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									                              Hawks
Adelaide Hills
Soccer Club
PO Box 539
Stirling SA 5152

www.hillshawks.net
ABN 69 504 602 212


                              Happenings
                                                                                                     June 2011


   President’s Message                        The Future is Bright in the Hills
   I am proud to announce that The            On Saturday 28th May after the three senior men’s matches had finished
   Hawks Nest at Woodside now has             President Ans Papini and Treasurer Bronwyn Hudson turned on the
   pitch lighting. This will be a wonderful   pitch lighting at the Hawks Nest at Woodside. Players walked around
   facility for the Club and for the wider    the pitch area and gave it the strong ‘thumbs up’. This marks another
   Adelaide Hills community. The Club         important stage for the development of the Hawks ground at Woodside
   still has several significant              and reflects the hard work of Committee members and volunteers
   infrastructure projects on its plate.      which has seen the installation of electricity, creation of a new Junior
   These include drainage works which         pitch and training area, together with new underground drainage and
   need to be completed before the            pop up sprinkler system on the main pitch in the past three years. T
   Junior Pitch can be lengthened to its
   intended size, car parking and of                                                 The lighting was installed by
   course a clubhouse.                                                               Sports Lighting which has the
                                                                                     FFSA recommendation as having
   More about                                                                        installed many of the soccer
   the Club’s                                                                        pitches in the Adelaide Parklands
   exciting plans                                                                    and elsewhere in the
   are in this                                                                       metropolitan area.
   Newsletter.
                                                                                     It was made possible by a grant
   Meanwhile, all                                                                    from the Adelaide Hills Council
   our teams                                                                         (AHC) and the State
   continue to                                                                       Government Office for
   compete very                                                                      Recreation and Sport (ORC) as
   creditably,                                                                       well as Club funds.
   come rain or
   shine, mud and                                                                    The Club will make the facility
   at times                                                                          available for a minimum of 10
   numbingly cold conditions, with mixed                                             days per year to the wider
   success.                                                                          community should they wish to
                                                                                     make use of the facility. AHC
   Well written articles in the Courier                                              also contributed to the Junior
   are the best way to follow our                                                    Pitch and ORC to the training
   progress (and of course                                                           area.
   www.ffsa.com.au has tables and
   other information). I am very grateful                                                   100
   for the authors of those Courier                                                               CLU
   match reports which present our            The Club is grateful to these two             WIN       B
   Club in a very professional manner.        organizations for their financial                   NER
                                              assistance and collaborative working          Win
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   Best wishes to you all. I hope you         on these projects.                              lates f the
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   enjoy this Newsletter.
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Clubhouse News
Fundraising fun
Lulu Hyder and Jacey Dye got the Club’s new campaign to build a
new clubhouse off to a great start - even before it has been
launched.
Pictured at right are the girls selling their tasty homemade
cookies in the Hawks Clubhouse as it is today. They handed over
their profits of $46.00 to Hawks Committee members Bronwyn,
Mel and Ans (below). This will be the first deposit in a specially
established account which will be for the sole purpose of building
the new Clubhouse.




                                                                     Entrepreneurs Lulu & Jacey waiting for their
                                                                     customers




Club history
 In	
  2003	
  the	
  Hawks	
  
 volunteers	
  built	
  the	
  
 current	
  changing	
  rooms.	
  
 These	
  have	
  been	
  essen;al	
  
 for	
  the	
  club	
  to	
  play	
  home	
  
 games	
  at	
  Woodside.	
  

 Soon	
  we	
  will	
  be	
  calling	
  on	
  
 our	
  wonderful	
  volunteers	
  
 again	
  to	
  help	
  build	
  a	
  
 clubhouse	
  where	
  players	
  
 and	
  supporters	
  can	
  gather.

 More	
  informa;on	
  about	
  
 our	
  fundraising	
  plans	
  will	
  
 be	
  released	
  shortly.
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Girls on fire!
The U15G Hawks squad trained with Adelaide United                   everywhere, and there were smiles all round, but
Lady Reds player and Women’s Premier League leading                 Quigley maintained her composure to slot the
goal-scorer, Racheal Quigley, on Tuesday 31 May. The                winning goal and secure a 7 – 6 win for the bibs.
session was held in the St Michael’s Lutheran School gym            Racheal said after the practice that she had a lot of
at Hahndorf.                                                        fun. ‘It was actually a really good work-out. I’m
After some skills work and goal shooting practice, the              sweating,’ she laughed.
girls formed two groups to play an action packed and                Racheal will be coming out for training again soon,
very entertaining game of indoor soccer. Balls were going           and can’t wait to watch our U15G Hawks girls play.




