Peninsula Swans Post-Season Review

Peninsula Swans had a great 2019 season, with similar numbers to 2018. A season highlight was the support we received for our ‘Pink Socks’ McGrath Foundation Fundraiser. The Swans, together with Saratoga Hawks, raised $1000, an awesome effort. It is the second year we have run the fundraiser and we hope to go bigger and better in 2020.

Best and Fairest Awards

Mary Gemmell – Winner
Yillen Clement – Runners Up

Austen Cattley – Winner
Lachlan Park – Runners Up

Nash Fullwood and Riley Atherton – Winners

Other Club Medal Winners
Yillen Clement – Player of the Year

Achievement Award winners
U9’s Patrick Crowdy
U11’s Lachlan Prince
U13’s Yillen Clement

Rep Players 2019
Alec Williamson
Ben Willoughby

Lachlan Park
Aiden Roese

Central Coast Academy of sport program 2019
Austen Cattley

Thanks to the many local businesses that support the Peninsula Swans in 2019, your support is greatly appreciated.

Volunteer Spotlight
This year the Swans were fortunate enough to have Paul Sharpe from Umina Beach Surf Lifesaving club, volunteer as our Firts Aid and ERC at all home games. It is such an important role and were so appreciative to have Paul and his team help us out in their off-season.

All the parents that volunteered this year and helped on game days. Runners, goal umpires, canteen and BBQ helpers. Thank you!!

Auskick parents that made Auskick such a successful season this year, we’re looking forward to the 2020 season.

We hosted a final at Rogers Park – a big thanks to all the committee and the parents that helped pull off a successful day.

And in 2020, the successful running of the canteen and BBQ, a big thanks to Belinda and Simmo for making it so successful.