Bring A Friend Week!

Join us for Bring a Friend Week!

From Monday 3rd to Thursday 6th December athletes are invited to bring a friend or two for FREE to their normal training lesson! We can’t wait to see you there!

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Display Day 2018

That’s a wrap on Display Day 2018!

Display Day is Miranda RSL Youth Club’s annual athlete showcase and presentation day featuring performances and demonstrations by a number of our recreational and competitive athletes as well as the presentation of our perpetual trophies.

Thank you to everyone who helped make it a great day. Thank you to all the coaches who volunteered their time to help run the event and all of our other wonderful volunteers who assisted in the canteen or with set up and pack up. Thank you to all the family and friends who came along to support our athletes. Thank you to the members of the Miranda RSL Sub Branch and special guests who also came along and showed their support. And last but not least, thank you to our amazing athletes who have put in weeks of hard work to perfect their routines.

Congratulations to our award recipients;

Rita Emily Coulton Award – Miranda RSL Youth of the Year  Anastasia Gikas

Bert Walker Award – Karate Athlete of the Year  Liam Best

Ritchie Gillies Award – Karate Most Improved  Rachel Lau

Kara Miller Award – Trampoline Encouragement Award  Nate Ferlazzo

Joan McMaster Achievement Award – Female Trampolinist of the Year  Olivia Therkildsen

Alec Dengate Achievement Award – Male Trampolinist of the Year  Deklyn Gardner

Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you back next year!

Youth Club Vice-President Anthony Bull delivers the year in review to open proceedings.


The senior Trampoline Display is full swing.


Youth Club President Ann Corey-Hewitt presents Coach Daniella Coulstock with her Ten Year Service Award.


Remembrance Sunday Service

Thank you to everyone who attended yesterday’s Remembrance Sunday Service at the Miranda War Memorial. 2018 marks one hundred years since the signing of the armistice of World War 1. We hope that no matter where you were, you took a moment to remember all those who have lost their lives or been affected by conflict around the world.

Lest We Forget.

Mike Molloy, President of the Miranda Sub-Branch, welcomes attendees to the service.


The Port Hacking High School Choir sing ‘Lead Kindly Light’.


Youth Club President Ann Corey-Hewitt and Youth Club member Haley are presented with their wreath.