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Photo Gallery: 2007 - 2011




In this section are various photos of Seaforth FC teams, players, events etc. Seaforth FC welcome any contributions to this section.

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2007 - 2011 PHOTOS



As you all may know, the club is donating all of its old shirts to the Starfish Foundation in Cambodia. Here are some photos sent by Leo Brogan - one of the Directors & local resident in Seaforth, with photos from a tournament held recently in Phnom Phen
- Richard Wright, President, Seaforth FC - May 2011

CLICK HERE FOR STARFISH FOUNDATION PHOTOS




MWFA CHALLENGE CUP 2011
SEAFORTH AL1 v AVALON
CROMER PARK SUN 27th MARCH 2011
FINAL SCORE 1-1 (Seaforth won on penalties 3-0)
Photos by Simon Chillingworth, courtesy of » The Manly Daily



CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS OF 2010 PRESENTATION DAY


CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS OF 2010 SUB-JUNIOR GALA DAY



EX-SEAFORTH FC PLAYER WINS GOLD !!!


Ex-Seaforth FC player Malcolm Page wins gold medal in 470 sailing class at 2008 Beijing Olympic Games - photo courtesy of www.olympics.com.au


EX-SEAFORTH FC PLAYER (AL2RS) MALCOLM PAGE WINS GOLD MEDAL
IN 470 SAILING CLASS AT 2008 BEIJING OLYMPIC GAMES.


Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page entered yesterday's (18/8) medal race as the world's top-ranked crew and with a near unassailable points lead in the Olympic regatta.

To claim gold on the Yellow Sea, the duo needed only to attempt to make the starting line. Favourites don't come shorter priced. Accordingly, the pair ate merrily and slept a full nine hours on Sunday night.

Wilmot and Page avenged their disappointing 12th place in Athens by leading yesterday's race from wire-to-wire, in what was almost certainly their last race together. The win was the crew's 12th straight in medal races, and was greeted with rapturous applause by the large Australian contingent on the shoreline, which included Steve Waugh.



Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page after the medal ceremony at 2008 Beijing Olympic Games - photo courtesy of www.smh.com.au


"(Athens) was probably a driving force behind us," Page said. "We obviously finished well down the ladder from what we expected and wanted. We certainly didn't want to let it affect our performance. We've been pretty relaxed all week. Today was a little bit easier, and...we just did whatever we wanted to do out there. It was great fun."

Wilmot announced he would stand down from 470 racing after sealing gold but left open the possibility of a return in a different class. When asked his immediate plans, the Sydney sailor replied, "getting fat", in acknowledgement of the strict diet the crew had observed.

Above report courtesy of: www.smh.com.au

For a 'profile' of Malcolm Page, please see: http://www.olympics.com.au

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