CANCELLED - Sunday Girls Competition - Meet and greet for new and returning players at 4.00 TODAY at Jellicoe Park
Sign up for a Season Pass at Rebel Sports and save
Next time you’re shopping at Rebel Eastgardens sign up for a Season Pass ( Free and takes 30 sec ) and each time you purchase something at the store 5% of the total sale will be go towards the club in credits, which can be used to purchase equipment and gift vouchers for fundraising prizes.
Mention you’re a Pagewood member and get a ONE OFF 10% discount for signing up
Goalkeeping Training for all Pagewood GK every Wednesday
Day: Every Wednesday during the season @ Jellicoe Park FREE
Times: 5pm-9pm as following:
Session 1: 5pm-6pm/junior girls under U6-12
Session2: 6pm-7pm/junior boys (6-12) and youth girls (U12 and up). These 2 sessions are at the same time run by 2 coaches
Session3: 7pm-8pm/ youth boys( U12-15) and senior women
Session4: 8pm-9pm/ senior men/15s up
Coaches can send the keepers in and out of the keeper’s session as they need them for their training session.
All aspects of goalkeeping will be covered. For purchase of goalkeeping gloves please contact Petr on 0413510203.
No booking required just turn up on the night
2015 SEASON ENROLMENT/REGISTRATION
Pagewood Soccer is now open to take registrations for the 2015 season.
For the first time Pagewood has introduced an on-line registration process to make it is easier for everyone as opposed to the previous "in person" visit to Jellicoe Park.
The online registration is fully explained in the attached document (How to Register Instructions) and the appropriate link to begin the process is as below
To begin please click onto: http://www.icompman.com.au/iregister?P1=14998
Once you have completed the on-line form you will be required to pay by credit card/debit card or via PayPal to complete your registration. further information will be sent via email to advise when the meet and greets will be occurring in February onwards.
The Fees for 2015 are as follows:
5-6s - $260
7 - $260
8 - $260
9 - $275
10s and Girls 10s - $290
11s and Girls 11s - $290
*Fees will include the usual playing strip/shorts/socks. However this year, we will be supplementing this with a ball/Tracktop and Sportsbag.
Please note there is a $50 discount for the 2nd sibling. The 3rd & subsequent siblings each receive a $100 discount.
They will also be posted on our website www.pagewoodsoccer.com
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)