MATCH UPDATE WEEKEND 29/06/2018 to 01/07/2018

Please be advised as follows

# Bill Anderson Reserve Closed to All Training

# All Southern District Competition Matches Cancelled for this weekend.

# All State Cup Matches will proceed as scheduled

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Commissioning of Lighting on Field 2

Tuesday 26th June 2018, local State MP for Mulgoa Tanya Davies returned to Bill Anderson Reserve, Kemps Creek, accompanied on this occasion by the President of Southern Districts Soccer Football Association Andy Favalaro and Gino Marra Association Secretary.

The Club was privileged to obtain additional funding for the upgrade of Floodlights on Field Two and weather shelter for spectators on field one.

On behalf of Kemps Creek United Soccer Club , the Treasurer Michael Furfaro welcomed the MP and other official guests.  The event was supported by committee members, players, coaches and the local community.  The Club’s acknowledges the ongoing assistance and support and are extremely grateful.

“We are very appreciative of the support the Club receives from Tanya and the State Government, and sincerely thank her for taking time from her busy schedule to visit the Club,” Furfaro said.  In addition “This funding will enable us to finally complete this important project.”

Club President Ross Maiorana also welcomed the financial boost. “Every time we’ve needed some help with funds, Tanya has been able to assist. It was a pleasure showcasing our facilities and how the Club operates to everyone present.  This is a project we can now complete, and further improve the facilities at our ground,” said Maiorana.

With the commissioning of the lights we now have two fields available to train and play on in the evenings.

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COMMISSIONING OF LIGHTS ON FIELD 2

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All Teams are asked to Join the committee and special guests Tuesday 26th of June 2018 at 5:45 for a 6.00 start on this special occasion for the club.

Players are asked to be in full uniform to represent the club.

Special guests on the night:

Tanya Davies MP State Member for Mulgoa

Stuart Ayres MP State Member for Penrith & NSW Minister for Sport

Andy Favalaro President Southern Districts Soccer Football Association

Pizza will be available to all players after official ceremonies completed.

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FIELDS CLOSED 07/06/2018

Fields closed to all training. Thursday 07/06/2018.

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World Cup Trivia Night

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Come one come all.

Put your grey matter to the test.

Put a team together and Join the fun.

Watch Australia v France on the big screen

Date Saturday 16th June

Location Workers Hubertus Club 205 Adams Luddenham

Cost $159-00 per table

Tickets available by texting Karen on 0438 455 446

Prizes and competitions throughout the evening.

Dinner available at the Bistro from 5.30

 

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2018 Liverpool Council Australia Day Awards

Liverpool Mayor Wendy Waller and Australia Day Ambassador Ricardo Goncalves presented nine Australia Day Awards to local citizens at a special ceremony at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre on 26 January 2018.

The awards are presented annually to local people and groups who have made outstanding contributions to the community.

“It was a great privilege to present the Australia Day Awards with SBS News presenter Ricardo Goncalves,” said Mayor Wendy Waller.

Amongst the worthy recipients was our very own Ross Maiorana who was presented the

Sports Award –

Ross has been the President of Kemps Creek United Soccer Club since 2011.  He is also a member of the Southern Districts Soccer Football Association and is a recently accredited referee. His commitment and hard work has enabled Kemps Creek United Soccer Club to compete for qualification as Champion of Champions as well as in other major events. Ross has coordinated many improvements to the Club’s facilities, as well as obtaining grant funding and sponsorships.

The whole club and community congratulate Ross on this great achievement.IMG_20180126_104938

 

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A year of unprecedented​ success

Parents, players, friends and members of the past.
This year has been a year of unprecedented success.
Our club is very proud to announce that nine of our teams have made it to the Grand Finals!
 
