Zero Tolerance Notice 27/04/2017
An Incident occurred at last weekends games where a parent verbally abused the team manager and then two of our committee members.
In accordance with our clubs ZERO TOLERANCE policy, the two children of this parent have had their registrations terminated. (Due to no fault of their own).
Dundas United will NOT tolerate any violence, threats or abuse towards our volunteers, members, players, spectators or other clubs.
All incidents will result in immediate termination of the registration of the member/s involved.
Are you volunteering with our club this year?
Firstly, thank you! Taking on a role on a committee, as a coach or manager is integral to ensuring that our club is able to exist and importantly that we are all able to play each week.
From 31 March, volunteers working with children under the age of 18 years are required, by law, to complete a Working With Children Check. This means that all committee members, coaches, managers and club volunteers over the age of 18 years and volunteering in and around our juniors will be required to complete this free check. There are exceptions, for example for parents coaching or managing teams with their own children in it, however as a Club we believe it is in the best interest of our Club Community to ask all committee members, coaches, managers and club volunteers to complete it.
To complete the Working With Children Check simply:
1. Fill in the online form
2. Visit a Services NSW Centre to have your identification verified
These checks need to be completed either no later than 31 March 2017 or prior to training or other club activities commencing. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask either myself or on of the Club Committee Members.
President - Dundas United Recreation Club
Important! - Defibrillator Location
In memory of the tragic events of last year the club was overwhelmed with the charity of our members. A club defibrillator has been purchased and placed on the ground level of the Alan Hayes Pavilion at the end of the hall between the home & away change rooms.
Dundas United Recreation Club (DURC) is a sporting club that originated in the late 1950’s. It was created to give migrants new to Australia the opportunity to play sport and to become part of the local community. As the Dundas and Oatlands area has grown over the years, Dundas United Recreation Club has continued to provide opportunities for families to participate in sports and their community.
Dundas United Recreation Club consists of three sports – soccer, cricket and netball.