Senior Football

Vale: Barry Fry

A massive contributor of local sport and to the Grange Cricket Club, as well as our 1953/54 Henley Football Club A-Grade Premiership player, Barry Fry has sadly passed away over the weekend (Feb 17) at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.

Barry is survived by his wife May Edith Fry and children Kevin, Malcolm, Sharon, Desmond , Michael, and their respective extended families.

Commiserations to everyone but also celebrations to the life of a wonderful person in our community.

See a young Barry pictured bottom left in 1953

 

2011 ABC News Story: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-01-26/ordinary-bloke-stunned-by-order-of-australia/1918430

 

 

 

 

 

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Senior Coaching Update

Senior Football is now well under way for season 2018, with The Sharks commencing preseason in November 2017.  While most supporters would be aware of some of the unexpected coaching changes that occurred as a result of other football organisations recognizing the quality people The Sharks had attracted, most of the coaching positions are now filled.

The A grade coach, Jarrad ‘Pretzel’ Parker will be assisted by line coaches Ryan Sampson and Iszac Thompson.  These three need no introduction to Henley supporters having played and/or coached at various times in Henley’s history.

The B grade coach, Sam Heeps, is new to the Henley this year and will be assisted by George Charalabidis.  Sam comes from a successful coaching career with Pulteney but the Heeps name is not new to Henley.  His father Paul is a life member, A grade medal winner and former coach with The Sharks.

The C grade will by coached by Chris Brown again but this year Tristan Kouwenhoven will move from a playing role to assistant coach in 2018.  A valuable addition to Henley’s coaching ranks.

Brad ‘Bomber’ Graham is unable to continue as under 18’s coach in 2018 due to other commitments but will move into a development coaching role that will include both players and coaches.  It’s great that Henley will retain Bombers knowledge and skills.

This year Henley will enter an under 18 girls team into the competition for the first time.  This team will be coached by Karl Dobner who was involved in Henley’s junior girls teams in 2017 as a coach.

The under 18 Boys team will be coached by Kyle ‘Slip’ Nicol in 2018.  It’s great to see such a young player willing to give back to Henley at such an early stage in his career.

With Callum Dunk returning to playing football himself in 2018, the Sharks C7 team is seeking a coach and an appointment will hopefully be made shortly.

The men’s senior group continues to train on Mondays and Thursdays at this stage.  Mondays are at Henley Football Club starting at 6pm and Thursdays are mostly at Grange Cricket Oval also starting at 6pm.  All players are welcome and are encouraged to attend and this includes any under 18 players who have not already joined this group.

Players need to register asap if they have not done so already and the link attached to this post will take them to the registration page.  No payment is required at this stage but ensure your details, especially your email address, are correct to ensure you receive future communications.

http://www.adelaidefootball.com.au/registrations/

Ebo joins Sharks

Former Port Power star & SANFL Magarey Medalist Brett Ebert has joined the Henley Sharks in 2018

Read the messenger article >> here <<

Brett’s Wiki page >> here <<

Photo above courtesy of Port Adelaide Football Club visit their site >> here <<

Your 2018 Senior Committee

Steering the sharkers in 2018 will be these hard working awesome people, any questions hit em up

