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Tuesday 25th July 2017

Please spread the word, grounds are too wet for training tonight.

Bhutanese/Nepalese Community Meeting
Tuesday 25th July 6pm
Churchill Park (in the main building)
Come along for a chat and a saveloy in bread.

Needing players born 2004-2005 for under 13 or 2011-2012 for under 6's of any ability
to help fill our teams.
If you or anybody you know is interested please call Joe on 0409010316.

 Training is at Churchill Park on Tuesdays.
U/6 through to U/13 start at 4pm until 5pm and U/15 teams start at 5pm until 6pm. Unless other times have been organised with coaches.
Our Club Registrar Andrew Harper will still be present on these nights night from 4 - 4.30pm taking registrations and payments,he is the go to person for all enquiries.
Online registrations are open! Head to our registrations page for more information.

2017 U/6 - U/16 Competition Roster
Here is a link to the full years competition roster.

Call for Coaches
We always rely on our parent body to keep the club playing, and this is never more the case than with our coaches - if you have a child playing in our junior age groups, perhaps you might like to coach them? We provide everything you need! Have a chat to us at registrations!

Skills Acquisition Programme (SAP) 2017

SAP is a structured training programme for players, aged 9-12, which is designed to teach the four basic skills of soccer. NLE is now responsible for their own programme and we are pleased to have Alan Eadie as our coach.
If you have any children who would like to participate please contact Joe Crawford on 0409010316.

The National Football Curriculum

Our club is committed to coaching our players in line with the recently developed FFA National Football Curriculum. This means undertaking FFA/FFT coaching courses and adopting coaching methods designed to produce players with the skills they need.

You can read more here.

All players up to U11 play modified games which have been known until now as small sided football, this format has had a name change to MiniRoos. To coincide with this move there is a new FFA website to promote the game, and to explain to parents in particular what to expect from their child's participation in MiniRoos.

"Bearing in mind that the whole philosophy of MiniRoos is based on replicating street football, where children play without adults and referees, the major focus should be on letting the children play with minimal instruction and plenty of encouragement." - FFA

Team Sponsorship Packages

Team sponsorship packages are now available. If you are, or know, a business owner who would like their name seen by thousands of people each weekend then please put our name forward for potential sponsorship.
See our Sponsorship page for more details

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