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JUNE 2014 • NO 73


CANTERBURY

JUNE 2014

CONTENTS

3 CEO’S REPORT

28 BULLDOGS

4 COMMUNITY

34 LAKEMBA

8 FLAME PIZZA + GRILL

36 THE BAY

10 BANYAN

38 BELFIELD

13 BEVERAGE

39 EARLWOOD

16 DYNASTY

40 FUNCTIONS

20 C-LIFE

42 INFORMATION

22 ENTERTAINMENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

L to R: Ray Dib (Director), Jonathan Brain (Chief Operating Officer), George Coorey (Director), Arthur Coorey (Vice President), Dr. George Peponis OAM (President), Dave Brace (Chief Executive Officer), Peter McMahon (Director), Barry Ward (Director), Steve Mortimer OAM (Director) The Board would like to thank outgoing director Tony Charlton for his 10 years of service to Canterbury.

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CEO’S REPORT

JUNE 2014

DEAR MEMBERS It is hard to believe that it has now been more than a year since I commenced at Canterbury. It has certainly been a whirlwind first year and the time has simply flown by. Along with getting to know the fantastic team, I have been fortunate to join at one of the most exciting times in the Club’s history including the development of the Club’s strategic plan and the commencement of the largest development project ever undertaken by Canterbury. At the Club’s AGM on 19 March, Members voted to support a number of resolutions to make changes to the Club’s membership structure. There is a full write-up of the changes on page 19, however I am pleased to report that we have already seen an increase in the number of new members joining since the changes were introduced. I would also like to officially welcome our former Associate Members to the Journal readership and we look forward to you enjoying the full benefits that membership at Canterbury has to offer. On April 16 the Club’s Masterplan Development Application (DA) was

considered by the Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP). Under planning regulations all projects with a value of more than $20 million are now referred to this state administered panel and I am pleased to report that our DA was approved in full. The project has now moved into its next phase which involves working with our architects on the detailed design. For a project as large and complex as ours the design phase will take several months, at which time we will be in a position to begin appointing builders with a view to commencing construction in late 2014. I look forward to providing more detail in our next Journal, however I encourage you to also follow the Club’s website and social media channels for the latest information.

General Meeting to finalise the transfer. As part of our review the decision has been made to close Earlwood Ex-Servicemen’s Club on June 30. Further information on the closure is included on page 39.

As part of the strategic plan we have been reviewing the Club’s full asset portfolio. As advised by our President Dr. George Peponis in the last Journal we have accepted a proposal from Wyong League Club for them to acquire the Bay Sports Club. The process to facilitate this is quite lengthy, however it continues to progress and we will keep members updated as we move towards a

Dave Brace

The recent AGM saw the appointment of a new Board to guide your club for the next two years. Congratulations to the six returning directors and a warm welcome to new director Peter McMahon. Congratulations also to Dr. George Peponis OAM and Arthur Coorey who have been reelected to the positions of President and Vice President respectively. I look forward to seeing you around the Club.

Chief Executive Officer

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COMMUNITY University scholarships to boost South West Sydney students For some high-school leavers, going to university may be a financial challenge and a drain on an already over-stretched family budget. Data collected by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS 2011 Survey) shows that the number of South West Sydney residents attending university is below the NSW average. A South West Sydney organisation called the Future Direction Network (FDN), established by Corey Payne, NSW Young Australian of the Year and former Bulldogs player, is hoping to inspire more high-school leavers to attend university by providing scholarships and mentoring to disadvantaged young people.

is providing two recipients with financial support to a combined value of $36,000 over three years to assist them complete their university degree. Each recipient receives $500 per month to help with their university related expenses.

“We all understand the challenges students from South West Sydney have in aspiring to attend university and more significantly, completing university degrees,” said Corey Payne, Executive Chairman of Future Direction Network.

“The money is used to help offset the costs of textbooks, travel and other expenses. We also encourage our recipients to use part of the funding to engage in university life and enjoy all that being a student has to offer,” said Corey.

“South West Sydney is the birthplace of FDN – the Board have all grown up in the region and are either first in their family or first generation to attend university. They are passionate about sharing and promoting that experience with other young people from the region.”

“We want the recipients to benefit from the rich experience that university can offer outside of the classroom as much as the experience inside of it.”

Through FDN, Canterbury League Club

Farewelling Bridget Burchell Canterbury has farewelled long-time staff member, Bridget Burchell, with an afternoon tea hosted by her colleagues in the Terrace Bar on 8 April. Bridget, who started in 1973 and has worked at the club for the past 41 years, had been a familiar face around Canterbury’s food and beverage outlets and always had a smile for patrons.

2014 FDN scholarship recipients with Her Excellency The Honourable Professor Marie Bashir AC CVO

“There are a lot of young people who live in Western Sydney who would like to attend university but for financial reasons, are unable to do so. We always want to

encourage young people to reach their fullest potential,” said Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of Canterbury League Club. To date, FDN has committed $108,000 to the development of six future Australian leaders. The FDN scholarships are open to Year 12 students studying and living in South West Sydney who intend on going to university and can demonstrate academic potential and financial need.

Her Excellency The Honourable Professor Marie Bashir AC CVO addressing guests at the ceremony

Aside from being a dedicated employee, Bridget also volunteered her time on numerous occasions to arrange the annual staff picnic day. “Bridget will be greatly missed by her colleagues and patrons that she has made friends with over the years. We wish her the best for her next stage of life and would like to thank her for her wonderful years of service,” said Dave Brace, CEO of Canterbury League Club.

Bridget with her work colleagues, Christine Mitchell and Meagan Peek, at the farewell afternoon tea

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JUNE 2014 GROW Community helping people overcome mental illness A fundraising initiative by the Rotary Club of Campsie has seen $20,000 raised on behalf of GROW Residential Community for on-going repairs and upgrades. Fundraising through weekly community markets and BBQs at Bunnings Greenacre, Campsie Rotary has managed to raise a whopping $15,000 with the help of their members and volunteers. A further $5,000 came from Canterbury League Club.

Based in West Hoxton, GROW Community is a live-in rehabilitation program for people experiencing mental illnesses or mental illness coupled with substance abuse. The retreat is set on over two hectares of bush land to accommodate 17 adults while they learn to re-integrate into the local community. The cheque presentation ceremony was held at Canterbury League Club. Campsie Rotary’s President, Frank Chahoud, and

Dave Brace, CEO of Canterbury League Club were on hand to present the cheque to Assistant Manager Louise Walker and resident, Darren, from GROW Residential Community. MP Tony Burke and City of Canterbury Mayor Brian Robson also attended the ceremony. The funds will be used to improve GROW’s multipurpose sports court which is a vital part in the overall rehabilitation program towards a healthy lifestyle and socialisation.

