2018 / 2019 Membership &  Playing Fees

We provide our members and players with the best value for money possible.  Unfortunately other sources of income are limited, so we charge fees to help cover the Club's costs.

Payment of Fees

Bluebirds adopts the 'no pay, no play' policy.  An invoice will be generated within 2 weeks of you registering, which will be payable immediately.

While we prefer that you pay your fees in one lump sum, you can speak to the committee Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer or President about paying by instalments.  One of the committee members is generally at all training sessions and at Gilbert Park for most of our game days during the softball season.  We want as many people as possible involved with Bluebirds.

Payments can be made by electronically, by credit card or cheque.   We prefer to avoid cash.  Please note your surname or invoice number on bank transfers.  Cheques should be handed to the Treasurer or Assistant Treasurer whom can also provide a receipt. 

  • * All players will be charged the full member fee.
  • * Bluebirds Playing Fees are capped at $130 per family (a family is regarded as two immediate adult family members plus any children under 18 years of age at 31 December).
  • * Tee ballers who also play Under 12's will pay the Under 12's fee only
Bluebirds Playing Fees

The bluebirds playing fees is for items that Bluebirds require throughout the season - this includes balls, scorebooks, line-up books, trophies and go towards paying for scoring and coaches courses for our volunteers.  The Bluebirds playing fees are capped at $130 per family.

Membership Fee

Membership fees ($20 for players) contribute to administrative costs.  In exchange for players and officials, it will include the full cost to attend the end of season presentation night.  Social members will receive a discount to this function.  Members aged 15 years and over also have the right to vote at general meetings.  We encourage our parents, partners, family members and friends to become members to take advantage of the savings associated with membership.

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