Beacon Hill would like to announce the appointment of Matt Chambers as our 2016 A/L-1 Coach.
Matt is accredited with a current Senior Coaching Certificate & has played Premier League for 15 years in the MWFA competition.
Matt, with his roots firmly with Beacon Hill, is keen to take on this role as he has been Coaching Beacon Hill Youth teams for over the past 8 years with success during that time.
Matt can be contacted on 0438 485 405 if you are keen to play for Beacon Hill or have any enquiries.
Congratulations to all our Senior Teams who made the Finals. Results are as follows:-
Saturday 29 August
U18/1 v Wakehurst on Cromer No.1 at 8am LOST 0-1
AL1 Reserve Grade v Manly Allambie on Cromer No.1 at 10am WON 1-0
AL1 First Grade v HSU on Cromer No.1 at 12pm WON 1-0
O35/5 v Curl Curl on Cromer No.3 at 10am WON 2-1
O35/6 v Avalon on Cromer No.4 at 10am LOSS 0-3
O35/3A v Curl Curl on Cromer No.4 at 12pm WON 2-1
O45B v Pittwater on Cromer No.5 at 10am LOSS 0-2
O35/7 v Wakehurst at Cromer High School at 11am WON in Penalty Shoot Out
Sunday 30 August
W18/1 v Avalon on Cromer No.1 at 8.30am LOSS in Penalty Shoot Out
W16/3B v Manly Vale on Cromer No.5 at 9am JOINT WINNERS
WO35/3A v CC Strikers on Cromer No.5 at 11am WON 1-0
WELL DONE TO ALL TEAMS WHO COMPETED THIS YEAR! GO BEACON.
A big CONGRATULATIONS to NIC TOWNSEND earning the Club's "CLUB PERSON" of the year award.
Nic has been involved with Beacon Hill for many years but this year Nic stepped up big time to take on the head role of Registrar which is one of our most important roles in the Club.
A big thank you again Nic from the Club & the award well deserved.
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Tough, gritty and hard fought 2-1 grand final win over Curl Curl in the 2015 Manly-Warringah Over 35 Division 5 men's competition at Cromer Park capped off and culminated in an amazing record of achievement and invincibility for this Beacon Hill team - a three year undefeated streak extending over 59 games from 2013 to 2015 and which saw 52 wins, 7 draws and no losses. Along the journey of securing three consecutive major premierships and grand finals, the team scored 192 goals with only 43 goals against.
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Beacon Hill Football Club had a number of teams in the Under 10 and Under 11 competition in the 2015 season. The Under 10 players learnt new skills with their move to a bigger field and additional team numbers from the Under 9 competition.
After a weather interrupted start to the season all the teams persisted and tapped into their inner strength and their love of soccer to have many season highlights. The competition this year with fierce amongst all the MWFA clubs and the Beacon Hill Teams played with great sportsmanship and dedication to their teams.
Congratulations to both the Under 10 Condors and the Under 10 Bandits who finished top of their groupings and the Under 10 Vipers who finished runner-up after the gala rounds which were played over the last five games of the season.
u10 Condors 2015
u10 Bandits 2015
It has been a great and positive year for the U15/1's. With 2 new coaches from the men's league - Ric Saunders and Daniel Pastro, stepping up the pace and training twice a week. Their first game was against the last 2 times Grand Final winners, after coming back from 1 down to win there was a belief in the boys that this could be the year. After the season had finished and the smoke cleared the boys ended up first equal on points but came in second place by a few goals, fantastic result.
The finals were upon them before they had a chance to exhale and it was again against the Grand Finalists of the previous years. 1-1 at half time and the game hung in the balance. The coaches confirmed their confidence in the players in the break and by the time the final whistle blew they had won 3-1. The team has climbed its way from Division 2 a few years ago to Division 1 without ever making it to a Grand Final. Good luck boys next Sunday!
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Well done to our 14/1's for winning the competition for an incredible 3rd year in a row!!
This group of very talented players started the season minus a coach and 3 original team members who went to various representative teams. New coach Joe Van Leeuwen stepped in 4 games into the season & saved the day. Under his expert tutelage this team went through the season losing only 2 games.
The road to the finals will be a tough one as they have just lost a third player on the weekend to season ending injuries. We would like to wish this team all the best of luck for the finals and the Champion of Champion series.
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Congratulations to our AL1 Reserve Grade Team for finishing first with still one round to go before semi finals (we have the bye). They will play their Semi Final on Saturday 22nd August on Cromer 1 at 12.15pm.
AL1 First Grade have also made the top four and Semi Finals, however, final positions are yet to be sorted. WELL DONE BOYS on a great season so far. GO BEACON.
Beacon Hill Football Club Recently Purchased a Powerheart G3 Defibrillator for Beacon Hill Oval Match Days funded by our clubs recent trivia night.
In the event of a sudden cardiac arrest, a defibrillator can increase the chance of survival by 5 times. The unit is voice prompted and steps the user through the process. Training will be provided plus a short video on instruction to team managers.
A number of clubs such as Avalon, Pittwater and Forest have also purchased defibrillators. We are hopeful that more clubs will also invest in units for their home grounds. The photo above is the Beacon Hill and Avalon Over 45's who were the 1st teams to have the Defibrillator on hand for match day.
John Tansley - BHFC 35/45's Social Coordinator.
BHFC CPR Basic Course - Handy Hints
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Karaoke 4 Cancer
BHFC Women and Men "Shake it Up"!
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Beacon Hill Footballers,
The football season is almost over.
Have you considered trying cricket over the warmer months?
Beacon Hill also runs a cricket club.
For 4 to 7 year olds, Milo in2CRICKET is designed to teach children the basics of the game in a fun, safe environment. It will be held on Friday afternoons in Term 4 at Tristram Road oval.
For 6 and 7 year olds, there is also the option of Under 7/8 (Kangas) for 1.5 hours on Saturday mornings. For older kids, there are Saturday morning competitions in Under 9 to Under 16-18.
There is also a Friday afternoon Milo T20 Blast for 8 to 12 year olds. For the girls, there is a new all-girls Sixers Girls Cricket League on Saturday afternoons.
Registration and further information is available at http://beaconhillcricket.com
For in person registrations and enquiries you can also come to:
* Allambie Heights shops (corner Grigor Pl and Allambie Road) this Saturday 8 August between 9am and 12:30pm; or
* Beacon Hill McDonald's (corner Willandra Road and Warringah Road) this Sunday 9 August between 12:30pm and 2pm.
Please do not hesitate to contact Peter Horton on 8854 5110, 0407 012 538, or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information if required.
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