Senior’s Administration Timeline
Henley Sharks Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
2018 Paul Caica Michael Broadbent Vanessa Spaans Brett Dobson Chris Brown Mel Edson
2017 Paul Caica Nick Bridgman Mary Pavlich Vanessa Spaans Rod Hill Vicki Lawless
2016 Teresa Daveron Shayne Harris Mary Pavlich Vanessa Spaans Nick Bridgman Vicki Lawless
2015 Teresa Daveron Shayne Harris Mary Pavlich Vanessa Spaans Iszac Thompson Vicki Lawless
2014 Teresa Daveron Rod Hill Nikita Fullgrabe Michael Broadbent Iszac Thompson Vicki Lawless
2013 Teresa Daveron Davin Ettridge Jane Kite Nathan Caldow Iszac Thompson Vicki Lawless
2012 Terry Homan Davin Ettridge Jane Kite Nathan Caldow Michael Hicks Meagan Watson
2011 David O’Sullivan Mark King Jane Kite Mick Lockett Nick Bridgman Meagan Watson & Ashlee Biddle
2010 David O’Sullivan Mark King Victoria Pastyn Neil Fennell Peter Niemann Danielle Barbary
2009 David O’Sullivan Mark King Victoria Pastyn Neil Fennell Peter Niemann Vicki Lawless
2008 David O’Sullivan Mark King Leanne Geddes Neil Fennell Peter Niemann Jane & Darren Kite
2007 Rod Cavenett Dennis Jones Leanne Geddes Mike Levy Peter Niemann Jane & Darren Kite
2006 Rod Cavenett Dennis Jones Leanne Geddes Mike Levy Peter Niemann Jane & Darren Kite
2005 Rod Cavenett Dennis Jones Leanne Geddes Mike Levy Peter Niemann  Jane & Darren Kite
2004 Rod Cavenett Dennis Jones Leanne Geddes Mike Levy Peter Niemann Jane & Darren Kite
2003 Rod Cavenett Dennis Jones Jane Dittmar Andrew Pierson Rod Hill Jane Dittmar & Darren Kite
2002 Ron Ettridge Terry Homan Chris Dean Ernie Dean Rod Hill  Jane Dittmar & Darren Kite
2001 Ron Ettridge Terry Homan Tony Rutter Ernie Dean Davin Ettridge Darren Kite
2000 Lindsay Hick * No Chairman Tony Rutter & Keith Starr Ernie Dean Robert Lukosius Jodie Bates
1999 Lindsay Hick Peter Williams Damien Slaven Ernie Dean Darren McKenzie Jodie Bates
1998 Lindsay Hick Peter Williams Damien Slaven Ernie Dean * None  
Henley Greek Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
1997 Lindsay Hick Darren Salisbury Julie Ralph Ernie Dean John Lawrence  
1996 Lindsay Hick Ernie Dean Rod Hill Ernie Dean Rod Hill & John Lawrence  
1995 Ron Ettridge Ernie Dean Julie Ralph Tony Condous Rod Hill Ron Ettridge & John Lawrence
1994 Ron Ettridge Steve Condous Julie Ralph Tony Condous Rod Hill  
Henley District & Old Scholars Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
1993 Craig Dobner Rod Hill Julie Ralph Chris Dean Rod Hill Scott Hine
1992 Craig Dobner Rod Hill Julie Ralph Chris Dean Rod Hill Brett Ralph
1991 Ron Ettridge Craig Dobner Julie Ralph Chris Dean Rod Hill Brett Ralph
1990 Ron Ettridge Craig Dobner John Woolgar Chris Dean Rod Hill Brett Ralph
1989 Ron Ettridge Craig Dobner Phil Cole Chris Dean Rod Hill Kym Metcalfe
1988 Ron Ettridge Rob Christiansen Phil Cole Peter Davidson Barry Lewis  
1987 Ron Ettridge Rob Christiansen Michael Guerin Peter Davidson Darryl Smith Phil Brooks
1986 Paul Sperling Michael Roach Malcolm Rosman Peter Davidson Darryl Smith Peter Brass
1985 Paul Sperling Rob Christiansen Malcolm Rosman Kay Brooks Michael Roach  
1984 Peter Ardill Rob Christiansen Malcolm Rosman Kay Brooks Michael Roach Phil Cole
1983 Peter Ardill Rob Christiansen Malcolm Rosman Kay Barnett Michael Roach Lee Hutchesson & Phillipa Kay
1982 Peter Ardill Paul Sperling Malcolm Rosman Jeff Barnes Michael Roach Phil Cole
1981 Peter Ardill Paul Sperling Malcolm Rosman Doug Grosser David Rankine Philip Johns
1980 Peter Ardill Paul Sperling Malcolm Rosman Doug Grosser David Rankine Barry Wilkinson
1979 Peter Ardill Paul Sperling Greg Frick Graeme Hicks David Rankine Mark Olsen
1978 Peter Ardill Paul Sperling Greg Frick Graeme Hicks   M. Meegan
Henley Eagles Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
1977 Lloyd Harvey Ron Ettridge Trevor Pitman Graeme Hicks    
1976 Lloyd. Harvey G. Doody Stan Frick Graeme Hicks    
1975 Lloyd Harvey Peter Ardill Stan Frick Graeme Hicks    
