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     Friday December 8th 2017 7pm
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Carrs Park Gala Day - SFC u/9 Hurricanes

Our u/9 Seaforth Hurricanes team did the Northern Beaches proud recently in a tough Gala Day tournament held by Carrs Park Football club who are part of the St. George FA down past the airport. In a competition filled with SAP and Development teams the Hurricanes won 3 of their 4 games in the initial round robin stage and scored a super last minute winner in their final group game against St. George Centre Of Excellence to give them a 2-1 win that saw them top their group. The standard was such that had they not won that game they would have been out of the competition.

A 2-1 quarter final win in a tight game against Bexley North sent them into the semi-finals against Rockdale City Suns. This was a very physical but enjoyable game ending 3 – 3 after extra time. The Hurricanes then took on the drama of a penalty shoot-out but sadly went down 2-1 after 5 penalties each. The boys had a great day experiencing all the highs and lows of competition football and drew special praise from the Carrs Park Technical director who wrote to the club afterwards calling the boys out as one of the best sides in the competition. Well done, the Hurricanes.

Back Row : Xavier Brady , Hugo Gaudry, Charlie McClennan, Henry Knight, Tobia Depree
Front Row : Conor Pryor, Will Castellan, Luca Castellan, Ollie Nunn, Joe Hayes

Application for Senior Men's Coaching Positions in 2018

In 2018 Seaforth Football Club will look to field both a men's Premier League and All Ages Division 1 side. Looking to build on the successful season in Premier League which saw both reserve and first grade finish in the top 4 and reserve grade winning the grand final. As part of the expansion the club is currently taking applications for coaching positions within the senior coaching set up. There are multiple positions available including head and assistant coaching roles.

The ideal candidate(s) will have the following;

:: Experience in a senior coaching set up at grassroots level or higher

:: FFA/AFC C Licence (B Licence or higher preferred) or international equivalent

:: The ability to work as part of the coaching team as well as be able to plan, prepare and deliver sessions autonomously

:: A willingness to contribute to the development of the Seaforth FC on a variety of levels

To lodge your expression of interest please email a CV of no more than 1 page detailing football experience, accomplishments and qualifications to premierleague@seaforthfc.com. For more details about the positions, inquiries may also be sent to the above address.


To all members

You would know from » media reports that the state government is pushing forward with it’s plan to construct a new harbour tunnel linking the northern beaches with the Harbour Bridge and the Warringah Freeway, and they’re planning to build a tunnel entrance on the Wakehurst Parkway near Judith St.

We’re incredibly concerned about the potential impact of the building works and of any tunnel ventilation shaft.

If it goes ahead, all of this will be happening on the doorstep of Seaforth Oval and clearly this could potentially have a very serious impact on the operation and future of the club and the welfare of our members.

Because the plans are not detailed, we are urgently pursuing contact with various groups to try and get more details about the specific impact on our club and football community.

Representatives of Seaforth FC are currently engaging with the tunnel Project Director at NSW Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) Department, with local community groups and with the MWFA.

We’re also meeting with local council politicians and with our state MP James Griffin to ensure they understand the impact to our club and community and to gain their support.

This is a huge issue for the club and we’re taking this very seriously. The club will be making a formal written submission to the government in the coming week about this.

We will be communicating with you again in the next couple of days once we’ve met with the RMS Project Director. We’ll let you know what we believe are the key issues for our club and recommendations on how to pass your support for us on to the government.

- More soon, Seaforth FC


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MWFA Awards Night 2017 - Premier League Rookie of the year - Seaforth’s Jack McGinley

Michael Regan presents award to MWFA Rookie of the Year, Jack McGinley

One of our young stars, Jack McGinley, was awarded the MWFA's Rookie of the Year. Respected by his peers and opposition, he has been a key player in Seaforth's PL team in his debut season. Well done Jack.

A shout out too to Former Mayor of Warringah Michael Regan, who was introduced as "Synthetic Mike" has delivered much need synthetic fields at Cromer 1 and Melwood. Upcoming projects include Cromer 2 and Lionel Watts ovals and is pushing for Seaforth Oval to be the new Council's next priority. We have been working with him behind the scenes to move this forward.

We wish to say thank you and good luck to you and the Your Northern Beaches Independent Team in the coming election. We appreciate the support to the club and community around us.

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