Belmont FC Grand Final Fixtures

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Belmont FC have two teams playing Grand Final fixtures on Saturday the 1st September.

Through a bit of good fortune, they are both at the same ground which allows us, the Belmont FC community to really get behind both teams and show our support.

Head down to Chapman Oval (Swansea) to see the All Age team kick off at 12:00pm and the U14’s kick off at 1:15pm.

The All Age team will be taking on Maryland Fletcher and will be out for revenge after Maryland Flecther won the Semi Final 3-2, while the U14’s will take on Seaham Bowthorne, a team which has only tasted defeat once this year and that was at the hands of our side in the Semi Final.

Good luck to both teams. We’d love the see a crowd of blue and gold in support of our teams for the Grand Final matches. Get down there and support your club. Let’s go Belmont FC!!!

A Message from the Manager

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This message is being passed on and is from Darren Jones, Manager Belmont FC U15’s.

First of all I would like to thank the parents,grandparents and supporters of Belmont FC under 15s for your on going support throughout the year.

To the boys Ashton,Will,Liam, Colby,Jamie,Jay,Harry,Jayden,Ryan,Hayden,Jordy,Jordan, Joel and Mitchell congratulations on a fantastic season of soccer,unlucky to go out 1 game short of a grand final but you should be proud of your effort throughout the year.

A very big thank you goes out to Richard Edwards,Jamie Lacey and Drew Trpevski for your supporting Coach/Mangers roles throughout the year. We will come back stronger and better for season 2019.

A big thank you to Belmont FC committee for your support throughout the year.

Preliminary Finals

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This coming Saturday we have two Belmont FC teams fighting in their Preliminary Finals for a place in their respective Grand Finals. Why not go along and cheer for them showing support for your club?

Game details are:
Saturday 25/08/18
12:00 Liles Oval 2 (Interdistrict A/Age O) Belmont FC Vs Tenambit Sharks FC
12:15 Corroba Oval (Interdistrict 15 D) Belmont FC Vs Nelson Bay

Good luck Belmont FC.

Grand Final Berth

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Congratulations to our U14’s who today won their Major Semi Final in a penalty shootout against a previously unbeaten opponent. The game was a hard fought contest and all of the Belmont FC players have a good reason to be proud of their effort today and look forward to the Grand Final in two weeks.

Our U15’s and All Age teams will fight for the opportunity to play a Grand Final next week in their Preliminary Final matches.

Photo is of Joshua Taylor from the U14’s saving one of the three penalties that he saved in the shootout.

 

 

 

Good Luck Belmont FC in the Semi Finals

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Belmont FC is proud to announce that we have 3 teams playing Semi Finals football this weekend. We encourage the whole community to get behind our club and support these teams in their matches.

The game information for each team is below:

Belmont U15/D v Cooks Hill at Stephenson Park (Mayfield) Kickoff 11:45am

Belmont All Age/O v Maryland Fletcher at Tredinnick Oval (Speers Point) Kickoff 12:00pm

Belmont U14/H v Seaham Bowthorne at CB Complex (Valentine) Kickoff 1:15pm.

We wish our teams the best of luck.

 

Final Series Locations

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As a bit of a ‘Heads Up’ we are providing the planned locations (subject to change) and times for the Final Series games for the Belmont FC teams that either will definitely or can still can potentially finish in the top 4. If your team has been left out and should be on the list, please let us know using the Feedback page http://belmontfc.com.au/feedback/

Let’s get behind the teams in the club that can make it and support them throughout the finals.

12/D
Semi Final – Saturday 18th August, 9:00am: Beryl Humble (Tenambit Sharks FC’s Home Ground)
Final – Saturday 25th August, 11:00am: A&D Lawrence (Thornton JFC’s Home Ground)
Grand Final – Saturday 1st September, 9:30am: Lochinvar Sports (Lochinvar Rovers FC’s Home Ground)

U14/H
Semi Final – Saturday 18th August, 1:15pm: Croudace Bay Complex (Valentine Eleebana FC’s Home Ground)
Final – Saturday 25th August, 1:15pm: Gregory Park (West Wallsend FC’s Home Ground)
Grand Final – Saturday 1st September, 1:15pm: Chapman Oval (Swansea FC’s Home Ground)

U15/D
Semi Final – Saturday 18th August, 12:15pm: Mayfield Jnr
Final – Saturday 25th August, 12:15pm: Stockton
Grand Final – TBA

AA/F
Semi Final – Saturday 18th August, 4:15pm: Maryland Fletcher
Final – Saturday 25th August, 4:15pm: Seaham Bowthorne
Grand Final – TBA
AA/O
Semi Final – Saturday 18th August, 12:00pm: Kahibah (Kahibah FC’s Home Ground)
Final – Saturday 25th August, 12:00pm: Liles Oval (Dudley FC’s Home Ground)
Grand Final – Saturday 1st September, 12:00pm: Chapman Oval (Swansea FC’s Home Ground)

O35/G
Semi Final – Friday 17th August, 6:00pm: Croudace Bay Complex (Valentine Eleebana FC’s Home Ground)
Final – Friday 24th August, 6:00pm: Liles Oval (Dudley FC’s Home Ground)
Grand Final – 31st August, 6;00pm: Chapman Oval (Swansea FC’s Home Ground)

Any good suggestions or ideas?

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With 2018 rapidly coming to an end we are getting in early for a huge 2019 football season. We would love to hear your comments or ideas on how things can be improved to make our club even stronger and more enjoyable for everyone involved. If you have any ideas or suggestions please send an email to the following email address:

suggestions@belmontfc.com.au

Your ideas and contributions are greatly appreciated, this email can be used all year round.

Regards

Belmont FC Committee

 

Newcastle Permanent Referee Recognition Week

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Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) in partnership with its Community Football partner, Newcastle Permanent Building Society (NPBS), will launch its annual Newcastle Permanent Referee Recognition Week for 2018 on Monday 23rd July until Sunday 29th July 2018.

Newcastle Permanent Referee Recognition Week provides the football community the chance to show its appreciation of referees and match officials and demonstrate they are valued members of the football family, respected by players, coaches and supporters alike.

Throughout the week, NNSWF and Newcastle Permanent will share stories of Referees and Match Officials from across the region, imparting their journeys and experiences of officiating in football.

NNSWF Community Football Manager, Pete Haynes points out that Match Officials are the backbone of football.

“Officiating a match is often a thankless task, however, match officials are vital to the game ensuring consistency, fair play and safety, in turn creating enjoyment for players, coaches and spectators,” Haynes said.

On match days, clubs are encouraged to thank each of the referees and show their appreciation of their hard work.

Newcastle Permanent CEO Terry Millett acknowledged the vital role of referees and match officials in community football.

“Through Newcastle Permanent Referee Recognition Week we are able to recognise the important role referees play in reinforcing a culture of fair play and respect on the field. We would like to thank all referees across Northern NSW for their contributions to the game and congratulate them on their commitment and dedication to the game.”

Further to Referee Recognition Week, Newcastle Permanent supports match officials through its Community Award Program where it recognises a Community Referee of the Month across each of Northern NSW Football’s seven Member Zones. This program also recognises volunteers and coaches, along with a Club of The Month.

Newcastle Permanent Referee Recognition Profiles:

> Joseph Majambere (North Coast Football)

> David Mason (NNSWF)

> Verity Norris (NNSWF)