Senior Mens



Beauy’s first SL 1 Game

Richmond 3-1 Beaumaris 

Beauy had a tough start in State League One with a visit to last year NPL club Richmond under lights last Friday night. The home side had recruited significantly since their relegation from the elite competition with a number of international signings included in a complete revamp of their squad. 
The start was tentative for the locals, in front of several hundred spectators, with Beauy struggling to get a foot hold in the game and it was no surprise when Richmond took the lead with a fierce left foot shot eluding keeper, Nathan Silver in the Beauy goal. The team responded and a period of pressure saw an error from the Richmond keeper, in dropping the ball from a cross, and in attempting to recover, fouled last years top scorer Toby Nowell in the  box. Nowell put away the resulting spot kick to level the scores. 
The second half started much as the first with Richmond dominating possession and scoring again with 35 minutes to go. A feisty spell followed which saw a Richmond player red carded and an opportunity for Beauy to make superior numbers tell. However, despite a number of close calls, the Richmond keeper was rarely troubled and the home side went further in front from a dubiously awarded penalty with 10 minutes to go and ran out comfortable winners. 
Reserves drew 2-2 in an entertaining game coming back from a goal down on two occasions with strikes from Luka Barrueto  and James Rasool. 
Bye next week for Easter break,  and next game at home against last years State League One runner up, Mornington on 7 April.

To watch highlights of  Senior Game click here 

To watch highlights of  Reserve Game click here 

(Curtesy of Richmond SC 1953)

Beaumaris 2-0 Mornington 

Beauy announced their arrival in the top league with a well deserved victory over title favourites, Mornington at a packed Beauy reserve on Saturday. The club major sponsors, Porsche Brighton were in attendance with the other major supporters at the  first Sponsors Day of the season,  all of whom were entertained with wins for both seniors and reserves . 
Beauy struggled to make an impact for 20 minutes and Mornington dominated possession but gradually the home side were able to exert their influence and came back into the game and a level score at the half time break was a fair outcome 
In the second half , Beauy began to play their better passing game and scored after 55 minutes when skipper, Zach Lemke slotted home after a goal mouth scramble. Mornington were reduce d to ten men after a wild challenge saw a red card and Beauy worked the ball well to increase their lead when last seasons top scorer Toby Nowell slotted home after a fast paced right wing attack. 
Although pushing for a third goal allowed Mornington to make several dangerous attacks, the home side ran out well deserved winners for their first victory in State League One. 
Reserves won 1-0 with an excellent goal from Will  Rudzevecius, again after an excellent passing move. 
Next week at Casey on Friday night as the adventure continues!! 


To view HIGHLIGHTS video of our 1st Start Of Season & Sponsor Day CLICK HERE

… our Director Of Senior Football

manicuring the pitch for the big event

Club Captain signs on for 2018

We are delighted to announce that Club Captain Adam Hester (pictured) now in his 6th year at the club has re-signed to lead our charge into State League 1 in 2018



We are delighted to announce some changes to the senior coaching team in 2018. Former Assistant coach Sam Poutakidis has recently been appointed as Head Coach of fellow State League 1 team Richmond FC & we thank him for all he contribution to Beaumaris SC & wish him well for the future. This has opened up the opportunity to promote David Gibson from Reserve Coach to Senior Assistant Coach alongside Marcus Stergiopoulos. David is a former player & club legend who in recent years has developed a highly credentialed coaching resume most recently working within the FFV structure as an NTC Coach.

In light of this appointment we are also now delighted to announce that last season's Beaumaris Under 16 coach George Prasinos (pictured below) has been offered & accepted to take up the position of Reserves Coach in 2018. George will work closely with the senior coaches & provide great continuity for our strategy to provide a fast development pathway for the youi8nger players coming through the club ranks. George is a fully credentialed FFV coach & over Christmas will be spending time at Central Coast Mariners as part of his continuing learning.




In what was a stellar year for our senior team, gaining promotion to State League 1 for the first time in the clubs history, not only was Toby Nowell the top goal scorer with a club record 25 goals in the season, he also won the League's top scorer award.

What's more, to cap off an outstanding year for Toby (his first at Beaumaris SC), we was voted the FFV State League 2 "Best & Fairest" winner for 2018 - a fantastic achievement! Toby is pictured proudly wearing his two medals.

The Biggest Sign Up



Undoubtedly the biggest name player ever to grace Beaumaris Reserve will be appearing for Beaumaris SC in 2018. In a massive coup for the club we are delighted to announce the signing of former Australian international, Melbourne Victory & much decorated NPL player KRISTIAN SARKIES.


After starting his career with South Melbourne, Sarkies played in the A-league Grand Final with Melbourne Victory, he scored his third goal for the club in his team's 6-0 thrashing of Adelaide in the 90th minute and scoring from long range. However it was upon collecting his championship medal that he made headlines around the country by kissing Australian Prime Minister John Howard on his bald head.

Sarkies was called up by coach Guus Hiddink to be part of the "train-on" squad leading  up to Australia's appearance at the 2006 FIFA World Cup. He won his first cap in the dying minutes of Australia's 3-1 friendly win against Liechtenstein on 8 June 2006. He was then kept in Germany with the Socceroos after he was given a personal invitation from Guus Hiddink to stay with the team until after the first group match with Japan.

Sarkies has represented his country at all youth levels and was involved in Australia's qualifying campaign for the Beijing 2008 Olympics. The first game of this campaign was against Chinese Taipei at Hindmarsh Stadium on 7 February 2007. Australia won the match 11-0, with Sarkies scoring four goals.

Our senior coach Marcus Stergiopoulos commented “ We are excited to be able to bring a player of Kristian’s quality to the club & from my conversations with him he remains as competitive as ever & will bring a huge amount to the club both on & off the pitch”.

Kristian lives locally & is looking forward to having his young family enjoy the junior soccer program at the club. He is pictured above being welcomed by club president Joe Mottola


Following promotion to State League 1 in 2018 our senior group has been strengthened by the addition of 3 high quality recruits as we look to do well in the higher level this coming season. Pre season training is now well under way and our new signings added to the retention of most of last year’s successful squad gives us cause for optimism this year.


Ben Osei- Safo signed from NPL Club Moreland City (welcomed by Club President Joe Mottola)

Daniel Rodriguez signed from NPL Club Eastern Lions (welcomed by Club President Joe Mottola)

Andrew Sheldon (former Beaumaris player) signed from State league1 Club Manningham Blues (welcomed by Football Operations Manager Bruce Maclaren)


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