The inaugural Football Queensland (FQ) Community Cup finished on Saturday after seven days of competition at Mackay Junior Football Park.
Peninsula Power can claim the inaugural Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL) Premiership with a victory over Ipswich Knights at AJ Kelly Park on Saturday evening.
Brisbane Roar NTC can keep up the pace on top four with a win over Mitchelton while the Gap FC, Souths and Lions FC chase more wins to keep the pressure on each other.
A mouth-watering top two clash awaits at Lions Stadium, Western Pride head up the range looking for their first win in three, while Cairns FC host North Queensland United in a northern derby in Round 21 of the National Premier Leagues (NPL) Queensland.
32 young Queenslanders are on their way to Coffs Harbour to compete in this year’s Westfield Girls National Championships (NYC) between Monday, 16 July and Friday, 20 July.
More than 3,000 local football fans have turned out in Mackay to see Hyundai A-League club Brisbane Roar secure a 5-0 victory over National Premier Leagues (NPL) side Magpies Crusaders United.
10,000 new girls and boys have signed up to the ALDI MiniRoos ‘Kick-Off’ program so far this year Football Federation Australia (FFA) announced yesterday, as football’s popularity and participation continues to grow.
The Football Queensland (FQ) Community Cup is in full swing, with players, coaches and match officials alike making the most of the opportunities that come with a state-wide tournament.
Souths United now occupy fourth spot on the Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL) table, but with Rochedale Rovers and Sunshine Coast Wanderers still yet to play this round, the top four is far from decided.
The Gap FC claim top spot thanks to a Tiarne Petterwood hat-trick, while a team goal-scoring effort saw Mitchelton record a convincing victory in Round 20 of the NPLW Queensland.