State-wide competition to wrap up Harden Soccer Club season, trials upcoming, successful AGM

LAST HURRAH: The season is almost over for the Harden Soccer juniors but this weekend's state-wide competition is set to sparkle. Picture: HME
LAST HURRAH: The season is almost over for the Harden Soccer juniors but this weekend's state-wide competition is set to sparkle. Picture: HME

The junior season finally wraps up for the Harden Soccer Club this weekend, when visiting teams from other associations take on local representative teams in the Football NSW Champion of Champions tournament.

This is a state-wide knockout competition, which pits winning teams from each association against each other.

The first round will be held at Roberts Park from 9am this Saturday, and features premiership winning teams from Sydney's Eastern Suburbs Association against our South West Slopes representative teams in the 12 yrs girls and boys, and the 16 yrs girls and boys age groups.

All SWSSA teams feature many Harden players, so there should be plenty of interest for the local supporters. 

The Harden club will be running a full canteen during the day.

Also, a reminder for those players interested in gaining selection for SWSSA Representative teams, that trials for these teams will be held at Mitchell Park,  Cootamundra,  on Sunday October 15, commencing at 9am.

For eligible age groups and further information regarding these trials, please see the Harden Soccer Club or SWSSA Facebook pages.

In other club news, the Harden Soccer Club held a successful AGM on Monday night, with all positions filled on the night.

The club looks forward to building on it's 2017 successes, but returning President, Greg Brown, warned that new committee members will be required beyond next season, as several long serving members will be stepping down after 2018.

Once again, the club would like to thank its players, parents and generous sponsors for their support in 2017.