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CANTERBURY.COM.AU

MARCH/APRIL 2017 NO.88


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Sunday 14th May

03 CEO’S REPORT

14 DYNASTY

26 THE LAKEMBA CLUB

04 DEVELOPMENT

16 C-LIFE

28 THE ISLANDS

05 COMMUNITY

18 CALENDAR

30 ERIC’S BBQ

06 BAKEHOUSE CAFÉ

20 ENTERTAINMENT

34 INFORMATION

08 FLAME PIZZA + GRILL

24 BULLDOGS

36 MOTHER’S DAY

10 BANYAN BRASSERIE

COVER: Celebrate Easter with Hot Cross Buns available at Bakehouse Café in March & April. See page 7 for more details.

FO L L OW US

Canterbury Leagues Club

@Canterbury_LC

@canterburyleaguesclub


CEO’S REPORT Sports Bar, with Bulldogs matches also being broadcast on the new large screens in the Bakehouse Lounge. So, if you can’t get to the match live then come in and enjoy dinner and the game at Canterbury. In February the final piece of the Bakehouse Outdoor lounge was completed with a translucent glass roof now covering most of the outdoor seating area. This means that you can enjoy a comfortable al fresco meal all year round. To complement the regular Bakehouse menu you can also choose from a range of new daily specials and for March and April we have some exciting new options available for breakfast and all day meals. See page 6 for further information. The plans for the refurbishment of the existing Banyan Brasserie are well advanced and construction will start in this space over the next few months. The existing Banyan restaurant has served the Club well and literally millions of people have enjoyed a meal in this restaurant over the past 14 years. We will be providing details of the new restaurant in coming Journals, however it will be almost double the size of the Banyan Brasserie with a huge al fresco area overlooking the gardens at the front of the Club. In the meantime, under the guidance of Executive Chef Stephanie Azar, the Banyan continues to thrill Members and Guests with a brand new menu introduced in February. Make sure you take the time over the next couple of months to come down to Canterbury and farewell the Banyan in style. Your tastebuds will thank you for it. Happy Easter to all of our Members and guests. As flagged in the last Journal, with the carpark excavation complete there is no longer any noise and dust coming from the site. With a large amount of supporting structure removed we are taking the opportunity to improve the entrance and driveway. The result is an even more comfortable and streamlined entry to the Club. The NRL Season kicks off Thursday 2nd March, with the Bulldogs playing their first game on the following night against the Melbourne Storm. In 2017 Monday Night Football has been replaced by Thursday Night Football and the Bulldogs have already been scheduled for a number of Thursday Night matches. You can catch all NRL matches live in the Bulldogs

In 2017 Canterbury is once again working with the ANZAC Day Dawn Service Trust to produce the official ANZAC Day Dawn Service Program. 2017 is the fourth year in a five year centenary commemoration of the Landing at Gallipoli and World War 1 and we are immensely proud to help acknowledge this significant part of Australia’s history. I look forward to seeing you around the Club.

Dave Brace Chief Executive Officer

BOARD OF DIRECTORS L TO R : R AY D I B ( D I R E CT OR), JONAT HAN BRAIN (CHIEF OPERATI NG OFFI CER), GEORGE COOREY ( DIR E C T O R ) , A R T H U R COOREY (VICE PRESID ENT ), D R. GE ORGE PEPONI S OAM (PRESI DENT), DAVE B R A C E ( C H I E F E X E C U T I VE OF F ICER), PET ER M CM AHON (DI R ECTOR ), BAR RY WARD (DI R ECTOR ), S TE V E M O R T I M E R O A M (D IRECT OR)

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DEVELOPMENT Bird’s eye view as building progresses upwards from the basement level

NEW CAR PARK RISING FROM THE GROUND The start of the new year saw a renewed effort to continue the construction of the multi-storey underground car park at the front of Canterbury. The basement level of the car park has been completed and workers are progressing upwards, one concrete level after another. During the mammoth effort of building this new car park, architects have used new technology to install the large column footings via specially-made concrete column forming tubes which hold in the concrete as it sets. This new system offers advantages over traditional methods and reduces build time because it is easier and quicker to pour and set concrete. The larger column footings are necessary to future-proof the area for potential redevelopment above the site. Above Bakehouse Café, advanced work is continuing to complete the shell of the future cocktail bar. Large glass panes have been fitted around the shell to weather-proof the area and separate the indoor section from the balcony which will eventually turn into a luxurious outdoor terrace. The external area has been further softened with planter boxes full of plants that wrap around the

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terrace, tying its landscape design to Bakehouse Café’s greenery underneath it. Builders are working in tandem to complete the offices above the cocktail bar as well. Once the third level has been completed, the team will move into their new offices; their old space will be demolished to make way for the new showroom and function rooms in the next phase of development. The new showroom will have capacity to seat 450 guests buffet style or 700 guests cocktail style and will be able to host larger entertainment acts. On the western side of the Club, work is still continuing to join the new extension to the current edge of the building which

has seen a lot of progress since the last Journal. The majority of the roof structure has already been installed, new exhaust ducts have been turned on, and the remaining gantry support steelwork as patrons drive into the car park has been removed. You can keep up-to-date with all the latest development news by following our website, Facebook and Twitter pages. Regular updates will also be available in every Journal. CanterburyLeaguesClub @Canterbury_LC

