Monthly Archives: May 2017

President’s Report: Round 5

Hello all Sharks,

Great to see the teams settling down for their first week of games since Grading concluded. As mentioned last week, grading can be a difficult time as scores comprehensively vary from very high to very low.  See grading does work for most teams.  Continue Reading

President’s Report: Round 4

Hi All Sharks

Round 4 is now complete

The YJFL Grading for 2017 has now reached its conclusion. We will know the positioning of teams that have made a request to change divisions within the next 24 hours. Once this knowledge is at hand we shall inform all team managers to pass on to their respective teams.  Continue Reading

President’s Report: Round 3

Hi All Sharks,

The first few rounds of every season are a little unsettled.

The YJFL grading process is being applied.
Coaches are trying to work through their lists to ensure everyone is getting a go.
Team Managers are working through the administration processes required around game day.
Canteen managers are trying to work out how to create appropriately the desired levels of food and drinks that should be ordered for each week.
Our Sponsorship coordinator is phoning all to make a difference in our great club with monetary pledges of support.
Committee are continually bombarding everyone with the information necessary to ensure your child gets a game of football each week & the club runs correctly.  And on it goes.  Continue Reading

President’s Report: Round 2

Hi All Sharks,

Round 2 looked as though rain may threaten however; all matches were played on a perfect Autumn day. Once again, there were some lopsided results. Unfortunately, one of our younger sides had a bye due to another Club’s team folding. This can happen over the rst few weeks. Most Clubs are experiencing a drop in player numbers this year. We are no different. Though, I think we are luckier than most with approximately 400 registered players in 21 teams. This does mean that some teams are thin on numbers, around 17 or 18 players. The Sharks pride themselves on participation and where possible would rather 2 teams than 1 super team. This allows all players more game time.  Continue Reading