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MARCH 2014 • NO 72


CANTERBURY

MARCH 2014

CONTENTS

3 PRESIDENT’S REPORT

28 BULLDOGS

6 COMMUNITY

32 LAKEMBA

10 FLAME PIZZA + GRILL

34 IMPERIAL NOODLES

12 BANYAN

36 THE BAY

14 BEVERAGE

38 EARLWOOD

16 DYNASTY

40 BELFIELD

20 C-LIFE

42 INFORMATION

22 ENTERTAINMENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

L to R Jonathan Brain (Chief Operating Officer), Ray Dib (Director), Tony Charlton (Director), Arthur Coorey (Vice President), Dr. George Peponis OAM (President), George Coorey (Director), Barry Ward (Director), Steve Mortimer OAM (Director), Dave Brace (Chief Executive Officer)

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT

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THE YEAR IN REVIEW I am extremely pleased to report yet another excellent result for your club over the past twelve months. The trading profit for the year ended 31 October 2013 was $13.2 Million. While this result was down on 2012, our Final Profit for the year after the payment of grants and tax was a record $7.7 million.

anticipate the first projects commencing later this year. Once works are completed, members and guests will be able to enjoy dining in a new speciality café, relax in a new sumptuous lounge area and have easier parking conditions among many other improvements.

As advised in my annual report to members last year, the club is now debt free. For much of 2013 the Board and Management have been preparing plans to ensure that Canterbury continues to grow and prosper well into the future. Early in the year a detailed Strategic Plan was developed and in November a Master Plan Development Application was submitted to Canterbury Council.

As part of our Strategic Plan we have been reviewing all of our models including our membership structure. It is apparent that despite having almost 50,000 members at year’s end, we have the potential for significant growth when compared with other similar sized clubs. After a considered review your Board is proposing a number of changes to the membership structure at the upcoming Annual General Meeting on 19 March. Among the changes we are looking to remove the Associate Membership class and have just a single membership type with a lower annual fee. We are also proposing to move from a fixed annual renewal date to renewing each member’s membership on the date of their joining. This will ensure that all new members will receive a full year’s membership upon joining. These changes, if

This significant plan includes all proposed works to the club in the foreseeable future and will assist us in ensuring that projects can be rolled out in a timely and cost effective manner with the capacity to add on major projects in the future such as a Motel without the need to redevelop back of house areas. With no major issues we

passed, will bring our Club more in line with other major clubs and assist us to reach our membership growth targets. Our most significant building project in 2013 has been the renovation of the Lakemba Services Memorial Club. Re-branded as The Lakemba Club, members and guests visiting the Club can expect exciting new changes; it has been refreshed and modernised and the new Imperial Noodle and Dumpling Bar, sister to The Dynasty, is already building a name for itself with its tasty treats and delightful offerings. Canterbury has always been a proud supporter of the local community and this year was no different. In 2013 we donated $1.35 million to 120 different community and sporting groups (excluding the Bulldogs). Some of the projects we supported in 2013 have included the Starlight Children’s Foundation, funding a food van for the Maronites on a Mission, purchasing a new medical microscope for Canterbury Hospital and a brand new weightlifting room at the local Belmore PCYC.

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For Bulldogs members and fans, 2013 provided an equal dose of highlights and challenges. With the team unable to field a consistent squad early in the year they never quite got into the rhythm that saw them reach the Grand Final the year before. Despite rallying through the middle of the year to make the finals, they ultimately bowed out in the elimination final to the Newcastle Knights. We wish the Bulldogs the very best for their 2014 campaign with hopes for a more fortuitous year. During the year the Flame Restaurant was relaunched as Flame Pizza + Grill. With a menu focussing on quality Pizza and Steakhouse offerings, members have been impressed with, not only the quality

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of food and service, but also the generous portions. If you have not had a chance to check out Flame Pizza + Grill then I encourage you to make a booking today. C-Life Health Club has had another fantastic year – membership is at record levels. In 2013 C-Life launched a new website, a Facebook page and a new members’ newsletter. More classes were added to the timetable and a host of new equipment was purchased and existing equipment replaced. The gym is always growing and is having a positive impact on the health of our members. Despite being a relative latecomer to social media, Canterbury has quickly established itself as an industry leader in this growing

area. The Canterbury Facebook page is now one of the largest of any clubs with almost 7,500 followers. Members have access to the latest information on club activities, food and beverage specials, promotions and shows at their fingertips. I encourage you to follow the club if you are on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and register your email address to receive our electronic newsletter. Aside from social media, we have also improved the Canterbury website to be more intuitive and user-friendly. Members can keep up-to-date with weekly entertainment, purchase show tickets, renew their membership, browse restaurant menus, read about the Club’s community news, and find important


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contact details. We have also recently launched a website for The Bay Sports Club which is informative and easy to navigate. With changes to the amalgamation laws in recent years allowing for clubs to de amalgamate, the Board has been in a better position to evaluate our portfolio of clubs. Through this evaluation it was apparent that due to the significant distance between Canterbury and Bay Sports as well as the different customer profiles, that achieving synergies between the two venues has been difficult. We had also received interest from a number of clubs based on the Central Coast in taking over the running of the Bay Sports Club. To ensure that the best interests

of Canterbury and Bay Sports members were realised, expressions of interest were called for from clubs interested in acquiring Bay Sports Club. A number of very strong proposals were received and following a detailed review, in February we advised Wyong Rugby League Club that we would like to proceed with their proposal. There is still a significant amount of work to do, including consultation with members, before a final proposal can be put to members. However, we are very pleased that the proposal from Wyong Leagues will provide both certainty and stability for Bay Sports Members and staff (including the bowling club) along with a positive financial outcome for Canterbury.

fellow Directors, Management and Staff for your continued efforts that make Canterbury the wonderful club that it is. To our members, on behalf of the entire Board I offer my thanks and gratitude for their continued patronage and support.

Dr George Peponis OAM President

In conclusion I would like to thank my

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COMMUNITY

NRL players and Starlight staff taking phone calls during the Footy Show’s Telethon.

Starlight putting a smile on kids’ faces

and proceeds of the night went towards supporting Starlight’s in-hospital Starlight Express Room programs.

For seriously-ill children life can seem like one giant merry-go-round of hospital and doctor visits, medicines and painful operations.

Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of Canterbury League Club, was there on the night to present a cheque for $20,000 to Starlight.

