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Docklands Sports Club set to launch junior programs

01 Oct 2019

Docklands Sports Club set to launch junior programs Image

By David Schout

The i’s are being dotted, the t’s are being crossed, and Docklands Sports Club (DSC) is almost set to launch its first junior programs out of Ron Barassi Snr Park.

As reported last month in Docklands News, a group of local residents has formed Docklands’ newest sports club.

And after establishing a seven-person executive committee, the passionate group is now in the final stages of finalising details for junior soccer and cricket programs at their home ground beside the Bolte Bridge.

President Carina Parisella said the club was gearing up for a spring/summer program that included junior football (soccer) clinics starting in October, and cricket clinics from November.

Both programs will be available for kids from 5 to 9 years old, with registration available shortly.

The club has also revealed it would be hosting its official launch on Sunday, November 24.

Ms Parisella said DSC was on the hunt for volunteers to assist with football and cricket coaching, and general help around the club.

She also announced that Lucas Real Estate had come aboard as major sponsor – a huge milestone for the burgeoning club.

New volunteers and potential community partners are encouraged to email the club at (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

For club updates, including further information about upcoming junior programs and the official launch on November 24, go to the club’s Facebook and Instagram pages @DocklandsSportsClub.

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