Hurlstone Park Wanderers are a community club, that promotes playing football in an inclusive, diverse and safe environment with respect for opponents, officials, and for the love of the game.
‘Volunteer’ – the club is now over 1400 players in size, we have over 80 competitive teams and we need more volunteers.
Even for a few hours on a Saturday or Sunday, every bit helps and reduces the load on the committee.
Playing for Hurlstone Park means that you are part of the Hurlo Community, not a paid member where services are provided.
See the volunteer page for details.
‘Let Kids be Kids’ – our ongoing support for this national campaign that addresses poor sideline behaviour .
The behaviour of people on the sidelines of junior sport can have a profound impact on kids’ participation and enjoyment of sport.
‘Respect for Officials’ – they are only human and they make mistakes just like players and coaches do.
We currently have a 30% non-return rate of juniors who take up refereeing each year, and that is largely because they cop abuse/commentary/inappropriate behaviour.
Let’s put a stop to that.
‘Diversity and Inclusion’ – our community club supports people from all walks of life to come and enjoy their football in a safe environment.
‘Club Development Plan’ – we are 94 years young this year, and we plan to utilise our financial strength to improve our facilities at Ewen and Beaman Parks.
‘Coach Development’ – we are committed in 2018 to improve the level of all our coaches, so that they enjoy the game more, and our players continue to improve.
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