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1 2013 Annual Report DOOKIE UNITED FOOTBALL NETBALL CLUB INC

2 Table of Contents: Dookie United Honorary Life Members Members List Executive Committee Committee of Management Coaches, Team Manager s & Team Captains Trainers Sponsors... 7 President s Report... 8 Secretary s Report... 9 Sponsorship & Marketing Manager... 9 Treasurer s Report Profit & Loss Statement ( 1 October September 2013) Independent Audit Report to the members of Dookie United Football Netball Club Inc Football Operations Report Registered Players - Football Football Games Tally Senior Coach s Report Reserves Coach s Report Under 17 s Coach s Report Senior Vote Count and Award Winners Reserves Vote Count and Award Winners Under 17 Vote Count and Award Winners Picola District Football Netball League 2013 South East Division Vote Tally Player Milestones Netball Operations Report Registered Players Netball Netball Games Tally A Grade Coach s Report B Grade Coach s Report C Grade Coach s Report C Reserve Coach s Report & Under Coach s Report P a g e

3 15 & Under Coach s Report & Under Coaches Report A Grade Vote Count and Award Winners B Grade Vote Count and Award Winners C Grade Vote Count and Award Winners C Reserve Vote Count and Award Winners & Under Vote Count and Award Winners & Under Vote Count and Award Winners & Under Vote Count and Award Winners & Under Award Winners Picola Netball Association 2013 Season South East Division Vote Tally Player Milestones Club Awards Picola & District Football Netball League Awards Social Committee Club Photographers Thank You P a g e

4 Dookie United Honorary Life Members Member Name Date Inducted Member Name Date Inducted Greg Barton Chris Ludeman George Batey (Dec) Peter McNamara Sam Beggs Ron Missen 1970 Virginia Boyd Jim Moylan Peter Clayton Karen Pritchard (nee Nixon) Richard Dickins 1993 Jane O Donnell 2008 Valda Dickins Ray O Donnell Clive Down Jeff Parry 1992 Joanne Down Chris Payne-Croston 2008 Pat Harker John Quattrocchi Ron Harker Frank Ryan Rod Harmer Gerald Ryan Jacinta Harrington Isobel Ryan (Dec) Brian Hynes Ray Ryan Jill Kellock Tom Ryan (Dec) Dermot Kerlin Geoffrey Shields Fred Kirby (Dec) Grey Sutherland Bill Kirkby Kerry Sutherland Mathew Kirkby Des Thorp Pauline Kirkby 1993 Tom Thorp (Dec) Victor LeBrocqu, Snr. (Dec) Karen Tidd (nee Ludeman) 2008 Glen Lovick Kylie Turnbull Neville Ludeman Lyndall Hackett Megan O Connor P a g e

5 2013 Members List Name Name Name Name 1 Valda Dickins 47 Julia Hollonds 93 Hugh McMullan 139 Aaryn Cormican 2 Richard Dickins 48 Alicia Waight 94 Karen McMullan 140 Ray Berry 3 Dermot Kerlin 49 Maddie Schultz 95 Richard Tallis 141 Jamie Sutcliffe 4 Greg Sutherland 52 Robyn Gall 96 Alice Tallis 142 Steve Ludeman 5 Des Thorp 53 Natarsha Gall 97 Nick Boyd 143 Paula Ludeman 6 Ray O Donnell 50 Katie Biesiekierski 98 Kaalin Feldtmann 144 Steve O'Keeffe 7 Pat Harker 51 Kayla Sutherland 99 Cara Myers 145 Paul White 8 Chris Ludeman 54 Elise King 100 Lyndall Hackett 146 Ryan Rathjen 9 Ray Ryan 55 Serrin Gardner 101 Tom Dickins 147 Joel O'Sullivan 10 Kerry Sutherland 56 Katie Moon 102 Rosie Dickins 148 Levy Howard 11 Gerald Ryan 57 Gemma Maffei 103 Carina Walsh 149 Dillon Kennedy 12 Frank Ryan 58 Jessica Ashburner 104 Francine Cundari 150 Ben Furphy 13 Peter Clayton 59 Kate Poppa 105 Wendy Ludeman 151 Vicki Scott 14 Greg Barton 60 Laura Thomson 106 Tony Ludeman 152 Chris Feldtmann 15 Ron Harker 61 Lou Portia 107 Brian Harrington 16 Jill Kellock 62 Gretta O'Sullivan 108 Hayley Tapscott Sponsors 17 Pauline Kirkby 63 Paul O'Sullivan 109 Andrew Holland 18 Bill Kirkby 64 Maree O'Sullivan 110 Katrina Holland 19 Joanne Down 65 Tracey Hall 111 Kellie Smith 20 Karen Nixon 66 Krissy Hall 112 Paul Mason 21 Neville Ludeman 67 Heather Hall 113 Delvine Gardner 22 Rod Harmer 68 Fiona Doig 114 Ryan Hutchinson 23 Chris Payne-Croston 69 Cassie Beddome 115 B ashae Begley 24 Karen Tidd 70 Brenton Doig 116 Lindsay Maddison 25 Jane O Donnell 71 Michael Caruana 117 Maree Maddison 26 Don Bryant 72 Tanya Caruana 118 Steve Ludeman 27 John Quattrochi 73 Bobby Nicholson 119 Jodie Fleming 28 Clive Down 74 Michelle Nicolson 120 Andrew Fleming 29 Glen Lovick 75 Renee Wills 121 Amanda Sutherland 30 Virginia Boyd 76 Garrick Rogers 122 Alida Kildey 31 Kylie Turnbull 77 Andrea Graham 123 John Doig 32 Jacinta Harrington 78 Mark Harmer 124 Jen Doig 33 Jeff Parry 79 Leticia Harmer 125 Eddie Dickins 34 Geoff Shields 80 Carmel Ryan 126 Colleen Dillon 35 Sam Beggs 81 Luke Sibley 127 Bruce Larcombe 36 Matthew Kirkby 82 Peter O'Donnell 128 Reg Walter 37 Laura Moon 83 Nicole O'Donnell 129 Judy Walter 38 Tony Moylan 84 Grant Hayes 130 Ross Sutherland 39 Col Moylan 85 Ross Harmer 131 Ross Geddes 40 Andrew Nicholson 86 Lynne Harmer 132 Judy Geddes 41 Megan O'Connor 87 Steve Bowmaker 133 James Blackmore 42 Olivia Halsall 88 Jo Bowmaker 134 Tanya Blackmore 43 Luke O'Connor 89 Matt Maddison 135 Daniel Krahe 44 Kay O'Connor 90 Stacey Maddison 136 Elise Krahe 45 Bill O'Connor 91 Neil Cormican 137 Nick Lang 46 Phillip O'Connor 92 Julie Cormican 138 Ryan Kearney 4 P a g e

6 2013 Executive Committee Position Incumbent Position Incumbent President Kath D Elia Vice President Brian Harrington Secretary Alida Kildey Treasurer Helen Ellis Football Operations Steven Ludeman Netball Operations Manager Marketing & Sponsorship Sam Beggs Volunteer Coordinators Megan O Connor Jodie Fleming Kaye O Connor, Megan O Connor, Alida Kildey 2013 Committee of Management Football Operations Incumbent Marketing/Sponsorship Incumbent Game Day Administrator Alida Kildey Sponsorship/Awards Manager Sam Beggs Auskick Coordinator Chris Kendall Merchandise Coordinator Michelle Nicolson Property Steward Steven Ludeman Social Committee Incumbent Trainers Coordinator Football Klaus Lucattini/Phil Gall Senior Social Committee Coordinator L Hackett/K Sutherland/A Konig Medical Supplies Jacinta Harrington Junior Social Committee Coordinator B Harrington/A Kildey Player Records/Milestones Alida Kildey Netball Operations Incumbent Secretarial/Administration Incumbent Game Day Administrator K Holland/M O Connor Assistant Secretary Vacant Umpire Coordinator Megan O Connor Club Development Vacant Property Steward Megan O Connor Publicity Officer Kath D Elia/Lachlan Barnes Trainers Coordinator Netball Renee Wills Website/Social Media Administrator Alida Kildey Player Records/Milestones Jacinta Harrington Recreation Reserve Liaison Vacant Financial Management Incumbent Club Photographers Andrew Fleming & Brian Harrington Bookkeeper Vacant Bar Manager G Rogers/B Harrington Canteen Manager Valda Dickins Sustainable Revenue Vacant 5 P a g e

