International Women’s Day – thank you to our female members!!

by on Mar.08, 2019, under News

Today is International Women’s Day. The club has the following female members: – 2 committee members 7 managers 300 players and countless others who act as team secretaries, treasurers, social secretaries, communication offices, social secretaries, kit persons. Without their involvement the club could not operate. The club thanks everyone of you. (If you’d like to […]

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Club In FA Social Impact Pilot

by on Mar.05, 2019, under News

YOUR HELP NEEDED PLEASE!! The Club has been selected by The FA to take part in a Social Impact pilot – we are one of only ten clubs chosen nationally. The FA is looking at how to help clubs like ours continue to thrive and be successful by being really important parts of our community. […]

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Help for Cyber-bullying

by on Mar.04, 2019, under News, Safeguarding Children

Following our recent reminder of the Club’s Social Media policy, we thought it wise to provide parents with examples of common forms of cyber-bullying. This is provided via the link below, which also gives contact details to Help 123, which is a one stop service for youth cyber wellness issues. https://www.help123.sg/cyber-bullying/common-forms-of-cyber-bullying

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Youth Committee Launched!!

by on Feb.26, 2019, under Coaching Courses, News

EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR OUR PLAYERS!! The Club has a history of developing it’s players – on an off the field. We have a Sports Leaders course fully booked for 24 of our players on April 17th at the clubhouse. We are now looking to create an exciting opportunity for High School age players to become […]

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