2019 Term 4 Week 8

2019 Term 4 Week 8

Community Notices

Little Tennis Stars
Monday 16, Tuesday 17, and Wednesday 18 December, 9.00am - 4.00pm

This all day clinic, with lunch and snacks included, is usually $180 per child, but we are offering it to you for only $120!

Click here to book now if you would like your child to get three days of fun tennis activity over the Christmas break! Perfect for beginners to advance and everyone in between, for 5 to 12 year olds.   

Please come across and follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/Littletennisstars2017/ ) and Instagram (@little_tennis_stars) as we announce many important program and class updates and post pictures of our Little Tennis Stars.

Walkerville Netball Club

WNC is looking for junior netballers for the 2020 winter season, with registrations opening on November 27. We are looking for players from age 7 (who play GO level games) and upwards to Year 12.

We also have scholarships of offer for a junior player, senior player, new coach and new umpire to our club. Submissions for these close on November 18.

About WNC

We are one of the biggest senior clubs playing in the Adelaide Metropolitan Netball Division (AMND) competition with teams in A-grade and AMND levels, and in 2019, WNC had its first junior teams.

What we can offer students at your school:

Expert coaching and netball pathways, for all skill levels 

An inclusive club environment

Competitive teams but who like to have fun

For more information, please return email or go to walkervillenetballclub.com.au

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Research Study

Adolescent females diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) needed for a research study looking at whether meditation improves quality of life in adolescents with PCOS.

If you are a female aged 12-20 years and diagnosed with PCOS, you can help us with this study evaluating a simple strategy to improve quality of life in adolescents with PCOS.

This study has been approved by the Women’s and Children’s Health Network Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC/18/WCHN/168), Adelaide, South Australia. If you are interested in finding out more information about this research, please contact Dr Alexia Peña (paediatric endocrinologist) on 8161 8134 or via email alexia.pena@adelaide.edu.au

Eastern United Football Club

The Eastern United Football Club, a local community soccer club is seeking more minroos (U7 to U11) and junior (particularly U13 and U15) players for the 2020 season.

We encourage you to browse through our webpage www.easternunitedfc.com.au and check our Facebook page out. You are welcome to visit our facilities at 267 Lower Athelstone Road, Athelstone at the Athelstone Recreation Reserve and talk to Club Officials about joining our Club or Academy from 2 December to 13 December 2019 on a Tuesday or Thursday night from 6:00pm onwards.