1974 Llyod Harvey Peter Ardill Rob Christiansen Graeme Hicks    
1973 Chris Christiansen Peter Ardill Rodney Powell John Webb    
1972 Chris Christiansen Peter Ardill Ian Stafford John Webb    
1971 Sid Knight Peter Ardill Ian Stafford John Webb    
1970 Sid Knight Peter Ardill Barry Deverson John Webb    
Henley & Grange Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
1969 Sid Knight Peter Ardill Barry Deverson John Webb    
1968 Sid Knight Peter Ardill Alan Watson Ian Mudge    
1967 Sid Knight Peter Ardill Alan Watson Ian Mudge    
1966 Dr John Rogers David Ardill Frank Tucker Jack Sampson    
1965 Dr John Rogers David Ardill Frank Tucker Stan Irish    
1964 Alf Griffiths David Ardill Ron Johns Stan Irish    
1963 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker Ron Johns Stan Irish    
1962 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker Murray Gorman Rex Collings    
1961 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker Murray Gorman Rex Collings    
1960 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker Graham Hughes Dean Hicks    
1959 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker Rex Collings Clive Attridge    
1958 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker John Turner Clive Attridge    
Henley Two Blues Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
1957 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker R. Russell & Jim Tripp Clive Attridge    
1956 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker R. Russell Clive Attridge    
1955 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker R. Russell Dean Hicks    
1954 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker Ron Johns Dean Hicks    
1953 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker Ron Johns Stan Irish    
1952 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker Ron Johns Alan Luckman   C. Richardson
1951 Alf Griffiths Norm Tucker Ron Johns Ian Sexton    
1950 P. Lee Alf Griffiths Robert Grierson      
1949 J. Robinson Alf Griffiths Robert Grierson      
1948 E. Fleetwood Alf Griffiths Ron Johns      
1947 Perce Johns Snr Alf Griffiths Peter Ardill Norm Oldum    
Henley Rovers Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
1946     Peter Ardill      
Grange Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
1942            
1941            
1940   A. Tink        
1939 George Gurner Alderman Gurner C. C. Drever C. C. Drever    
1938            
1937   A. Tink S. Irish      
Henley & Grange Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
1936            
1935 Mayor Cyril Chambers Perce Johns Snr Frank Gamlin      
1934   Perce Johns Snr Alan Burford Alan Burford    
1933     Perce Johns Snr Perce Johns Snr    
1932     Perce Johns Snr Perce Johns Snr    
1931 Cyril Chambers Perce Johns Snr Perce Johns Snr Perce Johns Snr    
1930     Perce Johns Snr Perce Johns Snr    
1929 Cyril Chambers M. Staker H. E. Harris C. Richards    M. W. Tripp
1928 Walter Barney Cyril Chambers C. Richards C. Richards    
1927 Mayor Harry May Cyril Chambers C. Richards Haden Gregory    
1926 Mayor Harry May Cyril Chambers Frank Bell Frank Bell    
1925   Cyril Chambers Mr. Harding A. J. Excell    
1924 G.E Hughes H.E. Harris  G. Simmonds  I. Thomson    
1923 ** No team ** No team ** No team ** No team * No team * No team
1922 F. J. Fisher J. Marshall J. Forgie J. Barnes    
1921            
1920            
Henley Beach Football Club
Year President Chairman Secretary Treasurer Football Director Social Director
1914 W. Strapps   W. Hoskin      
1913 W. Strapps   R. Webb      
1910     J. Tomlinson      
1907 H. Holmes          
1900 A. W. Ralph   T. Heming T. Heming    
1899 A. W. Ralph   Kenneth Fry      
History
Longest serving President Alf Griffiths (14 seasons)
Longest serving Chairman Norm Tucker (13 seasons)
Longest serving Secretary Malcolm Rosman (7 seasons)
Longest serving Treasurer Ernie Dean (7 seasons)

