Touch Football Clubs for Kids - Dandenong North (3175)

South East Melbourne, the Melbourne Region, Victoria (VIC)

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Touch football clubs for kids - greater than 5km from Dandenong North (3175)

Pakenham Eels Rugby League Club and Touch Association
Registrations are officially opened for all grades for the 2017 NRL Victoria competition. You can register online by checking out our website and follow the prompts to register. Full fees schedule can also be found on our website There is a mandatory, non-refundable deposit of $50 payable when registering online, and as part of our system moving into 2017, you will be requested to enter your clothing sizes for shorts, shirts and socks to assist us in ordering your sizes. As part of our ...
We've been waiting for a rugby league club for so long

22-03-2016

We stumbled across this rugby league club only last week when we drove past Don Jackson Reserve. We brought ...

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Noble Park Soccer Club
Noble Park Soccer Club is a family friendly club that is large enough to offer you and your child the full soccer experience while still small enough for you to know everyone’s name. Our club has been going for 20+ years. Many people say our home grounds, located at Norman Luth Reserve, Heritage Drive, Springvale are the best in the competition. Our club was established in 1992 as a non for profit, community soccer organisation that provides opportunities for boys & girls (men and women) in ...
The Dingley Football Netball Club is a community based not-for-profit sporting body which exists both to provide an avenue for amateur sportspersons to compete in Australian Rules Football or Netball and to offer a venue for members of the community to congregate and socialise in a safe and welcoming environment. As a collective, like our mascot the dingo, we are proud, fierce, loyal and protective of our own. We are a pack, working together to achieve common goals for the benefit of all.
Dingley soccer club

19-02-2014

It's a fact sports clubs need more members!!! So you would assume that the front of house would be well trained and informative to potential members. Receptionist needs to learn some manners. Rude & ignorant. Lethal combination, recipe for failure for your club

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