2017 Girls Footy
Come and play Girls Footy in 2017
Join us in season 2017 as we celebrate our 4th year of Girls Footy at the Panthers. Since we started our Girls only teams in 2014 participation has grown enormously due to the passion and commitment of our Girls and their supporters to the game.
Our club hope to be fielding Girls teams in U10, U12, U14 and U16 in 2017. They will be supported with experienced and dedicated team of quality coaches, assistant coaches
and team managers.
- We are a Family Club
Joining Panthers Girls is much more than playing footy. It’s the chance to experience all the positive aspects of a team sport at a family friendly club.
- We are a Social Club
Our Girls and their parents are a part of our Family nights and social events at the club throughout the season. Social events for the girls and their families are also run during the season.
- We support our Girls
The Panther Girls are well supported by the SMJFL and the CJFC Committee and we have our ‘Girls Football Champion’ Petrina Carr on our Football Operations Committee.
- It's a Great Experience
Above all, our Girls have great fun playing footy with their mates. Each brings their own talents, playing their role as an individual and as part of a team, learning valuable life skills along the way. The Girls are passionate about their footy and dedicated to improving their skills. And like any good footy team, they are committed to their team mates and give their all for the team. A truly unique experience for young girls.
Interested? Then Come and Join Us!
We are looking for Under 10's, 12's and 14's and 16's for our 2017 season.
Pay only $100 registration fee and $70 for your home and away uniform and you are ready to go! Registrations open 1st November 2016 but we would love to get our planning for a huge 2017 CJFC Girls League underway. If you are interested in returning or joining the Panthers in 2017 please contact our Girls Footy Coordinator Petrina Carr on 0405509583 or email email@example.com
“Playing junior football has given our daughter the chance to play sport and be a part of large team. She has made friends from lots of different local schools which will be great when she starts high school. Coming from a family of boys it gives her something to do with her brothers and her dad and she loves showing them she can get rough and dirty just like the boys. Our whole family loves going to family nights and the social side of footy that other sports don’t have.”
- Jo O’Hara – Proud Girls Footy mum