The BUNNINGS BBQ was a great success once again. The busy period did not seem to ease up as it has in past years and the boys from Maxine’s teams did a great job keeping up with demand under pressure and representing Beaumaris Soccer Club superbly.
Maxine and her team sold 85kgs of sausages, 24kgs of onions, 58 loaves of bread and 135 drinks on one Saturday.
A special Thank You to BUNNINGS Mentone Management for giving us the opportunity to raise funds for our Club’s activities.
SENIORS LOST 3:1
RESERVES WON 4:2
Beaumaris 1-3 Eltham Redbacks
Newly promoted Eltham came to Beauy having made a strong start to their first season in State League 2. With Beauy being unbeaten and on a 100% record after 3 games the stage was set for an excellent contest
The away side started strongly with their long ball game causing some difficulties for the Beauy defence. It was however a surprise when a long kick from the Eltham keeper eluded the home side central defence for the Eltham centre forward to nod over Nathan Silver in the home goal
Eltham increased their lead before the break as an unusually lethargic Beauy struggled to make any meaningful head way into the Eltham danger areas
At 0-2 down at half time, coach Marcus Stergiopoulos introduced Declan Byrne who immediately added spark to the attack but Eltham broke away after a period of Beauy pressure to go three up by 70 minutes
The home side got one back after a penalty converted by Jordan Horn, but could not get back into the game.
Reserves played a fine game against a string Eltham side to get a 4-2 win.
Next week at Berwick. .
Our Reserves in the new playing strip.....!
SENIOR FIXTURE 2017
TEAM INFO/Senior Mens
Congratulations to the Beaumaris boys who won the Easter cup u12 competition on April 1st at Edithvale reserve.
The boys returned to
After going a goal up in the opening game against
Back row L to R: Anthony Cacciotti, James Wikman, Alistair Wikman, Joshua Baldsing, Thomas Staunton .
Front row L to R: Danial O’Neill, Charlie Koster, Oliver Davys, Finn Morrissey, Jack Gilroy.
2017 FFV CODE OF SPECTATOR'S BEHAVIOUR
2017 FFV CONDITIONS OF ENTRY TO CLUB VENUES
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Club Info/Club Documents
A Petition is drafted to secure that our boys and girls are able to use the Black Rock Primary School oval when refurbished.
A group of neighbours are fighting hard to block the grant and project. An offer by RMGC has been given which is grass on the current site, which won’t meet our needs and limits our boys and girls.
It need to be a quality synthetic surface to cope with all conditions including drought and as nice as it is for RMGC to offer grass it will make no difference come the next drought.
We please ask your support in asking your families (also your cricket club families) to sign the below petition. The sooner the better as the grant process is almost finished.
“Black Rock Primary School is seeking to refurbish its oval and surrounds, to serve the educational, recreational and sporting needs of its students with a facility that can also be available to many sporting and community groups in our wider community currently turning away children due to a lack of space. Bayside Council is supporting the redevelopment through an application for a Victorian Government grant.
Unfortunately a small group of neighbours opposed to development at the school are lobbying the Council and the Government to deny the grant and block the project.
Please show your support for the refurbishment of the Black Rock Primary oval and surrounds as per the Masterplan and feasibility study (available via the school's website) so we can turn this disused and dangerous dustbowl into a valuable and sustainable community asset, and get more of our children on the field, more often."
For those who visit the great facility that the club enjoys at the Lemnos Club in Braeside, you will be familiar with Nick the Manager of the whole facility. Nick is a tireless worker & runs the entire club virtually single handed including all the grounds maintenance & booking arrangements, not bad for a man well into his seventies! Nick is a great supporter of the Beaumaris SC relationship…..please say hello to him next time you are there
Lifetime Member Terry Cheverton BSC President 1996-2001, committee member 1994-2001...
Lifetime Member Jim Blower, BSC Vice President 1999-2002, committee member 1996-1999...
Go to REGISTRATION for more information
Ms Scarlett T has formed a charitable initiative - We Give a Boot- to collect and deliver used soccer boots to people less fortunate.
BSC as a community Club is proud to support - We Give a Boot-
Collection boxes will be at our Club House starting on Registration Information Day 5th Feb 2017.
Donations of all sizes for kids & adults welcomed!
Beaumaris Campus of Sandringham Secondary College
Beaumaris SC has been working with the State Government and the MCC Foundation since 2014 on ensuring the new education facility at the Beaumaris campus of Sandringham Secondary College provides for FFA approved completion standard facilities for junior and senior football. David Richards, VP of BSC, has ensured that the development provides for juniors and seniors, male and female, including changing and canteen facilities for all.
“This is a game changer for BSC” said David “as it will provide for training and playing facilities throughout the year, 4 nights per week and at weekends, and during the school holiday period, meaning we can offer all our members the facilities they deserve.”
BSC were instrumental in getting the grass soccer facility installed in 2005 and this has been key to providing a suitable playing facility for our juniors, but restricted because of the lack of lighting and changing facilities. Whilst there is still much work to be done to have the facility ready for January 2018 we expect it to be available and that it will increase membership demand as it takes shape. Preference for registrations in 2018 will be given to those members registered in 2017.
We encourage all members to go to link attached to add your comments on the need to provide adequate facilities for all in the community as part of this $20m development