Jumping Jai in National Final

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One of Belmont FC U17/1 players is currently in Melbourne representing NSW in Trampolining at the 2018 Australian Gymnastics Championships.

Jai Starrett competed in the Junior Men’s Preliminary Competition last night and of the 27 competitors in that division, Jai is one of the 10 that have moved through to the Final’s which will be held tonight at the Hisense Arena.

Belmont FC wishes Jai the best of luck in the Final of the competition tonight. The Finals will be streamed live from 6:00pm on these sites: Fox Sports and OVO

The footage below is of Jai’s voluntary routine in last night’s preliminary competition.

Championship banner image from http://ausgymnasticschamps.com.au/
Video is amateur footage

More Volunteers Needed

Belmont FC runs completely through people giving up some spare time and helping out wherever possible. There are a number of positions within the club that still need to be filled. Some positions can be done from home whilst others require your attendance at the ground.

If you have any time that you can spare, we can find a way for you to help. Please contact the Belmont FC Committee if you are able to help us out and make the club better for the kids and the community.

Please take a look at what positions are available and see what suits you the most. Belmont FC Club Structure

Belmont Football Club Inc is seeking a Canteen Manager

The position is open for a Canteen Manager to work every Saturday morning during football season junior home games.

It is preferable but not essential that applicants have:

  • Proven ability to work with a range of people and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a team situation.
  • A working knowledge with Safe Food Handling.
  • Ability to run a canteen.
  • Supervise volunteers in a warm and professional manner
  • Relate in a warm and professional manner with patrons.

Current Working with Children Check is necessary.

Small remuneration provided for mature and dedicated volunteer.

Option to team up with a buddy to share the workload. Applicants do not need to be club members. Friends or relatives are welcome to apply so please let them know.

For further detail please contact Joanne Green 0410 477 360 or Jade Hislop 0411 323 159.

Applications by April 23, 2018.

Please forward applications to: belmontfc@macquariefootball.net.au

Well Wishes for Life Member

Belmont FC would like to send thoughts and best wishes to one of our life members, Wayne Parkes who underwent open heart surgery yesterday. We would like to wish him and his wife Margaret all the best and hope that the recovery is speedy.

Belmont FC and the wider community would like Wayne to know that we are thinking of him at this time.

Photo taken from Facebook

Club Referee’s Required

 

Throughout the season there will be games (and in some cases full days of games) in which referees are not supplied by the association, this is where Club Referees are required to step in. By taking on a role as a Club Referee, not only would you be helping your local club out and ensuring that our teams get to play each weekend but you get paid for it as well.

If you are interested in being a Club Referee or would like more information, please contact Jade on 0411 323 159 or email her at ssfgameleaders@belmontfc.com.au

There are still some opportunities for Small Sided Referees. If you are interested in doing this, please contact Jade as listed above.

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New outdoor covered viewing area

Take a look at our new outdoor covered viewing area, all ready for the 2018 season.

The Belmont FC Committee 2018 would like to thank previous committee members and volunteers for their hard work and expertise in completing this fantastic addition to the club.

New Look Committee

As we wave goodbye to season 2017 and look towards season 2018 we would like to thank those who have volunteered their time throughout the past season.

Richard Watkins in particular deserves a special thank you having been President for the last 5 years. More about Richard can be found HERE. We wish Richard all the best in his future endeavors and hope he still finds the time to drop in at the club to catch up.

A club such as ours can only run when the community dedicates time and effort to make it work. Our family friendly club has a proud history and tradition of helping each other out and this is to continue with the volunteers that have accepted roles on the committee for season 2018.

Belmont FC welcomes our new President, Darren Hughes and Vice President, Graham Nuss as well as welcoming back Kathryn O’Neil as Treasurer and Joanne Green as Secretary and Registrar and thanks them for taking on major roles within the club.

The club is still looking for additional volunteers including someone to take on fundraising. If you would like to help the club out in any way at all, please let us know.

Urgent Meeting

Due to the failure of this years AGM, Belmont FC is holding an emergency meeting, Monday 9th October, 6:30pm, clubhouse.

To stop the club folding we need volunteers to keep Belmont FC an independent club. At the moment Belmont FC only has a Treasurer, Secretary-part time, registrar, committee members, small sided co-ordinator and a canteen manager.

The above is NOT ENOUGH to keep our club running.

To Keep Belmont FC we need your presence at this meeting to elect a President, Vice President, someone to share the Secretary role, Social Media Administrator and many small roles.

If none of the above can be filled we have no choice but to hand Belmont FC into Macquarie Football’s hands, to find a President and Vice President from other clubs, this would be a shame after Belmont FC being independent for over 50 years.

The club is in it’s members hands, we hope you can step up and join us at the meeting and volunteer your time, like many have before you.

Volunteers URGENTLY Needed

Parents and Players,

Thank you for a great season this year and congratulations to those teams that made it into the final rounds. It is always a pleasure watching the club grow and to see new or familiar faces throughout the soccer season.

Although, we wish we were writing to you all to end the season on a positive note, this is not the case.

Belmont FC has been a great community organisation for over 50 years, bringing communities together and growing as a club. It is quite disappointing to think that 2017 could potentially be the last season for Belmont FC.

As everyone is aware, we sent various emails in regards to the AGM meeting that commenced on Monday the 18th of September 2017. This meeting required ALL coaches, managers and parents of the club to attend. The purpose of the AGM is to reflect on the great year we have had and to discuss the future of the club. This year, as you are all aware. Richard Watkins and Julie Hicks, have stepped down from their duties to pass on the responsibilities to other members of the community. They have worked tirelessly for 5 years to keep the club going and growing, but unfortunately must move on eventually.

This required other members of the community to step in and volunteer for the positions available.

EVERY YEAR we struggle to gain volunteers, although it does benefit your children, it is quite sad to see no one showing a helping hand. We do appreciate those that do step forward, you know who you are and we thank you.

For the 2018 season we have no PRESIDENT, OR VICE PRESIDENT. These are vital positions to fill, otherwise you will have to find another club for next year. There are all different roles that are needed to be filled.

We are extremely disappointed in the insignificant numbers of participants at this year’s AGM.

So we are calling out for everyone to go to our special meeting that’s been called for the

9th OCTOBER AT 6.30PM AT BELMONT FC CLUB HOUSE.

Thank you for the 2017 season.

Belmont FC Committee

Goalkeeper of the Year

In our Presentation Day yesterday, Hayden Jones, one of our U14 players was awarded the Wayne Rose Trophy which is our award for the clubs Goalkeeper of the Year.

Hayden did a sensational job this season as goalkeeper as he has done in previous years. Hayden has shown great dedication to his football, his team and also his club and this is proven every week at training and in every game.

Hayden has gone very close to receiving this prestigious award previously, so it was a proud moment for both him and the club for him to be selected as the recipient of the award this year. Hayden was also the recipient of his 10 Years Service Award at the Presentation Day which shows his outstanding commitment to the club.