It can be a never-ending cycle for some but this is where organisations like the Starlight Children’s Foundation Australia come in. Formed in 1988, the organisation helps brighten the lives of chronically-ill children and relieve the anxiety of being sick with their in-hospital programs including the Starlight Express Rooms with Captain Starlight and their out-of-hospital Wishgranting program. “Starlight aims to transform these children’s experiences by replacing pain, fear and boredom with fun, joy and laughter. While health professionals focus on treating the illness, we can offer sick kids support and help them be a child again,” said Louise Baxter, CEO of Starlight Children’s Foundation Australia.

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Captain Starlight Side Ponytail with two of her charges

In 2013, Starlight granted 462 wishes across Australia and their goal in 2014 is to grant 500 more to seriously-ill and hospitalised children. One wish may take up to 18 months to grant depending on the situation and the medical complexity of the case. Canterbury League Club recently participated in the NRL Footy Show’s ‘Big Change for Little Champions’ Telethon

Dr George Peponis OAM at the Starlight cheque presentation with Darryl Brohman & Michael Slater

“It is hard for seriously-ill children to have a normal childhood as they may spend a lot of time in hospital. Organisations like Starlight are so valuable because they create lifechanging memories for these sick kids,” said Dr George Peponis.


MARCH 2014 New weightlifting club to come to Belmore PCYC While all eyes were on our Australian athletes at the Sochi Winter Games, a group of young people were commencing their own potential Olympic journey at the new Belmore PCYC Weightlifting Club. Belmore PCYC recently completed renovations to transform one of their rooms into a weightlifting area any Olympic athlete would be proud to train in. It boasts brand new weightlifting equipment including Olympic bars, plates, chin up bars, multiple platforms, and rubber safety flooring. “PCYC has been involved in many different sports and has had numerous success stories. The Belmore club has its own history and success with weightlifting in the past – George Vasil, who competed at the 1972 Munich Olympics, trained here at Belmore PCYC,” said Nathan Lovett, Belmore PCYC Manager. The weightlifting room and facilities will be available for Belmore PCYC members to train five days a week, Monday to Friday from 12pm - 8pm. They will also be running regular specialised training sessions with qualified trainers throughout the week for participants who want to improve their form and technique. “The main goal for the Weightlifting Club is to train members who are interested in learning about correct lifting technique and

Feeding the frail, elderly and the house-bound Home-delivered meals are a tasty blessing in disguise for many residents of the Canterbury Local Government Area who are unable to shop, cook or leave their homes. Canterbury Meals on Wheels, a not-for-profit organisation based in Campsie, delivers 100 to 200 meals a day to their registered clients. Volunteer drivers distribute meals five days a week to 18 different suburbs including Belmore, Punchbowl, Earlwood and Hurlstone Park.

Belmore PCYC Club Manager and Youth Case Manager

to have some competitors based out of Belmore PCYC,” said Nathan.

Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of the Canterbury League Club.

The new Belmore PCYC Weightlifting Club was made possible by a $20,000 grant from Canterbury League Club.

The first PCYC was established in 1937 by Police Commissioner William John Mackay as an outlet for youths to get active and involved in the community, develop leadership skills while also reducing and preventing crime against young people. Belmore PCYC offers various types of youth activities from boxing, break-dancing, basketball, guitar and drum lessons.

“We believe strongly in encouraging young people to participate in sport and the community since that encourages a healthier lifestyle and helps build character skills that young people will need later in life,” said

“Our clients include the frail aged senior, a younger disabled person and/or carers who can’t leave their charge. We operate our own kitchen and can make individualised meals to cater for our clients’ needs,” said Christine Pape, Manager of Canterbury Meals on Wheels Inc.

choices in meals and effectively reduce costs associated with running the seven standalone freezers previously,” said Christine.

Canterbury Meals on Wheels has just recently completed works converting a dry storage area into a freezer after receiving an $18,973 donation from Canterbury League Club. “We can now offer our clients more

Staff at Canterbury Meals on Wheels plating up

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CANTERBURY Employment reconnecting people with disabilities to THE community A disability should not be a barrier to gainful employment and if anything, a meaningful occupation will help empower people with disabilities. For this very reason, Centacare Industries, which is based in Belmore, provides supported employment and training opportunities to adults with various disabilities including dyslexia, Down syndrome, autism and mental illness. “Employment provides our employees with the opportunity to participate and integrate with their local community. We recognise that skills and self-esteem develop when individuals are given the chance and training

to do work that is valued,” said John Esther, Operations Manager at Centacare Industries. Centacare currently employ 65 supported employees who work in various roles including packaging, assembly, security shredding and garden maintenance. They have clients all over Sydney and provide services to over ten different customers every day. All of their supported employees are supervised by coordinators and Training and Development Officers. “Our main purpose is to enable all employees to fulfil their potential and the diversity of our employees means that there is always someone who has the capability to excel in some area,” said John. “We tailor job roles to suit individual abilities, skill levels and interests. If we have

employees who have particular talents, we work with them to identify and build their abilities.” Supporters of local disability organisations, Canterbury League Club donated $20,000 to Centacare Industries which was used to purchase new equipment to streamline efficiencies and help staff complete tasks safely. Some of the new purchases included an automatic pallet wrapper, gardening tools, trolleys and ergonomic furniture. “For people with disabilities, gainful employment can make the difference to finding independence for themselves. It is also a chance to interact with other people which can only have a positive effect on their lives,” said Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of the Canterbury League Club.

Centacare staff packing a client’s order

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MARCH 2014 Circus spectacular for staff Christmas party

#christmasatcanterbury Competition

A travelling gypsy with her crystal ball and a cheery clown took out the ‘Best Dressed’ male and female prizes at the recent Canterbury staff Christmas party.

Congratulations to the winners of our Christmas Instagram Competition.

Themed ‘Circus’, the night saw Flame Pizza + Grill transformed into a circus arena for the 173 staff and guests who attended. A feast of two spit-roasted lambs, a gelato bar, fairy floss and popcorn machine, a hot dog stand, canapés and entertainment by the Kami’s capped off the successful night. Staff at The Bay Sports Club also celebrated their staff Christmas party on the same night in the Palms Function Centre.

CEO Dave Brace with Nina Field from the Leukaemia Foundation

This year the Leukaemia Foundation was chosen as the supported charity for the night’s ticket proceeds. In total, staff at Canterbury and The Bay raised $3,450 which was provided on the night to Nina Field, a representative of the organisation. 1st prize - $200 Flame Pizza + Grill voucher George Khoury

Awards were given out on the night with the Kevin Stewart Trainer of the Year awarded to Fady Mitri while Employee of the Year went to Frank Edwards, Teddy Felix and Paula Putland. Cristos & Ivanka Lambropoulos

Director George Coorey presents Corey Pinkus with the best dressed male prize

“Thank you to all our staff for their hard work and dedication to Canterbury. They form the important foundation which this entire club is based on and their efforts go a long way in making it successful,” said Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of Canterbury League Club.

