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  • Revised draw out now
  • Photo day 28/6/03
  • Football Expo
    (See events for details)

Welcome to the first issue of the BMSC e-Newsletter. In an effort to improve communications by the Club with the parents, children and members involved with BMSC, this regular newsletter will detail all the latest news and events involving the club and it’s members. The newsletter will also provide details of upcoming events, e.g. rosters, soccer clinics and photo days. The Club would like to include articles from players and members on any issues concerning the Club, or just an article on how your team is going this year. So if you would like to submit an article for the e-Newsletter, just email the details to the Club at …..


News and Coming Events

New Look Web site

BMSC has a new look web site at a brand new and easy to remember address. So for the latest results, fixtures and match reports check out. www.bmsoccer.com.au

 

New Draw

Our Comp. Secretary has just posted a revised draw on the new web site.
For more details:
www.bmsoccer.com.au

Raffle Tickets

Nepean Association is running a fund raising raffle in conjunction with Retravision, a total of $25,000 worth of prizes are up for grabs. Tickets and further information will be handed out to team managers in the next few weeks.

Photo Day

The 28th of June has been booked as our 2003 photo day. All junior teams are playing at home. Further information will be handed out by your manager next week.

Junior Coaching Course

We are currently looking for coaches who are interested in attending a two day Junior coaching workshop run by Nepean on the 15th & 22nd of June 2003.
For further information please contact Ian Monaghan ASAP on 4739 ****.

 

Telstra Football Expo

The Telstra Football Expo 2003 is on this weekend June the 14th & 15th at The Dome, Sydney Showground, Olympic Park 10am – 5 pm daily.
For more details: www.footballexpo.com.au

Your Feedback

To ensure that the Blue Mountains Soccer Club works to the advantage and benefit of all members the Management Committee invites any comments and suggestions from any member of the Club. If you have any suggested improvements etc please submit them to the Club via the email contact page on our web site or e-mail to …..

Canteen Operations, Can You Assist?

The Committee is looking for interested parents/coaches/players/supporters to assist our Canteen Manager with the effective operation of the Club’s Canteen.
If you’re interested in helping, please call Tony Adamski, Secretary, on 0402 *** *** or e-mail
….. and we will put you in touch with the Canteen Manager.

 


Call to Duty

Round 12 – Saturday 14/6/2003
Round 12 – Sunday 15/6/2003
Duty Officer AM:
Tom Holmes
Duty Officer AM:
AA.6 Steven Cox
Duty Officer PM:
Greg Petley
Duty Officer PM:
Keith Hayman
Nets:
8.L
Nets:
35.2
Line Marking:
N/A
Line Marking:
N/A
Canteen:

6.L – 8:30 -10:30
6.O – 10:30 -Close

Canteen:

16.G2 – 8:30 -10:30
AA.6 – 10:30 -12:30
P1Y – 12:30 – Close


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The following members are currently serving on the Club Committee in 2004

  • PRESIDENT – Gordon Aiken
  • VICE PRESIDENT – Ian Monaghan
  • SECRETARY – Vacant
  • TREASURER – Len Bowman
  • COMPETITION SECRETARY – Gordon Aiken
  • ASSISTANT SECRETARY – Vacant
  • REGISTRAR – Neil Creagh
  • ASSISTANT REGISTRAR – Steve Hurley
  • PROMOTIONS – Michael Hampson
  • PUBLICITY OFFICER – Michael Hampson
  • FIELD OFFICER – Tony Adamski
  • MAINTENANCE OFFICER – Noel Hanrahan
  • COACHING COORDINATOR – James Rees
  • ROSTER OFFICER– David Biczo
  • EQUIPMENT OFFICER – Margaret Semeniuk
  • WOMEN’S COORDINATOR – Margaret Semeniuk
  • CANTEEN OFFICER – Georgina Hameister
  • CHILD PROTECTION OFFICER – Martin Trigg
  • SAFETY OFFICER – Martin Trigg
  • SENIOR TEAM REPRESENTATIVE – David Biczo
  • WEBMASTER – Martin Trigg
  • PUBLIC OFFICER – Greg Cox (non Committee member)

SUB COMMITTEES

  • GRADING – David Biczo, Michael Hampson, Steve Hurley, Martin Trigg
  • CANTEEN – Pauline Trigg

SEASON 1969
On behalf of the Management Committee it is with pleasure that I welcome all our old and new members to the 1969 season.

