Phil Carmichael re-elected President, , Susan McKie re-elected Secretary, Wayne Batterham re-elected Treasurer.
Coaching appointments, Seniors, Steve Clark. Reserves, Matt Russell, U18’s Div. 1, Brendan Thompson, Div.4, David Dowd U16’s Div.1, Nathan Storer, U14’s Div.2, Richard Hockley, Div.7 Steve Rose, U12’s, Mick McGuinness, Paul Kelly, Simon Stephenson, U10’s Adam Pearson, Gavin Hobbs, David Blyth.
Netball, A and B, Leah Wilson, C’s Sarah Jeffreys, D’s Simone Fagan, 19U’s Anna Kontogeorgis, 17U’s Leah Wilson, Jana McElhinney, 15U’s Sarah Jeffreys, Stacey Learmonth, Nicole Maxton, Deslea Taberner, Ashley Taberner, 13U’s Claire McFadyen, May Blackhall, Courtney-Anne Blackhall, Sarah Kitchen, Deslea Taberner.
Captains, Seniors Jai Thompsom, Reserves Mitchell Butteriss, U18 Div.1 Matthew Gunn, Div.4 Kain McKinnis, U16 Div.1 Logan Wagener, U14 Div.2 Louis Clifton, Div.7 Maitland Connoley, Youth Girls Vanessa Lewcki.
Leopold fields Seniors, Reserves, U18’s (2) in the GFL, U16’s, U14’s (2), U12’s (3), U10’s (3) and Girl’s Youth in the Geelong Junior Football League.
Leopold netball fields A, B, C, D, 19U’s, 17U’s (2), 15U’s (4), 13U’s (5) and 11U’s (5) in the GFNA.
13U Netballer Allie Smith selected to train and play with the U17 Geelong Flyers team.
A Grade netballer Emily Mannix represented Vic 19U at the Australian National Championships.
Marcus Thompson, Jayden McHenry and Jack Hudson training with the Geelong Falcons. Jaden McHenry selected in the Falcons U18 Victorian Country Squad.
Youth Girls footballers Lucy and Cheryl De Groot, Tamikka Beeston and Vanessa Lewicki represented Vic Country/Tasmania in the 2013 AFL Youth Girls Championships. Vanessa Lewicki was Captain.
Brooke Lowe, Breanna Maslen, Cheryl DeGroot, Lily Marley, Maddison Giles, Vanessa Lewicki, Kaitlyn DeCesare and Lucy DeGroot played in the V/Line Cup Youth Girls Vic. Country Championships.
Vanessa Lewicki (Asst. Coach), Brooke Lowe, Bianca Prestipino, Cheryl DeGroot, Lucy DeGroot, Lily Marly, Kaitlyn DeCesare and Breanna Maslen were selected in the GJFL Interleague team.
U18’s Brendon Wray kicks 10 goals when Leopold 19-10-124 defeat St Albans 2-5-17 in round 4.
Netballers Holly-Anne Hood and Emily Mannix selected to play for the Victorian Flames in the
Australian Netball League.
Rachael King, Kaitlyn Amor and Emily Mannix selected in the GFl team of the year.
15U netballer Jaimee Vanleerdam selected to play in Victorian State School team in the National Championships. She also played 17U and B Grade games for Leopold.
The Club mourns the passing of Tom Fitzgerald. (24-06-2013). Tom was the Club’s inaugural Vice-President in 1955, Club Captain 1956, Committee member 1955 to 1961 and played 22 games during 1956-57.
Seniors finish 10th of 12 teams with 5 wins. Reserves, 9th of 12 teams with 7 wins. U18’s Div.1, 2nd of 8 teams with 13 wins and reach Grand Final, Leopold 9-8-62 St Marys 11-15-81, Div. 4, 6th of 10 teams with 6 wins.
U16’s Div.1, 6th of 8 teams with 6 wins. U14’s Div.2, 3rd of 8 teams with 9 wins and reach Grand Final, Leopold 7-12-54 Lara 10-6-66. Div.7, 1st of 8 teams with 11 wins and win Grand Final Leopold 7-8-50 St Mary’s 4 5-8-38.
U12’s Gold finish with 12 wins. Green, 11 wins. Lions, 6 wins. U10’s Gold 2 wins, Green 5 wins, Lions 8 wins. Youth Girls finish 3rd of 5 teams with 5 wins and reach 1st Semi Final, Matthew Flinders/Modewarre 5-4-34 Leopold 2-2-14.
