A reminder that all managers need to wear a yellow vest during the game and a responsible adult is to wear an orange vest on the sideline to manage the Barden Ridge supporters at each game.
Failure to do this may result in the referee not starting the game, or a large fine for the club.
BRFC is again offering all teams the option to arrange a training session at Menai Indoor Centre.
Bookings for the Indoor Centre at Menai start from Tuesday June 2nd and end on Tuesday August 18th.
There are 3 sessions available each Tuesday night
To book go to www.bardenridgebacks.com.au – Coaches – Training – Book Session
For those teams that have emailed their request, these have now been entered onto the booking system and you will receive a further email confirmation from firstname.lastname@example.org
These sessions will fill fast so get in early.
We are pleased to confirm that Menai District Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic at Illawong are club sponsors for 2015.
As the longest established physiotherapy clinic in the area, we will be in good hands.
Please make note of the following service they are providing to our club…
The SPORTS INJURY ASSESSMENT CLINIC is a FREE service for club players who have injured themselves during the game each weekend. Principal physio, Andy Yan, will be available to assess injuries, refer for xrays and advise on the best course of action to get you back in top form.
This service is available from 6pm every Monday evening during the season.
A phonecall prior to attending is advised to minimise waiting times. The contact number is 95430199.
Due to the commencement of construction on the new Sharks development, users of the Solander field precinct no longer have access to the Sharks car park when visiting Solander during the 2015 season. This is likely to create problems with available parking space especially during periods of peak usage (particularly Saturday mornings and in the event of any scheduled Sharks home game).
Cronulla RSL Youth Soccer Club is in ongoing discussions with Sutherland Council regarding options to improve available parking and with the SSFA regarding scheduling around any Sharks home games but in the intervening period Clubs should advise their teams/players of the potential for problems and to allow themselves sufficient travel time when playing at Solander in the event that they are forced to park at some distance from the fields. Alternatively where possible it may be worth suggesting car pooling to your players in order to decrease pressure on the limited car parking space available.
Unfortunately other than continuing to advocate with Council the situation is largely beyond our control. Cronulla RSL Youth Soccer Club would however like to thank all Clubs for their understanding and apologizes for the obvious inconvenience that this situation may cause to your players in 2015.
Cronulla RSL Youth Soccer Club
FFA has recently uploaded free coaching resources for the football community.
This resource provides a complete guide to a season’s training; ensuring players have fun in a safe and professional environment.
All coaches, please use the link below to access this extremely valuable information.