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Beaumaris’ U11 Sapphires

Beaumaris’ U11 Sapphires produced their most impressive performance to date with a 3-1 victory over Brighton Foxes on Sunday morning at Dendy Park.

Determined to rectify their 10-1 loss to the Foxes in Round 1, the Beauy Girls started the game strongly by keeping possession.

Despite their early dominance, it was the Foxes who took a 1-0 lead with an early strike on the counter.

After falling behind, the girls rallied together strongly and produced a spirited response when Alice Shaw’s brilliant solo run was topped off with a strike into the bottom corner of the goal.

Shortly after the Sapphires would take the lead when Saskia Creelman’s effort, like Alice’s, hit the bottom corner from range.

With a 2-1 lead at the half-time break, Coach Yana Kyparisis encouraged her girls to maintain possession and punish the Foxes when moving forwards.

Much like the first period, the Sapphires were dominant in the second-half and were rewarded for their efforts when Alice Shaw secured her brace and the come-from-behind victory against local rivals Brighton.

In their most impressive team performance for the season, every team member was exceptional in fulfilling their role and securing the three points.

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Beaumaris 0-2 Eltham Redbacks 

Beauy's 100% home record came crashing down with two defensive errors costing the home side against a diligent, but technically limited Eltham outfit. 
With a number of injuries the locals were slightly undermanned, but still took the game to Eltham in the first twenty minutes and had a golden chance to take the lead when Dan Rodrigues was upended in the box. The penalty  from top scorer, Toby Nowell ,was however saved by the Eltham keeper and the teams went in equal at the break 
The second half began with Beauy again trying to play out from the back, but within ten minutes were caught in possession and Eltham capitalised and scored into the corner. A second goal followed with fifteen minutes left and although some pressure from Beauy towards the end, they were well beaten for the second consecutive game. 
Reserves lost 1-3 to Eltham with  a depleted squad, but excellent performances from the u16 players drafted in. 

U8s Broncos


A cool drizzly start to an early Saturday morning for the U8’s Broncos playing away against Berwick City SC. 
The boys had to work extra hard today without any subs but they came out firing from the get go!!! 
They kept their structure and listened to coach Nico’s instructions applying pressure and marking up. 
Up 0-4 at half time the boys had to stay focused coming into the 2nd half. 
The mighty Broncos didn’t disappoint continuing a fantastic display of forward passing football. The boys are gelling so well as a team and each and every player is working hard at training and taking those skills to game day! Well done on a fantastic game and effort winning an astounding 0-8. 
“Go Beauy & Team Broncos!!”

Beaumaris Women’s State 3

 Beaumaris Women’s State 3 side extended their unbeaten run to four games following a gutsy come-from-behind 1-1 draw against a resilient Casey Panthers SC outfit at Prospect Hill Reserve on Sunday night.

Following a cagey opening 15 minutes where both teams struggled to wrestle the ascendency, the home side broke the deadlock with a powerful strike to hand them a 1-0 lead.

Led by Jordyn Bruce and Angelique Kyparisis in the heart of defence, Beaumaris did well to withstand a flurry of chances from the home side – who were full of confidence after taking the lead. Ellie Makris and Hayley Russo were exceptional in their wing-back positions as they dealt with the oncoming pressure by moving the ball out from the back.

With Beaumaris down 1-0 at the break, Head Coach Danielle Tracey instructed her team to lift their intensity and encouraged one of her players to step-up and take the game by the scruff of the neck.

Tracey’s half-time chat appeared to inspire her team, who produced one of their strongest showings for the season in the second period.

With Jo Koumi and Natasha Bonanno dominant on the wings and Caitlin Douglass, Georgia Randall and Millie Belleville increasingly dominant in the middle of the park, the home side began to feel the pressure with the ball locked in their defensive half.

Beaumaris would eventually equalise when Jordyn Bruce’s superb free-kick was met by captain Yana Kyparisis, who made no mistake form inside the area.

