After a 6-month wait we finally scored a spot at the Bunnings Mascot Sausage Sizzle to again raise some much-needed club funds!
Today saw the annual SCRKC Sausage Sizzle Fund Raiser at the new Bunnings Eastgardens. Thanks to everyone who came and sizzled and served a total of 676 sausages! Now for the important news…. the count has been made and we raised a whooping $1,122.75 profit! Look out for us at the Mascot Bunnings next!
NSW KORFBALL CHAMPIONSHIP CUP is about to start. Lock in these dates and don’t miss the action…
It’s official, the new Sydney City Redbacks Korfball Committee for 2017 has been elected over Tacos and Beer at El Loco last night.
To celebrate another great year of Korfball with the Redbacks we gathered together at the Observer Hotel in the Rocks on Saturday to reminisce on a year past, and to reveal the big winners of the annual Redbacks awards!
Thanks to everyone who made it to the Korf Xmas Kayak and BBQ on the shore of Manly last month!
The festive crew of Santa’s paddled around in the pristine waters of the north harbour jumping out on a remote beach before racing back to the mainland for an afternoon BBQ feast provided by Victoria and Elise / cooked by Ian and Rob! This was then followed with a few rounds of Finska to finish the days activities (yes us Korfers like to try alternate European games)!
It’s official your new SCRKC committee has been elected!
Standby for an action packed Korf year with the Redbacks!
Korfball Australia News thanks to Roy Kirkby and Nonie Kirkby.
In a season where the Redbacks reached the final of the B Grade National Championships in Melbourne, and the club welcomed an array of new players from far and wide, we gathered together on July 15th 2015 to play the end of season match friendly followed by the eagerly awaited annual awards night!
The friendly match drew in a good crowd of both experienced and new players including an appearance from Clinton and Bec (original members of SCRKC) to welcoming new faces Ian and Ben (both keen Korfers playing on the international scene). It was great to have some full court action both for the new players to experience a full game, and for the more experienced players to pull out a move or 2. We had so much fun that the score didn’t matter and we announced the match a tie!
In need of a beer we continued on to the Local Taphouse in Darlinghurst for the most important aspect of the day the 2014/2015 Awards Night, hosted by none other than Team G and the Club President Victoria Wah.