Junior football help needed

STAWELL- Stawell Thirteen and Under Football competition is looking for a helping hand ahead of the upcoming season.

The Stawell 13 and Under Football Association is looking at recruiting more parents to help with roles around the competition.

Currently there are more than 90 players participating in training on a Wednesday and games on a Friday and a committee of just five people sharing the workload.

Current president, Tim Williams is in his final year of his position and would like to see some stability before he moves on.

"The more people involved the easier it is."

"There isn't a lot to do and it isn't time consuming, but the help is still needed"

Highlights of the 13 and under football calendar include the Turner/Pickering match.

Where players are given the opportunity to represent Stawell against Ararat.

This game is for players who are only eligible for 13 and under this year, while the kids who have one more year left will go to Horsham for a day carnival.

" It really is an easy organisation to run with a bit of help my major concern is that without the help worst case scenario the league could fold."

"You just don't want to see the kids miss out on footy because they really love it" president Tim Williams said.

The association will hold their annual general meeting on Wednesday March the 5th at the Stawell Warriors clubrooms.

The meeting is scheduled to start at 7pm and anyone who is interested in assisting with the minor roles around the league are urged to attend.

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