The club committee acknowledges the work of all coaches, managers, parents, players and volunteers, both present and the past for our success in 2017.
We would, therefore, like to extend an invitation to members past and current to support our teams in their upcoming Grand final matches.
Details are as follows
 
• Over 35’s -Field 1 Hammondville Park -12/8- 5 pm
• All Age Male- Field 1 Hammondville Park -13/8 -3pm
• Under 14 Girls- Ernie Smith Reserve -19/8-11:30am
• Under 16 ladies- Ernie Smith Reserve -20/8-9am
• Under 12 Boys- Ernie Smith Reserve -26/8-8:30am
• Under 14 Boys-Ernie Smith Reserve -26/8-11:00am
• Under 15 Boys-Ernie Smith Reserve -26/8-12:15 pm
• Under 16’s–Ernie Smith Reserve -26/8-1:45pm
• Under 17’s -Ernie Smith Reserve -26/8-3:30pm
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LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION

On Saturday 29 July 2017, local State MP for Mulgoa Tanya Davies was again a welcomed visitor to Bill Anderson Reserve, Kemps Creek, accompanied on this occasion by the NSW Minister for Sport and neighbouring MP for Penrith, Stuart Ayres.

The Club was privileged to again obtain more funding for the upgrade of the Floodlighting on Field Two. Club Treasurer Michael Furfaro was on hand to greet the MPs and together with Club representatives and the Under 9s Girls team accepted the cheque for $10,000. Furfaro emphasising the Club’s gratitude to the ongoing assistance received.

“We are very appreciative of the support the Club receives from Tanya and the State Government, and sincerely thank both Ministers, Tanya and Stuart for taking time from their busy schedules to visit the Club,” Furfaro said.

“This funding will enable us to finally complete this important project,” he added.

Club President Ross Maiorana also welcomed the financial boost. “Every time we’ve needed some help with funds, Tanya has been able to assist. It was a pleasure showcasing our facilities and how the Club operates to Tanya and the Sports Minister. This is a project we can now complete, and further improve the facilities at our ground,” said Maiorana.

It is expected the new lights will be operational in time for the 2018 season.

By Robert Szoszkiewicz 

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STATE CUP A SUCCESS

Kemps Creek fielded a record six teams in this year’s State Cup. All sides performed admirably with the Under 12s finishing semi-finalists, Under 17s quarter-finalists, and the remaining teams losing in tight contests on penalties or in extra time.

The other success story was Bill Anderson Reserve being granted hosting rights for Round 2, Round 3 and Quarter-final fixtures, totally 14 games across three Sundays. Club President Ross Maiorana was upbeat when asked about his thoughts on this year’s State Cup.

“State Cup is giving opportunities for teams to compete with the best in the state. To have six teams all playing competitive football was outstanding, and to host three weekends at Bill Anderson Reserve was great for our Club and its exposure. We might be just a little Club in the sticks to some, but we can proudly say we hold our own in the playing ranks and as a football venue”, Mairorana said.

“It’s encouraging to see the hard work put in and the time invested by players, officials and parents at the Club providing positive results and outcomes like these”, he added.

 

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TIGERS ROAR IN CANBERRA

The Under 12s team became the first Kemps Creek United side to win at the Kanga Cup recently when they took out the Under 12 Shield competition in the Nation’s Capital.

It was an enduring week for the squad who played a total of 10 matches in nine days, including six at the Kanga Cup, culminating with victory in the Grand Final against local team, Weston Molonglo. After cruising to 10-1 and 6-0 wins in their opening two pool games against Gundghlin United and the International Football School respectively, their third outing saw the Tigers run halted with a 3-2 loss to Weston Molonglo.

They re-grouped to record a comprehensive 10-0 quarter-final win over Belnorth in the afternoon of their loss to book a semi-final spot against local Southern Districts side Amity FC. After a dominant 3-0 victory, Kemps Creek were afforded an opportunity to avenge their earlier loss to the locals, defeating them 2-0 in the decider to take the trophy.

It was a pleasing result not only for the players, but Coach Geoff Stanmore who has worked tirelessly with the squad for the past two seasons. “Winning isn’t everything, I’m for the development of players and their enjoyment too, but to win was a reward for the effort these boys have put in for all competitions”, Stanmore said.

“We definitely look forward to returning to Canberra next year, it was a fabulous week away”, added the Coach.

The Vince Musico lead Under 16s team also competed in the Kanga Cup this year. After a sparkling start to the tournament with two strong wins against Canberra Olympic (6-3) and Wagga City (4-0), they stumbled in their third game in two days, going down to the International Football School 2-0.

In a must win final Pool Game, the Creek thumped Broadmeadow 7-0 to advance to the knock-out phase. The current Southern Districts table topping side fell a game short bowing out to eventual champions Lindfield, 3-1 in the semi-final.image001.jpg

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