Term 3 Week 4 - Tue 9th August 2011

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Do you, family or friends have a Mudbrick House in Eltham?

The Eltham High School  Music Support Group would love to include it in our

Mudbrick House Tour on Sunday 23 October.


Please contact Dean         msg.ehs@gmail.com         Ph: 9437 1337




Principal’s Report


Music Support Group Major Fundraising Event for 2011:

The Music Support group is well into planning for the annual Mudbrick House Tour on Sunday 23 October. This has become the group’s major fundraising effort for the year and we need your support. All funds raised go toward the enhancement of the instrumental music program, in particular to the purchasing of instruments, music and expert support through guest musicians and conductors.


If you have a Mudbrick House in Eltham that you are willing to open up to our community then the Music Support Group would be very happy to include it in the tour.

Please contact Dean at msg.ehs@gmail.com or on 94371337.

I thank you for your support with this fantastic initiative.


Donydji Trip Presentation:

I extend a warm invitation to all members of our school community to attend a presentation session on the school’s most recent trip to Central Arnhem Land visiting both the Donydji and Gapuwiyak communities.

Students and staff report having had a life changing experience and they want to share this with our community. The presentation session will take place on Wednesday evening, 17 August at 7:30 pm here at the school. It is envisaged that the presentation will take 30 minutes approximately. Everyone is welcome but I ask that you RSVP by contacting Kate Scalzo on 9430 5111 or at sca@elthamhs.vic.edu.au. The location of the presentation will be determined after we have an indication of numbers.


Digital Demons – Playing by the rules:

A Student Action Team (SAT) comprising of Billy Marshall (Year 9 – Andrew House), Tom Phillips (Year 9 – Stewart House), Louise Martin (Year 9 – Everard House) and Jasmine Gunnoo (Year 9 – Rutter House) has been selected to participate in the “Digital Demons - Playing by the Rules” cybersafety program.


The program is focused on cybersafety with particular emphasis on 'skilling up' students to become ambassadors for the safe and responsible use of social media. Our school's SAT will be encouraged to take action and raise awareness of cybersafe practices and behaviours within both our school and the wider community.


During the ‘Introduction Day’ at the Melbourne Cricket Ground  on Thursday 11 August the SAT will participate in a forum to identify the issues that surround the use of social media tools and begin planning their commitment to action. Teachers will undertake a master class that will provide an opportunity for them to ask questions about the program and support them to facilitate the performance of their SAT.


Following on from the ‘Introduction Day’, students will participate in two web conference sessions through the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development's Virtual Conference Centre. These sessions will support our SAT to take authentic action in our school. During the online sessions students will work with a facilitator to discuss research and analysis strategies. Offline, students will gather data and information that addresses their research questions and informs their action. The teachers supporting this initiative are Craig Bradley and Melissa Hughes.


This is an authentic leadership opportunity for this group of Year 9 students. I congratulate them and their teachers. I am certain that they will represent our school community in an admirable way and we all look forward to the outcome of their work.


Term 3 Working Bee:

I extend a personal invitation to all members of our community to join me and the Grounds Committee at our next working bee which will take place on Sunday 21 August starting at 9:00 am. Once again this is an opportunity for us to work together towards the common goal of supporting the ongoing development and maintenance of a safe and welcoming learning and work environment for our young people and staff. The work that we need to carry out is outlined in a subsequent section of this newsletter. As always a delicious morning tea and a barbeque lunch will be provided for all participants. These events also provide us with the opportunity to build community. I look forward to seeing you all there. As always students are very welcome to attend.


A reminder about Student Safety:

I ask all members of our community to take great consideration around student safety during peak traffic times of the day; the morning drop off and the afternoon pick-up. Of recent we have had a small number of uncooperative drivers who have impinged on the safety of our students.


There is a weekly report in the newsletter as to what work is planned to be carried out over the following week in relation to the building works and how this will affect the traffic management system particularly at the Withers Way entrance of the school. I ask that all parents who drive their children to school make a point to read this so that you are informed of what is happening and how this may affect you. Student safety is the number one priority and once again I ask you for your support.


It is important that you support your child’s timely arrival to school of a morning. There have been a number of occasions of late when parents arrive at the front of the school close to 9:00 am or even later; classes start at 8:55 am, the warning bell for period 1 sounds at 8:45 am, every child should be in the school by this time. Late arrivals tend to cause a level of panic in both the driver and the student and safety is often compromised.