“Each year the Board of the Rotary Club of Campsie develops a strategic plan that supports a wide variety of local, national and international programs, and one specific focus project. The work with GROW is this year’s major focus project,” said Dr Helen Jagger, Secretary of the Rotary Club of Campsie. “Our President, Frank Chahoud, was previously a member of a community management team for the local GROW program and I’ve personally had contact with them through my work. Both of these contacts led us to have a good knowledge of the sound reputation and effectiveness of GROW as well as an understanding of the needs and limits of other sources of funding for them.”

Easter competition winners

L - R: City of Canterbury Mayor Brian Robson, GROW Assistant Manager Louise Walker, Canterbury CEO Dave Brace, Campsie Rotary President Frank Chahoud, MP Tony Burke and GROW resident Darren

Congratulations to our Easter winners, we hope you enjoyed your chocolates.

Two lucky Canterbury members won themselves a large jar filled with Baci and Lindt Easter Eggs as part of Canterbury’s Easter promotion. The Banyan Brasserie Easter competition was won by Danielle Coles after her winning entry form was pulled from the entry barrel. Diners having a main meal at Banyan received an entry form with every purchase of a coffee and cake. Louise Fong, with a winning guess of 95 eggs, was the lucky winner of the Easter “Guess & Win” Facebook competition.

Louise Fong enjoying her Facebook “Guess and Win” Easter eggs presented by Canterbury Supervisor, Domenic Aleksic For more competitions and opportunities to win fantastic prizes, check out our social media pages. Danielle Coles, winner of the Banyan Brasserie Easter compeition, being presented her jar of chocolates by

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Canterbury Supervisoir, Domenic Aleksic

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COMMUNITY New wheelchair transforms young Bulldogs fan Jihad is 15 years old; when asked if he likes the Bulldogs he laughed and said, “Yes, I like the Bulldogs and so does the whole family. All my brothers play football. I wish I could play too.” There are lots of activities Jihad says he would love to do but is restricted by his rare neurological condition, Ataxia Telangiectasia (A-T). “It makes me sad because I could do them when I was younger; I used to be able to kick a ball with my twin brother and run around with him. Now I just sit and watch my brothers playing football,” said Jihad. A-T is a rare childhood neurological progressive disease that causes degeneration in the part of the brain that controls muscles, movement and speech. His condition had deteriorated to the point where he was no longer able to walk without falling all the time. A new standing power wheelchair was the best option.

Rise for Alex McKinnon Canterbury and the Bulldogs rallied together to show their support for injured Newcastle Knight, Alex McKinnon.

Jihad standing tall with his brothers in his new power wheelchair

Canterbury League Club teamed up with the Steve Waugh Foundation – who supports children and young adults affected by a rare disease – and provided $20,000 towards the purchase of Jihad’s new ‘transformer’ wheelchair. The new power chair, with a special standing function, has allowed Jihad to be

“Rugby league is a tight-knit community and we take care of our own. We wish Alex all the best with his recovery” said Dr George

independent and manoeuvre around without aid. He can drive around while standing and reach for things up high on his own which he has never been able to do before. “I want to thank the Steve Waugh Foundation and Canterbury for their support; you have allowed me to be able to stand up tall and feel like I can achieve anything!” said Jihad.

Peponis OAM, Chairman of Canterbury League Club.

In the week leading up to the Bulldogs’ Round 8 game against the Knights, donation boxes were put out around the club for patrons to show their support. Fans were more than happy to help out with donations when the Bulldogs sent around collection tins during the Saturday Round 8 game – raising over $3,500 and a jersey auction raised another $3,530. Another $10,000 came from major Bulldogs sponsor, Jaycar Electronics. Overall $25,000 was raised and the cheque was handed to the Knights at the post-game presentation. The funds will go towards Alex’s rehabilitation program to help him recover. Bulldogs Chairman Ray Dib and Canterbury Chairman Dr. George Peponis presenting a cheque to Newcastle

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JUNE 2014 Getting locked up for a good cause The Canterbury foyer was temporarily transformed into a mini mock gaol cell in support of Belmore Police Citizens Youth Club’s (PCYC) annual fundraiser, Time 4 Kids. This is the second year Canterbury has hosted this event. Time 4 Kids is an opportunity for local members of the community, business owners and high-profile people to participate in PCYC’s fundraiser to highlight youth crime prevention and youth development. ‘Inmates’ volunteer an hour of their time to be locked-up for charity and then raise bail through community donations in order to be set free. Amongst some of the volunteers doing time, Bulldogs five-eight Josh Reynolds, Canterbury Director George Coorey, Canterbury CEO Dave Brace and Canterbury Toyota Principal Dealer Kean Booker all good-naturedly donned mock prison uniforms and did their bit to support PCYC.

Great fundraising success for ONE OF OUR OWN Canterbury staff swiftly came together in support of one of their own – Rangi Troy, in her battle against cancer. Rangi, a long-time staff member of Canterbury and a massive Bulldogs supporter, has been living with cancer for the past 19 years. Treatment options had finally narrowed down to one but it was going to be a costly procedure.

“We see Belmore PCYC as being able to play an integral role in the development of Belmore and surrounding communities. Events such as this allow members of the community to join us and with their ongoing support, the club will continue to grow and become a thriving hub for local youth to hang out,” said Nathan Lovett, Belmore PCYC Manager. Asides from providing the space, Canterbury also contributed $1,000 towards Belmore PCYC’s fundraising efforts. In total over $8,000 was raised and all donations collected go directly to the Belmore club to purchase new equipment, improve services and upgrade facilities. “It is a great initiative for kids that are not so fortunate, to have a place to get away. I grew up in Belmore and I had mates who visited the local PCYC; for some youth it’s hard growing up and your parents aren’t there to guide you. Having a place to visit like the PCYC is great for these kids and a chance to put them in the right direction,” said Josh Reynolds.

Bulldogs player Josh Reynolds and Canterbury CEO Dave Brace doing time to stop youth crime

members of the management team donned floor staff uniforms and volunteered their time serving customers on the gaming floor and Galaxy Play area. The Bulldogs also provided support to one of their biggest fans by allowing Canterbury staff to pass around donation buckets during the Back to Belmore game.

Their combined efforts have successfully raised the necessary funds for her treatment which started in March. “Times like these show how amazing it can be when everyone works together to help a friend and work colleague in need. Staff alone contributed over $15,000 to Rangi’s treatment. I am extremely proud and humbled to be the CEO of such a great organisation and team,” said Dave Brace, CEO of Canterbury League Club.

When Canterbury staff heard about her situation, they quickly formed a fundraising initiative to help Rangi raise funds for her treatment. Over a few weeks, staff collected donations, held raffles, and cooked up BBQs and sausage sizzle days. Staff set themselves fundraising goals and as each goal was accomplished, different

Rangi Troy, long-time Canterbury staff member and

Canterbury Executive Manager, George Cocokios,

proud Bulldogs supporter

swapped his suit for a Gaming uniform

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FLAME PIZZA + GRILL

Price Half Kilo Rack $32.90 (Members) $36.50 (Visitors) Kilo Rack $45.00 (Members) $50.00 (Visitors)

Succulent Pork Ribs A Flame Favourite. The succulent Pork Ribs are cooked to perfection in a smokey BBQ marinade and served with your choice of two sides. Choose from Beer Battered Chips, Garden Salad, Seasonal Vegetables or Mash.

