FDJFL joins AFL South East

 FRANKSTON & DISTRICT JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE ADOPT AFL SOUTH EAST CONSTITUTION

May 25, 2016 

Member clubs of the Frankston & District Junior Football League (FDJFL) last night adopted a new constitution, bringing the league under the governance and administration of the AFL South East Commission. The move brings the FDJFL under the same governance and administrative structure as the South East Juniors, South East FNL and the Mornington Peninsula Nepean FL. Former FDJFL Executive member Garry Woolard will join the Commission as the FDJFL representative and assumes the role as FDJFL Chairman until the next Annual General Meeting when nominations are called. 

AFL South East general manager Jeremy Bourke described the move as progressive for the league. “Bringing our leagues together under a unified governance and administrative model allows us to provide a greater level of support to our clubs at the same time as reducing club fees. The FDJFL now has access to a dedicated operations resource, a league manager and supporting full-time resources in the areas finance, commercial operations, media and communications, umpiring, female football and football development. This is a stunning progression for a league that 2 years ago was being run purely by volunteers. We have some immediate priorities for these staff to attend to within the FDJFL and we look forward to some exciting initiatives and announcements within the coming months”. 

The FDJFL will continue to base its administration at its current headquarters at Kananook Reserve. The league’s management will be overseen by AFL South East Leagues Manager Shaun Connell, with Pauline Pawsey continuing to head up operations. The move comes after AFL South East released its recommendations following a regional governance review was conducted in 2015. Only the Mornington Peninsula Junior FL now sit outside the recommended governance model, with their clubs resolving to vote on the move at their AGM at the end of the season.

 

 
 

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GO EAGLES!!!!!

upcoming CHARITY DAY 18 June 2016..

Michelle’s Big Day Out

 

The Edithvale Aspendale Sporting Club Community Group have chosen this as our 2016 Fundraiser…

we are holding a dedicated fundraising day

”Michelle’s Big Day Out” on 18th June 2016:       

Michelle Dale and husband Rod and their three children: Bailey, Harley and Taylor are a long-time loyal Edithvale Aspendale community family with all 3 children participating in both the junior and senior footy clubs.  Michelle and Rod and their extended families have also assisted in many volunteer areas within the clubs.

BACKGROUND:           On 20th October 2015, out of the blue, Michelle was rushed to the Emergency Department at Monash Hospital, with a suspected stroke. After a full scan, it was discovered that she had a bleed to the brain that caused the stroke. It was deemed necessary to operate in order to save Michelle’s life. The Doctors were able to stop the bleeding but they could not find the origin of the bleed. After further scans it was found that Michelle had a Brain AVM (Arteriovenous Malformation) on the right side of her brain. AVM is a tangle of abnormal and poorly formed blood vessels (arteries and veins) which have a higher rate of bleeding than normal vessels. Brain AVM’s occur in less than 1% of the general population and are of most concern because of the damage they cause when they bleed. After undergoing two more operations and 3 months in hospital, her recovery is slow and Michelle has been left with a permanent vision impairment and is unable to continue working as a nurse. 

WHAT THE FUNDRAISING WILL HELP WITH: As Michelle now relies heavily on the support of her family, friends and medical professionals, the funds raised will assist with the home alterations, resources, equipment and services that are necessary along Michelle’s painstaking road to recovery.

All donations will be so very much appreciated, no matter how big or small, as they will help us achieve our end goal.

we look forward to seeing you at the  Charity Day … booking details coming soon… you can also donate by clicking here: https://www.gofundme.com/24uyzc4

 

Go DALES!!!!!!

ladies high tea

dandenong stingrays holiday footy clinic

click here to download stingrays flyer and access the registration links…

 

2016 Season has started!!!

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Click on “TEAMS” on the home menu, and select your Team to check on the Frankston and Districts Junior Football League SportingPulse Results

Keep an eye out for Special visits from Eddie, our Favorite Eagle.

2016 Welcome

2016 Welcome from the President

AFL Kids First and JLT Insurance info

April 2016 newsletter

Eagles Fly High!!!

EAJFC is proud of our role in the development of local talent.

adding to the long list of quality footballers to come out of Regents Park, we would like to congratulate 

2016 TAC Cup U18s Dandenong Stingrays Players
Liam McKay (Captain for season 2016)
Nick Carlon, Charlie Martello, Jack Doman, Zac Barratt

and

2016 Dandenong Stingrays U16s 

James Hickey (2016 Captain), Will Barron (2016 Vice Captain), Stephen Tapolczay, Zack O’Neill and Bailey Schmidt

well done boys and go Eagles!

SEASON 2016 about to open!!!

the day has nearly arrived!!!!

time to smell the linament and freshly cut grass and take to the field to play for the mighty EAGLES!!!

First Round is Sunday April 10… keep an eye on emails from your Team Managers to find out venues and times for your Team

(note: NO Junior Games at Regents Park this Sunday due to the local Senior Derby EdiAsp vs Chelsea)

Edithvale Aspendale Sporting Club 2016

Check out this great offer to join our Senior Sporting Club

click here to download the brochure

Edithvale Aspendale Sporting Club Membership

great gift idea… support your local community!!!!

Go Eagles