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BLACK DOG INSTITUTE - FUNDRAISER
The draw for the Black Dog Institute will be held on Saturday 2nd of August at 11:45am at Jellicoe Park
End of Season presentation day will be held on Saturday the 16th of August - More information to follow
GAP - Golden Age Phase - Program provides a football education program for young players
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Pagewood Soccer Club provides opportunities for boys & girls to play football in a safe & enjoyable environment.
We provide modified programs known as Small Sided Games (SSG) for boys & girls aged 5 to 13 (born 2001 to 2009) of all skill levels in a fun format with a family friendly atmosphere.
SSG was introduced across Australia in 2008. It gives players more touches on the ball, more decision making opportunities hence development while having fun.
Our program has proved hugely successful with the club growing from 338 players in 2009 to 1192 players enjoying SSG in 2013.
We welcome all new and returning players and look forward to seeing you all in 2014.
The Pagewood Botany Football Cup held on Saturday 22nd November 2014 at Jellicoe Park against the Windgap Warriors v’s Multicultural Respite Service (MRS). Windgap had a chance to bring home a trophy which was presented by Matt Thistlethwaite, MP. The trophy was presented to the team captain, Bobby Syamdorkas. Pagewood Botany Football Club would like to thank the volunteer coaches: Tarek , Roy and organiser Mr Paul Graham. The Windgap Warriors train on Mondays at Jellicoe during the season.
Windgap Warriors with their new stripes presented by Mr Hoenig, Member for Heffron
The Windgap Warriors are all geared up for some football, thanks largely to the Pagewood Botany Football Club.
The football team consists of residents and clients of the Windgap foundation, and last week the member for Heffron Ron Hoenig presented the Windgap Warriors football team with their football jerseys ready for the year ahead.
The team’s coach, Roy Smyth, said the team was very thankful for the support of Pagewood Botany Football Club, who also donated training equipment.
“It was a wonderful gesture by the club,” Mr Smyth said.
The Windgap foundation provide support for people with intellectual disabilities and the football team is an initiative to help clients remain fit and participate in regular exercise.
Mr Hoenig said the Windgap football team is proof that almost anyone can pick up a ball and play football.
“Not only is it fun, but it allows the residents and clients of Windgap to get regular exercise and help set a regiment for living healthier lives,” he said.
“By participating in weekly football training sessions at Jellicoe Park, the players can socialise with each other on the sporting field, promoting values of good sportsmanship and health competition.
“The players looked very smart in their red jerseys, and this would not have been possible without the help of Pagewood Football Club.” (news source)