Flame Pizza + Grill sources the finest pork ribs from Murray Valley Pork – a premium pork range. Each piece has been hand selected from only the finest quality and undergoes a rigorous selection process in order to be selected into the Murray Valley Pork range. Produced in accordance with the high Quality Assurance Standards of the Moisture-Infused Quality Certified Trustmark. Our pork ribs are tender, juicy, succulent, flavoursome. Enjoy our Pork Ribs for lunch or dinner.

SIDES (CHOICE OF TWO) BEER BATTERED CHIPS

Beer battered and seasoned potato chips GARDEN SALAD

A perfect blend of fresh salad topped with balsamic vinaigrette SEASONAL VEGETABLES

We take the freshest seasonal vegetables and cook them to perfection MASH

Rich and creamy mash potato

LUNCH SPECIAL WEDNESDAY – FRIDAY

2 PIZZAS FOR $30 AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS ONLY

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, FLAME PIZZA + GRILL WILL BE OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER ON THE

QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY MONDAY 9TH JUNE

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JUNE 2014

DINNER SPECIAL WEDNESDAY – FRIDAY PASTA OF THE DAY & RIBS Enjoy the Pasta of the Day with a half rack of succulent pork ribs smothered in our smokey house BBQ marinade with your choice of 2 sides. Members: $40 | Visitors: $44.40

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BANYAN BRASSERIE

150g Chargrilled Beef Tenderloin served with a Medley of Roast Vegetables

1,706KJ Members: $16.90 | Visitors: $18.80

INTRODUCING BANYAN’S MATT’S PICKS MENU Matt O'Neill is one of Australia's top nutritionists, a regular on Channel 7's Sunrise and Morning Show programs and the creator of Metabolic Jumpstart. Matt O’Neill has joined forces with our chefs at Banyan to create a new selection of great tasting kilojoule controlled meals. Try the delicious new Chargrilled Beef Tenderloin, Stir Fried Chicken with Soba Noodles or Grilled Lamb & Sweet Potato Skewers – meals designed to optimise your metabolism and your nutrition goals.

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JUNE 2014

120G OF GRILLED LAMB AND SWEET POTATO SKEWERS WITH COUS COUS AND CUCUMBER YOGHURT

1,566KJ Members: $19.90 | Visitors: $22.10

120G OF STIR FRIED CHICKEN BREAST WITH SOBA NOODLES, ASIAN VEGETABLES AND LIME

1,646KJ Members: $14.90 | Visitors: $16.60

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BAYAN BRASSERIE

MEMBERS CAN ENJOY THESE WINTER SPECIALS IN THE BANYAN BRASSERIE

MON TUE

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MONDAY DINNER: Banyan Beef Burger & Corona $12

BURGER & BEER

MONDAY and TUESDAY DINNER: KIDS EAT FREE Each child will receive a free ‘Galaxy’ kids meal when dining with an adult who purchases a main meal. Limit one free kids meal per main meal.

WED

WEDNESDAY DINNER: 250g Rump Steak with your choice of chips or mash & salad or vegetables $15

THU

THURSDAY DINNER: Indian Buffet Choose from the selection of delicious Indian dishes, served with warm naan bread and raita $15

Promotions are not valid on public holidays or in conjunction with any other offer.

COFFEE AND BOUNCE ENERGY BALl • Low in fat • Rich in protein • Great after a workout at C-Life

$5.50

Regular sized coffee only. Bouce energy ball cannot be substituted. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

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THURS INDIAN BUFFET


JUNE 2014

BEER OF THE MONTH

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JUL

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JUNE • BUDWEISER Official Beer of the 2014 Fifa World Cup Brazil ™ Brewed with American and European hops and Beechwood aged for a clean, crisp taste. Golden colour with subtle aroma notes of malt and Noble hops, along with trace citrus and fruity notes. The taste is crisp and clean with a balanced finish. Members $4.90 | Visitors $5.80

JULY • HAHN SUPER DRY Hahn Super Dry is incredibly refreshing, using only the finest ingredients with no artificial additives or preservatives. An enhanced brewing process breaks down more of the natural sugars to deliver a genuine Super Dry taste, with only a third of the carbs of a regular beer. Members $4.40 | Visitors $5.20

AUGUST • HOP THIEF AMERICAN PALE ALE Fruity dry-hop character on a rich amber malt base. Perfect when paired with a nice

big steak from Banyan Brasserie. Members $5.50 | Visitors $6.50 Note: Beer of the month may be either a schooner or a bottle depending upon availability. *NOT AVAILABLE IN FLAME, DYNASTY OR HERITAGE

COCKTAILS PINEAPPLE AND CINNAMON CAIPIRINHA An exotic cocktail made with sugarcanederived liquor, cinnamon sugar and pineapple. Taste the flavours of Brazil. Members $12.90 | Visitors $15.20

BULLDOG BRAMBLE For those that prefer their cocktails Bulldog Gin heavy, this cocktail has that with a seamless balance between sugary sweetness and tart fresh lemon juice. Members $12.90 | Visitors $15.20

WIN A 2014 BULLDOGS ‘WOMEN IN LEAGUE’JERSEY

BLUE BICYCLE

For your chance to win order a Bulldog Gin cocktail from Flame Pizza + Grill or Heritage Bar.

A blue concoction of vodka, tequila, Bulldog Gin, rum and blue curacao with a twist of fresh lime juice. It is the perfect refreshing drink Members $12.90 | Visitors $15.20

Starts Monday 02/06/14. Winner announced Wednesday 03/09/14. For full terms & conditions visit www.canterbury.com.au. Authorised under NSW Permit LTPM/13/01011

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JUNE 2014

ALL WORLD CUP GAMES LIVE AT BULLDOGS SPORTS BAR BE READY TO LIVE THE BIGGEST MOMENTS OF BRAZIL FIFA WORLD CUP FROM 13TH JUNE.

View the draw online at www.canterbury.com.au

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NRL GAME DAY SPECIAL

JUNE 2014

Enjoy the action on Friday & Sunday during the footy with this offer: Buy a Small Pizza & Tooheys for $12.90 Available Friday from 6pm until the end of the game & Sunday from 12pm until the end of the game. Beer is schooner size and applies to tap Tooheys beer only. Available only in Bulldogs Sports Bar.

Game 2 Wed 18 June

Enjoy 20% off when you dine at Flame Pizza + Grill Bookings Essential. Phone 9704 7777 to make a booking. Conditions: Available to Members only. Valid from 6pm – kick off on State of Origin Game Days only. Excludes Beverages. Not available in conjunction with any other offer.