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Pretzel takes the reigns

It is with great pleasure that the senior committee of the Henley Football Club announce the appointment of Jarrad Parker as the A grade coach for season 2018.

Jarrad has been a long time servant of the Club and has both played and coached at senior level with the Sharks, having coached the B’s for the last 2 years. He has the respect of the playing group and will provide the stability and knowledge that is required at this time as the senior teams prepare for their assault on Division 1 in 2018.

Henley takes great pride in being able to promote from within and is lucky to have personnel the calibre of Jarrad, Ryan Sampson and Iszac Thompson available to form the coaching team that will lead the A’s for the season ahead.

Congratulations Jarrad and we wish you and your team every success.

The Season that was 2004

Latest season to our Club History collection is 2004….

Club Location: Henley Memorial Oval

Senior Affiliation: South Australian Amateur Football League (SAAFL)

A-Grade

After finishing 3rd in 2003, the new season in Division 2 was always going to be exciting and challenging. Coached again by Grant Levy, a new Club Captain was appointed in Luke Pastyn, with Adam Douglas and Nathan Caldow his deputies. 8 new team members also arrived as the pressure on players to perform was high. The Guernsey was also finally upgraded.

The motto for the year was an “extra 3%” encouraging everyone to dig deep and give that little bit extra.

With the best defence and best attack in the league, the A-Grade finished as the undefeated minor premier, closing the season with a 108 point victory over Tea Tree Gully. Shane Stone kicked 7 goals.

Earning the week off, the finals campaign began at Shark Park with probably the best and most in form line up for the year. Henley cruised into the Grand Final with a massive 28 goal victory over Woodville South. Dennis Iljcesen booted 13 goals.

Played at Thebarton Oval, the Sharks again steam rolled the sentimental Woodville South in the Grand Final and set their sights on Division 1 with a powerful victory of over 13 goals. The Cats were kept to just 2 scoring shots.

  • Grand Final
    • Henley 13.15 (93) def. Woodville South 2.0 (12) at Thebarton Oval

Dennis Iljcesen was the league’s leading goal kicker with 47 goals as Luke Pastyn was runner up in the Chambers League Medal after winning it the year before. 4 men represented the South Australian state team in Victoria which normally leans to selecting division 1 players. These were Adam Douglas, Darren Holland, Dennis Iljcesen and David Niemann. Thomas Wright, who kicked 39 goals in the Henley season, was also a SAAFL representative in the state Under 23 state team. Wright’s highest tally came in Round 5 kicking 8 goals in the 24 goal victory over Scotch Old Collegians.

Other large goal kicking tallies came from Shane Stone (31), David Niemann (30), Darren Holland (26) Luke Pastyn (23) and Scott Berry (23)

Adam Douglas won the club’s best & fairest Ardill Medal for his terrific season.

Div 1 Teams P W L D Pts
Henley 18 18 0 0 36
Tea Tree Gully 18 15 3 0 30
Woodville South 18 11 7 0 22
Scotch O.C. 18 9 9 0 18
Flinders Park 18 9 9 0 18
Kilburn 18 9 9 0 18
Edwardstown 18 7 11 0 14
St. Peters O.C. 18 6 11 1 13
Pooraka 18 3 14 1 7
Walkerville 18 2 16 0 4

 

B-Grade

Earlier in the day the B-Grade team coached by Patty Carpenter, set the scene by defeating Tea Tree Gully in the A1 Reserves Grand Final. Also without being beaten for the year, the team finished as undefeated premiers, winning the game 9.16 (70) to Tea Tree Gully’s 2.1(13). The premiership was led by Captain Leon Raynor who also took out the team’s Best & Fairest award and Paul Nyland led the goal kicking with 39 goals. The biggest bag of goals in one game came from Troy Cavenett who kicked 8 goals playing away against Pooraka.

C-Grade

In A7, the C-Grade climbed the most difficult mountain when in the last round it was not even certain it would play finals. To do so it had to get past the undefeated Colonel Light Gardens to qualify. Coached by Steve Lowe, a great last round victory began a rise to the top when it got through 4 finals in 4 weeks. The teams beaten throughout the finals journey were West Croydon, Wingfield, Houghton and again Colonel Light Gardens in the Grand Final. Played at Edwardstown Oval, final scores were Henley 13.5 (83) to Colonel Light’s 8.10 (58). Atticus Boyce as premiership captain held up the cup, Scott Robinson was celebrated for his great season winning the C-Grade’s best & fairest award and Andrew Englehardt kicked the most goals (26).

