Managing Our Club

Legal Status

Under law, Camberwell Petanque Club Incorporated is a not for profit sports club registered with Consumer Affairs based on the Model Articles of Association and so we have an ABN. Our AGM is held in early August.

Committee Structure

The Club is run by a Committee of volunteer members. There are the usual office bearer positions, President, VP, Secretary and Treasurer. There is no specified number of Committee members but there are usually around 8 which allows matters to be progressed even when some members are unable to attend. There are three off-Committee adjunct roles, a Membership Officer, Paul, our Website Editor, Rex, and our purveyor of petanque equipment, John Paul. The minimum number for a quorum is 50% of the Committee or 10% of members at an AGM.

There are many people other than those mentioned here who contribute to running the Club, see Contacts for some specific details.

Committee Members

President Rex . 0412 148 116
Vice President Coleen 0403 752 231
Secretary Deirdre 0419 141 417
Treasurer Greg see Membership List
Member Paul see Membership List see Membership List
Member Kathy 

see Membership List

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Member Marion Mc Donald see Membership List see Membership List
Member Bob Hutchinson see Membership List see Membership List

The Committee meets every month to achieve the Aims of the Club, see below, to forward plan activities and to guide and improve the Club's performance on all criteria. It's important the Club does not stand still or, as everyone knows, others will overtake us.

Committee  Meeting Minutes

Click here to see precis of recent Committee activities, projects, major decisions and other items of interest to all Members.

Joining the Committee

We would welcome members to join the Committee. New members on the Committee are one of the best ways to keep fresh ideas coming forward. The Committee meets monthly on a Wednesday morning at the Clubhouse for about 1 1/2 hours before play.

The Aims of the Club

    1. To provide the means for Members to enjoy and play petanque at all levels of ability, both socially and competitively.
    2. To provide regular training opportunities to help Members improve their knowledge as well as their standard of play.
    3. To hold petanque/social related activities to encourage a socially inclusive Club atmosphere.
    4. To participate in hosting inter-club, interstate and international events and encourage Members to play in these.
    5. To increase the Club's active player base through recruiting new and Social Members and re-engaging less active Members.
    6. To spread the work of running of the Club more broadly across all Members for a satisfying, fairer and better outcome.