7 2013 Coaches, Team Manager s & Team Captains Seniors A Grade Coach Matt Maddison Coach Tanya Caruana Assistant Coach Paul Mason/Patrick McMullan Captain Lyndal Hackett Team Manager Steven Ludeman B Grade Chairman of Selectors Lindsay Maddison Coach Heather Hall Runner Junior Footballers/Sam Rankin Captain Fiona Doig / Kayla Sutherland Captain Patrick McMullan C Grade Reserves Coach Jacinta Harrington Coach Travis Waters Captain Kath D Elia Team Manager Robert Waters/Virginia Boyd C Reserve Runner Rotation of Senior Footballers Coach Robyn Gall Captain Ray Berry (Vice: Brenton Doig/Luke Sibley) U17 Captain Elise King U17 Coach Patrick McMullan Coach Jodie Fleming Assistant Coaches Vacant Captains Ebony Gall & Sophie Harmer Team Manager Bill O Connor U15 Runner Rotation of Senior Footballers Coach Serrin Gardner Captain (Joint) Stephen O Connor/Tom Harrington Captains Rebecca Sinclair U14 No Team U13 Coach Vacant Coach Renee Wills Team Manager Vacant Captain Amelia Lucattini & Lexie Kildey Runner Vacant U11 Captain Auskick Coordinator Vacant Chris Kendall Coaches Georgia Caruana Amanda Brisbane (Lucattini) 6 P a g e

8 2013 Annual General Report 2013 Trainers Football Trainers Phil Gall Level 1 Trainer, Level 2 First Aid, 17 years of experience Jacinta Harrington Level 1 Trainer, Level 2 First Aid, 6 years of experience Klaus Lucattini Level 1 Trainer, 4 years of experience, Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Netball Trainer Renee Wills Level 1 Trainer, Level 2 First Aid, 2 years of experience A special thanks to our Trainers for their ongoing dedication and commitment throughout the 2013 season Sponsors The Dookie United Football Netball Club would like to thank all our Sponsors for their valued support and contribution for season MAJOR SPONSORS Baiada Group (Steggles) Choices Flooring Shepparton Graincorp IK Caldwell All other DUFNC Sponsors AAA Woolbuyers Andrew & Katrina Holland Central Tyre Service Choices Flooring Club Mulwala DB & CM Kemp Shearing Dookie General Store Dow Mobile Engineering FA & SL Kitto Five Star Meats GAME contracting Gentle Annie Wines Gladstone Hotel Flyco Graincorp Operations Ltd Pine Lodge Engineering GV Security Doors Haeusler s Group IK Caldwell Kath D Elia Leigh & Alida Kildey Liberty Oil Mawson s Quarries & Concrete MB+M Accounting Michel Signs Nick & Virginia Boyd Peter Shields - Glazier Phil & Robyn Gall Quality Teams VJS Orchards & Coolstore Red Back Promotions Willprint Shepparton Rivalea (Australia) Ltd Rodwells & Co Pty Ltd Sam Rankin Plumbing Scanclear (NLIS) Shepparton Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Clinic Shepparton Fresh Baked Food Shepparton News Steve & Jo Bowmaker STY Fencing Techwool Trading Pty Ltd University of Melbourne Vehicle & Equipment Finance 7 Page

9 President s Report 2013 Annual General Report Dookie enjoyed a successful season on and off the field and courts this year. In his debut season as senior football coach, Matt Maddison earned the respect of not only all at our club but also our rival clubs as he ably led the side into the finals. Matt brought professionalism well beyond his years to the role and his enthusiasm, dedication and passion for the game were contagious throughout the club. This year also saw the appointment of a new senior netball coach, Tanya Caruana. Tanya inspired our teams with a high level of netball knowledge and again demanded a level of professionalism from our netballers which was well rewarded when 4 of our sides made finals as a direct result of her training regime and emphasis on improved basic skill levels. Several players notched up impressive milestones this year, most notably Chris Ludeman playing his 400 th game for the Club and Lyndal Hackett her 200 th. Lyndal was presented with a Life Membership at the club s Annual Senior Ball for her services to the club, including not only her illustrious playing career but also her services as an umpire and coach. Netball Operations Manager Megan O Connor was also made a Life Member of the club this year in recognition of her outstanding services to the club. Megan has been involved in the club as a player, umpire, coach and committee member. Sam Beggs returned to the committee as Sponsorship Manager this season and fervently pursued new and old sponsors to the club. His continued commitment to this role has meant the club has enjoyed support from a wide variety of community organisations and businesses. The very successful Sponsors Day was testament to the tireless work of Sam in ensuring Dookie United enjoys the support of sponsors from within the wider community. Our social committee also ran a very successful season of activities, including the Annual Ball which had a record attendance as well as an innovative new idea, the well-received Casino Night, and the Dookie ipod Shuffle. The social events at the club are always considered a highlight for the year and it was great to see so many people able to enjoy the events offered by the club this year. In particular, it was very pleasing to note that all of our social events ran smoothly and without incident. It is a testament to the calibre of our club members that we can run several events throughout the season safe in the knowledge that our members will behave responsibly, including always looking after their mates, organising designated drivers, and consuming alcohol responsibly and respecting the rights of other club members. Our club canteen remains one of the healthiest and most reasonably priced canteens within our league. Our kitchen volunteers provide a wide range of lunch options at home games and the income from our Thursday night dinner program throughout the season is invaluable to the club. The countless hours spent preparing the fuel for our athletes tanks is always appreciated. There are countless other volunteers who have fulfilled innumerable jobs throughout this season. Without their help it would not be possible to continue running a club as great as Dookie United. I would like to extend a sincere thanks to the members of the committee and the numerous volunteers who put in countless hours to ensure Dookie remains the family club of choice within the PDFNL. Kath D Elia 2013 DUFNC President 8 P a g e

10 Secretary s Report 2013 turned out to be a success on and off the playing fields and courts. It is great to see our senior and junior players blending well together and the club had a nice vibe about it. No season goes pass without its problems and I believe our current committee members handled each situation to the best of their abilities. It has been a pleasure to work alongside them as they each contributed to the club and imparted some skill or knowledge whilst in their roles. They have been wonderful support to me this year. Our coaches have been terrific this year. They have worked together with our senior coaches and they have worked hard to raise the bar during training; mentoring our juniors and improving the standard of play throughout the season. I would like to particularly thank Matt Maddison who has paid particular attention to include our netballers when praising the club; an area that has been lacking in previous years. The club is keen to continue to close this gap as the club moves forward. To the numerous volunteers, whether on training nights and game days, thank you for volunteering your valuable time in assisting the keep the club functioning throughout the season. This year, the club definitely felt the strain on volunteer numbers with one junior football side less. Whilst I have your attention, I d like to remind playing and non-playing members, that when you sign on the dotted line to play for Dookie United, you commit to support the club in a voluntary capacity. When we all do our share the load is not so demanding for anyone. I d like to thank Megan O Connor and Kaye O Connor for coordinating the netball and canteen rosters respectively for the season. This is not an easy task and both ladies tried to accommodate all requests whilst ensuring that all roles were filled so that game day ran smoothly. Our trainers definitely need a well-earned pat on the back for their tireless work on training nights and game days. They go about their business with not too much fuss and they are an asset to the club and we should not take them for granted. To the Valda, Chaz and the kitchen crew; once again the club is indebted to you for passion, dedication and willingness to feed a hungry group after training. As with many aspects in life, there is always room for improvement and this also applies to Dookie United can and no doubt will be a great year for Dookie United. I wish the club all the best on their journey to success and look forward in being part of the winning team! Alida Kildey 2013 DUFNC Secretary Sponsorship & Marketing Manager A massive thank you goes out to all of the valued sponsors of the Dookie United Football and Netball Club this season. The club would find it very hard to operate or provide the fun, friendly environment without sponsorship money. To all members and supporters we ask that you please return the favour and support the sponsors businesses (highlighted in the section titled 2013 Sponsors ) whenever possible. We look forward to next season and hope to build on the success of 2013 and we hope all sponsors can be part of that. Personally I would like to thank those at the club who helped me in my role this year, particularly Helen who organised all of the invoices and sponsor packages. See you all at the club next year. Sam Beggs 2013 DUFNC Sponsorship and Marketing Manager 9 P a g e

