The VAFA has announced an exciting event for Sunday February 23rd at Elsternwick Park (see flyer attached).
The inaugural ‘Bounce and Brunch’ event will commence at 9.30am on Sunday February 23rd at Elsternwick Park.
All females in attendance will be exposed to coaching and training as well as the chance to meet and speak with current VAFA coaches and exciting AFL guests to be announced shortly, finished with a brunch to welcome in the academy.
The VAFA is proud to support women in achieving their goals in umpiring by providing a fun environment where they can learn, develop or progress their umpiring and the BJS Women’s Umpiring Academy aims to increase female participation and active community engagement through our junior leagues, VAFA clubs and pathway programs.Bounce and Brunch banner on the right-hand side to register your interest!
The VAFAUA extends its congratulations to Tony Corr, who has been acknowledged in the 2020 Australia Day Honours. Tony received the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for services to cricket, with a lifelong commitment to his beloved Highett West CC.
This honour follows countless others, including the Cricket Victoria 50 Years of Service award, and induction into the Hall of Fame in the South East Cricket Association in 2017.
Tony’s commitment to local sport is phenomenal, and we are lucky to count him as one of our members.
Congratulations to VAFAUA Life Member Wayne ‘Chuck’ Hinton, who wed his lovely bride Alina on Saturday 18 January. Chuck was ably supported by umpiring royalty for groomsmen, with Rob Sneddon and Mark Gibson standing by his side along with AFL Grand Final umpire John Russo as best man.
Another member of umpiring royalty, Glen James, gave a welcome to country at the reception.
We were able to round up just a few of the UA members for a photo at the reception.
Congratulations Wayne and Alina, and we wish you all the very best for your married life together!