This year it is the 10th Anniverary of the Port Stephens Men of League charity weekend at Nelson Bay Golf Club on 25th - 26th May 2019.
There is a dinner with guest speakers on the Saturday evening, 25th May 2019 and the Charity Golf Day will be held on Sunday, 26th May 2019.
Tickets for the dinner - $60.00 per person
There will be registration at 9am with a shotgun start for an 18 hole ambrose at 10am. Entries include breakfast, sausage sizzle lunch on the course and limited edition shirt.
Tickets are just $90.00 per person
Please note carts are NOT included in this price. If you would like to book a cart for the day please contact the Proshop on: (02) 4981 1132.
Come along and support a very worthy cause who concentrate on helping those in the Port Stephens area.
*** To enter for either the dinner or the golf or BOTH please fill out each of the entry forms attached ***
The "Hand in Hand" Dinner will be held in the new Clubhouse function rooms with pre-dinner drinks commencing at 6pm for 6.30pm start. The event will be MC'd by Gerry Collins with guest speakers, auctions, silent auctions as well as live entertainment.
This year's guest speakers will be:
Nathan Brown - Is the head coach of the Newcastle Knights in the National Rugby League and an Australian former professional rugby league footballer. He played for the St. George Dragons and St. George Illawarra Dragons, also coaching the latter, as well as coaching the Huddersfield Giants and St. Helens, with whom he won the 2014 Super League Grand Final. He primarily played as a hooker.
Tim Glasby - From 2008 to 2009, Glasby played for the Penrith Panthers' team. He later joined the Central Queensland Capras in the Queensland Cup. In 2010, he won the Rookie of the Year award, while winning the Capras' Player of the Year three years in a row from 2010 to 2012. He captained the side in 2012. On 6 June 2012, he signed with the Melbourne Storm starting in 2013. In 2017 he played with them winning the Premiership and the World Cup Club Championship that same year. He is also a current Queensland State of Origin Player. In 2018 he signed a 3 year contrct with the Newcastle Knights commencing in 2019.
Shontelle Stowers - Australian Women’s Rugby Sevens team with a nomination for player of the year in the 2013/14 World Series. The Australian Rugby Union Wallaroos 15s at the historical double header Bledisloe cup in 2016 at the iconic Eden Park, Auckland – New Zealand. And after 15 years of Rugby Union Shontelle then moved to Rugby League. In her first year Shontelle played in the pivotal Cronulla Sharks NRL 9s series finishing as top try scorer. Captained Samoa in their first podium finish with a Silver medal against the world champion Jillaroos at the Commonwealth Championship Rugby League 9s in February 2018, played for Sydney Cut at the Australian Championships and was a member of the NSW Origin squad and was ruled out of final selection with injury. Shontelle is currently Captain of the North Sydney Bears Women Harvey Norman Premiership team and member of the NSW Origin squad for 2019.
Men of League Poster Men of League Golf Entry Form Men of League Dinner Booking Form