But it’s not all hard
work ...
Sam	
  Aukland’s	
  	
  Under	
  15	
  girls	
  seem	
  to	
  
be	
  enjoying	
  themselves	
  aIer	
  the	
  
formal	
  photo	
  shoot.	
  They	
  are	
  having	
  
good	
  ;mes	
  on	
  the	
  pitch	
  too	
  it	
  seems.	
  
The	
  girls	
  sit	
  top	
  of	
  the	
  table	
  aIer	
  8	
  
rounds	
  with	
  18	
  points	
  having	
  
recorded	
  	
  	
  only	
  one	
  loss.	
  	
  

Keep	
  up	
  the	
  good	
  work	
  girls.
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June 2011                                                                                    Page 3
                                                                                       Hawks Happenings


  Hawks Juniors on the way up
 Georgia
 Hawks Women’s State team star Georgia Williamson was called up to the
 Westfield Australia U17 Women's training camp in Canberra from May
 19- 22nd. Georgia was one of three South Australian representatives in the
 26-player squad which ran at the AIS in Canberra.



 Connor                                                              Logo - 1st National
 Under 19s Goalkeeper, Connor Hudson was called up to participate in
 the Arafura Games where he performed very creditably and benefited
 from a great experience. The Arafura Games are a week long multi-sport
 competition held every two years in Darwin, and are the major sporting
 event hosted and managed by the Northern Territory Government. The
 Arafura Games targets developing athletes across the Asia Pacific region
 and beyond.


 Alison

 Alison Atkins has recently been selected in the FFSA U14 Girls’ State
 team to attend the FFA National Championships in July in Coffs
 Harbour.
 Ali has played for the past 3 years with the Hawks and is currently
 playing in the Women's State League competition
 She has also been part of the U14 State Development Squad for the
 past 4 months and is currently representing the Adelaide Hills in its rep
 teams for the 2011 State & Country Championships.



  Special Thanks
  Jeanette Chappel and her son
  who have planted over 40 shrubs on
  the Hutchens Road boundary. This is
  to help with screening the wind and
  also beautifying the grounds. Thanks
  Jeanette . Still 100 to go !!

  Canteen helpers who are doing
  their rostered times on Sundays,
  averaging about $400.00 each
  Sunday.

  Everyone who helped to put up
  the posts for the catch nets for the
  main pitch. The nets have been
  ordered and should be up soon.
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Meet the Captains
Senior Mens Captain                                               Senior Womens Captain
Charlie Bowman                                                    Lauren Mather
Shirt Number: 7
Age: 25
Born: London
Height/Weight: 183cm, 82kg
Foot: Left
                                                                  Age: 17
Position: Mid Field
                                                                  Born: Adelaide
Seasons with Hawks: 8
                                                                  Foot: Right
Favourite team: QPR
                                                                  Position: Mid Field
Football Hero: Sir Les Ferdinand & Zinedine Zidane
                                                                  Favourite team: Manchester United
Strongest Skill: Tackling
                                                                  Football Hero: Ronaldo (before he left Man U)
Developing Skill: Everything else!
                                                                  Favourite player: Scott Mather
Most rewarding football moment: 2008 Grand Final
                                                                  Strongest Skill: First touch
Interests outside of football: Music, cricket, travel &
partying.                                                         Interests outside of football: Beach, music & sport


Where are they now?
This photograph of Hawks stalwarts was taken at the Hawks Nest circa 2004.

A free Hawks Burger for the first person to name all four and tell us what they are doing now. (Current
coaches are excluded!)

