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The Juice June 2019 Edition Barossa United Junior Soccer Club

In this Issue of the Juice:

  • BUJSC Family Members
  • Quiz Night
  • Beyond Blue Fundraising Cake Stall a great success
  • Around the Grounds
  • Thanks for your support
  • Contact Us

BUJSC Family Members

This month for the Juice club newsletter we wanted to have a chat to the families within the club who have both parents and children playing in teams for BUJSC.

Alex & Lincoln Worrall

Alex and his son, Lincoln.
How long have you each been playing soccer?

Alex: I've been playing soccer since I was very young. This will be my 31st year playing soccer!

Lincoln: This is my first season playing soccer and i'm in the Under 6's.

What are your fondest memories of playing soccer?

Alex: Playing in the same team as my brothers and winning the league with Tea Tree Gully soccer club.

Lincoln: Getting my first goal on the weekend with my team

What is it that you each enjoy about soccer?

Alex: I like being at a club with good blokes like those at Barossa United and enjoy having a laugh with everyone. The exercise and keeping a 'little bit' fit is always good!

Lincoln: Having fun with my teammates. Having Dad as my coach.

What positions do you play in and what positions do you prefer the most?

Alex: Currently play in central midfield and I prefer to play in attacking positions. I played a lot in defence growing up.

Lincoln: I like playing in goals! We play in different positions all the time so that we can try them all out. I like playing in goals though because you get the most rest.

Where do you see yourself and soccer in the future?

Alex: I would like to keep playing for as long as I can and I should be able to for a while yet. Being co-coach of the Under 6's has been great and I would like to continue coaching Lincoln's teams as he keeps playing.

Michael & Thomas Schild

Michael and his son, Thomas.
How long have you each been playing soccer?

Thomas: 2 years

Michael: On and off over the last 28 years.

What are your fondest memories of playing soccer?

Thomas: Playing my first game, kicking my first goal and having fun with my friends.

Michael: Playing with mates as a junior in the rain and hail in the Adelaide Hills league. Also playing for UNISA in Adelaide, where I played with guys from all over the world, representing good times with a great bunch of blokes and a great learning experience about why soccer is the world game. Lastly a day out I had against Flinders Uni scoring 9 goals in a game.

What is it that you each enjoy about soccer?

Thomas: Playing in different positions and learning different skills with my team mates.

Michael: I enjoy the team aspect, the technical skill and being able to go out and have a kick with mates.

What positions do you play in and what positions do you prefer the most?

Thomas: All positions and my favourite position is midfield.

Michael: I started in the juniors as a left winger and have played pretty everywhere as a striker, defender and midfielder, now that I am getting a bit older I currently play centre back or sweeper.

Where do you see yourself and soccer in the future?

Thomas: Keep playing and improving my skills.

Michael: I really enjoy having a positive impact on the players I coach, so I see myself continuing to be involved in coaching and helping to grow the club.

Suzanne, Ebony, Joel and Noah Halman

How long have you each been playing soccer?

Suzanne: This is my 3rd season

Joel: This is my 15th season – all with Barossa United

Ebony: This is my 10th season

Noah: 3rd season plus a program for preschoolers run when I was 4 (and playing on the sidelines since I could crawl)

What are your fondest memories of playing soccer?

Suzanne: Getting to run on the park with my friends, and occasionally even with my daughter.

Joel: Getting to the Challenge Cup semi-final and Runners-up for the championship. We had a team which stuck together for years under the great Grant Bell. I also remember playing the first ever under-lights home game (I think) my memory says we won against the odds.

Ebony: Playing night games. I remember beating Elizabeth Downs in the rain, despite their bad attitude – our team played brilliantly. I also enjoy winning against the other Barossa team.

Noah: My first goal was great!

What is it that you each enjoy about soccer?

Suzanne: It is great to be part of a team sport. The club is really accepting of all people and all abilities. We have fun and we enjoy it when we succeed. It is a great feeling.

Joel: I enjoy the physicality and exercise. I enjoy being part of a team, especially when we share success together.

Ebony: I enjoy the supportive team environment. We are great mates and I get to play with my friends. I enjoy being able to run around and be part of a team. I have made great friends through soccer.

Noah: That I get to run around, kick the ball and sometimes kick goals. I like being with my friends.

What positions do you play in and what positions do you prefer the most?

Suzanne: I normally play either upfront, or in midfield. I am just as happy to play either.

Joel: Centre defence or centre midfield

Ebony: I usually play defence. My favourite position is centre defence.