11 Treasurer s Report I would like to start by thanking my fellow committee members for their support during the 2013 Football and Netball season. I would also like to say a big thank you to Alida who is great to work with and was a great backup when I could not be in the office at times. Overall the financial situation of the club is very healthy although our turnover decreased from $180, in 2012 to $171, in Once again the canteen under Valda and her team did a fantastic job generating an income of $35, The biggest income boost was from the crop which yielded $23, up from $12, last year. I would like to say how much we appreciate all the hard work put in by the Ludeman brothers and Chas Dickins. A big thank you to the Sam Beggs as Marketing/Sponsorship Manager for the great job he done again this year, bringing in $20, worth of sponsorship. I d like to thank Jodie Fleming and Andrew & Katrina Holland in their efforts in securing Steggles as a major sponsor for our Club. Our net income (profit) for the season this year shows how much hard work everybody has put in to make it a good year for the club. The profit for this year was $4, compared with $1, last year. At the end of the season our trading account balance was $5,280.65, compared with $1, at the end of last season. Our Term Deposit balance at the end of the 2013 season was $31,535.15, compared with $30, last year. I would like to finish in thanking everyone at the Club for their support and encouragement throughout the year. Helen Ellis 2013 DUFNC Treasurer Dookie United Football Netball Club Inc. Balance Sheet as at 30 September 2013 Assets Bendigo Cheque Account $5, Term Deposit $31, Trade Debtors $2, Total Assets $39, Liabilities Total GST Liabilities $2, Total Liabilities $2, Net Assets $36, P a g e

12 Profit & Loss Statement ( 1 October September 2013) Income Expenses Interest Received $1, Auskick Expenses $ Bar & Meal Receipts $15, Bank Charges $ Catering $ Merchant Fees $ Kiosk Receipts $35, Bar Purchases $10, Ball Income $8, Meal Purchases $7, Sale of Crop $23, Kiosk Expenses $16, Club Functions $13, Bus Hire $ Finals Receipts $4, Cleaning $2, Chocolate Receipts $3, Catering $1, Olive Oil Sales $ Club Function Expenses $4, Gate Receipts $17, Coaches Fees/Player Incentives $46, Grants Received $2, Coaching Courses $ Junior Trophy Sponsorship $ Football Equipment Purchases $2, Membership fees $7, Netball Equipment Purchases $ VCFL Insurance $2, Fundraising Costs $2, Merchandise Receipts $4, Cropping Expenses $10, PDFL Distributions Received $2, Ball Expenses $8, Sponsorship $20, Finals Expenses $ Raffles $ General Expenses $1, Donations Received $1, Gifts & Donations $1, VNA Registrations $3, Grant Expenses $2, Picola Netball Assoc. fees $ Insurance $ Netball Uniform Sales & Hire $1, PDFNL fees $3, Hire of Coolroom $1, Player Registration Fees $4, Auskick $ Netball Team Fees & Score Book $ Total Income $171, VNA Registration Fees $4, PNA Player Levies $ Cost Of Sales Licences & Permits $ Merchandise Purchases $9, Medical Supplies $2, Total Cost Of Sales $9, Printing, Postage & Stationery $2, Programs $2, Recreation Reserve Fees $6, Repairs $ Sign Printing $1, Sundries $ Telephone $ Trainers Courses $ Umpire Training Courses $83.64 Football & Netball Trophies $1, Football Umpire Fees $2, Netball Umpire Fees $ Total Expenses $157, Net Profit/(Loss) $4, P a g e

13 Independent Audit Report to the members of Dookie United Football Netball Club Inc. Scope We have audited the attached financial report, being a special purpose financial report of Dookie United Football & Netball Club Inc. for the year ended 30th September, The committee is responsible for the financial report and has determined that the accounting policies used are appropriate to meet the needs of the Associations Incorporation Act Vic. and the needs of the members. We have conducted an independent audit of this financial report in order to express an opinion on it to the members. No opinion is expressed as to whether the accounting policies used are appropriate to the needs of the members. The financial report has been prepared for the purpose of fulfilling the requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act Vic. We disclaim any assumption of responsibility for any reliance on this report or on the financial report to which it relates to any person other than the members, or for any purpose other than that for which it was prepared. Our audit has been conducted in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. Our procedures included examination, on a test basis, of evidence supporting the amounts and other disclosures in the financial report and the evaluation of significant accounting estimates. These procedures have been undertaken to form an opinion whether, in all material respects, the financial report is presented fairly. These policies do not require the application of all Australian Accounting Standards and other mandatory professional reporting requirements. The audit opinion expressed in this report has been formed on the above basis. Qualification 1. As an audit procedure it was not practicable to extend our examination on cash receipts beyond the accounting for amounts as shown by the books and records of Dookie United Football & Netball Club Inc. 2. We have not conducted an audit of 30th September, 2012 balances and therefore do not provide an opinion on the opening balances at that date. Audit Opinion Subject to the foregoing reservation, in our opinion the financial report presents a true and fair view of the financial position of Dookie United Football & Netball Club Inc. as at 30th September MB&M Paula Ludeman C.A. Date: 11th October 2013 MB+M Chartered Accountants 23 Nixon Street, Shepparton 12 P a g e

14 Football Operations Report The 2013 season has come and gone and it has been a very positive season for our club on the football side of things. It was a slow start to the off season with the recruiting of a senior coach the most difficult role to fill. After many negotiations with a number of potential candidates, Matt Maddison took on the role of leading our senior side and our club in In Matt`s debut year as a coach he took control and lead from the front as if he had done so many times before. Matt recruited very well with many new and past players thundering up for the pre-season training and a great feel was created among not just the senior footballers but the Under 17`s as well. We welcomed Travis Waters as our Reserves coach which has to be one of the most difficult roles at the club. Travis did a fantastic job with his huge turnover of numbers throughout the season and was very unlucky not to have his side playing finals football. Pat McMullan took on the important role as Under 17 coach and with limited numbers did a terrific job developing our juniors with over 30% of his players getting a taste of senior football, which is so valuable for the experience of these young kids and for the future of our club. Our senior footballers played some great team football throughout the home and away season and were rewarded with a very successful finals campaign, winning the Elimination final and the First Semi-final before losing in a close game to Waaia in the Preliminary final. A number of our senior players did very well at League level and need to be congratulated; none more so than Matt Maddison who took out Coach of the Year honors at the League presentation night. Pat McMullan was voted best player by opposition clubs which is a prestigious award to win. Matt Kitto polled extremely well coming third in the League vote count with Pat McMullan fourth. Angus Sinclair who was still an eligible Under 17 player was runner-up in the Rising Star Award for the League. Dookie United had five representatives in the Inter- League representative team which was captained by Pat McMullan, a fantastic achievement by Pat and our club. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our valued club members who put in many hours each week to put our football teams on the field. It all starts with our coaches, our team managers, our field umpires; Nick Boyd and Steve Bowmaker, our goal umpires, time keepers, boundary umpires, runners and water boys and girls. A special thank you must go to Julie Cormican who along with Col Moylan washed the jumpers this year, thank you ladies! Thanks must go to Tony Moylan who did the line marking each home game. Special thanks to the terrific work that our club trainers perform throughout the season during training sessions and in particular on game day...a thankless job, but a very important part of our football club. A big thank you goes to Alida Kildey who was our Game Day Manager in 2013 and she did a terrific job with all the paperwork which is involved to get the sides on the field. Finally, thank you to all the players that pulled on the Dookie United jumper this season, you did a great job throughout the season and held our club in the highest regard. To finish, we have already been working hard to recruit new players to the club in 2014 with some big announcements to be made in the coming weeks and with almost all our current player group returning. We look forward to successful year yet again in 2014 for this great family club. Steven Ludeman 2013 Football Operations Manager 13 P a g e

