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Major Business Partners Sport Program Sponsors Official Suppliers and Venues

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Business Reports

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Chairman’s Report Managing Director’s Report Board of Directors Strategic Plan Future Developments

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AFL Athletics (Track and Field) Basketball Football (Soccer) Future Stars Golf Lawn Bowls Netball Rugby Union Speed Skating Surfing Swimming

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Financial Statements Summary Financial Statements Contents Directors Report Auditors Independence Declaration Statement of Comprehensive Income Balance Sheet Statement of Changes in Equity Statement of Cash Flows Notes to the Financial Statements Directors Declaration Independent Auditors Report Trading Account Detailed Profit and Loss Statement Profit and Loss Statement

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official suppliers and venues

Performance Podiatry

GOSFORD BATEAU BAY TENPIN BOWL

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chairman’s report It’s now over seven years since the official launch of the Central Coast Academy of Sport and over eight years since Managing Director Ian Robilliard and I were standing around the bbq in his backyard having a social conversation regarding the opportunities for an Academy of sport for the NSW Central Coast region. It was that very conversation that provided Ian with the passion and drive to make a career decision not to relocate his family to Melbourne to continue in his then high profile role as Chief Operations Officer with the PGA of Australia, but to go out on a limb and establish an academy of sport for the Central Coast region. There are many who would have stuck with the PGA role as the easier or more comfortable option, but in saying that, there aren’t many people I know who have the confidence and can-do attitude of Ian Robilliard. I was delighted to take on the role of Founding Chairman with the Central Coast Academy of Sport and I am equally as proud to continue to represent this fine organisation as we reflect on another very successful year in 2010 and as we strive for further success both on and off the sporting field in 2011 and into the future. Ian’s commitment to the Central Coast Academy of Sport and his service to the local community in general speaks volumes through the profile of the Academy of Sport within the region and further afield.

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CCAS Chairman Mark Holton Photo by John Dewberry - Action Sports Images I know I speak on behalf of all my fellow Board of Directors when I say that it has been a pleasure and a very rewarding experience to play a role in the guidance and support towards the success of this organisation. Over the past seven years, Ian has continued in the role of Managing Director and has built a solid team of like-minded and highly committed staff around him. In 2010, when Ian was approached by former coach and mentor at the Sydney Kings, Bob Turner, to lead the National Basketball League (NBL) franchise as Head Coach in their return to Australia’s top-tier basketball competition, he again had to consider a major career choice in whether to revisit his younger years with the Kings and take on the challenge of leading the side in our country’s most competitive sporting market of Sydney. After many discussions, the decision was made all that little bit easier by the confidence that Ian had developed with his team of staff at the CCAS

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and the understanding of the Sydney Kings that he would still remain in his role as Managing Director of the Academy - an arrangement that has seen the formalisation of a partnership between the Sydney Kings and the Central Coast Academy of Sport basketball program. Ian’s decision to accept the offer to become a King again presented an opportunity for then Operations Manager Luke Tucker to make the step up to a newly formed Executive Officer role and saw the appointment of Hannah Everett as the new Operations Manager. With Luke and Hannah both only in their mid-twenties, some would think we may have been taking a risk having them lead the CCAS into a new era, but providing opportunities for young people is what this organisation is all about. They have the drive, they are more than capable of getting the job done and most importantly, they have the full support of Ian as the Managing Director, myself as Chairman and from our Board of highly


qualified and professional Directors.

for their support and involvement again in 2010.

2010 was again a year to reflect back on for the Central Coast Academy of Sport. Our Male Athlete of the Year, Kevin Moore from the athletics program, won gold as a member of the Australian 4 x 400m relay team at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, whilst Female Athlete of the Year, Elyssia Gasparotto, enjoyed an extremely successful year in the pool along with juggling her other commitments as a talented basketball and surf life saving athlete.

Since day one of the Central Coast Academy of Sport, we have had a real focus on having our sponsors and supporters as actively involved as possible and to this day, we are still looking at new initiatives that we can introduce to add further value to our partners and ensure their experience with the Academy is a very rewarding one.

I could provide an endless run-down of athlete and coach achievements throughout 2010, but in the interest of keeping my opening report to this two-page spread, I will leave it to the sport program reports throughout to cover the wonderful ongoing success story that is the Central Coast Academy of Sport. I thank our extremely valued group of business partners, community partners, sport sponsors and official suppliers

At the 2010 Awards Evening in November, we announced that over 1500 athletes had benefited from Central Coast Academy of Sport programs since our launch in 2004. This is an extremely pleasing figure and one that each and every one of our corporate partners have played an important role in. We often say to the athletes and coaches within our sport programs that when they represent the Central Coast Academy of Sport, they are not only representing the Academy, they are representing themselves, their families, their

region and the sponsors who provide the opportunities they are experiencing. I am very proud to say that I know each and every person involved with the Central Coast Academy of Sport, whether current or past, has gained something from the experience and is a better person for it. Our new tagline “influencing generations through sport” highlights the fact that we’re not just about creating the best possible athletes on the sporting field, we’re about providing a positive influence on a range of citizens who make up our local community. On behalf of the Central Coast Academy of Sport Board of Directors, I thank everyone for their involvement and input into the organisation again throughout 2010 and I look forward to sharing many great successes and achievements throughout the future. Yours in Sport; Mark Holton Chairman

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managing director’s report When our Chairman Mark Holton and I stood alongside then NSW Premier Bob Carr at Mingara Recreation Club and officially launched the Central Coast Academy of Sport in 2004, we made a bold statement that we would strive to become not only the most successful Regional Academy of Sport in NSW, but that we would look to establish our brand further afield. Some seven years later, I can hold my hand on my heart and say that we have certainly lived up to that statement. With the Gold Coast Academy of Sport in Queensland now successfully up and running as a replica of the Central Coast model, it is a clear indication that this is a working model and we now have the opportunity through the link with the Gold Coast, to provide additional exposure and value to the many business partners, community partners, sport sponsors and official suppliers who have aligned their trust and support to the Central Coast Academy of Sport brand.

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professional sporting arena, has reminded me just how important it is to pave the way for our athletes to reach their goals and to experience the thrill of representing at the highest level.

2010 has been another very pleasing year for the CCAS. In a year that has seen a rather significant change for me personally through my involvement as the Head Coach of the resurrected Sydney Kings, I have still remained heavily involved through my role as Managing Director of the CCAS. The desire I had over seven years ago to provide opportunities for aspiring athletes of our region is now stronger than ever and to again be involved back in the 8 Managing Director’s Report

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I am in a privileged position, well supported by trusted Board members and staff, who share my passion for the success of the CCAS. I am also passionate about the Gold Coast Academy of Sport and the Sydney Kings, so to be extremely fortunate enough to play a role in the further development of all three of these fine organisations is something I hold in very high regard and something I will continue to hold great pride and respect within. All three organisations compliment each other and open doors to opportunities that otherwise may not have existed. You only have to look at the group of major business partners across both the Central Coast and Gold Coast Academies of Sport to see organisations like NBN Television, Southern Cross Media and the Greater Building CCAS Annual Report 2010

Society, who through long and established relationships with the CCAS, have extended their involvement into the Gold Coast Academy because they know the level of service they will receive and they know they will play a genuine role in the development of aspiring athletes. At the start of this report, I mentioned our Chairman Mark Holton. As the Founding Chairman, Mark has been involved with the CCAS since the very early planning stages and despite his busy schedule as a highly successful businessman within the finance industry, he too has a genuine passion for the success of the CCAS and will continue to play an important role, along with our highly qualified Board of Directors, in overseeing the future directions and growth of the organisation. Another gentleman who has been involved with the Academy since our launch is Ray Sandell. Ray came on board as a volunteer back in 2004 and is still a very valuable member of our team along with fellow


volunteer administrator Jan Mayfield. Both Ray and Jan have been recognised and rewarded for their contributions to not only the Central Coast Academy of Sport, but our local community in general. The awards are great and are just reward for the countless hours of time and expertise both Ray and Jan offer the Academy, but I know the true reward for them, as for many of us, comes from witnessing the progression of coaches and athletes within our programs. In our office, we have a young team of staff in Executive Officer Luke Tucker, Operations Manager Hannah Everett and Development Officer come Programs Coordinator Matt Johnston. All three of these individuals have the same passion described earlier and the organisation is certainly in good hands with them running the day-to-day operations and management of the sport programs. Throughout 2010, we also benefited from the contributions of former Female Athlete of the Year and

talented young golfer Rachel Robinson, who completed a 12-month traineeship in the Programs Coordinator role and Sam Robilliard, who was instrumental in the revamping of our website in his role as Media Officer before relocating to further his studies at Southern Cross University. The successes and achievements of our scholarship athletes and coaches were highlighted at the annual Academy Awards Evening held in the Mingara Recreation Club Show Room where we again showcased the many great sporting stories and future careers that exist within our region. The major award winners and recipients of sport program awards are featured throughout this annual report. The annual Celebrating Success evening at Crowne Plaza Terrigal was this year complimented by the inaugural 2XU Coaching Conference held throughout the day and brought together the coaches of our sport programs along with a number of senior

athletes and the many VIP special guests who represent the like-minded organisations we work with. Celebrating Success is an opportunity for us to reflect on the successes of the past 12-month period and to provide our valued business partners, community partners, sport sponsors and official suppliers with a first-hand look into exactly where their support is being aligned. 2011 will no doubt be another busy year for the Central Coast Academy of Sport and I can assure you that we will again be looking to do everything bigger and better than we have before. Given the success of 2010, it might sound like a tough task to go bigger and better, but we have always progressed year to year and with the Board of Directors and team of staff we have involved, I can assure you there is plenty on the horizon. Yours in Sport; Ian Robilliard Managing Director

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board of directors The Central Coast Academy of Sport operates under the direction of a Board of Directors with each Director allocated a specific portfolio. The role of the Board is to have primary responsibilty for the strategic development of the organisation, without ‘hands on’ day-to-day management. The Board consists of a highly valued group of professional men and women, who are all successful in their own right. The Board of Directors

CCAS Board Members Mark Holton (left) and Ian Robilliard Photo by John Dewberry - Action Sports Images > Ensure all statutory reporting requirements are met in a timely and effective manner.

Mark Holton Chairman and Director of Finance

> Monitor staff levels and implement staff recruitment when necessary.

Ian Robilliard Managing Director and Director of Operations

Aims of the Organisation

Mike Rabbitt Director of Marketing and Promotions

> To promote interest, participation and opportunities for athletes of the Central Coast.

Carolyn Kay Director of Commercial Operations

> To promote interest, participation and opportunities for coaches, officials, administrators, sport science practitioners and other sports related parties of the Central Coast.

Steve McWhirter Director of IT and Systems Nikki Garrett Director of Sport Programs Key Objectives of the Board > Set the strategic direction of the business and monitor the effectiveness of management. > Monitor the financial welfare of the organisation including the approval of budgets and financial plans.

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> To provide specialist support to athletic performance through the interaction of sports medicine disciplines. > Either alone or in conjunction with any other sporting body whether corporate, individual or otherwise, to promote, conduct and carry out sports meetings, events, tournaments, competitions, education programs for the benefit of participants.

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> To provide sports education for coaches, athletes, officials, administrators and other related persons. > To conduct competitions, demonstrations and / or conferences in relation to any sports and activities to engage coaches, athletes, instructors and others. > To provide an promote vocational opportunities through athletic participation, sports coaching, sports science and general business opportunities for persons involved in the business of sport. > To adopt such means of making known and promoting the objects and activities of the organisation. > To print and publish in any journal, magazine, book, periodical or other medium as may be seen fit. > Liaise with related third parties involved with sports development for the NSW Central Coast region.


strategic plan The Central Coast Academy of Sport has a number of operational performance measures that allows the organisation to grow in accordance with the strategic plan. A review of these operational measures includes: Administration 2010 was the third year of the strategic development plan for the period 2008 - 2012. This document identifies many key result areas that compliment the ‘collective plan’ developed by the NSW Regional Academy of Sport (RAS) network. The RAS comprises eleven regional academies spread throughout the state and as a collective, the group takes a more inclusive approach to the development of sport in NSW. Academies of Sport Incorporated (ASi) is a membership body that gives the RAS network a governance platform to build events such as the annual ClubsNSW Academy Games and to seek

out commercial opportunities for the collective goodwill. ASi is a recognised agency that has direct links to the NSW Government to assist with the implementation of identified state plan initiatives. Central Coast Academy of Sport Managing Director Ian Robilliard stood down from his position as Chairman of ASi in 2010, however Ian still remains an active representative of the Central Coast Academy of Sport with ASi. Through his position as Chairman of ASi, Ian was invited by The Hon. Kevin Greene, Minister for Sport and Recreation, to join the Ministerial Advisory Committee. As a member of the Ministerial Advisory Committee, Ian assists the Minister through Communities NSW to meet their goal of building a strong and sustainable sport and recreation sector. In terms of staff and volunteer support at the Central Coast Academy of Sport, 2010 saw a number of changes including

the introduction of an Executive Officer position to oversee the day-to-day management of the organisation under the support and guidance of the Managing Director and the Board of Directors. With the promotion of then Operations Manager Luke Tucker into the new Executive Officer position, the Operations Manager role was advertised and received an extremely positive response resulting in the appointment of former Basketball NSW staff member Hannah Everett, who is a local sports administrator who had been commuting to Sydney for over eight years in order to progress her skills and experience within the industry. Former CCAS female athlete of the year and talented young golfer Rachel Robinson completed a 12-month traineeship in the Programs Coordinator position in 2010. When Rachel’s traineeship concluded, Matt Johnston was appointed as the new Programs Coordinator of the CCAS and is now coordinating all sport programs on offer.

