Swans Under 17's
Swans Under 17's

Swans back out on paddock

PRE-SEASON training for the Swannies commenced on Tuesday and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday night from 6pm. Bring your joggers and come down and join in the sessions.

It's a great way to build up your fitness and catch up with some old friends and make some new ones before the season really starts to get into full swing.

The club's AGM was held on December 5 with the following executive committee elected. Vice Presidents: Dave Ingram and Grant Boyd; Secretary: Rachel Boyd; Treasurer: Lynne Jolly; Junior Vice-President: Stephen Bird. General Committee Members: Peter Watkins, Maree Lambart, Gabe Watkin, Richard Tucker, Gary McKenzie.

A bit shout goes out to our canteen co-ordinator, Debbie Bettiens, who has again accepted this role for the second year running, and also to bar co-ordinator, Mark Wetzler.

There are many roles around the club and we thank all those who have thrown up their hands to provide their time and support to these positions.

We do require the services of a president and look forward to expressions of interest for this role.

Other news around the club is our first meeting for the year being held this Monday, January 9 at Swan Park at 6pm.

It will be at this meeting that the coaches will be announced.

Please come along we would love to have your input into planning our new year.

If anyone would like to have any business added to the agenda, please contact Rachel Boyd.

Here's to another successful season for the Swannies in 2012.

See you at Swan Park for training.



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