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GROUND STATUS: 7/6/2018

FIELD 1 (MAIN FIELD):
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FIELD 2 (NORTHERN FIELD):
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LOWER FIELDS:
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CLUB PROFILES

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2019

Following our AGM today, the board of directors would like to thank the 2018 committee and welcome our incoming board for 2019.
They are:
  • President: Tamara Lee
  • Secretary: Rachel Marks
  • Treasurer: David Sim
  • Groundskeeper: Trevor Southward; and
  • a very warm welcome to our newest director Adam Henry.
We look forward to another year of working together to build and strengthen our fantastic club.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2018

The St Georges Basin Football Club Inc. Annual General Meeting will be held on the 14 October 2018 at 10:00am, at the Club House.
If you wish to be a Director of the Club, please download a NOMINATION FORM and forward to the Club Secretary. Nominations must be received by secretary by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - post (refer application form for mailing address) - or in person by 10am, 7 October 2018.

JUNIOR PRESENTATION DAY 16 SEPTEMBER 2018

The Junior Presentations will be held at the clubhouse on 16 September at the following times:
  • 9am: Under 6s & 7s
  • 1030am: Under 8s, 9s, 10s & 11s
  • 1230pm: Under 13s & Under 15s

SENIOR PRESENTATION NIGHT 28 SEPTEMBER 2018

WHEN: 28 SEPTEMBER 2018 from 6pm
WHERE: ST GEORGES BASIN COUNTRY CLUB
COST: $30 per ticket
HOW TO PAY: Bank transfer/deposit into Bendigo Bank

Account: St George’s Basin Football Club
BSB: 633 000
Acct Number: 132985912

Please put your name and number of tickets as reference. Eg Smith x 2

INAUGURAL BASIN SENIOR MEN'S GIFT

Congratulations Zac Stahlhut! Winner of The Inaugural Basin Gift 100 yard dash! Introduced to decide - once and for all - the fastest player in the Club, this race is also where personal scores can be settled: you don't have to win the race to come away a winner ! The Gift will be an ongoing feature of the final home game for the year that gets bigger and better.  Zac was the clear winner, Dane McGinn second but we have a photo finish for third... even the slow motion video replay can’t separate Wade Garin and Ben Cubbo!
 
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The Photo Finish
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CONGRATULATIONS ZAC STAHLHUT - INAUGURAL BASIN GIFT WINNER!
ST GEORGES BASIN DRAGONS SENIOR MENS FOOTBALL
25 AUGUST 2018


Basin Senior Men’s 1st, 2nd & 3rd Grade sides played their last matches of the season against the Milton Ulladulla Panthers in front of a sizeable crowd at home last Saturday 25th August.

Results did not favour the home teams as all three lost their matches – 3rds went down 1-3, 2nds went down 2-3 & 1sts lost 0-1 in a disappointing day.

3rds had a very entertaining game with some excellent play throughout, while 2nds showed that they can score goals in a very evenly matched game – just losing it in the final minutes.

1st Grade also lost late in the match with a goal being scored from a questionable free kick given on the edge of the penalty box late in the game.

Saturday also saw the inaugural running of the Basin Gift – a length of the field sprint race open to all Senior players registered with the Club. This race was brought about to finally work out who is the quickest player over this distance. Congratulations to Zac Stahlhut who won the race, a trophy, $100 and bragging rights for the next year!


LOOKING FORWARD

THE FUTURE??


In all, it has been a decent season with improvement being shown on many fronts and I look forward to the challenge of next season – 2019 will be the Year of the Dragon.

Thank you to all who helped out this year and to our band of loyal supporters – I hope you will all return next season in even greater numbers.
Paul Cubbo – 28/8/2018

BASIN FASHION REPORT

Basin fashion is back on the menu! We now have Shirts, Training Jackets, Winter Jackets, Bags and Cooler Bags, all at great prices! Look your best on game day with a bit of Red and White.
REAL TESTIMONIALS
"Since buying my new Basin wear, I look and feel 20 years younger. I was even asked for ID before the latest Over 35 game!" - Dave B, Sanctuary Point
"Now that I can turn up to the game with confidence and in style, my play has improved 13.16 per cent, week on week - and my injuries have magically disappeared!! Thanks Basin Football Club!" - James D, St Georges Basin
"Get one - it's a no-brainer" - Paul C, Basin View

NEW TROPHY CABINETS

Huge thanks to John and Tundra of South Coast Stairs for their donation of our trophy cabinets! We LOVE them!
 