In the last Journal, the Development photo showed that the rooftop hadn’t been joined yet. Forward a few months and the roof structure is now one piece and almost complete


COMMUNITY

CANTERBURY STAFF PROGRAM Every year Canterbury staff members get involved in the community and generously volunteer their time, sometimes putting their bodies on the line, to raise funds for worthwhile causes. In 2016, staff raised more than $5,000 for a variety of charities including Cancer Council Australia, National Breast Cancer Foundation, the Leukaemia Foundation and Children’s Medical Research Institute through a number of fun initiatives like Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, the World’s Greatest Shave and Jeans for Genes Day. Looking ahead into 2017, staff are going to try to surpass that mark with a host of fundraising and volunteering events planned throughout the year including feeding the homeless with local Punchbowl group, Maronites on Mission, spending time with animals at RSPCA

Yagoona, and getting fit and healthy with the 10,000 step Global Corporate Challenge. In addition, every year Canterbury League Club donates approximately $1.2 million to over 120 local community groups, charities, schools and sporting clubs. Canterbury is also a massive supporter of rugby league, junior rugby league and grassroots sports – Canterbury Bankstown District Rugby League Referees Association, Greek Rugby League, Canterbury Bankstown Junior Rugby League Football Club, Kingsgrove Cricket Club and Sydney Cedars Sports Club are amongst some of the recipients that have benefitted from Canterbury’s ClubGrants funding. “Canterbury encourages a work culture that is not only fun and supportive, where everyone comes together as a team, but

also where giving back to the community is highly valued for the social benefits as well as increasing job satisfaction. We want our employees to have the opportunity to be a part of something larger and be able to make meaningful connections with the community,” said Dave Brace, CEO of Canterbury League Club.

Canterbury staff members donned pink to raise awareness during October Breast Cancer Awareness month on behalf of National Breast Cancer Foundation

YOGA TO REDUCE STRESS AMONGST SCHOOL CHILDREN Students from Wiley Park Public School have been practicing health and mental wellness thanks to a $5,200 donation from Canterbury League Club which went towards employing a yoga instructor, Despina Rosales, who taught classes at the school. The idea for yoga came from the school’s Learning Support Team who were looking at ways to support student wellbeing with a priority on supporting children who were newly arrived, children with issues of anxiety and behaviour, and children who needed more opportunities to socialise amongst each other. “As staff, we have participated in yoga sessions in the past and believe that it helped improve our working environment through peer participation and developing friendships. Yoga often teaches strategies of calmness and relaxation which we thought would be beneficial to some of our students in terms of improving behaviour and anger management,” said Susie Hadid, Deputy Principal at Wiley Park PS.

The yoga program runs once a week at lunchtime across all four school terms with kindergarten to Year 6 students receiving the opportunity to participate in the classes. “With two regular teachers supporting the yoga teacher, it is evident that children, particularly in the second group of regular students, have improved in various ways including listening skills, following instructions, participation in group settings, relaxation techniques, supporting peers and encouraging one another,” said Tamara Cook, classroom teacher at Wiley Park PS.

Wiley Park PS’s teachers have also commented on how participants have shown an improvement in their classroom behaviour and the way in which they deal with problems and issues in the classroom and playground. “Children nowadays are being bombarded with so many different messages which can cause a lot of internal stresses – a yoga program like this is an active solution to help calm and centre their minds while also encouraging physical exercise from a young age,” said Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of Canterbury League Club.

Wiley Park PS students participating in yoga with instructor Despina Rosales and Canterbury Director Steve Mortimer OAM

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BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS Star t your day wit h a delicious breakfast at Bakehouse Café. Available daily f rom 7am to 11am.

NEW S EL EC T IONS

cre pes

waffles

pancakes


taco s

Sink your teet h into our heavenly tacos. Choose f rom pulled pork, s hrimp, c hic ken or fis h.

Availab le in Marc h & April

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pork

chic ken

fish YOUR FAVOURITE TREATS ARE BACK!

Hot

Cross Buns

An zac Cook ies

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N E W AU T U M N M E N U !

We’ve got a brand new menu. Complete wit h some brand new treat s you’re going to love. V iew t he menu online canterbury.com.au or dow nload t he mobile app.