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To be an industry leader in the delivery of high performance training programs that will have a positive and lasting influence on the lives of our young athletes.

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Passionate in the pursuit of our objectives

our vision The Central Coast Academy of Sport will maintain the traditions of excellence to be regarded as a leading sports brand in Australia and further afield.

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strategic plan Sam Robilliard filled a temporary Media Officer position throughout 2010 where he was focused on the redevelopment of the website and the introduction of streamlined media relations and procedures. Sam concluded in this role in late 2010 to commit to University studies. Programs Assistant Ray Sandell and Operations Assistant Jan Mayfield continued their extremely valued volunteer support towards the organisation again throughout 2010. The support offered by both Ray and Jan is over and above what could ever be expected of any volunteer with their knowledge and expertise always proving a great contributor to the ongoing success of the Central Coast Academy of Sport. Over fifty volunteer program staff including coaches, assistant coaches, trainee coaches, squad managers and program managers were involved across the twelve sport programs that operated throughout 2010. The professionalism and commitment of the program staff was again a major highlight of the community support and involvement the Central Coast Academy of Sport enjoys. Throughout 2010, Central Coast Academy of Sport Managing Director Ian Robilliard and Executive Officer Luke Tucker again provided a great amount of management and administration support and guidance to the Gold Coast Academy of Sport in Queensland.

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The 2010 financial figures are again very pleasing and through the appointment of Macquarie Partners as the new auditor of the Central Coast Academy of Sport, the 2010 end of year financials provide a clearer indication than ever before of the successful growth and solid financial position the organisation.

The Central Coast Academy of Sport offered a total of 12 high performance sport programs in 2010 including AFL, athletics, basketball, football (soccer), golf, lawn bowls, netball, rugby union, speed skating, surfing, swimming and future stars, which is an individual based scholarship program providing additional development opportunities to athletes across a wide range of different sport disciplines.

A graphical summary of the key performance indicators is provided within the financial reports section of this document and highlights a 26% growth in revenue ($595,839 in 2009 to $800,871 in 2010), a 24% increase in cost of sales ($141,950 to $154,808), a 30% increase in gross profit ($453, 899 to $646,063), a 26% increase in expenditure ($439,955 to $598,465) and a 24% increase in total equity ($186,265 to $244,516). Macquarie Partners have shown the true value of all contra sponsorships and advertising agreements within the 2010 financial reports and these amounts have all been represented with the final reports as both income and expenditure. The Central Coast Academy of Sport remains in a strong financial position heading into 2011 thanks mainly to the ongoing corporate support of major business partners and sponsors of the organisation, who are investing in a proven and successful community organisation focused on providing opportunities for the youth of the region.

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These 12 sport programs provided opportunities for over 300 aspiring athletes, coaches, officials and administrators throughout 2010 and as the core business of the organisation, the Central Coast Academy of Sport will again be looking to build on the success of sport programs over the coming 12-month period and into the future. Constant reviews of all sport programs and the introduction of exciting new initiatives such as coach development programs will ensure that each and every sport program on offer continues to grow and continues to receive the best possible support available in the industry. IT and Systems IT and Systems remained a major focus of the Central Coast Academy of Sport in 2010 with the organisation conducting a full review of existing technology and systems in place and integrating a change from the traditional PC technology over to Apple Mac. The front office computer was updated to


2010 Female Athlete of the Year Elyssia Gasparotto with CCAS Director Mike Rabbitt Photo by John Dewberry - Action Sports Images an iMac and staff laptops were updated to MacBook Pros to ensure the organisation remains at the forefront of current technologies and to assist in ensuring many tasks can continue to be performed ‘inhouse’ in a streamlined manner. A new cloud server was introduced along with a change to Salesforce as the main contact management system. Both these changes ensure that all Central Coast Academy of Sport data is hosted online, which comes with great benefits including safe and secure backup and the ability to access data from anywhere in the world at any time. The official Central Coast Academy of Sport website received a full refresh in 2010 and along with the website update, social media sites including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube were also introduced and now support the existing vTeam safe social networking system that was also further developed throughout the year.

Commercial Operations A number of major business partnerships were renewed in 2010, whilst new corporate supporters also joined the CCAS family for the first time. Major business partnerships were renewed with Mingara, Central Coast Radio - 101.3 Sea FM and 107.7 2GO, and NBN Television, whilst existing major business partnerships with NSW Sport and Recreation, Mars Food Australia, Greater Building Society and The University of Newcastle are ongoing and continue to provide a solid financial backing for the CCAS. The newly introduced community partnership level grew throughout 2010 with the introduction of organisations such as Cancer Council NSW, Central Coast Bears, Central Coast Mariners, Central Coast Sports Federation, Display Power, and Donnica Clarke Foundation joining existing community partners Viatek, Crowne Plaza Terrigal, Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club and our local Gosford City and Wyong Shire Councils.

The CCAS remains one of the leading regional academies of sport when it comes to corporate support and this could not be possible without a sound investment model, which continues to provide a well established and structure base for the CCAS’ commercial operations. Special Events The CCAS held its traditional Celebrating Success and annual Awards Evening events in 2010 with the inaugural 2XU Coaching Conference also being introduced as a lead-in to the Celebrating Success networking evening at Crowne Plaza Terrigal. All events conducted by the Central Coast Academy of Sport in 2010 were successful and showcased the organisation and its ongoing achievements to the many valued business partners, sponsors and general stakeholders within the local community and further afield. Special events will remain a focus for the Central Coast Academy of Sport in 2011.

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future developments Administration

remains in a strong financial position heading into 2011, however as always, the Board and staff of the organisation will be looking to grow the business again throuhgout the new year, which means more expenses, but also means opportunities to generate more income to invest back into the core business, which is the high performance sports training programs on offer.

In 2010, The CCAS initiated discussions with Mingara regarding options for the development of additional administration facilities to support to growth of the organisation. Mingara been the home of the CCAS since inception and the modern office within the Gatorade Regional Athletics Centre has serviced the organisation greatly to date. With the growth in staff and the organisation as a whole, the CCAS will continue discussions with Mingara in 2011 and approaches will also be made to local councils, membes of parliament and all relevant Government representatives to gain support towards the further development of office and administration facilities for the Academy. The current staffing structure including the Managing Director, Executive Officer, Operations Manager and Programs Coordintor roles supported by the volunteer Programs Assistant and Operations Assistant will continue in 2011, whilst the Central Coast Academy of Sport will utilise the professional services of official suppliers and other third party organiations for additional requirements such as media, marketing and photography. Finance and Assets As demonstrated through the 2010 financial reports within this document, the Central Coast Academy of Sport 14 Future Developments

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Ongoing initiatives such as the Australian Sports Foundation donation program and a new online store will allow additional avenues for income to compliment the corporate support and extremely valued investments of major business partners and sport sponsors across the business. The Central Coast Academy of Sport will look to further enhance the importing of its own clothing line for sale through the new online store and will also further explore opportunities to import on behalf of and supply to other Regional Academies of Sport such as Gold Coast and Northern Inland, whilst also expanding these opportunities of supply to local Central Coast sporting clubs and organisations. Sport Management The existing 12 sport programs of 2010 will again be offered by the Central Coast Academy of Sport in 2011. These 12 sport programs include AFL, athletics, basketball, football (soccer), golf, lawn bowls, netball, rugby union, speed skating surfing, swimming and the future stars individual scholarship program.

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It is anticipated that these 12 sport programs will cater for over 300 athletes, which will see the total number of scholarship athletes to progress through the Central Coast Academy of Sport since 2004 surpase 1600 in 2011. Central Coast Academy of Sport office staff, in consultation with program staff, will continue to review each of the sport programs on offer through the academy to ensure each is as robust as possible and continues to offer the best possible service and development opportunities to the athletes and coaches involved. A touring party of over 100 athletes, coaches and officials will again represent the Central Coast Academy of Sport at the 2011 ClubsNSW Academy Games in Armidale during the April school holiday period. IT and Systems With advancements in technology sure to continue, the Central Coast Academy of Sport will ensure it keeps up with available technologies and that the new Apple Mac system put in place throughout 2010 is further developed to ensure all Central Coast Academy of Sport operations and administration are streamlined and as productive as possible. Further development of the website, vTeam online sports locker system and social media sites will remain a focus of the Central Coast Academy of Sport throughout 2011.


Marketing and Promotions Consistency in the brand was a real focus of the Central Coast Academy of Sport throughout 2010 and with the new “influencing generations through sport� tagline as the main focus of all marketing and promotion - the simplified rebranding that was introduced in 2009 is now well established. This will continue to be developed throughout 2011 to ensure the Central Coast Academy of Sport brand remains strongly positioned within the local Central Coast community and further afield. The introduction of an e-newsletter to compliment the existing printed newsletter now offers additional marketing and promotional opportunities for the Academy and its valued sponsors and supporters, whilst the planned launch of an online store in 2011 will also provide another platform in regard to marketing and promotional opportunities through the Academy.

Radio and television commercials were redevloped and refreshed towards the end of 2010 with the aim of launching into the market in early 2011. Once the online store is up and running, it will have its own radio and television advertising to compliment the existing generic Central Coast Academy of Sport promotions. The Central Coast Academy of Sport will gain further exposure and promotion through an exciting new major business partnership to be launched in 2011 with local Central Coast marketing company Business 2 Business With a Twist. The B2B partnership will open the door to many new business relationships for the Central Coast Academy of Sport, which may lead to additional sponsorship and support opportunities, but will at least ensure more people are exposed to and become aware of the Central Coast Academy of Sport brand and from there gain a better understanding of who we are and what we do.

The existing Australian Sports Foundation project will be renewed in 2011 and a specific marketing campaign will be centred around the 100% tax deductible donations available to local businesses and individuals through this project. The Central Coast Academy of Sport will target the month of June as a opportune time to promote the ASF donation program as the end of financial year nears. In 2011, the Central Coast Academy of Sport will be working with new official supplier David Brown Graphics to develop a fresh new corporate profile to ensure impressive documentation is available for staff to present to prospective sponsors and supporters of the Academy. A focus on the culture of the Central Coast Academy of Sport will be evident within the new corporate profile and accompanying marketing and promotional materials produced.

CCAS Managing Director Ian Robilliard (left) with Mingara CEO Paul Barnett Photo by Matt Veitch - This Is Photography CCAS Annual Report 2010

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afl AFL was first introduced as a CCAS sport program in 2009 with the 2009/10 inaugural program aimed at providing additional skill development opportunities to aspiring young AFL athletes from the NSW Central Coast region. The CCAS was extremely fortunate to attract the services and hands on involvement of AFL NSW / ACT Talent and Coach Development Manager Darren Denneman, who is a Central Coast resident and was instrumental in securing the financial support and resources required to establish an AFL program through the CCAS. As with any successful sport program, it is essential to appoint the right people to the program staff, which was certainly the case with the inaugural 2009/10 CCAS AFL program. As the head coach of the program, Darren was supported by assistant coaches Anthony Kibler and John Deitz, who shared the same passion and enthusiasm in passing on their knowledge and expertise in the sport to the young athletes involved in the program. With the introduction of a new AFL team in Western Sydney, the Sydney Swans announced an exciting new Swans Academy program, which would include opportunities for athletes from the Central Coast. As a credit to the Sydney Swans and to Darren in his role as Talent and Development Manager with AFL NSW / ACT, the Swans were already well aware of the CCAS AFL program 16 AFL Report

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2009/10 Inaugural CCAS AFL Squad Photo by CCAS Media and approached the CCAS to provide information regarding the new Academy program they were planning to establish and to discuss how the CCAS AFL program may be able to dovetail into the Swans Academy. After a number of discussions between CCAS Executive Officer Luke Tucker and Sydney Swans Academy Operations Manager Chris Smith, both parties agreed that a combined approach towards the new Swans Academy program would be most beneficial to athletes of the Central Coast region and would avoid any confusion that may have been caused by running two separate Academy programs at the same time. A joint approach from the CCAS and the Sydney Swans was made to Mingara and through the increased support of the club, the Gatorade Regional Athletics Centre field was made available as the official training venue for Central Coast based athletes within the Swans Academy program to participate in regular training sessions here on the Central Coast as opposed to having to

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travel to Sydney to receive the high quality training and development on offer through the Sydney Swans. Swans Academy head coach Paul Roos was instantly impressed with the facilities on offer at Mingara and was extremely pleased that Central Coast based athletes within the program would have the opportunity to continue to train locally without missing out on anything that the athletes in Sydney are receiving. Inaugural CCAS AFL head coach Darren Denneman remains involved with the program under the new structure in partnership with the Swans and along with everyone at the CCAS, is excited with the enhanced opportunities the unique initiative of the Swans will create for aspiring AFL athletes of our region. There are many other sports looking over their shoulder at what the AFL are doing in regard to their development of young athletes and rightly so given the effort and investment being demonstrated.


