Wellbeing Program

The Lakers Wellbeing Program, established in 2017, aims at putting in place interventions to help improve the lifestyle choices and health of members at CSFC.

Our Wellbeing Team


Mobile: 0438 575 202

Lakers Wellbeing: wellbeing@carolinespringsfc.com.au

I have lived in Caroline Springs for 17 years as well as been involved with CSFC for about 14 yrs. In this time, I have worked as an Industry Trainer and Assesser and taught VET courses such as Security 4 & 5 certs, Hospitality and Business Management 4 & 5 certs and First Aid 2 & 3 certs. I also have sat on the WRFL Trainers Committee for 13 years as well as held the position of Secretary for 9 years and still currently. As a Sports Trainer I have worked with many male and female Junior and Senior teams as well as working for multiple under 18 state-level games and AFL international senior games. I have also had the privilege of raising my son who has played Junior and Senior football at CS and who has achieved not only individual success, but has been part of numerous representative teams over the years. So as a parent I have personal experience in dealing with the extreme highs and lows of a football player’s career. My passion and main focus for the last 10 years has been to work closely with the league, AFL Vic and AFL Community to ensure Player Safety and wellbeing on and off the field. I look forward to continuing to move ahead at club and league level to ensure we, as a community, have a better understanding of player safety and welfare on and off the field and have the appropriate resources and support needed to keep up a high standard of care.   


Mobile  0436 015 011

Lakers Wellbeing: wellbeing@carolinespringsfc.com.au

Kristy is looking forward to being a part of the wellbeing team and working with the players and their families. Having lived in Caroline Springs for 13 years and spending the last 8 as the Director at Brookside Preschool, Kristy has a close connection to the community. Two of Kristy and Greg’s girls play at the club. Kristy believes in the African Proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child”, for the Caroline Springs Football Club this means that our entire community works together to ensure children get to experience a safe and healthy environment. Some players are the children and some players are the role models.

It’s okay, not to be okay. If you ever need to speak to someone, please speak out!

Lakers Wellbeing: wellbeing@carolinespringsfc.com.au

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