To All Members
The Annual General Meeting of the St. Joseph’s Football & Netball Club will be held at the clubrooms on Tuesday the 8th of November, 2016, commencing at 7.30 p.m..…
All members are asked to make every effort to attend the meeting.
Confirmation of the 2015 AGM Minutes
-Annual Report of the President
-Annual Report of the Treasurer
Election of Office Bearers
Under the rules of Incorporation, nominations of candidates for election as office bearers must be made in writing and signed by two members and also the consent of the candidate.
The nomination must be delivered to the Secretary not less than 7 days prior to the date of the meeting.
If you wish to nominate a candidate for a position on the committee, please contact me.
Whilst a few members of 2016 committee are not seeking re election, there are a number of committee positions that we need to fill for season 2017 and we encourage all members to seriously consider
nominating so as to contribute to the ongoing success of the club, both on and off the field. If you are interested please contact me to discuss what roles are available.
You’ll be aware that we had made an application to COGG for funding to build The Wedge.
Tonight, COGG approved $35,000 to fund a master plan for Drew Reserve.
The master plan will detail a plan to deliver the long term facility needs for our club.
This is good long term planning and we look forward to working with the COGG to develop this plan.
Priority is still the provision of the required female facilities.
We will keep you updated.
Rob Threlfall BCom CPA GAICD
AQtive Business Consulting
Mob: 0418 485458
We are currently waiting on the last and final order of apparel that will be given out at the clubrooms. I have been advised by Ghanda that due to their relocation from Torquay to Barwon Terrace in Geelong they have a back log of printing. Therefore our order will be available Thursday 16th June. I will endeavour to dispatch at the clubrooms that evening.
Future orders: Club apparel can still be ordered online, however no time will be put on how long it will take. Ghanda cannot set the printer for a few items, therefore once they have 10 items and over they will then fill the orders. Future orders will incur a shipping fee and will be sent directly to the purchasers address. Please take time to fill out details correctly.
We have had 200 plus orders of clothing ordered this year, which does not include the last order. I think the garments look fantastic around the club. We have the best colours in the league.
I would like to acknowledge Ghanda for setting the web site for us at no charge. This is a huge saving to the club which operates on the generosity of sponsors and volunteers. Overall it has run very smoothly with some minor hiccups.
$5000 Shopping Voucher
Tickets – $50
Drawn Saturday 2nd July, 2016
Commencing at 7pm with Finger Food and Refreshments until 9pm…
SJFNC – Drew Reserve
Tickets from David Tudor or Peter Haintz
Look how much we have grown! St Joseph’s inaugural Youth Girls Football team has had their first win this morning against St Albans 1.7.13 to 5.5.35.
Great to have a chance to sing the song. Grovedale next week at home.
The St Joeys community wishes Alex Witherden a speedy recovery – Alex broke his leg on the weekend in a match for Geelong College. ! #TJW
St Joseph’s 19.12.126 def South Barwon 14.10.94
ANZAC DAY MEDAL ~ BEST ON GROUND
RHYS HULTGREN~ 100 SENIOR GAMES
St Joeys is fielding a Youth Girls footy team for the first time this year.
Training is on Wednesdays at 5pm at Walker Oval.
For further enquiries, please contact Sue Cormack on 0428 197789.
Download the new app now and stay up to date with all the latest St Josephs Football Junior information.
Install the TEAM APP on your smartphone or tablet and follow the St Joeys Junior Footy now!
Follow these steps …..
- Download Team App from the Apple or Google Play app store
- This is what the app looks like
- Sign up to Team App. You will be sent an email to confirm your registration
- Log into the App and search for St Joeys Junior Footy
TIP: when requesting access to relevant sections when you have downloaded the app please provide your name and the reason (ie: John Smith I have a son Under 14’s). This will ensure you are granted access quickly to your relevant sections.
Please note that this will become the point of communication for the club so it would be in your best interests to get on board. We will however continue with emails but this may fade out over time.