I have been associated with Soccer in this area for seven years. Initially with Lapstone United and then as a foundation member of the Blue Mountains Soccer Club, which is now in its fifth year.

In 1965 Blue Mountains (Sports) Club entered four teams in the N.D.S.F.A. Competition. Glenbrook Baptist and Springwood entered one team each.

This year we have entered twelve teams and our neighbouring clubs have increased their entries correspondingly.

From these figures can be seen the rapid growth of soccer which has occurred in our club and in the district.

From the Club point of view it means
a. That great demands are placed on the management Committee in organisation.
b. Expenditure on items such as balls, shirts, registration fees to the Association ($138 this season) have increased and will need to be recovered.

Managers are required for several teams. Managers duties consist of organising the teams to the required venue (Parents please assist in transport).

Filling the team card in if the coach is not there, obtaining oranges and organising laundering of shirts. Not much soccer knowledge required here.

Coaching is a different matter, requiring knowledge, ability to teach, patience, and above all a sense of humour. In this club we are proud to have six qualified coaches, the only club in the district to claim this distinction.

Our general aim is to raise the standard of soccer in our club and if by doing so, we happen to win some trophies, this will be like icing on the cake.

Please give your support generously, particularly to the struggling teams.

Learning to lose sportingly is not only a part of soccer but a part of life and the lessons to be learnt in a team sport such as soccer will benefit both mind and body.

T. PARKHOUSE, PRESIDENT.
As president, I present to you, your 1969 Club Officials, whom I am sure will assist wherever possible throughout the year:-

CLUB POSITION NAME ADDRESS PHONE NO.
President T. Parkhouse 20 Koala Road, BLAXLAND 71-0252.
Vice Presidents – A. Kavanagh 59 Bridge Road, BLAXLAND 71-749.
– F. Duffy 72 Rickard Road, WARRIMOO Warrimoo 480.
Hon. Secretary R. Freeman 15 Hill Street, GLENBROOK.
Hon. Treasurer J. Lumsden Jnr Lot 3, Grey Street, EMU PLAINS.
Club Registrar B. Newman 17 Moore Street, GLENBROOK.
Asst. Secretary & Social Games Organiser T. Schneiders Graham Street, BLAXLAND.
Publicity Officer G. Wadwell 40 Mathew Parade, BLAXLAND.

TEAM MANAGERS AND COACHES FOR THE 1969 SEASON ARE:

TEAM MANAGER PHONE NO COACH PHONE NO.
U/6 Jim Lumeden Jnr. Jim Lumsden Snr.
U/7 Mrs. N. Guerin Garry Renshaw
U/8A M. O’ Grady Warrimoo 425 Colin Nielson
U/8B Les Barnes Tony Schneiders
U/9A Wally Hawke Wally Hawke
U/9C Peter Cabell Terry Parkhouse 71-0252
U/1OA Arthur Cavanagh John Way
U/lOC Bob Lever Jock Farr
U/12B Don Bullard Barry Newman
U/13 E. Mullett 51-2485
U/21 Jim Lumsden Jnr. Jim Lumsden Snr.
A/A. Terry Parkhouse 71-0252
OFFICIAL CLUB COACH – Mr. Harry Larkins
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NOTE TO PARENTS
Please assist Managers and Coaches by making sure your children are punctual for each game.
Also help by cheering the boys on from the side-line.
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CRYSTAL BALL CORNER
In the 1968 “Crystal Ball Corner” we advised Club members to watch the results of a number of our very young teams and as we all know one of our Under 7’s were Joint Premiers and Under 8’s were runners-up, but 1969 we are going right out on a limb and nominating the team to watch in 1969. That is our Mighty Atoms, the Under 6’s under the very capable Father and Son combination of The Jim Lumsden’s (Senior and Junior).