2nd prize - $100 Flame Pizza + Grill voucher Melissa Auld

$10,000 Canterbury Renewal Cash Winner Nikolaos Kotrotsos is one happy Canterbury Member after walking away with $10,000 cash from our recent Membership Renewal Competition. His name was drawn out of 19,701 entries. To receive an entry Members had to join or renew before 31 December 2013. 3rd prize - $50 Flame Pizza + Grill voucher Paul Farah

Nikolaos was delighted to find out he was the winner. He said he will be putting the money towards his daughter’s education. Congratulations Nikoloas, we hope you enjoy your prize.

For more competitions and opportunities to win fantastic prizes, check out our social media pages. General Manager Sales and Marketing Greg Bygraves presents Nikolaos Kotrotsos with a cheque for $10,000

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At Flame Pizza + Grill, YOU WILL always FIND something new to try! Introducing the latest additions in the Autumn menu including Mediterranean Chicken Supreme, Peking Duck Spring Rolls and delicious new desserts. Available to enjoy Wednesday – Sunday. View the menu online at www.canterbury.com.au or call 9704 7777 to make a booking.

Mediterranean Chicken Supreme $25.00

Peking DUCK SPRING ROLL $18.90

A whole chicken breast stuffed with Persian Fetta, sun dried tomatoes and oregano.

Crispy spring rolls made with Peking duck and served with a Thai style dipping sauce.

COCONUT PANnA COTTA $9.90

SEASONAL BERRY TRIFLE WITH LIME SORBET AND MINT $10.90

A creamy coconut panna cotta served with druken peaches.

Made with seasonal berries, lime sorbet, Chantilly cream and mint.

Due to the closure of The Dynasty for kitchen renovations, Flame Pizza + Grill will be open for dinner on Monday & Tuesday between Monday 3rd March – Tuesday 25th March

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AUTUMN SPECIAL 750G T-BONE STEAK $44 A T-REX SIZED T-BONE!

An MSA certified grain fed Angus 750g T-Bone. Served with your choice of sauce and two sides. Steak can be cooked rare, medium or well done. Please allow extra time for medium or well done options.

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FULL MEMBERS CAN ENJOY THESE AUTUMN SPECIALS IN THE BANYAN BRASSERIE.

MON TUE WED

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

WED

250g Rump Steak

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

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

Not a full member?

Visit reception to find out how you can upgrade & take advantage of these autumn Specials.

THE ULTIMATE EASTER PRIZE

WIN A JAR FULL OF EASTER EGGS PURCHASE A COFFEE & CAKE FOR ONLY $5.50 WITH ANY MAIN MEAL IN THE BANYAN BRASSERIE TO RECEIVE AN ENTRY FORM. Starts 17/03/14. Winner Announced 20/04/14. For full Terms & Conditions visit www.canterbury.com.au Authorised Under NSW Permit LTPM/13/01011

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LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALs MONDAY – FRIDAY. FULL MEMBERS ONLY

MARch CHICKEN PARMIGIANA served with a garden salad $15

APRil

LEMON SOLE served with chips $15

MAy

BEEF POT PIE served with mash $12

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BEER OF THE MONTH

MAR

MARCH 2014 *NOT AVAILABLE IN FLAME, DYNASTY OR HERITAGE

APR

MAY

BIRRA MORETTI

HOEGAARDEN

KOSCIUSZKO PALE ALE

A light golden coloured lager with a perfectly balanced, delicate malty flavour which is easy to drink with a clean finish. Accompanies Italian dishes such as our March Chicken Parmigiana special.

With an aroma of orange peel, coriander and spice, Hoegaarden’s characteristic taste is entirely unique: smooth, light-bodied, and simultaneously sweet and sour, with a subtle, spiced citrus flavour.

Pleasant rich maltiness, fruity hop finish, restrained bitterness and hints of citrus. Slightly cloudy. Match with delicate seafood.

Full Members $4.50 Non-Full Members $5.30

Full Members $5.50 Non-Full Members $6.50

Full Members $5.50 Non-Full Members $6.50

COCKTAILS Margarita This tequila based cocktail is a perennial favourite; made with tequila, fresh lemon and lime juice. This cocktail is smooth, refreshing and delicious. Full Members $12.90 Non-Full Members $15.20

Citrus Port Punch A classic cocktail made with port, lemon juice and soda water – the ideal drink this autumn. Full Members $12.90 Non-Full Members $15.20

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Long Island Iced Tea A blend of vodka, tequila, cointreau, gin, white rum and cola or cranberry, the Long Island Iced Tea is a perfect drink for autumn – sip and enjoy! Full Members $12.90 | Non-Full Members $15.20

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NRL GAME DAY SPECIAL

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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 1 Wed 28 May

Game 2 Wed 18 June

Enjoy 20% off when you dine at Flame Pizza + Grill

Game 3 Wed 9 July

WIN A BULLDOGS BAR FRIDGE VALUED AT $350

Bookings Essential. Phone 9704 7777 to make a booking.

For your chance to win order from the Snack Menu during the game.

Conditions: Available to Full Members only. Valid from 6pm – kick off on State of Origin Game Days only. Excludes Beverages. Not available in conjunction with any other offer.

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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Experience a unique Chinese Dining experience

The Dynasty is the perfect destination for lovers of authentic Chinese food. The restaurant itself is magnificently appointed, with its Pagoda style timbers, bamboo curtain roof, dramatic artworks and its watercourse giving diners the impression that the restaurant is floating on a lake.

Black Pepper Diced Beef with Walnut 甜桃黑椒牛柳粒 $25.80

Lobster Sashimi Served with Wasabi & Shoyu Sauce (Raw Lobster) 刺身 Market Price

PLEASE NOTE, THE DYNASTY WILL BE CLOSED FOR KITCHEN RENOVATIONS UNTIL WEDNESDAY 26TH MARCH. WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED. 16


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Yum Cha Available daily for lunch. From $5.50 per dish

Mother’s Day BANQUET Sunday 11th May

Entrée Spring Roll, Prawn Cutlet 雜錦炸盆

Celebrate

Mother’s Day at The Dynasty

$48 per person

Seafood San Choi Bao 海鮮生菜飽

Main Course King Prawn with Salt and Pepper 椒鹽明蝦球

Sizzling Mongolian Lamb 鐵板蒙古羊肉

Fillet Chicken with Satay Sauce 沙爹雞柳

Fillet Beef with Honey Snap Peas 蜜豆牛柳

Stir-Fried Snow Peas, Broccoli & Mushrooms 清炒荷豆西籣花草菇

Special Fried Rice and Boiled Rice 炒飯 或絲苗白飯

Dessert Fried Ice Cream 炸雪糕

Chinese Tea

For Reservations & Enquiries Phone 9704 7704 or 9704 6633 Email: info@thedynasty.com.au

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tickets on sale now

SCHOOL HOLIDAY

ENTERTAINMENT Do you know a 6–13 year old with a special talent? Canterbury is on the search for a star. Grand Final Prize pool of $500. ENTRY IS FREE! Contestants must be between the ages of 6 to 13 years inclusive.To enter please contact 9544 1728 before 11/04/2014.