Should you have any questions please let us know,
St Josephs Junior Footy
Our club has made an application to Council for funding of $400,000 for the Wedge Project.
The Wedge will deliver much-needed facilities for females to reach their potential & achieve their sporting aims: Netball – AFL – Cricket.
The new building will primarily comprise change rooms and toilets for netballers, female footballers and participants of all ages with a disability, and be “wedged” between the two current football/cricket ovals and the two current netball courts. , and is summarised below.
Attached are the current designs.
The Council’s budget is due for release in May 2016. We expect to start construction at the end of the season, with the project complete for 2017.
Peter Murrihy (Kildare ward councillor) has been a champion of the project at Council, along with John Irvine (sport portfolio holder). Big thanks to Peter and John.
Also Christine Couzens (our State member) has fully supported us from Day 1. Thank you Christine.
Be an Ambassador, play your role
If you know a Councillor or you bump into one over the next month or so, be an Ambassador for the project!
- Tell them you are from Joeys
- Remind them that:
o We currently have no netball amenity at all
o We are 100% committed to female AFL football at the Club
o We will contribute $100k
If you have any questions, please ask one of our “Wedge Working Group” members – Rob Threlfall, Fiona Threlfall, Todd Devine, Andrew Kelly, Sue Cormack
Thanks for your help.
What is the Wedge?
A new building comprising:
- change rooms and toilets for netballers, female footballers and participants of all ages with a disability
- umpires change rooms for both female and male umpires
- office and storage areas to support the participants of the female sports
- public toilets for disabled, male and female
- spectator viewing and volunteer shelter
- time keepers box to cater for both ovals
- storage for NetSetGo and Auskick participants (girls also participate in Auskick)
- storage for St Peter’s Cricket Club
- future opportunity for female cricketers change facilities
What else is there to know?
Currently there is no netball amenity of any kind at our club, as concluded in the G21 and AFL Barwon regional strategy in April 2015.
- As we know, girls of all ages from both participating clubs currently change in out-dated public toilets or in an open marquee with insufficient privacy which is set up and packed up for each game. This is also used for office and admin purposes on game days.
- Our all-abilities team will also be able to use the new facility, and the facility will provide public toilets for all 24/7 – including disabled and ambulate persons.
Our club is establishing female AFL football teams for 2016, catering for 8-12 and 13-18 years age groups
- This is a key strategic initiative for the club. Sue Cormack is doing a great job leading the charge and numbers are increasing at every training session.
- All teams for both clubs will be able to fully utilise the new facility for change rooms and toilets, and also for medical care in case of injury.
- If you would like to know more about the female footy teams, please call Sue on 0428 197789.
Our club has always contributed funds to infrastructure developments at Drew and Walker Ovals, and this project is no exception with the club guaranteeing a commitment of $100,000 to the Wedge project
- Total project cost is $500,000, so the club is contributing 20%.
What are the broader community benefits?
- Improved access, equality and opportunities for females to participate in sport
- Encouragement of greater female participation in traditional (netball) and non-traditional sports (AFL and cricket), and flow-on health and wellbeing benefits
- Encouragement of greater participation of persons with a disability and flow-on health and wellbeing benefits
- Provision of access to facilities for local community groups and schools to utilise netball courts and rooms
- Establishment of toilets for use by netballers, female footballers and cricketers, members and the general public, including a disabled toilet (current toilets are very rarely used given their very poor state)
Saturday May 7th
The band is Test Pilot Molly, RK group are doing the meals again, casino tables, silent auction and main auction. Book your table online – TRYBOOKING.COM/190604
As you know we take the health and safety of our club members very seriously. As such we are adopting a new health and safety application named CareMonkey.
CareMonkey is an innovative controlled electronic medical form for clubs, schools and other groups with a duty of care. It’s an electronic version of the paper based forms you’re always having to fill in for registrations etc. It provides you the opportunity to update medical information promptly and accurately, while providing the club with instant access to the information provided by you in an emergency.
