• Victory

  • SHFC Congratulates Mika On 300 Games


Senior & Reserves

Sunshine Heights Football Club is seeking applications for Reserves and Senior Coaching positions as we build for season 2015 in Division 2 of the Western Region Football League.

These positions will suit a highly motivated individual with a strong work ethic and excellent communication skills.
• Previous coaching experience preferred.
• Immediate start for the right candidate in preparation for season 2015.

• Applications can be sent to nicolaides.michael.m@edumail.vic.gov.au or damien.farnfield@vla.vic.gov.au

• Enquiries made to Michael Nicolaides on 0412 536 962 or Damien Farnfield 0402 280 299

All applications should be submitted by 20 November 2014.

Sunshine Heights Football Club congratulates senior captain

and club legend Michael Nicolaides.

Blaine Xuereb presents Michael Nicolaides with the Brain Stafford Medal.

Blaine Xuereb presents Michael Nicolaides with the Brian Stafford Medal.


Leading from the front for the Dragons, captain Michael Nicolaides had a fantastic year on the track, taking home the Brian Stafford medal for the Best and Fairest in the Senior Division with 160 votes. Dominating the clearances in his role as an inside midfielder, Nicolaides polled well ahead of Will Dawson (148 votes) and Joshua Stevens (123 votes).

While he was busy providing the forwards first opportunity of the ball, Nicolaides was also leading off the field in his role as Vice president. Chalking up game 300 midway through the season.

Continuing his stellar season, Nicolaides was awarded with Best Club person and Life Member status at this years Senior and Reserve Presentation Night.

Nicolaides was rewarded for his hard work and determination this year by being named in the Team of the Year for the Western Region Football League Division 2 competition.


About The Club

The Sunshine Heights Football Club was established in 1971. The club was first known as Albion West under 11′s sponsored by the Albion Football Club. Norm Mcgrath from Braybrook Building Supplies suggested that a new club be started and a meeting was held at the St. Pauls Primary School and Sunshine Heights Football Club was born.

The club has an original theme song which was written by Yohan Charles. He is a Welshman and that’s how we became known as the Dragons.