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Westlawn Tigers are a Level 1 Accredited club with FFA
Westlawn Tigers are part of the Good Sports Program.
WORKING BEE BARNIER PARK JUNCITON HILL SATURDAY 24TH KICKS OFF AT 8AM
SAVE THE DATE SUNDAY 17TH JUNE 2018
Our annual non-competitive Small Sided Football Gala day for under 6s - under 11s will be held on Sunday 17th June. More details to follow soon.
The club encourages everyone to register online at www.playfootball.com.au We will be opening the canteen in the near future for equipment purchases.We will announce this date soon. This year the club has hats back in stock, as well as our usual gear such as socks, shorts, stays, kit bags, water bottles and club shirts.
TIGER CUB PROGRAM 3-5 YEAR OLDS
Calling on all TIGER CUBS- if your turning 3 or 4 in 2018 or 5 (and not sure if you are ready for Mini-Roos) sign up to this awesome program.
It will consist of 15-20 minute fun drill sessions and a 15-20 minute game after, all run by renowned Futsal Coach Renan Fenerich. Cost is $50 for entire season which includes a shirt. 930am time slot every Saturday at the fields where MiniRoos Football is being played. Beginning Saturday 7th April.
Rego forms can also be obtained from Sharon Powell 0400007168.
Young Cub Rego Form (Download/Print)
2018 REGISTRATION OPEN
Click Here to go to the website to register online.
Click here to view instructions on how to register.
If you are having trouble registering you can contact our registrars - Robyn or Kylie.
Your active kids voucher can be claimed online through the site, its very easy. To obtain a voucher go to Service NSW Click Here to go to the website to open an account. Then just click on the Active Kid Program and enter your details (you will need your medicare card).
For more information about the Active Kid Program Click Here
All new players require a birth certificate to be sighted by the registrar.
As always if you would like further information please call a committee member or email the club email@example.com
VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION OF THE MONTH
Do you know someone in your club who does more than what is expected? Someone who is there from start to finish and just does it for the love of the game? Someone who doesn’t ask for much at all but needs to be shown that they are appreciated? Then NOMINATE them now for Volunteer of the Month! Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) is pleased to continue the Newcastle Permanent Volunteer Recognition Program in 2017. Volunteers are at the heart of our sport’s success and week to week help deliver positive experiences for people of all ages and abilities. This award, supported by our Partner in Community Football, Newcastle Permanent Building Society recognises the significant contribution of more than 8000 volunteers across Northern NSW in the game. Appreciation is a key consideration for clubs who want to recruit and retain good volunteers and goes a long way to encouraging volunteers to actively engage with their club. This important program will commence this month (March) and continue through until August. Every month, NNSWF in conjunction with its seven Member Zones will select one (1) registered volunteer from each Zone to be awarded “Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Month”. Each winner will be awarded a Jacket and Patrick Super Cup Bag. Their contribution to football will be recognised throughout NNSWF website network, social media platforms, media and Newcastle Permanent networks. From the pool of monthly winners, a “Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Year” for each Zone will be recognised. This final pool of Zone winners will be assessed and one will be awarded as the “Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Year” announced at NNSWF annual awards night. This winner will receive an award including a $250 First Touch Voucher. All member clubs are invited to nominate their fantastic volunteers via the link below and provide their details and a brief description of their contribution to football. To nominate a volunteer go to Click Here
COACH RECOGNITION OF THE MONTH
Do you know a hardworking coach who gives their all to the team because of their love for the game? A coach whose commitment and support for their team goes beyond just ‘wins and losses’ and more about developing talent and providing a positive football experience for all? Then NOMINATE them today! Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) is pleased to continue the Newcastle Permanent Community Coach Recognition Program in 2017. Football enriches character, intelligence, coordination and skill and across the season and there is always a man or woman who steps up for their team and takes on the task of helping our young players reach their full potential - the Coach. The Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Month Award is awarded monthly from March to August to a coach that makes a significant contribution to their team, club and/or community. This is not aimed at results or winning, but a coach who provides a positive experience for all involved. Each month, one registered coach from each of NNSWF’s seven Member Zones will be awarded the Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Month award. Each winner will receive a Newcastle Permanent Community Coaching Kit consisting of 6 balls, 20 markers, 10 bibs and a whistle, as well as a polo shirt and cap. Their contribution to football will be recognised throughout NNSWF website network, social media platforms, media and Newcastle Permanent’s networks. From the pool of winners, each Zone will nominate one community coach to represent their Zone for the opportunity to be named “Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Year” announced at NNSWF annual awards night. This winner will receive an award including a $250 First Touch Gift Voucher. Coaches can be nominated for any number of reasons: Providing a safe and enjoyable experience for their players and parents Goes out of their way to engage in all aspects of the club, not just their team Provides an opportunity for special needs players to be part of their team Provides strong leadership and dedication to the team and club Has a high work ethic and encourages fair play – could be overall or one particular positive occurrence Always has a good relationship with the match officials. To nominate your coach Click Here
REFEREE RECOGNITION OF THE MONTH
Do you know a referee or match official who works tirelessly towards making the game fair? Someone who always raises their hand to ref on the weekend? Then make sure you nominate them NOW! Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) is excited to announce the introduction of the NEW Newcastle Permanent Community Referee Recognition Program in 2017. Referees and match officials make a significant contribution to our game and we should recognise them for stepping onto the field to control the game and creating a positive experience for players, coaches and spectators as a result! Each month during the season, NNSWF in conjunction with its seven Member Zones will select one (1) registered Referee from each Zone to be awarded “Newcastle Permanent Community Referee of the Month”. Each winner will be presented a prize pack including a jacket, cap, water bottle and a referee card set and their contribution to football will be recognised throughout NNSWF website network, social media platforms, media and Newcastle Permanent’s networks. From the pool of monthly winners, a “Newcastle Permanent Community Referee of the Year” for each Zone will be selected and will be assessed, with one winner who will be awarded the “Newcastle Permanent Community Referee of the Year” announced at NNSWF’s annual awards night. This winner will receive an award including a $250 First Touch Voucher! All member clubs, fellow referees and players will be able to nominate referees via the link below and provide their details and a brief description of their contribution to football. To nominate a referee or assistant referee go to Click Here We look forward to receiving your nominations! About NNSWF’s Community Partnership with Newcastle Permanent: Newcastle Permanent is the major partner of Community Football across Northern NSW and has partnered with NNSWF since 2008, supporting the High-Performance Program and Junior Football Program. Newcastle Permanent’s investment in football is one of its most important community partnerships and reflects the financial institution’s commitment to supporting the local community. Integral to the Newcastle Permanent Community Football partnership is recognition of volunteers, coaches and others on the ground who play a vital role in delivering the game across Northern NSW. The Community Partnership with Newcastle Permanent assists in maintaining lower registration fees includes recognition programs such as Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Month, Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Month, Newcastle Permanent Referee of the Month and Newcastle Permanent Community Club of the Year, training tools for community coaches and volunteers, as well as the distribution of over 9,000 free balls annually to young players.
2018 REGISTRATION COSTS
Under 6 & 7 $100.00 includes a club shirt
Under 8 & 9 $105.00
Under 10 $115.00
Under 11 $120.00
Under 12 $145.00
Under 13 & 14 $165.00
Under 15 & 16 $220.00
Under 17 & 18 $260.00
WET WEATHER POLICY
While the Club is guided by the Clarence Valley Council in regards to field closures, we may not agree with their decision. Please DO NOT use the council website as a guide for Barnier Park.
As soon as the club has made a decision on the grounds it will be posted on Facebook. The North Coast Football Website will be the next place that is up-dated immediately (follow the links on the left of screen, look under the wet weather tab). Finally our website will be updated as soon as physically possible, this may not be immediately due to work commitments of the administrator. North Coast Football website is also the place where you will find the most up-to-date information regarding grounds in the competition, as other clubs may have a wet weather policy similar to ours therefore making the council website inaccurate in regards to playing.