We will be using the CareMonkey app in the best interest of all Players whilst proactively fulfilling our duty of care and risk management responsibilities.
You can use a PC, laptop, tablet or smart-phone to enter the details including:
- emergency contacts
- medical contacts
- medical checklist including asthma, allergies, seizures, diabetes
- health and ambulance insurance details
- notes and other care instructions from you
- and more…
As a Player/Parent/Guardian, after you have completed your paper or online registration, we will send you an email invitation from the CareMonkey system inviting you to enter the details (or for your child) in an electronic medical form.
By following the instructions you can create your own free CareMonkey account and control all data about yourself, child/children. The CareMonkey system stores the information on your behalf and you will be able to grant (or deny) access to your data with our club. You are also able to share this data with any other group or individual you choose (eg. your child’s grandparents, their child-minder, their school, etc).
From the club’s perspective, this information will only be accessible by the coach, team manager or authorised officials looking after your child and will be managed in accordance with the Privacy Act.
You don’t need to do anything until you receive the email requesting the information. Please feel free to contact the club if you have any questions. You can also visit the CareMonkey website for more information: www.caremonkey.com
We appreciate your assistance.
• SENIOR PLAYERS PLEASE NOTE: GFL have added a new logo to playing shorts and it is a requirement that your last season shorts have the new sponsor. Please label them clearly with your name on cardboard and pin to the shorts and give to myself at the clubrooms next Wednesday evening from 4pm – 6.30pm. I will not be chasing up anyone if they are unable to accommodate. The GFL can fine if correct shorts are not worn.
• All apparel is to be ordered online from
IMPORTANT CUT OFF DATES AND APPROXIMATE DELIVERY DATES
FEBRUARY 29, 2016 – APPROX. DELIVERY MARCH 29, 2016
MARCH 28, 2016 – APPROX. DELIVERY. APRIL 25, 2016
APRIL 18, 2016 – APPROX. DELIVERY. MAY 16, 2016
DELIVERY WILL BE FOR COLLECTION AT THE CLUBROOMS – email will advise exact day.
• So far there will be two cut off dates for orders : March 28 and April 18, 2016. The later will give the opportunity for anyone to try on items on the Thursday training night. All apparel will come back to the clubrooms for collection. An email will advise when this is available.
• Please note that netball dresses and football shorts are on the website but they are not sourced by Ghanda clothing so please do not contact them directly as they are doing us a favour by having them on. Please contact Rae Hungerford on 0419 710503 for dresses and email firstname.lastname@example.org for football shorts should you need other information.
AFL Barwon have advised that the Junior Football season starts on the weekend of 9th April (last weekend of the school holidays).
Therefore, can anyone who is planning to play Junior Football with St Joeys this year and hasn’t registered to date please do so to enable us to finalise teams and coaches.
Registrations can be carried out on-line at:
If you are having any difficulty registering, please email email@example.com
Regular junior football updates are available on the St Joeys Junior Footy Team App.
Chapman Welsh Financial Services have produced this short clip which is well worth a look!
Friday 4th March at Highton Bowls Club (Cnr Roslyn & North Valley Rd, Highton)
6:00 – 6:30pm
cost – $20 per person includes game of bowls & BBQ.…
All welcome – players, coaches, support staff, committee …..
Notice in change rooms just add your name if attending, or see/text Rhys Hultgren or Katie Atkins by Monday 29th Feb.
Congratulations to Molly Jovic, captain and Emily Post, vice captain representing Victoria at the upcoming National Netball U/21 titles.
This year, all VNA and Club membership will be paid online via the MyNetball website via this link:
Details on how to register and pay membership are included here –
If you’ve played netball anywhere, anytime then you will have a VNA number (Participant ID) and it’s important not to set up another number, and to look up your current number per the instructions in the attachment.
Do not use this link for NetSetGO, this will have it’s own link which will be circulated soon.
Joeys VNA Step by Step Process 2016
- Clearances and transfers
If you played at another GFNL or BFNL club in 2015, we will need to apply for a clearance. If you played at another club (outside GFNL or BFNL), or played in a previous year at a GFNL or BFNL club, we only need to transfer but it’s important that we do this before you register. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will then let you know when you can register. Please do not register until we have submitted a transfer or received a clearance for you to play at Joeys.
- Already paid VNA in 2016
If you’ve already paid VNA for 2016, please email email@example.com and we will add your registration to Joeys. You will still need to login and pay your club membership via the Joeys MyNetball link above.
If you have any questions about registering or problems registering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior football players are now able to register for the 2016 football season online. Payment needs to be made via credit card as part of this online registration process. To start the registration process, please click on this link or copy and paste into your browser:
Online registration is available to anyone who last played with St Joseph’s or is playing football for the first time. If you are transferring to St Joseph’s from another club, a clearance will need to be arranged first to enable you to register. If this applies to you, please email email@example.com .
We encourage you to register online as early as possible as it is very helpful in finalising the right number of teams in all age groups with AFL Barwon for the 2016 season.
Alternatively, a registration day is being held at the St Joeys clubrooms, Drew Reserve, Herne Hill on Sunday 21st February from 10am -12pm. Club apparel will be available to try on and order on the day.
Finally, a reminder that U16s training is now being held on Monday and Wednesday nights 4.15pm-5.15pm at Carey Oval, St Joseph’s College and U14s training is being held on Tuesday and Thursday nights 4.30pm – 6.00pm at Noble St Oval, St Joseph’s College.
Contact Julie Fawkes for all apparel enquires – firstname.lastname@example.org or Mob: 0419 523 094
All Joeys apparel is now available through Ghanda – please visit the website below to browse the options and place and pay for your order.
U16 footy training commences Monday 8th February at 4.15pm at Carey Oval, St Joseph’s College.
Training will then be run Monday/Wednesday at Carey Oval. Please bring runners. U16A’s coach – Michael King
U14 footy training commences Thursday 4th February at 4.30pm at Noble St Oval, St Joseph’s College.
U14A’s coach – Russell Scott.
We are pleased to announce that Todd Devine will be coaching the Colts B team for season 2016.
Richie Allen, who has done a fantastic job with the Colts for the last 2 years, will be coaching the U/16 B team to continue his excellent work in developing our juniors.
It is great to have coaches of this quality involved in our junior program and we wish them well for the year.
The St Joseph’s Football & Netball Club Netball Division welcomes players for the 2016 winter season competing in:
· Juniors – 11s, 13s, 15s, and 17s age groups
· Seniors – 19s, A, B, C and D Grades
We will also be running a NetSetGo program in Term 2 for 5 to 8 year olds.
For more information, please contact email@example.com
Hello Joseph’s Football and Netball Club supporters.
After a very successful debut season, the Joeys Powerball raised $26,000 for the club, as well as paying out $26,000 to lucky winners!…
We have had several spots open up for the 2016 season. The way it works is, 50 people pay $20 per week (by organised bank transfer, or $1,040 in one hit) and receive a number between 1 – 50 each. That is your number for the whole of 2016. Every week we draw out the lucky number and the winner gets $500 transferred to them.
This is a really important fundraiser for the club, so your support is very much appreciated!
Please email Nick Maxwell – firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to fill one of the places.
The Club is excited to announce the appointment of Matt McCartin as Colts coach for season 2016.
Matt brings a wealth of experience to the role having been a highly decorated player and senior coach.
Further details in relation to training dates will be announced shortly.
Joeys welcomes Ryan, and the team from Whale Logistics, on board for 2016 as GOLD Sponsors. We hope you enjoy being part of Joeys!
We encourage our community to avail themselves of their services whenever possible! #TJW
All coaching positions (other than Sandi Dimasi) are declared vacant at the end of the season, and so we call for expressions of interest for both senior and junior netball coaches for the 2016 season.
