North West Schools Sports Association (NWSSA) advises that due to the COVID-19 outbreak and ‘social distancing strategy’, all programs for Terms 1 and 2 are now cancelled.
The health and wellbeing of everyone involved is paramount and is at the heart of this decision. We recognise the pressures that schools are currently experiencing and supporting staff and students is our highest priority.
If you have not yet paid your player/team levy for these events, please do not do so.
If you have paid your team levy, please complete the information below and email to email@example.com to receive a refund. Please note that refunds will be processed by, so all information requested below needs to be completed. If you have purchased apparel, please deduct this amount from your refund request.
If you have any further queries regarding the refund process, please contact us on the below details:
Sports Coordination Officer
Ph: 6755 5042
Sports Coordination Support Officer
Ph: 6755 5041
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