Noah: I play in all positions, I prefer midfield or striker.

Where do you see yourself and soccer in the future?

Suzanne: I am in it for the fun and camaraderie. I started the game later than most people would, I guess – who knows?

Joel: I love the game of soccer. Wherever life takes me, I hope soccer is a part of it.

Ebony: I would love to keep playing soccer. Playing professionally would be amazing. If I played until I am my mum’s age….well I guess I have a fair few years to go!

Noah: I want to keep playing for Barossa United.

Save the date: QUIZ NIGHT 2019

The Quiz Night is on! Mark Saturday 20th July down, get your table of 10 together and come along and enjoy this fun filled night. Your Team Manager will be in touch shortly as each team is allocated something to donate to help make up door and raffle prizes and goodies for the silent auction.

BUJSC QUIZ NIGHT - The 80's

Date: 20th July 2019

Venue: Angaston Town Hall

When: Doors open at 6pm for pizza, and a 7pm start.

Cost: $10 per person

Food: The Amazing Barossa Valley Pizza Company will be selling their pizzas for $20.

Theme: 80s - yes we remember the leg warmers, the scrunchies and the perm!

This event is our main fundraising event for the year so your support is greatly appreciated.

For further information please contact one of the Fundraising Committee Members:

Damien Geyer damien.geyer@eldersrealestate.com.au / 0439 103 925

Lisa Portlock merchandise@barossaunited.com.au / 0412 326 958

Kellie Thomas enhancedability@yahoo.com.au / 0412 195 349

Beyond Blue Coast Trek Cake Stall

Last weekend a group of keen bakers and held a fundraising stall at the club to raise funds for their Coast Trek, which raises funds for Beyond Blue. Their supreme spread of cupcakes, muffins and slices raise $471 over the day. They are very grateful for everyone's encouragement and support.

In September, the team is taking part in the major fundraiser - the Adelaide Coastrek, where they will trek 30km. (That is the equivelant of walking around a maximum sized soccer pitch 71 times)

If anyone was unable to get to the cake stall but wanted to make a donation to the wonderful work that Beyond Blue do, please click on to the link below.

Coast Trek

Entertainment Books

As we are now in to June the 2019/2020 Entertainment Book has kicked in. We still have several print books available and of course you can also get a digital version.

There are many many local deals, including but not limited to - Tanunda Pub, Tanunda Club, Vine Inn, Barossa Valley Brewing, Beans n Cream, Brauhaus, Barossa Helicopters, Soul with Zest, Wanera, and in digital only there is 1918, Kampung Kitchen and Company Kitchen to name just 3 great spots!!!!

There are also places such as Monarto Zoo where you just need to go once to virtually get back the price that you paid for the book...... :-D

Please click on the link here to order :

ENTERTAINMENT BOOK

Thanks in advance,

Vicky Ireland

Around the Grounds

Please keep sending photos in to us and let us know how your team is progressing.

U8s

The slightly soggy U8s team huddled under the shelter at half time while it hailed!

U10s Red

U10s Noah King scoring a goal from outside the box to wrap up his hat-trick!!
Dexter Hanton winning the ball in defence.
Theo French (right) and Maxi Peter starting an attack along the right wing.
A very proud U10s Red Team after a 5 - 0 win!

U11s Black

Joseph Przibilla applying pressure on the Para Hills defence.
Joseph Przibilla, Athan Triandafyllidis and Max Fuss attacking in formation.
A well timed clearance interception by Lucas Zorich in defence.
Athan Triandafyllidis nailing a penalty kick!

U15 Girls

Under 15 Girls Team after an exciting game against Salisbury Inter Blue
Rosa Medi taking on the Modbury Jets' defenders.
Georgia Battersby executes the perfect throw in to the Barossa forward line.
Kennedy Mifflin kicking a cracker goal kick after another amazing save!

Thanks for your support

Barossa United Junior Soccer Club is hugely grateful to our sponsors for their support. Please support the local companies who support us by liking their Facebook pages (links below)!

GOLD SPONSORS

Steinborner Barossa

SILVER SPONSORS

Barossa Valley Brewing

BRONZE SPONSORS

Calabria Family Wines

Contact Us

The Committee Members are always available to have a chat about how you can help out at the Club, or if you have any concerns or issues you would like to discuss please feel free to contact us.

Chris Smith - President – 0487 164 962 – president@barossaunited.com.au

Lisa Ognjanovic - Secretary – 0410 917 824 – admin@barossaunited.com.au

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