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Come and be part of our great family friendly club. See our Junior and Youth sides getting enjoyment out of playing football. Watch as they learn the skills needed to move through the ranks.
Support the Senior Men's and Women's teams up on Mangere Mountain at the Domain, the most scenic view in Auckland, where you can enjoy the great social atmosphere. Then partake in our celebrations at night in our Clubrooms with a cold drink and warm meal.
UPCOMING CLUB EVENTS
TUESDAY 29 OCTOBER - GIRLS ONLY FUN FOOTBALL CENTRE STARTS
WEDNESDAY 30 OCTOBER - SUMMER 7-A-SIDE FOOTBALL STARTS
DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS HONOURED
Ten of Auckland Football's most committed volunteers were honoured on Tuesday with an Auckland Football Long Service Medal marking their invaluable contribution to the sport.
The medals were presented by Auckland Football board chairman Stephen Williamson at a function held at Onehunga Mangere United AFC’s Mangere Domain clubrooms honouring the outstanding efforts of; Paula Seibert (Onehunga Mangere Utd AFC), Helen Keegan (Otahuhu Utd AFC), Brian Stanyer (Mt Albert-Ponsonby AFC), Paul Mason (AFF Referees), Rick de Vries (Bay Olympic), Wayne Jensen (Manurewa AFC), Debbie Apanui (Bay Olympic), Robbie Cardwell (Otahuhu Utd AFC), Maylene Featherstone (Beachlands Maraetai AFC) and Kris McGregor (Bay Olympic).
Auckland Football CEO David Parker says Tuesday’s group of medallists serves as the latest example of the wonderful dedication shown by the people who make grassroots football possible.
“Our latest group of Long Service Medallists once again reminds us of the tremendous impact our passionate volunteers have on our game,” Parker said.
“Quite simply; without them we would not be able to function.
“The back stories of the individuals described on Tuesday are truly remarkable and, on behalf of everyone connected to the game in Auckland, I thank our latest group of medallists for their on-going contribution to our sport."
With Tuesday’s 10 recipients, the total number of volunteers honoured since the Auckland Football Long Service Medal was instituted in 2008 now stands at 67.
Congratulations go out to our own Paula Siebert who was one of the 10 recipients.
Paula has been associated with her club, Onehunga Mangere Utd AFC, for an impressive span of over 15 years.
A member of the Onehunga Mangere Utd AFC committee, she is always offering her services without hesitation, be it organising tournament days at the club, playing and managing the women's "Dunks” team or filling in when required behind the club bar.
Paula has been involved with the club’s Management Committee, who look after the actual running of the Onehunga Mangere Sports Club and she is also involved with the Onehunga Mangere United softball code, which is part of the club.
CLUB MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
The club is proud to announce that the new OMU scarves have arrived and are on sale for $20.00. If you would like to purchase yours please enquire at the club bar or contact Steve Mateljan on 021426930.
Show your true colours!
Jimmi Zulaika Fund
Many of you may know Jimmy Zulaika (Spanish Jimmi) and Janine Nillesen and their young family.
Jimmy has been involved in the club as a player, coach and supporter for a number of years now.
Jimmy was involved in a very serious accident on his motor scooter on the way to work earlier this
Although the long term outcome is uncertain at the moment it seems that he will be in rehabilitation
for a considerable period of time.
The Club has set up a bank account so that anyone who would like to contribute towards supporting
the family at this difficult period may do so.
The bank account details are:
ASB Bank, Onehunga Mangere United Sports Club account no. 12-3054-0254413-02 if you would like
to contribute. ??
The club will issue receipts to donors so when you make a deposit on line or at the bank please also
send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with deposit date, amount, your contact details
and whether you wish it to be noted as having been received anonymously, so that it can be
As a club we want to give the family our love, support and best wishes.
The club will also be holding some fundâ€raising functions as well to assist the family, these will be
advertised well in advance, we know the Mangere Bridge area and the club are a very close knit
group and know you will all do what is possible within your means.
To all Coaches/Managers/Parents,
We have had issues in the past regarding injuries caused by the sub-standard condition of the surface at Swanson Park.
Please notify the Club Captain, Mason Dale, of any injuries that occur during the 2013 season. Mason’s contact details are listed on the OMUAFC club website.
There will be an accident recording register form on the club website to complete. Refer to the Injury Report heading where this form can be found to complete and print off.
The reason for keeping a track of this ongoing concern is to approach the council and have proof of these injuries caused by the playing surface at Swanson Park, so as to push for the upgrading of the training facilities.
2014 Winter Registration
Contact Barbara Lindsay for all registration enquires: ph 636 8626 or email email@example.com
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