Rams to develop new strategic plan

With a view to taking the club in new directions, the new Byron Bay Football Club committee is developing a strategic plan for the next couple of years. To meet that end, the committee has organised a series of consultative meetings and is inviting mums and dads of junior players and senior players, both men and women, to attend.

Some emphasis will be placed on the social aspects of the club and the way new playing fields at Ewingsdale - once developed - will impact on the club.

The first of the meetings - all to be held at the Byron Bay Bowling Club - for soccer dads of children aged 5 to 15 will be held on Friday, February 20, at 6 pm.

It will be followed by a meeting of soccer mums of junior players on Saturday, February 21, at 9.30 am, senior boys and men on Saturday February 28 at 9 am, senior girls and women afterwards at 2 pm, followed by all committee members and intending coaches at 4 pm on the same day.

This year, premiership-winning coach Peter Ware is back in charge of the Premier squad, with Geoff Finch coaching the Premier women's team.


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