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2005 Club Diary

posted Mar 2, 2010, 5:43 AM by Vaughan Castine

Bunbury Seven's

Congratulations to both the mens and the ladies teams who competed in Bunbury at the end of February.

The competition was outstanding with all clubs fielding strong teams. The men put in a great effort in hot conditions and the women were once again victorious. Jane Padgett received player of the competition.

Congratulations to Eoin and Sarah

Eoin and Sarah gave birth to their son, Jack Phillip Carberry on the 21st February 2005.

Pre-season Game Sunday 10th April

The guys went down by 9 points to Finbarrs in a pre-season scratch match on Sunday 10th April 2005. A good showing for early in the season...

Father Kelly Cup

The guys had a comfortable win against Southern Districts on Sunday 17th April, then bowed out of the competition the following week after an 8 point loss to Morley.


The women narrowly missed the finals... requiring a 10 point win in their second game they fell 3 points short.

1st May 2005 (vs Southern Districts)

Both teams had comfortable wins against Southern Districts. The guys won 3-16 (25) to 2-4 (10). The women were to coy to tell us their score.

New Sponsor - The Mighty Quinn

The committee is happy to announce that The Mighty Quinn will be joining us as our sponsor for 2005, and hopefully beyond.

The Mighty Quinn
112 Wanneroo Rd (Corner of Lawley Street)
TUART HILL WA 6060
Ph: 08 9349 9600
Fax: 08 9349 9177
Map available from whereis.com.au

A big thanks to Bill and Bob, who we will get to know well over the year.


7th May 2005

A great social night out was had at the Mighty Quinn on 7th May 2005. Those who ate - ate well, those who drank did the same.

Congratulations to Nat and Victoria

Nathan and Victoria gave birth to their daughter Rosa Kate on Monday 9th April 2005.

15th May 2005

Both teams had a win against the Western Shamrocks; the girls won comfortably whilst the guys fought off a late surge by the opposition to retain victory.

Dave won man of the match in the guys game.

22nd May 2005

Both teams had comfortable wins against Morley.

The men won 2-10 (16) to 0-5 (5). Dan and Matt shut Morley down across the center setting up the win... this earned Dan man of the match....

Nobody seems to recall the womens score apart from describing it as a "mauling".


29th May 2005

The guys led for the first 10 minutes of the game against St Finbars, but Finbars showed they wanted the ball and the win more. The final score Greenwood 1-9 (12) went down to Finbars 3-15 (24). Matt did a great job across the middle of the ground earning the fairest and best for the day.

The girls won convincingly 5-13 (28) to 0-2 (2).

5th June 2005

Well, I didn't get to see all the Womens game but with the final score 5-22 (37) to 0-0 (0) there is little doubt that the Women are serious about aiming for a 5th year as champions. We just have to hope that the backline doesn't get too bored.

The guys also managed a win against Southern Districts 3-17 (26) to 0-3 (3). Rory was winning the low ball all over the ground and well deserved the Fairest and Best award.

GAA World Cup Fund Raiser

The Gaelic Athletic Association of Australasia is holding a fundraiser to help send the teams to the 2005 World Cup.

Saturday 23rd July 2005 at the Irish Club (61 Townshend Street, Subiaco)
Commencing at 7:00pm

Cost $20 per ticket. This includes four $5 drink vouchers.

See Lydia, Jane, Renae or Pia for tickets or more details.

Fundraising Quiz Night

One of Greenwoods major fund raising activity for the year is planned for Saturday 16th July.

Come along to our quiz night at the Mighty Quinn Tavern from 17:45. Bring yourself, your friends and your family... be prepared to have a laugh, a drink, win some prizes and maybe answer some questions.

Tickets are $8 if bought in advance or $10 at the door.
Tables of 6 to 8.

Anyone able to assist with sponsorship or prizes for the evening please contact Chris (chris.collins@ozemail.com.au) or Vaughan (vaughan@castinet.com.au). All sponsors will be noted on the night as well as on the club website.

Quiz Night Success

Well the first major fund-raiser for the year is now over. From all accounts those that attended had a great time and every table managed to snare a bargain in the Silent Auctions or pick up some prizes during the evening.

The final tally was $1,116.60 raised for the club. Many thanks to all our sponsors who enabled us to exceed our expectations for the evening. Please show our sponsors support... keep their businesses strong so that they can help us again next year.


GAA End of Season Dinner

The Gaelic Athletic Football Association is holding an End of Season Dinner

Saturday 3rd Septemeber 7:30PM

$40 a ticket - includes 3 course meal

Upstairs at Cheers Bar and Grill, Albany Highway, Victoria Park

The night will consist of:
  • Presentation of State Teams
  • Awards, including Mens and Ladies Fairest and Best
  • Presidents address


Tickets must be purchased before 28th August.

To obtain tickets contact Margaret on 0416 141 504 or by emailing keaymargaret@yahoo.com.au


GGFC End of Season Dinner

The End of Season Wind-up for Greenwood Gaelic Football Club has been planned for Saturday 15th October from 19:30 at the Mighty Quinn Tavern.

$20 a head - includes dinner and limited drinks.

Contact Pearse, Lydia (lydia@pc.wa.edu.au) or Vaughan (vaughan@castinet.com.au) to confirm your attendance by 30th September.

Girls make it 5 in a row

For the 5th year running the Women have won both the league an ths MNA Cup. Congratulations!!!

Club Archival Photos Added

Thanks to Pearse we have been able to obtain a range of photos from the history of the club. These have been posted in a number of albums sorted by decade. Take a look in the archive gallery.

Update Since Season 2005 Finished

Since the local 2005 season ended so much has occurred.
  • GAA Awards
    • Renae Cambell won the Women's League Fairest and Best
    • Rory Kerr was runner up for the Men's League Fairest and Best and won the Young Player of the year award.
  • State Team: Greenwood were strongly represnted in the Womens and Minors State Teams

    MinorsWomen
    Daniel Cost
    Cameron Alen
    Glen Jones
    Rory Kerr
    Ben Smith
    Ben Wilkinson
    Gemma DeKnock (Captain)
    Sam Abrahams
    Lisa Ammoscato
    Renae Campbell
    Venne Macleay
    Lydia Padgett
    Jane Padgett
    Emma Pender
    Linda Towill
    Kelly Tyrrell
    Made the final
    Lost to Adelaide
    Won the final
    Beat Queensland 3-7 (16) to 2-7 (13)

  • Australasian Team
    • The Australasian team played in the World Cup in Ireland and won, defeating England in the final. Greenwood Women were represented by:
      Renae Campbell (Captain)
      Pia Kilburn
      Lydia Padgett
      Jane Padgett

Greenwood players selected into the Australasian teams for next year:

MinorsWomen
Rory KerrGemma DeKnock
Renae Campbell
Lydia Padgett


End of Year Dinner

The End of Year function was held at the Mighty Quinn on the 16th October. Photos from the night are available in the photo gallery.

Special thanks to our coaches for their efforts during the year, and congratulations to the award winners that were announced on the night.


MensLadies
CoachPearse KerrRenae Cambell
Fairest & BestRory KerrLydia Padgett
Runner UpFergus SweeneyRenae Cambell
Most ImprovedBryce ParryMarieke Johnson
Coaches AwardVaughan CastineLisa Ammoscato
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