For more information please see position descriptions or contact Sandi Dimasi by email or mobile 0417 559 070.
Coaching appointments will be selected by a panel, made up of Sandi Dimasi, Kirsten Hood, Shannyn Leach and myself for senior positions; Sandi Dimasi, Mel Mullen and myself for junior positions.
Please return (by email to email@example.com) your completed Expression of interest for coaching in 2016, by Monday 7 December 2015
Fiona Threlfall (Netball Director)
Scarlet Sinclair 13 Div 3 Best & Fairest
Maddie Antonac 13 Div 2 Runner/Up
Conique Pirrottina 15 Div 3 Runner-Up…
Meg Threlfall – Junior Umpire Encouragement award,
Emily Birthisel – Junior Coaches Encouragement Award
Congratulations also to Emma Brodie for her nomination for the Spirit of Spirt Award
And to our girls who represented the GFNL
13s – Isabella Drenovac, Laura Mrzljak and Lily Hayward
11s – Lily Kelly and Bianca Mrzljak
Well done girls!
Well done to all the players and their families.
Thank you to all the people who helped with the three Under 16 teams this year, in particular the coaches, team managers and assorted helpers who made this season an enjoyable and fruitful year. At our vote count we had a chance to celebrate all that we have achieved throughout the year.
Than you to ….
…Leon who spoke with obvious passion for the players he coached, a passion that comes from him and his love for the club.
…the King Boys who rightfully praised the lads for the immense improvement that they made with each game and who, were in turn thanked by the players not only for their guidance but for their connection to the club and how they can contribute to St. Joeys in the coming years.
… Dan and Hodgy who used their expertise to guide a very young group of players to become a very good team, and taught them how to conduct themselves as representatives of St. Joeys and how they can get the most out of what they have.
Together they have all laid a platform of success that our boys can follow.
Finally, a special thanks to Andy Heath, the Under 16’s coordinator who oversaw the year. His attention to detail ensured that all three teams represented our sporting club with distinction. Andy’s ability to grasp the big picture and break it down into achievable tasks ensured that each week we performed at our optimal level.
Congratulations to everyone involved. We had a wonderful conclusion to the year and look forward to seeing everyone back next year.
Kieran Whelan (Junior Football Coordinator)
Brett Jackman (251) and Dave KIng (250) have joined Mark Hill (258) and Dom Podbury (309) as the only players to play 250+senior games for Joeys.
Our Netball 200+ games players – Kirsten Hood, Shannyn Leach, Caz Morgan and Gabby Hammond, all attended our recent Netball Union.
Congratulations to Brett Jackman and Dave King who both played their 250th senior game for Joeys this month and to Gabby Hammond and Laura Bell for 200 and 50 games of netball respectively.
Congratulations to Donna, Jan and Fiona for their great organisation of last weekend’s 15 year Netball Reunion, all those who attended had a great afternoon. It was great to see our 200 game players in attendance.
The final squads for the Geelong Junior Football Interleague games against AFL Goldfields (Sunday July 5th at Hamlyn Park) & AFL Central Victoria (Epson Huntly Recreation Reserve on Sunday July 12th) have been announced.
CONGRATULATIONS TO –
U13’s – Sam Clohesy, Oscar Courtney, Will Maschio & Tikei Hiku
U14’s – Ryan Holroyd, Brad Edwards, Jack Mullen & Sam Hazelmann
U15’s – Ayden Gras, Liam Dumont, Samuel Torpey, Samuel Walsh, Xander Harrison & Zack Mongelli
U16’s – Tom McCartin
Congratulations to James Hickey and Tom Atkins who were both named in the Vic Country U19 preliminary squad for next month’s clash with the VAFA.
