Newsletter – Issue Sep 2017

28-09-17 Judy Hughes 0 comment

In this issue

  • Welcome to our new-look electronic newsletter
  • See the results and photos from Winter Season 2017
  • Access key dates for next season
  • See highlights from our newsroom.
Girls Under 11.3 Knights team jump to celebrate their finals performance.

Girls 11.3 Premiers

 

Welcome

Welcome to our first electronic newsletter. We hope you like the new format.

The club produces a newsletter twice a year, coinciding with the end of one season and the start of the next. Previous issues are available on our website.

A big welcome as well to all the new families joining us for Summer Season 2017-18.

 

Winter Season 2017

Congratulations to all players who made it through to the 2017 Winter Season finals. Of the 74 Ivanhoe Knights teams that competed, 25 made it all the way through to the grand final on Saturday 16 September. See a photo gallery from the season.

 

Girls 15.6 Runners up

GIRLS

09.1  Premiers
09.4  Runners up
09.5  Runners up
11.3  Premiers
11.5  Premiers
11.6  Premiers
13.2  Runners up
15.5  Premiers
15.6  Runners up

 

Boys 17.3 Premiers

 

BOYS

09.3  Runners up
09.4  Premiers
09.5  Premiers
09.6  Runners up
09.7  Runners up
11.5  Premiers
11.9  Runners up
11.10 Premiers
13.1  Runners up
13.4  Premiers
13.7  Premiers
15.8  Premiers
17.1  Runners up
17.3  Premiers
17.6  Runners up
19.1  Premiers

 

 

Key dates for next season

Summer Season kicks off on Saturday, 14 October 2017. That means training will start in the week leading up to that first game.

There are no games on the weekend before the Melbourne Cup and no training on the day of the Melbourne Cup. We list seasons date in our event calendar.

Download a list of Summer Season dates.

 

New to the Knights?

Here’s a few tips for new players and their families:

Absence from training and games – let your coach and team manager know as early as possible if you won’t be at a training session or game.

Training sessions – don’t forget to bring a water bottle and basketball.

Barracking during games – we love parents barracking, but keep it positive and remember the team already has a coach. 

Be on time – aim to arrive at least 10 minutes before the start time for a game and 5 minutes before a training session. 

Refs – respect our referees, refrain from making comments about referees and their decisions.

Our website is packed with information. Here are some pages you may find helpful:

 

Hot news from our newsroom

See some recent stories: