Hi All Sharks,
As we move into the second half of the season, the pressure rises and things start to become a little more serious. As I have previously stated; I am not one bit about winning, but about involvement. I encourage you all to enjoy the experience, and if success is a by-product of participation, then all ends well. Good luck for the second part of the year, remain involved, and thanks for all your support.
Sharks Ball – A Touch of Brownlow – Saturday 26 July 2014!
The Sharks Ball is our next big evening on the Sharks Calendar with this year hosting a new venue, food, service. Please refer to the flyer in the Shark Attack or here on the website for details. I ask you to hunt out your Team Managers, who have been tasked with putting tables together. This night is completely social with the focus on bringing us all together to have a great night.
If you require further information beyond your Team Managers, please contact our Events Coordinator Pam Cordeaux on 0421 989 136 or firstname.lastname@example.org – thanks!
Education Evening – postponed!
Each year the Sharks Junior Football Club hold an education evening on topical issues impacting our community. This year’s topic is ‘Mental Health In Sport’ which will take a look at the pressures often associated with being successful whether at school, sport or in life and the by-products of these pressure on our children. The night is anticipated to take place in early August, and more information will be provided closer to the date.
We Need You! Please consider coming onto committee
We are always seeking support on the Committee, so if you are in a position to assist in 2015 can you PLEASE give me a call.
At the moment there are people performing roles on committee who do not have children at the club, and I know that at the end of Season 2014 will see a number of vacancies – football department, equipment, merchandise, canteen, general.
Unfortunately, without support things will suffer or fold, so please give me a ring and we can discuss the vacancies and what these roles entail. I took on the role of President because I was told someone has to have a turn, I hope it is a simple as that!
The Sharks is receiving good patronage. The survey was developed to assist in setting the future direction of this wonderful club. Unfortunately, some anonymously-comments raise issues that I would like to tease out to address. So, if at any stage during the season you wish to raise issue with me – positive or negative – please feel free to do so either personally or via the telephone.
Wishing all the very best for Round 9. Please enjoy yourselves. Go Sharks!!!!
Sean Woods – President of the Sharks
Park Orchards North Ringwood Parish Junior Football Club