Graded Trials for Juniors (U12 - U16) to be conducted in November 2019 for the 2020 Season

This document provides players and parents with an overview of the BSC grading process, why grading sessions are conducted and what this means for you as a player or parent. Players of all abilities and gender are welcome to join and play at BSC.

Beaumaris Soccer Club is one of the largest soccer clubs in Victoria and prior to each competition season we undergo an assessment process to determine the capability of each player to ensure they play in a team of equivalent skills. The grading is for the following age groups and teams:

U12s Kangaroos, Wallabies & Joey teams

U13s – U16s A-C teams

Beaumaris teams play in the Football Victoria South division on Sundays from April to September 2020. Boys and girls are expected to be committed to their fellow team mates and to the Club. For players returning for the 2020 season it is imperative to inform BSC of your commitment to play to avoid your place being allocated to new players. If you do not register your interest you may lose your place as team numbers are capped.

Our objective in having these trials is for every child to be playing at the level in which they can best develop their skills and enjoyment of the game. To do so players need to be challenged sufficiently to push themselves and learn from their experience and be comfortable enough not to lose confidence in their abilities. This balance can be achieved whatever the grade the player is in. 

My role as Junior Director of Football is to ensure BSC develops all players in a core team structure. We work very hard to ensure players are grouped into teams of equal ability and are playing at the appropriate competition grade. 

Assessments and Grading

All existing Beauy players are assessed by their 2019 coach and this information is considered along with their grade results. Any player that wants to be considered for a graded team or is new to BSC must attend the grading sessions on the 10th & 17th November 2019. As places in Beaumaris teams fill quickly and we have a limit on the number of teams we can field, please ensure you attend these sessions to secure your position for the 2020 season. The grading is process is conducted by Junior Director of Football Tony Tsiakos with assistance from our Coaches & independent assessors.

New players are welcome to attend these grading sessions to be considered for selection in 2020.

What to expect at grading skill sessions?

1) All players to arrive 30 minutes prior to the first grading session.

2) Players to sign in at the registration desk. Each player will receive a registration number which will be theirs throughout the grading process. Players will be directed to their designated coach.

3) Players will use the warm up area before commencing the session.

4) Players will demonstrate their core skills in 5 v 5 and 7 v 7 or 9 v 9 small sided games, including ball control skills, positioning, communication, spatial awareness and attitude.

5) Coaches will assess players using the Skill Acquisition Game Training Principles comprising of:

a) First Touch

b) Positioning

c) Running with the ball

d) 1v1

e) Striking the ball

6) A cool down session is conducted for all players. The DOF will debrief players and parents are welcome to listen.


Age Group

Year of Birth

Sunday 10 November

Beaumaris Secondary College

Sunday 17 November

Beaumaris Secondary College

U12 Boys


9.30 am – 11:00am


U13 Boys


11.30am – 1:00pm


U14 Boys


1:30pm - 3.00pm


U15 Boys


3.30pm – 5.00pm


U16 Boys



9.30 am – 11:00am

U12 Girls


Registrations Only – No Grading

11.30am – 1:00pm

U14 Girls


Registrations Only – No Grading

11.30am – 1:00pm

U16 Girls


Registrations Only – No Grading

11.30am – 1:00pm

All other age groups: 

MINIROOS (U7-U11) IN 2020:

Registrations will open in January, pre-season training to commence February.

GOAL KICK (4-6 years) IN 2020:

Commences May 2020


Tony Tsiakos, Junior Director of Football | Beaumaris Soccer Club    

 M: 0419 002980 E:




The Committee of Beaumaris Soccer Club is delighted to announce the appointment of David Gibson to the position of Senior Coach in 2020. David has acted as Senior Assistant Coach for the last 2 seasons & has a long history associated with our club whom he played for from the age of 6 through to captaining our senior side for a number of years.


His development as a coach has been ongoing for several years now, with roles with the NTC program & other senior sides which attaining his B License – he is the epitome of a modern day coach & importantly someone who will reinforce the cultural values of Beaumaris SC – a club he has been a part of for much of his footballing life.


