- What’s happening @ the club: Ladies Day, Cash Giveaway etc
- Women’s Rugby 7’s Sign ups
- Old Boy’s Day Report
- QLD Rugby Union Boys Junior State Championships 2018
- U15’s Barry Honan Rugby Carnival
- Crazy July Specials
- Volunteer Of The Week: Who could it be this week?
- Sponsor Shoutout: Myobrace
Jag the joker is at $700 this week
Members draw is at $1800
Raffles as usual, 4 meat trays, 2 seafood trays and 1 fruit and veg tray on Thursday, and 4 meat trays on Saturday.
Ladies Day 2018 – 18 Aug
Ladies here it is; the much awaited, celebrated and enjoyed Alleygators Ladies Day 2018.
Tickets will be on sale at 5PM SHARP on Wednesday 17th and Friday 19th July.
(*Sold out in one day in 2017*)
Get your party people ready in tables of 10 for cash sales only!
This will be a Ladies Day not to be missed!
CLICK HERE for more information
Cash Giveaway – 27 Jul
WIN $2000 CASH!
Entries for the $2000 giveaway end on Friday 27 July 2018 at 7.30pm. Winner will be drawn at the Alleygators PBC Rugby club at 8pm on the night of the 27th.
***PLEASE NOTE: You must be present to win the prize!!!
Enjoy dinner and drinks at the Bistro on the night with friends and family! For more information about the competition:
Sportsman’s Luncheon – 31 Aug
The President and his committee are proud to present Sportsman’s Luncheon 2018! “The only show on Show Day”
Master of Ceremonies Mark Forbes presents a special line up of guest speakers:
– Stirling Mortlock (Wallaby Great)
– Brent Kite 314 NRL games | 14 Tests Australia and played for Tonga
– Mandy Nolan (Comedian)
– Darren Lehmann…what happened in Cape Town
DRESS: SMART CASUAL
COST: $135 – SINGLE TICKET
$1,350 – TABLE OF TEN
FOR BOOKINGS PLEASE CONTACT MARK FORBES
0418 765 714 • MARK@GOI.COM.AU
Womens Rugby 7’s
Womens Rugby 7’s – New Registrations Now Open!
Win Network Women’s Rugby Sevens on the Gold Coast returns with Comp 2 starting 21st July 2018.
REGISTRATIONS Open Now for New Players to join the Gator Girls.
For more information please contact Ryan via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Old Boys “Back to the Beach” Day- 07/07
It was all set but who was going to turn up? Asked for text message to confirm attendance unbelievable response ,wait for it JUST 1 well done Dan Dank. How things have change and thanks to the new world of Facebook events word spread around and before I knew there was an audience!
The weather was good , the teams were ready to play and the beer was cold, now who would turn up? Well surprises galore Perry and Frankie all the way from Kempsey. Cowboy/ Bomber from Barraba and Nathan (meat ) all the way from Dubai. The array of old polos, jerseys maybe not in tip top condition but great to see the boys wearing them with pride. About 30 in total a few extra kilos here and there not to mention those grey hairs but the camaraderie still the same .
The beer flowed the old stories were told of how good we used to be and then a tunnel was formed to clap on A Grade which was great to see. The barbecue was fired up for the boys to be fed so they could drink more and the President was assured that he would not be assauced! The day passed without incident!
Although the team has not had the good results during the year they definitely did not disappoint the extra spectators with a great effort and deserved win defeating the Tweed/Coolangatta BaaBaas 13-10.
It has been sometime since we have heard and I quote “Go you xxxxxxx Alleygators!” Not to mention the beloved song which a fine rendition was sung all together after the game with the team and the old boys. It amazes me how everyone remembers the words!!! Good to see that so many hung around just like the good old days and a few more renditions of the song were heard.
Thanks to everyone that turned up to lay the platform for next year and then the big one the following year 40years !!! Thanks to Kristy, Devo , Mick J and Gordon for helping me.
Go the beach!
Rick the Pom
QLD Rugby Union Boys Junior State Championships 2018
We were extremely proud to see a number of our Junior Alleygators players take part in the 2018 Queensland Rugby Union Boys Junior State Championships representing the Gold Coast Cyclones across the weekend in three brilliant days of rugby competition held at Albany Creek GPS.
Our young Gator men showed great skill and diversity as they geared up with current and new teammates to compete in the State Championships.
“Well done to our Junior Representatives and a big thank you to those parents who put in a lot of effort in the lead up and during the championships.”
Under 12 GC Cyclone Representatives (Development Carnival)
- Lochlan Smith #2
- Blaze Moana #8
- Ryan Wildman #9
- Callum Simpson #12
- Kalani Te Heu Heu Tukino #18
Under 13 GC Cyclone Representative – State Champions defeating Brisbane Green 17-7
- Fletcher Cremin #8
Under 14 GC Cyclone Representative – finished Runners Up in a tight grand final against Brisbane Green 10-7
- Max Wright #3
- Jarred Lahrs #5
- Max Robertson #11
- Mydas McBurney #23
Congratulations to under 14 players Max Wright & Max Robertson as they finished the tournament being selected to represent QLD Country on Friday 13th July at Ballymore Stadium.
City vs Country match schedule:
U13s – City vs Country – 3pm, Ballymore Stadium
U14s – City vs Country – 4.30pm, Ballymore Stadium
U15’s Barry Honan Rugby Carnival
Well done to 3 of our U15’s squad- Narii and Tadhg Salmon and also Luke Dines playing for the Gold Coast Cyclones U15’s. The lads played well by all accounts, losing 23-22 to Shore High School (NZ) but beating Marist College from Canberra 33-5 in Sunday’s games. Well done lads.
SCRA Holiday clinics
Last week saw us hold our July school holiday clinics at Alleygators. The weather Gods were shining on us for our normal 3 days of Rugby with U6-10’s on Monday, U11-14’s on Tuesday and the Girls only day on Wednesday. We followed this up with Yatala Rams on the Thursday, and are excited to be planning further Rugby sessions with them as they can. There were plenty of Rugby skills and drills on display with each group keen to learn and then play games at every opportunity. Special thanks to one of our U17’s Girls players- Jemma, who came down and ran with the Girls on Wednesday, and from this Girls group there’s already talk of playing Rugby next year!! We have a few video’s on our Instagram and Facebook pages, and will be updating plenty more too
Crazy July Specials
Kids Birthday Parties
Got A Kiddies Birthday Coming Up?
Not sure where to go? Come down to Alleygators! We’ll put together a Kiddies Birthday Package just for you which includes YUMMY pizzas & thirst quenching jugs of soft drink + Kids get to run around the fields & keep themselves entertained!
Volunteer of the week
Mia has been a constant among the Club’s volunteers for many years now despite her young age. Mia is always seen leading the charge to set up the fields early on a Saturday morning, no matter how cold the Winter morning. She is also the friendly face behind the BBQ serving our eager patrons. Her smile and sense of humour making up for the sausages her dad Kurtis burns so well!!! Added to this she is usually training a few young Gator retail assistants on any given morning.
She has been begging for years to be allowed to drive the Buggy when setting up & packing down the fields, but of course she has a year or two before she is old enough for that. Perhaps her most important job of all though is in keeping the rest of us organised & on track. She is never afraid to crack the whip, when her mum Kristy slips into chat mode…
It just goes to show that you are never too young, or indeed too old to volunteer at Gators!
If you’d like to lend a hand to help make our club a bit better, please contact email@example.com . You don’t have to do as much as Mia, but as we keep on saying every little bit helps and, ‘many hands make light work’
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