2009/10 afl squad Alex Bailey Ethan Dowling Max Enders Tiger Fitt Jeremy Grocott Thomas Head Beau Heeney Mitchell Hutton Zac Ifield Jaden Johnson Alex Kovac Shane McGuirk Owen Milne Jackson Monk Fin Neaves Alec Power Daniel Risby Alex Rogers Brandon Sarich Jake Spicer Donnellan Sam Telfer Andrew Tolhurst

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afl program staff Darren Denneman Anthony Kibler John Deitz

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athletics (track and field) A full review of the athletics program was conducted in 2010, which involved a group of the region’s most knowledgeable and experienced coaches along with a number of senior athletes, who have previously progressed through the Academy program. Two of the main outcomes from the review were that the Academy needed to focus on the development of coaches, not just athletes and that more of a focus needed to be aimed at the development of younger athletes, who are the future of the Academy athletics program and the sport of athletics in general. CCAS athletics scholarship athlete Kevin Moore (pictured) was the talk of the town in 2010 following his gold medal success as a member of the Australian men’s 400m relay team at the Commonwealth Games in India. Kevin received the overall male athlete of the year award at the 2010 annual awards evening and instantly became a role model for many young athletes who train and compete regularly at Mingara’s Gatorade Regional Athletics Centre - the home of the CCAS. With so many young athletes looking up to role models such as Kevin, the Academy will be focusing on providing a range of different athletics scholarship levels in 2011, which will include a group of junior development squad athletes, who will be mentored and trained by the older athletes.

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2010 Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist Kevin Moore Photo by Getty Images The same approach will be made in regard to coaches with the CCAS to introduce development coach scholarship positions for aspiring athletics coaches to further develop their knowledge and expertise in the sport under the guidance of mentor coaches such as Margaret Beardslee, Neil Hinton and Larry Spencer, who are all extremely knowledgeable and experienced. With a group of senior elite athletes including Kevin Moore, Matt Lynch and Lisa Spencer all performing at the highest level and looking towards future Olympic representation, it is important for the Academy to continue to offer the required support to these athletes, whilst also at the same time, still ensuring that the next crop of talented youngsters are being developed through a pathway that will provide them with a natural progression into elite performance and success at a high level. The CCAS is extremely fortunate to have the support of Mingara as a financial contributor towards the athletics program.

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Mingara also provides the world-class training facilities not only within the Gatorade Regional Athletics Centre, but also through the Mingara One aquatics and fitness centres. It’s an exciting time for athletics on the Central Coast and the CCAS athletics program is sure to offer an enhanced level of development opportunities for a wider range of male and female, junior and senior athletes and coaches in 2011 and the future. In addition to training on the track and field, athletes and coaches involved in the Academy athletics program will also continue to have access to professional presenters and resources across a range of educational and personal development topics including performance planning, sports psychology, media relations, strength and conditioning, injury prevention and nutrition. If all goes to plan, the Academy athletics program may produce the organisation’s first Olympian at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.


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Junior Development Athletes Tara Angell Byron Cavender Jason Dredge Amy-Lee Lawrence Mitchell Starkey

Matthew Buchanan Jackson Collett Dante Falzarano Tracey Kimberley Rhodes

Junior Elite Athletes Angus Baldwin Robert Dredge Mitch Tysoe

Charles Brooks Maddie Powell

Senior Development Athletes Alyssa Betts Cale Bowd Jason Brown Tom Paavola Tommy Robinson Senior Elite Athletes Keatyn Davies Kevin Moore Mark Warren

Stuart Gyngell Lisa Spencer

athletics program staff Margaret Beardslee Neil Hinton Larry Spencer Jon Glasson Ian Hinton Matt Lynch Warwick Whitmore

Mentor Coach Mentor Coach Mentor Coach Development Coach Development Coach Development Coach Program Manager

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basketball 2010 saw a changing of the guard in regard to the CCAS basketball program with Edward Whitmore replacing Chris Ohlback as head coach and a number of top-age athletes graduating from the 2009/10 program to make way for a fresh young group of male and female athletes within the 2010/11 squad. As with all sport programs on offer through the CCAS, the basketball program is as much about coach development as it is about the up-skilling and overall personal development of the scholarship athletes. Chris Ohlback is a prime example of this after commencing his involvement as the inaugural head coach of the CCAS basketball program back in 2004 and progressing on to become a head coach at state level and also a championship winning coach at the men’s Basketball NSW youth league level with the Central Coast Crusaders. With Chris joining CCAS Managing Director and Sydney Kings NBL Head Coach Ian Robilliard as the Kings’ new Operations Manager, Edward Whitmore was appointed to take over the reigns of the basketball program and has brought a real passion towards introducing further development opportunities for not only the athletes, but the group of young aspiring coaches within the program staff. The CCAS basketball program has always been one of the strongest sports on offer through the Academy, whilst 20 Basketball Report

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2010/11 CCAS Basketball Squad Photo by John Dewberry - Action Sports Images our local basketball squads have also lead the way when it comes to competition and results at the annual ClubsNSW Academy Games event. The current 2010/11 male and female teams will again be looking to perform well at the 2011 ClubsNSW Academy Games in Armidale during the April school holiday period after benefiting from regular skill based training sessions and a number of new additions to the academy basketball program including a Gold Coast tour, which included a guest coaching session with former Sydney King and Australian Boomer Shane Heal and some games against Gold Coast junior teams. Formalised links with the Sydney Kings NBL team and the Sydney Flames WNBL side have provided opportunities for our male squad to play curtain raisers prior to Sydney Kings games at the Sydney Entertainment Centre and for our girls squad to participate in Sydney Flames training camps and clinics.

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Off the court, the Central Coast Academy of Sport basketball program remains in a strong position through the ongoing support of AND1 as the official apparel partner to the program and through an exciting new agreement with Spalding as the official ball partner. Both AND1 and Spalding are official sponsors of the NBL, so for these organisations to extend their support into junior basketball and the aspiring athletes within our academy program - is a true sign of their genuine commitment to the sport. In 2011, the Central Coast Academy of Sport basketball program will officially move to brand new state-of-the-art basketball specific facilities at Central Coast Adventist School, Erina, who have also come on board as a sponsor of the program. Oxigen Mind & Body Fitness and Thrive Physio Health Clinic also continue their support into 2011 with the provision of offthe-court fitness, education and personal development sessions.


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Boys Squad

Girls Squad

Tom Akamarmoi Matthew Bateup Bailey Cassidy Branden Ferris Liam Forcadilla Charlie Granger Tom Hoare Jayden Hodgson Warren Jiang Hunter Murray Oliver Robilliard Aaron Stace James Valencia Richmond Whitmore Jared Walker

Monique Carter Janaye Desmond Madison Doorn Jasmine Forcadilla Alessandra Gasparotto Danielle Higgins Jaymee Kokegei Addie Malby Alana McCoy Jessica McGuinness Olivia Pepper Hannah Turrise Maegan Watson Matilda Wilson Charlotte Zorro

basketball program staff Edward Whitmore Matt Johnston Dan Pratt Jacqui Hillmann Karen Irwin Molly Lewis Patrick O’Mullane Ashlee Kokegei Wayne Cassidy Leanne Wilson

Head Coach Assistant Coach / Program Manager Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Male Trainee Coach Female Trainee Coach Male Squad Manager Female Squad Manager

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football (soccer) The Central Coast is fortunate to have our very own team in the A-League competition and the young aspiring players of our region are equally as fortunte to have a genuine pathway from local junior football through to the elite level of the sport here in Australia. In collaboration with the Central Coast Mariners and Central Coast Football, the Central Coast Academy of Sport continued to provide unique opportunities for young aspiring footballers throughout 2010. Following a successful inaugural year of the joint venture Mariners Academy football program in 2009, the 2010 program took on a new and more advanced structure and format, which provided further value to the athletes involved. The 2010 Mariners Academy football program consisted of three age groups for boys with under-14, under-15 and under-16 squads. The program also included a girls squad for females ages 13 to 16 years. Scholarship athletes were selected mainly from the Central Coast region, but to comply with Mariners agreements with Kuringai and Gladesville Hornsby football associations, some talented young athletes from those northern Sydney areas were also selected within the squad. Each of the boys squads consisted of between 16 and 20 athletes with the girls squad having a total of 14 scholarship athletes.

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Mariners Academy touring squad in China Photo by CCAS Media The 2010 Mariners Academy football program commenced in April and finished in December. The program ran parallel with the school terms with a four week break between terms. Training sessions for the boys squads were held at the Mariners Academy Mt Penang training centre on Tuesday and Thursday evenings along with Sunday morning sessions at Knox College training grounds at Waitara. The girls squad trained on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at the Mt Penang training centre. A set weekly schedule was issued to each squad coach prior to the commencement of the program, so that each squad carried out the same training procedures each training session and there was a uniform approach in line with the Mariners club training protocols and culture. This structure and delivery of the program enabled interchange of coaches at various times without

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interrupting the flow of the program and gave athletes an opportunity to experience a range of different coaches and styles. The highlight of the program was a two-week tour of China during the October school holidays for the 14 and 16 year old boys squads together with a 12 years squad from the Mariners junior academy. At the completion of the program, four athletes from the boys 16 years squad were invited to train with the Mariners National Youth League team for the remainder of their season. The Mariners 2010 National Youth League team actually included four athletes who were members of the senior squad in the 2009 Mariners Academy program. Two of these players - Bernie Ibin-Isei and Nikodin Matic, were also selected as substitute players for some Mariners A-League matches.


2010 football squad

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The 2010 Mariners Academy football program provided advanced development opportunities for over 60 aspiring young footballers across four squads including 14, 15 and 16 year old boys along with a girls squad for females aged 13 to 16 years. 16-Years Boys Squad 15-Years Boys Squad 14-Years Boys Squad 13 to 16-Years Girls Squad

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football program staff John McLafferty Damien Brown Ray Sandell

Head Coach Program Manager Squad Manager

Andrew Ollier Steve Arbelo Peter Preston Alan Hackett

16-Years Boys Squad Coach 15-Years Boys Squad Coach 14-Years Boys Squad Coach 13 to 16-Years Girls Squad Coach

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future stars The future stars program is a unique program that offers individual scholarship opportunities for athletes who are excelling in a sport that is not offered as a full sport program through the CCAS. The future stars program is also open to athletes who sit outside the age group or selection criteria of their particular sport. For example, our basketball program is targeted at aspiring young male and female basketballers under 16 years of age, but instead of cutting off their access to opportunities for further development at 16 or older, we can offer additional support to those athletes who demonstrate a true commitment to their further development through the future stars program. Basketball athletes Jack Robilliard, Jared Scoines and Paige Melville were all members of the 2010 future stars program and received valuable support such as access to Mingara One facilities to complete their training programs locally instead of having to travel every day to train. Robilliard and Melville were members of Australian junior basketball squads in 2010, whilst Scoines was a member of the Sydney Kings team playing in the National Basketball League (NBL) under head coach Ian Robilliard, who is also the Managing Director of the CCAS. In addition to the three basketballers mentioned above, the 2010 future stars program also included Matthew Dawson 24 Future Stars Report

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CCAS Future Star Riley McKay on Wide World of Sports Photo by CCAS Media (hockey), Steven Robson (golf ), Travis Smedley (cycling), Trent Dyer (rugby), Riley McKay (barefoot waterskiiing) and Sarah Cullen (figure skating). Dawson toured Hong Kong and China in July as a member of the Australian schoolboys hockey team, Robson won the Central Coast Sports Federation’s athlete with a disability award, Smedley finished as a dual Australian champion at the National Junior Track Cycling Championships in Melbourne during April, Dyer represented Australia in Rugby 7s in Dubai during December, McKay represented Australia at the World Barefoot Waterskiing Championships after winning gold in the Australian Championships and Cullen finished with impressive results at the Australian Novice Figure Skating Championships. As you can see from the brief overview above, each of the future stars athletes are achieveing at the peak of their chosen sport and if not already representing at the highest possible level, they’re certainly well on their way to doing so

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and are benefiting from the ongoing support on offer through the Central Coast Academy of Sport. With future stars athletes already involved in state or national programs overseen by highly qualified coaches, the future stars program is designed to offer value-add support to these already existing training programs as opposed to trying to offer additional coaching to the athletes. With this in mind, the benefits involved in a future stars scholarship mainly focus on providing complimentary or highly discounted access to training facilities, physiotherapy and podiatry, whilst also offering personal development opportunities such as professional sporting resume production, media training, work experience and support with career options both on and off the sporting field. The future stars program is a three-tiered scholarship program and each athlete is monitored and reviewed individually throughout.


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Male Scholarship Athletes Matthew Dawson Jack Robilliard Steven Robson Travis Smedley Jared Scoines Trent Dyer

Hockey Basketball Golf Cycling Basketball Rugby Union

Female Scholarship Athletes Riley McKay Sarah Cullen Paige Melville

Barefoot Waterskiing Figure Skating Basketball

Performance Podiatry

“The Academy prepares young athletes for a natural progression into elite level representation.� Trent Dyer Future Stars Scholarship Athlete Austalian Rugby 7s Representative

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golf The Central Coast Academy of Sport’s 2010/11 Srixon golf is benefitting greatly from the enhanced involvement and support of Jack Newton Junior Golf (JNJG), who are now working closely with all NSW Regional Academies of Sport to ensure a uniform and consistent development pathway for aspiring young golfers. The 2010/11 program commenced in August 2010 with a talent identification day run in conjunction with JNJG and aimed at providing local Central Coast golfers with an opportunity to showcase their skills in front of coaches from both JNJG and the CCAS. Local Central Coast golf clubs were involved in the promotion of the talent ID day and all had the opportunity to put forward athletes as representatives of their club. Following the talent ID day, the Central Coast Academy of Sport selected a squad of 18 junior male golfers, who were all approved and endorsed by JNJG and each of the local Central Coast golf clubs represented. The squad of 18 golfers was split into two groups - an A group for more elite athletes and a more development focused B group. Both training groups alternate between the Central Coast Academy of Sport’s two official golf venues - Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club and Shelly Beach Golf Club under Academy coaches Peter Mayson (Magenta) and Peter Cliff (Shelly Beach).

