Our Board Members
Debbie Legge – Debbie is a former teacher from the Central Coast; one of the youngest teachers ever to join the school of Edith Parsons in its history. She has become a champion in her own right, and has been member of many winning teams in her 40 years of physie. Debbie continues with our club, assisting with hall hire and management, and teaching across many age groups.
Karen Faulkner-Hulls - Karen has been a part of physie for a total of 30 years. She was a junior and intermediate senior champion of physie. Karen has also been a member of many winning teams. Karen has had a large break from physie, before coming back to Tuggerah with her beautiful daughters, Jade and Tina. Karen assists with any legal work, as well as teaching across age groups
Leisa Griffin – Leisa has been with us for 15 years. She was once a part of our Ladies competing section in Tuggerah Lakes, but now stands with her daughter Daina, who has become a State and Grand finalist through her physie years. Leisa assists as a treasurer to the club, assisting Louise with fees and outstanding payments.
Caroline Kember - Caroline has been with our club, with her two girls Maddie and Evie. She is a strong competitor in the Advanced Ladies section, and a member of many well placing teams. Caroline leads our marketing and social media section along with Nikki, and assists with the business management of the club.
Kristie Kelaher - Kristie is a devoted physie mum. Her daughter Sophie has been with us for 15 yrs and has established herself as a well-known junior Grand finalist each year. Kristie owns her business in the Bateau Bay post office, and her business ethics and input are important to the running of the club.
Suzanne Hull - Suzanne has been a part of physie for many years, coming back into Tuggerah Lakes after a long break. Her family has a long line of EP champions, including herself, who has won and placed high in the Masters Advanced Ladies section. She has been part of many high placing and winning teams as well as assisting us teaching in multiple sections.