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EFL Life Membership


Morrison began his senior EFL journey with Croydon in 1992, playing 29 Colts games.

He took the step up to the Reserves team in 1994 and cemented his spot, playing 20 games for the season.

From then until 2009, Morrison was one of the club’s most reliable and charismatic players, finishing with 255 Reserves games and 18 senior matches.

Morrison moved a little further north to Kimberley Reserve in 2010 to join Chirnside Park. He has barely missed a beat over the past four years, playing 64 games, including 12 senior games. He has been the Panthers’ Reserves coach for the past three years.

EFL 50 years

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Screen Shot 2012-12-07 at 2.05.09 PMAs part of the EFL’s 50th year celebrations, clubs have been invited to nominate individuals who have played a significant part in the development of their clubs. “Service to the Game” awards are being presented throughout the year. All nominations are welcome for the consideration of the EFL 50th Year Steering Committee.

Last weekend, at the clubs annual President’s Luncheon a life member Allan Cousins of Chirnside Park Football Club was recognized.  Allan Cousins is described as a friend to all at the club. He currently serves on the committee of the senior club and is the head trainer, his efforts as a club trainerearning him life membership of the EFL Trainers’ Association in 2010.

A foundation member of the club, Alan was last weekend rewarded for his services to the game and Chirnside Park Football Club as “a person who only promotes positivity, served on every committee, steered the club forward in times of overwhelming objection and has never lost sight of desire to see Chirnside Park succeed”.  The EFL congratulates the latest group of recipients and sincerely thanks them for their services to the game. 


Jordan Gysberts



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Former EFL youngster Jordan Gysberts from the Melbourne Football Club has been announced as the Round 11 NAB AFL Rising Star nominee.

The 19-year-old mid-fielder earned his nomination after an outstanding performance on Friday night against Essendon at the MCG. He complemented his 30 possessions with four tackles and eight marks. Jordan, who turns 21 next week, spent a number of years in the Eastern Football League playing for Chirnside Park and then Norwood.

The nomination is Jordan’s second, after he was nominated after Round 11 of the 2010 season, before his season was cut short with a back injury.   Under the criteria for the NAB AFL Rising Star, a player may win nominations across two seasons, provided he has not played more than 10 games and is under 21 years of age.

Jordan made his AFL debut in Round Ten last year and was nominated as a Rising Star after his second league game. After returning to the VFL, he suffered a back injury and did not play in

the last two months of the season. This year, Jordan played his first senior match in Round Three and his sure-ball handling and neat disposal has kept him in the senior side since and won him another rising star nomination. Melbourne coach Dean Bailey said Jordan’s second Rising Star nomination demonstrates he is a key player with a promising future ahead.

“Jordie’s contribution against Essendon was terrific, he’s just a natural footballer who is clearly at home at the elite level of AFL,” Bailey said. Jordan represented Vic Metro in four matches in the 2009 NAB AFL Under 18 Championships before being drafted to Melbourne as selection 11 overall. During his stint with Vic Metro, Jordan averaged 16 possessions at 77 per cent efficiency and proved dangerous around goal, kicking five for the carnival.

In 2009, Jordan also played six matches with the Eastern Ranges and was part of the team’s leadership group. He averaged 23 disposals (nine contested) per match and was most impressive in the club’s two finals matches where he gathered a total of 50 possessions, 14 marks and booted three goals.

Chirnside Park wishes to congratulate Jordan on this achievement and continues to support him as he builds what we hope is a long and fruitful career in football.

Black Saturday 2009



2009: 7 February 'Black Saturday'


The Chirnside Park Football Club will be holding a family evening on Friday 20th February 2009, to help raise money for the Victorian Bushfire Appeal.  The club is hosting a charity game with the under 30's taking on the over 30's.  There will be an Auskick Grid game at half time.  We welcome the local community, EFL members, & local Businesses down to Kimberley Reserve, Chirnside Park from 6.00pm onwards to help raise money for those who are currently in need.  A donation booth will be set up, along with raffles and auctions throughout the duration of the evening.

All proceeds from this will be going straight to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal.

We have entertainment for the kids, a Bouncy Castle from 5pm - 9pm.


Warren B Walker will be playing from the rooms on the same evening from approximately

8.30 - 11.30pm so for those who want to have a few drinks (all proceeds forwarded on) and listen to some good music are more than welcome to stay on and enjoy.

We have also been Donated:


Dishwasher with Free installation (on the labour only, parts may be required)

Gold Class movie tickets

Signed South Dragons Basket Ball Club team poster

Tickets to watch the South Dragons 1st Final

Signed Nth Melbourne Jumper

Signed Michael Clarke Cricket Bat

$100 meal voucher to Bonavita Cafe/Restaurant

Fenix Fitness Club 3 month membership

$150 Jammad Hamper  

$500 Good Year Bayswater Voucher for 5 tyres (to the value of $500)

$1000 1 days painting (paint & labour ) valued approx

1 Night accommodation & breakfast for 2 @ Hilton on the Park Webber

This is a joint club effort, so if you can lend a hand on the day we encourage you to do so.



Family Evening 20 Feb 2009

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The annual President’s Luncheon was very well attended by a good cross section of 80 plus people from various divisions of the club, which included some of our much valued sponsors.  Our resident MC and life member Peter Anthony got things rolling by introducing life members and special guests. Auskick President Simon Steer spoke on the formation of Vic kick which is now Auskick and how it has grown to over 200 participants.  Justin touched on how the club was directly involved with the fires as we had members on the front fighting and others who lost some property. As a president he couldn’t be more prouder of the members and the community who attended and rallied behind this worthy cause. 

The President handed over the cheque for $13,240.75 to Mr Kevin Crosato who is the Eastern Central Council President for St Vincent de Paul Society, this was the total amount raised for the bushfire victims at a special family club day fundraiser held on February 20th which saw over 3000 people attending.  Kevin spoke on how the society was formed and his involvement as a volunteer for the past 21 years with St Vinnies. He also spoke on where the money and how it would be spent to help the victims who survived the horrific fires of black Saturday.

A bit of humour was also thrown in about how he missed out on playing for Carlton, it was a guy by the name of Jezza who was just that little bit better than him, who got the nod. And Kevin finished off with a true story about how Big Bad Mel Brown who played for Richmond in 1973-74, got his retribution when playing in Perth against a church team. Lets just say, he got in return what he dished out himself. 

Overall it was a very successful and eventful day for Chirnside Park Football club and the bush fire appeal.




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