The 2018 Junior Committee comprises over 20 dedicated volunteers that work together to field our 23 teams each week. The community spirit and selfless effort of our people are the keys to the smooth working of our Junior Committee. We know that the stars of the club are our kids, the coaches and parents are a key to guiding them and we want to give all our people the best community footy experience possible. Our key Committee contacts are below.
JUNIOR CLUB PRESIDENT
Like all passionate Burners parents Peter loves to watch his kids play. Having coached at the club and Auskick level, his commitment to community and self esteem of our young is most paramount to him. Culture is most primary, BJFC’s reputation as a strong, ethical football club creates one club junior players into Senior Blackburn footballers. He is a local registered Osteopath and founder of a NFP charity UpStanding Kids once again trying to enhance the physical and mental health of our future stars.
0402 112 069
JUNIOR CLUB VICE PRESIDENT
Spencer’s interest in the game started in the 60’s with South Melbourne and continues today with an even greater love for the Blackburn Football Club. With working for the AFL and seeing my son Alastair play there is never enough football in a day for me.
0407 252 994
JUNIOR CLUB TREASURER
Pat is a passionate burners supporter who has seen his son and 2 daughters progress through Auskick into the junior club, of which he is the current Treasurer, Pat is a partner in a local family financial business located in Blackburn (Paris Financial), who are also valued sponsors of the club.
0411 748 790
DIRECTOR OF JUNIOR FOOTBALL
Ex player at BFC. Assistant coach & runner to u16 girls last year. Involved with the club since early 80’s. Hoping the Club goes from strength to strength in the future..
0425 849 247
ALWAYS IN OUR THOUGHTS
Tim dealt with many people around the EFL, YJFL and their member clubs.
Dave’s passion for football started watching Collingwood the late 70s try and win a premiership. Playing football at Blackburn from 1994 till 2000 then an assistant coaching role for the Blackburn U/19 from 2006 till 2008 added to that passion. This is Dave’s third year on the committee and he remains as passionate today about football as he was in his younger years and enjoys helping the local community.