The Lancefield Community with the support of our community partner, Lancefield Community Bank, are proud to announce:
The Lancefield Long Table Lunch
When: Sunday 18th February, 2018
Time: 12:30pm to 5:00pm
Where: East End Plantation, High Street, Lancefield
(opposite the Mechanics Hall)
Tickets: $60 per head (Three Course Meal)
Drinks at bar prices
Numbers are strictly limited to 200 people
Ticket purchases can be made online through Try Booking. Details of the site are as follows:
Phone: Kaylene Cruise 0447 364 497
Phone: Michelle Rix 0413 183 387
Phone: Loraine Kraus 54291520
Last night was the final football training session for 2017 and what a great turnout!
It’s been many years since Lancefield has had that many players turnout at training at any time let alone a night in December with temp around 35. Great work everyone! It is a testament to the support and passion of many locals that want to see the club succeed and provide a future for our up and coming juniors.
The Lancefield Football Netball Club (LFNC) has a new committee and coaching team whose aim is to make the LFNC a major part of the local community.
Please read our flyer below and we ask for your support by clicking here or on the image below to purchase your 2018 membership.
The Lancefield Football Netball Club are pleased to announce that Michelle Rix will be the A grade & B grade coach for 2018.
Michelle brings to our club a vast amount of knowledge and experience in netball, from playing to coaching, and we are excited with her appointment for 2018.
Well done Michelle….and GO Tigers!!
The Lancefield Football and Netball club would like to announce the 2018 Senior Football Coach.
Welcome back Chris Collins!!
Chris has returned to Lancefield for the 2018 season taking on the role as a playing coach.
Chris has made the decision to return to the club after focusing on spending precious time with he’s lovely young family and growing a successful local plumbing business.
We as a club are extremely excited to see what 2018 has in hold, and are determined to bring back the tigers of old!
#Tigertrain2018 #comeonyoutiges 🐯🐯
Tonight the LFNC held its AGM and was well attended by over 30 local community football and netball fans.
The executive committee was announced as follows:
President: Clark Todd
Vice President: Nicholas Walsh
Treasurer: Gina Morgan
Secretary: Samantha Bender
Stay tuned for MASSIVE coaching announcements to be made for 2018.
Membership and sponsorship announcements will also be made shortly…more to follow…
All the best LFNC
Find everything you need on this website that relates to the Mighty Tigers!
2017 – “Like the Tigers of Old”
New players more than welcome! For inquiries, please email the club via the ‘Contacts’ page.
Our 2017 AGM is Coming Up!
We Want You… For 2018!
2017 Best & Fairest Winners!
Grand Final Bound!!!
Our awesome A Grade netball team has played fantastically well to storm into the Grand Final! They’ll play old rivals Romsey in a massive encounter at Romsey Park. Make sure you get there next Sunday to cheer the girls on!
A Legend Retires – Thank You Phill Conway!
Mental Health Awareness Night
A massive thank you to everyone who came to the Laurie Green Pavilion for our Mental Health Awareness Night. Both Cameron Wight and Shane Kelton were fantastic in talking about their experiences.
Shane is more than welcome for any of you to email him to chat to him about anything. His email address is email@example.com
beyondblue is also an excellent company who provide assistance, so feel free to visit their website:
Remember, it’s always better to speak to someone.
2018 Coaching Opportunity!
Foley House Looking Sharp in Tiger Merchandise!
After our visit from “Joffa” Corfe at Jumper/Dress Presentation Night, our President, Leanne Backwell, went and kindly donated a whole bunch of LFNC merchandise to the residents of Foley House. Our superstar potato farmer, Barry “Mocka” Hunt also gladly donated a heap of potatoes to help feed everyone! Cheers Mocka!
Below are some photos of the Foley House residents and the workers modelling their new attire! A group of LFNC players & officials will be visiting Foley House in the near future to keep the fantastic connection alive!
Jumper/Dress Presentation Night
|At our jumper/dress presentation night, we were lucky enough to have Geoff “Joffa” Corfe come and speak to the audience about many issues we may face in our daily lives: homelessness, acquired brain injuries and mental illness, just to name a few!
If anyone you know needs a helping hand, feel free to contact Foley House via this link.
Our 2016 Best & Fairest winner, Cameron Wight, spoke to everyone about dealing with Depression and gave some excellent tips. There will be more to come with this topic as the Lancefield Football Netball Club tackles it head on in 2017!
Cameron has been working with ‘Better Out Than In’, an AFL initiative in conjunction with other fantastic associations, to get the message out into reality, that it’s ok to talk about any issues we may have.
Watch Cameron’s video below:
Lancefield FNC is a proud member of the Riddell District Football Netball League and is a Level 3 Good Sports affiliated football club!
A huge thank you to our Platinum Sponsor – The Grange Cleveland Winery and all our other sponsors who can be found on our “Club Sponsors” page!