It’s time to really get stuck into Saints Season Eighteen with our Saints Season Launch this Thursday at our Quambee clubrooms.
There’s plenty happening in “Saintsland” (or Heaven, if you like).
Not only will we be introducing our new Saints Footballers, but you can be part of history and witness the introduction of our TWO New Netball Teams.
Yes, we are expanding our Club into a modern Community Club.
To cap the night off Tim Livingstone, Saints Legend, Captain of our Team Of The Century, former Box Hill Captain, former Richmond player, and currently Head of Coaching and Football Performance at Richmond Football Club will be there to tell you how the Tigers’ plan to be “pinch” the AFL Premiership.
This will be a night not to be missed, so make sure you get to Quambee on Thursday night.
Meals available, and the bar will be open of course.
We have great pleasure in announcing Diamond Protection as a new North Ringwood Football Club Sponsor.
Diamond Protection Pty Ltd (Diamond) is a leading provider of integrated security, emergency response and training services.
Established in 1995, this Australian owned and operated company is committed to leading the way – to be the standard of excellence.
Diamond operates an internationally certified Integrated Management System (IMS) incorporating ISO accreditation for Quality (ISO 9001), Occupational Health & Safety (AS/NZS 4801 & OHSAS18001) and Environmental Management (ISO 14001) Systems.
Diamond supports clients throughout Australia and beyond to provide security audits, security guards / officers, patrols, risk management, emergency service officers, safety officers, life support and nationally recognised training courses in industrial skills, fire and rescue and safety.
Maybe Diamond can cater for your needs, so check out their website:
It is with great sadness that I inform the North Ringwood Football Club community of the passing of former Saint Jacob Young at just 24 years of age.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Michael, Gabrielle, Rebecca, Dan and their families at this very sad and difficult time.
Jacob stopped playing footy in 2010 due to a serious on-field injury after over 100 games with his beloved Saints which included 3 Junior Premierships, a Lightning Premiership and a Colts Premiership in 2009.
Jacob, you will be sadly missed by everyone at the club, especially all your mates in the Senior Squad.
Funeral details to follow.
Rest In Peace Jacob.