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JNJG’s Khan Pullen provides advice on putting technique Photo by CCAS Media The 2010/11 program saw the appointment of a skills coach for the first time with The University of Newcastle student Chris Smith offering weekly testing to scholarship athletes within the A group to assist them further with their swing technique and overall game.

7.5 hours through 15 scheduled skills training sessions.

In addition to the weekly A and B group training sessions alternating between the two official venues, the two seperate groups also come together for a combined training session at least once per month throughout the program.

Adam Barnes will captain the CCAS golf squad for the tour and has also been appointed as the overall tour captain by the Academy. An achievement that complements him already being named as the Academy’s Srixon and Magenta Shores Ambassador for 2010.

The full squad participated in a match-play event in October and will attend a Port Macquarie camp in February. The Port Macquarie camp will include match-play and training sessions set in a different environment to what the scholarship athletes are used to. Each member of the 2010/11 Srixon golf program receives a minimum of 40 hours of coaching across 15 scheduled sessions with the A group athletes receiving an additional

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The program will conclude with the 2011 ClubsNSW Academy Games Armidale tour in April where a squad of 10 golfers will represent the Central Coast Academy of Sport.

Central Coast golfers performed well at the 2010 ClubsNSW Academy Games both as a squad and as individuals, so the group representing the Academy again in Armidale during April will be looking to do the same. Other achievements throughout the program included Matt Dawson’s participation at the NSW Regional Academies of Sport Talent ID Camp and the completion of the JNJG curiculumn by all athletes.


2010/11 golf squad Kirt Anthony Luke Atherton Adam Barnes Michael Clancy Adam Davidson Matthew Dawson James Dennis Brent Dowling Dean Garner Sean Glachan Christopher Gray Rob Hogan Patrick Joseph Matt Kyle Liam O’Farrell Reece Oliver Rhys Pye Benjamin Saunders

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Everglades Golf Club Shelly Beach Golf Club Magenta Shores & Wyong Magenta Shores Golf Club Shelly Beach Golf Club Shelly Beach Golf Club Toukley Golf Club Wyong Golf Club Wyong Golf Club Wyong Golf Club Wyong Golf Club Toukley Golf Club Toukley Golf Club Wyong Golf Club Everglades Golf Club Magenta Shores & Toukley Shelly Beach Golf Club Shelly Beach Golf Club

golf program staff Peter Cliff Peter Mayson Chris Smith Margaret Swanson Jan Mayfield

Shelly Beach Coach Magenta Shores Coach Skills Coach Squad Manager Program Manager

“The Academy has provided me with so many great opportunities both on and off the golf course.” Adam Barnes 2010 Golf Athlete of the Year CCAS Ambassador for Srixon and Magenta Shores

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lawn bowls The 2010 CCAS lawn bowls program commenced in March and included 9-months of on-the-green training coupled with educational and personal development sessions for scholarship athletes through to November. The program catered for aspiring junior male and female lawn bowlers aged 13 to 18 years and selected from local Central Coast bowling clubs. Practical training sessions were run under the guidance and expertise of the Academy coaching staff including head coach Miro Perovic of Terrigal Bowling Cub along with assistant coaches Richard Love and Kristy Flaxman. The squad was well supported by Mingara Bowling Club’s Peter Yates in his role as squad manager where he was very active in ensuring the athletes within the squad received the attention and support required from the Academy. A focus was made on ensuring scholarship athletes received personal development away from the bowling green to compliment the skills and technical adjustments they were receiving on the green. Educational presentations and seminars from Darren Stuchberry of 6s Health at Mingara and John Crampton of Performance Enhancement Systems proved extremely valuable for both athletes and coaches involved in the 2010 Academy lawn bowls program.

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CCAS Lawn Bowls staff with Mingara’s Sarah Russell (left) Photo by John Dewberry - Action Sports Images A team of 7 athletes were selected to represent the Central Coast Academy of Sport at the 2010 ClubsNSW Academy Games in Armidale and this was a great experience for the 7 fortunate young bowlers, who finished with impressive results and benefited from the great team building experience where they had the opportunity to represent the NSW Central Coast region along with fellow Academy athletes across a range of different sports. Head coach Miro Perovic travelled with the squad to Armidale and was very complimentary of the way they represented themselves, the Academy and their local bowling clubs. Through the support of Mingara and a lot of behind-the-scenes work by program manager Kristy Flaxman, the Central Coast Academy of Sport is excited to be working with Mingara Leisure Group clubs Westport and Roselands to share resources and further enhance the Academy lawn bowls program for 2011 and beyond.

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Flaxman has developed a draft development model for the NSW Central Coast region, which is being endorsed and supported by both Mingara and the Central Coast Academy of Sport. Once the base of the development model has been confirmed and enacted in partnership with Bowls Central Coast at the district club level, the Central Coast Academy of Sport will add value to the introductory club development programs by offering enhanced development opportunities for young bowlers aspiring to gain higher representative honours and selections. Bowls NSW has already expressed interest in the development model being developed by Kristy Flaxman with the support of Mingara and the Central Coast Academy of Sport. The plan is to ensure this model works the way it is designed to and when confrmed, it will become a proven working model for successful junior lawn bowls development programs across the state.


2010 lawn bowls squad Daniel Beswick Jacob Casswell Michael Connelly Coeby Cowham Matthew Elwin Georgia Elwin Anthony Kaperonis Joel Thomas

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Davistown Bowling Club Terrigal Bowling Club Everglades Bowling Club Halekulani Bowling Club Mingara Bowling Club Mingara Bowling Club Wyong Bowling Club Diggers @ The Entrance

lawn bowls program staff Miro Perovic Richard Love Kristy Flaxman Peter Yates Geoff Armstrong

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach / Program Manager Squad Manager Assistant Squad Manager

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netball Through a strong partnership with Netball NSW, the Central Coast Academy of Sport netball program is formally aligned with Netball Australia’s development pathway and provides required support and opportunities to aspiring preelite netballers of the NSW Central Coast region. The Central Coast Academy of Sport’s full-scholarship netball program is aimed at athletes within the 16 to 18 year old age bracket from each of the Central Coast’s three representative netball associations - Gosford, Wyong and Woy Woy Peninsula. In addition to the fullscholarship program, 15 year old athletes also have the opportunity to trial for a development scholarship position, which offers an introduction to the fullscholarship program along with skill development support as a lead into the annual Netball NSW 15-Years Development Weekend. Whilst the development of athletes is the key focus of the Central Coast Academy of Sport netball program, opportunities are also available to coaches and umpires through the enhanced support and involvement of Netball NSW. In 2010, the Central Coast Academy of Sport netball program consisted of 21 fullscholarship athletes with five additional 15 year old athletes benefitting from development scholarship positions and participation in the Netball NSW 15-Years Development Weekend in September. 30 Netball Report

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Casey Judge (left), Madeleine Bird and Hannah Jones Photo by John Dewberry - Action Sports Images The 2010 full-scholarship program commenced in January with an orientation squad day including training sessions, educational seminars and sports science testing conducted by The University of Newcastle’s sports science department.

Inaugural Central Coast Academy of Sport netball head coach Marion Van Munster continued her involvement with the program in a mentor coach role offering valuable advice and support to Fahey and the other members of the coaching staff.

Results from the initial squad testing at the orientation training day were then used as comparative data for additional testing later within the program schedule.

Five local netball umpires benefitted from umpire coach Lauren Hill’s technical knowledge and experience in the sport through dedicated netball umpire scholarship positions.

As per the Netball NSW structure that operates across all NSW Regional Academies of Sport, the 2010 Central Coast Academy of Sport netball program consisted of regular squad training sessions with a focus on individual skill development aimed at preparing athletes for future state team selection and higher representative honours. Central Coast Academy of Sport netball head coach Lauren Fahey oversaw the successful delivery of the program with the assistance of Amber Cross, Megan Sharpe and Amy Phillips.

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Athletes, coaches and umpires gained a lot from the regular sessions both on and off the netball court, whilst these sessions were also complemented with involvement and participation in events such the 2010 ClubsNSW Academy Games in Armidale, the 2010 Hunter Festival of Sport Netball Games in Maitland and pre-game opportunities thanks to Netball NSW and the NSW Swifts. The netball program will be further developed through the partnership with Netball NSW.


2010 netball squad Full Scholarship Squad Jenna Chapman Samantha Edwards Gemma Ferrington Ebony Fleming Natalie Franklin Sheridan Free Stephanie Galen-Mitchell Lucy Goldsmith Corinne Hillier Melanie Imber Hannah Jones Stevie Larsen Katie Maguire Sheridan McLuckie Taylor Murphy Eleanor Rayner Ashleigh Robertson Nicola Stone Georgia Twyford Alicia Walsh Amanda Wood

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15 Years Development Squad Madeline Bird Ebony Fleming Natalie Franklin Sarah Johnston Hannah Jones Casey Judge Kayla Reed Ashleigh Robertson Nicola Stone Alyson Weir Umpire Scholarships Kate Farthing Hannah Fryar Alyssa Nusdorfer Nadia Bulgin Alara Townsend

netball program staff Lauren Fahey Amber Cross Megan Sharpe Amy Phillips Lauren Hill Marion Van Munster Jeannine Edwards

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Trainee Coach Umpire Coach Mentor Coach Squad Manager

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rugby union In 2010, the CCAS rugby program was formally recognised as part of the Australian Rugby Union’s (ARU) Junior Gold Program. The formalised partnership with the ARU now provides aspiring young rugby players of the NSW Central Coast region with a more defined and direct pathway to progression through the national pathway for the sport of rugby. The active involvement of the ARU across all components of the Central Coast Academy of Sport rugby program now provides additional resources and support to the Academy coaching staff headed up by head coach Paul Sinclair, who is assisted by Adam Beavis, Paul Briggs, Reg Delaney and Sean Feakes along with squad manager Gary Head. Traditionally the Central Coast Academy of Sport rugby program has catered for the under-16 age group only, but under the new structure in partnership with the ARU - a focus has been put on ensuring suitable athletes are identified and offered the opportunity to continue in the Academy program for multiple years. Selection in the 2010/11 program was based on a talent identification basis with Central Coast Academy of Sport rugby program staff and ARU representatives attending local Central Coast Junior Rugby Union games and approaching identified athletes with an invitation to apply for a scholarship position within the Academy program.

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2010/11 CCAS Rugby Squad Photo by John Dewberry - Action Sports Images A squad of 31 athletes commenced the 2010/11 program with an orientation camp held at La Salle Youth Camp, Kincumber South during October. The 2-day orientation camp included an induction and uniform presentation to athletes, who then participated in high performance training, testing, educational workshops and team building activities. Sport science testing forms a major part of the CCAS rugby program with comparative data used to assess the progression of scholarship athletes within the squad, so they know what areas they are improving in or what areas they need to work harder on to improve certain aspects of their game and enhance their opportunities to continue to progress through the ARU pathway. Ongoing regular training sessions at Central Coast Grammar School will continue to focus on individual skill development, whilst the final training sessions leading into the squad’s participation in

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the 2011 ClubsNSW Academy Games in April, will focus on preparing the athletes for this event. The 2011 ClubsNSW Academy Games will provide the opportunity for CCAS rugby scholarship athletes to come together with athletes from across all other NSW Regional Academies of Sport and ARU Junior Gold Talent Centres to receive expert coaching from ARU staff and even a special guest appearance from Wallabies head coach Robbie Deans. Deans will conduct on-field training with the athletes, but will also speak with them all about the opportunities that lay ahead and how they can best go about progressing to the top. The CCAS rugby program has already produced a number of high achieving athletes including Jesse Parahi and Trent Dyer, who came through the program in the early years, but with the new partnership with the ARU - we can certainly expect to see plenty more athletes rising up.


2010/11 rugby squad Brenton Acreman Keanu Ashwell Russell Bayliss Jacob Briggs Tyron Cullen Adam Danckert Damien Fleming Jarrod Grange Jake Harding Samuel Heterick Jack Johnston Andrew Lawler Jake Lewis Jordan McComb Cameron McNamara Declan O’Donahue

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Keanu Quirk Tom Sinclair Jack Stonestreet Murray Strachan Taylor Suckling Dylan Thorne Joshua Vainikolo Sam Williams Matt Willmott Andrew Woods Benjamin Butler Jack Booker Tyrone Fleming Will Worrall Mitchell Riley

rugby program staff Paul Sinclair Adam Beavis Paul Briggs Reg Delaney Sean Feakes Gary Head

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speed skating The sport of short track speed skating is unique for the Central Coast Academy of Sport and so too are the results that the squad continue to achieve. Under the guidance and direction of head coach and program manager Andrew McNee, a dual Winter Olympian, the Central Coast Academy of Sport’s speed skating squad enjoyed some extremely impressive achievements again throughout 2010. Grant Hester qualified for the Australian national team and competed on the 2010/11 International World Cup circuit, whilst Nate Henry qualified for the 2011 Junior World Championships to be held in Courmayer, Italy.

includes regular fitness sessions both individual and squad based at Oxigen Mind & Body Fitness, who have been supporting the Central Coast Academy of Sport speed skating program for a number of years now.

The Central Coast men’s speed skating relay team finished 2nd and the sub-junior team finished 3rd at the 2010 Australian Championships in Melbourne during October.

The Central Coast Academy of Sport speed skating program was established in 2008 after an approach to the Academy of Sport from McNee, who had relocated to the region from Brisbane.