Canterbury’s Search for a Star – Junior Hosted by Jadyen Rodriguez

$3 PER CHILD

Monday 14th, Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th April From 10.30am Come along and watch the contestants battle it out. Tickets $3 per child per day. Prizes for the Best Cheer Squad!

Joey Presto’s Magic Show Wednesday 23rd April 11am showtime

$3 PER CHILD

Tickets for SEARCH FOR A STAR or Magic Show available from reception or online at www.canterbury.com.au

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Parents and babies (12 months or under) do not require a ticket. All children must be accompanied by an adult.


Celebrate

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with Canterbury BOOK A FUNCTION ON A FRIDAY IN MARCH, APRIL OR MAY AND RECEIVE 50% OFF ROOM HIRE*

Private function rooms available for

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

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HEALTH CLUB 24/7FITNESS

Continuing Pilates education for C-Life instructors C-Life members will find an exciting newlyupdated Pilates program when they come to their next class. Gym instructors Mariana Tolj and Mick Murphy recently completed an intensive Rebecca Leone Pilates Excel two-week course as part of a continuing education initiative to keep on developing the skills of C-Life instructors and personal trainers. “Our members can now enjoy the same great exercises from the Pilates Method with the added benefits of being taught correct technique for a strong and supple back without the risk of injury.” said Arthur

Siambis, General Manager of C-Life. Pilates is a form of exercise first introduced by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century as a way to build strength and endurance in the ‘powerhouse’ muscles. The main difference between Pilates and Yoga is the former emphasises the importance of building core strength and stability, recovering from past injuries and

Canterburykids School holiday program

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

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.

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Dates & Times Tues 15th April Thurs 17th April Tues 22nd April Thurs 24th April All Day 9am - 2.30pm $40 Half Day 9am - 12pm $25

prevention. Yoga focuses more on destressing the mind and achieving a balance in body, mind and spirit with breathing and meditation exercises.

Visit www.clifehealth.com.au/groupfitness for the current timetable or call C-Life on 9704 7712 for further information.


MARCH 2014 Equpment profile: Jacobs Ladders Be sure to check out the two Jacobs Ladders on the gym floor. These two pieces of equipment provide a great alternative to the normal bike, treadmill and cross trainer. The Jacobs Ladder is a whole body workout and burns a great deal more calories than a treadmill in far less time.

New Equipment We’re excited to be expanding our equipment range with 8 new cardio and 5 new resistance training pieces. All your fitness goals are catered to with the state of the art equipment from LifeFitness including an Assisted Chin Up/Dip machine, Seated Support Row and Hammer Strength Chest/ Back Combo to complete your upper body workout.

rehabilitation, ageing adults and beginners. It works on a controlled path of motion and is easy to use. Originally designed for athletes who demand high performance training equipment, Hammer Strength products benefit all users, from professional athletes to everyday champions. A new leg extension machine is also heading our way to complement this piece perfectly.

The ladder will go only as fast as you wish it to go and it is an excellent piece of equipment to incorporate in your interval training and circuit training.

The Hammer Strength Linear Hack Press offers some of the industry’s most advanced strength training technologies. This ergonomic design gives the advantage of efficient movement to build champions at any level. Patented ‘Iso-Lateral Movements’ allow users to train in converging and diverging movements with both limbs together, independently or alternating. The counterbalanced system allows for very light starting weights that are perfect for

Seniors Week 2014 at C-Life Health Club: 17/3/14 – 23/3/14 It has been proven, that regular physical activity is not only fun and healthy, but scientific evidence strongly shows that it's safe for almost everyone. Health benefits of exercise far outweigh the risk of injury and sudden heart attacks, two concerns that prevent many people from adding more physical activity to their lives. C-Life’s ‘Revive’ class is an exercise program based upon sound scientific research involving aerobic and strengthening exercises—exercises that have been shown to increase the strength of your muscles, improve heart health, maintain the integrity of your bones, and improve your balance,

coordination and mobility. In addition, strength training can help reduce the signs and symptoms of many chronic diseases including arthritis.

For all training tips and exercise programs, C-Life Exercise Specialists are on the gym floor to guide you, or book in for a health check and program at C-Life reception.

entry to all Senior Card holders and we plan to create the biggest Older Adult Exercise class ever on Friday 21st March. Check out the schedule below:

‘Revive’ aims to promote a positive attitude towards exercise for older adults and it is full of functional exercises and laughter. It also supports the close-knit community that has formed at C-Life over the last 6 years. If you're interested in feeling stronger, healthier, and more vital, this program is for you. What are you waiting for? We are continuously looking for newcomers to join our senior’s community. C-Life will be celebrating Seniors Week 2014 with FREE

Monday 17th March: 9.30am Revive Class Wednesday 19th March: 9.30am Revive Class Friday 21st March: 10.30am Revive class 11.30am Healthy Seniors’ Morning Tea Call C-Life on (02) 9704 7712, visit www.clifehealth.com.au or visit reception for more details.

