Welcome to Dayboro Dingoes

Under 12 Grand Final

10.30  AM  Maine Rd,  Clontarf against Newmarket! 

Come and support our Under 12s.

Photo & Presentation Day Sunday 15 September 9 AM - 1 PM

 

Managers and coaches Please bring team kit bags and keys for return Thank you!

 


Schedule:

9:00 AM         TEAM PHOTOS

                        All players please wear full uniform (training shirts, shorts, socks & boots)

                        Please be ready for your photos 10 minutes prior to your time slot
                        Please avoid bouncy castle until after photos are taken (to avoid sweaty, red faces in photos!)

                        Managers and coaches required for each photo (wear training or Dingoes shirt)

                        Cost of photo included in registration fee

                        Managers, please come with a list of your team and confirm names/spelling for each child on the day 

                         Photo

Schedule

                        9:00am     U6 Blue

                        9:10am     U6 Gold

                        9:20am     U7 Blue

                        9:30am     U7 Gold

                        9:40am     U7 Black

                        9:50am     U8 Blue

                        10:00am   U9 Blue

                        10:10am   U10 Blue

                        10:20am   U11 Blue

                        10:30am U12

                        10:40am U13

 

10:30am          BBQ - Gold

Coin Donation With All Funds Donated To The Drought Appeal

                        BBQ will be provided for all players, parents, siblings etc

                        A gold coin donation is requested for any items at the canteen

                        We will again donate all proceeds from the day to the Drought appeal

 

11:00am        Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Trophy Presentation

                        Reports on the progress of the club this season

                        Election of the 2020 Committee
                        All positions will be vacated - please consider volunteering for a position

                        If we don't have a committee, we don't have a soccer club for our kids!
                        The roles are not difficult and there is always lots of support from previous committee members available

                        Many hands make light work!


                        Committee Positions and Duties

                       
Trophy Presentations

                        Best and Fairest Players for each team
                        Club Most Improved Trophy
                        Club player of the Year

                        5 Year Player medals

                        President's award
                        Individual team trophies for each player

  

The day will conclude at approximately 1:00pm. Hopefully the weather does the right thing and we have a lovely day like we have had in past years.

If you have any questions regarding anything on the day, please ask. Looking forward to seeing you all there!


Best regards,

Dayboro Dingoes Committee

New Training Shirts

Our new training shirts have arrived and thank you to Scott Price for organising such great shirts this year!
All our players, coaches and committee members are wearing these fabulous shirts.  Thank you again to our wonderful sponsors who are listed on the reverse of shirts.  

Soccer  Shirts

ANZAC Day

The Dayboro Dingoes Soccer Club participated in our local ANZAC ceremony today. Rebecca & Tim placed the a beautiful wreath (made by one of our soccer mums Karen McCarthy) on behalf of our club. Anzac  Soccer

Tips to becoming the perfect football parent!

Make sure your child has a blast at game day and become the perfect football parent!   Here are 9 tips to help you along the way -

  1. Focus on your child’s efforts and performance rather than whether they win or lose. At this age children are playing football purely for fun. There is no evidence to suggest winning is a motivating factor in keeping them playing. Praise them for effort, sportsmanship and skills rather than worrying about the scoreline.
  2. Remember that children learn best by example. Appreciate good performance and skilful plays by all players. Cheer when the opposition score and clap when one of their players has a good run with the ball. Your children will notice.
  3. Volunteer at our club to show them you are engaged with their sport as much as they are. Try a committee role, coaching or see if they need help in the canteen on match days. Don’t be shy to put your hand up and help out where possible. 
  4. Parental behaviour is absolutely critical in ensuring that young players enjoy an appropriate environment in their formative years of playing football. Respect officials’ decisions and teach children to do likewise.
  5. A major focus should be on letting the children play with minimal instruction and plenty of encouragement. Let them play. It’s a game after all!
  6. Show appreciation for volunteer coaches, officials and administrators - without them, your child could not participate.
  7. Spending time with their friends is a key motivating factor for girls’ sports participation. Give them time to hang out and chat before and after games. They will enjoy the social side as much as the match – and so will you!
  8. Learn the rules so you can support your team where necessary. 
  9. Applaud players when they are substituted and let them know they will soon be back on the pitch. It will help them understand rotating players is a normal part of playing football and ensure they do not feel they have done anything wrong.
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