KDFNL Announce New Major Partner
Speaking at Lancaster’s half time function Watson announced the educational institution as the League’s major partner for this season. "The League is very pleased to partner with KCLC for this season. We are both community based organisations and it’s a great fit for the reach and personnel within our League."
"The partnership will be of mutual benefit and will allow us to work with KCLC and offer important educational programs and activities that are of benefit to our clubs and their members."
KCLC Chairman Grant Findlay also addressed those present at the event. "KCLC is very excited to be working with the KDFNL. As a not-for-profit organisation we pride ourselves on our community focus in our education programs."
"This partnership is representative and reflective of that and we are pleased to be supporting the League in their role to provide football and netball participation opportunities."
KCLC is a:
- Learn Local Registered Training Provider; No 3897
- Neighbourhood House
- Centrelink Agency
- Registered Childcare Centre
- Child First Family Service Provider (DHS)
KCLC has a vision to operate as a financially viable and friendly, personalised yet professional model of integrated service delivery, providing a benchmark for community development and service outcomes in both the Human Service and Adult Education field.
KCLC also encourages other agencies to provide services at KCLC and numerous job network members, private psychologists, Haven Housing and Community Living and Respite Services (a disability service provider) operate from KCLC. Murray Human Services also operates Friends of the Kitchen on Mondays in partnership with KCLC volunteers.
KCLC manages numerous community projects including The Kyabram Community Garden. Kyabram Youth Partnerships and The Volunteer Connect program.
Welcome to Season 2014
Welcome to the first episode of the KDFNL Show. Publicity Officer Sam Saracino with the help of league and club representatives preview season 2014.
2013 Grand Final Results
Seniors: Murchison 16.19 - 115 def. Stanhope 12.12 - 84
Reserves: Undera 10.6 - 66 def. Avenel 8.14 - 62
U18: Lancaster 12.12 - 84 def. Nagambie 2.8 - 20
A Grade: Rushworth 43 def. Stanhope 36
B Grade: Merrigum 52 def. Lancaster 24
C Grade: Murchison 49 def. Tallygaroopna 26
17&U: Stanhope 55 def. Murchison 27
15&U: Nagambie 37 def. Avenel 33
2013 KDFNL 'Netafim' GRAND FINAL PREVIEW
KDFNL Football Publicity Officer Sam Saracino and Netball Publicity Bree Boyle preview this weekends KDFNL Netafim Grand Finals.
2013 KDFNL MEDAL COUNT
The Kyabram District Football Netball League Best and Fairest Medal Count was held on Wednesday 28th of September at Shepparton Harness Racing Club.
Congratulations to all the winners.
McNamara Medalist - Joshua Pell (Merrigum)
Bennetts Sports Award - Joshua Pell (Merrigum)
Wade Medalist- James Bodycoat (Violet Town)
Knights Furniture Award - James Bodycoat (Violet Town) & Daniel Old (Girgarre)
Inch Medalist -Dylan Fitzgerald (Merrigum)
Warren Family Award - Jared McMahon (Girgarre)
Thank you to The Hume Indigenous Family Violence Regional Action Group who sponsored the 2013 Netball Good Sports Award.
Warren Medalist - Sharni Lloyd (Rushworth)
Good Sports Award - Carly Murphy (Longwood)
Whitford Medalist - Danielle Myers (Girgarre)
Good Sports Award - Rachel Smith (Avenel) & Sarah Pain (Rushworth)
McCormack Medalist - Narelle Gregory (Murchison)
Good Sports Award - Shanel Lines (Ardmona)
17 & UNDER
Glover Medalist -Darcy D'Augello (Merrigum)
Good Sports Award - Georgia Gerada (Violet Town)
15 & UNDER
Scoble Medalist -Heidi Morris (Stanhope)
Good Sports Award - Mollie Karl (Tallygaroopna)