Majura FC End of Season Events

Dear Majura FC Players, Coaches, Managers and Families, The season is drawing to a close with only two rounds left for most teams. A few lucky teams will qualify for the play-offs and finals and we wish them well. This is the time of year to turn our thoughts to the coaches and players who performed well during the year and nominate them for awards. The Players Player award for U12-U18 teams Coaches and managers please get your team to think about who they want to vote for the players player award. This is a players only vote where they get to pick the person they feel performed well throughout the season. This does not have to be the best player or the top goal scorer, it could be the player who turned up to training week-in-week-out or the player who encouraged and supported their team mates. Coaches and managers can collect their players vote and hand out the award on the last day of the season. The Coach of the Year award Managers and families this is your chance to nominate your coach for the coach of the year award if you feel they did a great job this season. Your nomination needs

ActewAGL Round supporting Lids4Kids

Capital Football in conjunction with ActewAGL will be holding a dedicated ActewAGL Round Supporting Lids4Kids. This charity may sound familiar to some of you as you might have seen Tuggeranong United FC and Gungahlin United FC with containers at their respective venues taking collections for Lids4Kids. For further background information on Lids4Kids please see the below information: LIDS4KIDS BACKGROUND Lids4Kids is a 100% volunteer project established to support Envision Hands who turn plastic bottle lids into hand and arm mobility aids for children. Lids4Kids was founded in May 2019 by Tim Miller, a Canberra-based full-time house Dad with three boys under ten who has been fundraising for charities that help sick and disabled kids since 2013. Lids4Kids went viral after ABC News shared Tim's outback charity Holden Rally Team page on Facebook (www.facebook.com/Lids4KidsAU). Within 48 hours, Tim had received a thousand messages of support from volunteers all over Australia who want to help and continues to receive hundreds per day. Individuals, schools and workplaces can help Lids4Kids by collecting the plastic bottle tops from milk, water and soft-drink bottles that due to their size can't be processed by plastic recycling machines. Lids4Kids is also collecting plastic bread clips for another charity Aussie Bread

Enjoy the July school holiday break

Hello Majura Football Families, Congratulations on making it to the halfway point of the season. I hope the season is going well for you and you're enjoying the football. We've certainly been lucky with the weather (I hope I haven't just cursed us). Back on 1 June, Majura FC had the pleasure of welcoming back one its former players and Matilda, Georgia Yeoman-Dale. Georgia spent the morning with us signing autographs, taking pics and chatting with our players. It was a wonderful morning and Majura FC wishes Georgia all the best and we hope to see her again soon. If you are at the grounds early you may have seen our six caped Miniroos superheroes. They are actively involved in delivering the U5/6 Miniroos program and have been doing a super job making sure our youngest players learn to love the game! Say hello if you see them around the grounds. I’d like to give a shout out to our two club captains – Sophia and Owen – who are doing a great job representing the club. On Saturday mornings you can see them kicking the ball around with teams, helping out around the clubhouse and generally doing all that is expected

Good Sports Level 3 Accreditation

Majura Football Club is a level 3 Good Sports Accredited Club Majura FC Level 3 Certificate Good Sports Majura Smoking and Alcohol Management Policy 2019 Good Sports gives local sporting clubs access to the tools, resources and support they need so they can get on with enjoying their

Women’s World cup Bid 2023

Australia’s passion for sport and the world game knows no bounds. It's the game that connects us all. #GetOnside at AusBid2023.com to support our FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

The Draw has been released

The draw for U9 and under teams have been released. The draw can be seen here. MFC U6-7 Girls Draw 2019 MFC U6-7 Open Draw 2019 MFC U8-9 Girls Draw 2019 MFC U8 Open Draw 2019 MFC U9 Open Draw 2019 Fixture, Results and Ladder for U10 and over teams can be found on the Sports TG web site ALDI Miniroos (U10 and U11) ActewAGL Junior League (U12 to U18) Men’s State League Women’s State League Masters Most of competitions have been taken offline to be redrawn as there have been issues with the junior league draws, ALDI Miniroos (U10 and U11) and ActewAGL Junior League (U12 to U18). The Majura Football Club has communicated with the Capital Football regarding the issues. Please check your draws each week as there are likely to be changes. The club will send out a newsletter as soon as the draws are fixed. Majura Shop Opening Times The Majura shop has shorts, socks, shin guards and other Majura merchandise available for purchase. You can’t purchase online, you have to visit the shop. We can take cash or credit card (2% surcharge).The shop will be open at the following times: Tuesday 30 April 5:00pm – 7:00pm Wednesday 1 May 5:00pm – 7.00pm

The 2019 Lightning Cup Update

Majura Football Club had a number of teams representing the club in the Lightning Cup tournament on the weekend. Congratulations to all the players and coaches involved. A special mention of a couple of teams: The U14 Girls who showed fantastic positivity, determination and sportsmanship in a tough draw against WNPL team The U10 Phoenix who had some good results and displayed great sportsmanship, and The U11 Majura Allstars (Majura Devils) who went unbeaten and won the Division 1, which was comprised of a number of representative teams. Thanks to Pierre Coetzee as the Team Coach and Mark Randall as the Team Manager. Well done to all, and great to see that wonderful Majura spirit on

Coaches and Managers Meeting

We've got a busy Saturday, the 30th of March, and we need your help. First up is the training kit make up session, where we need your help to pump up balls and put together training kits. Please pop down when you can between 9 and midday. All help is welcomed, even if you can only stay for half an hour or so. The coaches and managers meeting for teams in the u10 to u18 age groups will be held in the afternoon from 2pm. We need a representative from every team in that age group. Training kits and team uniforms will be available for collection. Remember to bring your WWVP card as kits will not be issued without your card. Saturday March 30 2pm U10-U18 Saturday April 6 2pm U7-U9 At Majura

Welcome to Season 2019

Hello Majura Football Family, It's been a busy few weeks at Majura FC. To start I would like to thank everyone who came to the AGM and who put their hand up to volunteer and help make our club the best in town. We welcomed new people and had some people move into new roles within our committee. To all committee members and age group coordinators, thank you and I look forward to working with you this season. If you are thinking about volunteering it's not too late, we still have a number of roles to fill including the Equipment Officer as David Horner has stepped into the Vice President role. I am starting out in my first season as President of Majura FC. I want to acknowledge the hard work Peter Docherty put in as President for the past three seasons. Peter was committed to the continuous improvement of our club and he worked diligently week in and week out to ensure that players, family members and friends had a good experience at Majura FC. Thank you, Peter, you left some big shoes to fill. I also want to thank Rainer Reuss for his work as Vice President for the past