WARM L AM B SAL AD Sweet potato wedges, roc ket , sundried tomato, feta, Spanis h onion & olives topped wit h warm lamb

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CO L D S E AFO O D P L AT E

Praw ns, octopus salad, oysters and smoked salmon

F L AM E S I G NAT U RE C AT T L E MAN RI B E Y E 400 g

S T RAW BE RRY MAC ARO N SAN DW I C H

ser ved on roasted c hat potato complimented wit h mus hroom ragu

Strawberries and mascarpone cream sandwic hed between raspberry macarons

F L AM E W I N E O F T H E M O N T H Zesty wit h citrus flavours finis hing on a ref res hing note. Enjoy a glass of a 821 Sout h Marlborough NZ Sauvignon Blanc when you next dine at Flame.

Glass – Members $6.50 | Visitors $7.70 Bott le – Members $27 I Visitors $31.80 *Available while stoc ks last

RESERVE YOUR TABLE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU OR PHONE 9704 7777

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n m u t u A f o Taste

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American Beef and Bacon Burger

Memphis Spiced T-Bone 350g

ser ved wit h coles law, crispy maple bacon and onion rings

ser ved wit h sweet potato wedges and onion rings


n KOREAN CHICKEN BURGER

Grilled squid salad

wit h coral lettuce, tomato, sweet soy and Japanese mayo wit h a side of kimc hi and c hips

tossed wit h mesculin, carrot , Spanis h onion, capers and cucumber in a lemon dressing

Smoked chicken & avocado salad

Dessert

tossed wit h roc ket , pear and c herry tomato in a lemon dressing

A selection of desser t s available. Please c hec k at t he counter

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MEMBER’S SPECIALS $12 Lunch Special E NJ OY A S E L EC T I O N O F G RE AT M E ALS FO R J U ST $12 E V E RY M O N DAY- F RI DAY *

$15 Blackboard Member Dinner Special E V E RY M O N DAY - T H U R S DAY D I N N E R S EE TH E S P ECIALS B OARD E ACH DAY S EL ECTI O N CHAN G ES DAI LY

*N OT VAL I D O N P U B L I C H O L I DAY S O R I N CO NJ U N CTI O N W ITH AN Y OTH ER O F F ER .

G RAB A BU RG E R & BE E R CO M B O TH I S MARCH & AP RI L AD D A B OT TL E O F O N E F I F T Y L AS H ES , TH E CHAN CER O R TH E S W I N D L ER TO AN Y B U RG ER

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MEET ONE OF OUR TRAINERS: JOHN CHIDIAC start going to the gym with them. I was really motivated to transform my body and I haven’t looked back since – I have enjoyed every minute spent at the gym. What makes you stand out from other Personal Trainers in the Industry? I believe I am honest and realistic as I have been through this journey myself over the past 10 years and know what is required to achieve the results. I have done the hard yards so I can really relate to people who are beginning their own fitness journey and are keen on transforming their bodies and achieving their goals.

John is a welcome addition to the C-Life team and he is now available for Personal Training sessions. Feel free to stop by and say hello when you see John working on the gym floor. What’s your number one reason for getting into fitness and health? About 10 years ago I had a few friends in the fitness industry who kept encouraging me to

What is your favourite machine in the Health Club? The 360-degree Smith Machine because it works out a variety of body parts and encourages great technique. It can basically be used as a “one stop shop” and I believe it can also be safer to use. Whether you want to bench press, deadlift, pull ups, bicep curls or shoulder press, this machine can do it all. What do you love most about working at C-Life? Apart from being close to home, C-Life is a cutting edge facility with some fantastic

Come in and see our friendly reception staff for Personal Training Enquiries, Health Checks and ongoing Health Reviews!

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staff and members. It has its own sense of community and this creates a real feeling of belonging. What is your favourite group exercise class and why? Blitz is my favourite because of its great intensity and it can be catered for people with different fitness levels. It also includes a variety of different exercises, targeting both your strength and fitness. It is a great way to burn those extra calories while keeping the enjoyment in it. Finally, you can’t go wrong with doing a class with one of our favourite instructors, Ray Moujalli. Resistance or cardio, which do you prefer? Both definitely have their place but personally I would have to go with resistance training as I believe if done correctly, it can be utilised as a form of cardio. High intensity resistance training is also a great way to improve general fitness and I find this more enjoyable than just running on a treadmill every day. Also who doesn’t like that pump you get from resistance training! Favourite Quote “Life’s too short to be small”.


MAXXFIT is a unique and addictive full body workout based on a non-contact combative concept. A combination of mixed martial arts moves and fitness drills using mitts and kick shields, get ready for muscle burn and an elevated heart rate to build functional strength, speed and endurance.

