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EAST GOSFORDRAMS F.C.ANNUAL GOLF DAY2015Help support the East Gosford Rams Football ClubWhere: Gosford Golf ClubWhen: Monday 17thAugust 2015Time: 8.00am shotgun startCost: $65aplayer for a great day of golf includingbreakfastbeforetee off, entry intoGolf Trivia,playerswelcome packand lunch at the presentation,held back at the RamsHQ To reserve your spot, donate aprize, secure a hole sponsorship or for any further information please contact Lee Cowell firstname.lastname@example.org or 0427 922 019All payments can be made by visa, cheque or cashOur major partner for the day is Booths Motor GroupOur appreciation to David Booth and his team for the support
Three local sports ovals set for $410k worth of upgrades. Gosford City Council and Central Coast Football will spend $410,000 over the next two years to improve the playing surfaces at three major, local sports ovals. Council has agreed to match the $205,000 commitment by Central Coast Football to upgrade the drainage systems at James Browne Oval in Woy Woy, Hylton Moore Park in East Gosford and Gavenlock Oval in Narara. Gosford City Mayor Lawrie McKinna said it was very pleasing to see Council teaming up with Central Coast Football again to deliver better recreational and sporting facilities."Just like we did at Kincumber's Frost Reserve last year, our staff and Central Coast Football will work closely together over the next two years to install new drainage systems at these three popular ovals," Mayor McKinna said. "At this stage, we anticipate that the upgrades at James Browne Oval and Hylton Moore Park could be completed by the end of next summer. "Work at Gavenlock Oval should be finished by the end of summer in 2017. "Not only will players notice a big improvement to the playing surfaces, but the new drainage systems will also mean players are back on the grounds quicker after wet weather. "I'm very proud that Council will match Central Coast Football's tremendous commitment of $205,000 towards these upgrades, which will especially benefit the football community here on the Central Coast," he said. Central Coast Football's General Manager Darren Sprod said he was excited by the opportunity to partner with Gosford City Council to invest in more local playing fields. "Our sport continues to grow and it is important that we work with Council to deliver better playing surfaces across the region," Mr Sprod said. "The $205,000 we are providing is not only a vital investment in the community's recreational facilities, but will also support the thousands of locals that play football on weekends by ensuring less down time during the wet winter months. "I would like to thank Council for its vision with these upgrades as well as working collaboratively to help our sport," he said.
Smiles all round this week but its not over yet!Men: With the spectre of relegation in the air and the disappointment from last round lingering, the boys found another gear and had a monumental win at James Browne Oval today. Southern might have thought they had this one in the bag but they didn’t count on the Rams’ spirit. We’ve snuck past Avoca to take us out of the relegation zone for the moment but we have an arguably tougher run home than the Sharks so anything could happen. Be strong boys!Women: We upset the Killarney applecart today with a really beaut win in 1st grade. The more highly fancied Terriers were no match for the tenacious Rams who only had 6 fresh players and 5 backing up from the previous game. Ressies soldiered on their merry winning way too so a six point bag was very sweet today. Well done girls.Next Round Sunday 2nd AugustThe Boys are AWAY to KillarneyThe girls are HOME V Gosford
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