Members of staff on duty have been placed in difficult situations because of thoughtless driving and or parking which impinge on student safety. They have had to deal with some less than ideal situations and on occasions have been verbally abused. This is not appropriate behaviour and it is unacceptable.


In order to minimize the amount of traffic during the period of the building program, if your child can arrive at school via some other means outside of being driven to the school I ask that you encourage them to do so. If you must drive and pick up your child from school then I ask that you plan with your child where an appropriate and safe drop-off and pick-up point might be. I suggest that you consider the Ely Street end of the school or some other place close by which alleviates you having to drive right up to the front gate of the school.


I remind all drivers that the maximum speed in the area of the school is 40 Kph and inform you that both the police and the traffic officers from the Shire of Nillumbik have begun patrolling the area of the school during peak times to help deter reckless driving and unlawful parking.


This may result in reprimand and fines.


Note of Condolences:

We extend our most sincere condolences to Mr John Coates and family for the recent loss of his mother and Mrs Jan Baddeley and family for the recent loss of her father. Our thoughts are with the two families at this difficult time.


Vincent Sicari





Student Progress Interviews – GO ONLINE!!!!


Senior School – Tuesday 23rd August 4:00pm – 7:00pm

Junior School & Middle School – Wednesday 31st August 11:00am-7:00pm


The bookings for the Student Progress Interviews will be on-line via a link from our Intranet site.

A letter will come home to parents with login details and instructions early next week.

Please look out for it and make your bookings.

Any enquiries or concerns please contact Darren Squires (Assistant Principal) 9430 5103 or email squ@elthamhs.vic.edu.au



Working Bee Sunday 21st August

The Grounds Committee has scheduled the only Working Bee for Term 3 on Sunday 21st August from 9:00am until 12:30pm with both morning tea and barbeque lunch provided. The focus of this event will be continuing construction of the new garden complex below the 600’s block as well as a salvage operation of sleeper materials inside the stage 2 construction area along with all the other usual maintenance tasks. If you have nominated this date on last year’s volunteer form you will be called by me in advance to help with the organisation and catering on the day. The following tasks have been nominated as priority tasks for this event:-

1.   Continuation of the construction of raised box retaining wall seats in the area below the 600’s block. Crowbars and shovels required.

2.   Salvage of a number of sleepers and seat tops from the area adjacent to the staffroom and toilets. Crowbars and lift jacks would be useful.

3.   Some repair work to post and pipe fences in a number of areas around the campus

4.   Pruning and weeding around the 400’s complex

5.   Some planting of indigenous plants in the environmental area at the end of the tennis courts

6.   Sweeping in the area adjacent to the stadium complex as well as the courtyard precincts

7.   Mowing and brushcutting across the entire campus

8.   Pressure cleaning of concrete adjacent to locker areas near the 600’s wing

9.   Further mulching along the Western Boundary.


If attending this event park you vehicle on the hard courts adjacent to the library and make you way to the canteen courtyard where you will be signed in by a member of the Grounds Committee and directed to an appropriate task.

Look forward to your anticipated support on the 21st August.


John Coates for the Grounds Committee



Australian Language Certificate Tests

Australian Language Certificate Tests are going to be conducted during French and Indonesian classes for years 9 and 10 in both languages and for year 11 in French. Selected students in year 8 will also be invited to participate in these tests. The tests will run from 9th August to 15th August during class time.  They will consist of questions in listening and reading comprehension with multiple choice answers. Revision can be done in class from past papers and students can revise all topics on www.languagesonline.com.au

Language teachers will explain details to students including costs of tests. Letters will be sent home to inform parents.


Pompa Brady (KLA Languages)



ALL absences can now be reported to 9430 5299

(designated answering service)

Please advise:- name of child, year level, reason for absence and length of absence.



Year 9 Enhancement Program

Information Night

Wed 17th August 7.00pm - EHS Library


EHS offers Year 10 students in 2012 the opportunity to participate in the VCE Enhancement Program. Students who have performed well academically, shown good organisational and management skills should attend this evening with their parents. The process of applying, along with the VCE requirements will be explained.


If you have any queries about this Program please contact Christine Andrews in the Middle School Office.






