JUNIOR FOOTY REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2020!

REGISTER WITH YOUR NEAREST CLUB FOR JUNIOR FOOTY IN 2020

Hey parents and kids – registrations are now open for the 2020 footy season!  Register your little footy stars now with your local Adelaide Hills Football Club. Our programs include:

– Auskick 5-7 years

– Modified Football 7-11 years

– Junior Football 11-17 years

Click here to head to the HFL Sporting Pulse website to find your club and take you to their website to find the relevant contact information for registration

Click here to download a poster explaing the Hills Football League Modified Football programs

NEW BUSHFIRE RELIEF FUND ESTABLISHED

NEW BUSHFIRE RELIEF FUND ESTABLISHED - PEOPLE URGED TO DONATE

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The Marshall Liberal Government has established a new emergency relief fund to help people directly affected by the devastating Cudlee Creek bushfire – pledging $1 million to kick-start the donation drive.

The Hills Football League (HFL) Community fully supports and encourages our people to give generously to the South Australia Cudlee Creek Fire Appeal.

The State Emergency Relief Fund {SERF) has been activated following a formal declaration, of the Cudlee Creek fire as a declared emergency by the Governor of SA late yesterday.

The fund will be managed by a committee, comprised of four State Government employees and one community member, who will ensure public donations are distributed appropriately and fairly.

The HFL fully supports the State Government Initiative which builds on the outpouring of community support which has already occurred.

“The Government is pleased to be able to provide $1 million to kick-start the relief fund, which will go some way in helping our Hills communities start rebuilding their lives,” said Premier Marshall.

“The HFL acknowledges our Hills Community always gives generously in tough times and we’re encouraging South Australian Hills Businesses and Community members to consider making a donation.  “Every little bit helps – no matter how big or small. The loss of property and land across the Hills region has been immense and in the coming months, the community can use financial donations to help rebuild and get back on their feet.”

Donations

There are four ways to donate to the State Emergency Relief Fund (SERF):

– Electronic funds transfer to the State Emergency Relief Fund, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, BSB 065 266, Account 10020160. Description must state ‘donation’.

– Credit card – visit the State Emergency Relief Fund BPoint payment website at bpoint.com.au/payments/serf or dial 1300 276 468 (1300 BPOINT) and enter biller code 1002359

– Cash – go into any branch of the Commonwealth Bank and donate over the counter giving the details: BSB 065 266, Account 10020160

– Cheque – send to State Emergency Relief Fund, Donations, QA Finance, GPO Box 292, Adelaide SA 5001

Alternatively, the following website is a direct link to this information, and a link to directly donate to the State Emergency Relief Fund if that would be easier for the HFL website: https://www.sa.gov.au/donate

ONGOING HFL SUPPORT

The HFL will be announcing further initiatives in support of the bushfire recovery throughout 2020.  

New HFL Board of Directors for 2020!

The HFL AGM was held last night. The following members will form the Board of Directors for 2020:
 
Don Cranwell, President
Peter Munn, Vice President
John O’Dea
Robert Shearwood
Peter O’Shaughnessy
Matt Lynn
Belinda Marsh
Owen Lamshed
 
We wish outgoing Board Members Malcolm Williams, Harry Nunan and Travis Lynn all the best and thank them for their dedication to the HFL.