CLASS TIMES Tuesday 6:05am (Steve) 9:30am (George) Thursday 9:30am (Ray) 5:30pm (George)

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CALENDAR

WHAT’S ON AT CANTERBURY IN MARCH S U N DAY

M O N DAY

TU ES DAY

W ED N ES DAY TH U R S DAY

F RI DAY

S ATU RDAY

1 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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3 11am Bingo 6pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Storm) 8pm Italian Dance Night 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Peter Morgan (Heritage Bar)

4 8pm Tour De Force, Billy Joel & Elton John show 8:30pm Live Entertainment: : Annie Z (Heritage Bar)

5 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Oscar Kami (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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7 11am Bingo 7:30pm Mahjong

8 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

9 8:05pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Roosters v Bulldogs)

10 11am Bingo 8pm Greek Dance Night 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Franky Valentyn (Heritage Bar)

11 8pm John Tikis 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Joanna Capetanakis (Heritage Bar)

12 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Franky Valentyn (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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14 11am Bingo 7:30pm Mahjong

15 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

16 11am Variety Day

17 11am Bingo 8pm The Frocks 8pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Warriors) 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Phill Simmons (Heritage Bar)

18 8pm George Kapiniaris Fifty Four Not Out 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Tony Mazell (Heritage Bar)

19 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Joanna Capetanakis (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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21 11am Bingo 7:30pm Mahjong

22 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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24 11am Bingo 8pm The Sacred Hearts 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Joanna Melas (Heritage Bar)

25 4:30pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Sea Eagles v Bulldogs) 8pm Flirt Des Cirque 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Liam Cooper (Heritage Bar)

26 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Oscar Kami (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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28 11am Bingo 7:30pm Mahjong

29 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

30 8:05pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Broncos)

31 11am Bingo 8pm The Kami’s 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Chris Connolly (Heritage Bar)

Variety Day Inc ludes a 2 course lunc h $10pp | From 11am in t he Banyan Brasserie followed by a Cabaret Concer t in t he Paragon Show Room at 12.30pm. W hen:

Thursday 16t h Marc h – Christopher Boot h & Dot Cooper Thursday 20t h April – Sharon Calabro & Shane Peters

Bookings essential by t he first Tuesday of every mont h. Phone 9704 7777 to make a booking.


WHAT’S ON AT CANTERBURY IN APRIL S U N DAY

M O N DAY

TU ES DAY

W ED N ES DAY TH U R S DAY

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S ATU RDAY 1 8pm The Definitive Roy Orbison Tribute 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Geoff Laing (Heritage Bar)

2 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Franky Valentyn (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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4 11am Bingo 7:30pm Mahjong

5 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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7 11am Bingo 6pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Knights v Bulldogs) 8pm Mesa Groove 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Oscar Kami (Heritage Bar)

8 8pm Mental As Anything + The Chosen Ones (support act) 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Franky Valentyn (Heritage Bar)

9 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Oscar Kami (Flame Pizza + Grill)

10 11am School Holiday Kids Show: Kids Disco with DJ Kit Kat

11 11am Bingo 7:30pm Mahjong

12 11am School Holiday Kids Show: Walkabout Reptiles 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

13 11am School Holiday Kids Show: Hocus Pocus Science Show

14 11am Bingo 4pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Rabbitohs) 8pm The Mandarin Band 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Joanna Capetanakis (Heritage Bar)

15 8pm Swinging Sixties 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Annie Z (Heritage Bar)

16 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Joanna Capetanakis (Flame Pizza + Grill)

17 11am School Holiday Kids Show: Jack Sharp’s Magic Show

18 11am Bingo 7:30pm Mahjong

19 11am School Holiday Kids Show: African Drum Safari 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

20 11am Variety Day

21 11am Bingo 8pm Jalapeno Deluxe 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Jo Elms (Heritage Bar)

22 8pm Original Sin INXS Show 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Cambo (Heritage Bar)

23 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Fran Brescia (Flame Pizza + Grill) 4pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (West Tigers v Bulldogs)

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25 11am Bingo 7:30pm Mahjong

26 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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28 11am Bingo 8pm The Kami’s 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Troy Smith (Heritage Bar)

29 5:30pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Raiders) 8pm Wendy Matthews 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Terry Batu (Heritage Bar)

30 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Peter Morgan (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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JOHN TIKIS

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN Two Pianos – Two Music Legends on One Night - Tour de Force. Elton Jack (Lance Strauss) & Big Shot (Jimmy Mann) replicate the sound that is synonymous with Elton John & Billy Joel, playing all of the power rock songs & beautiful ballads.

SATURDAY 4TH MARCH DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $10PP I VISITORS $15PP

GEORGE KAPINIARIS FIFTY FOUR NOT OUT!

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With 8 gold records and 15 albums to his credit, John Tikis is the ultimate Greek international performer.

SATURDAY 11TH MARCH DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $15PP I VISITORS $20PP NO FREE TICKETS

GEORGE KAPINIARIS

FIFTY FOUR NOT OUT

Flirt

DES CIRQUE George Kapiniaris is one of this country’s best loved comedians, having had an incredible impact on Australian popular culture over the past 30 years. George is celebrating with his ’54 Not Out’ show & will be joined by comedian Gabriel Rossi & bouzouki player Costas Sakellaris.

GEORGE’S HAPPYKAPPY SATURDAY 18TH MARCH BIRTHDAY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM PARTY MEMBERS $20PP I VISITORS $25PP NO FREE TICKETS

Enter the captivating world of Flirt Des Cirque. From burlesque to circus, it’s a little bit fun, a little bit out of this world & a little bit flirty. Vocalists, circus master Hayes Loau & circus mistress Dina David, lead a cast of acrobats, contortionist & dancers, through a glamorous and extraordinary evening.