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CANTERBURY ENTERTAINMENT

REGULAR

march

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 March 20 ALEX FERNANDEZ & MONIQUE MONTEZ April 17 CHRISTIAN GUERRERO & REBECCA HAYES May 15 GRACE RIZZO & JOEY FIMMANO June 19 STEVE ST. CLAIRE & NATALIE COLAVITO

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

CASH HOUSIE/BINGO Monday - From 7pm

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

MAHJONG Tuesday - From 3pm & 7pm

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March 7 - From 8pm ITALIAN DANCE NIGHT with Francesca Brescia, Primo Cappucino Band & Special Guest Artist March 14 - From 8pm GREEK DANCE NIGHT with Paradise Greek Band & Special Guest Artist March 21 - From 8pm SALSA KINGZ with Christian Guerrero March 28 - From 8pm THE KAMI’S

SATURDAY SHOWTIME March 1 - From 8:30pm Dancing with Stevie Vee & The Canterbury Showgirls. 9:30pm A TRIBUTE TO PETER ALLEN & J-OK featuring Danny Elliott & Johnny Vee TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp March 8 - From 8:30pm VIVA ITALIA with George Vambuca, Francesca Brescia, The Caballeros & Cast TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

SUNDAY CONCERTS Every Sunday Commencing 2nd March From 1pm TALENT QUEST with Compere Stevie Vee GRAND FINAL Sunday 18th May First Prize $3,000

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

SATURDAY SHOWTIME April 5 - From 8:30pm Dancing with Stevie Vee, TV Legend LUCKY STARR & The Canterbury Showgirls TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

March 15 - From 8:30pm THE GATSBY EXPERIENCE TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

April 12 - From 8:30pm A DATE WITH Television personality “EFFIE” TICKETS: Full Members $10pp Non-Full Members $15pp

March 22 - From 8:30pm RHUMBA FLAMENCO TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

April 19 - From 8:30pm BARRY LEEF’S - MY SONGBOOK TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

March 29 - From 8:30pm INTERNATIONAL ENTERTAINER GREG BONHAM TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

April 26 - From 8:30pm DANCING ON THE CEILING TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp


MARCH 2014

CANTERBURY ENTERTAINMENT SUNDAY CONCERTS

May 24 - From 8:30pm GLOBAL FANTASY TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

June 14 - From 8:30pm SELTIC SIRENS TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

EASTER SUNDAY - April 20 - From 1pm A MUSICAL JOURNEY featuring Vov Dylan, Monique, Shikye Alyce & Dancers

May 31 - From 8:30pm CAN’T STOP THE MUSIC TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

June 21 - From 8:30pm MIDDLE EASTERN NIGHT TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

May

SUNDAY CONCERTS

June 28 - From 8:30pm EUROPEAN CLASSICS featuring musical talents of Joey Fimmano, Grace Rizzo & Graeme Wright TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

Every Sunday - From 1pm TALENT QUEST with Compere Stevie Vee GRAND FINAL Sunday 18th May First Prize $3,000

FRIDAY NIGHT BANDS May 2 - From 8pm ITALIAN DANCE NIGHT with Francesca Brescia, Primo Cappucino Band & Special Guest Artist May 9 - From 8pm GREEK DANCE NIGHT with Paradise Greek Band & Special Guest Artist May 16 - From 8pm SALSA KINGZ with Christian Guerrero May 23 - From 8pm THE FROCKS May 30 - From 8pm THE KAMI’S

SATURDAY SHOWTIME May 3 - From 8:30pm Dancing with Stevie Vee. 9:30pm MICHAEL MONTGOMERY & The Canterbury Showgirls TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp May 10 - From 8:30pm THE MANILOW/SEDAKA SHOW TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp May 17 - From 8:30pm THE TOM JONES EXPERIENCE starring Jacques Renay TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

Every Sunday - From 1pm TALENT QUEST with Compere Stevie Vee GRAND FINAL Sunday 18th May First Prize $3,000 May 25 - From 1pm SCOTLAND THE BRAVE with The Southern Cross Highland Dancers, The Hawkesbury Nepean Pipe Band, John MacDonald & Al Showman

JUNE FRIDAY NIGHT BANDS 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

SUNDAY CONCERTS June 1 - From 1pm Talent Quest Winners 2013 Rachel Fahim & Tony Sergi along with Radio personality Carter Edwards June 8 - From 1pm PAUL PISANI, PAIGE JEFFREY June 15 - From 1pm ANJA NISSEN, DE JA TWO June 22 - From 1pm PAUL FISHER, CARLA MAREE June 29 - From 1pm LONNIE BRABENDER, ALISA GRAY

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. 9:30pm DANNI da ROS (From The Voice 2012) TICKETS: Full Members $5pp Non-Full Members $10pp

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

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CANTERBURY

Six Pak Productions Presents

INTERNATIONAL ENTERTAINER

GREG BONHAM ‘Music of Fire’ & ‘Dance of Passion’ - it all comes alive with the exciting sounds of Spanish & South American Music EXCLUSIVELY MANAGED BY SIX PAK PRODUCTIONS 9544 1728

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Saturday March 29 • From 8.30pm


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CANTERBURY SATURDAY

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8:30PM

MICHAEL MONTGOMERY & The Canterbury Showgirls

Recently returned from Asia with a bronze medal after representing Australia in the ‘World Star Quest’ singing competition, Michael has been wowing crowds for many years with his extraordinary vocal abilities and a diverse range of songs.

tickets full members $5PP ers

non-full memb $10pp

TICKETS NOW ON SALE S AT U R DAY

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8:30PM

THE MANILOW/ SEDAKA SHOW

Mark Bowden has been performing his Barry Manilow tribute show on the Australian club circuit for the past 25 years with hits such as Mandy, Copacabana, Can’t Smile Without You and I Write The Songs.

tickets full members $5PP ers

non-full memb $10pp

TICKETS NOW ON SALE 8:30PM

THE TOM JONES EXPERIENCE STARRING

SATURDAY

JACQUES

S A T U R D A Y m ay 2 4 • 8 : 3 0 P M

GLOBAL FANTASY

RENAY

tickets full members $5PP ers

non-full memb $10pp

tickets full membe rs $5PP non-full members $10pp

TICKETS NOW ON SALE

SATURDAY, MAY 31 • FROM 8:30PM

CAN’T STOP THE MUSIC

TICKETS NOW ON SALE Come watch the entertaining performers from this show as they perform to the greatest hits of popular movies like Grease, Mamma Mia, Priscilla, Viva Las Vegas, Harem Scarem, Strictly Ballroom and more. Tickets - Full Members $5pp Non Full Members $10pp

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

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MARCH 2014 S AT U R DAY

JUNE

7

8:30PM

SATURDAY june 14 • 8:30PM

SELTIC SIRENS tickets full membe rs $5PP non-full members $10pp

Visit a different world with this diverse line-up and enjoy a visual, enchanting experience. Hear them breathe new life into musical memories of the 70s & 80s, interwoven with classical folk and Celtic favourites like Those Were the Days, Gershwin’s Summertime, Scarborough Fair, Knights in White Satin, Devil Gate Drive.

