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Registrar Role Vacancy

October 11, 2021 · Nina Foxwell · News

Greeting families,

With Season 2021 now officially wrapped up, we move forward into preparing for Season 2022.

There will be a number of roles being advertised. Some are to replace leaving committee, others are in addition to current roles to help lighten the workload.

The most urgent for now is the role of Registrar.

We thank Ellen Gallagher for her time and dedication over the last year. Ellen and Dustin Albers (who is staying on) have created fabulous working processes allowing this role to be done by 2 people.

The role of one of the registrars is now vacant and as we approach the commencement of registration period for 2022 it’s of utmost importance that this be filled immediately.
It does make it really tough to open registrations without this position filled as it places more workload on existing committee members.

Please find attached a brief outline of what the role entails. A more detailed role outline can be provided upon request.

This is a role that can’t be done by other committee members who are already busy preparing the club for the 2022 season.

Please contact Nina Foxwell (0409 564 724 or merchandise@sharksjfc.org.au) or any other committee members for further information.

Go Sharks!!
PONRPJFC Committee

Thank You for 2021

September 20, 2021 · Kate Gniel · News

Good Evening Families,

I hope you have all enjoyed the first day of the school holidays and in particular exploring your extra 5kms.

I was delighted to be part of the presentation day yesterday. It was the first time that the club has run a presentation in this way and we felt it went very well. There was a lot of hard work that went on behind the scenes so thank you to everyone who made it happen.

It was terrific to see so many Sharks players and their families online to enjoy the morning.

Congratulations once again to all the award recipients and to all Sharks players on a fantastic season. You are all winners in our eyes.

Unfortunately, we experienced some inappropriate behaviour online from some attendees. This is disappointing and not something we condone at our club. Therefore, we are currently investigating further and will take necessary action if required.

For those who may have missed the AGM yesterday, I would like to officially introduce myself. My name is Kate Gniel and I am excited to be taking on the role as Junior Club President for 2022 season.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Ritchie Appleby for his passion and dedication as President over the past few years. He leaves big shoes to fill!

I have been running Auskick for the last three years and have been involved in the junior club committee as Vice President for the last year. I am excited to be part of such a dedicated committee. I also have two boys who play for the Sharks.

My passion is community and I look forward to being part of what is the heart of our community and helping it grow even more.
I look forward to getting to know you all and to seeing what amazing things our club can achieve in 2022 and beyond.

A huge thank you to everyone for making the best of the season 2021.

We look forward to a bigger and better season with no interruptions for 2022.

Until then, I would like to wish you and your families a very safe and happy summer.
Take care

Thanks a million

Kate
T: 0415 169015
E: president@sharksjfc.org.au