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Welcome to the Eastern Region Junior Soccer Association (ERJSA). ERJSA is the organising body for Junior Football (Soccer) in south-east Tasmania, Australia, and is affiliated with the state body Football Tasmania.

Our Association caters for over 1400 registered male and female football players, who participate in structured competitions. Competitions commence at Under 6 and progress to Under 12.
 
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(edit - photo of the day goes to Montagu Bay and Cambridge. Cambridge were short, Montagu Bay only too happy to help, and look at these coaches....just awesome to see people and what community sport is all about ๐Ÿฅฐ)

A three week break seems long, but also not too long. It certainly gave our volunteers a needed mid-season break and after all, some of us were back in what felt like lock down conditions trying to work from home with kids again (school holidays) ๐Ÿ˜ฑ Thank you to all our volunteers, you are awesome and we can never thank you enough.

We were on a mission to capture some u5 action, as we hadn't been able to get to that timeslot before today. A click happy 1598 photos took some time to get through tonight, but we got there with 208 winners.

Too many, but a once off and we hope these photos bring you as much joy as they did us in taking them. We hope they continue to bring joy and memories for many more years to come.
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4 days ago

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Thank you for sharing these, they're beautiful memories ๐Ÿ˜Š

Thanks Matt and Claire! Such fabulous photos every week โค๏ธ

Epic photos ๐Ÿ’™ thank you so much.

Amazing photos! Thank you

Thank you for the photos. They are fantastic. ๐Ÿ˜€

These are wonderful photos โค๏ธ

Great photos. Thanks heaps for sharing!!

Great photos, excellent!!!๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Great photos thanks Nick.

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Back by popular demand, another picture of the moon from Cambridge!

Just between us ๐Ÿ˜‰, no one actually requested that, and it's a bit of a crappy shot anyway as the muppet who took the photos forgot the bigger zoom lens........anywhoooo, happy Friday night everyone and we hope you enjoy some of the action from tonight ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

A big thank you goes out to Daniel and Ryan from Nelson Eastern Suburbs FC who we believe were Friday night first timers! Great job gents and thank you for your support.
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5 days ago

We couldnโ€™t be happier that MyState Bank continued as a major sponsor of Football Tasmania this year, and like last year, all children registered will receive a free ball as a result of this.

Thank you so much MyState Bank, your support is very much appreciated!

While it is simply not possible to visit every club in the state, tonight marked the start of the handout process with Alby (Community Football Manager) visiting Richmond United Junior Soccer Club.

Thank you to the lovely Carlee for having us along tonight to join in the fun, and a few other Eastern Region clubs will also have a handout afternoon in the near future. All clubs will receive their allocation of balls very shortly.

A big thank you goes to Alby and everyone else who has worked hard to make this possible!
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5 days ago

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Thanks for coming out Matt!! Legend!! And a HUGE THANKS to Alby at Football Tas and Mystate ๐Ÿ˜โšฝ๏ธโšฝ๏ธ

Emma Bleathman Tom Bleathman

It appears we have what we hope is a historical problem. Many of us are not very good at checking in at grounds.

CHECK IN is mandatory. Please, we really need you to do this so your children can continue to play.

If you invite others to watch games, such as grand parents, please check them in, you can even ask a friend or someone else on your team (but not the coach please, they have enough to do already).

All the codes for every ground are pinned at the top of this page for easy reference. We acknowledge, it can be hard to find codes at grounds as in many cases, they go 'missing' but you have options so please do the right thing.

Same goes for dogs/puppies, cats/kittens, sheep/lambs.....yeah we've seen a few things and would prefer not to add to this list, pets aren't allowed at grounds, so please leave them at home. Though if we do see a goldfish ๐ŸŸ๐Ÿ  in a bag, we'll promise to look the other way ๐Ÿ˜‰

We look forward to seeing you all on Friday night and Saturday โšฝ
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It appears we have what we hope is a historical problem. Many of us are not very good at checking in at grounds. 

CHECK IN is mandatory. Please, we really need you to do this so your children can continue to play. 

If you invite others to watch games, such as grand parents, please check them in, you can even ask a friend or someone else on your team (but not the coach please, they have enough to do already). 

All the codes for every ground are pinned at the top of this page for easy reference. We acknowledge, it can be hard to find codes at grounds as in many cases, they go missing but you have options so please do the right thing.

Same goes for dogs/puppies, cats/kittens, sheep/lambs.....yeah weve seen a few things and would prefer not to add to this list, pets arent allowed at grounds, so please leave them at home. Though if we do see a goldfish ๐ŸŸ๐Ÿ   in a bag, well promise to look the other way ๐Ÿ˜‰

We look forward to seeing you all on Friday night and Saturday โšฝ

7 days ago

We might not be playing for the next few weekends, but donโ€™t let that stop you from being active. Parkrun is on every weekend and well worth a look.

Whatโ€™s Parkrun I hear you ask? Well, itโ€™s a 5km course where you can walk along at a leisurely pace, or even get up to a bit of a jog or run, should you feel that way inclined. Itโ€™s social, so all about fun and just getting out for an hour or less. All you need to do is register at www.parkrun.com.au and bring your barcode(s) along to each run. Children do need to be within armโ€™s length of an adult so bring along someone fast to go with them if, like us, you are already struggling to keep up!

There are a couple of local 9am runs to choose from, but some of the ERJSA committee, and a coach or two, have been known to frequent the Bellerive parkrun โ€“ get your children to wear their soccer strips and if we see them, weโ€™ll be sure to get a photo.

We didnโ€™t actually know this until last week โ€“ but Fiona and Ken are from Hurricanes Cafe โ€“ they gave up their time to help referee some u12 games, so letโ€™s show them some support also by grabbing a coffee, hot chocolate or a bite to eat after the run, or any other time you are passing by.

Happy school holidays everyone ๐Ÿ˜Š
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4 weeks ago

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Shay Lobban we would walk but bellerive park run so good ๐Ÿ˜‚