Victorian Schools Volleyball Cup

Snaps photography took thousands of photos over the weekend and they should be available for you to view by now. Just go to the snaps photography web page www.snapsfotos.com, put in the user name (elthamhigh) and password that teams have been given, click on the EHS link and then on your team and enjoy the action.

Northern Volleyball League



A number of Eltham teams will be invited to take part in the Australian Volleyball Schools Cup from 4th till 9th December. These teams will be announced next week after discussion with coaches.


Year 7 Volleyball Competition

The Monday afternoon volleyball competition, open to all year 7 students, will begin season 2 on Monday the 22nd of August. Students should get a team together and take part in the free ‘come and have a bash’ night on the 22nd.


Important Volleyball Dates for 2011

8th November – Northern Zone Volleyball finals – yr 7&8.

16th November – North East Conf Volleyball finals – yr 7&8.

24th November – State Volleyball Finals – year 7 and 8.

5th - 9th December - Australian Volleyball Schools Cup


If your child has a unique sporting moment or is selected in a state or National team please let us know so we can share the good news. I have copies of the Nillumbik sporting achievement grant application form if you require one. Email:



Greg Thomas

Volleyball Coordinator


Do you, family or friends have a Mudbrick House in Eltham?

The Eltham High School  Music Support Group would love to include it in our

Mudbrick House Tour on Sunday 23 October.


Please contact Dean         msg.ehs@gmail.com   

     Ph 9437 1337



The expected concrete pouring for the Performance Centre floor has been delayed.  Building inspectors will again be on site this afternoon to determine if the works are at a stage to allow the pour to occur.  While we are hopeful that this will happen on Wednesday morning we are not able to confirm this.  If the pour does not occur on Wednesday, we would expect it to happen on Thursday morning.

As a consequence, the Withers Way drop off area will be closed to vehicle traffic.  Please use alternate drop off points.



Year 7 City Experience Camp

CHANGE to Pickup Time on Day 3

Due to a minor change in the itinerary for the Year 7 City Experience Camp it has been necessary to change the collection time for students on the last day of the camp.

Please collect your child from the Eltham Railway Station
 at 2.20pm on the last day of camp.
We will assemble near the Eltham Priceline Pharmacy.

Any further queries please refer to the letter being sent home with your child dated 2nd August


Ross McKinnon – Junior School Leader




It's 'preparation week' ... next week the first of the Melbourne School Bands Festival sessions start for our bands.


Wednesday's Intermediate Band rehearsal is being extended ... commencing at 7.30am and continuing through to the end of period 1.


Saturday and Sunday this week our Intermediate Jazz and Stage Bands have a workshop with guest tutors.  Again this is fantastic preparation time for the competitions ahead.

On Thursday we have a visiting school from Tasmania who will benefit from a workshop with Ingrid Martin, and quick introductions to our symphonic band.


A message from the conductors - it is imperative that students come to their rehearsal sessions.  If you are unable to attend a note of explanation from a parent is essential.


The Music Support Group are again overseeing the Eltham Mudbrick Tour ...



Do you have a business or workplace that would benefit from reaching a target audience? If interested, please email the Music Support Group at msg.ehs@gmail.com or ring Stephe Dean on 0411 406 227


Any queries, please contact the music office on 9430 5127


Jill Browne, Music Office


Have you changed your contact details? Please notify Cathy Cukier of any changes you have made ASAP Contact 9430 5113 or cuk@elthamhs.vic.edu.au


Rock 2 Top - 2012 Safari Tour of Central Australia and Top End NT including Kakadu. 

Students wishing to attend the tour should return expression of interest forms to office ASAP.  Places expected to fill fast.  Deposits are due on 16th August - Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to experience the real Red Centre and Tropical North.  Book your place NOW!!!

For further information please contact Brooke Gannon or Phil Boyd.




Year 12

VTAC applications are now open and you have until 30th September to have made your selections and paid for the application. If there is no payment then you will be withdrawn from the process.

There will be VTAC Parent Information Session for any Yr 11 or 12 parents who wish to understand the process better and ask questions about Special Entry, Scholarships etc. The meeting will be held

on Thursday September 1st in the library at 7.00pm.


Year 11

Students are reminded to check pre-requisites for courses they wish to apply for by accessing the VTAC website. You can either use the “CourseSearch” link or using the publications link on the left hand side check out VICTER 2013 which is an abbreviated list of courses and pre-requisites by institution.


