This weeks review from around the grounds
First off, we would like to wish all our readers and followers a very happy new year and hope to see you soon at a ground near you soon.
We start our review with an article on the Football West website, which has some local interest for us. As part of Football West’s partnership with Belt Up, Murray District Ranger’s Liaison Officer, Donna Duxbury, shared her experience in which she says, the use of a seat belt saved her life in a car crash. You can read all about her experience on the Football West Website https://footballwest.com.au/belt-up-donnas-dice-with-death/
Port Kennedy have been busy this week. Firstly, they announced that planning permission had gone in to the local council to re-develop their home ground. The development includes 5 new pitches, lights, new and additional car parking. Additionally, due to a high number of players, they are looking out for new coaches for the 2021 season. Coaches required are for both junior and senior teams within the club. For more information, you can contact the club on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PortKennedySoccerClub or their website http://www.pksc.org.au
Mandurah City are on the look out for a goalkeeper to play in their NPL under 13’s team. If you think you can be that player, please email John Baird who is the clubs TD email@example.com