Tinonee Soccer Club Awarded Newcastle Permanent Club of the Month Award

May 31st, 2017

Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Tinonee Soccer Club, from Football Mid North Coast as Newcastle Permanent Club of the Month Winner for April 2017.

Tinonee Soccer Club was awarded as the winner of the Newcastle Permanent Club of the Month Award due to its significant contribution to the local community through improving their facility to enhance their players experience at the club as well as they have worked hard in conducting coaching courses for grassroots and referees for not only their club but for other clubs too.

The club has also made a strong commitment to having all coaches and managers complete an ALDI MiniRoos Grassroots Certificate, to have all volunteers registered and having the club complied under the Working With Children’s Check.

“Tinonee Soccer Club has made a significant and valuable contribution to the local community through its successful implementation of not only improving their facility but enhancing the football experience for all participants including the coaches, volunteers, managers and most importantly members of the community,” NNSWF Community Football Manager Peter Haynes commented.

“We applaud the efforts of Tinonee Soccer Club’s Committee, coaches and players which demonstrate that community is integral to the club’s ethos,” Haynes concluded.

Newcastle Permanent Forster and Taree Lending Manager, Craig Fuller echoed Haynes’ sentiments and is pleased a local Mid North Coast club has been rewarded for its efforts.

“It is great to see clubs going the extra mile to give back to their local community and we are delighted we are able to provide those opportunities through our support of Community Football across Northern NSW,” Fuller said.

Tinonee Soccer Club will receive a $250 First Touch Football Supplies gift voucher thanks to Newcastle Permanent that will allow the club to purchase new equipment to continue its efforts in growing the game in the Region.

The Newcastle Permanent Playmaker Award recognises clubs for contribution to football on and off the playing field across areas including football experience, club activities, coach, volunteer management and special projects.

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