Beauy’s equaliser set up an entertaining final 15 minutes as both teams were desperate to find the winner. In an end-to-end game, Casey were denied by a brilliant left-footed stop my keeper Amy Coward before a desperate goal-line clearance from Angelique Kyparisis denied the hosts an almost certain winner.

With only a matter of seconds left, Georgia Randall played a delightful cross from the left but Casey’s keeper met the ball well calling an end to the contest.

Beaumaris will be looking to build on their second-half performance against Casey when they host Morwell Pegasus SC in a must-win match at Beaumaris Reserve at 1:00pm next Sunday.

The BEAUY BUBBLES O35er  first game 2 : NIL down...

.....but not the spirit

U15 boys against the Peninsula Strikers

Peninsula started the pressure early in the first half but that didn’t stop the mighty Scorpions from slotting the ball in the back of the net in the first minute to unsettle the visitors.
Our boys just went from strength to strength keeping their structure and displaying fantastic feet to feet passing whilst being composed on the ball. 
Half time we were 4-0, so a good lead for our 15s.
There were many contributors to the goal scoring and that helped us finish off our opponents 8-0 at the final whistle. 
Well done to all the players for a fantastic team effort and excellent goalkeeping to Nico for keeping a clean sheet. 
The boys can enjoy their efforts and being on top of the table!!!!

Beaumaris SC is delighted

to announce 

as the Club’s Principal Sponsor

for 2018 to 2020


Joe Mottola, club President noted Porsche Brighton’s commitment to supporting its local  community and in particular a club with a passion for the highest possible sporting performance at all levels.


Joe said,  The Porsche brand is a leader in sporting performance and its dedication to sharing its passion for performance with a Beauy’s commitment to making 2018 a successful season for all players and parents is a great match. We look forward to welcoming the Porsche Brighton team at our club events and our teams will proudly wear the Porsche Brighton logo. We see an increasing number of Porsche cars at the club so it’s clear that our members are enjoying the experience the Porsche Brighton team offer.

Pictured is our senior team wearing our home shirts adorned with the Porsche branding.

Porsche Centre Brighton, 855 Nepean Hwy Brighton


In a major coup for the club Beaumaris has signed its first ever internationally capped player in David Caban. He has represented Puerto Rico 7 times!

David who is a dual national American & Puerto Rican, most recently played in Sweden for IFK Åmål and the Puerto Rico Men’s National Team.

Growing up, David played most of his club soccer in Illinois for the Chicago Wind, Chicago Magic and Chicago Fire Academies, where he won a US Soccer Development Academy National Championship in 2010.

David attended Tremper High School for his sophomore through senior seasons during this time he was a 3x All-SEC First Team selection. During his junior year, he was Wisconsin Gatorade State Player of the Year, Parade Magazine All-American and NSCAA All-American.

David received a scholarship to the University of Wisconsin. At UW, David was a 4-year starter playing in 75 matches and making 2 NCAA tournament appearances.

David was a part of the US National Team system through high school, playing for the US U-14, U-15, U-17 and U-18 National teams. Due to his Puerto Rican heritage, David also played for the Puerto Rico U-20 National Team in World Cup Qualifying.

Welcome David!

All training sessions click on TEAMS - Girls U7-U16


Seeking junior coaches for Beaumaris SC. Must have excellent communication skills, enthusiasm working with children coupled with a passion for football. Some coaching experience desirable but not essential as you will be guided by our Director of Football. This position will be remunerated accordingly. 
This is a very exciting year for Beauy with our Senior team playing in State League 1 for the first time, so if you want to be part of a fantastic, family-friendly club please register your interest by contacting our Director of Football Tony Tsiakos on 0419 002980 or 


Did you see our little superstars

 on TV and Live on Foxtel?

BEAUY had 28 kids as Mascots and playing small sided Football at half time on Fridays VICTORY home game. Victory unfortunately lost, but BEAUY won.


If you missed it, click here to see all action of our little football stars (captured by the professional photographer, Ashley Perez) .


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NEW IN 2018



Miguel Frances, Director at the Club providing advice to our Seniors

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