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SPONSORSHIP

Why not get involved with the St Georges Basin Football Club?  We have packages for all budgets:

PLATINUM PACKAGE
GOLD PACKAGE
SILVER PACKAGE
BRONZE PACKAGE

For more information on the benefits of sponsoring St Georges Basin Football Club and how afforable it can be, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

GROUND STATUS: 7/6/2018

FIELD 1 (MAIN FIELD):
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FIELD 2 (NORTHERN FIELD):
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LOWER FIELDS:
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HOW TO FIND US

Basin Soccer Fields Map

MATCH REPORT 7 APRIL 2018

The first round of the 2018 competition season commenced for the Senior Men’s teams this Saturday 07/04/2018 against the Culburra Cougars at home.

We came away with no points on the day, but good performances were put up by all three teams.

3rd Grade – lost 2-3

A great start with George Brown scoring our first goal in the first 3 minutes of play, but Culburra hit back with two goals before ½ time.

Encouraging words from player/coaches Chris Brown & Graham McOmish at the break saw the team re-group and play more fluent football in the second half with Graham putting away the equaliser.

Football can be a cruel game with Culburra scoring the winning goal with a good header from a corner with less than a minute to go before the final whistle.

Special mention to Dayne Spalding, Isaac Grainger & Lachy Mellier who all had excellent games.

3rd Grade debuts made by youngsters Mitchell Thompson, Marley Thomas, Cody Rodriguez, Archie Brown & Joe Michaels – and they will all be better for the run next week.

2nd Grade – lost 1-2

A very even game with Jacob Insley scoring a great goal prior to the break.

Culburra then scored around 15 minutes into the second half to even up the match.

As per the 3rd grade game & the cruelty of football – a defensive lapse saw the opposition score the winning goal with less than five minutes remaining in the game.

Special mention to Jack Eastwood & Owen Browne who were outstanding in a good team effort.

2nd Grade debuts were made by youngsters Lachy Dixon, Zac Stahlhut & Jai Duffy, while converted young goalkeeper Jacob Insley showed what potential he has as a field player in this grade.

Coach Martin Warner was very happy with his charges and they will only continue to improve under his guidance.

!st Grade – lost 2-4

The Culburra Cougars have been finalists, premiers & competition winners in this grade for the past zillion years and have always been known for combining a very physical style with skilful football.

A soft defensive error saw them take the lead in the first two minutes of the game – not the ideal start when chasing a team of this quality.

Some good constructive attacking play saw Basin’s Dane McGinn with a controlled finish to even the scores.

The game threatened to explode on several occasions with some heavy contact and several heated exchanges and this caused Basin to lapse in concentration with the opposition scoring another soft goal to take the lead.

Basin then gave up two more goals while chasing the game in the second half – caught out by excellent counter attacking football.

As is the norm with Basin, this squad will fight to the 90th minute.

A great run from Centre Back led to a skilful interchange around Culburra’s penalty box with new captain Brendan Hobbs putting away Basin’s second goal.

Tyrone Nye-Williams had an outstanding game at right back with a special thank you to O/35’s keeper Colin Crangle who played a blinder for us while we try to fill the 1st Grade keeper role.

Special mention to Zac Stahlhut on playing his first 20 minutes as a sub in 1st grade and playing well.

Overall, the coaching staff were pleased with how the day went in general, but now have more of an idea as to where improvements can be made.

These corrections & improvements are done at training, but we need all the players there to achieve this. Please advise your coaches if you cannot attend training.

Off the field our Fitness Coach Keith Graham & Goalkeeper Coach Peter Watts continue to bring more professionalism to this club.

We still require the assistance of a Manager/s for the three teams and would love the assistance of anyone with Strapping experience to mainly help with 1st Grade.

Please come and share the joys as a part of a Saturday at the football – we could use your help

Round 2 doesn’t get any easier as the three teams are all away to Bomaderry next Saturday.

As stated in my earlier note, our aim this year is to continue building on last year’s results on the paddock but to also continue building a family friendly culture at the Club where all can feel welcome.

Hope to see you there supporting your local club.

Paul Cubbo – 08/04/2018

 

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COMMITTEE MEETING

NEXT COMMITTEE MEETING WILL BE HELD AT 7PM ON TUESDAY 11 JANUARY AT THE CLUBHOUSE
ALL WELCOME

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