SATURDAY 25TH MARCH DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $10PP I VISITORS $15PP

UNCENSORED BEFORE RECORDED LIVE AND RNE AUDIENCE!” A RAUCOUS MELBOU

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ALL SHOWS ARE OVER 18 EVENTS. TICKETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU AT RECEPTION OR BY PHONING 9704 7777. PLEASE NOTE SOME OF OUR SHOWS HAVE PATRONS DANCING IN FRONT OF THE STAGE WHICH MAY IMPEDE YOUR VIEW.


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MENTAL AS ANYTHING The Definitive Roy Orbison tribute stars Chris Ferguson with his six piece band, in a show that tells the story of Roy Orbison through his magnificent music, from good ol’ rock ‘n’ roll to his heartfelt ballads.

SATURDAY 1ST APRIL DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $5PP I VISITORS $10PP

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

They are one of Australia’s favourite bands with so many hit songs: The Nips Are Getting Bigger, Come Around, Just Like Romeo and Juliet, Too Many Times, If You Leave Me Can I Come Too?, Live It Up, He’s Just No Good For You & so many more. Supported by The Chosen Ones

SATURDAY 8TH APRIL DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $12PP I VISITORS $17PP NO FREE TICKETS

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN Join the Swinging Sixties as they recreate the sounds, fun and excitement of groups such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks and The Monkees as well as divas like Cilla Black, Dusty Springfield and Lulu.

SATURDAY 15TH APRIL DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $5PP I VISITORS $10PP

Wendy Matthews

Original Sin – Australia’s premier INXS tribute show, pays homage to one of our country’s most popular & successful bands, INXS! The show covers classic songs like Never Tear Us Apart, Don’t Change, What You Need, Kiss The Dirt, Need You Tonight, Original Sin, Burn For You & more.

SATURDAY 22ND APRIL DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

Wendy Matthews is one of Australia’s most successful and talented singers. In an intimate evening, Wendy & her virtuoso band will enchant the audience with her soulful songs, including the unforgettable ‘The Day You Went Away’ and a selection from her latest album ‘Billie and Me’ which celebrates the life of Billie Holiday, one of the greatest jazz singers and icons of all time. Support act from 8pm

SATURDAY 29TH APRIL DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $30PP I VISITORS $35PP NO FREE TICKETS

ALL SHOWS ARE OVER 18 EVENTS. TICKETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU AT RECEPTION OR BY PHONING 9704 7777. PLEASE NOTE SOME OF OUR SHOWS HAVE PATRONS DANCING IN FRONT OF THE STAGE WHICH MAY IMPEDE YOUR VIEW.

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Filipino SPECTACULAR

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN The Filipino Spectacular show features the award winning vocalist Lillian De Los Reyes, who presents some of the best Filipino singing & dancing talent in Australia today. Most of the shows performers have appeared in spectacular musicals such as Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Miss Saigon & The King & I.

Performed by Australia’s internationally acclaimed Beatles impersonators, this is an amazing live show that recreates note-fornote the music of the fab four using vintage instruments and wearing authentic costumes.

SATURDAY 13TH MAY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $5PP I VISITORS $10PP

SATURDAY 6TH MAY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

SULTANS OF SWING GREATEST HITS

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

CELEBRATING THE MUSIC OF DIRE STRAITS Featuring

Sultans of Swing is Australia’s best Dire Straits tribute show. A seven piece band, led by guitar maestro Eric Aranda (Damien Leith, Guy Sebastian, Diana Rouvas & more) recreate epic Dire Straits songs like Walk Of Life, So Far Away, Telegraph Road, Romeo And Juliet, Money For Nothing, Sultans Of Swing and many more.

SATURDAY 20 MAY SATURDAY 20TH MAY

Performing all the hits of dire straits DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM

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Get your dancing shoes on & join the talented cast of ‘The Best Disco in Town’ singing & dancing along to the classic disco tunes of groups such as Earth Wind & Fire, Michael Jackson, The Jackson 5, The Ritchie Family, The Supremes, K.C. & The Sunshine Band, The Bee Gees & more.

SATURDAY 27TH MAY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

ALL SHOWS ARE OVER 18 EVENTS. TICKETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU AT RECEPTION OR BY PHONING 9704 7777. PLEASE NOTE SOME OF OUR SHOWS HAVE PATRONS DANCING IN FRONT OF THE STAGE WHICH MAY IMPEDE YOUR VIEW.


