The St Michael’s O35, Women’s “CATS” football team (Est. 2010) celebrated winning the 2020 Div 4 League Title after an undefeated 13 round (plus 1 friendly) season!

At our end of season celebration, each of the players and our coach had an opportunity to acknowledge a team-mate with a short speech recognising the invaluable contribution they had made to the season. A fun night was had by all!

Played Won Drawn Lost GF GA GD Points
13 13 0 0 44 8 36 39

It was a remarkable season, both on and off the field! We played on hot & humid days, in the rain & mud, through sleet, on the windiest day and even under a rainbow! All under the expert guidance of the best Coach and Club Legend, Pete King!

Congratulations to:- Annie Mackin, Barbara De Roover, Carmel Sparke, Carmela Kendrick-Smith, Cathy Miletta, Emma Sacre, Erika Callanan, Fiona Levens, Gita Mathur, Jacqueline Du Toit, Jacqui Franchi, Kate Drysdale, Kate McKeown, Margot Phelps, Michelle McCoy, Robin McLennan, Robyn Cubis, Yvonne Tuckett and of course Coach: Peter King.

A special thanks to Lou, our long-time supporter, all our regular supporters (husbands, partners, parents, siblings, children, friends and club members) who turned up at our games on a Sunday to encourage us from the sidelines.

Thanks also to Jonathan for always being available to help with the organisation & smooth running of the games and supporting us throughout the season.

What a great club! What a magnificent team! What a great Coach! What an encouraging group of supporters!

THANK-YOU-ALL and Go the mighty Cats!

Cathy Miletta See Less

A warm welcome to our new Women’s All Age team! 
St Michaels FC are proud to announce our new Woman’s All Age team for 2019. Comprising of a number of former St Michaels primary school students and their friends, the new team will be playing in NSFA WAA Div 3 and are keenly looking forward to their debut season. Coached by current St Michaels O45 legend Mike Almond, we would like to wish the girls the very best of luck this year.

This year’s bumper season has come to a close with 3 x Grand Final winners over the weekend. Our Men’s 45-1As continued their League & Finals dominance with a 2-0 victory over Lane Cove while the 45-1Rs narrowly missed out after drawing 1-1 and losing a nail-biting penalty shootout against North Sydney. Our Men’s 45-2 White squad had inspiring 1-0 victories over Turramurra (As) and Lane Cove West (Rs) respectively while the spirited Women’s 35-1’s team went down 0-3 to current NSW Champs Mt Colah.

It was another great year with 7 x StM teams finishing in the top 4 of their comps, our Men’s AA-2’s winning promotion to the Premier League, the Men’s 45-1As finishing unbeaten as Premiers for a third consecutive year and getting ready to defend their NSW Champion of Champions title

Our year in pictures ….


MAA-2 after defeating North Sydney 10-0 at Blackman


Mike Retter and Richard Hawtin during the Mens 45-2 Derby


The Womens W35-1 after wining their semi-final against North Sydney


Squad power – the Mens 45-2 White squad celebrating their grand final wins at Naremburn


The Men’s 45-2 Whites celebrating their grand final victory over Turramurra


Our mighty Mens 45-1 team after winning their grand final at Cammeray


The  Mens 45-2R White team just loving their Saturday footy


The Men’s 45-1R – 2018 Ppremiers and Grand Finalists


The Mens 45-2R derby – St Michaels Blue vs St Michaels White


The Womens 35-1 Semi final selfie


What are the chances of a footballer being called on to give lifesaving CPR to a player in the opposing team, not once, but twice in three weeks?

John Galicek, a GP,  who is a defender for St Michaels over 45s team in the Northern Suburbs Football Association, on two occasions gave vital heart massage until a defibrillator could be found. At the second incident the team forgot to bring their defibrillator but there was one at the oval.

Mr Galicek said he will now write to Premier Gladys Berejiklian saying state government should oversee the provision and maintenance of the equipment to be used in event of a cardiac arrest.

The first incident was a Division 2 game over 45s fixture between West Pymble and St Michaels at Norman Griffiths Oval, West Pymble.

“We were half an hour into the game when there was a break in play.  I am a defender, this other fellow was a defender and players were saying ’emergency,'” he said.

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