Welcome to season 2016 and what promises to be another fantastic year for the Macedon Cats.
Registrations for season 2015 are well under way and will remain open until Friday 20th February 2015. Many of you have already registered but there are also quite a few that have not yet registered.
For those re-registering, for the club to begin putting teams/coaches together and establish a training schedule we would encourage you register as soon as you are able to do so.
Our fees for season 2015 are $195 for single membership and $295 for a Family membership (2 or more siblings).
Please click on the link below and which will take you to our registration form on the Sporting Pulse site and then click on the form marked member registration to complete registration.
Payment is required at registration so please have either a Visa/Mastercard handy to complete payment/registration details.
If anyone has any queries please feel free to contact me at email@example.com
Lynda Burnip Registrar-Macedon Junior Football Club
Each year we have a group of parents putting their hands up to assist the club in the pivotal role of coaching and without exception it is an extremely rewarding experience for any parent/supporter. The opportunity to have such a strong influence on the development of our youth around town is invaluable and Do not be put off if you have not coached before as the support structure is terrific. The club will pay for all individuals interested in coaching to complete the Level 1 AFL Coaching Course which is a great introduction to coaching.
If you’re a bit nervous about being the main coach give some thought to an Assistant Coaching position. We have 2 Assistant Coaches for each team, so there’s plenty of support and backup within the coaching panel. If you’re interested in coaching in 2015 please contact Nick Lynch our Junior Development Officer.
There are a number of coaching courses being offered this year but it is important that you enrol as early as possible to ensure you get a place. Junior Development Officer: Nick Lynch Ph: 0447 891 020 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
While the coaches may be seen to be always stealing the limelight on the field it is the Team Manager that makes it all possible for the coach to perform the coaching job. Some would suggest that each team requires a Team Manager just to keep the coach in line!! Football experience is not even necessary, if you are well organised, have an eye for detail and can communicate effectively with a group of parents then you are the ideal Team Manager. Bear in mind that this is a role that can be shared among a couple of parents.
We have been very fortunate over the years to have Paul Reilly as our Team Manager Co-ordinator (among many other hats that Paul has worn) and rest assured he will provide you with all of the tools and support for you to succeed in this role. So don’t dilly dally – give Paul a call and put your name forward. Team Manager Co-ordinator: Paul Reilly Ph: 0404 079 928 E: email@example.com
If coaching or team managing is not your thing then another critically important role around the club on match day is that of the Trainer. As a Trainer you’re the first port of call to attend to any injury on the field and at the Cats we take the safety of our kids very seriously. If you don’t already have a first aid/ trainer qualification the club will happily pay for you to attend and complete the appropriate course. And of course the skills you learn are not just applicable to a game of football, they translate to any medical related emergency you may encounter.
Matt Stewart has been our Trainer Co-ordinator for the past couple of years and is a very competent and committed professional. If you can see yourself helping the club in the role of a trainer then give Matt a call or drop him an email. Trainer Co-ordinator: Matt Stewart Ph: 54281474 E: firstname.lastname@example.org