The “Dark Horse” honours will go to our Under 21’s who this year are assisting in probably pathfinding a new Nepean Association Division, as in 1969 there are now 5 Under 21 teams playing in the All Age 2nd Division Competition. However, 1970 could see a complete under 21 competition.

In 1969 we also expect to break all Club records in the number club players who will attain Nepean United Association Representative Team honours.

Summer Coaching Class
At the end of the 1968 Season. the club held its second summer coaching with a record enrolment Of 98, which was very encouraging to tho coaches involved.
We were very fortunate to have a visit from Mr N Sokoloff, a coach from the St. George Budapest Soccer Club, who passed on valuable hints to the boys.

Boot Pool
The club will be having another Boot Pool which will be held within the first two to three weeks of the football competition. For further information please contact your coach.

New Members
A warm welcome to those Parents who have joined tile club as non-playing members and we would like to see many more of the parents joining and taking an interest by attending General Meetings,

Socks
Club socks can be obtained at Mick Simmons – Penrith. Remember all white sock with two blue rings around top.

Referees
Once again the club must emphasize that it stands behind the decisions and/or judgement of our District Referees and would ask all team managers, coaches and B.M.S.C. Parents to support this view.

The Management Committee wish the twelve teams success and trust all parents will have a most enjoyable season.

Team
9.4 – Competition Winner, Round Robin Winner
10.6 – Competition Runner Up
11.7 – Competition Runner Up, Round Robin Runner Up
12.1 – Competition Runner Up
16.3 – Competition Winner
17.1 – Competition Runner Up
21.1 – Knock Out Competition Winner, Champion of Champions Runner Up

2003 SPECIAL AWARDS
Robbie Madden Award – Highest Placed Division/Age Comp – 16.3
John Costello Award – Most Improved – 17.1
Tony Millington Award – Battlers – 9.8
Dedication Award – 9.4
The Margaret Wagner Award – Senior Best and Fairest – Joel Carson (AA.6)
2003 Club Person Award – Barry Summers

10 Year Awards
Simon Crawley, Andrew Dracy, Ben Firth, Brad Konemann, Iain Martyn, Brett Monaghan, Jason Semeniuk, Nathan Shuttleworth

20 Year Awards
John Emmingham, Julian Nixon

 VOLUME 4 SEASON 1968

This is the first, (but not our last), of our Newsletter for Season 1968 and it is with pleasure that I take this opportunity of welcoming all new Members and Sincerely wish both New and Old members a successful and enjoyable 1968 Soccer Season with us.

A. KAVANAGH PRESIDENT

As President, I present to you, your 1968 Club Officials, whom I am sure will assist wherever possible throughout the year:-

CLUB

POSITION NAME ADDRESS PHONE NO.

PRESIDENT A. KAVANAGH 59 BRIDGE RD BLAXLAND 71-749

VICE PRESIDENTS T. PARKHOUSE 20 KOALA RD BLAXLAND

G. JOHNSON 9 BARINGA RD BLAXLAND 71-166

HON. SECRETARY R. LAMBERTON 3 BELLEREEVE AVE. BLAXLAND 71-497

HON. TREASURER E. MULLETT 17 GREENS PDE. VALLEY HEIGHTS 51-2485

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With increasing players it is necessary to find Managers and Coaches to accommodate them and 1968 has seen a considerable growth in this important aspect of our Club. There is no doubt throughout the coming Season these new Club Officials will present improvements and new ideas for Club Development.

CLUB DEVELOPMENT

The subject of Club development since 1967, we think you will find of interest and briefly we set out below some comments :-

(A) SUMMER COACHING CLASS

During Sept. – Oct., 1967 the Club conducted its first Summer Coaching Class for players under the age of 8.