School Holiday E N T E R TA I N M E N T

KIDS DISCO WITH DJ KITKAT MONDAY 10TH APRIL | SHOWTIME 11AM $4 PER CHILD

WALKABOUT REPTILES WEDNESDAY 12TH APRIL | SHOWTIME 11AM $5 PER CHILD

HOCOS POCUS SCIENCE SHOW THURSDAY 13TH APRIL | SHOWTIME 11AM $7 PER CHILD

JACK SHARP’S MAGIC SHOW MONDAY 17TH APRIL | SHOWTIME 11AM $4 PER CHILD

AFRICAN DRUM SAFARI WEDNESDAY 19TH APRIL | SHOWTIME 11AM $6 PER CHILD

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ANZAC DAY EVENTS F R I D AY 21 S T A P R I L A N Z A C Dinner | Start 7pm 3 course dinner with entertainment Tickets: Free for Lakemba RSL Sub-Branch Members, $30 for Non-Sub Branch Members. Tickets available from The Lakemba Club Reception

S U N D AY 23 R D A P R I L A N Z A C Sunday Ser vice | Start 3pm Anzac Memorial Ser vice in The Lakemba Club Auditorium T U E S D AY 25 T H A P R I L A N Z A C Day Ser vice The Lakemba Club will be open at 6am. March commences promptly at 7am in front of the Club before heading to the War Memorial at Lakemba Station.

For further details please call The Lakemba Club Reception on 9751 5888.

Followed by breakfast and lunch back at the Club for all who marched.

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$3,000 worth of Easter Eggs to be won! T H U R S DAY 6 T H A P R I L TICKETS ON SALE 6PM D R AW N AT 7 P M The Easter Bonanza Raffle is replacing Thursday Monster Meat R a f f l e o n 0 6 /0 4 /2 0 1 7


PLAY POKER

MAHJONG

AT THE LAKEMBA CLUB NEW DAY! EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT FROM 6PM FREE ENTRY | $500 PRIZE POOL REGISTRATION FROM 6PM | START FROM 7PM

$12 BUY IN $500 PRIZE POOL

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EVERY SUNDAY

GAME STARTS 1PM REGISTRATION FROM 12PM NEW PLAYERS ALWAYS WELCOME

免费比。每场比赛奖金$500 每个星期天 报名时间: 6PM 开始时间: 7PM

ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR THURSDAY NIGHTS – FROM 7:30PM MARCH 2 MARCH – IAN BLAKENEY 9 MARCH – OSCAR KAMI 16 MARCH – CHRIS CONNOLLY 23 MARCH – PETER MORGAN 30 MARCH – JOANNA CAPETANAKIS APRIL 6 APRIL – JOANNA CAPETANAKIS 13 APRIL – OSCAR KAMI 20 APRIL – CHRIS CONNOLLY

APRIL

MAY

7 APRIL – TONY MAZELL

6 MAY – PHILL SIMMONS

14 APRIL – TERRY BATU

13 MAY – PAUL FISHER

21 APRIL – DENYS MASON

20 MAY – IAN BLAKENEY

28 APRIL – MURRAY FERGUSON

27 MAY – FRANKY VALENTYN

MAY

WEEKLY PROMOTIONS

5 MAY – PETER MORGAN

BINGO

12 MAY – THEO FARMAKIS

Monday to Friday 11am

19 MAY – ANNIE Z 26 MAY – STEVIE VEE

27 APRIL – TROY SMITH

SHUFFLEBOARD Tuesday 1 – 3pm

SATURDAY NIGHTS – FROM 8PM

CASH HOUSIE

MAY

MARCH

Wednesday from 7pm

4 MAY – IAN BLAKENEY

4 MARCH – MARK BROUGHTON

11 MAY – OSCAR KAMI

11 MARCH – TERRY BATU

THURSDAY MONSTER MEAT MART

18 MAY – FRANKY VALENTYN

18 MARCH – LIAM COOPER

25 MAY – PETER MORGAN

25 MARCH – ANNIE Z

THURSDAY BACKGAMMON CLUB

APRIL

All levels of players are welcomed

1 APRIL – THEO FARMAKIS

SUNDAY MAHJONG

FRIDAY NIGHTS – FROM 8PM MARCH 3 MARCH – DAVID BOND 10 MARCH – STAN ELLIS 17 MARCH – IAN BLAKENEY 24 MARCH – FRAN BRESCIA

8 APRIL – STAN ELLIS 15 APRIL – MARK BROUGHTON 22 APRIL – IAN BLAKENEY 29 APRIL – GEOFF LAING

Tickets on sale 6pm – Draw 7pm

Every Thursday from 6pm

Registration 6pm. Start 7pm. Free Entry. $500 Prize Pool SUNDAY POKER Registration from 12pm. Game starts 1pm.

31 MARCH – STEVIE VEE THE LAKEMBA CLUB 26 Quigg St Laemba NSW 2195 P: 02 9751 5888 W: lakembaclub.com.au

$12 Buy In. Massive prize pool

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Experience authentic Greek food at The Lakemba Club’s latest dining outlet, The Islands. Let Theo, Tasou and Alex welcome you to their family-run restaurant and make you feel at home. All of their dishes are handmade with love and care so come for a meal and feel like a part of The Islands’ extended family.

