Apologies for no update for a couple of weeks, but I went away on holiday!!! Here is a run down of news from the clubs.
Rockingham City is currently asking for expressions of interest from qualified and preferably Football experienced Sports Trainers for 2021 season. This is a paid role and anyone interested should contact Lisa, the club president President@rcfc.net.au
Rockingham City FC have partnered with Elite Football Pathway to establish RockyRoos, an Elite youth development program that will run every Saturday for 8 weeks inline with school term at SafeRad Stadium, Lark Hill. Suitable for ages 5-8 and 9-12 years.Places are strictly limited, with discounts available to registered RCFC MinRoos! Term 2 dates have just dropped ( Sat 1st May – Sat 19th June) so get in fast.Registration and payment link here –https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/147724496947
Finally, we would like to wish Mike Tetlow a speedy recovery as he was taken ill during the clubs 1-1 draw against Armadale. Best wishes Mike from us here.
Mandurah City are still on the look out for players for their under 14 squad. For more information, please email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meanwhile the ladies metro team are in need of a goal keeper. Training is on Wednesdays 6.30-8pm so please head on down and ask to speak to Jayne Jeffery.
Port Kennedy still would like to remind everyone that they have a temporary home at the Hockey centre at Lark Hill.
Warnbro Strikers are happy to announce new lights have been installed at their home ground. These lights are unto competition standard and everyone has complimented the club in gaining these new lights.
Another club who have temporarily moved are Baldivis Districts.
With the high use that Tranby oval receives the ground has deteriated to the point in some areas where it is unusable for games. Council and the school are currently working to repair the playing surface and hopefully will be ready for next season. Before our move to a permanent ground in season 2023 (details to be provided once official). For this year we have secured use of Shoalwater Oval for all U8 and up games. The 3 rounds of home games for Hubs will still be at Tranby as we can mark pitches around the degraded areas. Training will continue at Tranby and Paul Garnett. At Shoalwater we access to the northern pitch for U13 U14 and womens teams and the South east corner for U8-12. We have access to toilets but not club house or change rooms. Shoalwater FC currently have two Veterans teams and will be using the pitch next to the clubhouse. I just ask everyone to be respectful of the facility and the other club as we will be sharing facilities for the season and they have supported of our use of the oval to allow us to have safe place to play.
Baldivis juniors are in need of a coupe of players for their under 13’s team and under 18’s team. Please contact the club on their Facebook page to register your interest and for more information.
Murray District Rangers require coaches for teams who play in the Peel Junior Soccer Association. Without coaches, players are unable to play so if you can spare some time, please contact the club
Finally, we would like to congratulate Belinda from the Peel Regional Football Council on her recent wedding to Francesco. Many congratulations to you both!