Before proceeding with registration, it’s essential that you possess a valid Working with Children Check (WWCC). Please note that online registrations will only be considered complete upon uploading a valid WWCC and providing proof of age verification for Nippers.
For Nippers, the minimum age requirement is 5 years old by the 31st of December 2023, and registration must be done under a family membership.
Nipper Family Registrations for the 2023/24 season will be open from September 1st to December 1st, 2023.
All other memberships do not have a close date.
Your membership is all-inclusive and we have so much on offer for all ages. Please be aware that our organisation operates primarily with volunteers. By registering at MMLSC, you acknowledge the expectation to volunteer in some capacity within the club.
For general enquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please follow the Membership Guide to assist you throughout the process.
NEW MEMBERS – HOW TO JOIN?
STEP 1. Working With Children Check – Ensure that all adults joining (18+) hold a current Working With Children Check Card and have nominated MMLSC and LSV as organisations. Once received or if you already hold a valid WWCC – Upload a copy of your WWCC.
STEP 3. For Nippers Only: Send Proof of Age (Birth Certificate or Passport) to email@example.com
CURRENT MEMBERS – HOW TO RENEW?
STEP 1. Working With Children Check – Ensure that all adults joining (18+) hold a current Working With Children Check Card and have nominated MMLSC and LSV as organisations.
STEP 2. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if your contact details have recently changed.
Active Role Requirement – Renewing Members
At MMLSC, we believe in shared responsibility and teamwork. Our active role requirement asks that each member, or at least one family member, nominate a role within the club they’d like to contribute to. We recognise that our members have bustling schedules, and as the saying goes, many hands make light work.
This isn’t about clocking volunteer hours. We get it – families often juggle multiple commitments with their children participating in various sports. Instead, this requirement is in place to ensure a diverse set of hands pitching in, preventing the same families from shouldering the load every time.