No Scheduled Training
We will notify all members when prior to start of pre-season night for 2017.
We are a community based Over 35’s Australian Rules Football Club that competes in the Vic Metro Masters League.
Located in the northern suburbs of Melbourne we are based in the suburb of Coburg at Piranha Park (Coburg City Oval).
We currently have three teams: Supers (O35s), Masters and Legends (O50s) all competing in the Vic Metro Premier division.
Our motto is “Footy For Life” and it’s our philosophy that you are never too old to play football. Our purpose to provide mature age players the opportunity to participate and compete in a safe, well organised and enjoyable atmosphere as well encourage participation in physical activity to better manage health.
Adam Bruni Reappointed As Supers Coach
Full story to follow...
Committee Expanded, Co-Presidents Appointed
Constitutional change has seen the 2016 Committee installed in an expanded model at the Club's Annual General Meeting on Wednesday evening.
There were good numbers in attendance and there a very positive mood after the Annual Report was delivered which demonstrated to consecutive years of financial growth, improved onfield success and member engagement. CLICK HERE to view the 24th Annual Report.
The constitutional amendment led by Paul Turner enabled the Club an optional Co-President situation and further defined some of the roles on the Committee for clarity.
Both Salina Hick (Treasurer) and Nick Duryea (General Member) both made the decision not to re-stand for election. The significant contribution from both these individuals was acknowledged at the meeting.
The Executive Committee was formed as follows:
The General Committee was formed as follows:
All in all it was a fantastic result for the club that will enable the vision to be driven forward with weight of numbers behind it.
As can be seen Paul Turner moved into the advisory and supporting role of Vice-President (which was vacated by Dave Pengelly) to the Co-Presidents Carlo Federico and Tony Lombardi. Frank Massara stepped up into the Treasurer's role vacated by Salina Hick.
Craig McKay moved into the official Football Manager role and Dave Pengelly moved in the Property Manager role.
Three new General Members Serafino Marinelli, Luca Pozzobon and Cedar Ferri joined while club stalwart Paul Pitman returned for other stint and will likely be the League Liaison officer.