For all your travel plans in 2020 go to
and book fantastic
- Luxury Cruising HQ,
- River Cruising HQ and
- Discount Travel Deals HQ
for more details
To all our wonderful Beaumaris Soccer Club family,
from all of us on the committee we wish you a happy and safe Christmas. May we always be ever mindful of the spirit of sharing and caring, love and generosity of the Christmas.
Thank you to everyone for simply being a part of this wonderful community. To our amazing volunteers, thanks so much and to your brilliant committee that just keep on giving.
We have so much to look forward to at BSC in 2020, each year bigger and better than the previous. 2020 will be so exciting for us all with our new pavilion finally being built towards the end of the season. Keep an eye on the BSC website http://www.beaumarissc.com.au/ and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/beaumarissc/) for all the important updates and also for all the registration details for the coming season.
A quick reminder about the launch of our new website early in 2020. We're running a competition for the best soccer photo or video of your Beaumaris kids with a $100 canteen voucher awarded by the committee for the winning photo or video.
Send in your entries to Jessica Gratz firstname.lastname@example.org by 23rd December 2019.
Happy Christmas. See you all in the new year.
Your BSC President
Beaumaris Sports Pavilion Update
After a crisis committee meeting on Monday (18th) learning that without a notice a motion will be held on the next day’s Council Meeting to put a Heritage overlay over the Beaumaris Reserve precinct which includes the Arts Centre, the Tennis Centre and the Soccer Pavilion.
Our new pavilion and our Club’s future was at risk.
The Committee got in action and organised on the shortest notice members to speak at the Council Meeting to prevent a Heritage overlay on the Soccer Pavilion and
… WE (THEY) DID IT!!
Tuesday’s (19th) night’s Council meeting turned out to be a marathon affair.
Speaking on behalf of the soccer club were Vice President Dave Richards, President Joe Mottola, committee members Suzana Zambassi and Marc Gibson. From the playing side we also had Nicole Cook, Lucy and Zoe Allison and Chloe Johnson (the last 3 being junior players). Representing parents we had Sarah Allison and Silke Davis who have junior girls (and boys) at the club and a powerful letter from Michelle Team Manager of the Sapphires.
All of our speakers focussed on a few points.
1. The building is wholly unfit for purpose but especially disadvantages female players.
2. Council had already approved the redevelopment.
3. The building has no architectural merit and does not deserve even consideration for heritage listing.
4. By delaying and possibly stopping redevelopment councillors will be held responsible by our 600 active members plus their parents, grandparents, siblings and children.
The message was powerfully put - especially impactful were Zoe, Lucy and Chloe in their uniforms explaining how this will impact them. So much so in fact that council amended the motion to specifically exclude the pavilion from the overlay study and continue with detailed plans for the new building.
The camaraderie amongst the club members who attended is what sets us apart and the fact that we will be able to continue to build on the success of the future by enticing more female football players with fantastic facilities is testament to the hard work you all have put in.
All in all was a great result. Thank you again to everyone who attended on such short notice. You did us all proud.
The future is bright once again for the YELLOW & BLUE!!
But we should not get complacent now and definitely stay alert.
To hear our members and daughters speak.
Sarah starts at 2:05:53 with Lucy and Zoe to follow - Chloe was at 2:41:50
Having secured the build of a new soccer pavilion at last Tuesday's Council meeting your Committee are now working on the detailed planning.
We appreciate the contribution and expertise of Junior coach Tony Vella and Vets player Terry Randall to the design and specification.
Our aim is to have the new pavilion ready for season 2021. But we need your support to achieve that. Please contact local councillors Clarke Martin (Mayor) and Laurie Evans as only they can ensure it is delivered on time.
Remember our girls and women deserve better. None of us are equal until all of us are equal. We are One!
We will not be denied equality, dignity and fairness. We are the future. We will never fade away.
This is her story,
Make it history!
CALLING ALL SENIOR FEMALE PLAYERS!
Our Senior Women are looking for players to join their recently promoted STATE 2 women’s squad.
After a successful 2019 season in state 3 we are looking for players to help strengthen our team as we take on the challenges in state 2.
For more information contact our senior women’s coach Danielle: email@example.com OR Mike Stone: Mike_Stone2@hotmail.com
MINIROOS (U7-U11) IN 2020:
Registrations will open in January, pre-season training to commence February.
GOAL KICK (4-6 years) IN 2020:
Commences May 2020
PLEASE KEEP AN EYE ON OUR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS REGARDING REGISTRATION AROUND MID-JANUARY
Tony Tsiakos, Junior Director of Football | Beaumaris Soccer Club
M: 0419 002980 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW SENIOR COACH APPOINTED FOR 2020
The Committee of Beaumaris Soccer Club is delighted to announce the appointment of David Gibson to the position of Senior Coach in 2020. David has acted as Senior Assistant Coach for the last 2 seasons & has a long history associated with our club whom he played for from the age of 6 through to captaining our senior side for a number of years.
His development as a coach has been ongoing for several years now, with roles with the NTC program & other senior sides which attaining his B License – he is the epitome of a modern day coach & importantly someone who will reinforce the cultural values of Beaumaris SC – a club he has been a part of for much of his footballing life.
