Indoor Netball Centres for Kids - Bittern (3918)

the Mornington Peninsula, the Melbourne Region, Victoria (VIC)

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Absolute Soccer
Absolute Soccer is a leading provider of soccer coaching programs for kids aged 6-14. We specialise is soccer holiday camps and deliver a program that focus's firstly on FUN as we believe passionately that this is how kids learn and develop. The soccer coaching provided by Absolute Soccer is delivered by elite coaches led by Nathan Peel. Nathan played elite level soccer in England and coached at EPL side Burnley FC before moving to Australia and establishing Absolute Soccer. Although we are a team ...
Formed in 1967, the Southern Peninsula Basketball Association had humble beginnings at the Red Hill Show Grounds. Originally, our association was called the Southern Peninsula Men's Basketball Club. As the names suggests, the club was conceived by a group of young men wanting to play basketball without having to travel for miles to town. Our first official club President was Bill Dickson and a long line of great people have followed in his footsteps over the next 40 years.
Mt Eliza Soccer Club
The Mount Eliza Soccer Club is a not-for profit family orientated, community club run by its members. Through our volunteer coaches we aim to provide all junior players with an introduction to sport that will teach them the virtues of sport and impart them with a lifelong enjoyment of sport and soccer specifically. We aim to develop our members to be humble in victory and optimistic in defeat and to provide the environment and resources for all players to develop and improve, making the most of ...
No coach or manager

23-03-2016

Disappointing approach to running a soccer club - start the season with no coach or manager with numbers dwindling week by week in certain teams with no solution being offered by the club other than parents pay extra above fees. Doesn't feel that the children are being catered for first and foremost

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