This is a reminder that both grounds 1 and 2 are closed and not to be used for training. Please train on the RooBall field or on the training areas outside the fence on Park Street side of the ground.
While the Ryegrass program is still in place, we have the all clear to play our games on Ground 2. Training is to continue to only be in the areas outside the fence of Grounds 1 and 2.
During game days, please do not warm up on Ground 1, the only reason anyone should be on Ground 1 is to collect a ball that has strayed from the game on Ground 2.
Below is a listing of all teams. Each team name is a link to that teams’ fixtures for the season of 2019. There are additional screens that can be navigated from within the site including results for competition teams (I.E. U12 and above).
Some teams may have already found their draws online, and as such, it is important that you follow Macquarie Football’s request of “Check your draws!!!!!!!!!!!!!” as there “may have been some changes to game times over the last week. This has been mostly due to some teams withdrawing from competitions.
The draw on SportsTG is always the correct version. At all times SportsTG should be checked by everyone for the most up to date match information.”
If you would like to navigate through possible competitions and additional information, please use the following point as a starting reference.
The grounds are now closed due to the Ryegrass Program. Please ensure that you do NOT train inside of the fence surrounding grounds 1 and 2.
Training can be done on the RooBall field or any surrounding area but please keep in mind that many others will also be training so everyone needs to share.
If you train somewhere other than at Marks Oval, be sure to contact the Committee beforehand and advise of the location and time of your training session.
A community club such as ours needs helpers. There are only a small number of people volunteering their time to be on the committee and there are many jobs to do.
Yesterday, not one person outside of the committee volunteered their time to assist in setting up the grounds. That’s 22 goals set up plus cones, flags and poles put out as well as putting up signage, witches hats and ensuring there was paper in the toilets etc.
In the BBQ pit we had just two people spend the whole day providing food for all so a big thank you to Steve Veale and Rohan Nuss for their effort.
There is a lot of work that gets done throughout the day and we really need people putting their hand up and helping out whenever they can. There will be a roster drawn up allocating teams to roles each week but that doesn’t mean other assistance isn’t appreciated.
For Sunday’s trial games, we will require assistance setting up the fields, help in the BBQ Pit and also in the Canteen for the day.
If you are able to help, please let us know.
Northern NSW Football will be hosting NSW Office of Sport to conduct a Child Safe Sport Workshop in Speers Point.
Sport and recreation clubs have a responsibility to protect children from harm and abuse.
The Child Safe Sport workshop helps to create awareness on how clubs can create safer environments for children and young people.
Developed using materials from the Office of the Children’s Guardian the Child Safe Sport Workshop is designed for club committees, administrators and volunteers, the workshop will cover:
· Practical ways clubs can be more child safe
· Child safety policy, procedures and recruitment
· Creating a child safe culture
· Why listening to and involving children is important
· The Working with Children Check
· Link to useful resources, templates and tools.
- Starts: 09/04/2019 – 6:00pm
- Ends: 09/04/2019 – 9:00pm
Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility
13 Park Rd SPEERS POINT NSW 2284
Places are still available.
Belmont FC is looking for an individual or a group of people that are willing to organise a fundraiser for McGrath Foundation.
If you would like to be involved, please either send a message via Facebook or email email@example.com