At half time of the ’12 o’clock’ game against Bell Park three year old Cooper Jamieson was presented with his first Joeys jumper from Joe Macula and the ‘2 o’clock’ boys! Coop is their biggest supporter! #TJW
I’m sure all who attended would agree that Saturday night’s SJF&NC/Carmody Foundation Gala Ball (June 13th) was a huge success – delicious food and great service from The RK GROUP, lots of auction items donated by our sponsors and supporters, great music from Test Pilot Molly and the Casino tables were a real hit!! Huge thank you to Brett Bentley, Janine Nicholls and Nick Maxwell and their team of helpers for organising the night – well done, it was s huge job!! Big thank you also to St Joseph’s College for the venue and support and our MC Tom King. #TJW
Photos curtesy of The RK Group
Congratulations Alex from all at Joeys.
Alex is one of 39 selected in a squad that will clash with the Vic Amateur Football Association’s team on July 11th.
We welcome our new sponsor Surfcoast Podiatry to our Joeys community. As part of their sponsorship they would like to offer all our members a 20% discount on an initial appointment.
The St Joeys/Morris Finance 2015 Grand Final Lunch will be held on THURSDAY OCTOBER 1st.
SJFNC will be holding a reunion of past netball players, coaches, committee and supporters in 2015. At this stage, we’re gathering contact details to set up a database. Please email Donna Cattanach on firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to receive more information about this event.
1. A reminder to all parents that if your son is not registered with the club they cannot play.
This year we have a record 8 Joeys boys on the Geelong Falcons list of 50 for the 2015 Season!! Congratulations and all the best for season 2015.
Tom Doedee, Alex Witherden, Pat Kelleher, Sean Holroyd, Jackson McLachlan, Tom Denning, Jack Quinn and Charles McCartin (Development Squad).
Congratulations to our Under 13 Div 2 Netball Team who won their Summer Season Grand Final beating St Marys 27 -21. Well done girls!
Please note that training for Under 14 footballers will now be on Monday and Wednesday nights from 4.30pm – 6.00pm starting from Monday 16th March.
Venue will be at our home ground – Drew Oval at Herne Hill Reserve.
Congratulations to our Joeys players who have made this list – Cameron Tudor, Daniel Measures, Tom Atkins, Daniel Gibbs, Kieren Paliouras, Brenton Rees, Brant Haintz and Ryan Williams. Good luck for season 2015! #TJW
Good luck to Joeys A Grade netball players Molly Jovic and Georgette Paatsch at the U/21 National Championship in Brisbane this week. Molly will be playing in the Victorian team and Georgette will be representing NT. #TJW
Thanks to those who have already registered. If not please do so by Thursday 12th March as teams will be generated over the following weekend.
If you could assist this process by checking that you have included your child’s school in their online details. Coaches will then be appointed and make contact with you regarding training, by the end of March.
Worth reading! #TJW
Authentic Autographs Events & Entertainment
St Joeys FNC are delighted to welcome on board for the 2015 season Stockdale and Leggo South Barwon Real Estate.
So, if you have any needs relating to Real Estate, please contact the team from Stockdale and Leggo South Barwon.
Portelli Painters & Decorators are high quality specialists in the painting industry. Their highly trained and experienced painters apply quality finishes that exceed the demands of commercial, residential and industrial builders and contracts, big or small. They guarantee all work and customer satisfaction. They are fully insured with public liability and all tradesmen have OHS white cards.
Contact Portelli Painting on …… 0393105093 email email@example.com
We welcome Portelli Painting to our Joeys community.
Training will commence at 4.15pm on Wednesday 4th Feb at Carey Oval. Training should conclude at 5.30pm. We hope to see as many of the players as possible at training however we do understand that at this time of the year, many of the players have other commitments.
We are happy to announce that Russell Scott has been appointed coach of the under 14 A’s team. Training will commence at 4.15pm on Tuesday 10th Feb at Carey Oval however this may change due to the availability of this oval. Any changes will be published on this website. Any parent help at training would be greatly appreciated.
