Annual General Meeting
Beaumaris Soccer Club warmly invites all members to our forthcoming Annual General Meeting.
This is a great opportunity to get involved and have input into some of the exciting developments impacting the club over the next few years.
Date: Wednesday 25 October 2017
Time: 7:00pm until approx. 8:30pm
Venue: Beaumaris Bowls Club, 1 Martin Street, Beaumaris
To all the members of the Beaumaris Soccer Club,
This is just an update as to what you can expect from me as the Director of Football and the details surrounding grading for 2018. We are working hard to secure the grounds of Mentone Girls Secondary School, to be able to conduct grading and pre-season training and aiming for 25-26 November as grading dates for the U12s and above. I will let you all know as soon as the club receives confirmation of this.
Grading will be conducted for all the Beaumaris teams from U12s and above. Pre season training for all age groups will commence the first week of February 2018, information on this will be sent out to all families closer to the date.
Please see attachment for further details.
Capped off a great season.
Superb result, hard fought, but deserving winners.
Thanks for everything this season, the club wouldn't be same without you boys
(Peter Allison wrote)
Most of the boys are still going strong in true south. Great way to end a massive year for the club and this exceptional bunch of muppets from the 35's who thanks to Lynchie's leadership are now not only great mates but winners!!
(Richard Gwilym wrote)
Beaumaris 5-1 Seaford United
A day that began under grey skies, ended in bright sunlight after a Junior Gala Day that had Beaumaris Reserve filled with yellow and blue shirts, there for the multiple attractions put on by the Club to complement the attendance of the 450 junior players for their end of season presentations. For the senior mens reserves and senior teams, it was about ,the maybe, as promotion to State League One, was a possibility but dependent on the result of the top of the table clash at Eltham, where a positive result and no draw would give Beauy every chance to overtake Doveton and grab a promotion place.
The day began well with the reserves winning 4- 2 before the Seniors took to the field, noting that commentators were in place at Eltham to relay news as it happened. Eltham scored after 3 minutes, and similarly, Beauy took the lead against an already relegated Seaford with a solid volley from Zach Lemke.
A scrappy first half followed with no further news from Eltham and at half time the anxious crowd buoyed by the chants of ' Come on Beauy' from the watching juniors, could see the 'live ladder' with Beauy in a promotion spot.
Second half began with Beauy well on top and two quick goals from skipper, Adam Hester put the result beyond doubt. News filtered through that Doveton had almost equalised, but then Eltham scored again !
Beauy grabbed a penalty converted by top scorer Toby Nowell,, before the countdown started as Eltham scored twice to put their result in no doubt before substitute Jordan Horn hit Beauy's fifth after a breakaway Seaford goal.
At the final whistle, the crowd erupted and the club rooms were filled with the wining song, whilst the juniors continued on the climbing wall and bouncy castle !
Next season with additional facilities being organised locally, the ever hard working Committee, led by Joe Mottolla is focused on developing across male and female senior and junior groups supported by the new Beauy 'Mumtildas' squad with an over 35's ladies competition under way in 2018.
A great day!
Our Director of Football Steve Mautone will retire from BSC at the end of the 2017 season and the Committee want to express their thanks to Steve for his commitment and efforts to ensure the FFV curriculum of football is embedded and that our junior players have the best possible start in developing their skills whilst enjoying the beautiful game.
Steve’s will transition to our new Director of Football in the coming weeks and assist in prioritising and preparing for the 2018 season. Members of your Committee – Bec Hicks (Registrar), Mike Stone (Female Football Representative); Bruce Maclaren (Senior Football Representative) and President Joe Mottola met to interview and select from the candidates who applied for the role. We’re pleased to announce Tony Tsiakos has been appointed and he will join us to meet players, parents, coaches and team managers at our Junior Gala Day on Saturday 9 September.