David will be the youngest senior coach in our history & will be assisted by the great Kristian Sarkies, former Socceroo & Melbourne Victory Star who retired from our senior side last season but will bring a wealth of knowledge & player connections to the club. This dynamic young team will herald a new era for the club as we continue to seek further improvement & progression in our senior football programs
JUNIOR AWARDS DAY 2019
Coach’s award: Theeran Goyal
Best & fairest: Will Maddern
Player’s player: Christian Desmond
Golden boot: Nathaniel Desmond
Best & fairest- Emma Logan
Coach’s award - Lara Frigio
Players Player - Ruby Mason
Players’ player: Liam Griffiths
Best and Fairest: Ashar Patel
Golden Boot: Daniel Paron
Coach’s award: Marcus Dun
Most improved: Ethan Tsiakos
Coach’s award: Tomasz Wrzesinski
Best & fairest: Morgan Grasso
Player’s player: Thomas Dumoff
Golden boot: Liam Campbell
Coach’s Award : Conan Richards
Players Award : Luca Roskam
Best & fairest: Chris Moews
Players Player - Mathew Diakogeorgiou
Coach’s Award - Will Lomagno
Golden Boot - George Arzanas
Best & Fairest - Nicolas Tsiakos & Dom Shelley
Players Player: David Clifton-Brown
Coach’s Player: Stuart Sharpe
Best & Fairest (game day): Neil Forbes
Golden Boot: Ben Cacciotti
Best Match Report: Darren Sutton
W.O.T.Y Award: Ed Viel
BEAUY'S 2019 GALA NIGHT
READY TO PARTY
FIXTURES AND RESULTS: FFV LADDER
THE PLANTING OF THE LONE PINE AT THE BEAUMARIS CENOPATH
with the attendance of our U9 Broncos at the Ceremony
Saturday 24th August next to our Club rooms
This is a response sent by Sue Beazley:
This morning I attended a service at the Beaumaris Cenotaph for the planting of the lone pine to commemorate those who fell at Gallipoli and remain in unmarked graves at Lone Pine. I wanted to thank your young soccer players who were so respectful and attentive to the service when I am sure they would have preferred to get on with their soccer. They were a credit to their parents and your Club. Could you please pass on my thanks to your young players, their respectful behaviour was noted by all present and added to the ceremony.
2019 PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT!
It is with great pleasure and gratitude that we can confirm your club's ongoing relationship with Porshe Centre Brighton for the 2019 season. It is only with the financial support of our major business partners, such as Porsche Centre Brighton, that the Club is able to provide the facilities and infrastructure for both our junior and adult members to train, compete, and enjoy their soccer.
Porsche Centre Brighton, marketing manager, Krissy McLean, commented that the Centre was keen to support a Bayside community organisation and, in conjunction with our committee sponsorship director, Marc Gibson, was looking to further enhance the relationship this year.
Three of our State League One senior men's squad are pictured at the Porsche Centre in Brighton recently to cement the relationship, and our State League women’s team will also be visiting the Centre shortly.
If you are thinking of upgrading your vehicle, please consider supporting Porsche Centre Brighton in 2019 and adding to the growing list of Beauy members who are customers. Go to www.porschebrighton.com.au.
Owning a Porsche is a lot closer than you think!
Joe Mottola, club President noted Porsche Brighton’s commitment to supporting its local community and in particular a club with a passion for the highest possible sporting performance at all levels.
Joe said, The Porsche brand is a leader in sporting performance and its dedication to sharing its passion for performance with a Beauy’s commitment to making 2018 a successful season for all players and parents is a great match. We look forward to welcoming the Porsche Brighton team at our club events and our teams will proudly wear the Porsche Brighton logo. We see an increasing number of Porsche cars at the club so it’s clear that our members are enjoying the experience the Porsche Brighton team offer.
PERSONAL TRAINING & NUTRITION
Beaumaris SC is delighted to announce that former senior player Michael Farnham will be associated with the club in 2019. Michael has a business in the local Bayside area & will provide assistance to our senior squad throughout the season with a strength & conditioning program & will be available for any of our members needs.
“I have been working in the fitness industry for the last 4 years and my goal was to open my own Personal Training Studio by 2020. I have managed to pursue my dream in 2018 opening Ecofit Personal and Group Training in July this year. The vision of Ecofit is to promote a sustainable lifestyle in a community orientated environment and focusing on Personal Training, Group Training, Strength and Conditioning, Yoga Classes and Nutrition Consultations. I have played soccer since the age of 9 and have previously played at Beaumaris Soccer Club for 4 years but due to injury I was forced to put my love for the game on hold and I am now focusing on new goals. I have been able to combine strength and conditioning to many of my clients from all backgrounds and with this knowledge and experience, I believe it will benefit the players for the upcoming season and put them a step above the competition. I am very proud to be a part of the Beaumaris Soccer Club again and I look forward to assisting any players, members & parents during the 2019 season.”
Michaels contact details are:
Contact: 0421 104 777
Follow on Instagram and Facebook @ecofitpt