15 Registered Players - Football U 17's Reserves Seniors Charlie Bowmaker Byron Alston Luke Sibley Jamie Atkinson Aaron Down Lachlan Baker Anthony Sutton Lachlan Baker Kade Gall Lachlan Barnes Simon Thorsen Declan Barlow Benjamin Gillin Simon Berry Jesse Vella Samuel Beggs Shawn Hamilton Raymond Berry Travis Waters Aaryn Cormican Benjamin Hamilton Phillip Brown Paul White Edward Dickins Thomas Harrington Craig Cox Ian Wright Benjamin Furphy Mitchell Harrington Gary Darma Luke Harmer Connor Hayes Matthew Davies Lloyd Harriott Samuel Hayes Tom Dickins Chris Kendall Jordyn Lewis Brenton Doig Mathew Kitto Kaspar Lucattini Chris Feldtmann Benjamin Kline Nathan Ludeman Kaalin Feldtmann Matthew Maddison Drew Lythgo Jake Ferguson Campbell Marx Hayden McKenzie Brendan Fraser Paul Mason David Nicolson Nicholas Geddes Ken McFarlane Stephen O'Connor Cameron M Hall Patrick McMullan Bradley O'Keeffe James Harmer Brendan McMullan Peter O'Keeffe Dale Heyward Andrew Nicolson Matthew Portia Shelby Howard Luke O'Connor Liam Rogers Levy Howard Peter O'Donnell Angus Sinclair Ryan Hutchinson Misha Oldmeadow Kel Squire Seamus Kearney Sam Rankin Daniel Sutherland Ryan Kearney Jamie Sutcliffe Sam Tallis Dylan Kennedy Brendan Wood Andrew King Gavin Kitto Mark Kitto Daniel Krahe Nicholas Lang Chris Ludeman Mark McTiffen Robert Nicolson Phillip O'Connor Mark O'Halloran Dale Osborne Joel O'Sullivan Jason Randall Ryan Rathjen Liam Ryan 14 P a g e

16 Football Games Tally 2013 Football Games Tally B/F Club Games Games played 2013 Total Club Games Rego No. Surname First name SNR RES U17 U14 SNR RES U17 U14 SNR RES U17 U14 TOTAL Alston Byron Barnes Lachlan Beggs Samuel Berry Simon Berry Raymond Bowmaker Charlie Brown Phillip Cormican Aaryn Cox Craig Darma Gary Davies Matthew Dickins Tom Dickins Edward Doig Brenton Down Aaron Feldtmann Chris Feldtmann Kaalin Ferguson Jake Fraser Brendan Furphy Benjamin Gall Kade Geddes Nicholas Gillin Benjamin Hall Cameron M Hamilton Shawn Hamilton Benjamin Harmer Luke Harmer James Harrington Thomas Harrington Mitchell Harriott Lloyd Hayes Connor Hayes Samuel Heyward Dale Howard Shelby Howard Levy Hutchinson Ryan Kearney Seamus Kearney Ryan Kendall Chris Kennedy Dylan King Andrew Kitto Gavin Kitto Mark Kitto Mathew Kline Benjamin Krahe Daniel Lang Nicholas Lewis Jordyn Lucattini Kaspar Ludeman Chris P a g e

17 2013 Football Games Tally B/F Club Games Games played 2013 Total Club Games Rego No. Surname First name SNR RES U17 U14 SNR RES U17 U14 SNR RES U17 U14 TOTAL Ludeman Nathan Lythgo Drew Maddison Matthew Marx Campbell Mason Paul McFarlane Ken McKenzie Hayden McMullan Patrick McMullan Brendan McTiffen Mark Nicolson Andrew Nicolson David Nicolson Robert O'Connor Stephen O'Connor Luke O'Connor Phillip O'Donnell Peter O'Halloran Mark O'Keeffe Bradley O'Keeffe Peter Oldmeadow Misha Osborne Dale O'Sullivan Joel Portia Matthew Randall Jason Rankin Sam Rathjen Ryan Rogers Liam Ryan Liam Sibley Luke Sinclair Angus Squire Kel Sutcliffe Jamie Sutherland Daniel Sutton Anthony Tallis Sam Thorsen Simon Vella Jesse Waters Travis White Paul Wood Brendan Wright Ian P a g e

18 Senior Coach s Report The year began with many phone calls, trying to secure the group we had and top up with a few extras to fill the gap of those departing. We didn t want just superstar players who would put their hand out and ask for $$, we wanted players who would fit into the well-respected Dookie culture and in simple terms people who were good blokes. We were successful. Getting commitment out of the local boys who had been comfortable in the reserves but willing to challenge themselves and commit to giving it a shot at playing senior football and recruiting some new (and some familiar) faces to the club, all of whom ended up being good blokes! Pre-season started with 2 nights in at Wanganui (Shepparton), and although there was a minority who disagreed with the Dookie team training in Shepparton I made the decision that this was best for the club. With the simple equation of bigger farms + smaller families = less young Dookie locals to choose from we thought it would be best to break tradition and cater for the majority Never forgetting who we were representing and who we would be playing for when the season rolled around. Before the season began there was one moment in which I believe made this group into the tight knit, relentless, committed and most hardworking group of blokes in which they became - Three Peaks. Three peaks was the hiking trip which around 30 of us took part in. Conquering the peaks of 3 mountains, covering almost 40km s on foot, walking with a rope for 1 peak that was not to be broken by any member, and stretchering teammates up another with make shift stretches were all part of a day that I myself will never forget. Our practice matches against Goorambat, Murchison and Yarroweyah were all pretty promising with all 3 games resulting in wins. Great for the confidence, although I think 2 of those teams were holding up (or close too) the rest of the teams on the ladder in their respective leagues by the end of the year... The season began with a few wins and a few losses. We based our plan around having no individuals and each playing a part in helping the team succeed on field for the club never entirely sure what we were capable of. Before we knew it the end of the season was near. We had beaten Shep East 3 times in a year (that s always good!) and we were shaping up to possibly finish 3 rd on the ladder. We were heading into finals with a real show and most importantly with the belief that we could match it with the best. Our finals campaign began against 1 of the only 2 teams we hadn t beaten all year, Rennie. With the team ready to win our first final in 3 years we played some good footy to finish on top of the slightly depleted Rennie side. That took us to the second round, against our old foes in Shep East. We had them covered during the year, and with the motivation of them still thinking they were better than us we were determined to extend the 3 wins in a year to 4. We did just that! So 2 games down, we headed to Waaia to take on 1 of the season flag favourites. Waaia proved too good for us on the day, and that game would mark the end of 2013 season for us. From round 1 to that final game at Waaia we could never doubt the commitment in which the boys had for the club throughout the year. Finishing well above the predicted 2 nd bottom, we had in my eyes a very successful year. Most importantly we had represented our football club in a great fashion whilst developing the mateship in which we had always set out to develop as a group. None of this would have been possible if it weren t for those people involved in the club. Thank you to the sponsors, supporters, members and volunteers who all so generously give either their time, money or both to the club just so we can play the game we love. I cannot thank these people enough for what they do and what too often goes unnoticed. Thank you to every single one of you, and thank you to all those involved in helping 2013 at DUFNC be an extremely enjoyable year. Till next year. Thunder Up Matt Maddison 2013 Senior Coach 17 P a g e

19 Reserves Coach s Report Going into season 2013 we had high hopes for the reserves and on ability alone we could have done anything but our commitment levels let us down. As a result the only time we were out of the top 5 was after the last round and missed out on playing finals. At the end of the home and away season we finished in 6 th spot winning 6 games and losing 12. With 65 players going through the reserves this season we had plenty of changes each week but it was great having so many people wanting to play for our great club. We also had a number of under 17 s play for us which was fantastic and hopefully helps them in some way with their development. The highlight of the season was by far in round 9 with Chris Ludeman playing his 400 th club game. Even though we lost the game in a close contest it was great to share the day with Chris and we had players lining up to be a part of it. I would like to thank the club for the opportunity to coach the reserves again in 2013 and look forward to being a part of the Dookie United Football Netball Club in Travis Waters 2013 Reserves Coach Under 17 s Coach s Report Firstly I would like to congratulate the players on their effort and attitude that they showed throughout the course of the year. They displayed great sportsmanship and respect to opposition players and umpiring officials at all times. With restricted numbers this year our goals were not limited to games won and lost but to develop the players skill levels and knowledge of the game as well as ensuring an enjoyment in being part of a cohesive team. With this in mind I feel that the year was very much a success. Three players eligible for the under 14 s competition in Ben Hamilton, Sam Hayes and Brad O Keefe played the entire year and performed magnificently, exceeding all expectations. A further seven players experienced senior football, one of these being Angus Sinclair who held a regular spot in the senior side. Despite not being able to field an under 14 s side in this year s competition, this indicates that there is some great talent coming up the ranks and that the future is bright for the Dookie United Football Club. I would like to thank Bill O Connor, Alida Kildey and Steve Ludeman for their tremendous support throughout the year and Lou Portia, Grant Hayes, Steve Bowmaker, Steve O Keeffe, Phil Gall and Klaus Lucattini for volunteering their time on game days. I look forward to seeing the continual development of our junior footballers in 2014 and beyond. Patrick (Paddy) McMullan 2013 under 17 Football Coach 18 P a g e

