Nowra needs a president

The Nowra Blues Junior AFL Club needs urgent help.

After being a junior powerhouse for AFL in the area for many years, the Nowra Blues needs assistance in the administration side of the club.

The club battled its way through 2013 with a young and depleted under 16 side. But late last year it elected a basic committee of resourceful people, with South Coast regional co-ordinator John Dyball taking over the job of administrator. 

But with the 2014 season about to start, the club needs a president.

The Blues already has a secretary, treasurer, groundsman, registrar, canteen co-ordinators and coaches.

Dyball said a person who likes to talk to people, organise events, be around a great club and offer assistance where necessary is needed right now to step up and take the reins.

“There are players, committee and coaches, but the club needs guidance now,” he said.

“The Nowra Blues juniors have been around for over two decades, so if you want to give something back to the club or the game, step up now.” 

The Blues have entered an under 12s and under 16s into the Shoalhaven juniors

for 2014.

The players are slowly getting to training and each age group should be ready for the start of the season.

The under 10s also need some more players, so if you do not want to be involved with weekend sport then this is for you.

The under 10s train on Thursday afternoons and this is followed by a game.

The under 12s are slowly getting good numbers to training, but will accept more players, including girls.

The under 16s have about 14 players who have shown interest, but need these players to start showing up for training.

All games are played Friday night, with Batemans Bay being the furthest and Bomaderry the closest.

Training for under 10s start at 4.30pm, followed by 12s and 16’s at 5pm.

If you can contribute anything to help the club please go to West Street on Thursday afternoons from 4.30pm.

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