NEXT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
29TH OCTOBER 2018
TIME AND LOCATION TO BE ADVISED
Beauy is delighted to announce use of the new Multi-Purpose Pitch under construction at the Beaumaris campus, Beaumaris Secondary College, in time for our 2019 pre-season programme.
As many members will have seen, the final stages of the impressive rebuild of the Beaumaris Secondary College campus are underway with lights and scoreboard now working for the new synthetic soccer pitch. We have been working with the MCC since 2015 to advise and guide on the pitch and related facilities, and we are looking forward to the new facility with dedicated change facilities, coaches boxes, lighting and scoreboard to be ready in November 2018 just in time for our pre-season for the 2019 campaign and for 2019 training and competition fixtures. The specification of the pitch is to FIFA Grade 1 standard and it will be marked for senior and junior competition and for the MCC’s lacrosse sports club.
“Having being instrumental in having the soccer pitch made for the school in 2003, its loss meant significant disruption for players and parents alike, and we thank you all for your patience whilst the new facilities were constructed. We also thank the MCCC management team for recognising the importance of sport in our community and we look forward to our boys, girls, senior men and women enjoying the facility when it becomes available” said president Joe Mottola
Details of training and competition fixtures to be held at the facility will be confirmed in early 2019 so be sure to renew your membership as the new facility will increase the demand for registrations. Existing members, as always, will be given priority.
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Sarah & Pete Allison’s daughter Zoe, student of Grade 9 at the Cornish College and school motto “Make a Difference” did make a difference.
Zoe donated Beauy’s soccer jerseys to a student class in Timor
Tim Lake, Design & Technology Teacher and Academic Care Leader - Year 9 presented the soccer jerseys and wrote:
“ For many families it is a struggle just to afford school uniforms let alone having the money for a sports uniform.
As you might expect they were very well received by the school and the students.
Thanks for your generosity and for thinking of supporting our visit and the young people of East Timor and please pass on our thanks to the members of your club.”
Proud to be involved. Well done Zoe.
THIS WEEKS RESULTS
State League 1 NEWS
withdraw from competition
Last week we were notified by the FFV that Morwell Pegasus had folded. This caused Competition Rule 2.1.4 to be invoke which has resulted in only the match results involving Morwell up to the half way stage of the season stand & any results post that are declared void & such games now recorded as a bye……see notice below:
Morwell Pegasus SC have withdrawn from Men's State League 1 South-East.
In accordance with 2.1.4 of the 2018 Men’s Rules of Competition - If a Team is withdrawn after the point of the season at which all Teams have played each other an equal number of times, a ‘BYE’ will be inserted for the remainder of the season to replace the withdrawn Team in the fixture, and:
i. Competition Fixtures involving the withdrawn Team up to the point of the season at which all Teams have played each other an equal number of times will remain.
ii. Competition Fixtures involving the withdrawn Team after the point of the season at which all Teams have played each other an equal number of times until the time the Team withdrew, will be erased.
Unfortunately this meant that the Beaumaris Senior win against Morwell 3 weeks ago is now null & void & as a result of this game being called a bye we have lost the 3 competition points won that day.
Beaumaris SC does not feel this outcome to be fair & not do we believe that regulation 2.1.4 provides an equitable outcome in any competition seniors or juniors in the event of a club folding and as a result have lodged a complaint to the FFV Competitions Dept. We have today met with FFV who acknowledge the difficulty this situation has created & while the regulation will stand for 2018, they have undertaken to review this for the 2019 season.
Player's Player Award - July
Eltham 0-0 Beaumaris
Beauy continued their unbeaten run stretching to eleven games with a hard fought draw on the artificial pitch in eltham. After a scrappy first half, beauy moved the ball better in the second term and had multiple chances with Zach Lemke hitting the bar and debutant, Matt Dickinson forcing a fine save from the home keeper. Eltham had a couple of breakaway chances, but beauy will feel they have lost two points here.
Reserves lost 1-3 with goal from Will Rudzevicius
Bye next week before final three games of the season.
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.
Seeking junior coaches for Beaumaris SC. Must have excellent communication skills, enthusiasm working with children coupled with a passion for football. Some coaching experience desirable but not essential as you will be guided by our Director of Football. This position will be remunerated accordingly.
This is a very exciting year for Beauy with our Senior team playing in State League 1 for the first time, so if you want to be part of a fantastic, family-friendly club please register your interest by contacting our Director of Football Tony Tsiakos on 0419 002980 or email@example.com
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Miguel Frances, Director at the Club providing advice to our Seniors
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