20 Senior Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Matt Maddison Assistant Coaches: Paul Mason / Patrick McMullan Team Manager: Steven Ludeman Best & Fairest & Leading Goal Kicker Patrick McMullan Runner Up B&F Campbell Marx Most Valuable Player & Best Finals Player Brendan Wood Most Determined Misha Oldmeadow Most Consistent Mathew Kitto Most Improved Aaryn Cormican Most Courageous Player Brendan McMullan Best 1st Year Player Angus Sinclair 2013 South East Division Senior Ladder No. Team Pts 1 Tungamah 68 2 Waaia 52 3 Shepparton East 40 4 Dookie United 40 5 Rennie 36 6 Katamatite 32 7 Katunga 20 8 Katandra 0 DUFNC SENIOR FINAL VOTE COUNT Patrick McMullan 116 Peter O'Donnell 40 Luke O Connor 17 Paul Mason 5 Campbell Marx 94 Misha Oldmeadow 33 Lloyd Harriott 15 Angus Sinclair 4 Brendan Wood 90 Luke Harmer 31 Jamie Atkinson 14 Matt Kitto 74 Ben Furphy 27 Sam Beggs 10 Aaryn Cormican 60 Ben Kline 21 Ken McFarlane 7 Matt Maddison 57 Jamie Sutcliffe 21 Eddie Dickins 6 Brendan McMullan 45 Declan Barlow 18 Chris Kendall 6 19 P a g e

21 Reserves Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Travis Waters Team Managers: Robert Water and Virginia Boyd Best & Fairest Chris Feldtmann Runner Up B&F Andrew King Coaches Award Brenton Doig Most Determined Levi Howard 2013 South East Division Reserves Ladder No. Team Pts 1 Tungamah 64 2 Shepparton East 58 3 Waaia 50 4 Katamatite 48 5 Rennie 28 6 Dookie United 24 Most Consistent Jason Randall Most Improved Ryan Rathjen Best 1st Year Player Ryan Hutchinson 7 Katunga 12 8 Katandra 4 DUFNC RESERVES FINAL VOTE COUNT Chris Feldtmann 68 Gavin Kitto 27 Jesse Vella 14 Phillip Brown 4 Andrew King 50 Joel O Sullivan 25 Byron Alston 11 Simon Thorsen 4 Jason Randall 49 Mark Kitto 24 Declan Barlow 10 Dale Heyward 3 Luke Sibley 45 Ryan Hutchinson 22 Garry Darma 10 Lachlan Barnes 2 Levi Howard 43 Ryan Kearney 21 Dylan Kennedy 9 Daniel Krahe 2 Ray Berry 41 Simon Berry 20 Cameron M Hall 8 Seamus Kearney 1 Tom Dickins 41 Jamie Sutcliffe 19 Andrew Nicolson 8 Chris Kendall 1 Nick Geddes 38 Lachlan Baker 17 Sam Beggs 7 Chris Ludeman 1 Ryan Rathjen 34 Paul White 17 Robert Nicolson 7 Peter O Keeffe 1 Lloyd Harriott 30 Brenton Doig 16 Travis Waters 7 Luke O Connor 28 Brendan Fraser 15 Mark O Halloran 6 20 P a g e

22 Under 17 Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Patrick McMullan Team Manager: Bill O Connor Best & Fairest Stephen O Connor Runner Up B&F Tom Harrington Coaches Award Peter O Keeffe Most Determined Kel Squire Most Consistent Connor Hayes Most Improved Aaron Down Best 1st Year Player & Encouragement Award Sam Hayes Encouragement Award Mitch Harrington Encouragement Award Brad O Keeffe Encouragement Award Ben Hamilton 2013 South East Division DUFNC UNDER 17 FINAL VOTE COUNT Stephen O Connor 168 Nathan Ludeman 17 Under 17 Ladder Tom Harrington 122 Aaron Down 16 No. Team Pts Connor Hayes 91 Shawn Hamilton 15 1 Tungamah 64 Kel Squire 76 Ben Gillin 15 2 Katunga 48 Kaspar Lucattini 67 Matt Portia 13 3 Katandra 48 Peter O Keeffe 48 Charlie Bowmaker 5 4 Shepparton East 44 Sam Hayes 48 Ben Hamilton 4 5 Waaia 44 David Nicolson 40 Sam Tallis 4 6 Rennie 16 Kade Gall 25 Brad O Keeffe 3 7 Katamatite 12 Angus Sinclair 20 Jordyn Lewis 3 8 Dookie United 8 Liam Rogers 20 Hayden McKenzie 2 21 P a g e

23 Picola District Football Netball League 2013 South East Division Vote Tally SENIORS (Pearce Medal) RESERVES (McKenzie Medal) Nicholas Doyle Tungamah 33 Adrian Connell Tungamah 18 Tyson Saunders Katamatite 16 Adam Waasdorp Waaia 14 Mathew Kitto Dookie United 15 Ali Hussani Shepparton East 14 Lee James Tungamah 14 Jakob Wright Katamatite 10 Patrick McMullan Dookie United 13 Corey Saunders Tungamah 10 Gregory Meyland Waaia 13 Hysen Ismet Shepparton East 10 Ricky Frappell Shepparton East 13 Jayson Culton Waaia 10 Matthew McCarty Waaia 12 Mark Shelton Waaia 9 Andrew Taylor Katamatite 12 Brett Harvey Tungamah 9 Campbell Marx Dookie United 12 Sean Carey Waaia 9 UNDER 17 Adam Hicks Katunga 33 Under 17 Encouragement Award Recipients Corey Hickford Katandra 24 Jonty Wardle Katandra 20 Jack Sidebottom Shepparton East 20 Zane Thorne Katandra 16 Daniel Williams Tungamah 15 James Irvine Tungamah 15 Jacob Sampson Tungamah 14 Matthew O Kane Tungamah 13 Sam Bryan Waaia P a g e

24 2013 Player Milestones 50 Junior Games Junior Player Milestones Drew Lythgo 100 Junior Games 100 Junior Games 100 Junior Games 150 Junior Games Tom Harrington Stephen O Connor 50 Club Games Paul Mason Connor Hayes Sam Hayes Kaspar Lucattini Campbell Marx Senior Player Milestones Joel O Sullivan 100 Club Games 100 Club Games 100 Club Games Ray Rathjen 150 Club Games Chris Feldtmann Luke O Connor Brenton Doig Andrew Nicolson Angus Sinclair 300 Club Games 400 Club Games Peter O Donnell Chris Ludeman 23 P a g e

25 Netball Operations Report It has been a very successful season for the netball arm of the club this year. The appointment of head coach, Tanya Caruana has proven to be a positive step forward for the Club, with four netball teams managing a spot in the finals series. The 17 and under team managed to win their way through from fifth on the ladder to the grand final - a very successful outcome and a great insight into the future of the Club. All players at all age groups and levels benefited from the expertise that Tanya provided, as did the other coaches who also benefited greatly from her assistance and advice. This year the Club moved toward a more structured approach to the coaching and development of our junior teams, following recommendation from both Netball Victoria and Netball Australia. The 11 & under, 13 & under and 15 & under are now coached in a structured way in that all players are given the opportunity to play in all positions, with the focus being on developing their basic skills and knowledge of all positions on the court as opposed to simply winning. Some coaches have struggled with this concept, but understand the reason and direction the Club is taking. We intend to continue with this concept into 2014 and beyond to ensure we are developing well-rounded and wellskilled players. Many senior and junior players arrived during pre-season training, with quite a few new players to the Club. As there were too many players to accommodate and provide good game time to all, the coaches and netball operations managers decided to move into a selection process which was explained to all players. While our selection process was not ideal, there have been many discussions on how to improve the timeframes to ensure a smoother and fairer process for With a more focussed and consistent approach to coaching now taking place, we hope to continue strengthening the Club by strengthening the skills of our players and coaches to ensure more success on the court in the future. Megan O Connor & Jodie Fleming 2013 Netball Operations Managers 24 P a g e

