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Season 2020 Registration Booklet and Information

Return to Training Update--29th May

The club would like to thank the senior men’s and ladies teams for their compliance and positive attitute to the current restrictions this week. This has enabled us to announce the Return to Training of the All Abilities, Juniors and MiniRoos from Monday 1st June. (The All Abilities and MiniRoos return date has been brought forward). It will not be a return to normal but getting closer to it. More details of conditions of expectations on the nights will follow over the weekend.

Timetable for next week will be;
Tuesday & Thursday 5.30 to 6.30 Junior Training (12-17)
Tuesday & Thursday 6.30 to 7.30 Senior Training
Wednesday 5.30 to 6.30 All Abilities & MiniRoos (8-11)
The Under 15’s will train on Tuesday only and will commence at 5pm.
Little Rangers training is on hold at this time.

The club is grateful for everyone’s patience and looking forward to seeing the place buzzing again

Return to Training Protocols

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Return to Training Update

Return to Training Update
We now have council approval to start to commence a return to training at the club. Training will look different will multiple restrictions in place. Due to these restrictions, we are unable to have the club to fully return all at once, and there will be a staggered return over the next 2-3 weeks. Next week on Tuesday and Thursday, both the senior men's and woman teams will return for training. The players will be fully informed of restrictions and expected behaviours. These documents will be released over the weekend and posted on all our sites. They will be in line with the FFV return to training guidelines. We are hoping for a change in restrictions around 1st June which will make it easier for all other teams to return to their normal times, if not alternative days/times will follow. We are expecting the Juniors (12-15) will return week of 1st June, and MiniRoos (8-11) the following week.
We appreciate your patience with all of this, the return is still along way from being back to normal.

Return to Training Update

Hi Everyone,
We are currently working through the return to training conditions released on Friday. They are comprehensive and will require the total cooperation of every club member (and parents) with its implementation.
Firstly, the council have to approve permission for us to recommence, and contact has been made.
We appreciate your patience with this, and updates will follow when a concrete plan is in place.
Please familialise yourselves with the document from FFV which w...ill help with a smoother transition to normality.
Many Thanks

Michelle Beaumont

Michelle

It is with sadness that we inform the club of the passing of Michelle Beaumont 08/05/2020

Michelle was a strong supporter of the club for many years, holding the positions of player, coach, committee member, secretary & archivist.

Our love & sympathy goes out to Peter, Brad & Sarah on their loss

Update 30th March 2020

Hi to all our football Family,
Although there is a review set for middle of April, we are sure this will be extended out, possibly to the end of season. If this is the case, we will be looking at other options available to us to get some football back into our calendar. We are frustrated as you that there is no football or training, but for the health and well-being of you all, is our first and only concern at this time.
Our decisions are made in conjunction with advice from FFA/FFV which provide regular updates. Please follow them or check out their websites.
Also you should checking out https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/ for up to date health information
There are some kids websites for ideas to keep busy. This is one, and others can be shared.
https://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/19-awesome-ideas-for-keeping-kids-busy-over-the-holidays.html

At this time, stay safe, stay at home as much as possible, stay fit and well

Soccer Training Suspended 17th March 2020

Soccer Training Update
Please note that all soccer training has been suspended until further notice.
This decision has not been taken lightly, and is in line of the FFA/FFV reassessing their position. In all of the this, our thoughts and actions are for the well-being our soccer community and beyond.
We will give you regular updates as they come to hand.
Any queries to secretary@mitchellrangers.com.au

Training Update 16th March 2020

Mitchell Rangers have been following the advice and lead from FFV/FFA in the evolving Coronavirus situation.
In regards to training this week, we will be continuing until advised otherwise.
We ask that anyone attending the club, must be well and not experiencing flu like or respiratory symptoms. This includes fever or sore throat.
We will update you on any changes that may come to hand.
We thank you for your cooperation and understanding of this constantly changing situation....
For any queries, please contact secretary@mitchellrangers.org.au

2019 Annual General Meeting

The 2019 Annual general Meeting was held on Wednesday, 23rd October 2019.


Please click here to read a copy of the minutes.

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Lighting Project Update

The lights are in & working. Yaaayyy!!!

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Rangers grow girls' game (An article in the North Central Review)

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By Jackson Russell

As the FIFA Women’s World Cup reaches its crescendo, Mitchell Rangers Soccer Club is hoping to grow female participation in the world game and received a $3000 grant from VicHealth to help do so.

The club introduced its first junior girls team this season after reintroducing its senior women’s team two years ago.

Mitchell Rangers Soccer Club president Mark Williams said the under 10 girls’ team was playing well but the main success was that they were all enjoying it.

“That’s all you want to do, create that sort of atmosphere and environment. When you’ve got 10 and 11-year-old girls, you want them to come along and enjoy themselves,” he said.

To help grow the club and allow it to introduce more teams across all genders and ages, the club used the grant to buy new portable goals.

“If people hear there’s a girls’ team and hear they’re enjoying themselves and know we’ve got the equipment to boot, hopefully it’s just a matter of time before other girls start coming,” Williams said.

The club hopes to field a second girls’ team next season so players aged eight to 11 have somewhere to play.

“The more girls we get, we can get another team because some girls just don’t want to play with boys and some do. Club policy will now be if there’s a team in your age group, you’re in,” Williams said.

The end goal for the club is to have girls’ teams all the way through the junior ranks feeding straight into the women’s side.

The women’s side has improved after a tough start to the season, winning their past two games.

A last-minute winner gave the Rangers and 7-6 win over Darebin Falcons and they followed up with a 3-0 win over Melbourne University – their first clean sheet of the season.

Williams said the club welcomed new players all year round and was the only club between Craigieburn and Shepparton.

“I say that so many times that we’re the only club in the shire so I assume everybody else knows but they don’t and it’s unfortunate they don’t,” he said.

“We’re an outpost, if you like but we’ve been here for a few years and I don’t think we’re going to go anywhere.”

Our Mighty All Abilities Team

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A relaxed, rural setting for our club rooms in Broadford

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MRSC Support Program

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Click here to see how you can be part of the MRSC Support Program - Where our members are encouraged to support those businesses that support us.

For a small donation of $600.00 you can take part in this exciting program for 2019.

Our Little Rangers battling the wet & cold

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New aluminium goals

With huge thanks to Wallara Waters, The Top Pub, Metro Trains, and Trackside we have been able to buy 2

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 sets of portable aluminium goals for our Under 10's and Under 11's. The new goals are on wheels so they are easy to move around, strong so the top bar wont sag, and will last the club for many years. Again, thank you to our sponsors Wallara Waters, The Top Pub, Metro Trains and Trackside.

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