Sign On & Registrations 2019

All registrations are completed online via Rugby Link

3 to 5 year olds – Bullsharks Puppies Program

Girls Only Touch 7s – U6 to U17
Under 6 to Under 12 year olds play as Bullsharks in the BJRU Competition

Under 13+ play as the UQ Junior Heavies and play in the BJRU Competition

Click here to register online.




Parents need to complete all registrations online via the below link BEFORE bringing in players to be sized up for your uniform on the ‘uniform / sign on’ days.   Please bring in your proof of payment with you. Your child will not be allowed to train if you have not registered with the club.  This is an RA, QRU, BJRU, insurance and player welfare requirement.

Registrations are now open on Rugbylink

All our registrations are on-line this year through Rugbylink 

You will need to bring a copy of your registration confirmation email to collect your training gear

Please email the with any questions on registering with UQ Junior Bullsharks or the UQ Junior Heavies or contact the club on 0431 254 482.

 Late registrations: FAQ’s

  1. All players register on line with the above link.  This will make sure your child has a spot in their team/age group and is allocated.  Registrations on site at the clubhouse will not be available.  Players need to register online beforehand to make the process streamlined and to avoid delays.  If you have an issue or require registration assistance then please contact the club.

  2. Uniforms – to collect, parents will need to attend the clubhouse on one of the ‘uniform’ days along with proof of payment (and identification if new to the club).  Uniform days are Thursday 8th February 4pm to 7pm and Sunday 11th February from 2pm to 5pm at the clubhouse.

  3. In the interim please make sure players have shoes, mouthguard, headgear, etc so you are not running around at the last minute and ready to train / meet with team after the training kit has been distributed.

  4. Players are not permitted to train if they have not registered with the club.  There are too many insurance issues surrounding this to risk not doing things properly.  Please dont put our kids at risk by letting this happen

PDF 2-24Click here to download our 2017 FAQ Document