The Director of Football role sets the tone and principles for our Junior section and we’re pleased that Tony has excellent credentials. He is keen to get to know all coaches and players and build on the platform already established and says:
I’m excited for the 2018 season ahead, and to be working with each and every one of you. I’m also delighted to join a humble but very well regarded club at Beaumaris and to join the BSC family. I’m impressed by what I have seen so far and can’t wait to build on this program and take our football development curriculum further. My vision is clear for BSC & I’m working with Steve to ensure to a smooth transition continuing the excellent work he has done.
For those of you that don’t know me, my recent background was as Football Director at the National Premier League club Bentleigh Greens over 8 years implementing the FFV Curriculum there and coaching at both Senior & Junior level. I have completed my Youth and Senior B & C Licences. This year I was Technical Director and coached the U14 A team at Bayside Argonauts. My philosophy is about teaching possession football with players being comfortable on the ball allowing them to confidently pass “from the back” until a shooting opportunity is made. I will be working closely with all BSC coaches and will also concentrate on a 6 week skills development cycle in our training sessions. We will use a Discovery Phase for beginners and a Skill Acquisition programme to focus on the four core skills every player can achieve:
For our older juniors we move to Game Training preparing them for competitive senior football by applying personal ball skills with functional game skills in a team setting. This develops tactical awareness, decision making and perception using game situations in training. I urge you all to introduce yourself to me and shout out if you would like to have a chat. My ear is always available. Best of luck to all the players and teams for the remainder of the 2017 season. Go Beauy!
Under 8 - lost in the final
Under 9 - won the final
Under 10 - didn’t make it out of first round
Under 11 - lost in semi final
Our Girls team lost to a much older and bigger Sandy team who were the eventual winners and drew with Argonauts losing only by goal difference in the group stage. A good showing from a mix of u10 and 3 u12 players.
Our Boys teams featured strongly with our Under 8s losing in the final after winning their group, our Under 9s winning their group and the final, our Under 10s fighting hard but not making the knock out stage and our Under 11s losing a close fought semi-final.
Congratulations to all players, coaches and team managers for wearing the blue & yellow with pride. Look out for an update soon from our new Director of Football Tony Traicos on pre-season football at Beauy
2017 FFV CODE OF SPECTATOR'S BEHAVIOUR
2017 FFV CONDITIONS OF ENTRY TO CLUB VENUES
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Club Info/Club Documents
Lifetime Member Terry Cheverton BSC President 1996-2001, committee member 1994-2001...
Lifetime Member Jim Blower, BSC Vice President 1999-2002, committee member 1996-1999...
The Club are delighted to announce that they have reached agreement with Seaview Health Group to provide discounted services on osteopathy, podiatry, and physiotherapy plus a 1 hour massage service, to all Beauy soccer club members and their immediate families (parents/guardians and siblings).
Seaview Health based at 328 Balcombe Rd , Beaumaris have agreed to provide the above services with a $10 discount and also a reduction in the initial consultation fee from $110 to $85.
All that you need to do is to contact the clinic and refer to the player’s name, age group and team before booking your treatment and receiving the benefit of the discount!
Contact the clinic on 9589 7815 or visit their website, CLICK HERE
Beaumaris Campus of Sandringham Secondary College
Beaumaris SC has been working with the State Government and the MCC Foundation since 2014 on ensuring the new education facility at the Beaumaris campus of Sandringham Secondary College provides for FFA approved completion standard facilities for junior and senior football. David Richards, VP of BSC, has ensured that the development provides for juniors and seniors, male and female, including changing and canteen facilities for all.
“This is a game changer for BSC” said David “as it will provide for training and playing facilities throughout the year, 4 nights per week and at weekends, and during the school holiday period, meaning we can offer all our members the facilities they deserve.”
BSC were instrumental in getting the grass soccer facility installed in 2005 and this has been key to providing a suitable playing facility for our juniors, but restricted because of the lack of lighting and changing facilities. Whilst there is still much work to be done to have the facility ready for January 2018 we expect it to be available and that it will increase membership demand as it takes shape. Preference for registrations in 2018 will be given to those members registered in 2017.
We encourage all members to go to link attached to add your comments on the need to provide adequate facilities for all in the community as part of this $20m development