It’s the end of the financial year and time to get your tax affairs in order. Club sponsor, Scott Partners are here to help you navigate through the tax submission process.
They have a special offer for all club members where you’ll receive $50 off the cost of processing your tax return. For more information see the details below and a link below to download and print off the offer.
Download the offer here: $50 offer for Waverley Club Members
The recent sale on hoodies and rugby tops at Just Hockey has seen us exhaust stock of the larger sizes. There are now the following stocks remaining:
– 18 x size 8
– 9 x size 10
This is all until next year’s stock comes in.
Waverley Rugby Tops:
– 3 x size 10K
– 6 x size 14K
– 3 x XS
There are no more of these on order!
There are stocks of new track suit tops and polo shirts so check these out while you are there!
279/283 Burke Rd, Glen Iris VIC 3146
Drew Ashton, former President, has held information sessions with the majority of members / parents over the last week to discuss the Club’s Strategic Priorities and the opportunity to make a financial contribution towards our Lighting Up Waverley campaign. This diagram below sets out the discussion points from those sessions. Read More
We need your help to identify additional families that have a generational association with WHC.
The Men’s Premier League team took to the Hedley Hull Field against Yarra in their first home game of the year. The club welcomed Yarra Valley led by ex-Waverley Premier League Premiership coach Zac Hawes in their first year in Victoria’s most elite competition after an extended period of absence.
From the first whistle Waverley took control of the match with wave after wave of attack seeing the Panthers create numerous goal scoring opportunities. All the build up work was rewarded with scoreboard impact seeing the boys take a strong 4-0 lead at half time.
The second half was met with a change in the weather and a change in rhythm the game. Yarra troubled Waverley and managed to find the back of the net catching the Waverley defence on the hop. As the rain poured down and the game paused for all of 2 mins as the heavens opened, it was enough for boys to recompose themselves and re-establish their ascendency on the game.
Waverley finished off the game finding the net 2 more times and running out eventual winners 6-1, a convincing first home game result.
Goals: L Steinford, J Knee, N Steffens, S Munckton, D Steffens 2