The big day has arrived. We look forward to seeing you down at your football club tomorrow from 11am to 3pm for some trophy presentations, dunking of your coach, games of football, some fun sport games, lucky dip, face painting, the inflatable football field, Roar Mascot and great company. See you there . . .
Don’t forget to return your sold raffle tickets for Junior Presentation Day (20th September) by Friday of this week. Office is open 4-7pm Tuesdays and Fridays. If you’ve sold one book (5 tickets) you gain free entry and a free food & drink card. We look forward to presenting you with your team trophies and having some fun on the day with dunking your coach, playing some football, and also participating in lots of other fun activities as a final cheerio for the year.
Don’t forget the presentation of your trophies is going to be a grand affair at this year’s Junior Presentation next Saturday from 11am to 3pm. We look forward to welcoming the Roar Mascot and our President, Jon Davies, who will be presenting each child with their trophy.
There’ll also be the chance to dunk your coach, play some organised fun games, beat your parents at football, try your luck in the lucky dip and so much more. Remember to sell your raffle tickets for free entry into the presentation day and this includes your free food and drink card. Families get to accompany you for free. If you haven’t sold a raffle ticket book, never fear, entry and food and drink is $25 for the member and again, the family accompany you for free.
This is our final fundraiser for the year too, so we appreciate your support and look forward to a big farewell on Saturday.
Good luck to Michael Cassidy and his young charges this weekend.
His talented team of under 12′s have made the Grand Final and play Cooroora United in a 9.30am kick-off this Saturday
The game is at Maroochydore, so if you any of you can, wear your Coolum colours proudly and travel down to cheer them on.
Well done for making it to the final, now go out and enjoy the experience, you’ve more than earned it.
You might like to check out the newly created Sunshine Coast Football Forum which intends to help promote discussion, information sharing and banter between clubs and those interested parties in the football regions within the Sunshine Coast. It’s hope the forum will help improve camaraderie and rivalry in the region; whilst also becoming a tool to promote the game and its standards. Pass it on!
It’s at www.sunshinecoastfootballforum.com