See below for updates,
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The clubhouse is finally starting to take shape and
while there is still plenty to do, we’d like to
acknowledge the generosity of the following people
who have helped us so far.
P and B Woodcock Building
Neil’s Narrow Dig Excavations
Jerry Raftery Plumbing
Beaumont Concrete Pumping
Long Jetty Mobility Centre
Gary Andrews Concreting
LET’S HELP KATE
One of our favourite football
family members Kate McCartin
is currently facing the greatest
challenge of all and is battling lymphoma. A
band of special friends is going to man the BBQ
this Saturday to raise some funds to help her
in her fight.
We’ll be accepting donations too so if you buy
a sausage sandwich or drop a coin in the
bucket we’d be very grateful indeed.
The brand new playing strip has arrived and is
being distributed to all teams. We’d like to thank
the terrific sponsors that enabled us to purchase
You will see their logos on every shirt so please
remember who they are and support them
whenever you can.
NEW STRIP ARRIVES
OUR FANTASTIC SUPPORTERS
Our annual Under 8 Gala day is scheduled for the
Applications are now open to all CCF and FNSW
affiliated teams to join us in a fun day of football.
Click HERE to visit the gala day web page where you
will find an on-line application form and a link to
Click HERE for our invitation.
GALA DAY 2013
CANTEEN AND FIELD DRESSING
COUNTRYNET FOOTBALL LEAGUE
In grade football this week we enjoyed a clean
sweep taking all 9 points from a very tough Sharks
squad. Neither 3rds, reserves or 1sts had their own
way however and Avoca made sure we earned every
one of them. Particularly encouraging were 1sts
who scored two late goals to go on to win 3-2.
We’re at Budgewoi next week. Good luck boys.
MATTY SIMON RETURNS!
Our very own Matty Simon rejoins the Mariners!
As reported by the Mariners “MUCH-LOVED marksman Matt Simon, 27, will re-
join Central Coast Mariners for season nine of the Hyundai A-League after
today signing a one-season deal with the Club.
No stranger to Central Coast supporters, Simon left the Mariners in January
2012 for K-League Classic side Chunnam Dragons. However, an unfortunate
string of injuries throughout his time in Korea Republic ended in him agreeing
a mutual release from the ‘Dragons’ earlier this year.
Eager to return to his brilliant, match-winning best, Simon has opted to
return to the familiar surrounds of the Central Coast under the guidance of
Graham Arnold and his astute staff.”
we missed you!
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