Terms & Conditions
MALTA RUGBY LEAGUE MRL INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS These terms and conditions should be read in conjunction with Malta Rugby League’s (MRL) Code of Conduct, Statute and Annexes (as amended from time to time) for which copies are available at www.maltarugbyleague.com or upon email request from the Organisations General Manager. Email: email@example.com Phone: +61 (0)418608140 In entering information into the MRL’s registration form (the Information), the Club and the Player (or if the Player is under 18 years of age at the time of registration, that Player’s parent or legal guardian) agree: 1. The Information is true, correct and accurate. 2. The Information will be held on an international database maintained by the MRL. 3. The Information may be used and disclosed by the MRL and the Leagues in accordance with and for the purposes specified in the MRL’s Statute and Annexes (as amended from time to time), including (without limitation) processing registrations, organising, staging and conducting Competitions and providing Rugby League related information and offers from the MRL and Rugby League Administrators. 4. The Player has voluntarily provided, in the registration process, true and correct copies of legal documentation relating to their Maltese heritage. This information assists the MRL and Rugby League Administrators to ensure it maintains a roster of legitimate players eligible to represent Malta in International Rugby League. 5. To comply with and abide by the policies of the Malta Rugby League, European Rugby League (ERL), International Rugby League (IRL), Australian Rugby League Commission, National Rugby League (NRL), The Rugby Football League (RFL) and the Leagues including but not limited to the NRL Rules, Code of Conduct, Laws of the Game, Rugby League Laws of Mini Footy and Mod League, Safe Play Code, NRL Member Protection Policy, National Clearance and Permits Policy, Leagues Anti-Doping Policy, competition rules and by-laws of the League in which the Player participates and any associated rules (together, the Rules), copies of which are available upon request from the appropriate representative or at the following websites respectively: www.maltarugbyleague.com, https://europeanrugbyleague.com/, https://intrl.sport/, www.nrl.com, www.therfl.co.uk. www.playrugbyleague.com LIABILITY AND RISK 6. Rugby League is a body contact sport which carries a risk of personal injury. Rugby League Administrators take steps to reduce the risk of serious injury, but it is not possible to eliminate risk in a sport involving forceful body contact such as Rugby League. By signing this registration form, the Player and/or his parent or legal guardian voluntarily assume the risks associated with participating in Rugby League and acknowledge this warning of the injury risks involved. 7. Whilst some limited statutory insurance cover is available in some States for some participants in Rugby League who suffer particular injuries, the Civil Liability Act in each State (the Acts) limit the liability of Rugby League Administrators (including their volunteers, members, employees and officials) from civil litigation arising out of injuries suffered whilst playing, or training for, Rugby League. 8. The Leagues are required by the Acts to warn Players and/or their legal guardians and other persons involved in the game of Rugby League of the not insignificant risks of injury involved in playing Rugby League, which the Leagues hereby do. INDEMNITY AND COMPLIANCE 9. It is a condition of membership and/or registration with the Leagues that the Player and/or his parent or legal guardian acknowledges: (a) That membership and/or registration of the Player is conditional on continued observance of and compliance by the Player with the Rules; (b) That the Player will accept the decisions and directions of Rugby League Administrators made in accordance with the Rules; (c) That the Player will not, during the currency of his membership and/or registration or at any time thereafter (should he cease to be a member and/or registered) make any claim against Rugby League Administrators including the Player’s Club for damages in negligence or contract related to any alleged act or omission of Rugby League Administrators (including their members, volunteers, officials or employees) for injury arising out of any game or training program under the control or supervision of Rugby League Administrators; (d) That, in the event of any person commencing any proceedings against the Player for any assault, breach of the Rules or negligence causing injury, the Player hereby indemnifies the Rugby League Administrators (including their members, officials and employees) against any order of the Court including any award for damages, legal costs and disbursements which may be awarded or ordered against any of them; (e) That the indemnity and waiver provided by the Player herein may be pleaded in bar to any such proceedings aforesaid; (f) If the Player shall suffer any injury including death whilst engaged in training or playing Rugby League and a cause of injury was the negligence, trespass, assault or a breach of other obligations imposed by laws or any of their persons or bodies named in the Rules, then the liability of Rugby League Administrators (including their members, volunteers, officials and employees) is limited to the extent of any insurance policy held by a Rugby League Administrator, and the amount which such insurer is liable to pay under the policy, and/or the amount of insurance payable by any applicable statutory insurance schemes; and (g) The Player agrees that this limitation of liability applies even if he ceases to be a member of a League or Club.