St Johns Eagles player vacancies First XIII, U16 & U17

St Johns Eagles will this year be fielding teams in the Bundaberg Red Cup and Sydney Shield competitions and are looking for players with the ambitions to further progress their careers in the First XIII (Under 15), Under 16 and Under 17 age groups and being part of the first and to date the only club to win 100 Junior League premierships in the Canterbury-Bankstown District.

Last year the St Johns Eagles won the Canterbury-Bankstown Junior League Club Championship and Junior League Club of the Year and at the same time took the giant step to compete at Bundaberg Red Cup level - one step below the NSW Cup competition.

All our senior International teams have experienced St Johns coaches at the helm and in recent years St Johns have had a great success rate of supplying players to representative teams including the selections of Daniel Abou Sleiman, Leilani Latu and Jaline Graham in the Bulldogs NYC Toyota Cup and NSW Cup squads and Leilani Latu in the 2011 Australian Schooboys squad.

Training for the First XIII, Under 16's and Under 17's is at Punchbowl Park, corner Rose St & Viola St, Punchbowl from 5.30pm to 7.00pm every Tuesday and Thursday.

To be part of the St Johns Eagles in 2012 contact Secretary George Khoury on 0410 653 475 or President Joe Farah on 0411 377 500 or email gkhoury@tpg.com.au.

Visit the Club's website - www.stjohnseagles.com.au
  
ST JOHNS EAGLES
Contact: George Khoury
Mobile: 0410 653 475
Email: gkhoury@tpg.com.au

Home Ground: Begnel Oval
Address: Madeline St, Belfield
Training Ground: Punchbowl Park
Address: Cnr Viola St & Rose St, Punchbowl
Website:
http://www.stjohnseagles.com.au




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