Peter Hookey is pleased to submit his final Presidents Report after four years at the helm of the Warrandyte Football Club. It is now time for renewal and a focus on continual improvement.
The AGM was held last night and we are pleased to announce the 2020 Committee of Management.
The Bloods enjoyed a great night at the Box Hill Pavilion on Friday night, with our 2019 presentation night. With over 160 in attendance the club paid tribute to not only the players who stood out this season, but the volunteers, committee, supporters, coaches and...
We played at home for the last time this season with a lot on the line for all 3 teams. Cementing a solid spot in the finals for the Under 19’s and Seniors, whilst the Reserves had their eyes on sending some veterans off with a win in their final games for the club.
We traveled out to Springfield Park to face our old nemesis in Whitehorse, whilst the under 19’s came up against a rampaging Silvan. Unfortunately the Seniors and Under 19’s hit road blocks with losses, however the Reserves came away with a much needed win and a good percentage boost.
The Club again supported STOP. One Punch Can Kill. in round 9 vs Donvale Football Club. Both clubs came together to support a community free of street and social violence, and all 3 games were played in great spirit.
Our 2019 Presidents Luncheon and it’s going to be a massive one, proudly sponsored by our platinum sponsor The Grand.
Date: Saturday, 6th July
Time: 12pm – 2pm
Cost: $80pp – Includes beer, wine, soft drink and grazing table
Dress: Smart Casual
Round 8 was an extremely important one for the Bloods coming off some tough losses over the past few weeks. The resulting 3 wins were just what the doctor ordered, bringing our season back on track.
This event is proudly supported by the Warrandyte Bendigo Bank and promises to be yet, another wonderful day.
• Tickets are $55 per person
• Grazing table and cocktail finger food will be catered by the wonderful Platter Perfection by Irene ‘Kookie’ Casey
• Entertainment by the smooth and sassy band, SOUL (back for their third year in a row
• Sparkling wine served on arrival as well as complimentary tea and coffee
• Additional drinks served at bar prices
• Sharni Layton. Sharni is an ex netball star who has recently transitioned into the AFLW
Round 7 was always going to be a tough one against a largely undefeated Belgrave South football club. We ventured out on what was tipped to be a wet and windy day to find surprisingly perfect conditions for football.