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Team Announcements Please note. A number of factors can influence the final grading of each team (A, B, C and D and North and South divisions) Clubs nominate teams and grades then Central Coast Football have to form viable competitions for every age group. For this reason, the grades and divisions we nominate are not yet set in stone.
Australia Cup Our Men’s Premier League entered the pretigious Australia Cup Tournament and following two sensational games, have come to the end of our campaign. A 15-0 win over Albion Park City saw us advance to the next round and we travelled to Richmond on Wednesday night to take on the NPL League 2 team, Hawkesbury City. It was a brilliant game against a much higher level representative team and boy, dodn’t we do ourselves proud! It was a see-sawing encounter with 7 goals in a thrilling and entertaining game. Though we went down 4-3, to take 3 goals from our highly fancied opposition was simply excellent. Great work guys, we are very proud.
Season 2022 A reminder to all players and parents to download CCF MyCompApp. This is your primary source of information throughout the season. It provides all your game day information, sends alerts regarding ground closures and coaches and managers can send notifications to you as well. Apple Android Shorts and Socks Sales The shop will OPEN on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the season. Follow our Women’s Unity Bank Premier League
If you’re new to football and would like to know more about how it operates, please download our frequently asked questions document. If you still have questions please contact us at info@eastgosfordfc.com. Thanks!
Congratulations Cam! After a handful of games off the bench, one of our most likeable junior Rams just had his first start and didn’t he play well!
Bucket Hats Are Here! Be the first to get one Kids and Adults sizes $25.00
The Rams introduce another defibrillator. It’s quite a hike from the clubhouse down to fields 2 and 3 so we’ve purchased another defibrillator and created a first aid station. The new defibrillator, injury ice, a first aid kit and sunscreen are all housed under a dedicated medical marquee. It is largely self serve as we have yet to find a volunteer to man the facility but it is a great addition nonetheless. Particularly so given a recent Nine News report on the affects of Long COVID. Long COVID affects community sports players (9news.com.au) The Rams encourage all of our Over 35s and 45s to consider their fitness and consult with their medical professional. The Rams would also like to acknowledge the NSW Government who covered half the cost of the defibrillator through their NSW Office of Sport Local Defibrillator grants program.
MiniRoos Presentation Day Our presentation for our MiniRoos (U5s to U11s) will be held at Rams HQ next Saturday 19 August. Usually held on the last round of the season, we’ve had to move it forward a week. Whether at home or away we ask for all teams to make their way back to our grounds for a special team presentation. There is no time schedule as each team will take a turn when everyone is ready to go. For example we may have 2 U5 teams playing first at 8am so after their games one team can take centre stage in front of family and friends before moving on, where the next team can then move in for its turn. If you are playing away we ask that could the team return to Rams HQ after your match for their presentation and to also make sure they don't miss out on the snowcones, fairy floss and popcorn from our friends at Harringtons! Teams who play later in the afternoon may wish to do their presntation earlier in the day before heading to their game, its your teams choice however we would like to see all teams take part in THEIR special day!
Fixtures, Results and Tables
Fixtures, Results and Tables
2023 Honour Roll! 9 League Champions , 23 teams in Finals 9 Premiers, 4 Runners Up
WPL 1st
Premier League Awards 2023 The Entertainment Grounds was the venue to host our annual senior presentation dinner where we celebrated the achievements of our wonderful women’s and men’s Premier League teams. The atmosphere, the food and the venue was terrific as always and we had a fabulous evening.
Women’s Player of the Year Annika Hansen
Men’s Player of the Year Lachlan Gunn
Stephanie Hansen WPL Rookie
Luke Gunn MPL 1st Grade Player of the Year
Charlie Entwhistle MPL Rookie
Joel Dickey MPL Reserve Grade Player of the Year
Emma Lowe WPL Reserve Grade Player of the Year
Thomas TK Kelly MPL U21s Player of the Year
Robbie Szafranek President’s Award
We are also incredibly proud to have in our ranks the Central Coast Football WPL Player of the Year and Golden Boot! Congratulations Tahlor and Kelly
Kelly Hogan Central Coast Football WPL Golden Boot
Tahlor Thackray Central Coast Football WPL Player of the Year
Grace Bryant WPL 1st Grade Player of the Year
Congratulations to the recipients of our very prestigious awards, Clubperson, Junior Clubperson and All Age Players of the Year.
Scott Donald Clubperson
Heather Rankin WAA Player of the Year
Xavier Dickeson Junior Clubperson
Will Parry MAA Player of the Year
Registrations, Rules and Regulations, Fixtures, Results & Tables Central Coast Football (CCF) is our parent association. Get the app which will be your best friend all season. Fixtures, results, push notifications for washouts and more.
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Premier Autocare Pre-Season Cup Winners! Wow, what a win. Umina have been our nemesis for such a long time but the tables are turning! In a great game of football we edged them out by a solitary goal and after a tumultuous lead up, it was so very sweet to get the win. The club is hugely proud of the team, the coaches and manager and all of the loyal supporters. Yeah the Girls!
Women’s Sapphire Cup Our ladies had a big task in Round 3, taking on the might of APIA Leichhardt who are undefeated in the Women’s NPL. Sporting a few A- League players and an ex Matilda, we knew we’d have to bring our A game to avoid humiliation and we did ourselves and our club proud. Though the final result was lop-sided, we scored, and against that outfit, that was impressive. We had a great campaign and will be the better for it. Congratulations girls, you’ve done very well!
News Yeah the Girls! How about a Grand Final win! Football itself is a wonderful sport and within every competition there is usually a historical rivalry with another club, a hoodoo team you can’t seem to conquer and yes, a club many would like to see fall over. All these wonderful ingredients were there in varying quantities this season and, for the first time in our club’s history, we claimed gold in the final contest. Premiers has a nice ring to it. Congratulations on your well deserved 3-2 win over Terrigal ladies.
News Terrigal were always going to be hard to beat but we knew we had the substance to give it a red hot go and that’s what we did. Despite conceding early, we hung on doggedly and we were rewarded with an equaliser later in the second half. A small lapse in concentration right at the death created an opening for their attack and we couldn’t recover from that. A huge effort and we’re very proud of our achievements given all we wanted from this year was to consolidate our spot in the top flight competition. Well done boys.