From the Technical Director
As football fever hits the world stage.
Welcome to Kawana Sports Precinct to our visitors from Western Pride, after a week on the road to Brisbane Roar last weekend, which saw our Senior Men pick up a well earned point, as well as our U14’s & U15’s picking up well earns victories.
I would also like to send well wishes to one of our Senior players Kurtis Modlin, who suffered a broken leg in the U20’s fixture V Brisbane Roar, we wish hi a speedy recovery.
All Junior teams are back in action again on Sunday at Kawana Football Club, the first fixtures kick-off at 10am.
We also have a couple of club initiatives going on at the moment, the first being a raffle for a Nintendo Switch. Tickets can be purchased from the canteen at both Senior & Junior games, 1 ticket for $3.00 or 2 tickets for $5.00.
We also have limited spaces available on our July School Holiday Camp, register now to secure your child’s place. We have a $50 Rebel Sports gift card, signed SCFC home shirt and free September Holiday Camp space.
All of our teams will be heading up to our partner private school in Peregian Beach College start of July, this is an annual program delivered by myself which reinforces our technical syllabus.
We look forward to see the you at the games.
– Melvyn Wilkes
Under 18 Boys
Under 20 Boys
This Saturday we host top of the league Western Pride, and wish them all the best in their quest to become champions this season.
Last weekends away point against Brisbane Roar Youth had many pleasing and positive aspects, without coming away with 3 points again.
The improved game performances are testament to the players hard work on the training field and their believe in each other. Last Sunday we played our best second half football so far this season, but now we need to be more competitive for the full 90 minutes if we want to win games at this level.
Hope see you at the game supporting the boys.
– Richard Hudson