26 Registered Players Netball A Grade B Grade C Grade C Reserve Coach: Tanya Caruana Coach: Heather Hall Coach: Jacinta Harrington Coach: Robyn Gall Casie Beddome Kate Biesiekierski Kathryn D'Elia B'ashae Begley Serrin Gardner Fiona Doig Jacinta Harrington Amanda Brisbane Lyndal Hackett Jodie Fleming Joanne Kitto Francine Cundari Tracey Hall Krissy Hall Courtney Lewis Natarsha Gall Allison Konig Julia Hollonds Gemma Maffei Robyn Gall Katie Moon Maddison Schultz Cara Myers Olivia Halsall Laura Moon Kellie Smith Lauren Nisbet Katrina Holland Emma-Jane Schifferle Kayla Sutherland Gretta O'Sullivan Elise King Sheena Waters Alicia Waight Kate Poppa Stacey Kitto Casie Beddome Laura Thomson Wendy Ludeman Serrin Gardner Carina Walsh Vicki Scott Hayley Tapscott Under 17 Under 15 Under 13 Under 11 Coach: Jodie Fleming Coach: Serrin Gardner Coach: Renee Wills Coaches: Georgia Caruana & Amanda Brisbane Lilli Bathman Louise Dean Daisy Bowmaker Catherine Boyd Georgia Caruana Molly Freeman Eloise Caruana Gabrielle Boyd Ebony Gall Lily Rogers Jacqueline Dean Madeline Fleming Rachael Graham Rebecca Sinclair Ella Hayes Chloe Harmer Sophie Harmer Jordyn Squire Lexie Kildey Eliza Harmer Lily Innes-Irons Chloe Sutherland Amelia Lucattini Hannah Helps Julia Kildey Kirby Sutherland Jessica McNiece Lorelei Randall Emily McNiece Julia Tallis Jaimee Squire Abbey Rogers Hannah Reynoldson Chloe Telford Jessica Telford Jordan Sutherland Nicole Waters Kate Telford 25 P a g e

27 Netball Games Tally 2013 GRADE TOTALS 2012 B/F SENIORS JUNIORS C/F NAME SR JR A B C CR SR JR Club Bathman Lillian Beddome Cassie Begley B'ashae Biesiekierski Kate Bowmaker Daisy Boyd Catherine Brisbane Amanda Brown Simone Caruana Eloise Caruana Georgia Caruana Tanya Cundari Francine Dean Jackie Dean Louise D'Elia Kath Doig Fiona (Tolliday) Fleming Jodie Fleming Madeline Freeman Molly Gall Ebony Gall Robyn Gall Natarsha Gardner Serrin Graham Rachael Hackett Lyndal Hall Kristina Hall Tracey Halsall Olivia Harmer Chloe Harmer Sophie Harrington Jacinta Hayes Ella Helps Hannah Holland Katrina Hollands Julia Innes-Irons Lily Kildey Julia Kildey Lexie King Elise Kitto Jo (Trapani) Kitto Stacey Konig Alison Lewis Courtney Lucattini Amelia Ludeman Wendy Maffei Gemma P a g e

28 2013 GRADE TOTALS 2012 B/F SENIORS JUNIORS C/F NAME SR JR A B C CR SR JR Club McNiece Emily McNiece Jessica Moon Katie Moon Laura Myers Cara Nisbet Lauren O'Sullivan Gretta Poppa Kate Reynoldson Hannah Rogers Abbey Rogers Lilly Schifferle Emma-Jane Schultz Maddison Scott Vicki Sinclair Rebecca Smith Kellie Squire Jaimee Squire Jordyn Sutherland Chloe Sutherland Jordan Sutherland Kayla Sutherland Kirby Tallis Julia Tapscott Hayley Telford Chloe Telford Kate Telford Jessica Thomson Laura Waight Alicia Walsh Carina Waters Nicole Waters Sheena P a g e

29 A Grade Coach s Report In retrospect I d say this year has been cram packed and has raced by very quickly. I don t feel I have achieved all that I wanted to but I really think we got some good foundations formed got everyone thinking on the same track. Pre-season was inspiring great feedback from players about what they wanted and how they felt about the club. Terrific numbers for preseason training and trials. I think we all realize how crucial it is to have a clear and visible plan up front to manage the numbers we ended up with to avoid the issues of last minute disappointments. Numbers going into next year need more thought and consensus on the decisions if we plan to retain junior talented players. We need to continue to provide pathways for all of our juniors as well as create opportunities to further extend and challenge the higher skilled players. Coaches need a selection/interview process to make sure that our club philosophies will be endorsed and carried out in good spirit and that all players and parents are aware of what this means. An early to mid-season formal review is a must to ensure that all coaches are on track and have all the support they need. I was really amazed at how quickly most of the coaches adopted the drills and strategies I really couldn t have hoped for more on that front. It is crucial that there is enough equipment for the number of netballers throughout the seaon more good quality balls needed enough for one between two people. Mainly across the juniors, for clarity, we need to define what the goals are for the coaches to achieve and have it visible to all what are we teaching these kids and why? I think I was guilty of information overload, particularly in the first half of the season too much too fast! I d like to break the season up into phases and have a focus for each one this would need a collective approach with input from all coaches more systematic and less reactive. I think there needs to be more emphasis on improving the basics across all of the juniors which can be addressed with the above focus. In a nutshell, I m really happy with the improvement of basics across the senior teams - I can safely walk behind a line of girls passing long and hard and not get hit in comparison to the start of the season; it has improved out of sight. It s also encouraging that some of the juniors are participating in the senior training more group training in juniors needs to be encouraged - having senior players act as mentors has been hugely successful and appreciated this could be further fostered it s the best way to fast track some of the development. Full credit to the committee members who undertake the organizing of the club excellent job, I really appreciate the work that you all do, with a smile and terrific attitude through the challenging moments. I am keen to be reconsidered for next year as I wasn t able to get all of my plans off the ground and I d really like to be able to follow through with the concepts which were introduced and share all of the netball knowledge that I can. Tanya Caruana 2013 A Grade Coach 28 P a g e

30 B Grade Coach s Report 2013 saw a new look B Grade at Dookie with a blend of experience and youthful enthusiasm. Fiona Doig took on the captaincy role, ably assisted by Kayla Sutherland. There were a number of players new to the club who settled into the team in no time at all. Although we had mixed success on the court, trainings were always tackled with commitment and enthusiasm with everyone keen to develop their skills and fitness. Jodie Fleming was a very worthy winner of B&F; week after week putting her skills and experience to work whilst at the same time mentoring and encouraging the team. Kayla was runner up B&F finishing the season off strongly. Kate Biesiekierski was voted best team player whilst Kellie Smith took out the Coaches Award for her positive attitude and contribution to the team. Heather Hall 2013 B Grade Coach C Grade Coach s Report The first 3 rounds of the season saw us versing the top 3 sides and it became apparent from the start that having to play these 3 teams 3 times each through the season definitely put us at a disadvantage. It meant that the other 9 matches to play needed to be winners if we were to have any chance at making finals. We were able to match it with most of the remaining teams but still couldn t manage enough wins to sneak a peek in the top five. Our 10 player line up at the start of the season still saw us relying on assistance from other teams due to injury or holidays and the continual rotation of players never allowed us to find our momentum until the later part of the season where we finally managed to play some quality netball and started to settle as a team. Carina Walsh B&F and Courtney Lewis R/Up were deserving recipients of the main awards as they both played strong defensive games consistently all season and combined well together in the circle. Carina s strong drives through the centre court allowed the ball to be delivered down to our Goals and Courtney was always reliable to pull in a few amazing intercepts. Cara Myers took home the most Consistent award for her never give up approach and ability to run everything down. Kath D Elia won the Team Player award due to her ever vibrant on and off court enthusiasm for us to do well and her reliable game through the centre delivering the messages to both ends. The other team members were Gretta O Sullivan and Laura Thomson in goals, although both these players started the season slowly, their accuracy and confidence grew stronger as the season went on they both have their own styles and are lovely to watch. Kate Poppa was always very athletic through the centre court and added pizzazz to the game. Gemma Maffei and Lauren Nisbet (who unfortunately had to relocate due to work) always added a gutsy and determined effort through the defence rotation and through the midcourt as did Jo Kitto, who unfortunately didn t end up being able to play many games for the season. A 6 th place finish on the ladder was quite respectable but we now know that to improve on that we need to be all fully committed to work harder at training and settle much earlier in the season. We have picked up many new things to work on through the guidance of Tanya so just need to improve on these skills now and advance to the next level. All in all a good fun year with plenty of laughs and a great bunch of girls thank you to all players and hopefully everyone will be back again in Jacinta Harrington 2013 C Grade Coach 29 P a g e

31 C Reserve Coach s Report C Reserve had a fantastic year. We started the year with hopes of a finals birth but had no idea that the year would be so successful. The team consisted of 11 players who were all very willing to play and keen to learn. We implemented a rotation policy to enable as many people as possible to play in the team. The team captain was Elise King who confidently let the team all year. C Reserve had a very competitive year and finished 4 th on the ladder, a long way behind the three top teams of the year. We played in the elimination final at Dookie and were very relieved to win comfortably as we were well ahead of Rennie in 5 th place. Our next big test was at Katandra against Waaia who we had not beaten throughout the year. Despite a slow start which saw Waaia jump ahead by 9 goals, we regrouped and came home strong to win in a nail biter by 2 goals. Our elimination final against Katandra again saw us face a team we hadn t beaten all year. We again gave them a head start but came home strong matching them goal for goal in the last quarter. Unfortunately we were not quiet able to get on top of them after playing catch up netball all game and went down by a mere 2 goals. I would like to congratulate the girls on the effort and commitment they put in this year and particularly on the sportsman like way they played their netball. I was very proud to coach the team who kept their heads up all year and thoroughly deserved to make finals. I know it was a huge highlight of some of their netball days at Dookie United. Best of luck to next years C Reserve team! Robyn Gall 2012 C Reserve Coach 30 P a g e

32 17 & Under Coach s Report The 2013 season for the 17 & under netballers has been outstanding to say the least. All nine players have shown amazing improvement and have worked exceptionally hard, having more than earnt their spot in this year s Grand Final. Most players not only trained twice a week, taking full advantage of head coach, Tanya Caruana s coaching expertise, but they have also undertaken senior training directly after their own training session each week. All players were exceptionally motivated from pre-season, right through to the last training session leading into the Grand Final. They worked tirelessly to be fit, work together as a team and to improve their individual skills and most importantly they had fun along the way. Parental support has been terrific alongside some great mentoring from some of the senior netballers. I would particularly like to thank Lynne Harmer for taking on the task of Team Manager and being such a solid support and help to me throughout the entire season. Lynne took copious amounts of statistics for me each and every week, which proved to be an invaluable coaching tool for me to work out where I could improve each player and the team as a whole. I would also like to thank the committee, all senior and junior netball and football coaches and players of both codes who gave so much support to the 17 & Under side, not only during their finals campaign, but throughout the year. I was truly blessed with a team of talented players who soaked up any knowledge they could and who wanted to learn as much as possible so they could be the best they could possibly be. The respect they displayed for me, for each other, for the opposition and themselves is a true credit to each and every one of them and the Club should be as proud of them as I was to have had the privilege of coaching them each week. It has been a joy to coach this team and it has been a very rewarding experience to go on such a special journey with my nine gorgeous ladies. Only two players move into the senior ranks next year, which augurs well for another great year for this age group. Although we were unable to bring the premiership flag home for the Club; there was no real disappointment as the girls played the best netball they could and conducted themselves beautifully, displaying true sportsmanship and great courage. Jodie Fleming & Under Coach 31 P a g e

33 15 & Under Coach s Report In 2013 the 15 & under team consisted of 9 players, including a mixture of girls from the team in 2012, girls from the 2012, 13 & under team and also new players to the club. After an initial get to know you period for our new combination, the girls were eager to learn and of course have as much fun as possible even when burpees, push-ups and sprints were on the menu! We also established early on in the season that the girls would try out as many new positions on the court as possible. With this and skill development in mind, we focused on the quality of our netball rather than the score at the end of the game. This provided the girls with a safe environment to experiment with skills and also attacking and defensive systems learnt at training. Unfortunately we didn t come close to making finals this season, but there were many more successes for us to celebrate such as the improvements gained in basic skills, fitness, team work and the ability to play a number of positions. Each member of the team would have played anywhere between 3 and the full 7 positions available before the finals came around. We must thank our co-captains for this season, in Bec Sinclair and Julia Tallis who were voted in by both the players and me. They each offered a different set of leadership qualities for our team - Bec's netball experience and the way she was able to role model an exceptional level of fitness for the duration of the season were indeed strengths with Julia bringing much positive talk on game day and a unique ability to apply the skills learnt at training into every match - we definitely felt lucky to have such fantastic and well respected captains. Finally, I wish to thank the girls for their efforts and also congratulate them on the way they conducted themselves on and off the court this year. They were a pleasure to coach and I thank them for all the laughs and netball we shared. I would also like to thank the girls family's for their support, the 13 & under girls who filled in when we were short of numbers on a Saturday and Tanya Caruana, Jodie Fleming and Kath D'Elia for their assistance at training and on a Saturday. All the best for a successful season 2014! Serrin Gardner & Under Coach 11 & Under Coaches Report The 11 & under team had a great mix of experience with some of the girls trying netball for the first time and with others reaching a milestone of 50 games! It didn't matter where they started, all the girls improved out of sight by the end of the season. The main emphasis of training was the basics of catching and delivering the ball, as well as having some fun. However, when it came to Saturdays the girls were keen to try every position on the court and naturally learnt about the different roles they needed to take on. Whatever the girls lacked in experience they made up for with enthusiasm and their team cheer of "Go Dooks!" at the start of every quarter was truly inspiring. Georgia Caruana & Amanda Brisbane & Under Coaches 32 P a g e

34 A Grade Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Tanya Caruana Best & Fairest and Best in Finals Series LAURA MOON Most Consistent SERRIN GARDNER Runner Up Best & Fairest TRACEY HALL Most Improved ALLISON KONIG League Ladder Katandra 64 Rennie 52 Tungamah 50 Katamatite 40 Dookie United 30 Shepparton East 24 Katunga 20 Waaia Final Vote Count Laura Moon 60 Tracey Hall 32 Casie Beddome 30 Lyndal Hackett 23 Katie Moon 19 Sheena Waters 17 Allison Konig 10 Sophie Harmer 10 Serrin Gardner 6 Emma-Jane Schifferle 4 Ebony Gall 3 Simone Brown 2 33 P a g e

35 B Grade Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Heather Hall League Ladder Tungamah 68 Katandra 64 Waaia 52 Rennie 32 Shepparton East 32 Dookie United 22 Katunga 14 Katamatite 4 Best & Fairest JODIE FLEMING Runner Up Best & Fairest KAYLA SUTHERLAND 2013 Final Vote Count Jodie Fleming 42 Kayla Sutherland 38 Krissy Hall 32 Kate Biesiekierski 26 Fiona Doig 18 Kellie Smith 12 Maddison Schultz 11 Sheena Waters 8 Julia Hollonds 6 Alicia Waight 6 Tanya Caruana 3 Cara Myers 2 Team s Choice Coaches Award Jacinta Harrington 2 KATE BIESIEKIERSKI KELLIE SMITH Joanne Kitto 2 Hannah Reynoldson 2 34 P a g e