From The Voice 2012

DANNI da ROS & The Canterbury Showgirls

From Australia’s top-rated show, Danni Da Ros is one of the most talented, versatile and dynamic vocalists in Australia. Her powerful soulful tone, unbelievable range, and demanding stage presence allowed her to make it to the Finals on The Voice Australia.

tickets

mbers full mePP $5 bers ll mem non-fu$10pp

TICKETS ON SALE 8 APRIL

TICKETS ON SALE 8 APRIL

S AT U R D AY j u n e 2 1 • 8 : 3 0 P M

S AT U R D AY j u n e 2 8 • 8 : 3 0 P M

MIDDLE EASTERN NIGHT A fantastic show featuring a trio of world famous Arabic vocalists performing a mix of traditional and modern favourites. Backed by the popular KC Music Band and also includes a traditional bellydancing performance.

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ticket

s ember full m5PP $ s ember ull m f n o n $10pp

TICKETS ON SALE 8 APRIL

EUROPEAN CLASSICS tickets full members $5PP

non-full memb ers $10pp

Featuring Joey Fimmano, Grace Rizzo, Graeme Wright A celebration of European classic songs and artists from yesterday and today including Andrea Bocelli, Il Divo, The 3 Tenors, Andre Rieu and Michael Buble. This show has everything from great music to exhilarating vocals, comedy, exciting dancers and wonderful costumes from the magical musical cultures of Italy, Spain, France, Britain, Scotland, Greece, Hungary and many more.

TICKETS ON SALE 8 APRIL

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Simply refer a business to our program for your chance to WIN!* 2014 S

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MARCH 2014

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bulldogs.com.au/teamstore


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THE LAKEMBA CLUB Shanghai-style pork dumplings, fried dim sims and vegetarian spring rolls.

A new look for the Lakemba club The completion of a six-month renovation has seen the Lakemba Services Club reborn as the new and modern The Lakemba Club. The first stage of construction, completed in October, unveiled a brand new sports bar and café area with all new furniture, TAB and television screens.

For those that prefer noodles or rice dishes, the menu also includes favourites like Singapore Laksa, Hokkien Noodles, Pad Thai and Canton Fried Rice. For the full menu, visit the Canterbury website.

new restaurant and improved infrastructure will add greatly to their experience and time at the club,” said Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of Canterbury League Club.

The gaming, showroom and entry reception areas were also refurbished and the club’s external façade was rendered and received a fresh coat of paint. “Construction is now complete and we would like to invite our members and guests to visit the new Lakemba Club. We hope the

Second stage of the renovations was completed in early January. This stage included the building of a brand new Asian restaurant with new kitchen, floors, walls and ceilings, and updated furniture.

The new Imperial Noodles and Dumplings is serving up a delicious range of tasty mouthfuls; yum cha favourites include steamed prawn dumplings, steamed

PLAY POKER AT THE LAKEMBA CLUB FREE ENTRY • $500 PRIZE POOL GAME STARTS 1PM • REGISTRATION FROM 12PM EVERY SUNDAY, ALSO PLAYING AT EARLWOOD ON MONDAY NIGHT (SEE PAGE 38)

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The new TAB area


MARCH 2014

Anzac Memorial Service and Afternoon Tea

ANZAC MIXED SMOKO DINNER

Sunday 13th April at 3:00pm

FRIDAY 11th April at 7:00pm

Each year on a Sunday before Anzac Day, a memorial service is held at The Lakemba Club Auditorium followed by an afternoon tea.

Come to The Lakemba Club for the annual Anzac Mixed Smoko Dinner. The night will be hosted by popular compere Stevie Vee and performances by Tony Pantano.

Anzac DAY SERVICE FRIDAY 25th April at 7:00pm Where: Outside The Lakemba Club. Begins with a march to the Cenotaph in Lakemba.

LAKEMBA ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY NIGHTs From 6:30pm March 5 - JESSE March 12 - FRAN BRESCIA March 19 - JO SOUTHWELL March 26 - PHILL SIMMONS April 2 - BLASSY April 9 - CHRIS CONNOLLY April 16 - FRANKY VALENTINE April 23 - PETER MORGAN April 30 - DAVID BOND May 7 - GREG PRINCE May 14 - IAN BLAKENEY May 21 - TERRY BATU May 28 - IAN BLAKENEY

THURSDAY nights From 7:30pm March 6 - CHRIS CONNOLLY March 13 - TROY SMITH March 20 - OSCAR March 27 - PAUL SOUTHWELL April 3 - FRAN BRESCIA April 10 - JESSE April 17 - PAUL FISHER April 24 - BLASSY May 1 - CHRIS CONNOLLY

TICKETS: $35 Bookings can be made by calling The Lakemba Club reception on 9759 8033.

May 8 - TERRY BATU May 15 - PETER MORGAN May 22 - OSCAR May 29 - CHRIS CONNOLLY

FRIDAY nights From 8pm March 7 - GREG PRINCE March 14 - ANNIE Z March 21 - IAN BLAKENEY March 28 - GEORGINA McGUIRE April 4 - DAVID BOND April 11 - TERRY BATU April 18 - IAN BLAKENEY April 25 - TERRY BATU May 2 - IAN BLAKENEY May 9 - CHRIS DRUMMOND May 16 - TROY SMITH May 23 - DAVID BOND May 30 - GREG PRINCE

SATURDAY nights

April 26 - OSCAR May 3 - PHIL SIMMONS May 10 - STAN ELLIS May 17 - PAUL FISHER May 24 - JESSE May 31 - CHRIS DRUMMOND

WEEKLY PROMOTIONS BINGO Monday to Friday 11am Tuesday 7pm 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

From 8pm March 1 - PHIL SIMMONS March 8 - TERRY BATU March 15 - MURRAY FERGUSON March 22 - STAN ELLIS March 29 - NATALI CARBONI April 5 - PAUL FISHER April 12 - CHRIS DRUMMOND April 19 - GREG PRINCE

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

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THE LAKEMBA CLUB

Introducing Run by the same successful team that manages Canterbury’s The Dynasty restaurant, Imperial Noodles & Dumplings is a yum cha-style restaurant offering quality meals to the greater Lakemba community. Patrons can expect, among other things, fresh prawn dumplings (har gao), steamed BBQ pork buns (char siu bao), steamed Shanghai style pork dumplings and steamed vegetarian dumplings.