OPEN DAYS – University/TAFE Open Days:

·         Sun 14 Aug – Australian Catholic Uni (ACU) (Melbourne); Deakin Uni (Warrnambool); LaTrobe Uni (Mildura); RMIT (Uni and TAFE)

·         Sat 20 Aug – Holmesglen TAFE

·         Sun 21 Aug – Deakin Uni (Geelong); Gordon TAFE (Geelong), La Trobe Uni (Albury/Wodonga); Uni of Melbourne; Swinburne (Hawthorn, Lilydale, Prahran)

·         Sun 28 Aug - ACU (Ballarat); Ballarat; Box Hill TAFE; Deakin (Burwood); LaTrobe  (Bendigo)


RSPCA Certificate II in Animal Studies for secondary students - September intake

Certificate II in Animal Studies has been developed to provide general training for young people wanting to work in an animal care industry and for those wanting to improve their skills, knowledge and pursue further studies in this area. The entire course will be held at RSPCA Burwood East and will involve working hands-on with a variety of animals and guaranteed work placement.

The next program will commence in the September school holidays, BUT applications must be submitted before Monday 22nd August. Places are limited so it is important for students to apply early.  http://www.rspcavic.org/rspca_services/education_certII.htm


Ross Pringle – Career and Pathways Co-ordinator



ALL absences can now be reported to 9430 5299

(designated answering service)

Please advise:- name of child, year level, reason for absence and length of absence.



In June 2011 Students: Lucy Robertson, Alicia Fueggle, Rob Scherini, Tess Newport, Dom Page, Oscar Weichmann and Aiden Sommers accompanied by Kristine Alford (yr 12 2010) and teachers Linda McLeod, Cameron Laurance, Phil Boyd and John Baly and Arthurs Creek PS / Doreen PS teacher Dianne Zobel travelled to Arnhem Land as part of a cultural exchange with two schools – Donydji Homeland and Gapuwiyak School. 

What transpired was a powerful exchange where students from both cultures quickly overcame any fears and immersed themselves in all activities on offer.   We learnt that life up North is often harsh with food often difficult to access due to flooded rivers and no road access.  Also the invasion of the Cane Toad has decimated much of the native fauna making it difficult to find traditional food. We also came to understand how remote this part of Australia is and how this makes everything difficult from simple things like communication and purchasing simple items to getting equal education.   Even so, the people we met were so welcoming and keen to include us in their daily lives.  The children were happy to work with us in the schools and excited to learn.

Of the many activities we participated in the following stood out:

Swimming in water holes


Visiting art galleries and museums

Searching for bush tucker

Singing songs around the camp fire

Learning Djambarrpuygu Language

Teaching in the Schools at Donydji and Gapuwiyak

Kicking the footy with the local kids

Trekking through the bush and re-discovering a stone axe quarry

Learning about songlines associated with the area and how strong the bond is between man and land

Hanging out with our new friends/building relationships


Ultimately, the group returned with strong convictions about our new friends in Arnhem Land.  Everyone found it difficult re-entering our materialistic society, as the people we had made such close bonds with seem to live happily together with little.  Our experience has given us a greater understanding of what is important in life – family and friends over material gain. We saw a totally different side to Indigenous Australia.   What we found were people working incredibly hard to live together in harmony without the strife and conflict that is often portrayed in the media.  It has been insightful to see this and now our challenge is to share this with our own community to help dispel the wrong images that we sometimes believe to be true. It will be interesting to see how we go about using this knowledge in our own lives from this point on too. 


Here are a few sentences summing up the trip from all of the students that went to eastern Arnhem land in 2011.


Aidan -  It really opens your eyes to what their real culture is compared to what most people see in our lives

Dom -  it was an amazing experience once in a life time. The people are so friendly and excited

Alicia - The people in Donydji and Gapuwiyak were some of the most beautiful people I have met.  How they bring you into their family, life and culture was incredible.  It made me feel like I belonged.  As for the land, their lifestyle and culture, it will follow me everywhere I go.  I learnt that family, friends and having fun is the most important things to remember.