Grant Hester, Joshua Raines and Jesse Buosi were selected in the NSW senior men team with Nate Henry, Melodie Jaskolski and Jake Stansfield selected to represent NSW as juniors. Sebastian Szukalski was selected as a sub-junior state representative. Nate Henry, Grant Hester, Taryn Henry, Sam Henry and Luke Cullen all gained selection in the Australian elite development team. McNee’s intense training program, which includes plenty of early morning starts, also 34 Speed Skating Report

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McNee’s experience in the sport, coupled with his passion to assist young athletes in achieving their goals is complimented with his extremely valuable technical knowledge and his ability to pass this on to the young athletes through carefully designed and monitored training programs. A new addition to the Central Coast Academy of Sport speed skating squad’s training schedule is inline skating sessions, which are conducted off the ice, but still play an important role in the

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development of the athletes technique and assist them once they hit the ice for their regular training and competitions. As with all other CCAS programs, the speed skating program offers opportunities for athletes to develop personally away from the ice too. Access to educational components of the program and value-adds through association with the CCAS offers benefit to not only the athletes involved directly in the Academy program, but to the Central Coast Speed Skating Club as a whole. McNee understands that coach development is just as important as the development of the athletes within the squad, so a focus has also been placed on the development of young aspiring coaches such as Luke Cullen, who has been involved in the CCAS speed skating program since its inception as an athlete, but is now also conducting training sessions and maintaining the training program whenever McNee may be unavailable.


2010 speed skating squad Jesse Buosi Luke Cullen Grace Felsch Nate Henry Sam Henry Taryn Henry Grant Hester Melody Jaskolski Joshua Raines Jake Stansfield Sebastian Szukalski

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Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club Central Coast Speed Skating Club

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surfing On the back of the confirmed support of major sponsor Grip for at least another 2 years, the CCAS Grip surfing program continues to ride a wave of success. Gosford City Council’s Nick Leslie has been involved as the head coach and program manager since introduction back in 2008 and as a former professional surfer himself, Leslie has been the driving force behind the growth of the program - providing advice, guidance and support to the next generation of young surfers looking to reach the heights on offer through the sport of surfing. Leslie is supported by Sandra English, who is a 10-time Australian surfing champion and offers a wealth of knowledge and experience especially as a mentor and role model to the young female surfers involved in the Academy program. The 2010 CCAS Grip surfing program commenced in March with male and female surfers selected and inducted into the program through nomination by their local boardrider clubs. A new initiative, which ensures Academy surfers are not only representing themselves, but also their home club. The squad participated in regular surf training sessions in the water under the watchful eyes of Leslie and English, whilst exercise physiologist James Cummins also ensured all surfers kept up their required fitness levels with regular fitness training sessions.

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In addition to the surf training and fitness sessions throughout the program, the squad also participated in educational and personal development seminars to ensure a well balanced approach both in and out of the water. In September, the squad travelled to Port Macquarie for a 2-day training camp with Surfing NSW high performance coach Grant Hudson. The camp not only provided additional training opportunities, but also proved a very valuable team building experience for the athletes. The ongoing support of Grip as the major sponsor of the program provides an annual financial injection into the program, which ensures that the CCAS can continue to provide the best possible service and support to aspiring young surfers of the region. Gosford City Council support the program through the provision of Nick Leslie’s time and expertise. Nick is employed by Gosford City Council as their beach and education programs

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officer and incorporates his role as head coach and program manager of the Academy surfing program. Wyong Shire Council has also assisted in building resources within the academy surfing program through equipment grants and funding, which allowed the purchase of unique training aids and Carveboards to be used for training and technique correction out of the water. The Academy surfing program has now developed well beyond the original plans from when it was first launched in 2008 and the CCAS will continue to develop the program in 2011. Links with local boardrider clubs and Surfing NSW will be further enhanced and more resources will be made available to the surfing program through these enhanced partnerships. A focus will be on incorporating more guest coaches and opportunities for the scholarship athletes to represent the Academy in events as a squad.


2010 surfing squad Jake Constantinidis Maddie Cook Johnnie Keith Zach Makepeace Riley Marks Andrew McEwan Luke Phelan Teague Robinson Ryan Slattery Jake Thompson Kristen Thorne Chloe West

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Norah Head Boardriders Umina Boardriders North Shelly Boardriders Umina Boardriders Women in the Waves - Norah Head Macs Own Boardriders Wamberal Express Boardriders Avoca Boardriders Norah Head Boardriders Avoca Boardriders Women in the Waves - Norah Head Women in the Waves - South Avoca

surfing program staff Nick Leslie Sandra English James Cummins

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swimming After first being introduced in 2009, swimming has fast become one of the largest programs on offer through the CCAS. In 2010, the program consisted of two squads - a junior development squad and a senior elite squad, which together included a total of 50 talented young swimmers. For the first time ever, the CCAS held its very own monaco skins event, which attracted over 100 swimmers. The event was held at Mingara One and acted as a fundraiser for CCAS swimming squads to raise money towards traveling to Queensland for training camps and competition opportunities in December. Both squads performed well in Queensland tour events during December and returned home with some impressive results to conclude their respective programs for the year. The CCAS is extremely fortunate to have access to a number of high quality venues for the swimming program. Official venues for 2010 training in the pool included Mingara One, Peninsula Leisure Centre and Kincumber Swim Centre. Mingara One and Peninsula Leisure Centre were also utilised for gym and fitness training along with the facilities at Kincumber Gym. Both the junior and senior squads received a total of over 25 hours of training in the pool with this training complemented by regular educational sessions and seminars aimed at further educating swimmers in all areas 38 Swimming Report

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CCAS junior swimming squad trains during Queensland tour Photo by CCAS Media

The senior squad underwent lactate threshold testing through the Academy’s partnership with The University of Newcastle. Testing provided valuable results and feedback to athletes and coaches.

head coach Debby Tattoli of Kincumber Swim Centre. The senior elite squad was overseen by Mingara’s Kim Taylor with Debby Tattoli also offering support and guidance to the senior program.

In addition to the monaco skins event held earlier in the year, the CCAS also held an open water swim event at Terrigal beach in November, which again attracted around 100 participants and raised funds towards the swimming program.

Gosford City Council’s Scott Attwood was again the driving force behind the ongoing success and growth of the Academy swimming program. Scott was tireless in his efforts as Program Manager and worked with Academy office staff to continue to offer the best possible opportunities for all athletes and coaches involved.

The Academy swimming program not only provides further development opportunities for aspiring young swimmers of the NSW Central Coast region, but it also focuses on development of coaches to ensure the sport remains in good hands moving forward. Michael Tattoli (Kincumber) and Jessica Cook (Mingara) benefitted from their involvement with the junior squad where they gained valuable experience under the

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The Academy swimming program was also boosted in 2010 with the addition of Gosford City Council’s new swimming coach John Young joining the academy coaching staff. John adds even more knowledge and experience to the Academy coaching group and will be taking on an exciting new role as head coach of a brand new open water squad to be introduced as part of the 2011 Academy swimming program.


2010 swimming squads

sponsors

Junior Development Squad Christian Bentley Joshua Blackshaw Erin Boon Rhiannon Booth Keisha Bovill Hayden Boyd Emma Brady Megan Burgess Jordyn Bush Laura Ghali Amber Chisholm Nicholas Duell-Ferguson Clare Gaffney Courtney Haines Annalise Harrod Danielle Hession Sienna Inglis Zacary Johnson Elizabeth Jones

Joshua Jones Tyler Jones Keira Linnen Harry Loader Cassidy Matterson Karlee Murphy Joshua Peoples Thomas Potter Ashleigh Power Kate Richards Kiran Richardson Michaela Sumner Daniel Sylvester Alina Tape Stephanie Till Lachlan Vane Tempest Indigo Verhoeven Bradley Woodward

Senior Elite Squad Keelan Bridge Kieran Casey Mackenzie Cunningham Nathan Dennis Erin Everingham Alessandra Gasparotto Elyssia Gasparotto

Annabel Hopkins Rachelle King Tom McParlane Jessica Potter Nick Reekie Cassandra Van Breugel

swimming program staff Kim Taylor Debby Tattoli John Young Michael Tattoli Jessica Cook Scott Attwood

Head Coach - Senior Squad Head Coach - Junior Squad Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Program Manager

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honour roll - 2010 awards 2010 Major Awards Kevin Moore

Elyssia Gasparotto

Samantha Edwards

Sean Feakes

Male Athlete of the Year (Athletics)

Chairman’s Award (Netball)

Female Athlete of the Year (Swimming)

The Ray Sandell Volunteer Award (Rugby)

2010 Sport Program Awards AFL Athlete of the Year AFL Encouragement Award

Thomas Head Fin Neaves

Athletics Athlete of the Year Athletics Encouragement Award

Lisa Spencer Cameron Page

Male Basketball Athlete of Year Female Basketball Athlete of the Year Basketball Encouragement Award

Mitchell Jacob Madison Doorn Matthew Bateup

Male Football Athlete of the Year Female Football Athlete of the Year Football Encouragement Award

Marcus Zarantonello Joanna Thornley Harrison Brown

Future Stars Athlete of the Year

Riley McKay

Golf Athlete of the Year Golf Encouragement Award

Adam Barnes Rob Hogan

Lawn Bowls Athlete of the Year Lawn Bowls Encouragement Award

Daniel Beswick Jacob Caswell

Netball Athlete of the Year Netball Encouragement Award

Gemma Ferrington Ashleigh Robertson

Rugby Union Athlete of the Year Rugby Union Encouragement Award

Declan O’Donahue Andrew Lawler

Speed Skating Athlete of the Year Speed Skating Encouragement Award

Nate Henry Jake Stansfield

Surfing Athlete of the Year Surfing Encouragement Award

Johnnie Keith Kristen Thorne

Male Swimming Athlete of the Year Female Swimming Athlete of the Year Swimming Encouragement Award

Keelan Bridge Rachelle King Courtney Haines

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honour roll - 2010 major achievements

Kevin Moore (right) - 4 x 400m Gold Medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games Photo by Getty Images

Jack Robilliard

Grant Hester

Jared Scoines

Matt Dawson

Travis Smedley

Trent Dyer

Riley McKay

Nate Henry

Australian Junior Men’s Basketball Squad

Sydney Kings NBL Team Member

Dual Australian Cycling Champion

World Barefoot Waterskiing Championships

Australian National Speed Skating Team

Australian Junior Schoolboys Hockey Team

Australian Rugby 7s Squad Member

Junior World Speed Skating Championships

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financial statements 2010 800,000 700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000

REVENUE 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

180,000 150,000 120,000 90,000 60,000 30,000 0

UP 26% COST OF SALES

UP 8% 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

800,000 700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000

GROSS PROFIT

UP 30% 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000

EXPENSES 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

300,000 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0

UP 26% TOTAL EQUITY

UP 24% 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

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Financial Statements

For the year ended 31 December 2010

Contents Directors Report

44 - 49

Auditors Independence Declaration

50

Statement of Comprehensive Income

51

Balance Sheet

52

Statement of Changes in Equity

53

Statement of Cash Flows

54 - 55

Notes to the Financial Statements

56 - 71

Directors Declaration

72

Independent Auditors Report

74 - 75

Trading Account

76

Detailed Profit and Loss Statement

77 - 78

Profit and Loss Statement

79

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Directors Report

For the year ended 31 December 2010 Your Directors present this report on the company for the financial year ended 31 December, 2010. Directors The names of each person who has been a Director during the year and to the date of this report are:

Ian Robilliard Mark Kevin Holton Michael Forsyth Rabbitt Stephen John McWhirter Carolyn Maree Kay Michael Desmond Veivers (Resigned 29 November 2010) Nicole Garrett (Appointed 22 December 2010)

Directors have been in office since the start of the financial year to the date of this report unless otherwise stated. Short and Long Term Objectives The short and long term goals and objectives of the Central Coast Academy of Sport are set out and overseen by the Board of Directors through the strategic plan, which is constantly monitored and supported by regular reviews and key performance measures. The key objectives of the Board of Directors are to set the strategic direction of the business and monitor the effectiveness of management, monitor the financial welfare of the organisation including the approval of budgets and financial plans, ensure all statutory reporting requirements are met in a timely and effective manner, and to monitor staff levels and implement staff recruitment when necessary. Strategy for Achieving Objectives The Central Coast Academy of Sport operates under three tiers of reporting to ensure appropriate and timely reviews of both short and long term objectives of the organisation are continually met. Tier one relates to the strategic plan (2008 – 2012), which details the broad aims and objectives of the organisation and details where key performance indicators should be at certain times throughout the plan. Tier two relates to the operational plan, which sits within the overall strategic plan and contains key performance indicators and measurable targets to compliment the aims and objectives of the strategic plan. Tier three relates to periodic reviews of all staff to ensure each member of staff remains aware of their specific roles and responsibilities and that key performance areas of each staff portfolio are continually monitored and remain in line with both the operational and strategic plans of the organisation.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 Principal Activities The principal activities of the company during the financial year were the promotion and provision of interest, participation and opportunities for athletes, coaches, officials and administrators of the NSW Central Coast region. The Central Coast Academy of Sport delivered high performance training programs across a variety of sports. There has been no significant change in these activities during the year. How did Principal Activities Assist in Achieving Objectives The Central Coast Academy of Sport offered a total of twelve high performance sport training programs across a range of sports throughout the financial year. These sport programs provided both skill based and personal development opportunities for over three hundred aspiring athletes, coaches, officials and administrators of the NSW Central Coast region. Performance Measurement The performance of the business is measured and monitored through the operational plan, which forms part of the overall strategic plan. The operational plan sets out key performance targets across key areas of the business and forms a base for the key performance indicators that make up each of the specific staff portfolios. Regular staff reviews are conducted by senior management, who also conduct an annual review of the operational plan, which is then presented to the Board of Directors. These in-depth reviews provide a clear indication of where the business is at and provide measurable outcomes in regard to the set targets and objectives of the organisation. Operating Result The profit of the company for the financial year was $58,167. Dividends Paid or Recommended The constitution of Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited specifically prohibits the payment of dividends to members, as a result no dividends were paid or declared in the 2010 financial year. Review of Operations A review of the operations of the company during the financial year and the results of those operations found that the company continued to engage in its principal operations during the year. Significant Changes in the State of Affairs No significant changes in the entity’s state of affairs occurred during the financial year. After Balance Date Events There are no matters of circumstances that have arisen since the end of the financial year which significantly affected or may significantly affect the operations of the company.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 Future Developments Likely developments in the operations of the company and the expected results of those operations in future financial years have not been included in this report, as the inclusion of such information is likely to result in unreasonable prejudice to the company. Environmental Issues The company’s operations are not regulated by any significant environmental regulation under a law of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory. Information on Directors Ian Robilliard

