It’s out to Skipton today to face Greg Middleton’s Emu’s for the first time under his guidance. Please note that Skipton will be supporting Maddie’s Vision by wearing special purple jumpers for the occasion. Maddie’s Vision raises funds for young people with bone marrow disease and we ask if you could give generously.

The week off for interleague came at a good time for the Dees with a few injured boys getting some time to rest up and get ready for the tough second stage of the campaign. The week earlier it was an honest if not pretty effort against Rokewood to come away with a 7 goal win, Jack Oostendorp was superb for the Dees.

The Reserves went down by 5 goals, whilst the U18 and U15 sides both recorded fantastic wins to get on the board for the season. Congrats on the wins boys and it goes to show what sticking at it and hard work can produce. The U12’s were also winners on the day to make it two in a row.

The girls got back on the winners list against Rokewood, and will hopefully get a decent run at it now with injuries and unavailability’s appearing to be finally dropping. All other netball grades were able to come away with wins in what was a strong round for the club as a whole.

Next week will be our first major function of the year, with professional hypnotist Jimmyd in the house to present his Hypnotic Playground. Come along for what promises to be a hilarious night, starting from 7.30pm. The event is open to all ages 16 and up, tickets are available from Brittany Wade, Tom Forbes and Matt MacDonald.

Bunga!