David will be the youngest senior coach in our history & will be assisted by the great Kristian Sarkies, former Socceroo & Melbourne Victory Star who retired from our senior side last season but will bring a wealth of knowledge & player connections to the club. This dynamic young team will herald a new era for the club as we continue to seek further improvement & progression in our senior football programs



U11 Turtles

Coach’s award: Theeran Goyal

Best & fairest: Will Maddern

Player’s player: Christian Desmond

Golden boot: Nathaniel Desmond

U12 Sapphires

Best & fairest- Emma Logan

Coach’s award - Lara Frigio

Players Player - Ruby Mason

U13 Falcons

Players’ player: Liam Griffiths

Best and Fairest: Ashar Patel

Golden Boot: Daniel Paron

Coach’s award: Marcus Dun

Most improved: Ethan Tsiakos

U14 Cosmos

Coach’s award: Tomasz Wrzesinski

Best & fairest: Morgan Grasso

Player’s player: Thomas Dumoff

Golden boot: Liam Campbell

U15 Boomers

Coach’s Award : Conan Richards

Players Award : Luca Roskam

Best & fairest: Chris Moews


Players Player - Mathew Diakogeorgiou 

Coach’s Award - Will Lomagno

Golden Boot - George Arzanas

Best & Fairest - Nicolas Tsiakos & Dom Shelley

O35’s team:

Players Player: David Clifton-Brown

Coach’s Player: Stuart Sharpe

Best & Fairest (game day): Neil Forbes

Golden Boot: Ben Cacciotti 

Best Match Report: Darren Sutton
W.O.T.Y Award: Ed Viel








Beaumaris 1-3 Doveton


Beauy closed their State League One season with a home defeat against promoted Doveton. Although always in the game , defensive errors were the undoing of the home side again.

After an end to end battle in the first half and a goal for Gianni Allebi disallowed for off side, Beauy then conceded minutes before the break, when the ball was lost in the defensive area and Doveton took full advantage.

The second half started in similar fashion with end to end chances, but a corner to Doveton drifted in a the far post with no defender in place to let the visitors increase their lead. Beauy grabbed one back through Dylan Tate, and then pressed for the equaliser, but unsuccessfully, before conceding a breakaway with minutes to go.

The junior presentation and gala day was well attended with members of the FFA and FFV executive and Council officers in position for the Welcome to Country, and Beauy playing in special indigenous design shirts.



Malvern City 4-0 Beaumaris


After a stirring win against Eltham last week, Beauy came back to earth with a bump. Promotion chasing Malvern proved too good on a bumpy pitch in windy conditions.

Beauy began well and although conceding the majority of possession, had chances on the break but were unable to force a score. Half time came and the teams were level

The second half began with Beauy under the cosh, and a firmly struck shot from the edge of the box, which seemed to deviate in the air, beat the Beauy keeper. A defensive mix up only minutes later, effectively saw Beauy out of the game as Malvern scored their second in five minutes to go two clear

Two additional goals as Beauy tired, saw the home side comfortable winners.

Reserves well beaten .

Next week final game against another promotion seeker in Doveton, on Junior Gala Day at Reserve Rd on Saturday afternoon

On Sunday (18th august) afternoon, Beaumaris Soccer Club's Women gathered together at Beaumaris Secondary College ahead of the Senior Women's game to celebrate a successful season in the blue and yellow and to thank their valued sponsors. There was a brilliant mix of girls, from U9's and goal kick participants through to the Beaumaris Bubbles, showcasing the community culture that the Club thrives itself on and the bond between the young and old in the Women's game. With a number of female teams thriving, one of the most pleasing aspects of the day was seeing the interaction amongst the different age groups. 
As the Senior Women thanked their sponsors, Club President Joe Mottola, BBSG's Rita Kyparisis and Terry Randall from FSM, who unfortunately couldn't make it, attentions quickly turned to a must-win clash with local rivals Bayside Argonauts. Looking to keep their promotion hopes alive, Beaumaris faced a tough challenge in a determined Bayside outfit. As expected, Bayside put up a great fight as they opened the scoring and dominated the first 20 minutes of play. Shortly after falling behind, Beaumaris hit back through Yana Kyparisis, who struck Connie Papafotiou's cross with a well-time volley. Nearing half-time with the scores locked at 1-1, Sophie Lichoudaris pounced on a close range effort to hand the hosts a 2-1 advantage at the break. As the rain began to fall, and the locals sheltered under benches and in the back of party buses (also known as a van), Bayside continued to push hard. Against the run of play, Jordyn Bruce latched onto a corner with a brilliant volley to make it 3-1 before Bayside hit back following an impressive solo effort. Despite Bayside's strong efforts in difficult conditions, Beaumaris secured the points when Yana Kyparisis converted a late free-kick. 
On behalf of all the female teams at the Club, we would like to thank our supporters and sponsors for your ongoing support. With the U14's looking to finish the season top of the league and the State 3 Women striving for promotion, lets finish this season on a high. Go Beauy! 

