UPDATED: October 13, 2014
Commiserations, but a mighty congratulations to our Prem 2 Reserves team, coached by Rod Carley for giving it their all in Sunday’s Final of the Football NSW Champion of Champions U21 Men Tournament. Unfortunately the boys went down 0-1 in a very competitive match, in which they dominated the majority of , but missed a couple of opportunities to take the lead which would have resulted in a different story. This was the second year in a row that the boys have made the final. The club as is the Nepean FA are very proud of the boys achievements, especially being the sole NFA finals representative the past 2 years. Pending ages, we all hope that the boys can back up and be third time lucky to claim the title in 2015.
21 Men Results
Round 1 – bye
Round 2 – bye
Round 3 – GPFC defeated Roselands FC (Canterbury District) 1 – 0 (Cook Park)
Semi-Final – GPFC defeated Ryde Saints United (Gladesville Hornsby) 2 – 0 (Cook Park)
Final – GPFC lost to Castle Hill Utd (Gladesville Hornsby) 0 – 1 (Cook Park)
Commiserations also to our 16 Boys who lost their Semi Final, narrowly going down to WPH Cherrybrook 1-2. The boys fought back to level 1-1 after going in at 0-1 at half time and mostly dominating the first halfs play. It took an opportunists and screamer of a goal from Cherrybook on the edge of the box to take the lead and hold the boys out. GPFC is very proud of your efforts, not only this season but for the past 6 seasons dominating the local NFA Leage Division 1 competitions.
16 Boys Results
Round 1 - GPFC defeated Lithgow District representative 7 – 2 (Lithgow)
Round 2 – GPFC defeated Spears Sports Club (Bankstown District) 4 - 0 (Mark Leece Oval)
Round 3 – GPFC defeated Balmain (Canterbury District) 1 – 0 (Blair Park)
Semi-Final - GPFC lost to WPH Cherrybrook (Gladesville Hornsby) 1-2 (Cook Park)
UPDATED: October 13, 2014
The Senior Presentation dinner is fast approaching - Saturday, 1st November 2014 in the Members room at Club Paceway (Penrith Trotting Club).
If you are still to finalise payment for your tickets, please URGENTLY contact Competition Secretary Carly de St Germain by this Friday 17th October. Tickets $70 per person.
The event will start at 6:30 PM with the serving of hot horderves, followed by a scrumptious 3-course meal plus premium beer, wine and soft drink, and entertainment (DJ).
The presentations will include the unveiling of the clubs new playing strip for 2015!
UPDATED: September 22, 2014
Glenmore Park Football Club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will now be held on Wednesday 12 November at Penrith Golf Club auditorium, commencing at 7:00 PM
The club had a record number of 1150 registrations in 2014 and with further housing development in Glenmore Park, our numbers are more than likely to increase. The club cannot continue to run and meet the needs of a continually growing player member base with a relatively small committee of 12 people. There is no role too small, and there are many ways that you can help your football community in Glenmore Park.
There are various roles that we need help with that can be done during the week and not always consuming your weekends, such as:
Canteen Coordinators -Blue Hills & Ched Towns
Line Markers – Blue Hills & Ched Towns
BBQ Coordinator – Blue Hills
Roster Coordinators – Blue Hills & Ched Towns
Equipment Coordinators – Blue Hills & Ched Towns
Registration Coordinators – SSF, Junior Competition, Senior Competition
Coaching Coordinators – SSF, Junior Competition, Senior Competition
Event Coordinators – Junior & Senior Presentations
Executive Committee Positions Available: In accordance with the GPFC Constitution, the following two (2) director positions will become available for nomination:
Nominations for the above positions MUST be submitted using the attached Nomination Form in writing, signed by the nominee and two (2) members proposing & seconding the nomination. The completed nomination form is to be returned, by Friday 31 October 2014, to “Returning Officer” GPFC, PO Box 8201 Glenmore Park 2745