Game 3 Wed 9 July

WIN A BULLDOGS BAR FRIDGE VALUED AT $350

For your chance to win order from the Snack Menu during the game. Conditions apply. Winners will be announced at fulltime. Must be present to claim prize. For full terms & conditions visit www.canterbury.com.au Authorised under NSW Permit LTPM/13/01011

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tickets on sale now

SCHOOL HOLIDAY

ENTERTAINMENT SUPER FUN “Mad Scientist” Wednesday 2nd July from 10.30am | $3 PER CHILD

HIP HOP WORKSHOP with JRod & Crew

ANDY JONES & THE FUNKY MONKEY

DRUM & DANCE SAFARI WORKSHOP

Monday 30th June Under 8 years from 10.30am 8 years & over from 11.30am

Monday 7th July from 10.30am

Wednesday 9th July from 11am

$3 PER CHILD

$3 PER CHILD

$3 PER CHILD

Tickets for all shows available at Reception or online at www.canterbury.com.au Parents and babies (12 months & under) do not require a ticket. All children must be accompanied by an adult.


Changes to Canterbury membership structure Several changes to Canterbury’s membership have taken effect immediately after having been passed at the Canterbury League Club Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 19 March. The Associate Member class has been dissolved and all existing Associate Members have been transferred to Full Membership. This means that if you were previously an Associate Member then you can now enjoy all the benefits of Full Membership. To take advantage of these benefits you will need to obtain a new membership card when you next visit one of our clubs. You may choose to retain your existing card if you wish and it will remain valid, however you will not be able to use it to gain discounts at eligible outlets. Members will be pleased to learn the new cost of annual membership at Canterbury has been reduced to $5 for one year or $20 for five years for regular members and $3.50 for one year or $14 for five years for pensioner members. Along with the new membership prices, members have voted to change from the existing fixed annual renewal date in favour of renewing each member’s membership on the anniversary date of their joining. This will ensure that all new members will receive a full year’s membership upon joining as well as spreading the administrative burden of renewals over the full twelve months. These changes will bring Canterbury’s membership more in line with other contemporary clubs and assist the club in growing its membership numbers.


C-LIFE HEALTH CLUB

HEALTH CLUB 24/7FITNESS

C-Life staff on the way to Metabolic Jumpstart qualification Knowing how to eat well according to each individual’s metabolism is the keystone of Matt O’Neill’s popular nutrition program. Metabolic Jumpstart (MJ), brainchild of the regular Channel 7 Sunrise and Morning Show nutrition expert, was recently introduced at C-Life. It aims to help reprogram your metabolism for automatic results by working to rebalance hormones. In addition to a diet plan, participants learn about their metabolic rate, calorie burning times for different exercises and whether they are suited to a higher protein or carbohydrate diet. There are four different program types – Jumpstart, Accelerator, Maintainer and Gainer – depending on whether participants want to lose, gain or

NEW MATT’S PICK’S MENU AVAILABLE AT BANYAN SEE PAGE 10

Matt O’Neill with C-Life staff after training

maintain their weight. Twelve C-Life staff members participated in an eight hour workshop led by Matt in order to be certified with the MJ program. Some of the topics covered included the obesity problem in Australia and worldwide, client registration and profiling, case studies and troubleshooting. “You can’t out-train a bad diet and true health requires a balance of good nutrition

and an active lifestyle. Our partnership with Metabolic Jumpstart combines cutting edge nutrition with our proven exercise programs. Now, you can get all the nutrition advice, motivation and support you need from Metabolic Jumpstart Certified Coaches at C-Life,” said Mariana Tolj, Exercise Physiologist at C-Life. To get started on your new healthier diet, speak to a C-Life Metabolic Jumpstart Coach on 9704 7712.

Parents have crèche convenience at C-Life Parents wanting to exercise in peace without worrying about their children can rely on C-Life’s experienced crèche staff. Available in the mornings from Monday to Saturday, the C-Life crèche is a modern, purpose-built children’s area supervised by trained staff. While in the crèche, children have access to a library, toys, games and fun arts and craft activities planned by staff. The crèche is free to all C-Life Plus or C-Life Direct members with bookings taken within 24 hours. It is a great service for parents who enjoy the convenience of a safe and enjoyable environment for their children while they have a productive workout. “Parents with young children always find it difficult to exercise and can get too caught

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up in their busy family lives to find the time. By offering our crèche services, it encourages parents to come to the gym, work out, interact with other parents, all the while knowing their kids will be fine,” said Arthur Siambis, General Manager of C-Life Health Club.

Please contact C-Life Reception on 9704 7712 to book into the crèche. For more information, visit the C-Life website. C-LIFE Crèche Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am to 10.30am, 10.30am to 12pm (two booking times) Saturday: 8am to 11.15am


JUNE 2014 NEW EQUIPMENT - HACKSQUAT This is an outstanding piece of equipment that assists in improving strength in your lower body especially the Quadriceps, Glutes and Hamstrings. The Linear Hack Press is user-friendly for those who are serious about strength training. For all training tips and exercise programs, C-Life Personal Trainers are on the gym floor to guide you, or book in for a health check at C-Life Reception.

$48.00

$45.00

CANTERBURY CLASSIC HOODIE S-XL

ROYAL BLUE ALPHA TEE S-XL

Available at C-Life Reception

Canterburykids School holiday program

An engaging fitness program for children between 6 – 12 years of age run by C-Life Health Club

Join

TEAM CANTERBURY Walk.Run.Sprint 14km City 2 Bondi Beach August 10th 2014

Register today www.clifehealth.com.au Proudly supporting

Get your kids off the couch these school holidays!

ALL DAY or HALF DAY PROGRAM! LOCATION C-Life Health Club Canterbury League Club The program will include: • Games and activities to learn that being active can be a lot of fun • Motor learning activities to improve coordination and confidence • Activities, sports and gymnastics catered to all ages and skill levels Registration is essential. Contact C-Life on 02 9704 7712.