Director

Qualifications Experience Special Responsibilities

Bachelor of Education (PE) Founder and Current Managing Director – Central Coast Academy of Sport Ltd and Gold Coast Academy of Sport Ltd Current Head Coach of the Sydney Kings NBL Franchise Former Chief Operations Officer – Professional Golfers Association Former National Education Director – Professional Golfers Association Former Australian and National Basketball representative Former State Rugby Union representative Managing Director and Chair of Operations

Mark Kevin Holton

Director

Qualifications Experience Special Responsibilities

Bachelor of Education Graduate Diploma in Accounting and Management Diploma of Education – Technical Education Public Accountant Managing Director – Dynamic Taxation and Training Current Chairman – Central Coast Academy of Sport Ltd Current Board Member – Gold Coast Academy of Sport Ltd Current Board Member – Ronald McDonald House Westmead Current Treasurer – Ronald McDonald House Westmead Chairman and Chair of Audit and Finance Committee

Michael Forsyth Rabbitt

Director

Experience promotion Special Responsibilities

Over twenty five years tenure in the fields of sport marketing, and news – NBN Television Current Marketing and Promotions Manager – NBN Television Former Satellite Tennis Player Chair of Marketing and Promotion

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 Stephen John McWhirter

Director

Experience Special Responsibilities

Independent Director - Computer Science Faculty University of Sydney Current Chief Executive Officer – Salesforce.com Asia Pacific Former Vice President - Hewlett Packard Asia Pacific and Japan Former Senior Management - IBM Australia Former General Manager - IBM Software Group Australia NZ Numerous General Manager positions in IT sector Former first grade Rugby Union player in Sydney Chair of IT and Systems

Carolyn Maree Kay

Director

Qualifications Experience Special Responsibilities

Bachelor of Business, majoring in Marketing Established a small marketing consultancy business Owner - Business Referral Group, a company which provides a platform for small business owners to generate word of mouth referrals though a supportive and structured system. Coordinator of 22 referral groups around New South Wales. Formally employed by Proctor-Gamble Chair of Commercial Operations

Michael Desmond Veivers

Director

Experience

Current / Founding Chairman – Gold Coast Academy of Sport Ltd Gold Coast Sporting Hall of Fame Member Current Patron – Southport Sharks AFL Current Patron – Gold Coast JRL Former Queensland Minister of Sport Former International Rugby League Representative Former State Rugby League representative (QLD and NSW) Former Sports Commentator Former National Party Member for the Queensland seat of Southport

Nicole Garrett

Director

Experience

Regular Competitor - Ladies European Tour Golf Professional - 2006 Winner – Australian Ladies Champion - 2005 Winner – Junior Championship Quarter-Finalist at the Australian Junior Amateur Championship At age 14, helped NSW Junior State Team to win the Burtta Cheney Cup

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 Meetings of Directors During the financial year, 4 meetings of Directors (including committees of directors) were held. Attendances by each director were as follows:

Attended

Eligible to Attend

Ian Robilliard Mark Kevin Holton Michael Forsyth Rabbitt Stephen John McWhirter Carolyn Maree Kay Michael Desmond Veivers Nicole Garrett

4 4 3 3 4 2 1

4 4 4 4 4 3 2

Indemnifying Officer or Auditor No indemnities have been given, during or since the end of the financial year, for any person who is or has been an officer or auditor of the company. The company has paid premiums to insure each of the following directors against liabilities for costs and expenses incurred by them in defending any legal proceedings arising out of their conduct while acting in the capacity of director of the company, other than conduct involving a wilful breach of duty in relation to the company. The amount of the premium was $7,867 in total for all directors.

Ian Robilliard Mark Kevin Holton Michael Forsyth Rabbitt Stephen John McWhirter Carolyn Maree Kay Michael Desmond Veivers Nicole Garrett

Proceedings on Behalf of the Company No person has applied for leave of Court to bring proceedings on behalf of the company or intervene in any proceedings to which the company is a party for the purpose of taking responsibility on behalf of the company for all or any part of those proceedings. The company was not a party to any such proceedings during the year. Directors’ Benefits During the year ended 31 December 2010, Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited entered into a contract with Gold Coast Academy of Sport for whom Ian Robilliard and Mark Holton are directors, for the provision of operational assistance. Payments in relation to this contract amounted to $12,833. During the year ended 31 December 2010, Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited entered into a contract with Skilled Sports Pty Limited for whom Ian Robilliard is a director, to provide operational assistance. Payments in relation to this contract amounted to $13,420.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 During the year ended 31 December 2010, Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited entered into a contract with Dynamic Taxation & Training Services for whom Mark Holton is a director, to provide accounting and taxation assistance. Payments in relation to this contract amounted to $13,180. This statement excluded a benefit included in the aggregate amount of emoluments received or due and receivable by directors shown in the company’s accounts, of the fixed salary of a full-time employee of the company or related body corporate. Auditor’s Independence Declaration The lead auditor’s independence declaration for the year ended 31 December 2010 has been received and can be found on page 50. Signed in accordance with a resolution of directors:

Mark Holton Director At Gosford this 24th day of June 2011.

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Auditor’s Independence Declaration to the Directors I declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, during the year ended 31 December 2010 there have been i

no contraventions of the auditor independence requirements as set out in the Corporations Act 2001 in relation to the audit; and

ii

no contraventions of any applicable code of professional conduct in relation to the audit.

Peter G McIntyre Registered Company Auditor Registration No. 15440 Unit 2, 3A Racecourse Road GOSFORD NSW 2250 20 June 2011

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Statement of Comprehensive Income For the year ended 31 December 2010 Note

2010

2009

$

$

Revenue

2

800,871

Other Revenue

2

10,570

595,922

Cost of Sales

(154,808)

(141,940)

Gross Profit

656,633

453,982

Marketing

(158,411)

(23,039)

(5,773)

(3,544)

Selling Expenses Administration Expenses

(430,881)

(412,632)

Finance Costs

(3,401)

(740)

Operating Profit Before Income Tax

58,168

14,027

Operating Profit After Income Tax

58,168

14,027

Retained Profits at the beginning of the Financial Year

186,348

172,321

Total Available for Appropriation

244,516

186,348

244,516

186,348

244,516

186,348

Income Tax (Credit) Attributable to Operating Profit (Loss)

Retained Profits at the end of the Financial Year

Other Comprehensive Income: Other Comprehensive Income for the Year, Net of Tax Total Comprehensive Income for the Year

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596

Balance Sheet

As at 31 December 2010 Note

2010

2009

$

$

Current Assets Cash Assets

4

330,764

378,909

Receivables

5

51,260

62,808

Inventories

6

50,753

28,893

Other

7

Total Current Assets

4,864

9,662

437,640

480,272

60,573

72,002

60,573

72,002

498,214

552,274

Non-Current Assets Property, Plant and Equipment

8

Total Non-Current Assets Total Assets

Current Liabilities Payables

9

51,240

64,351

Financial Liabilities

10

12,302

18,210

Provisions

11

30,019

33,203

Other

12

143,000

223,000

236,561

338,764

17,137

27,162

17,137

27,162

Total Liabilities

253,698

365,926

Net Assets

244,516

186,348

244,516

186,348

244,516

186,348

Total Current Liabilities

Non-Current Liabilities Financial Liabilities

10

Total Non-Current Liabilities

Equity Retained Profits Total Equity

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Statement of Changes in Equity For the year ended 31 December 2010

2010

2009

$

$

Surplus for the Year

58,168

14,027

Equity at 1 January

186,348

172,321

244,516

186,348

Equity as at 31 December

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596

Statement of Cash Flows

For the year ended 31 December 2010 2010

2009

$

$

Cash Flow From Operating Activities Receipts Interest Received Payments Interest and Other Costs of Finance Net Cash Provided by (used in) Operating Activities

812,419

661,324

10,570

6,717

(854,520)

(553,118)

(3,401)

(740)

(34,932)

114,183

(3,187)

(4,427)

-

-

Cash Flow From Investment Activities Payments for Property, Plant and Equipment Receipts from Sale of Property, Plant and Equipment Payment for Intangible Assets Net Cash Provided by (used in) Investment Activities

-

-

(3,187)

(4,427)

-

-

(10,025)

(18,256)

-

-

Cash Flow From Financing Activities Proceeds of Borrowings Repayment of Borrowings Repayment of Finance Lease Commitments Increase in Finance Lease Commitments

-

-

(10,025)

(18,256)

Detailed Above

(48,145)

91,500

Cash at the beginning of the year

378,908

287,408

Cash at the end of the year

330,763

378,908

Net Cash Provided by (used in) Financing Activities Net Increase (Decrease) in cash held as a result of Operating, Investment and Finance Activities

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Statement of Cash Flows (cont.) For the year ended 31 December 2010

2010

2009

$

$

Reconciliation of Cash Cash at Bank Cash on Hand

329,484

378,908

1,279

-

330,763

378,908

Reconciliation of Net Cash Provided By / Used In Operating Activities to Net Profit Operating Profit (Loss) After Tax

58,168

13,944

- Depreciation

14,616

19,324

- Provision for Annual Leave

(3,185)

7,181

-

(8,410)

Non-Cash Items:

- Non Cash Sponsorship Changes in Assets and Liabilities: - (Increase) Decrease in Trade and Other Receivables - (Increase) Decrease in Inventories

11,548

41,688

(21,860)

(3,075)

- (Increase) Decrease in Prepayments

4,798

-

- (Increase) Decrease in Other Assets

-

(7,588)

- (Increase) Decrease in Trade and Other Payables

(14,535)

51,119

- Increase (Decrease) in Sundry Provisions

(84,483)

-

(34,932)

114,183

Net Cash Provided by Operating Activities

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Notes to the Financial Statements For the year ended 31 December 2010

The financial statements are for Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited as an individual entity, incorporated and domiciled in Australia. Central Coast Academy of Sports Limited is a company limited by guarantee.

Note 1: Statement of Significant Accounting Policies The financial statements are general purpose financial statements that have been prepared in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards (including Australian Accounting Interpretations) and the Corporations Act 2001. Australian Accounting Standards set out accounting policies that the AASB has concluded would result in financial statements containing relevant and reliable information about transactions, events and conditions. Material accounting policies adopted in the preparation of these financial statements are presented below and have been consistently applied unless otherwise stated. The financial statements have been prepared on an accruals basis and are based on historical costs, modified, where applicable, by the measurement at fair value of selected non-current assets, financial assets and financial liabilities. a. Revenue Grant revenue is recognised in the income statement of comprehensive income when the entity obtains control of the grant and it is probable that the economic benefits gained from the grant will flow to the entity and the amount of the grant can be measured reliably. If conditions are attached to the grant which must be satisfied before it is eligible to receive the contribution, the recognition of the grant as revenue will be deferred until those conditions are satisfied. When grant revenue is received whereby the entity incurs an obligation to deliver economic value directly back to the contributor, this is considered a reciprocal transaction and the grant revenue is recognised in the statement of financial position as a liability until the service has been delivered to the contributor, otherwise the grant is recognised as income on receipt. Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited receives non-reciprocal contributions of assets from the government and other parties for zero or a nominal value. These assets are recognised at fair value on the date of acquisition in the statement of financial position, with a corresponding amount of income recognised in the statement of comprehensive income. Donations and bequests are recognised as revenue when received. Interest revenue is recognised using the effective interest rate method, which for floating rate financial assets is the rate inherent in the instrument. Dividend revenue is recognised when the right to receive a dividend has been established. Revenue from the rendering of a service and sales of goods are recognised upon the delivery of the service or goods to the customers. All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST).