Host your NEXT event BOOK YOUR NEXT SPECIAL OCCASION AT THE ISLANDS Available for Birthdays | Christenings | Other Events To hold your next event at The Islands, contact 9751 5888 or email theislandsattlc@outlook.com


Beer Battered Fish with chips & salad

Chicken Parmigiana with chips & salad

The Island Burger with chips

Kataifi with ice cream

LOCATED AT THE LAKEMBA CLUB 26 Quigg St, Lakemba Call 9751 5888 to make a booking To view the full menu, visit lakembaclub.com.au

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CAN T ERBURY BANKSTOW N T ENNIS & BOW LS CLUB

E RI C ’ S BB Q As k C hef Eric Wong w hat el se he ha s done in his ca reer a nd he w ill sim ply re ply t hat he ha s al w a y s been a c hef ; cooking is his pa ssion a nd it w ill al w a y s be even after 30 yea rs in t he ind u stry. “I beca me a c hef beca u se I love food , especially Hong Kong style dis hes. I did n ’t pa r ticula rly look u p to a nyone w hen I f irst sta r ted m y ca reer; I w a s j u st trying to enjoy every moment of it . I lea rned m y cooking s kill s in at least 10 different kitc hen s t h roughout m y ca reer – seafood resta u ra nt , street food resta u ra nt , fa ncy C hinese resta u ra nt – you na me it a nd I’ ve cooked t here , ” said Eric w it h a la ugh.

C hef Eric Wong ha s been cooki ng for over 3 0 yea rs, honi ng hi s s kills in Hong Kong style cui si ne

A ca reer highlight w a s w hen Eric beca me t he former head c hef of one of C hinato w n ’s most w ell - k no w n resta u rant s , BBQ King on Liverpool Street (formerly on G oulbu rn Street) , a Syd ney in stitution w hic h ha s been a rou nd s i nce 19 83 . “I w orked t here a s t he head c hef for 2 0 yea rs since I was 3 0 . M y favou rite dis h to cook at BBQ King w a s t he c ri s py c hic ken beca u se it’s suc h a traditional C hinese w a y to cook c hic ken…a nd it’s ta sty !” Move forw a rd to 2 0 17 a nd Eric is still plying his cris py c hic ken secret recipe to patron s at his o w n resta u rant , Eric’s BBQ at Ca nterbu ry Ba nk sto w n Ten nis & Bo w l s Club i n Pu nc hbo w l w hic h he o pened in 2 0 10 .

Sha ndong Chic ken d ressed wit h a light sw eetened soy, ga rlic and c hilli sauce

The resta u ra nt is a fa r cry f rom t he h u st le of bu st le of Syd ney ’s bu sy C hinato w n but don ’t let t he bu sy décor deter you – Eric’s recipes a re still not hing s hor t of exce ptional w it h his specialty dis hes being t he Sha ndong C hic ken, Honey BBQ Pork a nd D ry Hot C hilli C hic ken. H is glossy crispy Roa st D uc k a nd la s hings of succulent Honey BBQ Pork a re s killf ully roa sted in his kitc hen f res h every da y a nd don ’t forget to try t he Sa n C hoy Bo w, sti rf ried pork mince w it h vegetables ser ved in la rge cri s py lettuce cu ps.

Sa n Choy Bow, Salf & Pepper Eggplant and Sesa me Pra w n Toa st – a selection of t he menu item s

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Cooked precisely w it h yea rs of k no w ledge a nd ex perience behind him, Eric is con sta nt ly ser v ing u p traditional and f res h Hong Kong style C hinese food , w it h a n accom panyi ng Western men u for t hose w ho like t heir beef in a bu rger rat her t ha n siz zling. This resta u ra nt is t he ty pe t hat i s best ex perienced in person, ordering dis hes not printed on t hei r men u s (j u st a s k Eric to dis h out his specialities) a nd ju st enjoying t he great meal t hat comes out of t he kitc hen.

CANTERBURY BANKSTOWN TENNIS & BOWLS CLUB 61 MOXON RD PUNCHBOWL | PH: 9790 6583


Wendy Matthews Wendy Matthews is one of Australia’s most successful and talented singers. In an intimate evening, Wendy & her virtuoso band will enchant the audience with her soulful songs, including the unforgettable ‘The Day You Went Away’ and a selection from her latest album ‘Billie and Me’ which celebrates the life of Billie Holiday, one of the greatest jazz singers and icons of all time. Support act from 8pm

SATURDAY 29TH APRIL DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $30PP I VISITORS $35PP NO FREE TICKETS

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• ITALIAN DANCE NIGHT (3 MAR) • GREEK DANCE NIGHT (10 MAR) • THE FROCKS (17 MAR) • THE SACRED HEARTS (24 MAR) • THE KAMI’S (31 MAR & 28 APR) • MESA GROOVE (7 APR) • The Mandarin Band (14 Apr) • JALAPENO DELUXE (21 APR)

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10 MAR

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For terms & conditions visit Reception. Competition is open to Members only. Tips must be lodged in person by midday preceding the first game of each round (ie Thursday nights games entries must be lodged by midday Thursday). Please note that entries may be put in advance for those Members unable to attend the Club weekly. Authorised under NSW Permit LTPM/16/00905.