Results are that the Club in 1968 is entering 1 under 6, 2 under 7 and 2 under 8 teams in the Nepean District Competitions. Keep your eyes on their results during 1968 is the cry of one Club Manager (naturally biased but well meant).

(B) ADMINISTRATION

Club Administration has been extended in that there are now separate positions of Club Registrar (Mrs. Aileen Greenhough), and a Social Games Organiser (W. Hawke), thus relieving our new Club Secretary, Mr. Bob Lamberton, of two important tasks.

(C) COACHES

An improvement of immense value to our local lads was the attendance, of 7 Club Managers and/or coaches during February, 1968, at a Special Soccer Coaching Course conducted by the N.S.W. Federation of Soccer Coaches in association with Nepean District S.F.A.

All are anxiously awaiting their results, but already at training sessions the new found knowledge is being expounded and players are showing improvement.

(D) GROUNDS

Grave concern was apparent amongst officials late in 1967, that with increasing numbers of players interested in playing Soccer so would be unable to accommodate them due to lack of grounds and training facilities.

Discussions were held and as you now know we have been granted use of the now Glenbrook Parks Committee for their assistance and the amicable manner in which discussions have been conducted.

(E) PRE-SEASON SOCIAL GAMES

Introduction of Pre-season social games on a Club basis has been introduced and we are sure all will agree, these are a necessity and have proven beneficial.

More on this subject further on.

(F) BOOT POOL

Yes, another new development, and under Mr. John Way’s directions ably assisted by our “Ladies of the Tent”, the Second hand boot Pool has proven successful. Not only has it catered for Players, parents pockets, but also 25 cents on each pair assists Club Funds to acquire new equipment.

Assistance to parents in the Boot situation has also been given by Mr. FRANK LEY and we take this opportunity of thanking him.

IMPROVEMENT NEEDED

It is definitely a “MALES” world inside the Soccer field but there is little doubt the Ladies are predominantly masters of the side lines and the activities required to organise stalls, make shirts and make sure Son gets to game on time in a neat and tidy manner.

Without doubt 1968 needs a “Ladies Supporter’s Group” introduced to assist at Club Functions and for a Representative to be a delegate at Club meetings.

Well Ladies are you interested, we can arrange a Hall, Meeting time and Notices for the Meeting. All you have to do if interested is to write down your name and address on a piece of paper and hand to Club Manager or Official.

CLUB NOTES OF INTEREST

1. All soccer competitions commence on Saturday 6th April. No competition games will be held Easter Weekend. Best of luck to all teams.

2. Club socks can be obtained at Mick Simmons – Penrith. Remember all white sock with 2 blue rings around top.

3. Any player NOT registered or not a financial member of Club should seek out Managers and arrange. Unregistered players could cost your team points and your Manager a FINE .

Parents, particularly for young players, your signature is required to complete form. Please assist by attending training or social game to sign.

4. The Club is entering 13 Teams in 1968, compared 8 teams in the Nepean District S.F.A. competitions.

5. 1968 Club Joining and Playing Fees are as follows:

PLAYING FEES – 1968 SEASON

It has been decided at MC Meeting 19.3.68 to increase playing fees as follows:

Junior up to and including U/16 team 25 cents Junior under 18 – NON WORKING 25 cants Junior – WORKING and 18 years and over 60 cents

It is unfortunate that fess have to be increased but the 1968 Season requires TWO (2) OVALS and TWO (2) TRAINING NIGHTS to be paid for, We must have a new set of nets this year ($55.00 worth) and a complete set of new balls must be purchased – Association Costs have increased hence our Registration Fees etc. have increased to the Association – also REFEREE FEES have increased.

It is your Club Executives job to contain these cost rises wherever possible and only through the work of people selling Raffle Tickets – Stalls etc. can we raise enough money to run this club without increasing playing fees further.

PRE SEASON GAMES

This year our teams have participated in Social game, mainly at Glenbrook Park and Jamison Park, and our Social games organiser Wal Hawks wishes to thank all who have participated in these days for having made the days so easy to conduct.

