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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby RedArmy » Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:53 pm

Shirtfront wrote:
RedArmy wrote:The 2010 Senior Presentations were held last night at the Flagstaff Hill Golf Club.
Was a really good night with everyone looking pretty sharp.

well done to all the winners:

A Grade
B&F Matt Carey
R/U David Kearsley
Rising Star Craig Langcake

B Grade
B&F Leigh O'Malley
R/U Luke Stewart

Under 18s
B&F Sam Napier
R/U Ben Papps

The Senior coaches, for 2011, were also announced
A John Ramage
B Rod Mitchell
C Darren Collins
U18 Craig Burfitt

Great work by the people involved in making the decision, securing quality coaches for the 2011 season this early on. Hopefully we can continue on building towards senior success and have a great year in 2011. UP THE FALCONS


WTF?????


im guessing you know Darren, shirtfront?
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby the big bang » Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:05 pm

hey guys, just wondering how many votes Napier won your 18's BnF by? after he won the mail medal by 423 votes.

how was the voting done, (5 4 3 2 1, 3 2 1, or a few lots of 3 2 1 or whatever?) and what was the end tally?
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby asert » Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:05 am

Can't remember exactly but I think it was pretty convincing
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby 85 WAS A GOOD YEAR » Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:43 am

the big bang wrote:hey guys, just wondering how many votes Napier won your 18's BnF by? after he won the mail medal by 423 votes.

how was the voting done, (5 4 3 2 1, 3 2 1, or a few lots of 3 2 1 or whatever?) and what was the end tally?

Sam was 25 pts ahead of runner up.
3 team officials do votes of 1 2 3 4 and 5 votes
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby the big bang » Mon Nov 01, 2010 3:58 pm

85 WAS A GOOD YEAR wrote:
the big bang wrote:hey guys, just wondering how many votes Napier won your 18's BnF by? after he won the mail medal by 423 votes.

how was the voting done, (5 4 3 2 1, 3 2 1, or a few lots of 3 2 1 or whatever?) and what was the end tally?

Sam was 25 pts ahead of runner up.
3 team officials do votes of 1 2 3 4 and 5 votes



yeah right. is that 3 officials EACH do 5 4 3 2 1 (ie 15 votes each game max) or the 3 officials work together for the one set of votes?

would have thought he'd win by more than 25 either way though. didnt he win the mail medal by 23ish? with only 3 votes up for grabs each game.
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby 85 WAS A GOOD YEAR » Mon Nov 01, 2010 6:14 pm

the big bang wrote:yeah right. is that 3 officials EACH do 5 4 3 2 1 (ie 15 votes each game max) or the 3 officials work together for the one set of votes?

Each official does the votes, so there is a max of 15 votes per game.
I'm not how much Assoc Medal by though tbb
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby Archer11 » Wed Nov 03, 2010 9:01 pm

What's this I hear that a head trainer is leaving and pursuing another position at a successful senior club. Any truth to the rumour??
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby asert » Wed Nov 03, 2010 9:11 pm

Well he was at the meeting held last week for all coaches and officials. I would be very surprised if there was any truth to this.
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby spot on » Wed Nov 03, 2010 9:15 pm

Archer11 wrote:What's this I hear that a head trainer is leaving and pursuing another position at a successful senior club. Any truth to the rumour??

Emus?
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby 85 WAS A GOOD YEAR » Thu Nov 04, 2010 11:15 am

Archer11 wrote:What's this I hear that a head trainer is leaving and pursuing another position at a successful senior club. Any truth to the rumour??

Frank's not leaving Flagstaff
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby RedArmy » Thu Nov 04, 2010 10:42 pm

spot on wrote:
Archer11 wrote:What's this I hear that a head trainer is leaving and pursuing another position at a successful senior club. Any truth to the rumour??

Emus?


You 2 are both absolute clowns! stop trying to stir the pot by making up nonsense, for it to even qualify as a rumour it must actually circulate through several people, not something you just decide to make up.
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby spot on » Fri Nov 05, 2010 7:04 pm

RedArmy wrote:
spot on wrote:
Archer11 wrote:What's this I hear that a head trainer is leaving and pursuing another position at a successful senior club. Any truth to the rumour??

Emus?


You 2 are both absolute clowns! stop trying to stir the pot by making up nonsense, for it to even qualify as a rumour it must actually circulate through several people, not something you just decide to make up.

Not made up Red Army, I did hear it spoken of by a couple of M/V people involved at the club. I was just backing up the rumour Archer 11 had heard, not stiring the pot.
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby Dazza44 » Sat Nov 06, 2010 2:31 am

spot on wrote:
RedArmy wrote:
spot on wrote:
Archer11 wrote:What's this I hear that a head trainer is leaving and pursuing another position at a successful senior club. Any truth to the rumour??