Dates & Times Tues 1st July Thurs 3rd July Tues 8th July Thurs 10th July All Day 9am - 2.15pm $35 Half Day 9am - 12pm $20

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ENTERTAINMENT

CANTERBURY ENTERTAINMENT

REGULAR

JUNE

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

FRIDAY NIGHT BANDS

HERITAGE BAR FRIDAY/SATURDAY - From 9pm

FLAME PIZZA + GRILL SUNDAY 12:30pm - 3:30pm

VARIETY DAY THE THIRD THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH Includes a 2 course lunch $7pp From 11am in the Banyan Brasserie followed by a Cabaret Concert in the Paragon Showroom at 12.30pm June 19 STEVIE ST. CLAIRE & NATALIE COLAVITO July 17 TONY MAZELL & JONAYE TAIT August 21 SPECIAL OLYMPICS NSW PERFORMANCE GROUP & PETER PAKI September 18 SHANE PETERS-SHAYNE & ANNE O’LEARY

WEEKLY PROMOTIONS WEDNESDAY WONDERLAND RAFFLE From 5.30pm - Draw 6:30pm Win vouchers, meat & chickens

CASH HOUSIE/BINGO Monday Cash Housie - From 7pm

CLUB BINGO Tuesday - From 11am Friday - From 11am

MAHJONG Tuesday - From 7pm

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June 6 - From 8pm ITALIAN DANCE NIGHT with Francesca Brescia, Primo Cappucino Band & Special Guest Artist June 13 - From 8pm GREEK DANCE NIGHT with Paradise Greek Band & Special Guest Artist June 20 - From 8pm SALSA KINGZ with Christian Guerrero June 27 - From 8pm THE KAMI’S

SATURDAY SHOWTIME June 7 - From 8:30pm Dancing with Stevie Vee & The Canterbury Showgirls 9:30pm DANNI da ROS (From The Voice 2012) TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp June 14 - From 8:30pm SELTIC SIRENS TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp June 21 - From 8:30pm MIDDLE EASTERN NIGHT TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp June 28 - From 8:30pm EUROPEAN CLASSICS featuring musical talents of Joey Fimmano, Grace Rizzo & Graeme Wright TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp

June 8 - From 1pm PAUL PISANI, PAIGE JEFFREY June 15 - From 1pm ANJA NISSEN, DE JA TWO June 22 - From 1pm PAUL FISHER, LIZ LAYTON June 29 - From 1pm LONNIE BRABENDER, ALISA GRAY

JULY FRIDAY NIGHT BANDS July 4 - From 8pm ITALIAN DANCE NIGHT with Francesca Brescia, Primo Cappucino Band & Special Guest Artist July 11 - From 8pm GREEK DANCE NIGHT with Paradise Greek Band & Special Guest Artist July 18 - From 8pm THE SALSA KINGZ with Christian Guerrero July 25 - From 8pm THE KAMI’S

SATURDAY SHOWTIME July 5 - From 8:30pm Dancing with Stevie Vee &The Canterbury Showgirls 9:30pm MARK KRISTIAN TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp

SUNDAY CONCERTS

July 12 - From 8:30pm CHRISTMAS IN NEW YORK A Tribute to the Radio City Rockettes TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp

June 1 - From 1pm Talent Quest Winners 2013 Rachel Fahim & Tony Sergi along with radio personality Carter Edwards

July 19 - From 8:30pm AUSTRALIAN BLUES BROTHERS featuring Stevie Vee as ‘Jake’ TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp


JUNE 2014

CANTERBURY ENTERTAINMENT July 26 - From 8:30pm SING, DANCE PLENTY HOT featuring Wayne Scott Kermond, Leigh Archer, Ed Wilson TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp

SUNDAY CONCERTS July 6 - From 1pm REBECCA HAYES, TERRY MAC July 13 - From 1pm JENNIFER GREY, DAVID STEPHENS July 20 - From 1pm ROWENA MICHAEL, BRETT THOMAS July 27 - From 1pm BRIAN STODDART, SHEENA WILBOW

AUGUST FRIDAY NIGHT BANDS August 1 - From 8pm ITALIAN DANCE NIGHT with Francesca Brescia, Primo Cappucino Band & Special Guest Artist August 8 - From 8pm GREEK DANCE NIGHT with Paradise Greek Band & Special Guest Artist August 15 - From 8pm THE KAMI’S

August 9 - From 8:30pm CLASSIC ENGLEBERT featuring Geoff Jones, Double Exposure & Dancers TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp August 16 - From 8:30pm EURO LATINO with Paul Cincotta, Lisa Lombardo, Euro Latino Showgirls & Special Guest Artist TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp August 23 - From 8:30pm RIKKI ORGAN RELIVES ‘ROCK OF AGES’ TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp August 30 - From 8:30pm THE KING IN CONCERT starring David Cazalet & Cast TICKETS: Members $10pp Visitors $15pp

SUNDAY CONCERTS August 3 - From 1pm AMANDA EASTON, CHRIS GABLE August 10 - From 1pm SUSAN JON ROSE, STEVE ST. CLAIRE August 17 - From 1pm JAMES CASSAR, CLAIR HAYES August 24 - From 1pm Every Sunday commencing 24th August TALENT QUEST with Stevie Vee GRAND FINAL SUNDAY 26th October First Prize $3,000

SEPTEMBER FRIDAY NIGHT BANDS September 5 - From 8pm ITALIAN DANCE NIGHT with Francesca Brescia, Primo Cappucino Band & Special Guest Artist September 12 - From 8pm GREEK DANCE NIGHT with Paradise Greek Band & Special Guest Artist September 19 - From 8pm SALSA KINGZ with Christian Guerrero September 26 - From 8pm THE KAMI’S

SATURDAY SHOWTIME September 6 - From 8:30pm Back by popular demand ‘A DATE WITH EFFIE’ TICKETS: Members $10pp Visitors $15pp September 13 - From 8:30pm DIAMOND SPECTACULAR An Extravaganza of Screen Sirens & Rock Idols TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp September 20 - From 8:30pm REVAMPED ROCK, SOUL & SALSA SHOW TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp September 27 - From 8:30pm THE FIRST LADIES OF SOUL TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp

August 22 - From 8pm THE FROCKS August 29 - From 8pm SALSA KINGZ with Christian Guerrero

SATURDAY SHOWTIME August 2 - From 8:30pm Dancing with Stevie Vee & The Club Trio 9:30pm NATHAN FOLEY & The Canterbury Showgirls TICKETS: Members $5pp Visitors $10pp

26 Bridge Road, Belmore Ph: 9704 7777 www.canterbury.com.au

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ENTERTAINMENT S at u r d ay • Au g u s t 9 • 8 . 3 0 p m

CLASSIC ENGLEBERT featuring Geoff Jones, Double Exposure & Dancers

Saturday 2 August FROM 8.30pm Most famous as a singer on the hit show, Hi-5, Nathan is also an experienced dancer, songwriter and M.C who knows how to entertain the crowds and keep them enthralled with his soulful voice. Join him as he sings a range of popular hits.

tickets members $5PP VISITORS $10pp

tickets members $5PP VISITORS $10pp

Regarded as one of Australia’s best ballad singers, come watch Geoff Jones recreate the melodious music of Engelbert Humperdinck with some of his greatest hits like Please Release Me, Man Without Love, The Last Waltz, There Goes My Everything and Sweetheart.