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 b. Inventories Inventories are measured at the lower of cost and current replacement cost. Inventories acquired at no cost, or for nominal consideration are valued at the current replacement cost as at the date of acquisition. c. Property, Plant and Equipment Each class of property, plant and equipment is carried at cost or fair values are indicated, less, where applicable, accumulated depreciation and impairment losses. Property Freehold land and buildings are shown at their fair value based on periodic, but at least triennial, valuations by external independent valuers, less subsequent depreciation for buildings. In periods when the freehold land and buildings are not subject to an independent valuation, the directors conduct directors’ valuations to ensure the carrying amount for the land and buildings is not materially different to the fair value. Increases in the carrying amount arising on revaluation of land and buildings are recognised in other comprehensive income and accumulated if the revaluation surplus in equity. Revaluation decreases that offset previous increases of the same class of assets shall be recognised in other comprehensive income under the heading of revaluation surplus. All other decreases are charged to the statement of comprehensive income. As the revalued buildings are depreciated the difference between depreciation recognised in the statement of comprehensive income which is based on the revalued carrying amount of the asset, and the depreciation based on the asset’s original cost is transferred from the revaluation surplus to retained earnings. Any accumulated depreciation at the date of revaluation is eliminated against the gross carrying amount of the asset and the net amount is restated to the revalued amount of the asset. Freehold land and buildings that have been contributed at no cost, or for nominal cost are valued and recognised at the fair value of the asset at the date it is acquired. Plant and Equipment Plant and equipment are measured on the cost basis less depreciation and impairment losses. The carrying amount of plant and equipment is reviewed annually by directors to ensure it is not in excess of the recoverable amount from these assets. The recoverable amount is assessed on the basis of the expected net cash flows that will be received from the assets employment and subsequent disposal. The expected net cash flows have been discounted to their present values in determining recoverable amounts.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 Plant and equipment that have been contributed at no cost, or for nominal cost are valued and recognised at the fair value of the asset at the date it is acquired. Depreciation The depreciable amount of all fixed assets including buildings and capitalised lease assets, but excluding freehold land, is depreciated on a straight line basis over the asset’s useful life to the entity commencing from the time the asset is held ready for use. Leasehold improvements are depreciated over the shorter of either the unexpired period of the lease or the estimated useful lives of the improvements. The depreciation rates used for each class of depreciable assets are:

Class of Fixed Asset

Depreciation Rate

Plant and equipment

11.25 - 50%

The assets’ residual values and useful lives are reviewed, and adjusted if appropriate, at each reporting period. Asset classes carrying amount is written down immediately to its recoverable amount if the asset’s carrying amount is greater than its estimated recoverable amount. Gains and losses on disposals are determined by comparing proceeds with the carrying amount. These gains or losses are included in the statement of comprehensive income. When revalued assets are sold, amounts included in the revaluation reserve relating to that asset are transferred to retained earnings. d. Leases Leases of fixed assets where substantially all the risks and benefits incidental to the ownership of the asset, but not the legal ownership, are transferred to the entity are classified as finance leases. Finance leases are capitalised by recording an asset and a liability equal to the present value of the minimum lease payments, including any guaranteed residual values. Leased assets are depreciated on a straight-line basis over the estimated useful lives where it is likely that the entity will obtain ownership of the asset. Lease payments are allocated between the reduction of the lease liability and the lease interest expense for the period. Lease payments for operating leases, where substantially all the risks and benefits remain with the lessor, are charged as expenses on a straight-line basis over the lease term. Lease incentives under operating leases are recognised as a liability and amortised on a straight-line basis over the life of the lease term.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 e. Financial Instruments Initial recognition and measurement Financial assets and financial liabilities are recognised when the entity becomes a party to the contractual provisions to the instrument. For financial assets, this is equivalent to the date that the company commits itself to either purchase or sell the asset (i.e. trade date accounting is adopted). Financial instruments are initially measured at fair value plus transactions costs except where the instrument is classified ‘at fair value through profit or loss in which case transaction costs are expensed to profit or loss immediately. Classification and subsequent measurement Finance instruments are subsequently measured at either fair value, amortised cost using the effective interest rate method or cost. Fair value represents the amount for which an asset could be exchanged or a liability settled, between knowledgeable, willing parties. Where available, quoted prices in an active market are used to determine fair value. In other circumstances, valuation techniques are adopted. Amortised cost is calculated as: i.

the amount at which the financial asset or financial liability is measured at initial recognition;

ii.

less principal repayments;

iii.

plus or minus the cumulative amortisation of the difference, if any, between the amount initially recognised and the maturity amount calculated using the effective interest method; and

iv.

less any reduction for impairment.

The effective interest method is used to allocate interest income or interest expense over the relevant period and is equivalent to the rate that exactly discounts estimated future cash payments or receipts (including fees, transaction costs and other premiums or discounts) through the expected life (or when this cannot be reliably predicted, the contractual term) of the financial instrument to the net carrying amount of the financial asset or financial liability. Revisions to expected future net cash flows will necessitate an adjustment to the carrying value with a consequential recognition of an income or expense in profit or loss. (ii)

Financial assets at fair value through profit or loss

Financial assets are classified at ‘fair value through profit or loss’ when they are held for the purpose of short-term profit taking, or where they are derivatives not held for hedging purposes, or when they are designated as such to avoid an accounting mismatch or to enable performance evaluation where a group of financial assets is managed by key management personnel on a fair value basis in accordance with a documented risk management or investment strategy. Such assets are subsequently measured at fair value with changes in carrying value being included in profit or loss.

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Loans and receivables

Loans and receivables are non-derivative financial assets with fixed or determinable payments that are not quoted in an active market and are subsequently measured at amortised cost. Loans and receivables are included in current assets, except for those which are not expected to mature within 12 months after the end of the reporting period, which will be classified as non-current assets. (iii)

Held-to-maturity investments

Held-to-maturity investments are non-derivative financial assets that have fixed maturities and fixed or determinable payments, and it is the entity’s intention to hold these investments to maturity. They are subsequently measured at amortised cost. Held-to-maturity investments are included in non-current assets, except for those which are expected to mature within 12 months after the end of the reporting period. If during the period the company sold or reclassified more than an insignificant amount of the heldto-maturity investments before maturity, the entire held-to-maturity investment would be tainted and reclassified as available-for-sale. (iv)

Available-for-sale financial assets

Available-for-sale financial assets are non-derivative financial assets that are either not capable of being classified into other categories of financial assets due to their nature, or they are designated as such by management. They comprise investments in the equity of other entities where there is neither a fixed maturity nor fixed or determinable payments. Available-for-sale financial assets are included in non-current assets, except for those which are expected to be disposed of within 12 months after the end of the reporting period. (v)

Financial liabilities

Non-derivative financial liabilities (excluding financial guarantees) are subsequently measured at amortised cost. Fair Value Fair value is determined based on current bid prices for all quoted investments. Valuation techniques are applied to determine the fair value for all unlisted securities, including recent arm’s length transactions, reference to similar instruments and option pricing models. Impairment At the end of each reporting period, the entity assesses whether there is objective evidence that a financial instrument has been impaired. In the case of available-for-sale financial instruments, a prolonged decline in the value of the instrument is considered to determine whether an impairment has arisen. Impairment losses are recognised in the statement of comprehensive income.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 Derecognition Financial assets are derecognised where the contractual rights to receipt of cash flows expires or the asset is transferred to another party whereby the entity no longer has any significant continuing involvement in the risks and benefits associated with the asset. Financial liabilities are derecognised where the related obligations are either discharged, cancelled or expired. The difference between the carrying value of the financial liability, which is extinguished or transferred to another party and the fair value of consideration paid, including the transfer of non-cash assets or liabilities assumed, is recognised in profit or loss. f. Impairment of Assets At the end of each reporting date, the entity reviews the carrying values of its tangible and intangible assets to determine whether there is any indication that those assets have been impaired. If such an indication exists, the recoverable amount of the asset, being the higher of the asset’s fair value less costs to sell and value in use, is compared to the asset’s carrying value. Any excess of the asset’s carrying value over its recoverable amount is expensed to the statement of comprehensive income. Where the future economic benefits of the asset are not primarily dependent upon on the assets ability to generate net cash inflows and when the entity would, if deprived of the asset, replace its remaining future economic benefits, value in use is determined as the depreciated replacement cost of an asset. Where it is not possible to estimate the recoverable amount of an assets class, the entity estimates the recoverable amount of the cash-generating unit to which the assets belong. Where an impairment loss on a revalued asset is identified, this is debited against the revaluation surplus in respect of the same class of asset to the extent that the impairment loss does not exceed the amount in the revaluation surplus for that same class of asset. g. Employee Benefits Provision is made for the company’s liability for employee benefits arising from services rendered by employees to the end of the reporting period. Employee benefits that are expected to be settled within one year have been measured at the amounts expected to be paid when the liability is settled. Employee benefits payable later than one year together with benefits arising from wages, salaries and annual leave which may be settled after one year, have been measured at the present value of the estimated future cash outflows to be made for those benefits, in determining the liability, consideration is given to employee wage increases and the probability that the employee may not satisfy vesting requirements. Those cash outflows are discounted using market yields on national government bonds with terms to maturity that match the expected timing of cash flows Contributions are made by the entity to an employee superannuation fund and are charged as expenses when incurred.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 h. Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand, deposits held at-call with banks, other short-term highly liquid investments with original maturities of three months or less, and bank overdrafts. Bank overdrafts are shown within short-term borrowings in current liabilities on the statement of financial position. i. Goods and Services Tax (GST) Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of GST, except where the amount of GST incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Taxation Office. In these circumstances the GST is recognised as part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of an item of expense. Receivables and payables in the statement of financial position are shown inclusive of GST. Cash flows are presented in the statement of cash flows on a gross basis, except for the GST component of investing and financing activities, which are disclosed as operating cash flows. j. Income Tax No provision for income tax has been raised, as the entity is exempt from income tax under Div 50 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. k. Intangibles Software Software is recorded at cost. Software has a finite life and is carried at cost less any accumulated amortisation and impairment losses. It has an estimated useful life of between one and three years. It is assessed annually for impairment. l. Provisions Provisions are recognised when the entity has a legal or constructive obligation, as a result of past events, for which it is probable that an outflow of economic benefits will result and that outflow can be reliably measured. Provisions recognised represent the best estimate of the amounts required to settle the obligation at the end of the reporting period. m. Comparative Figures Where required by Accounting Standards comparative figures have been adjusted to conform with changes in presentation for the current financial year. When an entity applies an accounting policy retrospectively, makes a retrospective restatement or reclassifies items in its financial statements, a statement of financial position as at the beginning of the earliest comparative period must be disclosed.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 n. Trade and Other Payables Trade and other payables represent the liability outstanding at the end of the reporting period for goods and services received by the company during the reporting period which remain unpaid. The balance is recognised as a current liability with the amounts normally paid within 30 days in recognition of the liability. o. Critical Accounting Estimates and Judgments The directors evaluate estimates and judgments incorporated into the financial statements based on historical knowledge and best available current information. Estimates assume a reasonable expectation of future events and are based on current trends and economic data, obtained both externally and within the company. Key Estimates Impairment The company assesses impairment at each reporting date by evaluation of conditions and events specific to the company that may be indicative of impairment triggers. p. Economic Dependence Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited is dependent on the Department of NSW Sport and Recreation for the majority of its revenue used to operate the business. At the date of this report the Board of Directors has no reason to believe the Department will not continue to support Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited. q. Adoption of New and Revised Accounting Standards During the current year the company adopted all of the new and revised Australian Accounting Standards and interpretations applicable to its operations which became mandatory. The adoption of these standards has impacted the recognition, measurement and discussions of certain transactions. The following is an explanation of the impact the adoption of these standards and interpretations has had on the financial statements of Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited. AASB 101: Presentation of Financials Statements In September 2007 the Australian Accounting Standards Board revised AASB 101 and as a result there have been changes to the presentation and disclosure of certain information within the financial statements. Below is an overview of the key changes and the impact on the company’s financial statements. Disclosure Impact Terminology changes – The revised version of AASB 101 contains a number of terminology changes including the amendment of the names of the primary financial statements.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 Reporting changes in equity – The revised AASB 101 requires all changes in equity arising from transactions with owners, ion their capacity as owners, to be presented separately from non-owner changes in equity. Owner changes in equity are to be presented in the statement of changes in equity, with non-owner changes in equity presented in the statement of comprehensive income. The previous version of AASB 101 required that owner changes in equity and other comprehensive income be presented in the statement of changes in equity. Statement of comprehensive income – The revised AASB 101 requires all income and expenses to be presented in either one statement, the statement of comprehensive income, or two statements, a separate income statement and a statement of comprehensive income. The previous version of AASB 101 required only the presentation of a single income statement. The company’s financial statements now contain a statement of comprehensive income. Other comprehensive income – The revised version of AASB 101 introduces the concept of other comprehensive income which comprises of income and expenses that are not recognised in profit or loss as required by other Australian Accounting Standards. Items of other comprehensive income are to be disclosed in the statement of comprehensive income. Entities are required to disclose the income tax relating to each component of other comprehensive income. The previous version of AASB 101 did not contain an equivalent concept. r. New Accounting Standards for Application in Future Periods The AASB has issued new, and amended accounting standards and interpretations that have mandatory application dates for future reporting periods. The company has decided against early adoption of these standards. A discussion of those future requirements and their impact on the company is as follows: • AASB 9: Financial instruments and AASB 2009-11 Amendment to Australian Accounting Standards arising from AASB 9 [ AASB 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 101, 102, 108, 112, 118, 121, 127, 131, 132, 136, 139, 1023 & 1038 and interpretations 10 & 12] (applicable for annual reporting periods commencing on or after 1 January 2013). These standards are applicable retrospectively and amend the classification and measurement of financial assets. The company has not yet determined any potential impact on the financial statements. The changes made to accounting requirements include: - simplifying the classification of financial assets into those carried at amortised cost and those carried at fair value;

- simplifying the requirements for embedded derivatives;

- removing the requirements to separate and fair value embedded derivatives for financial assets carried at amortised cost;

- removing the tainting rules associated with held-to-maturity assets;

