Affiliated with EFNL. Seniors, Reserves, U19's, Junior Boys & Girls Teams, two Women's Teams, Veterans Football & Women’s Netball. We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land in Boronia.
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The EFNL is pleased to announce that we’re launching an important partnership with Knox Private Hospital Emergency Department today. Knox Private Hospital is our preferred partner to provide expert emergency medical services to all registered football and netball players throughout the season. Knox Private Hospital ED is located at 262 Mountain Hwy Wantirna, call 1800 566 933.
Special offer Knox Private Hospital is offering all 2021-registered players $120 off the ED fee until the end of the 2021 season. So instead of them paying the usual $320 they’ll only pay a $200 out-of-pocket ED fee.
Why choose Knox Private Hospital ED?
• Be seen sooner – minimal wait times • Urgent medical care by expert emergency doctors • Access to leading specialist doctors including surgeons • Rapid assessment • Onsite diagnostic tests, imaging and pathology
How it works at ED on the day
• Attend Knox Private Hospital ED with your Medicare card • Tell the staff you’re a registered EFNL player. (You may need to show your registration email) • Be seen by an emergency physician • On the day pay a discounted ED fee of $200. Usually $320. • Knox will you provide you with a receipt. • You can choose to make an insurance claim if you wish. • Find out more about how to make a claim https://efnl.org.au/knoxprivatehospitaled/
Dear Past Players, As a former player at the BHFNC we hope your association with us doesn’t completely diminish over time. Our club has always had a proud tradition of making former players most welcome when they visit our club for a home game at ‘The Hawka!’ We actually have a huge past player community that does support the club on a regular basis and our culture of inclusion has never been stronger. Other clubs marvel at our past player support on game day and when we reflect on its success, the answer lies in our capacity to make past players and supporters feel most welcome.
Whether through Murra’s Past Players & Supporters Group or Bomma’s Hawks Nest Coterie Group, we tend to be able to reach out to the 100’s of past players that have once donned the brown and gold jumper throughout each year and give them feedback on our proud clubs progress. This year, I’d love to be able to give more PP than ever before face to face feedback.
After the tumultuous year of 2020, I’m reaching out to all past players to make an extra effort to get down to the club at some stage throughout season 2021. It really is like groundhog day when you do visit, the same voices, the same characters and we will make sure you enjoy the experience.
This year our playing list is as strong as it has been for many a year. Our coaching group is excited about our prospects and we really hope to build on the PP community to make the effort to re-visit our club. Our home game dates are as follows:
APRIL 17 V MULGRAVE
MAY 1 V HEATHMONT
MAY 8 V THE BASIN
MAY 22 V RINGWOOD
JUNE 5 V MULGRAVE
JUNE 19 V SOUTH BELGRAVE
JULY 10 V TEMPLESTOWE
JULY 24 V KNOX
AUG 7 V SOUTH BELGRAVE
Whether you played 100 games or 2, you have all left a legacy at our club. We very much look forward to seeing you all at some stage at The Hawka in season 2021!
BRING YOUR PLASTIC CARDS PLEASE! Boronia Hawks BHFNC is moving towards a cashless system in 2021.
To help reduce the health and safety risk for our volunteers, Boronia Hawks FNC will accept plastic cards or phone payments in place of cash for most of our face-to-face sales. We will offer EFT or EFTPOS payments for Club memberships, uniforms, merchandise, social events, bar and canteen. We will continue to accept cash at the canteen, but with a strong preference for “tap and go” payments. We can still accept cash for larger payments for now, if necessary, but are moving to be a cash-free club for the season.
We hope that you all understand that this change is necessary as part of our COVID-19 protocols as we move into the new season. But it also helps us to reduce the administrative burden and personal risk for our volunteers who are responsible for the handling and banking of cash. People are used to swiping or tapping a card for food, entertainment and services nowadays and we ask for your support as we respond to community expectations.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you.
David Nicholas FINANCE DIRECTOR, BHFNC 0430 223 477 firstname.lastname@example.org