Lucy - Going to Donydyi and Gapuwiyak is the most amazing experience and it’s not only that, it changes you and gives you a view of life 

 Tess -The people were beautiful and honest I learnt so much about their culture and their traditions. I have come back with different ideas about the way we live 

Robert -The trip to Arnhem Land is an eye opening, life changing experience it’s something I will never forget and hope the relationships I have built will stay with me for life

Oscar – Arnhem land is an amazing place and much different compared to Melbourne. It opens your eyes and gives you a different perspective on Australia.


A big thank you to Jon Baly and Neville White for making the trip possible and allowing us to continue the partnership with the people of Donydji – an incredible experience that we know is so special and one money can’t buy. 

Phil Boyd


Coles Sports for Schools!

Junior School lends sport equipment to students at recess and lunch times and are getting low on supplies. Coles is handing out Sports for School vouchers each time you shop there. The vouchers would help us out a lot and would be very much appreciated. The collection box is at the General Office. The vouchers will be distributed until mid-October, the more vouchers, the more gear!

Thank you,

Junior School House Leaders

Cody Johnstone, Hugh Heys, Jordie Bayliss, Siggy Burley






 Canteen Roster


Thu 11

Pearl Yung, Karen Biddiscombe, Jane Weinert

Fri 12

Suzie Gerrard, Nicole Hassall, Sally Bowen

Mon 15

Carol Guille, Linda Mountford

Tue 16

Beth Smith, Yvonne Lyons


Volunteers URGENTLY required for the following dates:- 

Tuesday 23 August (x 1)

Monday 29 August (x 2)              Tuesday 30 August (x 2)


Please contact Gael 9430 5122 to assist.





Wed 10

SAC Week

Transition – Year 11-12 Subject Selections

Year 7 City Camp (7B, D, G, J) returning today

Thu 11

SAC Week

Transition – Year 11-12 Subject Selections

Fri 12

SAC Week

Science – Year 11 Chem Labwork – Latrobe Uni


Music – Jazz Weekend

Mon 15

Music – Melbourne Bands Festival

Year 7 City Camp (7A, E, F)

Tue 16

Music – Melbourne Bands Festival

Year 7 City Camp (7A, E, F)

HPE – Yr 11 HHD Group 2 Fieldwork

Transition – Year 11-12 Subject Selections due

Music – Melbourne Schools Band Festival – Symphonic Band

Wed 17

Music – Melbourne Bands Festival

Year 7 City Camp (7A, E, F) returning today

Year 7 City Camp (7C, H, K)

Transition – Enhancement Information Night

School Council Meeting

Thu 18

Music – Melbourne Bands Festival

Year 7 City Camp (7C, H, K)

Rock Eisteddfod Performance

Fri 19

Music – Melbourne Bands Festival (Jazz & Stage Bands)

Year 7 City Camp (7C, H, K) returning today

Year 11 – Fit to Drive Program

Reminder to all families that payments and notices for all excursions are due back to school at least 7 days prior to the event and sporting events are due to the teacher on the day of the event.




EHS Chess News

Wednesday Lunchtime Chess has started for the term.  Casual setting, where students can come and play games, or watch games being play, during lunchtime.  No cost involved, just wander over to the Integrated Studies area and look for the checkered boards!


Secondary Schools chess tournaments.  The next school tournament which EHS plans to attend is on Thursday September 15th.  If your child is interested, please see Mr. Ross McKinnon (Junior School Team Leader) or Mr. Trevor Jenkins (Assistant Principal) or see Pearl at Wednesday lunchtime chess. 


Saturday Chess Coaching is held at EHS on Saturdays.  A new "Entry Level" stream has started up.   Sessions are:


Entry Level        11:00pm to 12:30pm,     ($15 per week)

Squad              1:30pm to 3:30pm         ($15 per week)


For further details, visit http://www.NorthernStarChess/Squad.html


Weekend chess tournament this Saturday. The next Billanook College Chess Championship Cup is happening this Saturday.  It's a fun day of chess, in similar format as the school tournaments.  7 rounds of game of 15mins per player per game.  Cost is $15.  Prizes include cash, medals and trophies.   Details on the Northern Star Chess website





Cashier Open Hours

Payments by cash can be receipted by the cashier from 8.40am – 3.00pm and EFTPOS payments until 4.00pm (excluding pupil free days).

Students can only make payments at the cashier window from 8.40am until 8.55am then at recess or lunchtime. 

Parents are welcome to contact the cashier on 9430 5118 to arrange payment by credit card at any time.