D-Grade

Also at Edwardstown Oval, the D-Grade super coach Jimmy McCabe, led the Demon D’s to a stunning victory in the A7 Reserves Grand Final. After losing 1 game for the year, the mighty D’s sealed as the “Year of the Sharks” with a victory over Tea Tree Gully. Final scores were 9.6(60) to 6.8(44). The best & fairest for the premiership team was Captain Andy Bray as Karl Dobner had a great year kicking 52 goals. Youngsters Cody Hicks and Aaron Dart were also impressive throughout the year, displaying great performances as goal and boundary umpires throughout the year.

Colts

The Under 17’s were well led by coach Michael ‘Wingers’ Hicks and finished minor premier. The admirable efforts unfortunately saw the passionate youngsters go without a win in the 2 Henley Oval finals against Goodwood and Edwardstown. The team finished 3rd. Matthew Pierson captained the side, Brad Geddes won the best & fairest award and Seamus McDonnell led the goal kicking with 34 goals.

Juniors

The juniors brigade was blessed to have multiple former AFL and SANFL players taking on roles in the junior coaching duties. Former Crows star Andrew Jarman and Woodville utility Steve Jacquier watched over the Under-11s, former West Torrens and Port Adelaide defender Bob Enright and ex-West Torrens, Melbourne and Fitzroy
ace Steven Stretch was involved with the under-9s. Former Melbourne, Norwood and Woodville defender Des O’Dwyer coached the under-8s along with the support of former Rooster Ian Willsmore.

Premierships kept coming with the Under 15s and Under 13s winning premierships. Coaches Rod Hill and Phil Burgess respectively, conquered Port Districts in both games at Alberton Oval. Sam Fairclough as premiership captain led the Under 15s well by also winning the team’s best and fairest award for the year. In the Under 13’s it was Adam Turner leading the way as captain with Kale Brock the best & fairest winner.

The lads in the Under 11s and Under 9s also had great seasons, finishing as Runners Up with their Grand Final appearances.

Mark Davoren completed his 5th and final year as the Junior’s Treasurer and John Giddings moved on after his 4th season of Junior Secretary.

Club Highlights

All in all the ‘Year Of the Shark’ saw the Henley Football Club with nine teams, win 6 premierships out of 8 grand finals. The club was also awarded the SAAFL’s champion club of the year with around 60 clubs in the overall league.

Off the field the Club invested over $20,000 dollars in Club room improvements. Projects included adding multiple doors to the front of the building, laying at least 50 metres of pavers to the spectator area and upgrading the hospitality area to forever be known as the Graham Hill ‘Goog’s Bar’.

Written by Evan Bennetts

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New Over 35s Honour Boards

Bringing some love for our over 35s team to the website and celebrating all the participants to date with official honour boards listed below

All listed in our seniors section for future reference

2017 Over 35s Participants
League AFL Masters South Australia
Team Director Curtis Eyles
Coach Bradley Smyth
Team Manager Jane Kite
Trainers Lisa Salisbury
Bus Driver Bernie Butler
Win Loss Record 10 wins, 1 loss (Scores not officially recorded)
Best & Fairest MVP Trevor Petrus
Coach’s Award Ben Hoffmann
Playing Squad Mark Altree Gary Ashton Dom Barbaro
Blair Baxter Chris Brown Peter Burdett
Nathan Caldow Brian Cleland Danny Corso
Karl Dobner Brett Dobson Paul Eadon
Curtis Eyles John Gorvett Simon Hardy
Russell Hart Sam Hastwell Lennie Hitch
Ben Hoffmann Brad Horsell Dave Kennewell
Peter King Darren Kite Mark Kozned
Paul Nyland Ryan Mansell Rob Mckenzie
Wayne Michell Daniel Motlop David Nicol
Chris Page Piero Palermo Trevor Petrus
Wayne Pierson Brad Rainsford Tim Ross
Jayson Scott Mark Smith David Smith
Brad Smyth Cullen Spotswood Troy Topp
Shaun Walker Peter Walsh Micah Williams
Craig Wilson    

