Wednesday 8th August 2018:
The Port Melbourne Football Club are delighted to release the following list of our involvement within the community over the course of the past 6 months:
Autism Helper – Supported Autism Helper in the Port Melbourne Vs Frankston Preseason Cup and Luncheon held on the day.
Tommy Lahiff Cup – Hosted 10 primary Schools/Over 300 kids in the Boys & Girls Tournaments in June. Fully funded by our Football club.
Primary School Roadshow – Conducted 4 primary school visits with clinics and talks from players, Gary and I at Albert Park PS, St Mary’s Parish PS, Windsor PS and Port Melbourne PS.
Port Phillip Specialist School – Themed fundraising initiative on Round 19 Vs Collingwood to support the raising on money to go towards the upgrade of the School’s new kitchen. Guests from the school will be in attendance at the Presidents Luncheon. Glenn & Gary visited the school for a lunch. Made Function centre available to them for their activities.
Fight MND – The Men’s & Women’s teams wore MND Socks during MND Round to support the freezing of MND.
Alannah Madeline Foundation – Themed Luncheon & Fundraising/promotional initiative on the PMFC Ladies Day.
MS Foundation – MS Themed Luncheon through past player Tim Ryan who is battling MS. Tim attended the teams main session and spoke to the playing group after training about his journey.
Beyond Blue – Our Men’s players wore blue tape on their wrists during Beyond Blue round to support Depression & Anxiety.
Auskicks – The Port Melbourne & Elsternwick Auskicks played at Halftime of our Home VFL matches. Provided an opportunity for kids and their parents to know the Borough and VFL footy.
Bunnings Sausage Sizzle – Borough presence at the Port Melbourne Bunnings running the sausage sizzle and selling merchandise/membership.
Port Colts Family Day – A presence at the Port Colts selling membership/merchandise and running the Handball competition. Made Function centre available to them for their activities.
It’s OK, Not to be OK – Our Women’s team will be supporting this charity by wearing socks against Mornington in Round 14 to support Mental Health.
Reclink – Donated a set of football Jumpers and 14 footballs and developing further activities with them.
If any organisations wish to express their interest to get involved with our ongoing program of initiatives, please contact Football Manager Anthony Piccolo via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday 8th August 2018:
The Port Melbourne Colts Football Club (est 1957), who competes in the SNFL Division 1 competition, have opened applications for the position of Senior Coach for the 2019 season.
The successful applicant will have high standards, strong leadership skills and an appetite to develop the playing group and establish the highest quality football and coaching program.
Skills considered vital for this role include excellent communication skills, be professional in behaviours, have a mature approach to football and be able to assist in developing the Port Melbourne Colts overall.
Prior experience as a senior coach and/or in an elite football program is essential, with a proven record of developing and improving players and implementing structure.
Applications treated in the strictest confidence should be forwarded to The President, Stephen Duvnjak, via email: email@example.com. All applications are to be lodged by 5pm Friday September 14, 2018 and will be treated as received & interviews arranged accordingly.
For further details on the position, please contact Stephen directly on 0422 766 054.
Friday May 11th 2018: