Monthly Archives: December 2017

Look out 2018!

Great vibe down at the club last night!  The 39 degree heat didn’t keep people away!

A chance for supporters to meet the new guys, hear about the new direction and get us all pumped for 2018!

And in the words of the Senior Coach – Troy Shannon – If you’re in? You’re In!  #bringon2018

Don’t miss Wednesday Training – 13th December – 6pm!

Training Wednesday 13th Dec, some big announcements, exciting inclusions – Bar open, BBQ will be on.
Open to all and sundry, brings the kids – weather is going to be great!
Please make sure all non FB people are aware.
Details will be in the website also!!
See you down there!!

Coaching Announcements for 2018

Announcement of Under 19s Coach – 2018.

The Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Goonan as the Coach of our Under 19s squad for 2018. Paul will be known to many from his highly credentialed contribution within the Junior Football Club over recent years and he brings a coaching philosophy that is well aligned to the development direction of our club. Please welcome Paul to the senior club, I am sure he will be an outstanding acquisition to our coaching group.

The Club would also like to acknowledge the contribution of Stephen Brattle. Stephen has been a very successful coach over a number of years and we thank him for his significant contribution to both junior and senior clubs. We wish Stephen all the best for the future.
Announcement of Development Squad Coach (Senior reserves) – 2018.

The Club is delighted to announce Chad Ambrose has been appointed to this role for 2018.

Chad had a distinguished playing career with Montmorency, Rye and Pakenham FC’s; including B&F awards and Premiership Captain. In 2017 he was the Strength and Conditioning Coach and Seniors Match Day Runner for the Rye FC. An Assistant Principal at Dromana College, Chad is an outstanding communicator with a heavy focus on player development and the integration of youth into senior football.
Please welcome Chad to Mt Eliza FNC, We’ve no doubt he will be an outstanding addition to our coaching ranks.

The Club would also like to acknowledge the sensational job that was performed by Damien Kent over the past number of seasons and we look forward to seeing Damien continue as a player in 2018.