TICKETS NOW ONPRESENTS SALE SIX PAK PRODUCTIONS

TICKETS NOW ON SALE

‘MO’ AWARD WINNING SHOW

EUROLATINO

S at u r d ay • Au g u s t 1 6 • 8 . 3 0 p m

EURO LATINO STARRING

Saturday August 23 From 8.30pm

tickets members $5PP

PAUL CINCOTTA & LISA LOMBARDO

VISITORS $10pp

WITH SPECIAL GUESTS

MEMBERS $5 • VISITORS $10

RIKKI ORGAN RELIVES

FEATURING MUSIC FROM EUROPE & LATIN AMERICA

‘ROCK OF AGES’

TICKETS NOW ON SALE

TICKETS NOW ON SALE S at u r d ay • Au g u s t 3 0 • 8 . 3 0 p m

tickets members $10PP VISITORS $15pp

THE KING IN CONCERT starring David Cazalet & Cast

This concert showcases Elvis Presley’s journey from his humble beginning as a shy country boy to a world wide mega star of Hollywood and Vegas. Watch David Cazalet present the Presley sound with his smooth vocals, glorious costumes and famous hip-shaking moves.

Tickets available for purchase online at www.canterbury.com.au, at reception or by phoning 9704 7777

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JUNE 2014 S AT U R D AY S E P T E M B E R 6 • 8 : 3 0 P M

S AT U R D AY S E P T E M B E R 1 3

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

• 8:30PM

tickets members $5PP VISITORS $10pp

TICKETS ON SALE 8 JULY

TICKETS ON SALE 8 JULY

S AT U R D AY S E P T E M B E R 2 0 • 8 : 3 0 P M

S AT U R D AY S E P T E M B E R 27 • 8 : 3 0 P M

REVAMPED ROCK,

THE FIRST LADIES OF SOUL

SOUL & SALSA SHOW

tickets members $5PP VISITORS $10pp

tickets members $5PP VISITORS $10pp

This amazing show band pays tribute to some of music’s greatest performers, showcasing the hits of Simply Red, Joe Cocker, Bryan Adams, Diana Ross, J.Lo and Gloria Estefan. Hear the hits that include Summer of 69, You are so Beautiful, Conga, Ain’t No Mountain High and the modern day classic, On the Floor.

TICKETS ON SALE 8 JULY

The First Ladies of Soul show is a tribute to some of the great female soul singers and showcases the hits of Randy Crawford, Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, Etta James and more! The show is full of divine harmonies and brilliant musicianship for those wanting an entertaining night of soul sisterhood.

TICKETS ON SALE 8 JULY

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BULLDOGS FUNCTION SUNDAY 5 OCTOBER ALLPHONES ARENA & ANZ STADIUM

THE 2014 NRL GRAND FINAL - 192 REGULAR SEASON GAMES, 26 ROUNDS, 16 TEAMS, 2 GRAND FINALISTS... 1 PREMIERSHIP WINNER. The Provan-Summons trophy is the ultimate prize in Rugby League. For 30 weeks every year, 16 teams put everything on the line with heroic performances, hoping that they will have the chance to raise the trophy in glory. Don't miss your chance to witness the culmination of the most entertaining and closely contested competition in Australian sport, enjoy the roller-coaster ride of hope, excitement, heartbreak and elation with your clients at the Grand Final. Hear from legends of the game as they preview the upcoming match whilst enjoying the three hour food and beverage package.

WHEN:

Sunday 5 October

WHERE:

Allphones Arena & ANZ Stadium

INVESTMENT:

$545 +GST per person including Platinum Cat. seating (tables of ten) $495 +GST per person including Gold Cat. seating (tables of ten)

CONTACT:

The Bulldogs for more information on

(02) 9789 8008 or corporate@bulldogs.com.au


2014 GEAR $79.95

TEAM POLO

Mens: S-3XL ($79.95) Big: 4XL-6XL ($89.95) Ladies: 8-18 ($79.95)

$139.95

$79.95

SPRAY JACKET

MEDIA POLO

Mens: XS-3XL ($139.95) Big: 4XL-6XL ($159.95)

$165.00 ALTERNATE JERSEY Mens: S-3XL ($165.00) Ladies: 8-18 ($139.95) Youth: 6-14 ($129.95)

$165.00 AWAY JERSEY

Mens: S-3XL ($165.00) Big: 4XL-6XL ($190.00) Ladies: 8-18 ($139.95) Youth: 6-14 ($129.95) Infant: 0-4 ($109.95)

Mens: S-3XL ($79.95) Big: 4XL-6XL ($89.95) Ladies: 8-18 ($79.95) Youth: 6-14 ($69.95)

$165.00

$165.00

HOME JERSEY

WOMEN IN LEAGUE JERSEY

Mens: S-3XL ($165.00) Big: 4XL-6XL ($190.00) Ladies: 8-18 ($139.95) Youth: 6-14 ($129.95) Infant: 0-4 ($109.95) Baby: 000-00 ($79.95)

Mens: S-3XL ($165.00) Ladies: 8-18 ($139.95)

Being a Bulldogs Member is more than just being a fan. Become a Bulldogs Member from $50 for Adults and $40 for Juniors. Members receive a 15% discount on merchandise* through the Bulldogs.

www.bulldogs.com.au/membership *Discount applies to full priced merchandise only

(02) 9790 7505

bulldogs.com.au/teamstore


EARLWOOD EX-SERVICEMEN’S

Saturday 2 August 8.30pm $5pp Members | $10pp Visitors Tickets available at reception or book online at www.canterbury.com.au

Tickets on sale now Most famous as a singer on the hit show, Hi-5, Nathan is also an experienced dancer, songwriter and M.C who knows how to entertain the crowds and keep them enthralled with his soulful voice. Join him as he sings a range of popular hits.

Saturday 30 August 8.30pm $5pp Members | $10pp Visitors Tickets available at reception or book online at www.canterbury.com.au

Tickets on sale now


JUNE 2014

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THE LAKEMBA CLUB

Anzac Day Dawn Service A crowd of 150 people gathered at The Lakemba Club in the early morning to pay their respects to those who have fought and served for Australia. The service was moved indoors to the club’s auditorium due to poor weather conditions. This year’s Anzac Day Dawn Service marks the 99th anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing on 25 April 1915. The commemoration service was led by Father Gary Rawson of the St Therese Church of Lakemba. Greenacre Public School student, Demi Love Kassem, honoured the occasion with a poem recital. Members of the Lakemba RSL also laid three wreaths on behalf of the community followed by a minute’s silence

Crowd paying their respects at Lakemba

to conclude the service “It is important to keep on recognising the soldiers who have dedicated their lives to protecting Australia and her people. Their efforts have helped shape our identity today and this meaningful day allows us to pay our respects,” said Lynne Cox, General Manager of The Lakemba Club.

Open for lunch and dinner • Tuesday – Sunday

TRADITIONAL ROAST DUCK NOODLE SOUP

STEAMED SHANGHAI STYLE PORK DUMPLINGS (4)

TRADITIONAL BEEF NOODLES

Egg noodles with roast duck & vegetables in chicken broth *Members $12.90 Visitors $14.20

*Members $12.90 Visitors $14.20

Rice noodles with beef dry fried in soy sauce *Members $12.90 Visitors $14.20

Call 9759 8033 to make a booking. Visit our website www.canterbury.com.au/lakemba for more informtaion.

