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Formal Function

GFNC invites you to join them at their 2014 Formal

Saturday the 2nd of August from 7:30pm-12am
at Ascot House, 50 Fenton Street
Ascot Vale VIC 3032

Canapés and Light Meals will be provided for everyone throughout the night
All drinks are included for those 18 years and older

Live entertainment provided by The Baker Boys who have been voted as one of Australia’s best party bands. They travel all around the world to perform with the likes of INXS, Gotye and Crowded House and we are exceptionally lucky to have them entertaining us on the night.

We are excited to announce our two guest speakers for the night.
Jeff Gieschen, a prominent figure around our club this season. He is the former National Umpire Manager of the AFL and a former VFL player for Footscray Football Club. He was senior coach of Richmond from 1997-1999.

Cam Smith, the club’s number 1 ticket holder will also join us on this night. Cam is currently captain of Melbourne Storm, the Queensland State of Origin Team and the Australian Rugby League Team. He has won multiple Dally M Medals, as well as captaining Australia to victory in the 2013 World Cup and winning the Golden Boot as the world’s best player in 2007.

Come and help us celebrate the night and enjoy socialising and a break from the netball court or football field.


 

 

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Fox Footy Rewards

GFNC are proud to be involved in the Fox Footy Club rewards program this year.

Please take a minute to register your ams and Foxtel subscription for YOUR club to win essential prizes, footballs and a chance at a money can't buy Fox Footy experience.

25 registered - Essentials Pack
50 registered - 10 new footballs
80 registered - in the draw for a Fox Footy Experience

Follow the link and please get involved!!!!

http://www.foxfootyclubrewards.com.au/

 


 

Gardiner Reserve Upgrade Announced

  • Funding to form part of Stage One of Gardiner Reserve Community Project

  • Will allow upgrade of lights to meet AFL night standards

  • Allows for construction of new netball court meeting Australian standards.

 

 

The Gardiner Reserve Community Project would formally like to announce that $100,000 dollars has been committed by the Victorian State Government to help fund the Gardiner Reserve Upgrade.

 Stage one of the upgrade, set to get underway in coming months, is to include the installation of 100 lux lights to allow for night sport for the ground’s four tenants: Gisborne Football Netball Club, Gisborne Rookies Football Club, Gisborne Masters Football Club and the Gisborne Cricket Club.

 Also included in the initial upgrade is the reconstruction of the netball facility, in order to bring the court up to Australian standards.

 Minister for Sport and Recreation Damian Drum said he was proud to invest in grassroots facilities that make a real difference in local communities.

 “Quality sports infrastructure provides regional clubs and communities with better foundations to build their sports and boost participation,” Mr Drum said.

 “With more and more families moving to the Gisborne area these new facilities will be a welcome boost, enabling local clubs to accommodate the growing number of participants.”

 Colin Rodgers, President of the Gisborne Football Netball Club, thanked Mr Drum on behalf of the Gardiner Reserve Community Project Steering Committee for the efforts in securing the funding. 

 The committee includes representatives from each of the football clubs, the cricket club, as well as the Gisborne Community Bank and the GREAT organisation.

 “This process has been the first time where each of our clubs and organisations have come together  as one to achieve something, and that has been really rewarding,” Rodgers said.

 “We would like to thank Damian and the Victorian State Government and also the Macedon Ranges Shire Council.”

 “Gardiner Reserve is the jewell in Gisborne’s crown and its fantastic to be able to invest back into that jewell, and that is something we will continue to do,” Rodgers said.

 Future stages of the Gardiner Reserve Community Project include the installation of an electronic screen to host outdoor cinema evenings and an electronic scoreboard.

 Also planned is the upgrade of the netball court lights, as well as an amphitheatre to host music and arts events within the precinct.

 

 


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