History

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History of LFC Sport

LFC Sports (AKA lakemba sports) is a thriving club with dedicated coaches , members and players. It is constantly growing because of it’s reputation and successful results.

Est. 1917

LFC SPORTS

LFC Sports (AKA lakemba sports) is a thriving club with dedicated coaches , members and players. It is constantly growing because of it’s reputation and successful results.

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Established as

Lakemba Returned Soldiers Junior Football Club

Lakemba Sport & Recreation Club

  • 2004 – 8 male teams 1 girls team
  • 2005 – 11 male teams 2 girls teams
  • 2006 – 16 male teams 3 girls teams – 2 state league teams
  • 2007 – 17 male teams 4 girls teams – 2 state league teams
  • 2008 – 16 male teams 5 girls teams
  • 2009 – 17 male teams 3 girls teams
  • 2010 – 11 male teams 1 girls team
  • 2011 – 10 male teams
  • 2012 – 9 male teams
  • 2013 – 3 male teams
  • 2014 – 3 male teams
  • 2015 – 1 male teams
  • 2016 – 10 male teams
  • 2017 – 16 male teams
  • 2018 – 18 Teams
  • 2018 –  Club Championship The Cristal Cup

33 Teams 570 Players

Cricket

Ali Kourouche

  • Holder of the local district Association’s record for most runs in an inning by a single player – 222 runs
  • Player Australian Universities Team and Rugby League world cup (Lebanon team)

Martial Arts

Vovi-Nam – Master Dr Samuel Nguyen

  • Australian Citizen of the Year, Canterbury
  • NSW volunteer award for 2006
  • 6 young people will represent Australia at tournament in USA and Vietnam July 2008

 Black Belt Dojo – Instructor B. El Hayek

  • Youngest and most successful karate trainer

 Athletics

Hafiz Gami 10 years old

  • Gold medal 200 meters sprint (New Australian Record)
  • Silver in 100 meters sprint
  • Third in long jump

    Alex Jalloh 11 years old

  • Gold medal 100 Meters sprint
  • Gold medal 200 meters sprint “24.5 seconds, (2 seconds outside Olympic qualifying time)
  • Bronze medal in high jump

 Water Polo

Farouk Ismail Ali 18 years old

  • Voted most valuable player in his team
  • Selected to represent Australia in the Australian water polo team “youth” to tour Europe in June / July 2008

 Mohamed Ismail Ali – 16 years old

  • Selected for the Australian secondary schools boys to tour the United kingdom, Germany, New Zealand in Nov/ Dec 2008

 Life Saving

  • 22 youth obtained pool lifeguards and swimming instructors with certificates from Royal Lifesaving, Australia
  • Australian Government Initiative “On The Same Wave” with Surf Life Saving Australia and 4 Surf lifesaving clubs in Cronulla
  • 14 young men 3 young women qualified for their Bronze Medallion to patrol Cronulla beaches
  • 7 continued advance training
  • 65 different qualifications obtained in total
  • Screening of “Race to the Beach” documentary film on BBC and SBS (Link)

 Other Projects

  • Community service scheme
  • Promoting SES and Army Reserve
  • Exercise classes for women
  • Senior Citizen activities and youth excursions
  • Host visits of delegates organised by DFAT
  • Participation in Youth Harmony Festival Darling Harbour, Sydney 2008
  • Local 2020 Summit
  • Family Fun Day – school holiday program

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LFC Sports (AKA lakemba sports) is a thriving club with dedicated coaches, members and players.
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Address

Punchbowl Rd Parry Park,Lakemba, NSW, Australia
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