U14’s Div.7 2013 premiership player, Jack Rose follows in the footsteps of brother Tom, who played in U14’s Div.5 premiership in 2010 and father Stephen Rose, Reserves premiership player in 1982 and 1988.
Netball A Grade finish 2nd of 11 teams with 15 wins and reach Preliminary Final, Leopold 42 Sth Barwon 48. B’s finish 4th of 12 teams with 13 wins and reach Elimination Final, St Mary’s 46 Leopold 42, C’s finish 4th of 12 teams with 13 wins and reach Grand Final, Leopold 36 St Joseph’s 42. D’s finish 5th of 12 teams with 12 wins and reach Preliminary Final, Colac 30 Leopold 27.
U19’s finish 8th of 11 teams with 7 wins. 17U’s Div.1 finish 8th of 11 teams with 4 wins. Div.2 finish 7th of 10 teams with 5 wins.
15U’s Div.1 finish 2nd of 11 teams with 15 wins and reach Grand Final, Leopold 23 Colac 26. Div.2 finish 2nd of 11 teams with 13 wins and win Grand Final, Leopold 20 Sth Barwon 15. Div.3 finish 1st of 7 teams with 12 wins and win Grand Final Leopold Lions 26 GWSP 10. Div.5 finish 5th of 7 teams with 4 wins.
U13’s Div.1 finish 3rd of 11 teams with 13 wins and reach First Semi-final, Colac 36 Leopold 23. Div.2 finish 4th of 12 teams with 13 wins and reach Elimination Final, Leopold 10 St Joseph’s 23. Div.3 finish 4th of 8 teams with 8 wins and reach First Semi-final, Sth Barwon 24 Leopold 11. Div.5 finish 6th of 9 teams with 2 wins.
Football best and fairest: Seniors Jai Thompson, Reserves Daniel Lane, U18’s Div.1 Thomas Harper, Div.4 Dillon King, U16’s Will McGuinness, U14’s Div.2 Tom Newton, Div.7 Jack Rose, U12’s Green Marcus Foote, Gold Jeb Taylor-Hewson, Lions Max Jenkin.
Girls Youth Brook Lowe.
Umpire’s best and fairest: Seniors Jai Thompson, Reserves Tyler Jones U18’s Div.1 Callum Stephens, Div.2 Dillon King, u16’s Div.1 Logan Wagener, U14’s Div.2 Max Kos, Div.7 Lucas Matsubara, Girls Youth Vanessa Lewicki.
League best and fairest: U16 Div.1 Logan Wagener. Logan was also selected as a team member in the Geelong Falcons U16 Country Championships and the GJFL U16 interleague team.
Ryan Wilson, Thomas Newton and Patrick Norton were selected as team members in the Geelong Falcons U15 V/Line Cup Victorian Championships with Patrick Norton Captain of the GJFL U15 Interleague team.
Thomas Newton and Max Kos selected in the GJFL U14 Interleague team.
Netball best and fairest: A Grade Rachael King, B Kirsty Heazlewood, C Lisa Carmichael, D Melissa Mortimer, 19U Tilly Skok, 17U Div.1 Erin Langmaid and Grace Alsop, Div.2 Chloe Scarlett, 15U Div.1 Hannah Welsh, Div.2 Amy Foot, Div.3 Emma Kleindienst and Sarah Harris, Div.5 Tahnee Parsons, 13U Div.1 Tanayah Blackhall, Div.2 Sophie Mitchell, Div.3 Katelyn Brokling Div.5 Shae Charman.
Umpires best and fairest: A Grade Nikki Cooke, B Kirsty Heazlewood, C Lisa Carmichael, D Bronwyn Roberts, 19U Naomi Edwards.
League best and fairest: 19U Naomi Edwards runner up, 15U Div.2 Lucy Simmons, Div.3 Sarah Harris, Div.5 Oznur Acar, 13U Div.1 Shelby Drummond runner up.
Ashleigh Coghlan (11U),Allie Smith and Ella Mannix (13U) represented Leopold at Interleague level.
Geelong Netball League team of the year included Rachael King, Kaitlyn Amor and Emily Mannix.
Football leading goal kickers: Seniors Jason Tom 32, Reserves Tyler Jones 33, U18’s Div.1 Brendon Wray 57, Div.4 Jack Benjamin 28, U16’s Div.1 Logan Wagener 24, U14’s Div.2 Max Kos 44, Div.7 Lucas Matsubara 26, U12’s Green Harry Morrison 15, Gold Jeb Taylor-Hewson 36, Lions Jeremy Smith 11, U10’s Green Jacob Eastwood 16, Gold Quinn Manganelli and Anthony Tanner 6, Lions Thomas Williams 11. Youth Girls Breanna Maslen 20.