The co-operation of the Club Executive, Ladies of the Stall, Managers, Players, Parents and in particular Referees has set a very high standard to be attained in the future.

Although Wal did not wish to single out any particular person’s efforts, he has stated that all should congratulate Gary Renshaw, Colin Nielsen and Geoff Hunter for their contribution to the days. Thanks fellows. (N.B. All three are still in their teams.)

Unfortunately, we are all apt to make mistakes and one was made recently at one of our games and has come to the notice of the Club officials.

This particular incident has to be high-lighted so that we may all benefit and try and change our attitude on the side lines.

Once a Referee has called or made a decision HIS word is final although this may not suit everybody.

THIS CLUB CANNOT EMPHASIZE TOO STRONGLY THAT IT STANDS BEHIND THE DECISIONS AND/OR JUDGEMENT OF OUR DISTRICT REFEREES and would ask ALL Team Managers – Coaches and B.M.S.C. Parents to support THIS VIEW.

PERHAPS when circumstances give rise to criticism from the side lines, it would be far better to approach the Referee after the MATCH and discuss the particular ruling with him. You may find that you will leave the ground a little Wiser about the Rules of the game.

N.B. A vacancy due to the resignation (unfortunately) of past Secretary Mr. Peter Clarke, exists and that is ASSISTANT SECRETARY. Mr. R. Lamberton would be pleased to hear from you, if interested in helping out in this situation.

Your Team Managers and Coaches for the ’68 Season are:-

MANAGER PH. No. COACH PH. No.

ALL AGE TFRRY PARKHOUSE 710252 HARRY LARKINS 710516

U/15 BOB LUMSDEN JIM HUNTER 710146

U/13 STEWART JAY 710462 TED MULLETT 512485

U/11 B0B REID 710351 DAVE CUNNINGHAM 710386

U/10 BARRY NEWMAN 71788 BARRY NEWMAN

U/9 Blue JOHN WAY 71498 ARTHUR KAVANAGH 71749

U/9 White BOB LEVER JOCK FARR

U/8 Blue WALLY HAWKE WALLY HAWKE

U/B White OWEN PREECE 71917 GEOFF HUNTER 710146

U/7 Blue COL NIELSON

U/7 White LES BARNES 2331 TONY SCHNEIDER

U/6 DERICK TRANTOR GARRY RENSHAW 710105

OFFICIAL CLUB COACH. MR. HARRY LARKINS

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Duplicated by, PENRITH SECRETARIAL SERVICE 14 Woodriffe Street Penrith Phone 23124

Blue Mountains 0                 Cranebrook 0

What a way to finish the season, even though James, Jonathon, Benjamin,

Thomas, Zachary, Adrian and Jack (POM) did not score a goal neither did

Cranebrook who are normally strong competition.

All the boys had a great season and improved greatly. Thank you Coach Scott Macklin for all the effort and time you gave the boys.

N.D.S.F.A. Inc  SENIOR  COMPETITION  TABLES   10/08/2003

AGE  CLUB         P  W  D  L  GF   GA   GD  LP PTS

16.3
BLUE MNTNS        15 12  0  3  59   31   28   0  36
GLOSSODIA         15 11  2  2  70   21   49   0  35
S.M.C.            15  9  2  4  38   28   10   0  29
JAMISONTOWN       15  4  1 10  25   51  -26   0  13
ST CLAIR          15  3  3  9  26   42  -16   0  12
BLAXLAND          15  1  2 12  10   55  -45   0   5

16.G2
HAZELBROOK        14 10  2  2  34    6   28   0  32
SPRINGWOOD        14  9  1  4  33   15   18   0  28
BAND CLUB         14  8  0  6  39   29   10   0  24
PENRITH ROVERS    14  7  1  6  25   25    0   0  22
BLUE MNTNS        14  6  2  6  22   29   -7   0  20
HENRY LAWSON      14  5  2  7  21   40  -19   0  17
RICHMOND          14  4  1  9  21   34  -13   0  13
EMU PLAINS        14  2  1 11  10   27  -17   0   7

