A "Chadstone" idea makes VAFA news

Retention of match day volunteers can prove a difficult task for all community football clubs, with many opting to pull players from earlier matches to help fulfill match day requirements.

Chadstone Amateur Football Club . . may have found the answer.

Teaming up with the Department of Justice in 2015, both Clubs were able to obtain much-needed match day volunteers while, at the same time, helping those who had been ordered to undergo community service.

Chadstone Secretary, Peter Kostakos, said committee members were constantly in discussions about how best to attract volunteers to their Club, and ex-VAFA President Michael Hazell contacted them and suggested they approach the Department of Justice. . . .

For the full article: 
http://goo.gl/8pHckn

From Nick Armistead (VAFA)




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