Paul Cisek Family Fund

Boronia Hawks were very saddened to learn of the passing of former player Paul Cisek. Chissa had a terrific junior career with the Hawks, playing over 100 games. He won four junior Best and Fairest Awards between 1994 and 2000 – an outstanding record for a very talented footballer. Our thoughts and sympathy are with his family and many friends at this sad time. 

Your support for the young family of Paul Cisek and Kat Buzinskas would be greatly appreciated.  Former Hawks captain Pat Garrity was a close mate of Paul and has opened a “Go Fund Me” appeal to help Kat, Mason and Riley.  Donations can be made by through the following link to the Family Fund. Thank you.

Paul (Chissa) Cisek Family Fund   

Knox Leader article by Toby Prime: Boronia rallies around family of Paul Cisek following death of former star junior footballer

Boronia Hawks Club Chaplain: Rick Castricum

 

 

Paul Cisek and family

 

Junior Star comes Home to the Hawks

Boronia Football Netball Club is excited to announce the signing of Brayden Bowes from Silvan.

Brayden was a Boronia junior who won the U13 B&F in 2010 and then left the Club to play senior football at the age of 16.   He stands at 6′ 4″ (193cm) and has a strong resume including a Division 4 Senior premiership at the age of 17.   Brayden won two U19’s B&F’s while also backing up playing Seniors in each year.   He won the Senior B&F at Silvan in 2016 and was also selected as an EFL Inter league Squad member that year.

Brayden is excited to put the in the hard work required to help us achieve our goals in 2018 

Welcome home Brayden Bowes!

Brayden Bowes
Brayden Bowes

Craig McKenzie at the ERCA Awards

Congratulations to Craig McKenzie from @boroniahawks who was again a nominee for Youth Coach of the Year at the Eastern Region Coaches Association Awards. Fletch is a previous winner of this award.

The Hawks are very fortunate to have such a talented coach developing our young players.  Fletch was recently announced as the coach of both the Boronia U17’s and U19’s, a great move by the Club to develop the strong junior talent coming through the junior ranks.

NB: Craig is more commonly known as “Fletch” because his playing style was so reminiscent of Essendon great Dustin Fletcher, a fellow full back.

Craig McKenzie