Uniform & Singlet Number Policy

All players are required to wear the Laurimar Thunder shorts and singlet at every game.
The Uniform Coordinator will assign new players a unique singlet number that does not conflict with other players in the same age group. Number requests can be made but will ONLY be accommodated if there isn’t a conflict in the player’s age group.

If families wish to hand down singlets to other family members, they must contact the Uniform Coordinator to confirm that the number is not in use. If there is a conflict in the current or subsequent seasons with an existing player with the same number, a new singlet must be purchased. Where possible, the club will try and accommodate families by reserving an older sibling’s singlet number for younger siblings. If you have a younger sibling who will be playing in the following season, contact the Uniform Coordinator to reserve a singlet number. It will only be reserved if its available and held for the season prior to commencement of playing. Any requests for reserving a singlet number must be put in writing and sent to registrations@laurimarthunder.com.au.

If a player leaves the club or takes a leave of absence, the number will be retained for two seasons. Once this time lapses, the number will be relinquished and made available to new players. Returning players must contact the Uniform Coordinator to confirm whether they can continue to wear the same number. If there is a conflict in the current or subsequent seasons with an existing player with the same number, the returned player must purchase a new singlet.

If an existing player purchases a new uniform and their number conflicts with other players in the same age group, the Uniform Coordinator will change the singlet number to a unique number within that player’s age group to remove number duplication.

The LTBC does not have a second-hand uniform policy. Old singlets and shorts can be returned to the club and will be used as loan items for newly registered players.