We are happy to announce that Mark Paston is holding another Goal Keeper clinic on Thursday 23 May 2013. The clinic is also open for coaches to observe keeper training techniques. The session times are (click the links to book): 4:55-5:25pm (7-10th … Continue reading
It was a mission for the coaches and selectors, but grade trials for the 9th to 14th grades were completed at MacAlister Park in good weather over the past two weekends. A huge thanks to all who participated.
If you did not trial, or are not named in a Sharks team, don’t worry. All junior players will be registered into teams and contacted by team managers before the end of March.
The first games of the winter season are APRIL 13th / 14th.
Our team names are changing for 2013 to replace the ‘A and B’ titles. The first and second team in 9th and 10th grade will be given different shark names. The first team in 11th to 14th grades will simply be ‘Sharks’, and the second teams be named after a type of shark.
If you have any questions about the trials please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to announce that Mark Paston is holding the first Goal Keeper clinic for 2013 on Tuesday 12 February 2013. Note that this is the same time as the registration evening and runs over two sessions. You must register prior … Continue reading
Great news for IBU football players. Friday Football starts in two weeks. Registration is open NOW for the winter season! Registration night at the clubrooms is coming up. Trial dates for the Sharks have been set. ALL the IBU Juniors pre-season information is … Continue reading
Friday Football starts again 15 February with Island Bay United Coaching and Development Manager, Martin Garcia. Friday afternoon social football is aimed at players 5-14 years of age. Girls and boys of all ages can play; teams can be mixed or single sex. … Continue reading
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The IBU Junior holiday programme from January 22nd-25th went off gangbusters with 35 of the junior kids out on the turf training and having a great time developing skills. The weather was (almost) perfect and coach Martin Garcia’s niece doubled the Argentinian flair. Thanks to Vanya … Continue reading