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Merry Christmas from the NTJSA

The NTJSA office will be closed from Tuesday 16 December until Monday 12 January 2015. If you need to contact us please call NTJSA President Dale Rigby on 0419 367 087.

Congratulations to
NTJSA Club Of The Year


(L-R) Jeff Beckett, Tamara Beckett, Ben Radbone and Nik Djonlija
League Winners

The NTJSA congratulates the following teams on becoming league winners and runners up for 2014 - determined as per previous announcement regarding average points per game.
Junior Girls:
Winner - WD She Devils
Runner up - NR Angels

Senior Girls:
Winner - WD Jets
Runner up - RO Matildas

U11 Div 1:
Winner - WD Strikers
Runner up - NLE Kings

U11 Div 2:
Winner - LU Crocs
Runner up - LU Hawks
U11 Div 3:
Winner - NR Thunder
Runner up - RO Scorchers

U13 Div 1:
Winner - RO Lions
Runner up - WD Wanderers

U13 Div 2:
Winner - RO Tigers
Runner up - Del Devils
U15 Div 1:
Winner - NLE Firebirds
Runner up - WD Piranhas

U15 Div 2:
Winner - RO Panthers
Runner up - GT Northern Eagles

Winner - WD Daredevils
Runner up - LTON Lions

And the Winner of the Tom Strickland Football Scholarship is...

The winner of the inaugural Tom Strickland Scholarship is Fletcher Fulton from Launceston United Soccer Club.

Fletcher is pictured here with Tom's daughters and grandsons. Fletcher will receive a monetary prize to help him further his football career.

The NTJSA wishes to congratulate all nominees on their outstanding achievement.

(Pictured left to right) Thomas Gibbons, Natasha Gibbons, Joseph Strickland, Fletcher Fulton and Heather Strickland

Tom Strickland Scholarship Winner 2014

NTJSA wishes to congratulate our Rep Teams that all travelled interstate for competition
either at the Gold Coast (U12 gold and U14) or at Merimbula.
Our U13 Girls won their tournament - CONGRATULATIONS GIRLS!

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Recently Football Federation Australia (FFA) launched the rebranding of small sided football, the exciting new brand is MiniRoos.

The formats from Small Sided Games have not changed with this rebranding, it is a new exciting way for allowing kids to associate with the sport giving it an appealing brand to draw in participants and help them engage in our sport.

Find out more at our MiniRoos page or the MiniRoos web site.


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