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I N F O R M AT I O N TRADING HOURS CANTERBURY 24 HOURS THE LAKEMBA CLUB 10am - 2am (Sun - Wed) 10am - 3am (Thurs - Sat) CANTERBURY BANKSTOWN TENNIS & BOWLS CLUB From 11.30am (Mon – Fri) From 10am (Sat) From 9am (Sun) AT CANTERBURY: BANYAN BRASSERIE Lunch: 12noon - 2pm Dinner: 5:30pm - 8:30pm (Sun - Thurs) 5:30pm - 9pm (Fri - Sat) BAKEHOUSE CAFÉ 24 HOURS FLAME PIZZA + GRILL Lunch: 12pm – 3pm (Fri – Sun) Dinner: From 6pm - 10pm (Wed - Sun) 6pm - 10.30pm (Fri - Sat) DYNASTY RESTAURANT Lunch: 11am – 3pm (Mon - Fri) 10am – 3pm (Sat - Sun) Dinner: 5.30pm – 10pm (Sun - Thurs) 5.30pm – 11pm (Fri - Sat) BULLDOGS SPORTS BAR From 11am – late HERITAGE BAR 7pm - late (Fri-Sat) C-LIFE HEALTH CLUB TRADING HOURS Monday - Sunday: 24 hours Public Holidays: 24 hours Casual Access: During Staffed Hours STAFFED HOURS Monday - Thursday: 6am - 10pm Friday: 6am - 9pm Saturday - Sunday: 8am - 5pm Public Holidays: 8am - 5pm AT THE LAKEMBA CLUB THE ISLANDS 11.30am – 9pm (Tues – Sun) AT CANTERBURY BANKSTOWN TENNIS & BOWLS CLUB ERIC’S BBQ Lunch: 11.30am – 3pm (Tues – Sun) Dinner: From 5pm (Tues – Sun)

INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS FOOD AND BEVERAGES Patrons are not permitted to bring or remove food and beverages from the club unless prior arrangement has been made with management. DRESS REGULATIONS Canterbury provides a comfortable environment where patrons are able to enjoy their surroundings and use of club facilities without disruption from others that are inappropriately dressed or behave in an unacceptable manner. To ensure patron compliance with these principles, standards have been set for dress and behaviour. ACCEPTABLE ATTIRE: • Neat, clean and tidy casual wear (no large tears or holes) • Tracksuits (top and/or bottom) • Overalls and work boots (must be clean) up to 9.00pm • Football shorts/stubbies of modest length and appearance up to 9.00pm • Dress sandals, boat shoes and scuffs - up to 9.00pm • Casual and sports shoes to be worn with socks • Dress shirts without collars (includes ‘T’ shirts) • Clean and tidy Football jerseys at anytime • Singlets and sleeveless shirts permitted in C-Life Health Club and whilst entering and leaving the Foyer • Caps are permitted to be worn in C-Life only UNACCEPTABLE ATTIRE (not permitted at anytime): • Bare feet or rubber thongs • Untidy and/or dirty clothing or footwear • Singlets (excludes ladies apparel) • Offensive motifs or imagery on clothing • Gang patches or other insignia on clothing • Swimwear or revealing clothing • Helmets, hats, caps, beanies and bandanas other than for medical or religious reasons (facial features must be visible) • Offensive personal hygiene

GENERAL REGULATIONS • Interpretation of the Dress Rules is at the discretion of Duty Management. • Persons under 18 years are permitted in certain area’s (restaurants) of the club however, must be in the company of a “responsible adult” at all times. • Children are not permitted on Club premises between the hours of 12 midnight and 6:00am and (unless attending a member’s private event/ function). • Children are not permitted to enter the Club premises after 10:00pm each night. • Children are only permitted on Club premises after 10:00pm if they are dining in one of the Club’s restaurants or café’s and must vacate the Club immediately at the conclusion of their dining. • Children may be permitted to enter the premises after 10:00pm for the purpose of attending special events as determined by Management. • 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 Duty Management. • 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.

PHOTOGRAPHS The privacy of members and visitors is important. Members and guests are more than welcome to take photos of the club or their meal, however, it is requested the privacy of other patrons be respected and photos of them are not taken. LOST MEMBERSHIP CARDS Members who misplace their membership cards should report their loss to the membership desk at their earliest opportunity. Viewpoints and Opinions expressed in articles appearing in this magazine are those of the authors, and not necessarily those of the publisher. Canterbury is published by Canterbury Marketing for the Canterbury League Club Limited. The publisher accepts no responsibility for the information supplied or changes subsequent to the date of publication, nor for any loss or damage arising from 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.

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