Following from the 2014 AGM, OISC is pleased to announce the Committee for Season 2015.
Congratulations to Mark Andrawos who received OISC Life Membership for his outstanding contribution to the club over nearly two decades.
The Club has been fortunate enough to secure the services of a well experienced coach for the A Grade – Theo Mylonas. Theo comes to us with good amateur league experience and will aim build on past seasons to make OISC a genuine title challenger. Daniel Rossi will take charge of the B Grade in 2015 and provide support to Theo when appropriate.
Daniel Rossi and Julian Soriano will be coaching the women’s team together in 2015 and will look to build on last years fantastic results.
OISC was impacted by above average rainfall in season 2014 which impacted on the use of the grounds at Glenunga. The club took into account the conditions of the surface and the long term view of preserving this while also factoring in the capacity of the new drainage system. As a consequence in season 2014 the club made the choice to relocate, postpone or cancel three home match days. OISC is continuing to work positively with stakeholders toward sustained improvement of our playing surfaces.
Construction has also now commenced on the new multi-user community hub, clubroom and change room building to be located between Webb and Margaret Bond Ovals. The former clubroom building was demolished in late October 2014. As a result for season 2015 there will continue to be temporary and transitional change room, clubroom and storage facilities in place. The club is again working with all stakeholders to ensure the new building provides the best possible outcome and useable space for our club. The club believes short term inconvenience will be worth it for a new first rate facility.