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JUNE 2014

CASH HOUSIE EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 7PM

15 CLUB BINGO GAMES, 10 CASH GAMES, 1 JACKPOT ONLY $10

WWW.LEARNINGLINKS.COM.AU *ALL PRIZES SUBJECT TO TICKET SALES. PERMIT NUMBER GOCMJH/2013.

WIN GREAT CASH PRIZES! ALL PROCEEDS FROM CASH HOUSIE GO TO THE CHILDREN OF LEARNING LINKS

THINK ABOUT YOUR CHOICES. CALL GAMBLING HELP 1800 858 858

LAKEMBA ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY nights From 7:30pm June 5 - TROY SMITH June 12 - FRANKY VALENTINE June 19 - STAN ELLIS June 26 - DAVID BOND

August 1 - CAMBO August 8 - TINA PETRONI August 15 - STEFAN August 22 - PAUL FISHER August 29 - STAN ELLIS

SATURDAY nights

CASH HOUSIE Wednesday from 7pm THURSDAY MONSTER MEAT MART Major Prizes of $100 & $150 EFTPOS Gift Cards Tickets on sale 6pm – Drawn 7pm

From 8pm July 3 - ACE July 10 - JESSE July 17 - OSCAR July 24 - PETER MORGAN July 31 - DAVID BOND

June 7 - JO’M’ June 14 - IAN BLAKENEY June 21 - GREG PRINCE June 28 - ANNIE “Z”

August 7 - TONY MAZELL August 14 - TROY SMITH August 21 - CHRIS CONNOLLY August 28 - TERRY BATU

July 5 - TINA PETRONI July 12 - MURRAY FERGUSON July 19 - FRANKY VALENTINE July 26 - CHRIS CONNOLLY

FRIDAY nights

August 2 - PHILL SIMMONS August 9 - MARK BROUGHTON August 16 - JO “M” August 23 - ANNIE “Z” August 30 - OSCAR

From 8pm June 6 - MURRAY FERGUSON June 13 - PETER MORGAN June 20 - TERRY BATU June 27 - IAN BLAKENEY July 4 - CAMBO July 11 - PAUL FISHER July 18 - TONY MAZELL July 25 - STAN ELLIS

THURSDAY MONSTER MEAT MART Major Prizes of $100 & $150 EFTPOS Gift Cards Tickets on sale 6pm – Drawn 7pm SUNDAY POKER Registration from 12pm. Game starts 1pm. FREE entry. $500 prize pool

WEEKLY PROMOTIONS BINGO Monday to Friday 11am

26 Quigg St, Lakemba Ph: 9759 8033 www.canterbury.com.au/lakemba

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BELFIELD

BOOK YOUR FUNCTION AT

旭逸軒 BELFIELD RSL AUDITORIUM AVAILABLE FOR UP TO 200 GUESTS CATERED BY SERENE PALACE OR CANTERBURY

Serene Palace

Authentic Asian Cuisine

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT 9642 8826

ALL YOU CAN EAT BUFFET

EUCHRE & CHESS NOW PLAYING AT BELFIELD RSL EVERY MONDAY FROM 7PM

BELFIELD MEAT RAFFLES

NEW SUPPLIER, MORE PRIZES! Wednesday Tickets on sale from 6pm Raffle drawn at 7pm Prizes: Meat Trays and 2x $50 EFTPOS Voucher

Friday Tickets on sale from 6pm Raffle drawn at 7pm Prizes: Meat Trays, 1x $100 EFTPOS Voucher and 1 x $50 EFTPOS Voucher

Adults - $15pp Children (under 12) - $8pp Available every Saturday from 5:30pm-9pm Open for lunch and dinner Sunday – Monday: 11am – 9pm Wednesday – Saturday: 11am – 9pm View the menu online www.canterbury.com.au/belfield Call 9642 1814 to make a booking.

BELFIELD BINGO

EVERY THURSDAY FROM 2pM

20 GAMES $2 PER BOOK WIN WOOLWORTHS VOUCHERS

Sunday Tickets on sale from 4pm Raffle drawn at 5pm

BELFIELD RSL

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BELFIELD RSL 2 Persic St, Belfield Ph: 02 9642 8826 www.canterbury.com.au/belfield


CLOSURE EARLWOOD EX-SERVICEMEN’S CLUB Dear Members, Earlwood amalgamated with Canterbury at the end of 2010. Despite investing more than a million dollars and working hard to market the venue through promotions and advertising, the Club continues to trade at a significant loss. The Earlwood Club was included in the club’s strategic plan including operation reviews, potential capital expenditure and workshops to determine if we were realising the site’s full potential. The club was at a planning crossroad where significant capital expenditure was required to bring the club up to a competitive standard. In particular the Car Park was well below standard with limited and tight space. The unexpected departure of Earlwood’s well respected caterer Papa’s Bistro, due to marginal profitability, forces the timeline on the planning crossroad. Papa’s Bistro provided a great product and was well supported by the club including paying for many promotions that drive food sales. The future viability of the club is contingent on the provision of great catering. The decision to close a club is not an easy one; however it is the role of directors to make decisions in the best interest of the business. It has been determined that the prospects of Earlwood ever being profitable were unlikely due to a number of factors including: • its location in a residential area with little passing vehicle or foot traffic • the limited availability of onsite parking • competition from larger better placed clubs in Earlwood On Sunday 30 June Earlwood Ex-Servicemen’s Club will cease trading. At this stage it is anticipated that Earlwood will trade as close to normal as possible until the closure date, however some promotions may cease earlier. We will advise members of any changes via the Club’s website www.canterbury.com.au/earlwood We will be in contact with the various Earlwood user groups over the next month to discuss transition arrangements to our other premises. A General Meeting of members will be called in the future to determine the disposal of the assets of Earlwood. Yours sincerely,

Dr. George Peponis OAM Chairman Canterbury League Club


Book your Christmas Function at Canterbury. • 4 Function Spaces • up to 400 guests • Set Menu or Buffet Catering Options • Packages start from $45 pp

BOOK BEFORE 31ST AUGUST AND RECEIVE A PERSONALLY SIGNED 2014 BULLDOGS JERSEY WITH A MESSAGE FROM ONE OF YOUR FAVOURITE BULLDOGS PLAYERS INCLUDING JOSH REYNOLDS, FRANK PRITCHARD OR MICHAEL ENNIS. Use the jersey on the night of your party as a lucky door prize or display it in your office.

*Conditions: Offer available until 31.08.13 and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Minimum numbers apply for Friday & Saturday bookings. 1 free jersey per booking. While stocks last.

