Koori Football program

PLFC KOORI FOOTBALL GALA DAY

Preston Lions Football Club hosted an Indigenous “Gala Day” at BT Connor Reserve on Sunday 26th July 2015. The event was a celebration from the culmination of the pilot “Deadly Kick Koori Soccer Program’ that began in early June 2015. This program consisted of structured weekly qualified coaching aimed at attracting Koori kids. PLFC is […]

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Official Launch of our New Lighting Infrastructure

The Club had a fantastic turnout on a cold wintry night from many of our key stakeholders last Friday, 17 July for the “Official Launch of our New Lighting Infrastructure”.  The launch coincided  with two entertaining women’s Fixtures played against Yarra Jets FC in the Zagame’s State League 1 competition. Speeches from Cr Angela Villella […]

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KOORI FOOTBALL PROGRAM

“Let the fact be acknowledged that the first Australians, the oldest living culture on earth of which we are immensely proud, played football.” (Craig Foster June 2013) Preston Lions Football Club is proud to announce that it is once again at the forefront of community awareness and social inclusion via a Koori football initiative. The […]

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JUNIORS LIGHTING INFRASTRUCTURE

The much anticipated lighting infrastructure works to Ground 2 & 3 are now complete with light towers operational as of last Friday 24th April 2015.  This now provides the club with  the opportunity to fully utilise all three outside grounds on training evenings. These new  infrastructure standards will set the club apart in the municipality and make it […]

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Juniors Practice Match – Sunday 1st March 2015

Preston Lions FC vs Fawkner SC (Juniors Pre-season Practice Matches) When: Sunday 1st March 2015 Where: B.T. Connor Reserve (Grounds 2 & 4) 200 Broadhurst Avenue (Corner Radford Road) Reservoir, Vic. 3073 Please Note: All teams are required to appoint one parent each for linesman duties. Players to be at the ground at least 60 […]

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