Author Archive: Herman Bogers
Come and Try Day
The BDSA are thrilled to announce a female come and try day on Saturday 25th Feb 2017 at Morshead Park, 10.00-2.00pm.
All players welcome and encouraged to bring a friend. Players from Eureka Strikers State League 1 and BDSA Div 1 will be in attendance.
Free BBQ for players.
Pre registration commences at 9.00am.
Season kicks off with matches at Morshead Park Arena Pitch
Season 2017 opens with two senior matches on Friday the 31st March 2017.
Followed on the 2nd of April with a Senior and Women’s match on the Arena Pitch at Morshead Park.
We are excited about the inclusion of Maryborough and welcome new teams to the competition. Clubs are reporting strong interest in all age groups.
Mini Roos Coaching Course 2017
BDSA are excited to announce that two coaching sessions will be run by FFV on the following dates.
MiniRoos Certificate (18th Feb) , MHP 10.00am-1.00pm.
Register at: https://education-ffa.sportingpulse.com/event.asp?EIDMC=9202092&MenuID=%2f17038%2f0
MiniRoos Certificate (11th Mar) , MHP 10.00am-1.00pm.
Register at: https://education-ffa.sportingpulse.com/event.asp?EIDMC=9802098&MenuID=%2f17038%2f0
These courses are free to attend and are open to any one interested in coaching mini roos in 2017.
One budding Ballarat soccer player will get the opportunity of a lifetime to attend a week training academy at Celtic Football Club when the Scottish club visits Ballarat in April.
The chosen player will get a chance to train at the elite facilities and showcase their talent to the Celtic coaching staff – an opportunity that could provide the pathway to the next level of soccer.
The training academy will be open to boys and girls of all abilities from ages 7-18 while local coaches will also get an insight into the elite minds of the Celtic coaches in the coach-the-coach session.
Ballarat was hand-picked by the Regan Milstein Foundation (RMF), an organisation dedicated to providing children extra opportunities in sport, to host one of the academies. For more info click on image:
The Mini Roo’s are booming off this season with more and more teams being added every week.
This “just for fun” event is getting in more potential superstars then we expected, clubs are telling us how more and more parents want their children to play in these, and why wouldn’t they? It’s a very fun way for the kids to get exercise, get out of the house and away from the electronics, to make new friends or even just to bond with their current friends!
The Mini Roo’s shall be playing at “Russell Square” this week if you are interested to go down and check them out!