More fantastic photos


with the attendance of our U9 Broncos at the Ceremony

Saturday 24th August next to our Club rooms

This is a response sent by Sue Beazley:

This morning I attended a service at the Beaumaris Cenotaph for the planting of the lone pine to commemorate those who fell at Gallipoli and remain in unmarked graves at Lone Pine. I wanted to thank your young soccer players who were so respectful and attentive to the service when I am sure they would have preferred to get on with their soccer. They were a credit to their parents and your Club. Could you please pass on my thanks to your young players, their respectful behaviour was noted by all present and added to the ceremony.

Council approval for new Beauy Soccer Pavilion

Bayside Council tonight approved the demolition of the existing soccer pavilion and it's replacement with a purpose built pavilion with 4 large change rooms suitable for male and females and importantly providing all abilities access.

Dave Richards BSC VP thanked all the Beauy soccer community for their support in particular Suzanna, Sarah, Nicole and Caitlin whose impassioned speeches made a real difference. "we've been lobbying for this change for 11 years and today is a big day for the club.

We thank Councillors and council officers for their support after too many false starts.

Many of our female members have endured the worst facilities in Bayside soccer but by the beginning of the 2021 season they will have the best available. We thank them for their patience and we continue to plan for the growth of our membership by improving the quality of what we offer on and off the pitch.

With the Women's World Cup about to start Beauy can become a leader in Bayside and beyond in women's football. And when Australia  hosts the Women's World Cup in 2023 as we will Beauy will be at the fore in the women's game.

Our senior teams have had a great start to their respective seasons and we wish them well in bringing home out first flag in women's football in the club's history.

Go Beauy! 

Dave Richards

Vice President

Beaumaris Soccer Club


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It is with great pleasure and gratitude that we can confirm your club's ongoing relationship with Porshe Centre Brighton for the 2019 season. It is only with the financial support of our major business partners, such as Porsche Centre Brighton, that the Club is able to provide the facilities and infrastructure for both our junior and adult members to train, compete, and enjoy their soccer. 

Porsche Centre Brighton, marketing manager, Krissy McLean, commented that the Centre was keen to support a Bayside community organisation and, in conjunction with our committee sponsorship director, Marc Gibson, was looking to further enhance the relationship this year. 

Three of our State League One senior men's squad are pictured at the Porsche Centre in Brighton recently to cement the relationship, and our State League women’s team will also be visiting the Centre shortly. 

If you are thinking of upgrading your vehicle, please consider supporting Porsche Centre Brighton in 2019 and adding to the growing list of Beauy members who are customers. Go to

 Owning a Porsche is a lot closer than you think!

Beaumaris SC is delighted

to announce 

as the Club’s Principal Partner

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.



Beaumaris SC is delighted to announce that former senior player Michael Farnham will be associated with the club in 2019. Michael has a business in the local Bayside area & will provide assistance to our senior squad throughout the season with a strength & conditioning program & will be available for any of our members needs.

Michael commented:

“I have been working in the fitness industry for the last 4 years and my goal was to open my own Personal Training Studio by 2020. I have managed to pursue my dream in 2018 opening Ecofit Personal and Group Training in July this year. The vision of Ecofit is to promote a sustainable lifestyle in a community orientated environment and focusing on Personal Training, Group Training, Strength and Conditioning, Yoga Classes and Nutrition Consultations. I have played soccer since the age of 9 and have previously played at Beaumaris Soccer Club for 4 years but due to injury I was forced to put my love for the game on hold and I am now focusing on new goals. I have been able to combine strength and conditioning to many of my clients from all backgrounds and with this knowledge and experience, I believe it will benefit the players for the upcoming season and put them a step above the competition. I am very proud to be a part of the Beaumaris Soccer Club again and I look forward to assisting any players, members & parents during the 2019 season.”

Michaels contact details are:



Contact: 0421 104 777

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