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Tax time: Our sponsor can help

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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

 

Uniform – Get it while it lasts!

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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:

Waverley Hoodies:
– 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!

LOCATION

279/283 Burke Rd, Glen Iris VIC 3146

Australian Sports Foundation

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The Waverley Hockey Club is registered with the Australian Sports Foundation to assist in maintaining our facilities at a high level. The link to the Australian Sports Foundation for tax deductible contributions is https://asf.org.au/projects/waverley-hockey-club/.

The current focus is the Lighting Up Waverley campaign, as highlighted in the below diagram which is also displayed in the Clubrooms.

Anyone who would like further information or to provide feedback is encouraged to contact Drew Ashton on 0413 433 324.

The Australian Sports Foundation Ltd. (ASF) was established by the Australian Government to assist organisations to raise funds to develop sport in Australia through public & corporate donations. Pursuant to the ASF’s listing in Division 30, section 30-90 of the Income Tax Assessment Act (1997) donations to the ASF are tax deductible.

Donors must contribute unconditionally to the ASF to claim a tax deduction, however, the ASF’s structure makes it possible for a donor to nominate a registered project as the preferred beneficiary of their gift. The Waverley Hockey Club Inc. – Facilities Fund, project no. 202026, is registered with and conducted under the charter of the ASF (ABN 27 008 613 858).

All claims are subject to being accepted by the Commissioner of Taxation. Donors who are uncertain of their position should seek their own professional advice.

Junior Umpires Needed

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Umpires are need for Friday nights & Saturday mornings to umpire junior games. You can earn cash (or request for senior volunteer points instead of payment).
Please let Ann know your availability and level of experience.
New and inexperienced umpires welcome to come along and learn (Saturday mornings U10 half filed is the best place to start).

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WPL: Come from behind victory

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Waverley welcomed Yarra Valley to the Hedley Hull field for their first home game of season 2017.  It was a big unknown as it was the first year after a long spell from the top league that Yarra returned to both Men’s and Women’s Premier League competition.

The ladies took to the pitch first and were shell shocked at half time with Yarra jumping out to a strong 2 nil lead at the break.  Half time saw coach Con D’Cruz take a calm approach with the girls, reaffirming the game plan and tweaking their approach.

As the whistle blew for the start of the second half the girls took a while to find some flow in their game. To their credit they persisted and continued to attack Yarra.  Finally after tireless work the Panthers found the net through Ally Rake Bolt, the catalyst the girls were looking for to kickstart their comeback.

Yarra again found the back of the net re-establishing their 2 goal lead and it looked all over for Waverley.  But the girls dug deep and found belief.  Lauren Head showed composure in the circle to slot Waverley’s second and kept the hope of victory alive. It wasn’t long before some nice work on the reverse by Lauren Law saw Waverley draw level with less than 10 minutes to go.

The last 10 minutes saw both teams have opportunities to break the deadlock at 3 all.  Waverley’s persistent attack saw them earn a PC, an opportunity to take the lead.  The shot was save and as the ball was cleared through the top of the circle Rachel Guy found the ball on the end of her stick, putting Waverley into the lead with a beautifully executed drag flick.

Yarra had the opportunity to draw level inside the last 4 minutes, earning a PC but the Panthers stood strong in defence and as the clock ticked down to zero a jubliant crowd enjoyed the celebrations of victory.  Final score Waverley 4-3 Yarra Valley

Goals: A Rake Bolt, L Law, L Head, R Guy.