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Baulkham Hills Hawks Hosts Great Annual Christmas Party

Baulkham Hills Hawks
The Baulkham Hills Hawks AFL Christmas Party was held on the 5th December at Charles McLaughlin Reserve. Over 150 people braved the heat and headed down to unveil the new scoreboard and celebrate.
The East Coast Eagles AFL Club supported the event and sent a lot of their Senior players along to lead activities. Harry and his team from AFL NSW were there with activities and inflatables for the kids. Mark from Kidspace and Socrates from Retro birdie icecream both did a brilliant job in the heat!
Myles from LED Screens Australia was responsible for the installation and provided support on the night with the onscreen unveiling. Matthew Starr from Bansktown Sports Club was also there to press the giant button and officially open the new scoreboard.
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There was a great turnout, with a brilliant atmosphere and everyone enjoyed the cool when the sun finally set!
Baulkham HIlls Hawks also thank Baulkham Hills Sports Club for their continued support and sponsorship of the club. The Club grant they received made this scoreboard possible. It will make a huge difference to the game day experience and for the community with outdoor events.
Registration is now open for the Club and if you register before the 31st December, registration is only $160 for our Junior boys and girls and $100 for Auskick plus you will receive a personalised Baulko Hawks training shirt. Your child’s place can be secured with a $60 deposit per child. Sibling discounts are available.
From the 1st Jan, registration will be $180 for Junior players.
There is also a new u9 girls competition so a $50 discount is also offered for our U9 girls and U9 boys for 2024. For more information please visit or email our Registrar, Karen at [email protected]
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