36 C Grade Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Jacinta Harrington Best & Fairest CARINA WALSH Runner Up Best & Fairest COURTNEY LEWIS League Ladder Tungamah 70 Katandra 62 Rennie 48 Shepparton East 40 Waaia 32 Dookie United 20 Katunga 16 Katamatite Final Vote Count Carina Walsh 39 Courtney Lewis 35 Kate Poppa 24 Laura Thomson 21 Cara Myers 20 Gretta O'Sullivan 19 Gemma Maffei 16 Kathryn D'Elia 10 Jacinta Harrington 9 Lauren Nisbet 6 Robyn Gall 5 Maddison Schultz 2 Most Consistent Best Team Player Wendy Ludeman 2 CARA MYERS KATHYRN D ELIA Ebony Gall 2 35 P a g e

37 C Reserve Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Robyn Gall League Ladder Shepparton East 64 Waaia 60 Katandra 60 Dookie United 40 Rennie 24 Tungamah 20 Katunga 12 Katamatite 8 Best & Fairest and Best in Finals Series HAYLEY TAPSCOTT Most Determined WENDY LUDEMAN Runner Up Best & Fairest NATARSHA GALL Best Team Player ELISE KING 2013 Final Vote Count Hayley Tapscott 54 Natarsha Gall 40 Wendy Ludeman 27 B'ashae Begley 22 Olivia Halsall 20 Vicki Scott 13 Francine Cundari 11 Elise King 8 Robyn Gall 6 Katrina Holland 5 Stacey Kitto 4 36 P a g e

38 17 & Under Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Jodie Fleming League Ladder Waaia 64 Tungamah 60 Katunga 58 Katandra 44 Dookie United 43 Rennie 40 Shepparton East 30 Katamatite 18 Best & Fairest and Best in Finals Series SOPHIE HARMER Runner Up Best & Fairest HANNAH REYNOLDSON 2013 Final Vote Count Sophie Harmer 74 Hannah Reynoldson 35 Ebony Gall 30 Emily McNiece 19 Georgia Caruana 17 Lilli Bathman 16 Lily Innes-Irons 13 Julia Kildey 6 Rachael Graham 5 Most Determined LILLI BATHMAN Best Team Player RACHAEL GRAHAM 37 P a g e

39 15 & Under Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Serrin Gardner Best & Fairest REBECCA SINCLAIR Most Improved KIRBY SUTHERLAND Runner Up Best & Fairest JULIA TALLIS Most Versatile JORDYN SQUIRE League Ladder Shepparton East 72 Waaia 51 Katunga 50 Tungamah 49 Katandra 48 Rennie 36 Katamatite 34 Dookie United Final Vote Count Rebecca Sinclair 73 Julia Tallis 40 Molly Freeman 32 Chloe Sutherland 22 Louise Dean 10 Chloe Telford 7 Lily Rogers 6 Jordyn Squire 6 Kirby Sutherland 4 Lexie Kildey 3 Daisy Bowmaker 1 38 P a g e

40 13 & Under Vote Count and Award Winners Coach: Renee Wills Best & Fairest LEXIE KILDEY Runner Up Best & Fairest JESSICA McNIECE League Ladder Tungamah 72 Katandra 63 Waaia 53 Dookie United 46 Shepparton East 44 Katamatite 30 Rennie 25 Katunga Final Vote Count Lexie Kildey 64 Jessica McNiece 51 Eloise Caruana 37 Jessica Telford 12 Daisy Bowmaker 9 Jaimee Squire 9 Jacqueline Dean 6 Amelia Lucattini 6 Nicole Waters 5 Most Improved Best All Round Player Ella Hayes 4 NICOLE WATERS DAISY BOWMAKER Abbey Rogers 1 Best in Finals Series ELOISE CARUANA 39 P a g e

41 11 & Under Award Winners Coaches: Georgia Caruana & Amanda Brisbane Most Improved CATHERINE BOYD Most Determined CHLOE HARMER Most Consistent ABBEY ROGERS Coaches Award MADELINE FLEMING 40 P a g e

42 Picola Netball Association 2013 Season South East Division Vote Tally A Grade 17 & Under Rebecca DUDGEON Katandra 34 Sophie HARMER Dookie United 25 Laura MOON Dookie United 24 Amy BROOKS Waaia 23 Cassia SAUNDERS Katamatite 22 Kristy EDDY Katunga 22 Meagan HARVEY Tungamah 20 Ashleigh JORGENSEN Waaia 20 Melissa HALL Katunga 19 Greta SMALL Katunga 20 Paula MIFKA Rennie 19 Emma FERGUSON Rennie 18 Tanya CLOHESY Shepparton East 18 Ebony GALL Dookie United 16 Aimee SIDEBOTTOM Katandra 18 Sarah NUNN Tungamah 15 Sarah L BRUCE Rennie 16 Danielle BARTON Tungamah 14 Laura PULLEN Katandra 15 Quinn MCPHERSON Tungamah 14 B Grade 15 & Under Sarah JONES Tungamah 28 Georgina MCCRACKEN Katunga 30 Kimberly DUDGEON Katandra 23 Kara PATTISON Shepp East 23 Jess KEADY Waaia 19 Georgia NELSON Katandra 22 Jacinta WEST Shepparton East 19 Emma SOUTTER Rennie 22 Sarah ANDERSON Katandra 17 Jayanna SHARP Tungamah 21 Sally COSTIGAN Tungamah 16 Madison BROWN Katamatite 19 Melinda HUDSON Katandra 13 Tayla CLOHESY Shepparton East 19 Kayla STEVENSON Rennie 12 Jayde THEWLIS Katandra 18 Sue BARNES Katandra 11 Summa TRIMBY Waaia 18 Teenille SHELTON Waaia 11 Ebony HICKS Waaia 16 C Grade 13 & Under Susan BARR Katandra 30 Chelsea BATEY Katandra 35 Chelsea BAKER Waaia 21 Keeley YELLAND Tungamah 31 Lou EDIS Tungamah 18 Lexie KILDEY Dookie United 25 Rebecca CULLEN Shepparton East 17 Natalie LUKIES Katamatite 22 Felicity IRVINE Tungamah 17 Bridget SEITER Waaia 22 Deanne FRAUENFELDER Rennie 15 Alice CLUREY Katandra 20 Georgina BRENNAN Rennie 14 Amy GRIFFITHS Tungamah 17 Alison GLOVER Tungamah 13 Eloise CARUANA Dookie United 16 Rosie HEATHER Tungamah 13 Jessica MCNIECE Dookie United 15 C Reserve Meaghan DOOLING Shepparton East 32 Jenna CONNALLY Waaia 21 Christina BUDA Shepparton East 19 Lisa PEACHEY Tungamah 17 Hayley TAPSCOTT Dookie United 17 Amy MASTERS Katunga 16 Naomi HOPKINS Waaia 15 Melissa FASSBENDER Katandra 14 PDFNL A Grade Runner Up B&F LAURA MOON PDFNL 17 & Under Best & Fairest SOPHIE HARMER 41 P a g e

43 2013 Player Milestones 50 Junior Games Player Milestones Catherine Boyd 150 Junior Games 150 Junior Games Madeline Fleming Rachael Graham Chloe Harmer Lily Innes-Irons Julia Kildey Lexie Kildey Amelia Lucattini Abbey Rogers Lilly Rogers Ebony Gall Sophie Harmer Jaimee Squire Jordyn Squire 100 Club Games 200 Senior Games 50 Senior Games Jodie Fleming Tracey Hall Olivia Halsall Cara Myers Sheena Waters 50 Club Games Kate Poppa Allison Konig Lyndal Hackett 100 Club Games 150 Club Games 150 Club Games Tracey Hall Natarsha Gall Kristina Hall 42 P a g e

44 Club Awards Honorary Life Member Best Club Member President s Award Megan O Connor Patrick McMullan Alida Kildey Picola & District Football Netball League Awards & Under Best & Fairest Sophie Harmer 2013 A Grade Runner Up Best & Fairest Laura Moon 2013 Senior Coach of the Year Matthew Maddison 2013 Most Valuable Player voted by Opposition Teams Patrick McMullan 2013 Rising Star Recipient Angus Sinclair Social Committee We thank our great social committee, Lyndal, Kayla, Alli and Katie, for organizing some great functions throughout the 2013 season. Club Photographers THANK YOU Andrew Fleming and Brian Harrington for capturing all our memorable moments throughout the 2013 season! Thank You To our members, volunteers and Dookie Community; thank you for your support this season and we look forward to another successful season in P a g e

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