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The NSW Government through the Community Building Partnerships (CBP) grants invests in infrastructure projects that deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes while promoting community participation, inclusion and cohesion. 

The Bears are very thankful to have had their CBP application approved to install a new 'full colour LED video/board scoreboard' at the ground. 

It is a very exciting project for the club which will deliver many benefits for those using and attending the facility.


While the Bears have made super signings to strengthen on the park, there have also been signings off the park with key positions and people joining committees and sub-committees.

We know your time is valuable and the club thanks you for putting your hand up to help keep the Bears moving forward in the SAP, Youth and Senior programs.

Lists of current Bears committees and sub-committees can be found here.

Return to Train S1

Dear Bears family,

Notification of Return to Training - Level 1
The Northern NSW Football Board of Directors has amended the suspension of all football activities to allow affiliated clubs to resume training from; 11.59pm Tuesday 26 May 2020 strictly in accordance with:
• Return to Training – Level 1 Guidelines
• Approval from Cessnock City Council to use sporting facilities - As with many clubs we DO NOT yet have approval.

The club asks that all coaches, players, volunteers and families become familiar with and discuss the guidelines/resources.

'Return to Training - Level 1' resources can be downloaded from the NNSW Return to Training - Level 1 Portal

Club Communication: Return to Training - STAGE 1

Please click on the image below to view 
Return to Training Stage 1 

All team coaches and managers will also be in touch with all relevant information. 


If you have been to the games or seen photos of the Bears pre-season you may have seen a blue ribbon on the right sleeve of the away/warm up kit in all grades. 

Last year when one of our dear friends and committee member lost her father to prostate cancer we believed it was incumbent upon the club to make all male participants and supporters more aware of this disease.

  • In Australia, prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men
  • Approximately 3,500 Australian men die of prostate cancer each year

By wearing the ribbon on the sleeve, information in our program and online platforms through the year we are encouraging everyone to raise their awareness about prostate cancer. 

Find out more by following this link..... Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia

* Please note: The club will be supporting a significant mental health initiative which we hope to bring you news of shortly.

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