The executive committee meet monthly. If you would like to contact us or raise a concern please contact us.
The current 2021 committee;
Michael joined the committee at the end of 2018 after three years involvement as an assistant coach/supporter for his son’s team. Michael is keen to add to the momentum created by the committee over the past few years and the wonderful contribution to community spirit that the club brings. Michael‘s experience is across a number of areas including IT, partner development and corporate governance and wishes to help take the BLFC to the next level.
Vice President (Juniors) – Steve Jones
Steven has a passion for football having played, coached and refereed for over 35 years. He has been associated with Bardon Latrobe for over 6 years with both his son and daughter playing for the club. He is joining the committee as Vice-President (juniors) and has goals to improve involvement and progression of our juniors into the older age groups whilst improving coaching at the club across all age groups. In addition, for the past 3 years, he has been the referee coordinator for the club. Steven also enjoys playing for the club in the over 35s.
Ross joined Bardon Latrobe in the 2017 season and became a popular member of the senior teams. Representing Bardon Latrobe at Capital and City level Ross’ best moment at the club came as the captain during the City 5 grand final win in 2018. Ross is keen to assist the Capital teams in playing as high as possible whilst maintaining the current playing numbers in the senior set up.
Karen has been associated with Bardon Latrobe going on three years. She has three children of which her two boys play with the club. Karen started off as manager, U7 Age-Coordinator and now Secretary.
Karen has a great community spirit and is enthusiastic about creating an inclusive club for all the community to enjoy.
Treasurer – Samuel Irvine Casey
Samuel has been able to call Bowman Park home for over 15 years since joining the club as a junior in 2001. During his time at Bardon Latrobe he has been a referee (2011-12), a coach (2012-13), a manager (2016) and club captain (2011). One of his fondest memories of his time at Bardon Latrobe is the Georges River trip in 2007.
Phil fell in love with football watching Derby County most Saturdays with his old man. He remains a die hard Ram’s supporter. Phil is now a Bardon local and has two boys who have played at Bardon Latrobe for over 6 years. His main aim is to ensure the members have a great experience at BLFC and develop a life long love of the world game.
Mark joined the committee in 2018 as Vice President (Juniors). A junior coach and O35s player Mark is a passionate advocate for our junior members and has been integral in repairing, maintaining and developing the quality of the playing surfaces at Bowman Park.