Call 9704 7777 or visit www.canterbury.com.au for more information. *Conditions: Offer available until 31.08.14 and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Minimum numbers apply for Friday & Saturday bookings. 1 free jersey per booking. While stocks last.


Celebrate

with Canterbury Book a social function for June, July or August &

receive A Complimentary $250 Flame Pizza + Grill voucher WEDDINGS

PARTIES

CHRISTENINGS

Private function rooms available for Weddings | Celebrations | Special Occasions | Corporate Functions Minimum numbers apply. Not valid on public holidays. For more information visit www.canterbury.com.au or call 9704 7777


CANTERBURY Acceptable Attire:

THINGS TO KNOW

• Neat, clean and tidy casual wear (no large tears or holes) • Tracksuits (top and/or bottom) • Overalls and work boots (must be clean)

TRADING HOURS

C-Life Health Club

Canterbury

Trading Hours

24 hours

Monday - Sunday: 24 hours Public Holidays: 24 hours

THE LAKEMBA CLUB

Casual Access: During Staffed Hours

10am - 2am (Sun - Wed)

Staffed Hours

10am - 3am (Thurs - Sat)

Monday - Thursday: 6am - 10pm Friday: 6am - 9pm

The Bay Sports Club

Saturday - Sunday: 8am - 5pm

10am - 11pm (Mon - Wed)

Public Holidays: 8am - 5pm

up to 9pm. • Football shorts/stubbies of modest length and appearance up to 9pm • Dress sandals, boat shoes and scuffs - up to 9pm • Casual and sports shoes to be worn with

• Dress shirts without collars (includes ‘T’ shirts) • Clean and tidy Football jerseys - with the

At THE LAKEMBA CLUB

8.30am - 11pm (Sun) IMPERIAL NOODLES & DUMPLINGS

licensing or club regulations. • Patrons who are intoxicated, abusive, violent or quarrelsome will be requested to leave and may be subject to disciplinary action. • Patrons requested to leave the club by Duty Management must leave the premises immediately and not return within a 24-hour period or if deemed necessary may be suspended and subject to disciplinary action.

Photographs The privacy of members and visitors is important. Members and guests are more than welcome to

exception that no opposition jerseys or

take photos of the club or their meal, however,

merchandise are to be worn on Bulldogs

it is requested the privacy of other patrons be

match days (home and away games).

respected and photos of them are not taken.

• Health Club members must comply with

Belfield

Lunch: 11:30am - 2:30pm (Tues - Sun)

normal club dress entry requirements

Lost membership cards

From 11am (Sun - Fri)

Dinner: 5pm - 9pm (Tues - Thurs, Sun)

whilst entering and leaving the foyer

Members who misplace their membership cards

From 10am (Sat)

5pm - 10pm (Fri - Sat)

should report their loss to the membership desk Unacceptable Attire

At Canterbury:

At THE BAY SPORTS CLUB:

at their earliest opportunity.

(not permitted at anytime): • Bare feet or rubber thongs

Viewpoints and opinions expressed in

Banyan Brasserie

The Bay Brasserie

• Untidy and/or dirty clothing or footwear

Lunch: 12noon - 2pm

Lunch: 12noon - 2pm

• Singlets or sleeveless shirts (excludes

Dinner: 5:30pm - 8:30pm (Sun - Thurs)

Dinner: 5.30pm - 8pm (Mon - Wed)

5:30pm - 9pm (Fri - Sat)

5.30pm - 8.30pm (Thurs - Sun)

• Offensive motifs or imagery on clothing

published by Canterbury Marketing for

5.30pm - 9pm (Fri - Sat)

• Gang patches or other insignia on clothing

the Canterbury League Club Limited.

• Swimwear or revealing clothing

The publisher accepts no responsibility

• Helmets, hats, caps, beanies and bandanas

for the information supplied or changes

other than for medical or religious reasons

subsequent to the date of publication,

(facial features must be visible).

nor for any loss or damage arising from

Banyan Coffee Shop 24 hours

AT BELFIELD

ladies apparel)

FlamE COFFEE SHOP

SERENE PALACE

From 12pm - 10pm (Mon)

11am – 9pm (Sun – Mon, Wed – Sat)

• Offensive personal hygiene

INFORMATION FOR

General Regulations

MEMBERS AND GUESTS

• Interpretation of the dress rules is at the

From 11am until late (Wed - Sun)

FlamE PIZZA + GRILL Lunch: 12pm - 3pm (Wed - Sun)

articles appearing in this magazine are those of the authors, and not necessarily those of the publisher. Canterbury is

inaccurate or misleading information contained in any article or advertisement in this magazine. All material is copyright and may not be reproduced without prior arrangement with the publisher.

discretion of club Management.

Dinner: From 6pm - 10pm (Thur - Sun)

Food and Beverages

Persons under 18 years are permitted

6:00pm - 10.30pm (Wed - Sun)

Patrons are not permitted to bring or remove

in certain areas (restaurants) of the club but

food and beverages from the club unless prior

must be in the company of a “responsible

Dynasty Restaurant

arrangement has been made with management.

adult” at all times. • Proof of age and residential qualification

Lunch: 11am – 3pm (Mon - Fri) 10am – 3pm (Sat - Sun)

Dress Regulations

Dinner: 5.30pm – 10pm (Sun - Thurs)

Canterbury provides a comfortable environment

5.30pm – 11pm (Fri - Sat)

where patrons are able to enjoy their

are required for temporary members and member’s guests. • Club members are required to produce their

surroundings and use of club facilities without

membership card upon entry and/or when

Bulldogs Sports Bar

disruption from others that are inappropriately

requested to do so by club management.

11am – late

dressed or behave in an unacceptable manner. To ensure patron compliance with these

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entry to any person not conforming with

socks

10am - Midnight (Thurs) 10am - 2am (Fri - Sat)

• Management reserves the right to refuse

HERITAGE BAR

principles, standards have been set for dress

7pm - late (Fri-Sat)

and behaviour.

CANTERBURY LEAGUE CLUB LIMITED ABN 84 000 191 248 •

26 Bridge Road Belmore NSW 2192 Phone: 9704 7777 Facsimile: 9750 2809 www.canterbury.com.au

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Back by Popular Demand

Tickets on sale 8th July $10pp Full Members | $15pp Visitors

Tickets available at reception or book online at www.canterbury.com.au Actress Mary Coustas' beloved character Effie has long been Australia's most loveable personality and has kept Australia entertained for two decades. She has performed in

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FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER 2014

WIN A BULLDOGS ‘NO BULL’ COOLER FULL OF TOOHEYS NEW VALUED AT $594

THE ULTIMATE FATHER’S DAY PRIZE Purchase a coffee & cake for only $5.50 with any main meal in the Banyan Brasserie to receive an entry form. Starts 1st August Winner announced Father’s Day For full terms & conditions visit www.canterbury.com.au Authorised under LTPM/13/01011

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