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Phillip Island Breakers Soccer Club | TidyHQ

The Phillip Island Breakers Soccer Club aims to increase participation of the world game in South Gippsland, enhance lives of young people, develop high performing players, coaches and teams. The club views the following attributes to be key to its future success. match quality lighting. a well respected junior program. quality coaching, inline with the Australian curriculum

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Phillip Island Breakers Soccer Club, Newhaven, Victoria. 938 likes · 95 talking about this. Boys Home Road Newhaven

Phillip Island Soccer Club | Bass Coast Shire

0439 390 101. Located in Newhaven on the corner of Boys Home Road and Cleeland Street Newhaven, the grounds are home to the Phillip Island Breakers Soccer Club.

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Phillip Island Soccer Club is a Soccer team/club based in Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia. This is our Team App homepage.

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Phillip Island Breakers Soccer Club. Before the announcement of the cancellation of regional sport we managed to hold our first ever Girls Gala Night. 37 girls from Phillip Island, Wonthaggi, Inverloch and Drouin came together to play soccer.

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Phillip Island Breakers Soccer Club. August 30 at 1:29 AM · Related Videos. 0:11. And another bin shot for Zach. Phillip Island Breakers Soccer Club. 256 views ...

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The Phillip Island Breakers Soccer Club have been the beneficiaries of a funding grant from the Victorian Government’s World Game Facilities Fund, upgrading their pavilion at Newhaven Reserve to make it more female friendly. The club have received around $400,000 in funding from the state government, a significant portion of the $3.8 million the Andrews Government has handed out to 11 community football infrastructure projects since May of this year.