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- allowing an irrevocable election on initial recognition to present gains and losses on investments in equity instruments that are not held for trading in other comprehensive income. Dividends in respect of these investments that are a return on investment can be recognised in profit or loss and there is no impairment or recycling on disposal of the instrument;

- requiring financial assets to be reclassified where there is a change in an entity’s business model as they are initially classified based on (a) the objective of the entity’s business model for managing the financial assets; and (b) the characteristics of the contractual cash flows

• AASB 2009-4: Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards arising from the Annual improvements Project [AASB.2 and AASB 138 and AASB interpretations 9 & 16] (applicable for annual reporting periods commencing from 1 July 2009) and AASB 2009-5 Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards arising from the Annual Improvements Project [AASB 5, 8, 101, 107, 136 & 139] (applicable for annual reporting periods commencing from 1 January 2010). These standards detail numerous non-urgent but necessary changes to accounting standards arising from the IASB’s annual improvements project. No changes are expected to materially affect the company. • AASB 2009-8: Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards – group cash-settled share based payment transactions [AASB 2] (applicable for annual reporting periods commencing from 1 January 2010). These amendments clarify the accounting for group cash-settled share-based payment transactions in the separate or individual financial statements of the entity receiving the goods or services when the entity has no obligation to settle the share-based payment transaction. The amendments incorporate the requirements previously included in interpretation 11 and as a consequence these two interpretations are superseded by the amendments. These amendments are not expected to impact the company. • AASB 2009-9: Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards – Additional Exemptions for first-time Adopters [AASB1] (applicable for annual reporting periods commencing from 1 January 2010). These amendments specify requirements for entities using the full cost method in place of retrospective application of Australian Accounting Standards for oil and gas assets and exempt entities with existing leasing contracts from reassessing the classification of those contracts in accordance with interpretation 4 when the application of their previous accounting policies would have given the same outcome. These amendments are not expected to impact the company. • AASB 2009-10: Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards – Classification of rights issues [AASB 132] (applicable for annual reporting periods commencing on or after 1 February 2010). The amendments clarify the rights, options or warrants to acquire a fixed number of an entity’s own equity instruments for a fixed amount in any currency are equity instruments if the entity offers the rights, options or warrants pro-rate to all existing owners of the same class of its own non-derivative equity instruments. The amendments are not expected to impact the company.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 • AASB 2009-12: Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards – [AASBs 5, 8, 108, 110, 112, 119, 133, 137, 139, 1023 & 1013 and interpretations 2, 4, 16, 1039 &1052](applicable for annual reporting periods commencing on or after 1 February 2010). The Standard makes a number of editorial amendments to a range of Australian Accounting Standards and interpretations, including amendments to reflect changes made to the test of IFRSs by the IASB. The Standard also amends AASB 8 to require entities to exercise judgement in assessing whether a government and entities known to be under the control of that government are considered a single customer for the purposes of certain operating segment disclosures. The amendments are not expected to impact the company. • AASB 2009-13: Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards arising from interpretation 19 [AASB 1] (applicable for annual reporting periods commencing from 1 January 2010). The Standard makes amendments to AASB 1 arising from the issue of interpretation 19. The amendments allow a first-time adopter to apply the transitional provisions in interpretation 19. This interpretation is not expected to impact on the company. • AASB 2009-14: Amendments to Australian Interpretation – Prepayments of a Minimum Funding Requirement [AASB Interpretation 14] (applicable for annual reporting periods commencing on or after 1 January 2010). The standard amends Interpretation 14 to address unintended consequences that can arise from the previous accounting requirements when an entity prepays future contributions into a defined benefit pension plan. • AASB Interpretation 19 Extinguishing Financial Liabilities with Equity Instruments (applicable for annual reporting periods commencing from 1 July 2010). This Interpretation deals with how a debtor would account for the extinguishment of a liability through the issue of equity instruments. The Interpretation states that the issue of equity should be treated as the consideration paid to extinguish the liability, and the equity instruments issued be recognised at their fair value unless fair value cannot be measured reliably in which case they shall be measured at the fair value of the liability extinguished. The Interpretation deals with situations where either partial or full settlement of the liability has occurred. This Interpretation is not expected to impact the company. The financial report was authorised for issue on 24th day of June 2011 by the board of directors.

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2010

2009

$

$

Government Subsidies

199,500

180,825

Sponsorship

456,592

318,794

97,362

51,131

800,871

595,922

Note 2: Revenue and Other Income Revenue: Other Operating Revenue:

Athlete Registration Fees Other Income Other Revenue: Interest Received: Cash at Bank

10,570

-

10,570

-

14,616

19,324

1,600

3,000

4,050

6,500

329,484

378,909

Note 3: Profit for the Year Expenses: Depreciation of Plant and Equipment Bad Debts Expense Auditor Remuneration Audit Services

Note 4: Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash at Bank Cash on Hand

1,280

-

330,764

378,909

329,484

378,909

1,280

-

330,764

378,909

Reconciliation of Cash: Cash at the end of the financial year as shown in the statement of cash flows is reconciled to items in the statement of financial position as follows: Cash at Bank Cash on Hand

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596

2010

2009

$

$

Note 5: Trade and Other Receivables Current Trade Debtors

41,090

49,859

Other Debtors

10,170

12,949

51,260

62,808

Note 6: Inventories Stock Held for Resale, at Cost

50,753

28,893

50,753

28,893

4,474

9,272

Note 7: Other Assets Current Prepayments Other Assets

390

390

4,864

9,662

Note 8: Property, Plant and Equipment Property, Plant and Equipment - at Cost

141,049

137,862

Less accumulated Depreciation

(80,476)

(65,860)

60,573

72,002

Trade Creditors

30,703

30,958

Sundry Creditors

16,163

30,443

Note 9: Trade and Other Payables Unsecured:

Accruals Superannuation Payable

-

2,950

4,374

-

51,240

64,351

10,376

10,376

1,926

7,834

12,302

18,210

Note 10: Borrowings Current Secured: Hire Purchase Unsecured Loans from Directors and Director Related Entities

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2010

2009

$

$

Non-Current Secured: Hire Purchase

17,137

27,162

17,137

27,162

30,019

33,203

30,019

33,203

Note 11: Provisions Current Provisions for Employee Entitlements

Note 12: Other Liabilities Grants in Advance

143,000

223,000

143,000

223,000

- not later than 12 months

12,714

12,714

- between 12 months and 5 years

16,800

27,983

Minimum Hire Purchase Payments

29,514

40,697

Note 13: Capital and Leasing Commitments Hire Purchase Commitments Payable - Minimum Hire Purchase Payments

Less: Unexpired Finance Charges

(1,701)

(3,159)

27,813

37,538

Note 14: Events Subsequent to Reporting Date Since the end of the financial year the company has had no material subsequent events.

Note 15: Auditors’ Remuneration Remuneration of the auditor of the company for: Auditing or Reviewing the Financial Report

4,050

Other Services

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-

-

4,050

6,500

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2010

2009

$

$

Note 16: Related Parties Transactions between related parties are on normal commercial terms and conditions no more favourable than those available to other parties unless otherwise stated. Transactions with related parties: Director-Related Entities Transactions with director-related entities: During the year ended 31 December 2010, Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited entered into a contract with Gold Coast Academy of Sport for whom Ian Robilliard and Mark Holton are a director, to provide operational assistance

12,833

-

13,420

-

13,180

-

During the year ended 31 December 2010, Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited entered into a contract with Skilled Sports Pty Limited for whom Ian Robilliard is a director, to provide operational assistance During the year ended 31 December 2010, Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited entered into a contract with Dynamic Taxation & Training Services for whom Mark Holton is director, to provide accounting and taxation assistance Identification of Related Parties Gold Coast Academy of Sport Limited Skilled Sports Pty Limited Dynamic Taxation & Training Services

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Note 17: Company Details The registered office of the company is: Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited 115 Scenic Highway Terrigal NSW 2260 The principal place of business is: Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited The Regional Athletics Track Mingara Recreation Club Mingara Drive Tumbi Umbi NSW 2261

Note 18: Member Guarantee The entity is incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 and is a company limited by guarantee. If the company is wound up, the constitution states that each member is required to contribute a maximum of $1 each towards meeting any outstandings and obligations of the company. At 31 December 2010 the number of members was 6.

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Directors’ Declaration The director of the company declares that: 1.

The financial statements and notes are in accordance with the Corporations Act 2011 and;

(a)

(b) 2.

comply with Accounting Standards and the Corporations Regulations; and give a true and fair view of the company’s financial position as at 31 December 2010 and of its performance for the year ended on that date;

in the director’s opinion, there are reasonable grounds to believe that the company will be able to pay its debts as and when they become due and payable.

This declaration is made in accordance with a resolution of the Board of Directors.

Ian Robilliard Director Dated: 27th June 2011

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Independent Audit Report to the Members of Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited Report on the Financial Report We have audited the accompanying financial statements of Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited (the company), which comprises the balance sheet as at 31 December 2010 and the income statement, statement of recognised income and expenditure and cash flow statement for the year ended on that date, a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory notes and the directors’ declaration. Directors’ Responsibility for the Financial Report The directors of the company are responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of the financial report in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards (including the Australian Accounting Interpretations) and the Corporations Act 2001. This responsibility includes establishing and maintaining internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of the financial report that is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error; selecting and applying appropriate accounting policies; and making accounting estimates that are reasonable in the circumstances. Auditor’s Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report based on our audit. We conducted our audit in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. These Auditing Standards require that we comply with relevant ethical requirements relating to audit engagements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether the financial report is free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial report. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the financial report in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the directors, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial report. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion.

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Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited ABN 64 104 918 596 Independence In conducting our audit, we have complied with the independence requirements of the Corporations Act 2001. We confirm that the independence declaration required by the Corporations Act 2001, provided to the directors of Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited on 20 June 2011, would be in the same terms if provided to the directors as at the date of this auditor’s report. Auditor’s Opinion In our opinion, the financial report of Central Coast Academy of Sport Limited is in accordance with The Corporations Act 2001 including (a)

giving a true and fair view of the company’s financial position as at 31 December 2010 and of their performance for the year ended on that date; and

(b)

complying with Australian Accounting Standards (including he Australian Accounting Interpretations) and the Corporations Regulations 2001.

Peter G McIntyre Registered Company Auditor Registration No. 15440 Unit 2, 3A Racecourse Road GOSFORD NSW 2250 20 June 2011

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Trading Account

For the year ended 31 December 2010 2010

2009

$

$

Sponsorship

456,592

318,794

Government Subsidies

199,500

180,825

Athletes Registration

47,417

45,172

Other Income

97,362

51,131

800,871

595,922

Trading Income

Total Trading Income

Cost of Sales Add: Opening Finished Goods

28,893

25,818

176,668

145,015

205,561

170,833

50,753

28,893

50,753

28,893

Cost of Sales

154,808

141,940

Gross Profit From Trading

646,063

453,982

Purchases Less: Closing Finished Goods

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Detailed Profit and Loss Statement For the year ended 31 December 2010

2010

2009

$

$

Income Trading Profit

646,063

Interest Received

453,982

10,570

Total Income

656,633

453,982

Academy Games

22,207

22,837

Accountancy

13,180

11,280

Expenses

Advertising and Promotion

152,615

18,731

Audit Fees

4,050

6,500

Bad Debts

1,600

3,000

Bank Fees and Charges

1,042

1,162

Board Expenses

2,239

596

Cleaning / Rubbish Removal

28

Conference / Seminar Costs

1,293

1,222

Computer Expenses

4,503

3,086

Consultants Fees Depreciation - Plant

5,773

3,544

14,616

19,324

Donations

550

Electricity

1,000

Filing Fees

40

Fines

40

357

Freight and Cartage

2,578

2,588

Function Expenses

10,112

5,223

Insurance

9,990

3,913

Interest - Australia

3,401

740

Internet Access

1,151

409

Marketing and Promotion

1,224

2,669

Meetings - Sports

2,796

50

General Expenses

568

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Detailed Profit and Loss Statement (cont.) For the year ended 31 December 2010

Membership Fees

2010

2009

$

$ 4,281

4,197

Motor Vehicle Expenses Motor Vehicle Expenses

17,366

Fuel and Oil

8,395

Registration and Insurance

3,055

Repairs and Maintenance

3,197

Parking and Tolls

2,457

826

102

58

Photography Postage

1,855

2,571

Printing and Stationery

20,148

15,874

Provision for Annual Leave

(3,185)

(5,013)

Rent

10,500

10,500

Repairs and Maintenance Salaries Staff Amenities Sponsorship Costs Staff Training Storage Subscriptions

808

200

223,823

231,229

631

2,893

2,337

1,904

805

886

2,353

2,254

1,027

949

Superannuation

18,039

19,603

Telephone

14,268

6,190

7,000

6,000

13,751

8,236

2,117

4,620

Trade Mark License Fees Travelling Expenses Uniforms Web Site

4,386

1,102

Total Expenses

598,465

439,955

Profit from Ordinary Activities Before Income Tax

58,168

14,027

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Profit and Loss Statement

For the year ended 31 December 2010

Operating Profit Before Income Tax

2010

2009

$

$ 58,168

14,027

Operating Profit After Income Tax

58,168

14,027

Retained profits at the beginning of the financial year

186,348

172,321

Total available for appropriation

244,516

186,348

244,516

186,348

Income Tax (Credit) Attributable to Operating Profit (Loss)

Retained profits at the end of the financial year

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CENTRAL COAST ACADEMY OF SPORT PO BOX 337 TERRIGAL NSW 2260 P 02 4349 7756 F 02 4349 7759 ABN 64 104 918 596


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