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Pine Hills Pythons U12 team recently competed in the U12 VW Australian Masters at the Sydney Institute of Sport at Narabeen.
all equipment that your teams have (i.e. jerseys, balls, bibs, match books, id
tags, etc) please be returned to the club on Junior Presentation Day (Sunday
13th October) as we presently are not able to store this at the club due to us
hosting junior finals.
will be people on the day to assist with the return of all this equipment.
The attached report was resently presented to the clubs outlining the Football Brisbane vision in developing and creating a natural competition structure and pathway that encapsulates aspiring clubs, those clubs that are dedicated to youth development, rules that allow flexibility to our competitions, a proper planning process and maturity in the decision making.
The following information was recently received from Football Brisbane and clubs have been asked to pass it on to all members
changes to the season Calendar are being made for 2014 in relation to the
Junior competitions. In particular, there will now be three stages to the
season. First will be the Pre-Season followed by the Competition, which
includes the Final Series and finally the Post Season Champion of Champions.
The Post Season Champion of Champions will include the Seniors.
the past three seasons, Football Brisbane has used a number of methods to
acquire sufficient information to create and deliver fair and equitable
competitions. This has included Grading rounds, Club Trials and Carnival style
Competitions. All have failed to deliver the outcome necessary, which has left
the Administration in the unenviable situation of having competitions altered
during the season.
2014 it is proposed that a Pre-Season structure be implemented for competitions
other than the BPL and any that contain 12 or more teams. This will have the
concept will allow Football Brisbane and Clubs to identify and more accurately
grade their teams before being placed in competitions. It should also enable
enough matches to make an educated decision if there is inclement weather
during the early part of the year.
are a number of fundamental requirements which must be assessed and
communicated to Football Brisbane before we commence development of this
outline of the schedule of matches follows.
Venue 1 Venue 2
1 9:00 1v8 5v4
9:45 3v6 7v2
10:30 8v3 2v5
11:15 6v1 4v7
2 9:00 4v3 2v1
9:45 8v7 5v6
10:30 3v7 6v2
11:15 4v8 1v5
3 9:00 1v4 5v7
9:45 3v2 8v6
10:30 2v4 6v7
11:15 1v3 5v8
4 9:00 1v7 3v5
9:45 4v6 8v2
10:30 1v6 8v3
11:15 4v7 5v2
Venue 1 Venue 2
Venue 3 Venue 4
5 9:00 1v8 5v4
3:45 8v6 5v7
6 9:00 2v4 1v3
11:15 1v7 4v6
1:30 8v3 5v2
3:45 1v8 5v4
Standard Season competitions for Juniors will occur from Friday
the 2nd May 2014 through to the 31st August 2014. Finals
will be played from the 5th to the 14th of September
BPL competitions will commence from the 1st of March and continue
through to the 31st of August 2014.
Competitions are likely to start and finish at the same time as the Junior BPL
competitions. Finals for the Women’s Divisional and Men’s City and U18 and U20
competitions run from the 5th to the 14th of September
2014. Finals for the Diamond, Sapphire and BPL Seniors will be held from the 12th
to the 21st of September 2014.
Final section of the season is the Champion of Champions. This
will be held over four weekends from 20th of September to the 12th
of October 2014. The proposed events will consist of:
September 2014 (held on Sunshine Coast);
September2014 (held in Brisbane);
October 2014 (held on Gold Coast)
final make up and structure of the Champion of Champions is still being
developed. However, the point is to ensure that all Clubs and their members are
aware of the timelines and make themselves available for this prestigious
Opening on Monday July 8th - the Pythons Cafe will serve Hot and Cold drinks, Toasted Sandwiches, Muffins.
We are open each Monday & Tuesday evening from 5pm until junior training finishes at 8pm.
Why not come in and give us a try - Relax while the kids train and keep warm!!
Sports involves gradual changes to our canteen to provide a range of
healthier food choices. Pine Hills
Football Club would like to ensure that food and drinks supplied to players
are consistent with the healthy eating messages we are working hard to promote
throughout our club. To achieve this, whenever food or
drinks are provided to players we ask that food and drink are healthy options. When
providing food or drink to your child’s team please could you follow the below
For more information on the Good Sports program please contact Stephen Gye or visit www.goodsports.com.au We thank you for
supporting our efforts to promote healthy food and drinks in our club
The Pine Hills Football Club has an ongoing commitment to responsible
alcohol and nutrition management and has recently achieved Level 2 accreditation
under the Australian Drug Foundation’s Good Sports
The program provides leadership and support to community sports
clubs throughout Australia to manage alcohol and nutrition responsibly. It aims
to help clubs become more viable by creating a safe and friendly environment
whilst addressing their duty of care obligations in relation to alcohol
As part of Level 2 accreditation,
we will implement practices around responsible alcohol management including the
development of transport strategies to ensure our members get home safely. Our
facilities are smoke-free and the emphasis for player awards, fundraising,
prizes and functions will not be alcohol or unhealthy food or drinks. Food is
provided when alcohol is served and we will sell a variety of low and
non-alcoholic drinks. All our bar staff are RSA trained.
We are confident our efforts will
continue to improve the environment at Pine
Hills Football Club. We are working to ensure the Club is a great place to
participate and socialise for all members of our community.
The Club will be regularly
monitored to ensure we comply with the program. It is the responsibility of all
our members to make sure we do the right thing when drinking and enjoying
Sports program is run in Queensland by Good Sports Queensland
in conjunction with Queensland Government and the Australian National
Preventive Health Alliance.
For more information about the program contact Stephen Gye.
The Pine Hills Office will be will be attended for payments and any other purchases you may wish to make during the week at training and match days whenever possible.
If you require assistance or information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or for football matters Will Allan at email@example.com.
In mid December 2012 a number of interested volunteers were invited to join a team looking at shaping Pine Hills Football Club into the future. The result was Pine Hills 2018 - a formal strategy document has been approved by the Executive. To read this document click here. Read more........
Our club has been selected to participate in the Amart Community Kickbacks Program. Under this program, the club can earn 5% of your purchases at Amart All Sports as instore credit to spend on our sports program.
All you need to do is join Team Amart, select our club from the list of participating groups and swipe your loyalty card every time you make a purchase at Amart All Sports. You’ll receive access to great member prices and other initiatives and the club will receive a 5% credit.
Thanks for your support.
LOYALTY BENEFITS:OUR CLUB SCORES 5% of your purchases are paid back to us to improve our facilities* (*Conditions apply, visit www.rebelsport.com.au/sys)YOU SCORE Preferred pricing, Exclusive offers, VIP shopping nights & Member only competitions
ALL YOU NEED TO DO - It’s super simple.1. Join Season Pass, Rebel Sports loyalty program today instore or online atwww.rebelsport.com.au/seasonpass.It’s FREE to join!2. Select our club on your account profile. It’s important! If you’re already aSeason Pass member, simply add us to your account profile.3. Ensure you swipe your loyalty card every time you shop at Rebel Sport.4. And that’s it, with every purchase you make at Rebel Sport, we secure fundsto improve our facilities.
To JOIN visit www.rebelsport.com.au/seasonpassHelp us secure funding for our CLUB
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