|Adamstown No. 2
||18 August 2020, 9:50 AM
|Adamstown No. 3
||20 August 2020, 10:53 AM
|Adamstown No. 4
||24 August 2020, 7:46 AM
A Message from Newcastle Football re: the letter received late Monday 18 August 2020 from NSW Health Chief Medical Officer, Dr Kerry Chant PSM with the requirements of Community Sport to assist in minimising COVID-19 transmission through Sport.
These latest requirements include:
Cease activities that result in the mixing of participants and staff from different regions, for example by ceasing zone, regional or state championships or competitions;
Avoid carpools or bus travel with people from different household groups where possible;
Limit spectators to ONE parent only, where the child requires parental supervision during the sporting activity.
Implementation of these recommendations must commence by Wednesday, 19th August and they are anticipated to remain in place for the next six weeks.
To clarify references relating to ‘regions’ – this DOES NOT impact local MiniRoos Groups or the Hunter/Newcastle/Macquarie Interdistrict Competitions as we are considered to be part of the same ‘region’, the Hunter Region as detailed below:
The Hunter is one of NSW’s most popular destinations, located just two hours’ drive north of Sydney. Newcastle, Maitland and Lake Macquarie are the major cities, surrounded by the regional centres, which include Cessnock, Muswellbrook, Port Stephens, Scone, Singleton and Taree.
Following this letter, Northern NSW Football and Newcastle Football ask you to communicate and reinforce the message with your Players, Spectators, Parents, Coaches and Volunteers and ensure you are implementing the above in line with your Club’s COVID-19 Safety Plan to assist reduce the risk of COVID-19 within our community.
If you have any questions please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org #itsabudslife
Women's Premier League 13, 15 and 17 year old Teams for 2021 Season. Expressions of Interest are now OPEN.
Please see the News Widget Tab for information and the link to the Expression of Interest form. EOI's close 28/08/2020.
Big thanks to Newcastle Council for assisting the Buds with our plans for expanding our change rooms and public toilet facilities- we soon hope to have plans prepared which will provide separate male and female change facilities plus new public toilets. Watch this space!!
Facebook is updated regularly and is the best place to keep up with what's happening. You do not have to be a Facebook user to see the updates. Just Google the page name and put Facebook after it and you will be able to see all the information.
ARJFC ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING WEDNESDAY 26/02/2020
The following people were elected to the 2020 Committee:
President: Troy Anderson
Vice President: Fabian Kerr
Secretary: Penny Howard
Treasurer: Kerry Conquest
Committee Members: Michelle Crawley, Samantha Jenkins and Torin Mackintosh
Public Officer and MPIO: Daniel Alexander
Honorary Legal Advisors: SWS Lawyers
Club Accountants: McGregor and McGregor, Newcastle
Players in ARJFC Juniors Teams need to play in their Age Appropriate teams i.e. the age they turn by 31/12/20
Turning 4/5/6 in 2020 play in 6's
Turning 7 in 2020 play in 7's
Turning 8 in 2020 play in 8's
Turning 9 in 2020 play in 9's
Turning 10 in 2020 play in 10's
Turning 11 in 2020 play in 11's
Turning 12 in 2020 play in 12's
Turning 13/14 in 2020 play in 14's
Turning 15 in 2020 play in 15's
Turning 15/16 in 2020 can play in 16's
Turning 17/18 in 2020 can play in 18's
The age groups with a split age composition are able to have two ages involved because we only have 12, 14, 16 and 18 Girls Teams, so no in between age groups.
By pushing younger players up into older age groups it is disrupting the age group below, and making it difficult to form teams. We can't kick a child that is the correct age out, to fit in a younger child, as that isn't fair.
Joining a new team is a great way to make additional friends and get to know other families that you may not see every day. Broaden your horizons and embrace new challenges.
Naturally, older age groups can always borrow a younger player to help out of they are short of players.
Fees have been set for 2020, approved by Newcastle Football and are as follows:
Small Sided Football Players U6 through to U11 age groups
U/6 and 7 – $270.00
U/8 and 9 - $290.00
U/10 and 11 - $290.00
Inter-District Competition Players
U/12 to U/18 $380.00
NET Team Players
12 NET $500.00
13 Girls Skills Squad
$900.00 inclusive of training and playing gear
Please go to our Registration Tab for more information on the "Active Kids" $100 Voucher, the FFA Playfootball Registration System and how you can pay your fees in 2020.
WHILST WE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO GET YOUR CHILD IN TO THE TEAM OF THEIR CHOICE, IT ISN'T EASY, AND SOME PEOPLE MAY BE DISAPPOINTED.
ARJFC in the Junior Club will NOT allow players to play in older age groups unless there is a vacancy in an age group that cannot be filled by a player of the correct age.
This would only occur if we need to combine two age groups so it will allow us to field a Team and not turn players away.
Adamstown Rosebud Junior Football Club are excited to announce the appointment of our new Club Technical Director and WPL First Grade Coach for the 2020 Season.
Ryan Campbell, formerly of the Newcastle Jets Academy (2018-2019) and NNSW Football Emerging Jets Program- Head Coach (2012-2018) has agreed to come on board to guide our Buds for the 2020 season.
Ryan is the holder of an AFA/FFA "A" Licence and is an FFA Advanced Licence Coach Educator. He has extensive experience in implementing and running High Performance Football Programs, with a special interest in skill development.
He has had success coaching both males and females at representative and national championship level. Ryan is passionate about making better players and people through football based programs. As a Primary School Teacher Ryan is also an educator for younger children.
Welcome to the Buds Ryan #itsabudslife