144 Henry Lawson Ave, Werrington County NSW 2747


(02) 9623 2119

Board of Directors


Vince Le Breton


Vince joined the Henry Sports Club Board in 2015 when the club was under Administration and in imminent danger of being put into liquidation. His initial goal was to be part of a team that could bring the club out of Administration, and this was achieved some 18 months later. From that point, Vince has been involved with the push to modernise the club to a standard that the members could be proud of, and he feels that this goal has been achieved with the completion our fantastic renovation on time and on budget. It is now a truly great venue that everyone can enjoy into the future.

Vince has been involved on a number of sporting committees in the Penrith district including cricket, rugby league, netball and tennis and he is currently vice-president of the Penrith Valley Sports Foundation.


Melissa Jerzyna

Senior Vice Chairperson

Having grown up in Werrington County, the Henry Sports has been a part of Melissa’s life for a long time as her local club. Melissa is a local real estate agent with over 24 years’ experience in the industry and Director of Property Management at LJ Hooker Penrith. She holds a Class 1 Real Estate Agents License and Auctioneers License. Having been a board member for the past 5 years, Melissa is not currently involved with any sub-clubs but is passionate about the club’s position and is looking forward to transformation which is currently taking place.


Janet King

Junior Vice Chairperson

Janet is deeply ingrained in the Penrith community and have a wealth of experiences and connections there. Being involved in the Henry Sports Club, participating in various community activities, and serving on the Board of Directors is just a part of Janet’s dedication to the local area. Revamping the Club’s Constitution and serving on the Board is both rewarding and challenging. It’s great to be enjoying the experience despite the challenges it does bring. Janet’s involvement in community activities such as Parkrun Werrington and her participation in a local classic vehicle club further highlights her commitment to staying active and engaged in the community. With her family members also being involved in various roles within the Penrith area, it’s clear that community involvement runs deep in Janet’s family.

Local support and contribution undoubtedly enrich the community and make it a better place for everyone. Janet is glad to be part of a local Club that provides this local support.


Andrew Armistead


Andrew has lived in the Penrith area for almost 40 years and his family have been very involved in sports having managed and coached local soccer teams. Andrew has 30 years’ experience in governance and risk, holding the position of CEO of CivicRisk Mutual, a local government insurance mutual. He is also a member of the Australian Risk Standards Committee and has completed the Australian Institute of Company Director’s course. Andrew represents the Blue Mountains Ukulele Group, one of The Henry’s community groups.


Peter Dries


Peter became a Board member in 2017 after getting acquainted with The Henry through his children’s sports activities. He still enjoys attending local games whenever he can.

The Henry has evolved into a hub for many, and Peter takes particular pride in the positive direction it has embraced since emerging from administration.


Steve Roberts


Steve was introduced to The Henry when he came along to a junior hockey presentation, that was many years ago. He believed that The Henry was worth saving when he joined the Board in 2015, with the goal of getting the Club out of administration. Steve is the Honorary Secretary of the Blue MUGs, the best ukulele club around and one of The Henry’s sub-clubs. Steve is so happy with the current renovations which will benefit us all.