2006 Newsletter

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Welcome to the 2006 season with the Blueys.

Registrations are complete for another year and our season starts with trial matches at Knapsack over the next two weekends. These will allow the teams and coaches to get the cobwebs out and begin to mould their play.

Our Premier and reserve teams have been training hard since early January and have already had two or three trial matches. They are going to be a formidable squad this year and will be worth watching on Sunday afternoons.

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BMSC Team Grading’s for 2006

The Nepean Association has issued the divisions for the 2006 season.

Please note: Teams may be regraded, up or down, after the first three competition rounds depending on the results of their competition games.

Teams that are regraded or have played teams that have been regraded will be required to play catch-up games.

Under 5, 6, 7 & 8 team names remain as they are.

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Free Soccer Ball

Blue Mountains Soccer Club urgently requires soccer players for the following age groups:

  • Under 7 – At least 2 players needed for good numbers.
  • Under 9 – Currently have 24 players. At least 2 players needed.
  • Under 11 – Currently have 24 players. At least 2 players needed.

Bring along a friend and have them sign up with BMSC in one of the age groups listed above and you will receive a free brand new BMSC soccer ball when they sign up.

Please note U9 & U11 ages groups require players to be graded. Click here for grading information.

Roster – Canteen & Fields

Line marking and field setup (nets, etc.) for Saturday requires 6 people to start at 7:30 am.
Field setup for Sunday requires 2 people from each team to setup their field.

Canteen requires two people at a time for the duration of the duty. This is usually shared amongst the parents or players(14yrs and above) of the team.

Please also note that a roster will need to be done when the competition draw arrives, unfortunately the teams that will be rostered on for the first and fourth rounds will have very short notice so please be patient with BMSC as we have little control as to when the draw is issued.

FIFA World Cup™ Trophy Tour

Ever dreamt of seeing the FIFA World Cup Trophy up close? A select few did just that in Sydney today.

Historic global journey of the “real” FIFA World Cup Trophy. It is the first time that the real, solid gold trophy will be making a world tour, visiting 31 cities in 28 countries over a three-month stretch.

The world’s most famous and coveted trophy, which has been recently renovated by its original creator, Silvio Gazzaniga, in Milan, Italy, will travel to a mixture of countries that have qualified for the World Cup finals and others that have not.

The authentic, one-of-a-kind FIFA World Cup™ Trophy is 36.8 centimetres (14.5 inches) high, 6,175 grammes (13.61 pounds) in weight, and made of solid, 18-carat gold. The base contains two layers of semi-precious malachite while the bottom of the trophy bears the engraved year and name of each FIFA World Cup™ winner since 1974.

Source. www.FIFA.com

Soccer Calendar

Saturday, 25 March – U6-U14 Competition starts
Sunday, 26 March – Senior U15 & Above Competition starts

Saturday, 19 April – Complete draw issued for U9 & above


Lost and Found

If you’re missing anything, please see the Duty Officer this weekend.

Lost or found something at Knapsack Park, then let us know by e-mailing the Club at …..

Match Reports

U14.5 – 11 March 2006

BMSC 0 vs Blaxland 4

Blue Mountains started slowly but improved as the game developed into an even contest in the second half. Despite some brave saves from James, good defensive work from Tom, Liam and Ben and some penetrating runs from Steve, Scott and Tim, the fast Blaxland forwards were able to score 4 goals without reply.

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BMSC Prems vs Polonia Soccer Club

On a hot, Sunday afternoon, Blue Mountains Soccer Club, faced up to Polonia Soccer Club at Chopin Park, Plumpton.

The game was played in a friendly manner, with the referee allowing a break every 20 minutes due to the heat.

Polonia could not match our boys’ intensity, even though they placed the ball in the back of the net, Blueys’ reciprocated 2 minutes later, and carried on from there.

I spoke to Polonia’s coach, Fr. Ryszard Gamanski), yes, that’s right a Catholic priest, the day after the game and he highly praised the boys from the Mountains.

He has asked me to implement a pre-season competition next year, the ” Polonia Cup” and stated that the first team to get an invite would be the team that Polonia lost to yesterday.

Report by Adam Ryszard Ostrowski

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Call to Duty
Saturday 18/3/2006
Sunday 19/3/2006

Duty Officer

Len Bowman
Steven Newton
Duty Officer
Simon Patterson
Dave Biczo
Nets – up:
Nets – down:
Last Teams Playing
Nets – up:
Nets – down:
First Teams Playing
Last Teams Playing
Line Marking:
Line Marking:
8.30 – 10:30 – 6.F
10:30 – 12:30 – 6.L
12:30 – 15:30 – 12.6
8.30 – 12:00 – AA.13
12:00 – 15:30 – AAL.2
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