Emus?


You 2 are both absolute clowns! stop trying to stir the pot by making up nonsense, for it to even qualify as a rumour it must actually circulate through several people, not something you just decide to make up.

Not made up Red Army, I did hear it spoken of by a couple of M/V people involved at the club. I was just backing up the rumour Archer 11 had heard, not stiring the pot.


tell 'em they're dreaming !!!!!!!
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby 85 WAS A GOOD YEAR » Sun Nov 14, 2010 4:01 pm

FHFC - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The AGM is on Tuesday, 16th November at 7.30pm at the Club

We're very keen to get even more nominations for the committee (we currently have over 20).
We'd love some more new people particularly...
* Junior Parents
* Sub Junior Parents
* Players

You'll get to see how the Club is run plus you make a contribution to it.


TRAINING TOP SPONSOR
We're still urgently looking for a pre-season training top sponsor.
Specially designed training tops set us apart and adds to our professionalism and promotes strength and unity.
Every Senior and U18 player is expected to wear one to every training session.

It's great way for a new sponsor to get involved or for an existing sponsor to increase their exposure.

The sponsorship this year is for $1000 + gst. This can be paid in instalments over several months next year if necessary. This only partly covers the cost so we will be looking for a small $5 subsidy from each player to cover the rest and to give them a greater sense of responsibility and ownership.

If you're a NEW or CURRENT SPONSOR and you want to take advantage of this opportunity, please get onto me immediately so we can get them printed by Dec 7th.
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby 85 WAS A GOOD YEAR » Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:08 am

FHFC 2011 FAMILY FUN DAY (INC REGISTRATION DAY)
Auskick to Seniors, plus Family, Friends, Supporters & Sponsors

Season 2011 Player REGISTRATION - New Players Welcome :)

All grades must register - From Sub-juniors to “A” grade
- New players Under 18 years, please bring along proof of age or birth certificate

Sunday 13th February – 11am to 4pm
Flagstaff Community Centre & Oval
Coromandel St (off Black Rd), Flagstaff Hill


Activities Include…
 - 3 Wheel Trike Rides (all ages)
 - Performance Mouthguards
 - Scooby Doo Jumpy Castle
 - Charley Peanut (free giveaways)
 - Club Merchandise
 - Face Painting
 - Footy Competitions for all ages
 - BBQ, Canteen, Value Meals, Bar & Music


Everyone Welcome…Stay the Day

For more information including Registration Fees visit http://www.fhfc.com.au
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby Dutchy » Sun Feb 13, 2011 9:37 pm

Great day at Flaggies today, kids had a ball and some parents got talked into coaching :oops:
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby MatteeG » Sun Feb 13, 2011 9:53 pm

Dutchy wrote:Great day at Flaggies today, kids had a ball and some parents got talked into coaching :oops:


LOL- congrats Dutchy!
helicopterking wrote:Flaggies will choke. Always have.
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby 85 WAS A GOOD YEAR » Mon Feb 14, 2011 8:35 am

Dutchy wrote:Great day at Flaggies today, kids had a ball and some parents got talked into coaching :oops:

Good work Dutch. Now I'll get to officially get to meet you in person.
:D :D :)
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Re: FLAGSTAFF HILL FOOTBALL CLUB

Postby Dutchy » Thu Apr 07, 2011 8:07 pm

NEW PLAYERS
• We have THREE x Under 12 teams available for players born in 1999 or 2000.
• All new players to the Club from Friday 8th April will receive a $10 Charlesworth
Nuts gift voucher once they’ve paid their registration fees.
• All newly registered players will also go into a draw for a Club Training Guernsey to
be signed by the A Grade squad.

BRING A BUDDY
• Any currently registered players that brings a buddy will also get a $10 Charlesworth
Nuts gift voucher once the new player has paid their registration fees.

WHAT WE OFFER
The Flagstaff Hill Football Club prides itself on its family values & atmosphere. We are
committed to taking ALL players who want to join us & to giving every player a fair go.
We offer the following…
… Training, development and coaching for all skill levels
… A Club culture that fosters an inclusive team approach
… A great tradition as a family club which mentors all its players
… A fantastic social atmosphere for parents

WHAT TO DO NEXT
Come to training on Friday nights at 6.00pm at the Flagstaff Oval and register
Or get more details about the Under 12s & the Flagstaff Hill Football Club from our
website at http://www.fhfc.com.au/subbies/subbies.htm
Or contact our very efficient and very friendly Sub Junior Coordinators…
Donna O'Brien - Mob: 0439 707 915 Email: obrien.donna441@gmail.com
Michelle O'Connell - Mob: 0433 291 541 Email: locmoc@live.com.au

OTHER GRADES AVAILABLE...EVERYONE WELCOME
An Open Invitation To All
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