Boronia Football Club and Boronia Junior Football Club are very pleased to announce to all players, members, sponsors and supporters that the three resolutions put to a vote at last night’s Special General Meeting were passed. The two clubs will now proceed with plans to formalise our merger to one Club, the Boronia Hawks Football Netball Club.
The One Club Solution will ensure a sustainable football pathway from AusKick to Juniors to U19’s to Seniors, and even to Veterans. The goal is to provide a similar pathway for girls footy from AusKick to Juniors then Seniors, and also to build on our current commitment to the Club’s Netball program.
Last night’s meeting was well attended and provided an open forum for discussion and understanding of the Club’s future strategic direction. Many thanks to all those who attended or lodged proxies. Thank you also to Kristan Wood and Ellisa Schmidtke for successfully leading this initiative for our Club’s future.
Boronia Football Club recognises our obligations as a community based organisation that provides an important sporting and social hub for the people of Boronia. We are committed to operating the Club in a professional and responsible manner that is consistent with our legal obligations and community expectations. Accordingly, the Boronia Football Club aims to create a healthy, safe and family friendly environment that will help to support a positive image for the Club and will also be advantageous in attracting new members.
Our Club Policies are available on this website. All players, officials, members and spectators are encouraged to read and understand our policies. We should all support and respect these policies for the continued successful operation of our Club.
The Boronia Hawks Girls Footy “Come and Try” Day was a great success with all the girls getting stuck into it and having a great time. We all look forward to another footy clinic for the girls during the September holidays.
Harry Burgess, BFC GM, had a dream team assembled to look after the girls. We extend a huge thank you to: Olivia Flanagan from Box Hill Hawks VFL Womens & Vic Metro Girls; Mel Hogg & Elle Short, womens football players with AFL Victoria; Sean Buncle from EFL; Craig McKenzie from BJFC; and Damon Webb from BFNC.
Boronia Football Club and Boronia Junior Football Club are working together to give girls in Boronia the opportunity to enjoy a good game of footy out on the ground, not from the sidelines. Look out for more action photos on Facebook very soon!
Boronia Football Club has been fortunate over the past few years to have Rick Castricum with us as our Club Chaplain. Rick is very well experienced as a football coach, spending time with Williamstown, Scotch College and in the EFL. More importantly, Rick is available to any of our players who may feel they need to talk to someone about the ups and downs of life. Please feel free to get in touch with Rick on 0418 375 377.