League equal leading goal kicker: U18’s Div.1 Brendon Wray (35). (Year Total, all games 57)
Netball leading goal shooters: A Grade Rachael King 497, B Emma Allwright 567, C Claire McFadyen 413, D Rachael Murray 258, 19U Naomi Edwards 259, 17U Div.1 Naomi Edwards 208, Div.2 Chloe Scarlett 169, 15U Div.1 Annabel Simmons 232, Div.2 Mekah Blackhall 289, Div.3 Alexandra Barry 204, Div.5 Alana Brew 47, 13U Div.1 Chloe Grundell 256, Div.2 Sophie Mitchell 212, Div.3 Amy Engel 153, Div.5 Tanna Murrells 63.
Junior football (U14 to U16), 50 games achieved by: James Kerr-Nelson, Jack Leamer-Alessi, Matthew Nowell, Patrick Norton, Zachary Putyra, Joseph Vallelonga and Logan Wagener.
Youth Girls, 50 games achieved by: Caitlyn McKinley. The first girl footballer to reach this milestone.
Under 14/16’s, 50 games achieved by: Matthew Nowell, Logan Wagener, Zachary Putyra, James Kerr-Nelson, Patrick Norton and Joseph Vallelonga.
Under 18’s, 50 games achieved by: Callum Stephens.
Seniors Football, 50 games achieved by: Aaron Tom, Thomas Quinlan and Cameron Devlin.
100 games, Timothy Marshall and Ryan Dahlhaus.
150 games, Timothy Connolly.
200 games, Adam Bond.
Netball, 50 games achieved by Rachael King, Sarah D’angelo, Claire McFadyen and Annette Kontogeorgis.
100 games, Nicole Walker, Kirsty Harper and Eliza Alsop.
150 games, Libby Elliott, Briana Spolding and Emma Allwright.
200 games, Sarah Jeffreys.
Leopold Netballers, Brooke Plowman, Nikki Cooke, Stacey Learmonth, Sarah Jeffreys, Leah Wilson, Annette Kontogeorgis, Melissa Mortimer and Rachael Murray win Gold in the Australian Masters Games 35+ Division playing for the Geelong Shufflers, 42 defeating Karratha 29.
Cricket nets and storage shed constructed at south east corner of second oval and old nets north end of main pavilion being removed to make room for new netball courts.
Life membership awarded to Adam Bond, Sarah Jeffreys and Darylann Carmichael.
Richard Hockley retires after a career spanning 22 years. Richard played 277 senior games from 1992 to
- His career achievements were, Daryl Walker Memorial Trophy 1994,98 – 00,10, seniors most
consistent 1994, seniors captain 1996 – 99, Reserves equal best and fairest 2004, runner up 2005, Reserves
Umpire’s best and fairest 2004,05, Reserves captain 2006, Reserves premiership player 2007, Reserves
coach 2004,07,08,09, U18 coach 1997 – 00, GFL U18’s coach of the year 2000, U15’s coach 1996,
U10’s coach 2008 – 11, Marty Dunstan MVP 1994,95, player, team of the Nineties, life member 2006,
Club football director 2010,11. Also played 63 games with Hawksdale and 38 with St Mary’s.
Steven Jeffreys retires after a career spanning 27 years. Steve played 100 junior and 347 senior games
(current club games record holder), from 1987 to 2013. His career achievements were, U15’s premiership player 1987, U15’s most consistent 1988, U15’s Club and Umpire’s best and fairest 1989, BFL Under 15’s best and fairest 1989, Daryl Walker Memorial Trophy 1989,07, Marty Dunstan MVP 1998, Reserves runner up best and fairest 1999, Reserves Club and Umpire’s best and fairest 2000, Reserves premiership player 2000 and 2007, Reserves Coach’s trophy 2006, Club Treasurer 2006,08, life member, 2003.
Shane Johnson retires after a career spanning 26 years. Shane played 91 junior and 325 senior games from 1988 to 2013. His career achievements were, U15’s Coach’s trophy 1988, U15’s premiership player
1988, U15’s most consistent 1989, U18’s Westpac MVP 1991, seniors Coach’s trophy 1998, U13’s coach 1999, Reserves Umpire’s best and fairest 1995, Reserves premiership player 2007, life member, 2004.