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Singapore Laksa

Special Combination Noodle Soup

Rice noodles with a combination of seafood, chicken, tofu & vegetables in a spicy coconut broth. Full Members $12.90 | Non – Full Members $14.20

Egg noodles with beef, BBQ pork, chicken, vegetables & seafood in chicken broth. Full Members $12.90 | Non-Full Members $14.20

Canton Wonton Noodle Soup

Pad Thai

Special handmade prawn & pork wonton dumplings with egg noodles & vegetables in chicken broth. Full Members $11.90 | Non-Full Members $13.10

Rice noodles, chicken, prawn & vegetables tossed in fish sauce served with peanuts, chilli, egg & fresh limes. Full Members $11.90 | Non-Full Members $13.10


MARCH 2014

Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday – Sunday

Located at The Lakemba Club, 26 Quigg St, Lakemba Call 9759 8033 to make a booking.

Hokkien Noodles Egg noodles stir fried with prawn, chicken & greens. Full Members $10.80 | Non-Full Members $11.90

Steamed VEGETARIAN Dumplings (3) Full Members $5.50 | Non-Full Members $6.10

Fried Sesame Prawn Roll (3) Full Members $5.50 | Non-Full Members $6.10

Steamed Fresh Prawn Dumplings (4) Full Members $5.50 | Non-Full Members $6.10

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THE BAY SPORTS CLUB Bulldogs a big hit in The Bay Over 500 Bulldogs fans excitedly gathered at The Bay Sports Club to welcome their heroes at the annual Bulldogs Family Day on January 10. The event kicked off at 1pm with the Bulldogs split into two groups – one group participated in a social game of bowls while the other half mingled with fans taking photos and providing autographs – before swapping over. Players from the Bateau Bay Men’s Bowling Club were at hand on the day to provide the Bulldogs players with advice and quick howto tips before teaming up to play a game of bowls.

2014 Team at Bay Sports

Josh Reynolds and Trent Hodkinson were among the players who mingled with fans wanting to meet and pose with their favourite stars. Captain Michael Ennis, Josh Jackson and Tim Browne were also big hits. “It's always nice to have a game of bowls and see so many people who love the club, come out and show their support,” said Trent Hodkinson.

Bulldogs supporters also had the opportunity to meet new 2014 recruits Chase Stanley, Tyrone Phillips and Pat O’Hanlon, and wish them the best of luck for the 2014 season. “It was a great day for the kids and their families to meet their favourite players and get a few pictures. Thankfully the weather was more cooperative as compared to last year’s 47 degree scorcher!” said Lisa Caswell, The Bay Sports Club Manager.

s e l f f a R r e t s a E

T1st,u8eths&d1a5thyA’spril

SUNDAYAY 11TH M

Ticket sales from 6:30pm. Raffle commences 7pm Bonus 10 Easter Egg packs to be won.

BAY BRASSERIE: Open from 11:30am with live entertainment from Sam Bannerman playing special songs for mum. PALMS ROOM: Enjoy being pampered and waited on with a 2 course (main/dessert) set menu for $29.50/adult, children under 12 years $14.50. Includes live entertainment from Kelly Hope. Doors open 11:30am.

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL: Every mum booked in The Palms Room or Bay Brasserie will receive a potted Chrysanthemum.

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Remember it’s FREE! Swipe your Member Card daily to receive your ticket to redeem on the night.

F4thr, 1i1dth a&y18’sth April Ticket sales from 5:30pm. Raffle commences 6:30pm Join us for the chance to win one of our 100 prizes of assorted meat trays, Easter Egg packs & 1 Mega Easter Egg Hamper for our 50c bonus raffle.


MARCH 2014 THE BAY’S NEW WEBSITE THE BAY ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY BAY BRASSERIE From 6pm local soloist

SATURDAY LIVE & ACOUSTIC From 8pm in the music lounge

CABARET DAYS From 10:30am Tuesday 18th March GRACE RIZZO, JOEY FIMMANO Tuesday 15th April CARLA MAREE, STEVE ST. CLAIRE Tuesday 20th May PAUL PISANI, REBECCA HAYES In December, the new Bay website was launched. Check out the new site at www.baysports.com.au Log on to access what’s on at the club, offers and news from Bay Sports.

Celebrate with The Bay Boook your reception for 2014/15 before 31st August 2014 to receive: FREE CEILING DRAPING & FREE BRIDAL BACKDROP BEHIND BRIDAL TABLE.

CASH HOUSIE & CLUB BINGO Monday 6:30pm

CLUB BINGO Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 10:30am

MEAT RAFFLES Every Tuesday from 6:30pm Every Friday from 5:30pm

TRIVIA Every Wednesday from 7pm

TOLMAN’S TOUCHA PROMOTION Every Friday from 4:30pm

Conditions apply. For more details visit www.baysports.com.au

KING KARAOKE Every Friday from 7:30pm

* 50’s & 60’s ROCK & ROLL * FREE IN THE PALMS ROOM

4 PIECE ROCK & ROLL BAND FROM 7:30PM

DAVE’S ROCK & ROLL WITH VIDEO CLIPS • FROM 6PM

Saturday March 15 JAKE RATTLE N ROLL

Sunday March 23

Saturday April 26 AT THE HOP ROCK N ROLL SOCK - HOP

Sunday April 20

Saturday May 17 BE BOOP A LULA

TEXAS HOLD’EM POKER Every Monday & Thursday from 7pm Every Friday from 7:30pm

5 Bias Ave, Bateau Bay Ph: 4332 1365 www.baysports.com.au

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EARLWOOD EX-SERVICEMEN’S

EARLWOOD

MOTHER’S DAY Sunday 11th May From 12.30pm Adults $4 0 Kids Unde r 12 $20 Tickets a vailabl at EARLWOO e D Reception

Includes Italian style Buffet lunch & entertainment with Sam Pellegrino.

Celebrate Mother’s Day at Earlwood. Earlwood Ex-Servicemen’s Club will commemorate the lives of Australians lost in the war this Anzac Day. ANZAC DINNER Friday 11th April 7pm Mixed Anzac Smoko featuring Rikki Organ and the Chris Castle Band Cost: $25 per person. Tickets available at Earlwood Reception.

Anzac Sunday Lunch SUNDAY 20 th APRIL FROM 12:3 0PM Adults $4 0 Kids Under 12 $20

Sunday 13th April 11:30am Cost: Free

ANZAC DAY SERVICE Friday 25th April 3am Where: Outside Earlwood Ex-Servicemen’s Club. Shuttle bus to transport members & guests to Martin Place for a march to the Cenotaph.

Bookings Essential. Tickets on sale at Earlwood Reception.

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MARCH 2014

` ITALIAN papas BISTRO

DANCE NIGHT

Saturday 29th March Saturday 26th April Saturday 31st May Buy one main meal and get the second one FREE.

FROM 7PM Tickets: $25pp

Wednesday nights ONLY.

