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Once Again The Football Family Supports The Community

Published: 26/11/2014 11:16:00 AM
It's the season of giving.
Let the ESFA Football Family once again come together to support a worthy charity, Ronald McDonald House in Randwick.
If you are wishing to participate in this event, please see the information below.

Last chance, deadline extended!

CUFC FootGolf Charity Day Reminder

Gday ESFA Family! This is an invitation to enter upto 8 players for our upcoming Charity Footgolf Day. We've extended the deadline for players with your spot secured by making payment by  Friday November 28th, so please get your RSVP and funds in ASAP to make this a terrific event.

Please support our club, The Ronald McDonald House in Randwick, and Life! Event details included again below. We hope to see you there!

Event Details

What: FootGolf Charity Day
When: 30 November 2014, 10.00 AM start, 2.00PM finish
Where: Colonial Golf Course, Wellington Road, Werrington NSW
Cost: $66 per person, includes 18 holes of footgolf and lunch
Payment: To secure your spot deposit your registration fee into the CUFC bank account details provided below.

Secure your spot by Friday 21 November to avoid disappointment as spaces are limited!

Register Today 
Please feel free to bring partners and friends and help make the day a huge success for your club and the RMH charity. 

Bank: CBA
Account Name: Coogee United Seniors Football Club
BSB: 062-148
Account Number: 10462534
Reference: FG Your Club & Name  

For Love and FootGolf, 


About Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House in Randwick provides a home away from home for families having to come to the Children's Hospital from rural regions of the state for specialist treatment. I have seen first hand how important this facility is to these families who are already having to deal with devastating illnesses  to their kids.

About FootGolf

Footgolf is a precision sport where players kick a football into a cup in as few shots as possible. Its name is a portmanteau of "football" and "golf". It is closely related to golf. The game is played the same way as golf, except players use a football instead of a golf ball, and the ball is kicked rather than struck with a club, working towards a 21-inch "cup" in place of the usual golf hole. Read the rules and more here!


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