17.1
EMU PLAINS        15 13  1  1 101    8   93   0  40
BLUE MNTNS        15 10  2  3  45   24   21   0  32
RICHMOND          15  8  2  5  42   35    7   0  26
MULGOA            15  7  3  5  49   18   31   0  24
HAZELBROOK        15  2  0 13  17   99  -82   0   6
GLENMORE PK       15  1  0 14  16   86  -70   0   3

35.2
PENRITH RSL       14 12  0  2  51   16   35   0  36
BLAXLAND          14 11  2  1  33   12   21   0  35
BLUE MNTNS        13  7  2  4  47   19   28   0  23
PENRITH SC        14  5  3  6  33   29    4   0  18
BLIGH PK          13  5  2  6  30   31   -1   0  17
CRANEBROOK        13  4  2  7  24   35  -11   0  14
S.M.C.            13  3  3  7  18   40  -22   0  12
ST CLAIR          14  0  0 14  11   65  -54   0   0

PRM1
COLO              20 15  2  3  58   37   21   0  47
BAND CLUB         20 14  1  5  52   25   27   0  43
BLAXLAND          20 12  3  5  47   27   20   0  39
PENRITH ROVERS    20 12  2  6  38   18   20   0  38
BLUE MNTNS RED    20 10  6  4  40   30   10   0  36
WERRINGTON        20  8  4  8  43   38    5   0  28
HAZELBROOK        20  8  2 10  29   33   -4   0  26
EMU PLAINS        20  7  3 10  33   38   -5   0  24
BLUE MNTNS YLW    20  6  2 12  25   35  -10   0  20
GLENMORE PK       20  2  2 16  20   62  -42   0   8
HENRY LAWSON      20  2  1 17  20   62  -42   0   7

PRMR
PENRITH ROVERS    20 18  2  0  80    9   71   0  56
HAZELBROOK        20 15  1  4  51   26   25   0  46
BAND CLUB         20 14  2  4  48   22   26   0  44
GLENMORE PK       19  8  2  9  34   39   -5   0  26
WERRINGTON        20  6  7  7  36   36    0   0  25
HENRY LAWSON      19  8  1 10  27   36   -9   0  25
BLAXLAND          20  7  3 10  32   37   -5   0  24
EMU PLAINS        20  7  3 10  31   55  -24   0  24
BLUE MNTNS YLW    20  5  3 12  26   46  -20   0  18
BLUE MNTNS RED    20  4  1 15  20   55  -35   0  13
COLO              20  3  3 14  36   60  -24   0  12

AA.5
SPRINGWOOD        16 13  1  2  44   18   26   0  40
GLOSSODIA         16 11  2  3  47   21   26   0  35
BLAXLAND          16 10  1  5  53   27   26   0  31
ST CLAIR          16  9  1  6  37   37    0   0  28
RICHMOND          16  8  1  7  49   33   16   0  25
S.M.C.            16  6  1  9  40   51  -11   0  19
COLO              16  4  2 10  24   31   -7   0  14
BLUE MNTNS        16  3  1 12  40   64  -24   0  10
HENRY LAWSON      16  2  2 12  26   78  -52   0   8

AA.6
BLIGH PK          18 17  0  1  99    8   91   0  51
WARRADALE         18 13  1  4  56   34   22   0  40
CLAREMONT MDWS    18 12  1  5  46   29   17   0  37
CRANEBROOK        18 12  0  6  62   36   26   0  36
JAMISONTOWN       18 10  0  8  51   27   24   0  30
GLENMORE PK       18  8  1  9  45   53   -8   0  25
HAZELBROOK        18  5  1 12  46   66  -20   0  16
ST CLAIR          18  3  3 12  19   79  -60   0  12
BLUE MNTNS        18  2  3 13  25   66  -41   0   9
SPRINGWOOD        18  2  2 14  18   69  -51   0   8