BPay (Almost too easy….) is our preferred method of payment


Are you aware that you can set up a regular payment schedule to pay your account using BPay?


Refer to your banking provider for details.





Volunteerism in Nillumbik - Have your say!

Nillumbik Shire Council and Volunteers of Banyule, in partnership with the Department of Planning and Community Development, invite you to a community forum to discuss the future of volunteerism and support for community groups in Nillumbik.

• Tell us what support your organisation could benefit

from and how you would like it delivered

• Share your ideas about how we can strengthen

volunteerism in your community

• Network with representatives from other not-for-profit


• Learn more about the Victorian Volunteer Portal


August Community Forum

When: Saturday 13 August 2011, 1pm-3.30pm

Venue: Hurstbridge Community Centre,

Graysharps Road, Hurstbridge

RSVP: by Monday 8 August to Jane Lawson on

9433 3147 or Jane.Lawson@nillumbik.vic.gov.au


September Community Forum

When: Saturday 10 September 2011, 1pm-3.30pm

Venue: Living & Learning Nillumbik Panton Hill,

18 Bishops Road, Panton Hill

RSVP: by Monday 5 September to Anna Maio on

9458 3777 or amaio@volunteersofbanyule.org.au

Places are limited, so book early to reserve your place.

A light lunch will be served at 1pm at both workshops.


Visit www.volunteer.vic.gov.au to find your perfect volunteer opportunity!



What about me?

A Group for 12-16 year olds in Stepfamilies

Come along to our after-school group and discuss the challenges of being in a stepfamily with other kids just like you…because even though every family is different, there are some things that can help you adjust to this new family life.


When: Tuesday afternoons 30th August, 6th and 13th September

Where: Drummond St Services – 195 Drummond St, Carlton

How: Call Kate M. to book a spot on 9639 2576




Student Photo ID Cards

Now Available

All students who had their photo taken by the school photographers this year can now purchase a Student Photo ID card for only $5.


To place your order, please contact:-


Fotomakers - directly on 9550 3550


Payment can be made by credit card (addition $1 charge applies).





Community Announcements/Advertising





Small Music Teaching Studio Space

Required to rent

Piano and trumpet teacher needs new location.

Timetable of students, afternoons and evenings.


Please contact – Colin McKellar 9499 6832 or 0401 019 529





Eltham Netball Club are currently taking
registrations for the Spring season commencing
27th August.  Games are played on a
Saturday at Templestowe and training is
available on Tuesday's and Thursday's.
All information is available on our website at
www.elthamnetballclub.com or contact Julie
on 0433 786 506.  We welcome all ages and abilities,
beginners are most welcome.







Parenting Teenagers

Through Challenging Times

NMIT’s Youth Unit in conjunction with the Youth Connections program present a free seminar to explore effective ways to develop a strong and supportive parent-teenager relationship, manage adolescent behaviour and guide teenagers in the right direction.

The seminar will look at the changing nature of your role as a parent, including:

• ages and stages – where they’re at

• communication

• increasing independence

• boundary setting

• encouraging healthier choices


Helen Rimington will facilitate the seminar, drawing from her experiences at Parenting Australia, Centre for Adolescent Health and her teaching background within the Graduate Diploma of Adolescent Health and Welfare at the University of Melbourne.


When: Tuesday, 9 August 6.00pm – 7.30pm

Where: NMIT Epping campus,

Building A, Auditorium,

Cnr Dalton Rd and Cooper St,

Epping VIC (Melway ref: 182 C12)


To register: Brenda McKenzie    p: 03 9269 8352


NMIT’s Youth Unit in conjunction with the Youth Connections program present a free seminar to explore effective ways to develop a strong and supportive parent-teenager relationship, manage adolescent behaviour and guide teenagers in the right direction.




Greensborough Cricket Club

Season 2011 /12

Greensborough Cricket Club is looking for players for the coming season.

Teams in Under 12, 14 & 16 available.

New players – no membership fees.

We believe in fostering fair play and sportsmanship in all levels of sport, whilst providing excellent coaching to bring out the best in kids both on and off the field.

Player Registration Day, Sunday 28th August 9am – 11:30am.

War Memorial Oval, McDowell Street, Greensborough (next to Safeway)

Training commences early September, season commences early October.

Contact:            Gary Cameron  0412 680 116