This year AFL Barwon has introduced a new way of registering players. Parents have the opportunity to register players online. All football club members (any player who was registered last year) will receive an email early next week that will take you to the online registration form.
Alternatively parents and players can choose to attend our combined Little League, Junior Football and Junior Netball Registration Day on SUNDAY 22ND FEB at Drew Reserve from 10.00 – 3.00pm. Apparel will also be able to be ordered on this day. This option may be easier for families.
Over the last 3 months the team has done a power of work bringing in the recruits
required to go from Preliminary finalists to Premiers, as well as training and guiding
the players through the pre-season.
With this in mind, rather than putting our hand out for money, we have found an
innovative way to raise some whilst also having a bit of fun.
Nick Maxwell is running and launching Joey’s Powerball from the first week in
Each entrant pays $20 per week for the year (52 weeks) and in turn receives a number
from 1 to 50 that is their number for the year.
Every week there is a Powerball draw and 1 winner takes home $500 cash. There is no
limit to how many times you can win – it’s the luck of the draw.
All in all, this will help the club raise over $20,000.
All entrants will be set up with wire transfers to an account each week so we do not
have to chase people for their money (as you would imagine this would be very
The draw takes place Wednesday night during the pre-season and Thursday night during
All draws will be witnessed and an email will be sent to the group of 50 entrants
every Friday with the winner. The money will be transferred to their account as well.
The players have got behind this and have already contributed to over 20 places in
the draw. We need to fill the remaining 30 odd spots in the next week.
Please email Nick – firstname.lastname@example.org – if you wish to take part.
We are well underway with planning for 2015.
Thursday 5th Feb
U13’s – All
4.30 – 5.30pm
U15’s – All
5.30 – 6.30pm
Thursday 12th Feb
U13’s – All
4.30 – 5.30pm
U15’s – All
5.30 – 6.30pm
Thursday 19th Feb
U13’s – All
4.30 – 5.30pm
U15’s – All
5.30 – 6.30pm
Thursday 26th Feb
U13’s – All
4.30 – 5.30pm
U15’s – All
5.30 – 6.30pm
Thursday 5th March
U13’s – All
4.00 – 5.30pm
U15’s – All
5.15 – 6.45pm
Thursday 12th March
U13’s – All
4.00 – 5.30pm
U15’s – All
5.15 – 6.45pm
From Wednesday 18th March
13s Friday night teams
15s Friday night teams
From Thursday 19th March
13s Saturday teams
15s Saturday teams
Newtown & Chilwell 2.7.19
Goals: S Torpy 2, B Edwards, A Humphrey, P DeGrandi, J Mullen, X Harrison, O Lewry
Best: A Humphrey, C Dwyer, F Murray, X Harrison, S Torpy, S Walsh
Team Members: S Torpy, B Edwards, A Humphrey, P DeGrandi, J Mullen, X Harrison, O Lewry, C Dwyer, F Murray, S Walsh, J Clark, A Gras, M Witherden, B Jaska, L Antonac, Z Mongelli, L Dumont, A Knight, C Taylor, F Wilson, R Birthisel, H Keane, C Irwin, W Combridge
Click on flyers to enlarge!
Breaking News – We have recently been successful in obtaining a grant from the City which will allow us to provide additional shelters at our new netball courts. The SJFNC would again like to acknowledge the great support we receive from our ward councillor, Stretch Kontelj and the City of Greater Geelong.
Paul West Joins Baveras Brasserie
We are excited to announce that Paul West, local legend, formerly the face of the Gold Diggers Arms, has now joined the team at Baveras Brasserie, as restaurant manager.
The Club has recently received advice that we have been successful in our submissions for grant funds, to install a Safety Net behind the goals at the cemetery end of Drew Reserve.
Submissions to both AFL Barwon and Geelong Connected Communities were made and both have seen fit to offer $5,000 towards our project.
This will allow us to address a significant safety issue as well as assist with football training activities.