AA.9
BAND CLUB         14 13  0  1  67   14   53   0  39
S.M.S.C.          14 12  1  1  93   19   74   0  37
PITT TOWN         14  8  1  5  47   36   11   0  25
PENRITH SC        14  6  1  7  24   28   -4   0  19
BLUE MNTNS        14  6  1  7  30   35   -5   0  19
HENRY LAWSON      14  4  0 10  28   73  -45   0  12
PENRITH RSL       14  3  0 11  33   39   -6   0   9
EMU PLAINS        14  2  0 12  17   95  -78   0   6

AA.L1
ST CLAIR          12  9  3  0  37    9   28   0  30
CRANEBROOK        12  8  3  1  35    8   27   0  27
BAND CLUB         12  8  2  2  38   13   25   0  26
HENRY LAWSON      12  7  0  5  33   12   21   0  21
BLUE MNTNS        12  3  1  8  10   42  -32   0  10
PENRITH SC        12  2  1  9   7   20  -13   0   7
GLENMORE PK       12  0  0 12   6   62  -56   0   0

AA.L3
BAND CLUB         12 11  0  1  53   14   39   0  33
BLAXLAND          12 10  0  2  49   13   36   0  30
MULGOA            12  9  0  3  54   14   40   0  27
GLENMORE PK       12  4  0  8  15   51  -36  -3   9
WARRADALE         12  2  2  8  27   41  -14   0   8
COLO              12  1  2  9   5   45  -40   3   8
BLUE MNTNS        12  1  4  7  16   41  -25   0   7

N.D.S.F.A. Inc       LEAGUE COMPETITION TABLES   3/08/2003

AGE  CLUB        P  W  D  L  GF   GA   GD  LP PTS

08.F
PENRITH SC       14 12  2  0  43    3   40   0  38
SPRINGWOOD       14  9  2  3  34   13   21   0  29
BLUE MNTNS       14  7  4  3  18   11    7   0  25
EMU PLAINS       14  8  1  5  26   28   -2   0  25
CRANEBROOK       14  7  2  5  21   18    3   0  23
PENRITH RSL      14  2  3  9  12   29  -17   0   9
GLENMORE PK      14  0  5  9   4   26  -22   0   5

08.L
SPRINGWOOD RED   14 11  2  1  48    6   42   0  35
HAZELBROOOK YLW  14  7  4  3  25   13   12   0  25
HAZELBROOK WHTE  14  6  5  3  19    8   11   0  23
SPRINGWOOD BLK   14  6  3  5  14   13    1   0  21
BLAXLAND         14  5  4  5  20   28   -8   0  19
BLUE MNTNS       14  4  3  7  10   12   -2   0  15
HAZELBROOK GLD   14  4  2  8  12   33  -21   0  14
SPRINGWOOD WHTE  14  0  3 11   4   39  -35   0   3

09.4
BLUE MNTNS       12  9  3  0  28    3   25   0  30
HAZELBROOK       12  8  3  1  37    4   33   0  27
MULGOA           12  7  4  1  22    9   13   0  25
WENTWORTH FALLS  12  5  2  5  23   18    5   0  17
HENRY LAWSON     12  2  3  7   8   30  -22   0   9
PENRITH RSL      12  1  2  9   8   31  -23   0   5
PENRITH SC       12  1  1 10   5   36  -31   0   4

09.8
GLENMORE PK      12  7  5  0  24    7   17   0  26
PITT TOWN        12  6  5  1  21    8   13   0  23
WARRADALE        12  5  4  3  12    9    3   0  19
ST CLAIR         12  5  2  5  15   15    0   0  17
BLAXLAND         12  4  0  8  13   24  -11   0  12
BLUE MTNS        12  2  4  6   6   17  -11   0  10
HAZELBROOK       12  1  4  7   5   16  -11   0   7

10.6
HAZELBROOK       14 14  0  0  53    3   50   0  42
BLUE MNTNS       14 10  0  4  36   15   21   0  30
COLO             14  8  1  5  26   13   13   0  25
S.M.C.           14  7  2  5  22   17    5   0  23
SPRINGWOOD       14  7  1  6  14   17   -3   0  22
CRANEBROOK       14  2  4  8  10   28  -18   0  10
BAND CLUB        14  2  2 10  17   31  -14   0   8
EMU PLAINS       14  0  2 12   5   59  -54   0   2

