2018 Academy & Interdistrict Trial Information

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Broadmeadow Magic Youth Football Club in consultation with Technical Director, Neil Orr are pleased to announce our 2018 Academy & Interdistrict A Grade trials will be held over the coming months at Myers Park, Adamstown!

All interested players who are new to the club are required to submit an ‘Expression of Interest’ by click on the link below

2018 Expression of Interest Form

Coaching staff will be announced over the coming weeks and the club are very confident that we will assemble a group of experienced & qualified coaches to develop our future Magicians for SAP & NPL positions in the coming years!

Please see below timeline of events for the upcoming trials:

Wednesday 6th September 2017
Under 11 NET from 5:15 – 6:30 pm
Under 12 NET from 6:45 – 8:00 pm

Thursday 7th September 2017
Under 9 Academy from 5:15 – 6:30 pm
Under 10 NET from 6:45 – 8:00 pm

‘Expressions of Interest’ for the above mentioned trials are required to be submitted by Thursday 31st August to be eligible to trial

Sunday 15th October 2017
Under 13 & Under 14 from 9:30 – 11:00 am
Under 15 & Under 16/17/18 from 11:30 – 1:00 pm

‘Expression of Interest’ for the above mentioned age groups are required to be submitted by Friday 6th October to be eligible to trial

Under 11NET Season Review

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Expectations were great

Anticipation of the season commencing was bigger

New competition and a bunch of new players

But the team’s ability was never questioned

The season commenced with a wobble, up against a team who have been together in the SAP environment for over two years, our neighbours Adamstown. From this game, the boys never looked back scoring a total of 60 goals and only conceding 12 with one game to go.

The boys have displayed a playing maturity above their age, demonstrating passion, positional awareness, intensity and a never say die attitude. Their willingness to adhere to a possession based football style has been both a challenge and please to watch.

As Coaches of this team, we are both very proud and honoured with how the kids have conducted themselves and played. Truly a great effort by the team. Well done boys your parents and coaches are proud of you.

Top left Coach Tony Velovski (Jose), Martin Okumu, Bailey Antcliff, Jordan Velovski, Emmett Acevski, Kuris White, Cooper Vimpani, Coach Chris Acevski (Pep)
Bottom Left, Jake Talevski, Alex McKinnon, Mason Mackerras, Rueben Townsend, Arthur Ndayishimiye, Max Temelkovski

Round Thirteen Results

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Well done to all teams who completed their second last fixtures for the season on Saturday!

There was a couple great results for our competition teams, mainly the Under 13 B who secured themselves a spot in the semi finals after a win over Kurri Kurri!

All results from the weekends fixtures at under the ‘Results’ tab


West Ham Academy Clinic – LOCATION CHANGE

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Unfortunately due to the closure of Myer Park, the West Ham clinic scheduled for Myer Park on Thursday 13th July has been moved to Broadmeadow Hockey Centre which is next to McDonald Jones Stadium from 10:30 am

We hope you enjoy the final day of the clinic!


2018 Coaching Positions

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Preparations for season 2018 are now starting to ramp up and we are taking applications for Head Coaches for our academy teams from aged Under 9 – Under 16 – This includes the Under 9 SAP which will be run as part of the NPL Licensing.

We envisage holding trials in the above mentioned age groups in early October to identify talented players and get them into an environment where we are producing quality players to our seniors NPL Youth teams and potential Emerging Jets selections from Under 12’s.

We are proposing to have one ‘academy’ team per above age group which will train a mandatory three nights a week & look to play games against opposition from outside our area (via trial games and tournaments), therefore exposing our players to different styles of football and giving the players who were identified as exceptionally talented the chance to be able to progress their football to the next level – This will require exceptional commitment & dedication for this to work and for your child to excel in football.

Technical Director, Neil Orr will oversee the program and ensure that quality coaching is being provided to each team, giving our players their best chance to succeed.

If you are interested in coaching young footballers aged 9 – 16 with a view of potentially coaching NPL in the coming years, we encourage all coaches to get in contact with us via the below email address or via our website (www.magicyouthfc.com.au/contact-us/) to be supplied with an application form.

These are due back by Tuesday 1st August 2017

If there are any questions or concerns regarding this, please get in touch with the club via the above link


Kanga Cup Opening Ceremony

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What a great start to the tournament for our teams today at the opening ceremony at AIS Athletics Track!

All teams are playing games tomorrow and we will update you throughout the day 


Round Nine Results

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Well done to all of our teams who played their round nine fixtures in beautiful sunshine yesterday!!

Results from our teams are under the ‘Results’ tab & we look forward to a double header weekend at Myer Park next week


Re-Scheduled Fixtures

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After the recent washed out fixtures on Saturday 17th June, Newcastle Football have re-scheduled the fixtures for the following dates:

Sunday 2nd July – All MiniRoos and Interdistrict fixtures

Tuesday 27th June – Under 13 A fixture vs South Wallsend due to Kanga Cup commitments

All re-scheduled fixtures can be found under the ‘Results’ tab

Round Nine Fixtures

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Good luck to all of our teams playing their round nine fixtures this weekend across various grounds on Saturday

All fixtures for the weekend can be found under our ‘Results’ tab


Under 15 A Match Review vs Lambton Jaffas

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Our Under 15 A’s played a Lambton team desperate for a win after a slow start to the season

Having lost two players to injury, Harrison with a double broken wrist in the previous game and Sam Marshall with a sprained toe, the team seemed to lift up when Harry arrived to support us complete with cast. The game heralded the return for Seb who had been out for 6 weeks with a twisted knee.

The game started fast with Lambton pushing forward with speed and a serious determination. Lambton hit the first shot but Magic managed to scramble it clear with Beau hooking up with Sam Fuller to release the ball down the right side to Tyler who was immediately closed out by Lambton’s fast and strong sweeper.

Lambton continued to show determination winning all loose balls and when they shot from the right a struggle in the goal mouth saw the ball scrambled into our own goal and we went down 1-0.

Any attempts to attack were immediately cut down by Lambton who continued to be solid at the back. Seb’[s return was after 15 minutes and he looked strong and positive, no sign of any knee problems. Tom came on to try and give us some pace up front but Lambton’s sweeper was more than a match and seemed to be everywhere.

Lambton pushed forward again and with no pressure on the ball Lambton hit a great strike which Eli had no chance of stopping to go 2-0 up as we entered half time.

Second half was a much more level game and whilst most of the play was in the Lambton half, Magic could not get that final ball through with Lambton’s determination to throw bodies at the ball to block anything. Highlights were Dusty and Lachlan linking up and pushing down the left and Beau working very hard to push Alec up the right, in the end, Lachlan hit wide and Alec was pushed out by the fast defence. Tyler managed to get our first strike on target which was well handled by their keeper.

Our defence also found its feet with Riley, Seb and Alki clearing balls more efficiently. As always, Jorjas engine was running on high octane and she was covering the midfield nicely with James and Sam Fuller clearing to the wings.

After numerous attempts on goal a handball was spotted by the referee gave Magic a penalty, unfortunately as with our first penalty in the first game we were unable to take our chance with the keeper saving the shot well.

The deadlock was broken from the third corner we had forced in the second half with a returning Seb volleying an impossible ball screaming into the goal, he rushed back to the centre circle with the ball to keep the momentum up.

A solid effort from a luckless 15 A’s at the moment with the team yet to find the Magic!

Our 15 A’s play tonight against undefeated leaders Nelson Bay at Myer Park!