2016 Delegates General Meeting – 22 February 2016
The CSSL Delegates General Meeting is to be held on Monday, 22 February 2016, 7.30 pm. The venue is The Elmwood Pub, 1 Normans Road.
- Season start is 3 April 2016.
- The League Calendar will be discussed and confirmed.
- Team registration details required using the Excel spreadsheet available on the League website.
- Team cards may be available at the meeting or will be posted out at a later date.
- Clubs need to confirm their delegates and each team organisers contact details (email address especially important).
- Clubs also need to consider their ground preferences for the season.
- 10% of the team entry fee needs to be paid by this meeting ($75.00 per team entered). As well any monies owing from previous years needs to be settled by this meeting.
2015 Bolam Cup and CSSL Trophy Winners
Congratulations to the 2015 Bolam Cup winners St Albans Squires A and the CSSL Trophy winners Avonhead B. Also well done to finalists Alvarado’s and Glenbyre B. Both games were entertaining to watch.
|Bolam Cup:||St Albans Squires A||2||v||Alvarado’s||1|
|CSSL Trophy:||Avonhead B||2||v||Glenbyre B||1|
2015 CSSL Division Winners
|Division 1:||Avonhead B|
|Division 2:||Prebbleton Rovers|
|Division 3:||Southern Districts Salamanders|
|Division 4:||Avonhead C|
Keep it [+]
Mainland Football and the CSSL would like to present you the Keep it Positive campaign.
- We all love the game of football. Players, coaches, parents, spectators and officials all want and deserve a positive experience each time they take the field. Sadly Mainland Football currently deal with far too many misconduct reports, incident reports and general complaints. To ensure football maintains a high level of integrity we must ensure that everyone involved plays their part. Players, coaches, parents, spectators and officials each have a responsibility and duty of care to act appropriately and collectively to enhance our local football community.
- With this campaign we would like to make everyone aware that:
- We all need to understand what behaviours are acceptable and unacceptable, on and off the field.
- We all have a role to play in keeping it positive on and off the field.
- We all want to decrease the number of incidents of abuse and assaults on and off the field and retain our beautiful game.
- We all deserve a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone to play in.