WELCOME TO THE CASTLEMAINE FOOTBALL NETBALL CLUB
Annual General Meeting Results
December 1 saw CFNC hold its AGM. We thank everyone for their continued support and attendance.
Positions filled for 2014-2015 are:
- President: Ian Bracken
- Vice-President: David Maltby
- Secretary: Lorelle Huntly
Each department also has a representative on the Committee: Football, Netball, Juniors, Masters, Social. There are also two general committee members.
rules were also voted upon to update and replace the existing rules that were last compiled in 1981. Click
to read the new rules.
The position of Treasurer remains vacant at this stage. Brett Cole has done a fabulous job over the past years and we sincerely thank him for all he has done.
We are now looking for someone to take on this role and work with us to keep the Club heading in the right direction. If you would like any details or further information on the position, please give any of us a call or send an email.
Congratulations to our 200 club games men - BRETT COLE, LACHLAN MALTBY AND TREVOR BUTCHER - who achieved their milestones against Kyneton on August 9 at the Camp Reserve. Thank you for all you've done, both on and off the field for Castlemaine Football Netball Club. It is greatly appreciated.
Congratulations to our netballers who played milestone games on Sunday, July 27, against Eaglehawk at the Camp Reserve.
A great effort and fantastic loyalty to the club!
Top picture: B Grade goalers Hayley Pritchard (50 games) and Bri Jury (100).
A Grade players Sarah Lenon (100), Meg Tong (50) and Jaylea Ford (50).
FATHER AND SON DON THE BLACK AND WHITE TOGETHER
It's not often that Castlemaine sees a father-son combination in the same team but the Connell family stepped up together for the Magpies last weekend against Strathfieldsaye.
Darcy currently plays for the Under 18s but has also played most games for the Reserves to help out. Meanwhile his father is a regular feature in the Castlemaine Masters team but with the Reserves bereft of players both Connell men pulled on the black and white for the Magpies. Sprigg was the Under 16 coach last year.
Castlemaine's football history started in 1859 and it is one of the oldest Australian Rules clubs in existence. Castlemaine plays in the Bendigo Football Netball League against Maryborough, Gisborne, Kyneton, Sandhurst, Kangaroo Flat, Sandhurst, Golden Square, South Bendigo, Strathfieldsaye and Eaglehawk.
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Sunday, December 21, 2014