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TIGERS ROAR INTO 2018
Players from clubs right across the Sunshine Coast converged on the Caloundra Football Club last Saturday 17 March for the under 10 and under 11 football carnival.
President, John Aldous said the event was a great start to the season for the teams that played. They really dusted off their boots and gave it their all. On a hot day, the players demonstrated excellent resilience. Caloundra FC really turned it on and the family-friendly nature of the competition meant that there were also a lot of supporters cheering the players on. The kids loved every minute of the games.
U11 Yellow(left) and U11 Black(right)
The results of the day show how competitive the Bribie Tigers will be in this year’s competition.
- Under 11 Kangaroos – Black – 2 wins and 2 draws
- Under 11 Wallabies – Yellow – 4 losses Under 11 Pink – 2 wins and 2 draws • Under 10 Kangaroos – Black – 3 wins and 1 draw
- Under 10 Wallabies – Yellow – 1 win and 3 losses Our under 11 girls team, which are newly formed this season, really showed their talent and will be the team to watch this season, John said.
We are so proud that as a club we have been able to form a third female team, the under 11s join the under 7s and our Senior Women in our 2018 team list. 2018 is expected to be another year of improvement and the committee will be working hard to provide the best possible player experience that we can.
We are thrilled with the commitment of our volunteers and the contributions from local community groups and businesses that have helped us start this season. With the last teams kicking off on 24 March we will be turning our attention to scheduling our Miniroos Kickoff program for our 3-5-year-olds.
If you are interested in signing up for the program, just let us know by emailing [email protected] or keeping an eye on our Facebook page. FOR MORE INFORMATION John Aldous, President Mobile: 0404 056 830 Email: [email protected]