Monthly Archives: May 2017

Team Photos: Second session this Saturday 3/6

The second session of SHFC Team Photos will take place this coming Sat 3 Jun – photo timings are below and teams are Managers are advised to have their teams ‘mustered’ and ready to go 5 mins beforehand if possible – all photos will be taken on the grass area behind the Clubhouse”
6D   7.30AM
6E   7.40AM
6I/1    7.50AM
7H/2   8.00AM
7H/3     8.10AM
7I/1      8.20AM
7I/3      8.30AM
8B        8.40AM
8C       8.50AM
7C       9.00AM
9E       9.10AM
9G      9.20AM
W6B/2       9.30AM
W6B/1      9.40AM
6G        9.50AM
W10C       10.00AM
10A        10.10AM
W8A.      10.30AM
W8B       10.40AM
11A        10.50AM
W7B      11.00AM
7F          11.10AM
14C/2      11.30AM
9B         12 NOON
9A/2       12.10PM
W16B      12.20PM
18E        12.40PM

Team Photos cancelled for Sat May 20th

Due to the likelihood of heavy rain this saturday, all team photos have been cancelled for Saturday May 20th, to avoid the need for teams gathering and waiting around in the wet.

They will now be taken on Saturday June 3rd , with a schedule to be posted as the date draws closer.

thank you                                                                                                                                                                     SHFC Committee

A-League Southern Expansion Survey

Dear Parents and Players,

Southern Expansion is a consortium that represents the Southern Region (St George, Sutherland and Illawarra) and is currently seeking inclusion in an expanded A-League and W-League competition from the 2018/2019 season.

Southern Expansion are interested to hear your thoughts on the key factors that should be considered when developing a bid for a new A-League, W-League and National Youth League franchise to represent the Southern Region from the 2018/19 Season.

Completion of the below survey will help provide such information and would be very much appreciated.

http://uk.decipherinc.com/survey/selfserve/202d/g028/170410?list=2

 

Free CPR, DEFIB & FIRST AID sessions Sutherland Shire Coaches & Managers

Free CPR, DEFIB & FIRST AID sessions

Sutherland Shire Coaches & Managers

You’re Invited!

Open to:

Coaches & Managers of various sporting codes within the Sutherland Shire

Invitation extended to interested organisation members, including players, referees or committee

 

Date & Location choice:

  1. Monday 05 June 2017 @ TRADIES Caringbah
  2. Wednesday 07 June 2017 @ TRADIES Helensburgh
  3. Thursday 08 June 2017 @ TRADIES Gymea

 

Time:

6:30pm – 9:00pm

 

Course:

Tailored CPR, DEFIB & FIRST AID session

Based on most current Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines

2.5 hours of practical, relevant, hands-on training that builds confidence & awareness to help save lives

Proudly presented by Mary Dawes, Managing Director of First Aid For You www.firstaidforyou.com.au

Home – First Aid for You

www.firstaidforyou.com.au

Our Public and Private courses ensure that you, your children and/or your employees may approach any emergency situation with awareness and confidence. Check our …

 

 

Cost:

FREE – brought to you by RESPONSE FOR LIFE proudly sponsored by TRADIES

 

Register to secure your seat at one of the 3 nights on offer:

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!  

The Club Defibrillator

THE CLUB DEFIBRILLATOR
In case of a cardiac emergency, our club has a defibrillator (pictured). 
It was donated to our club by the Marc Arcuri Foundation.
It is located just inside the entrance door to the canteen on BR2.
It is hanging at eye level on the left hand side.
If the door is locked, there is a key for the door inside a combination box which is located on the wall just to the left of the door.
The combination is 288.
In case of emergency, first call 000 and access the defibrillator.
Take and unzip the defibrillator.
Follow the written instructions.
Once the defibrillator is active, a recorded voice on the device will talk you through the instructions.
It is very simple to use.
In a cardiac emergency, use of a defibrillator combined with CPR, can raise the chances of survival by up to 80% over just CPR alone.
Hopefully , we will never need to use it.