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August Assessment Schedule 2017-18

Each player must attend their own age group assessment unless given special permission by the Lakehill technical director. Any player already selected to these teams is expected to attend the assessments. If you are unable to attend assessments or have any questions, please contact the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 July 2017 09:59 Read more...
 

2017-18 VIPL/Gold Preliminary Assessments

The following are the results of the player assessments held to date. The club wishes to thanks all players who attended and took part. Some teams are fully formed and others still require additional players - and will be filled from additional player assessments in August. Players already selected are still expected to attend these assessments in August. Any questions or concerns can be directed to the Lakehill and/or Gorge technical directors.

 

U13 GIRLS

*Pooled Gorge/Lakehill roster. A number of spots are being left open to be filled after August assessments.

Taylor

Hildebrand

Jade

Kilpatrick

Julia

Mannall-Fretwell

Abby

McDonald

Simone

Nagasaki

Jayne

Noyce

Kaylen

Page

Abigail

Reid

Ari

Wiewiorowski

*6-7 spots still available

 

U13 BOYS

*Lakehill only roster. A number of spots are being left open to be filled after August assessments.

Thomas

Andersen

Sinclair

Astridge

Tristan

Brulot-Sawchyn

Kian

Colgate

Harrison

Helliwell

Cypress

Kouri

Anand

Nijjar

Liam

Richards

Andrew

Sorensen

Oliver

Westhaver

*4-5 spots still available

 

U15 GIRLS

*The following Gorge/Lakehill players have been selected for the pooled Bays/Gorge/Lakehill/Peninsula VIPL team.

Miriam

Blakeley

Grace

O'Regan

Devynn

Reddy

Adaiah

Tupas-Singh

Charlotte

Westhaver

Delaney

Woods

 

U16 GIRLS

*Gorge/Lakehill/Bays.

Avery

Alston

 

Rawdia

Bartrim

 

Halle

Brum

 

Simone

Caruso

 

Maliyah

Colombe

 

Shauntelle

Dick-Charleson

 

Hannah

Jaques

 

Megan

Johnson

 

Madison

Marsh

 

Kaitlyn

McIntyre

 

Mya

Nelson

 

Halayna

Peskett

 

Indyana

Ricci

 

Mikayla

Strandberg

 

Keely

Van Stone

 

*1-2 spots still available


U17 GIRLS

Lucy

Beauchemin

Tejal Simran

Cheema

Nesha

Colgate

Rachael

Grant

Maren

Konrad

Chantal

Kwan

Autumn

Lewis

Kayley

Lidstone

Zoe

Lott

Tayah

McKinnon

Ella

O'Regan

Sydney

Paula

Ella

Perry

Chantel

Smith

*4-5 spots still available

 

U18 GIRLS

Madeline

Anderson

Emily

Blair

Haleigh

Bodner

Andrea

DeMeo

Sarah

Eckard

Jade

Hadley

Emiko

Hourston

Leah

Johnson

Tess

Klein

Alyssa

Paula

Delanie

Rand

Devon

Rees

Portia

VanderMerwe

Karlee

Zaruk

*4-5 spots still available

 

U15 BOYS

Mattheus

Achadinha

Jonathan

Ami

Marc

Brulot-Sawchyn

Koji

Croke

Daniel

Damian

Elias

Dau

Javier

Duran

Alexander

Emery

Sebastian

Emery

Rayce

Gammon

Teegan

Harding

Shamus

McKinnon

Colby

Parker

Jake

Robson

Calaen

Rourke

Gavin

Seymour

*Possibly 1 spot still available

 

U16 BOYS

Alex

Andersen

Matthew

Cafferky

Jakob

Crljenkovic

Tiago

De Melo

Rowan

Enns

Samuel

Harvie

Carson

Kamerbeek

Jaydon

Kwan

Ethan

Marthinsen

Kadin

Martin

Caleb

Sam

Liam

Trett

*4 spots still available

 

U17/18 BOYS

Nicholas

Andrianos

Takeshi

Croke

Selou

da Silva

Sergio

Duran

Ethan

Emile

Griffin

Fougner-Rukus

Sam

Parbery

Cameron

Paul

Naoya

Pimlott

Sean

Randhawa

Solomon

Schafer

David

Thomson

Quinton

Tom

Caleb

Wallden

*4-5 spots still available

 

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 July 2017 22:09
 

Field Marshall Program

Background:

Referee retention has been a troubling issue over the past few years in Victoria.  This shortage  has many causes, but the most worrisome is the abuse from team officials, parents and spectators towards the youth referees. This abuse can come in many forms but in particular, it is the personal, provocative and public verbal abuse regarding the referee’s on-field performance that causes many referees to quit.

This unacceptable behavior towards all game officials but in particular towards our youth must be addressed if soccer is to have an adequate supply of referees. The Field Marshall (FM) Program is intended to empower one individual to speak up on behalf of the officials amongst their fellow spectators.

Specifics:

  • Role of the FM is to be a friendly, in-person reminder that soccer is just a game and that every participant deserves our respect

  • All U9-U18 teams participating in Lakehill Soccer Association (LSA) play must designate an individual at each game (home and away) to act as FM

  • The FM will be identified with a fluorescent safety vest provided by Lakehill Soccer.

  • Potential problems that the FM will be on the lookout for may include:  inappropriate comments, gestures and/or general unsporting behavior directed at referees, players or any other individual by your team's parents/spectator

Field Marshall Responsibilities:

  • Wear the FM vest provided to clearly identify yourself.

  • At the beginning of each game, remind Lakehill parents/spectators to please keep their comments to themselves and to refrain from vocalizing complaints during the game (it is not expected that the FM will engage with the opposing team’s spectators).

  • Position yourself in the middle of your team's spectators’ area (move between groups of spectators if they are spread out)

  • Monitor the behavior of your team’s parents/spectators

  • Act to quickly diffuse potential problems by either being visible or calmly speaking with the individual(s) involved.   Avoid getting into a confrontation. This role is one of supporting the officials, not policing the supporters.

  • Support the game officials if they request help. .

  • If a spectator’s behaviour continues or escalates, advise him/her that a report will be filed with the club.

  • As soon as possible following the game, submit a report to the Lakehill Director of Conflict Resolution

  • Any concerns/complaints/compliments about game officials at away games should be directed to Lower Island Soccer

All Lakehill youth teams are expected to participate in the FM Program

​Do: Your best to ensure respect and sportsmanship is shown by Lakehill parents towards everyone at the field

Do: Try to calmly diffuse any tense situations using words and non-threatening gestures (such as smiling), while striving to maintain a neutral and diplomatic demeanour.

Do: Try to make note of any significant untoward behaviour, the individual responsible, and report it using the Field Marshall report form on the Lakehill website.

Do not: Physically engage individuals or put yourself in a dangerous position.

Do not: Make accusations towards or allegations against any individuals.

Do not: Engage in any behaviour that could escalate the situation.

Remember - the role of the Field Marshall is to be a friendly, in-person reminder that soccer is just a game and that every participant deserves our respect.

Last Updated on Friday, 28 October 2016 21:15