KIDZ GO CRAZY Bookings essential on 9558 1055

Free meal must be of equal or lesser value. Not valid on public holidays. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

Come and enjoy some great entertainment and delicious food provided by Papa’s Bistro.

KIDZ GO CRAZY! Saturday 1st February SATURDAY 5TH APRIL SATURDAY 3RD MAY From 6.30pm

Come and enjoy a meal at Papa’s Bistro while the kids are entertained by the Kidz Go Crazy team.

PLAY POKER AT EARLWOOD

EARLWOOD ENTERTAINMENT MONDAY NIGHT POKER Registration from 6:30pm. Game starts 7:30pm. FREE entry. $500 prize pool

BINGO Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11am Tuesday 7pm

FREE EVENT

THURSDAY MONSTER RAFFLE Tickets on sale from 6pm. Drawn 7pm Major prizes $100 & $150 Eftpos Gift Card

FRIDAY BONUS RAFFLE Tickets on sale from 6pm. Drawn 7pm Major Prize $300 Gift Card

EVERY MONDAY NIGHT • GAME STARTS 7:30PM REGISTRATION FROM 6:30PM

FREE ENTRY $500 PRIZE POOL Also playing at The Lakemba Club on Sunday (see page 32)

32 Fricourt Ave, Earlwood Ph: 9558 1055 www.canterbury.com.au/earlwood

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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

Lunch Special - $6

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

Choose from a selection of 10 dishes served with Chicken Sweet Corn Soup. 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 of 6 games 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


ALSO AVAILABLE AT

TOTAL VALUE OF PRIZES $1,000

NRL TIPPING COMPETITION

REGISTER NOW FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN! ENTRY IS FREE! GRAND PRIZE

$1,000

PRIZE POOL OF

$2,500

$50 DINING VOUCHER PER WEEK TO THE TIPPER OF THE ROUND

For more details visit www.canterbury.com.au or contact reception. Competition is open to Full Members only. Tips must be lodged in person by midnight preceding the first game of each round. Authorised under NSW Permit LTPM/13/01011


CANTERBURY Dress Regulations

THINGS TO KNOW

Canterbury provides a comfortable environment

in certain areas (restaurants) of the club but

where patrons are able to enjoy their

must be in the company of a “responsible

surroundings and use of club facilities without disruption from others that are inappropriately TRADING HOURS

Bulldogs Sports Bar

dressed or behave in an unacceptable manner.

Canterbury

11am – late

To ensure patron compliance with these principles, standards have been set for dress

24 hours HERITAGE BAR THE LAKEMBA CLUB

10am - 3am (Thurs - Sat)

and behaviour.

7pm - late (Fri-Sat)

C-Life Health Club Trading Hours

• Neat, clean and tidy casual wear (no large tears or holes)

The Bay Sports Club

Monday - Sunday: 24 hours

• Tracksuits (top and/or bottom)

10am - 11pm (Mon - Wed)

Public Holidays: 24 hours

• Overalls and work boots (must be clean)

10am - Midnight (Thurs)

Casual Access: During Staffed Hours

10am - 2am (Fri - Sat)

Staffed Hours

8.30am - 11pm (Sun)

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

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

Earlwood Ex-Servicemen’s Club

Saturday - Sunday: 8am - 5pm

10am - 10pm (Sun - Mon)

Public Holidays: 8am - 5pm

• Casual and sports shoes to be worn with

At THE LAKEMBA CLUB

• Dress shirts without collars (includes ‘T’

10am - 10.30pm (Tues) 10am - 11.30pm (Wed - Thurs)

adult” at all times. • Proof of age and residential qualification are required for temporary members and member’s guests. • Club members are required to produce their membership card upon entry and/or when requested to do so by club management.

Acceptable Attire:

10am - 2am (Sun - Wed)

• Persons under 18 years are permitted

to 9pm

• Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person not conforming with 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.

socks

10am - 1am (Fri - Sat)

shirts) IMPERIAL NOODLES & DUMPLINGS

Photographs The privacy of members and visitors is important.

• Clean and tidy Football jerseys - with the

To protect it the use of video recorders, cameras

Belfield

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

exception that no opposition jerseys or

and mobile phone cameras is not permitted in the

From 11am (Sun - Fri)

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

merchandise are to be worn on Bulldogs

club without the express permission of a relevant

From 10am (Sat)

5pm - 10pm (Fri - Sat)

match days (home and away games).

supervisor or Duty Manager

• Health Club members must comply with At Canterbury:

At THE BAY SPORTS CLUB:

normal club dress entry requirements

Lost membership cards

whilst entering and leaving the foyer

Members who misplace their membership cards

Banyan Brasserie

The Bay Brasserie

Lunch: 12noon - 2pm

Lunch: 12noon - 2pm

Unacceptable Attire

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

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

(not permitted at anytime):

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

5.30pm - 8.30pm (Sun - Thurs)

• Bare feet or rubber thongs

5.30pm - 9pm (Fri - Sat)

• Untidy and/or dirty clothing or footwear

Banyan Coffee Shop 24 hours

should report their loss to the membership desk

• Singlets or sleeveless shirts (excludes AT EARLWOOD

ladies apparel)

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

• Offensive motifs or imagery on clothing

published by Canterbury Marketing for

FlamE COFFEE SHOP

PAPA’S BISTRO

• Gang patches or other insignia on clothing

the Canterbury League Club Limited.

From 12pm - 10pm (Mon)

Lunch from 12pm (Sat - Sun)

• Swimwear or revealing clothing

The publisher accepts no responsibility

From 11am until late (Wed - Sun)

Dinner: 5:30pm - 9pm

• 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

FlamE PIZZA + GRILL

AT BELFIELD

• Offensive personal hygiene

Lunch: 12pm - 3pm (Wed - Sun) From 6pm - 10pm (Thur - Sun)

SERENE PALACE

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

11am – 9pm (Sun – Mon, Wed – Sat)

General Regulations • Interpretation of the dress rules is at the

Dynasty Restaurant

INFORMATION FOR

Lunch: 11am – 3pm (Mon - Fri)

MEMBERS AND GUESTS

10am – 3pm (Sat - Sun) Dinner: 5.30pm – 10pm (Sun - Thurs)

Food and Beverages

5.30pm – 11pm (Fri - Sat)

Patrons are not permitted to bring or remove food and beverages from the club unless prior arrangement has been made with management.

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at their earliest opportunity.

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.

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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MARCH 2014

Mother’s Day Buffet Adults $60 Full Members | $66 Non-Full Members Children Under 12 years old | $20 per child

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Canterbury March 14 Journal  
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