Boronia Hawks Football Netball Club has openings for enthusiastic Netball Coaches to guide our teams in the 2018 Friday Night EFL season. Playing or non-playing applicants will be welcomed, including current Boronia players. Our teams are likely to play in Divisions 1, 3 and 4.
If you are interested in being part of our very successful netball program, please contact our Netball Manager, Sherridan Martin at email@example.com
Boronia Hawks Football Netball Club is now looking for netballers who are interested in joining the club for the 2018 Eastern Football League Netball Season.
In the 2017 season the club fielded three successful teams in Premier Division (Premiers), Division 1 (4th) and Division 4 (runners-up). Any new players would be very welcome to express their interest in joining us for the new season. A registration form can be found by following this link: Netball-New-Player-Form
If anyone has any queries please contact our Netball Manager, Sherridan Martin on firstname.lastname@example.org or send a message to our Facebook page.
Boronia Hawks Football Netball Club was well represented at the 2017 EFL Chandler Medal Night across both football and netball.
Congratulations to Melissa Martinov from Boronia Hawks who was the Leading Goal Shooter in Premier Division with an incredible 432 goals. Congratulations also to Leanne Fredricks from Boronia Gold who was the Leading Goal Shooter in Division 1 with 257 goals.
Congratulations to Mollie McMahon from Boronia Brown who was runner-up in the Division 4 Best and Fairest.
A sensational result for Boronia Hawks Netball to have four members of our premiership team named in the #EFL Premier Division Team of the Year! Congratulations to Petra Keogh, Mel Martinov, Bec Allen and Nikki Phillips!
Congratulations to Jess Bolton on being named in the #EFL Div 3 Team of the Year for the 5th time.
Congratulations to our four nominees from Boronia Hawks for the EFL Netball Premier Division 2017 Team of the Year. Nikki Phillips, Melissa Martinov, Petra Keogh and Bec Allen have all been recognised for their outstanding performances in a premiership season by being named in the initial squad of fifteen.
Boronia, Fairpark and Wantirna South each have four players named in the initial squad, along with Blackburn (one) and Montrose (two).
The final team of 10 will be announced on Wednesday, September 20 at the Eastern Football League’s Chandler Medal.
It’s a Premiership! Our top ranked netball team, Boronia Hawks, has won the Grand Final in EFL Premier Division scoring 48 goals to Fairpark Yellow 32. The Hawks were in great form from the outset. They established an early lead and then stayed on top, pressuring the opposition, to record a very convincing win over last year’s premiers.
The incredible Nikki Phillips was presented with the Blue Ribbon Medal for Best on Court by EFL CEO Phil Murton.
Congratulations to Petra Keogh from @boroniahawks who has announced her retirement in the best possible way – with a premiership medal around her neck! Many thanks for your fantastic contribution to our netball program Petra!
The EFL Netball season starts on Friday 21 April with two of our three teams in action. Boronia Hawks have the bye first up in Premier Division and will not take the court until Round 2.
The club welcomes all the girls in our new look Boronia Gold in Division 1. We all hope you really enjoy your first season with us and get off to a great start against Ringwood Red in Round 1. The game is at 6:45pm at Fairhills High School.
Boronia Brown in Division 4 made finals for the first time in 2016 and will be looking to build on that this season. They have a couple of personnel changes only, so the core group stays together for their third season. The Brownies play UFTG Black at 8:10pm at Oxley College.
Sean Bell, Jess Bolton, Corey Burgess, Brett Castersen, Tom Dodd, Damon Fairchild, Matt Geraghty, Sam Goldsack, Josh Hannon, Luke Hannon, Luke Hare, Ryan Henderson, Luke Johnson, Todd Kenny, Mason Kirby, Jarrod Lake, Brenton McAlpine, Lachie McKernan, Rhys Migues, Jacob Paterson, Brenden Rapisarda, Ben Robertson, Dayne Ruff, Jarryd Rutherford, Jai Sartori, Michael Smith, Ryan Warren, Ryan White.
Development Squad: Boronia v Forest Hill
Mitch Agars, Luke Biddau, Dean Black, Nick Carrodus, Josh Collins, Damian Duke, Jarrod Eccleston, Cam Flanagan, Daniel Gerrard, Michael Goldsack, Jordan Granland, Sam Griffin, Matt Heenan, Matt Leeson, Chris McDonald, Kane Milde, Ryan Miller, Travis Murphy, Caelan Murrihy, Scott Nicholas, Jacob Reddaway, Tom Roleff, Dane Romano, Jesse Rosomacki, Dayne Ruff, Nick Stamatakos, Justin Wade, Lachie Watson, Nathan Watson, Damon Webb.
U19’s Squad: Boronia v Forest Hill
Chris Anderson, Anthony Biddau, Zac Brasher, Connor de Boer, Dylan Dower, Tyler Dower, Zac Dower, Fletcher Duke, Sam Fung, Ben Hohenberger, Brodie Kavanagh, Patrick Kinniff, Oscar Laybourne, Rhys Migues, Jack Mueller, Kyle Notley, James O’Neill, Jayden Purdon, Michael Smith, Jourdon Stamatakos, Tyler Steele, Jake Whitmore.