2018 Season Registration DayJan 12th 4:33PM
Future Magpies stars going places!Dec 20th 5:16PM
The future is bright for the young ladies at Roxburgh Park Football Club. Alana Barba, Haylea Cooke and Ashlee Howson, have been made it into the Calder Cannons Football Club Under 16’s Girls side for season 2018. We are proud of you girls and can’t wait to see your skills develop throughout the year!
This is also testament to the work put in by Wayne Capuano and his team of helpers into developing the skills the girls already posses.
Do you know any young ladies between 14 and 17 years of age looking to play AFL? Send them down to Roxburgh Park, the breeding ground for future Womens football stars!
The Roxburgh Park Football Club will take on a new look in 2018 as we have a new "Magpies Nest" under construction. The current social rooms are being demolished and are being replaced by this new $1.5M facility.
The stunning new rooms have been designed by the team at Loft Architecture and will provide a fresh new look to the club as we look for a fresh start in season 2018. The new pavilion at Lakeside Drive, houses a Social Room, Commercial Kitchen, Bar and associated amenities. The building form is derived by folding its metal clad envelope into walls and roofline as a piece of origami.
The new undercover area out the front of the rooms will ensure our supporters stay dry while watching us take it up to the rest of the Essendon District Football League Division 2 sides, and the new bar and kitchen will have serveries to allow those outside the rooms to still be served.
The new social rooms are planned to have a grand unveiling on April 28th for our first home game of the season against Keilor Park Football Club, subject to the works being completed on time.
The club would like to thank the Hume City Council for their funding of this project and all at the club who have made this possible.
Good Sports Awards 2017 - VictoriaNov 22nd 9:11AM
We are immensely proud to announce that our club is the 2017 Good SportsVictoria Club of the Year!
We want to thank all of you for helping us to create a welcoming, family friendly club environment where everyone is encouraged to participate.
Good Sports was extremely impressed by our efforts to raise awareness around social issues and our community involvement days to embrace all members of our community.
Good Sports works with clubs to help them provide safe and healthy environments for families to play sport. For more information visit www.goodsports.com.au
Let’s keep up the great work and continue to work towards being a healthier club and community.
2018 CommiteeOct 17th 3:00PM
The club are pleased to be able to announce the revised committee for season 2018. Following the 2017 season Jason Bolitho made the decision to stand aside as the President and the successful applicants were Mark Sedgwick and John Short who will share the presidency duties next season. Mark and John have a long association with the club and are looking forward to building on the success that has been achieved under Jason’s leadership. The club would like to thank Jason for his passion and drive to see Roxburgh Park succeed and we hope he enjoys coaching the Under 15s boys side next season.
Thank you also to Tracey McGill who hands over the secretary duties next season to Tracey Winmar. Thanks also to Dale Rigby and David Talintyre who are concentrating on their playing and coaching commitments respectively in 2018.
We would also like to welcome to the 2018 General Committee Harley & Vicki Short and Nick & Pam Caruso.
Co-Presidents - John Short & Mark Sedgwick
Secretary - Tracey Winmar
Treasurer - Belinda Howson
Snr Vice President - Arthur McLarty
Jnr. Vice President - Scott Prouse
The Roxburgh Park Football Club Presentation Night was held on Saturday 7th October at the Meadows and it was a great night celebrating our achievements in 2017. The list of Best and Fairest and award winners is below: