Mid Season Review

Jun 18th 9:01PM

Well the Senior, Reserve and Under 18's have hit the mid season point of the season and it's fair to say that the pre season expectations have been met, the big goal is yet to be met, which comes on the final day of the season.

Senior coach Paul Derrick has compiled a mid season report, so read on and get his perspective on the season so far.

So here we are at the end of Round 9 and things across all grades are going quite well. All three senior sides are in the top 4 and have a great opportunity over the remaining rounds to consolidate their positions.

Crowds are are up and the feeling around the club is very positive. The players and coaching staff are working hard to achieve the best possible results.

The senior side has used over 30 players to date and expect a few more boys to put their hands up over the next few weeks. Although they currently sit on top of the ladder and remain undefeated, they are well aware there's a long way to go and still a lot of improvement to come, but if the passion and desire shown to date continues, the only way is up.

The Reserves are also starting to play some consistent, team football. They are working hard and are starting get the results. Led extremely well by Beany, the side has uncapped potential. With Jamie very passionate about improving the boys and great numbers on the track, the pressure for spots will make this side better and better.

Under 18's are performing really well as a team. The teamwork and support for each other is a pleasure to watch. The Under 16's that are stepping up are really adding some spark to the side. Numbers are slowly building at training and a few of the boys are really staking a claim for a senior berth. Raf's commitment to the group is unquestionable and the boys are really playing for him, which was evidenced as recently as the last game, when a 6 goal 3/4 time deficit, was overcome and a superb victory was had.

Big things are exected over the next 10 weeks from all sides.

A big thanks to all the helpers around the club. It's these people who work tirelessly, without many accolades, that will make us the club that everyone wants to be a part of and the envy of many.

And thanks also to the supporters, the atmosphere around the place is electric and we all certainly appreciate the support.

There is still a long way to go and still a lot to achieve, but we are on the right track and with the Roxy Family uniting, we should keep working hard and aiming high.

                                                           WE ARE ROXY!


May 8th 11:06AM


150 games

Apr 26th 12:38PM

Congratulations to JOVAN NAIDOO on playing 150 senior games for the Roxburgh Park Football. Jovan Naidoo becomes the FIRST Roxburgh Park Player to play 150 senior games and sets history for our Club. Jovan has been a player for Roburgh Park Football Club since it's inception in 2002. Jovan has missed only a hand full of games in this time and has become a leader around our club. When a a lot players left our Club in 2010 Jovan and his best mate Adrian MacKinnon stuck by the club and our now the leaders of our Senior Football Team and we all hope that this year in 2014 he finally gets his reward that he deserves on field. Again from all at the Roxburgh Park Football Club Congratulations and Good Luck for today and the rest of the season.

Proud Of Under 16s Div2

Apr 14th 11:46PM

I'm one proud Junior Co-ordinator please read congratulations to the under 16 div 2 team
I'm writing regarding an incident sun 13/4/14. I'm sure you are ready to think the worst.  I'm a parent whom is also Team Manager, and committee member for the u/16bs which played against your boys.  I would like to pass on my sincerest appreciation to your wonderful players coaching staff and also parents.  Unfortunately my son suffered an injury which was simply an accident and has broken two bones in his ankle and will be in surgery this evening having screws in place. Whilst leaving the ground on sun our boys did a line of honour on the field which made me extremely emotional then I looked across and your boys did the same. Your coaching staff and parents also clapped for my son as we left the ground. It really made me a very proud football mother. We seem to have a lot of negativity and this was a true show of sportsmanship it truly blew me away Even the ambo driver was quite stunned . So as you can see I really felt it necessary to give you this positive feedback. Even one of you coaching dads asked to have an update on how my son went. So please pass on this MSG to the u16 side and remind them that they are amazing young men.

My sincerest regards                                              

Veronica (Ronnie) Larizza
 Team Manager U/16Bs
Taylors Lakes


Apr 11th 6:04PM

The Roxburgh Park Football Club would like to acknowledge and welcome back our loyal partners and sponsors for season 2014. We also welcome our new sponsors into the Roxburgh Park Family and look forward to a long and continuing partnership in the future. Everyone be sure to check our sponsors page on here or the app and show your commitment and support to them, as they do to us.

We also welcome all our new advertisers, who have come on board by having their businesses advertised around our ground. Be sure to have a look when at the ground. They may just have a service that you need to use.

You may also find their business cards inside the social rooms, so pick one up for that rainy day.

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Mar 31st 10:23PM

Signage available around our oval

1800mm x 900mm $550 per sign contact President Ron McGill for more details 0416 052 638