Sometimes the decision can be made quite late because that few extra hours, or minutes, can mean the difference between a game going ahead or not.
While the club understands it can be frustrating for players and parents, as a club we have the players best interest at heart when making these decisions, and we have a process in place where everyone can be notified as soon as possible. So we are asking you to be patient while the decisions are made and keep an eye on our Facebook page or the North Coast Football website.
GAME DAY BY SPORTSTG APP
With GAME DAY BY SPORTSTG , you can:-
search, find and save the team you play for
see your team schedule and results
get round by round results for all the matches in your competition
check your league ladder
save multiple teams
check out any team you follow
see where you are playing next week, and follow our maps to get there!
Last time played and see the score last time you met your opponent.
Go to the iTunes Store or Google Play to download APP.
Sign up via email or through your social media account
Select find my team
Type in Westlawn Tigers Football Club
Select the teams you want.
SECOND HAND BOOT BOX
The club is going to have a second hand boot box at the canteen for all those football boots people don't want anymore, and for those people who are looking for good boots at a great price. We are asking for any boots people want to give away. Please scrub them up so they look like new and drop them into the canteen. These boots will be sold to any member looking for a set of boots for $5 a pair with all proceeds going to the club.
The following items can be purchased at the canteen - Kit Bags $30, Socks $10, Shorts $15, Drink bottles $5, Junior Club shirts $25, Senior Club Shirts $30, Stays $10 or Curved Caps $20.
AMART ALL SPORTS
Our club is now a member of the Amart All Sports Program. So if you purchase any goods from any store across Australia please mention our club and at the end of a financial year we will receive 10% of money spent by our members.
YOUR 2018 COMMITTEE MEMBERS
President - James Joyce
Vice Presidents - Michael Collins(Jnr) and Liz Weatherstone(Snr)
Treasurer - Mick Salvestro
Secretary - Skye Sear
Registrar - Kylie Lavender and Robyn McGregor
Equipment Officer - Kate Shaw and Josh Foster
Ground Controller - Wayne Reardon
Canteen Manager - Deanna Fernance
Publicity Officer -
Website/Social Media Coordinator -
TEAM END OF YEAR REPORTS 2017
2017 Team Reports (Download/Print)
MINIROOS FOOTBALL HANDBOOKS
For those that are interested under the NEWS tab is some information about the rules for MiniRoo Football. The link By-Law is the rules for all other grades. Managers sometimes it is helpful to have a copy in your kit bag, never know when you made need to use it!
CLUB CODES OF CONDUCT
These can be found on our policy page. These should be read before registering.
The club wishes a representative from every team to attend our monthly meetings.
NEWCASTLE PERMANENT INTRODUCER PROGRAM
If someone applies for a new Newcastle Permanent home or business loan, all you need to do is tell Newcastle Permanent that you were referred by the Westlawn Tigers Football Club and provided your application is eligible, the Tigers will receive $600 once the loan has been processed. SO don't forget to mention us if you do go for a loan and no need to worry the club will never know who applied for the loan - we just get the money! Pass the info onto your family and friends too- the more people that know the more chance of us getting some money!
Our accounts are with BCU. So if you, or any of your friends, open an account at BCU please mention Westlawn Tigers Football Club as we will receive a donation from BCU.
WESTLAWN TIGERS BUSINESS PLAN HAS BEEN UPDATED
This can now be found on the website under the Policies tab. If you would like to know what the club has planned for the future have a look. Any suggestions are always welcomed.
See History Page for 2017 End of Season Reports
See Policies Tab for all club Policies, Procedures and Job Descriptions
See the News Tab for all Newsletters
THE ONLY PLACE TO LEAD IS FROM THE FRONT