 

 

2016 Over 35s Participants
League AFL Masters South Australia
Team Director Curtis Eyles
Coach Bradley Smyth
Team Manager Jane Kite
Trainers Sara Barnes & Lisa Salisbury
Bus Driver Bernie Butler
Win Loss Record 9 wins, 3 losses (Scores not officially recorded)
Best & Fairest MVP Lennie Hitch
Coach’s Award Gary Ashton
Playing Squad Mark Altree Gary Ashton Dom Barbaro
Blair Baxter Chris Brown Brian Cleland
Daniel Corso Karl Dobner Brett Dobson
Paul Eadon Curtis Eyles Simon Hardy
Russell Hart Sam Hastwell Lennie Hitch
Ben Hoffmann Peter King Darren Kite
Mark Kozned Ryan Mansell Robert Mckenzie
Wayne Michell David Nicol Chris Page
Piero Palermo Trevor Petrus Wayne Pierson
Bradley Rainsford Jayson Scott Bradley Smyth
Cullen Spotswood Shaun Walker Darrel Aldridge
Simon Barnes Richard Bruce Kym Cobb
Steve Chryssochoos Neil Fennell Alistair Field
Ben Hawke Jace Horder Michael Lecouter
Craig Hornibrook Garry Kendall Brendan Mcdonald
David Mugge Alex Parsons David Pickett
Jarrod Parker Andrew Stagg Darren Warman

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Boof to Coach South Adelaide!!

From the President

It is with mixed emotions that I inform Club Members that our Premiership Coach Jarrad ‘Boofa’ Wright has accepted the position of senior coach with the South Adelaide Football Club.

While I expect that many of you, just like me, will be disappointed and saddened by this turn of events, we should also feel an immense sense of pride that another Henley Football Club coach has been selected to ply his trade at the senior level of South Australia’s premier competition.

Boofa will now join with Gavin Colville, another outstanding servant of our Club, to coach in the SANFL senior competition next season. Both Boofa and Scratchers appointments is further evidence that Henley Football Club continues to provide a pathway, not only for our Juniors but also to those at the most senior positions our Club can offer.

On behalf of all Club Members I congratulate both Jarrad and Gavin on their appointments and wish them the all the very best. The Henley Football Club will as one, celebrate the future successes that will surely come their way.

I can also inform Members that representatives of our Football Department are currently in discussion with several likely candidates to fill the senior coaching position at HFC. Members will be advised as soon as an appointment is made.

Paul Caica

SEE PANTHERS STORY HERE: http://www.safc.com.au/blog/jarrad-wright-appointed-as-south-adelaide-s-next-senior-coach

 

Good luck boof!!

Help the Gym Upgrade

The gym at the Henley Football Club has provided great service to players and supporters over the years but is in desperate need of an upgrade.

Senior players fundraising efforts during the 2017 season has recently provided some new equipment and flooring but to continue this effort further funds are required.

The HFC is asking players and supporters to contribute towards this goal and two methods of donating are detailed below:

1. Donating via the ASF (link) will allow your donation to be tax deductible. HFC forfeits 5% of the donation however this method may be more attractive to businesses and certain individuals. 

LINK: https://asf.org.au/projects/henley-football-club/hfc-gym-upgrade/

2. Direct debit to the HFC Equipment Account will receive your full donation but may not attract the tax deduction if applicable. If you choose to donate via this method please include your name to help reconcile donations. 

Account Name: Henley Football Club
BSB # 633000
Account # 139419089

Thanks in advance for your help and all funds will see a direct return in the form of equipment which will be available to all players and members of the Henley Football Club.

 

Annual General Meeting

The Henley Football Club are calling for all nominations for Senior Committee persons for the 2018 season to be submitted to President by the 31st October, with letter signed by 2 current committee persons so this can be ratified by current committee before AGM on Friday 17th November.

A number of current committee members are retiring and positions are available. The playing group are also encouraged to nominate if having a say in how the club is run interests you.