Answers must be written down. No correspondence will be entered into and no harassing of canteen staff
will be tolerated!!
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  June 2011                                                                                            Page 7
                                                                                                 Hawks Happenings



Club news
Senior Men




The Senior Men’s teams are all finding it tough going this year in   Above:The Hawks First team welcomes the
the Premier League. Injuries and suspensions, together with a        visiting Enfield Falcons to the Hawks Nest.
young and relatively inexperienced squad, are taking their toll.
Coach Doug Patterson is looking forward to a strong second half
of the season as the Firsts hopefully string a few wins together.


Drainage                                                             Membership
Mud, mud, glorious mud! We hope to see the end of scenes like        The Hawks are always looking for new
this in the not to distant future, once our siteworks have been      members. A membership form is
completed. The Adelaide Hills Council has agreed to provide          included with this newsletter.
materials to complete some of the drainage works alongside
Hutchens Road. When funds are available the Committee hopes
to be able to make some significant improvements so scenes like      Tax-deductible donations
this will be a thing of the past.                                    We are now in June, so it is a good time
                                                                     to contribute to the ASF in support of
                                                                     your club projects.You will receive a tax
                                                                     deduction for this financial year. The AFS
                                                                     will need to have received and
                                                                     processed your donation by Thursday
                                                                     30th June 2011.  This means cheque/
                                                                     cash donations deposited into the ASF
                                                                     bank account and credit card donations
                                                                     processed through the AFS credit card
                                                                     terminal by close of business (5pm
                                                                     eastern standard time) on Thursday
                                                                     30th June 2011.

                                                                     The form to do this is also included at
                                                                     the end of this newsletter.
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Where are they now?
Alex Raymond




            2011 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM
          I, ____________________________, seek to apply for membership to
          ‘The Adelaide Hills Hawks Soccer Club’ (The Hawks).


          In applying for this membersh ip I understand that:
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                 • I am bound by the Constitution and By-Laws of the club
                 • I will comply with and observe the club’s Constitution and By-Laws
                     and any determination, resolution and policy that may be passed by
                     the Committee or other entity delegated with authority
                 • I am over the age of 18 years.


          My membership will be deemed for the calendar year.


          Name: ___________________________________________________
          Address: _________________________________________________
          Phone: ___________________________________________________
          Email: ___________________________________________________
          Signed: ___________________________________________________


          (This form must be accompanied by a fee of $20 - cheque or money order. A
          receipt will be issued.)


          Post to:
          PO Box 539, Stirling, SA 5151
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Where are they now?
Alex Raymond
     Facility Development
     ASF Donation Form- Project No. 210160
     Please return this form to:
     Adelaide Hills Soccer Club Inc
     PO Box 539
     STIRLING SA 5152



     Donor Details: (A receipt will be issued in the following name. Please print clearly)

     Title:     Mr     Ms        Mrs     Miss       Dr         Other ……………………………………………………………….

     First Name: ……………………………………….…                            Surname: …………………………………………………………..

     Company Name (if required on receipt): ……………………………………………………………………………………...

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     Phone (business hours): …………………………..                      Email: ………………………………………………………….......


     Donation:         Please find enclosed my donation of

          $50             $100              $250                 $500                 $1000                 Other $ __________

     I would like my gift to benefit the Adelaide Hills Soccer Club Inc - Facility Development project, however I
     understand that my donation is made unconditionally to the Australian Sports Foundation.


     Signature:_____________________________________________                                       Date:___________________



     Payment Details: (Please indicate your payment option by ticking the appropriate box)

          Cheque *             Cash                 Visa                Amex**                   Mastercard                    Diners

     *Please make cheques payable to the Australian Sports Foundation Ltd


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                                                    Government to assist organisations to raise funds through public & corporate
                                                    donations for the development of sport in Australia. Pursuant to the ASF’s listing in the
                                                    Income Tax Assessment Act (1997) (div 30, S 30-90), donations of $2 or more to the
                                                    ASF are tax deductible.
                                                    Donors must contribute unconditionally to the ASF to claim a tax deduction, however
                                                    the ASF’s structure makes it possible for a donor to nominate a registered project as
      ABN 27 008 613 858
                                                    the preferred beneficiary of their gift. Adelaide Hills Soccer Club ("The Hawks")
      Leverrier Crescent Bruce, ACT 2617
                                                    Incorporated– Facility Development, project no. 210160, is registered with and
      P O Box 176 Belconnen ACT 2616                conducted under the charter of the ASF.
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