UPDATED: October 4, 2019
Glenmore Park FC Annual General Meeting for 2019, will be held on Tuesday, 19th November at Penrith Golf Club starting at 7:30pm
The following three (3) director positions will become available for nomination:
Nominations for the above positions MUST be submitted using the attached Office Bearer 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 5:00PM, Friday 8th November 2019 to “Returning Officer” GPFC, PO Box 8201 Glenmore Park 2745.
In addition to the above positions, our club, the largest in the NFA, needs a committee of 20-25 people in order to continue to meet the needs of our ever growing player member base at our Mulgoa Rise “The Nest” football complex. There is no role too small, and there are many ways that you can help your football community in Glenmore Park that we need help with. Some of these roles can be done during the week and not always consuming your weekends, such as:
Social Media and Communication Coordinators
Registration Coordinators – Mini-Roos, Junior Competition, Senior Competition
Coaching Coordinators – Mini-Roos, Junior Competition, Senior Competition
Event Coordinators – Junior & Senior Presentation
Please show your support, attend on the 20th and help make a difference within the Glenmore Park football community.
UPDATED: September 30, 2019
Commencing in 1968, the Champion of Champions tournament is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the footballing calendar, with champions (after having met Association eligibility criteria) from each association pitted against each other in a battle for supremacy.
We are indeed privileged to have 5 teams represent Nepean Football Association in the 2019 Tournament which commenced last Sunday. All our teams drew byes with 2 teams starting from the Round of 16 this Sunday 22/9 and remaining 3 teams joining straight from the Quarter Finals on 29/9.
We had 2 teams (17 boys and 18 women) make it to the Final last year. Both are back again this year in 18 Men and 21 Women, along with our 12 Boys, 21 Men and our elder statesmen the 45 Men. We wish all our 5 teams the very best of luck throughout the tournament.
Semi Finals – Sunday 13th October
18 Men vs Southern & Ettalong FC – Plum Park 1 (Lisarow) – 10:15AM
21 Men vs Cronulla Seagulls – Valentine Sport Park 2 – 12:30PM
Quarter Finals – Sunday 29 September
21 Women – lost to Greystanes FC 1-3
18 Men – defeated White City 5-1
21 Men – defeated Sans Souci 2-1
Round of 16 – Sunday 22 September
12 Boys – lost 0-4 to Pagewood Botany
18 Men – Bye
21 Women – Bye
21 Men – Bye
45 Men – lost 1-3 to Epping Eastwood
UPDATED: September 2, 2019
Any teams still to return their playing shirts could you please urgently contact Vice President Adam Culgan on 0426 990 640 to arrange a convenient time to return your kit.
You are also expected to have noted who has been issued each shirt within your team, so any shirts missing MUST be chased up with these players and returned. Missing shirts will be noted against the individual player who will be liable for the replacement fee of $50 or fined and made unfinancial if the shirt is not returned.
It is not the responsibility of your committee to chase every individual player from the teams you have coached/managed due to their slackness in returning the shirts to you, so please assist in this regard.
Teams that return kits with an unacceptable number of missing shirts whose players cannot be identified will be required to pay a bond next season in order to receive their teams playing kit.