The annual general meeting of the North Brunswick Football Club will be held at 12 midday on Sunday the 27th of September.
Best and Fairest votes for all but the final few rounds will be counted, and we’ll also have a BBQ going and the bar open!
At the AGM all positions on the committee will be open for re-election. If you would like to be involved in helping out the NBFC committee but have some questions before you nominate yourself please talk feel free to approach anyone on the existing committee.
Please note that the below nomination forms are required to be completed by all who intend to run for positions and the proxy vote can be used if someone wishes to hand their vote to someone else if they intend to be absent.
As you are all aware, we lost one of the true legends of North Brunswick this week.
PD started as a junior at the age of three, I think, here at North Brunswick. As a junior he would play two games on most weekends. In total PD played the phenomenal amount of 525 games.
He was president from 2001 until 2004. He was reserves coach from 1993 – 1995 and again in 2000. He won the reserves Best and Fairest in 1977, I think, as a 17 year old.
To his mother Merrion and to Christine, Dino, Jarryd and Emma, who spent a lot of time with Peter in the last few weeks, condolences and also to Midge who also spent time with him.
I know that his true loves, in no particular order, were North Brunswick, Carlton, and Victoria Bitter. That changed when his children Lindon, Karrah, and Teagan came along. His devotion was re-aligned when he had grandchildren of which he was truly proud. Condolences to them also and to Tracey. Also to his brother Paul, Robyn and Richard, who proudly wears PD’s famous number 35 on his jumper.
He will be sorely missed from the North Brunswick family.