Alfredton Sports and Community Club

Alfredton Sports and Community Club :– For management of relevant social infrastructure at the Alfredton Reserve, a “club” has been established. The club is named the Alfredton Sports and Community Club (ASCC). All members of the Ballarat Football Netball Club and our BMS Bowls Club are members of the ASCC.

For the actual management of this social infrastructure, a committee of management exists – it is formed from the members of both the Football Netball club and our BMS Bowls Club. With the completion of the new additions to the building at the reserve, Ballarat Redan Cricket Club now use a part of those additions for their clubhouse. It is hoped all three clubs will be part of a future partnership creating a vibrant, all-inclusive social environment that caters for the complete range of demographics.

The ASCC building at the reserve can currently cater for 130 and 100 guests (respectively) in the two rooms used by the Football Netball Club and our Bowls Club. Future plans are that the larger room will be renovated to increase its size even further.

During the bowls season, the BMS club rooms (including the bar) are open on game days and also from mid-afternoon on Thursdays (our practice/training afternoon). Additionally, the ASCC has a MEMBERS NIGHT most Friday throughout the year. On this night, the rooms and the bar open at about 5 pm. A member’s draw and raffles are held as part of the afternoon/evening.

FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS: With the completion of the additions to the single building we previously used, our bowls club now has its own clubhouse situated close to both of our greens. We are currently concentrating on further additions to the grounds as well as fine-tuning the clubhouse to make both inside and outside, a bowling complex our members can be very proud of.

ALFREDTON SPORTS AND COMMUNITY CLUB (ASCC) – For management of relevant social and sporting infrastructure at the Alfredton Reserve, a “club” has been established. The club is named the Alfredton Sports and Community Club (ASCC). All members of the Ballarat Football Netball Club and our BMS Bowls Club are members of this ASCC.

For the actual management of this social and sporting infrastructure, a committee of management exists. This committee is formed from the members of both the Football Netball Club and our BMS Bowls Club. With the completion of the new additions to the building at the reserve, Ballarat Redan Cricket Club now use a part of those additions for their clubhouse. It is hoped all three clubs will be part of a future partnership creating a vibrant, all-inclusive social environment that caters for the complete range of demographics.

The ASCC buildings at the reserve can currently cater for 130 and 100 guests (respectively) in the two rooms used by the Football Netball Club and our Bowls Club. Future plans are that the larger room will be renovated to increase its size even further. During the bowls season, the BMS club rooms (including the bar) are open on game days and also from mid-afternoon on Thursdays (our practice/training afternoon). Additionally, the ASCC has a MEMBERS NIGHT most Fridays throughout the year. On this night, the rooms and the bar open at about 5 pm. A member’s draw, raffles and “nibblies” are a part of the afternoon/evening.