Something for all our AFL Girls to consider during the coming school holidays. Australian Sports Camp are running their first ever AFLW Girls only camp to run at North Ryde July 16, 17 & 18 (9am -3pm), Louise Stephenson from the Giants is confirmed to coach at that camp which is for girls only aged 6 to 16. See flyer attached.
To help LCC girls to attend, there is a less 20 % code of:
which can be used for all girls looking to attend.
We cordially invite you to the Lane Cove Cats 2019 Soiree.
This year we have decided to move our annual soiree to the start of the season. The aim is to get everyone together early in the year, in particular the new families to the club, and celebrate what is ahead for everyone involved with the club. And we are in no doubt that we are inline for another great season at the Lane Cove Cats.
We are excited about the re-development of the lower turf field at Blackman Park. With a completely new surface and re-aligned to create a 160m long field, we are able to run games for older age groups all day Sunday. We recently announced we would be be calling this field the Steve Chisholm Oval, after the founder of our club.
The Auskick program has gone from strength to strength, run by the Auskick Coordinator of the Year (Sydney North) Peter Beck. We also entered three teams in an Under 8 competition.
In the junior division, we are entering a new era, with the club joining forces with the North Ryde Dockers in a number of joint venture teams. Under this new strategy, we will have a much better chance of providing a club environment that caters to all age groups and skill sets the school years.
We also continued to expand our youth girls division, with the club enter a team in the first ever under 14 division. This adds to teams in the U10 and U12 age groups. The rest of the junior teams have gone from strength to strength. Encouraging for the future was the creation of three teams in the U9 age group. Overall we are on track to increase our total numbers by at least 20% this season.
We are also planning our third edition of the Sports Legends Lunch. This is now firmly entrenched as our main fundraising event for the club. Last year it raised over $12,000 and help fund new equipment and the recruitment of assistant coaches and a ground manager for 2019.
The night will include an AFL trivia quiz, which is sure to provide plenty of fun on the evening, Delicious finger food will be provided, while a private bar will be available to purchase drinks.
Looking for volunteers to run BBQ during upcoming AFL Gala Days
We are a volunteer based club and always looking for ways to make money so we can purchase more equipment for the kids and improve the facilities at the club.
One great source is the BBQ/canteen. And we’ve been offered the opportunity to run one at two upcoming gala days being held at Blackman Park.
On 8 and 22 May, over 300 high school students will descend on our home ground for a knock out competition. The gala days will run from around 9:00am to 2:30pm.
If there are any parents who are free these days and are keen to help out, this would be a huge benefit to the club. On days like these in the past, we have made several thousand dollars. You can only imagine who many new balls, jerseys or tackle bags this could buy.
Please contact Daniel Hynes if you are keen or would like more information.
We are lucky to have Zac Langdon visiting the club this week.
He’ll be on hand to help out with some drills at Wednesday’s youth girls training session, before hanging around to have a chat and sign some autographs.
Mature-age forward Zac Langdon has been a revolution for the Giants. He was selected at pick 56 in last year’s NAB AFL Draft and made his AFL debut in round one, kicking three goals in his first two games.
Zac Langdon is a ready-made small forward who was drafted out of the WAFL playing for Claremont. He has huge endurance and showed enormous determination to make it on an AFL list. He has elite running and foot skills and is a highly-skilled player who pushes hard to impact up the ground as well as in the forward 50.
We have a treat in store, with some star members of the Sydney Swans scheduled to visit the club. We would encourage all Auskickers to attend this session. Better still, bring a friend and show them how much fun Auskick is!
We will be holding a special Auskick training session on Monday 1 April. The players talk with our parents and kids from the club at the Scout Hall at Blackman Park. We then plan to venture out onto the field so that the boys and girls can get some advice on kicking and handballing. Kids will then have the opportunity have a selfie with the Sydney Swans players and get some jumpers or hats signed.
Please make sure you are at Blackman Park by 5:45pm.
Event: Sydney Swans Club Visit When: Monday 1st April Time: 5:45pm-7.00pm Where: Scout Hall, Blackman Park
PS: Junior club members are more than welcome to attend.
To kick off the season we would like to invite the Lane Cove Cats Community to support Clean-up Australia Day on Sunday the 3rd of March, at Blackman Park (Lloyd Rees Dr, Lane Cove West, NSW 2066).
We are blessed to have one of the most beautiful home grounds in the Sydney AFL competition, so what better way to kick off the season than with a clean-up of the surrounding parklands. We would like to invite you to sign up to be a volunteer at our site and come down anytime between 8am and 12pm. We will put on a free BBQ toward the end of the clean-up session.
What do I bring along?
What to bring along? We recommend you bring along a good pair of gardening gloves, hat, a bottle water, sunscreen, and sturdy footwear (no thongs or open toe footwear). Anyone of any age can participate, as long as they are registered (you can also register on the day).
Got a question for Clean Up Australia? You can send an enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org or give them a call on 1800 CUA DAY ( 1800 282 329 ) Thank you for your support! I hope to see you at Blackman Park on the 3rd of March. Go Cats!
NOTICE TO LCCJAC MEMBERS 2018 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 7:00 PM FRIDAY, 2 NOVEMBER 2018
The Lane Cove Cats Junior AFL Club (LCCJAC) Annual General Meeting is being held 7.00 pm Friday 2nd November 2018 at Longueville Sporting Club (The Diddy).
Nominations for committee positions are now being sought and to assist in the orderly proceeding of the meeting are recommended to be lodged with email@example.com by 10PM Thursday 1 November 2018. Verbal nominations at the meeting will also be required.
Any Member wanting more information about the roles and responsibilities of any of these positions are asked to contact Daniel Hynes at firstname.lastname@example.org or Michael email@example.com.
The 2018 Committee encourages members from all age groups to consider committee involvement. Introduction of new talent to the committee ensures the Club continues to be relevant to its current membership, brings new ideas and allows prudent succession planning and knowledge transfer as longer serving members retire.
Present and apologies (Register of those present to be signed)
Minutes of last Annual General Meeting.
Presentation of financial accounts.
All committee positions are declared vacant.
Nominations called for President.
New President takes the Chair and calls for nominations for remaining Management Committee positions:
Registrar/Child Protection Officer
Director of Football
Nominations to be called for other committee positions and general committee positions in accordance with the club constitution.
Equipment and Property Officer
Youth Girls Coordinator
Marketing Coordinator (newsletter, social media)
Up to 3 general committee member(s)
Following the conclusion of the AGM a club committee dinner will be held at 8.00 pm