11.7
BLAXLAND         14 12  1  1  47    8   39   0  37
BLUE MNTNS       14 12  1  1  37    6   31   0  37
HENRY LAWSON     14  9  1  4  33   21   12   0  28
SPRINGWOOD       14  6  2  6  24   18    6   0  20
WENTWORTH FALLS  14  4  2  8  15   22   -7   0  14
S.M.S.C.         14  4  1  9  12   27  -15   0  13
PENRITH RSL      14  4  0 10  15   30  -15   0  12
CRANEBROOK       14  0  2 12   2   53  -51   0   2

12.1
COLO             12 11  1  0  45    8   37   0  34
BLUE MNTNS       12  9  0  3  30   19   11   0  27
BLAXLAND         12  6  4  2  22   15    7   0  22
ST CLAIR         12  6  1  5  24   18    6   0  19
SPRINGWOOD       12  3  3  6  19   22   -3   0  12
PENRITH SC       12  2  1  9  14   33  -19   0   7
HAZELBROOK       12  0  0 12   4   43  -39   0   0

13.6
GLOSSODIA        12 11  0  1  65    8   57   0  33
PITT TOWN        12 10  0  2  52   18   34   0  30
SPRINGWOOD       12  5  2  5  22   29   -7   0  17
BAND CLUB        12  5  2  5  25   35  -10   0  17
PENRITH RSL      12  3  2  7  23   40  -17   0  11
ST JOSEPHS       12  1  4  7   9   31  -22   0   7
BLUE MNTNS       12  1  2  9  11   46  -35   0   5

Blue Mountains    2                            St Marys SC       0

Goals: Brenton Bell   2

The boys showed how hard it is to back-up so soon after such an important game on Saturday and struggled early against St Marys.

Stevie Hooker had a stint in goals and did a fine job.  Alexander Talbot, Alec Hopkins and Tim Finter were solid at the back, getting to the ball first to turn around the hard running St Marys forwards.

The game was played in the mid-field where Brendan Whyte, Mitchell Carter, Mitchell Hunter and James Beech were very committed and had their opponents pulling out of loose ball contests.

Aden Heymans, Michael Breckenridge and Ben Hampson worked hard up front, each unlucky not to score as at least four shots flew over the bar.

A few half-time switches by the coach with an injection of speed saw our boys get on top in the second half.  Stevie Hooker and Brenton Bell really stretched the St Marys defence resulting in two good Brenton goals.

Mitchell Carter was the provider for each with his powerful through balls and our own little Ruud Van Nistlerooy reacted quickly to score.  Well done Boof Van Nistlerooy!

Team
9.6 – Round Robin Runner Up
10.9 – Competition Runner Up
11.2 – Competition Winner
16.2 – Round Robin Winner
17.1 – Round Robin Runner Up
18.2 – Competition Runner Up
35.2 – Top Four Runner Up
AA.L2 Gold – Competition Runner Up
AA.2 – Competition Winner and Top Four Winner
AA.6 – Top Four Semi Finalist
PREM1 – Competition Runner Up, Top Four Winner and Nepean Cup Winner

2002 SPECIAL AWARDS
Robbie Madden Award – Highest Placed Division/Age Comp – AA.2
John Costello Award – Most Improved – 11.2
Tony Millington Award – Battlers – 11.7
Dedication Award – 9.6
The Margaret Wagner Award – Senior Best and Fairest – Tim Workman (AA.2)
2002 Club Person Award – Tony Jones

10 Year Awards
Cameron Creagh, Tim Duck, Matt Furtner, Bodie Hanrahan, Jake Hanrahan, Trent Hanrahan, Ryan Heymans, Patrick Kirton, Jeff Lobb, Mat Patoulos, Mark Rodger, Mark Semeniuk

20 Year Awards
Michael Currey