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The Weston Workers Bears Football Club are very pleased to announce that Leo Bertos will be joining the Bears senior coaching squad for 2020 and beyond.

After a solid 2019 season Leo will lead our first team and will be very well supported by a great team on and off the park.
Whilst remaining with the Bears Kew Jaliens has had several offers to move to Europe to further his coaching career and we envisage that he will make the move some time in 2020.

Bears President Rod Henderson said “We are very pleased to have a high calibre coach in Leo join our team. We are excited for Kew, we always knew his desire to coach in Europe and expect our relationship with him to last for many years to come. Leo and Kew will work very closely together over the coming months to ensure a seamless transition.

Leo Bertos said, "I am thankful to Weston for giving me the opportunity to further my coach development in the NNSWF NPL. The club has a rich history in our region and I was excited to hear about where the club wants to head in the coming years. I am looking forward to meeting the staff and the playing group and working hard to continue the progress Kew and the squad have had over the last couple of years."
Bertos who has played over 250 professional games and represented New Zealand in 50 plus games including playing in all matches in the 2010 World Cup is a fantastic addition to the club and further enhances the solid foundation the Bears have put in place over the past few years.

Along with the addition of Leo the bears have strengthened their youth and SAP system with the appointment of former Emerging Jets Coach, Chris Akins, as Technical Director and club legend Trevor Morris as the Mentor for our SAP coaches.


The Weston Workers Bears Football Club and the entire Northern Football family extend our deepest and most sincere condolences to the Lathan family for the loss of their son and brother Angus.

Is there any way to properly articulate words of comfort in what has been such a traumatic week?
So many have mourned and celebrated a young man with an infectious personality and contagious smile.

A talented young footballer, Angus has been at Weston from the age of 13. A leader, a captain, a friend and very popular with young and old. He embodies the spirit and personality all football clubs love and ours is built on.

Angus also brought his family to the club who, themselves, have become part of the Weston fabric and dear friends.
Thank you Mark and Helen for sharing your beautiful boy with us. We are better people for knowing Angus and in turn his wonderful family.

Rest in peace Gus - We will forever miss, remember and love you.


A memorial celebration for Angus will be held:
Thursday December 19
Commencing at 2:30pm
Kurri Kurri High School Gymnasium
Cnr of Deakin St and Stanford St
Dress: Best Angus

* In Lieu of any flowers donations can be left at the
service for - Young Adult Mental Health in Angus’ memory.


The Weston Bears are proud announce that one of our very own NPL youth players Baden Mehrton has been selected to represent Australia in the 2020 First Nations Team to participate in the Clash of Cultures Trans Tasman cup against the New Zealand Maoris.
Baden's selection comes after showing his ability to play as a very consistent team player and natural leader at the National Indigenous Football Championships in Nowra last month.
Hard work and determination pays off.
Congratulations Baden, we wish you and your team all the best in January.


The Weston Workers Bears Football Club held their 2019 presentation night for youth and senior grades on Saturday night.

Superbly hosted by Tony Bidstrup, the evening recognised player and volunteer contributions throughout the season.
Congratulations to all the award winners and thank you, everyone, for your efforts and support in 2019. 

Below are the award winners for 2019:

Players Player Awards
U/13’s - Logan Cant
U/14’s - Jayden Aitchison
U/15’s - Drew Dodgson
U/16’s - Jackson Eckford
U/18’s - Brock Thompson
U/20’s - Michael Foster           
1st Grade - Nathan Morris

Coaches Award
U/13’s - Cooper Rostron
U/14’s - Tyson Barnett-Murray
U/15’s - Nick Turkington
U/16’s - Cooper Steinerts
U/18’s - Lewis Harcher
U/20’s - Caleb Henderson
1st Grade - Liam Wilson

Perpetual Awards

Ken Sander Memorial – Club Leading Goal Scorer – Golden Boot trophy
Caylan Law

Weston Workers FC – Golden Glove Goalkeeper Award
Damon Cousins

Jack Turnbull Memorial – Encouragement award
Ben Clouten

Alan Cooper Youth Achievement Award
Brock Thompson

Weston Workers Club George Robinson Memorial Most Improved
Sam Kamper

Neville Ridley Club Person of the Year
Duncan Nisbet

John Wolinski Memorial Supporters Club-Most Consistent First Grade Player
Zac Sneddon

Player of the Year
U/13’s - Caylan Law
U/14’s - Ashton Herth
U/15’s - Luke Davies
U/16’s - Cade McIntosh
U/18’s - Harry Boardman
U/20’s - Angus Lathan
1st Grade - Liam Wilson

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