Junior Training Nights

An email has been sent with the teams – please check your junk mail if you haven’t received the email. The following training nights have been allocated for the following age groups. Training will start this week – 14th March 2022.

Age GroupNight(s)Start Time
PuddlesMondays5:45 – 6:45pm
U6 Gale Winds
U6 Cyclones
Mondays5:45 – 6:45pm
U7 TsunamiMondays5:45 – 6:45pm
U7 TornadosWednesdays5:30 – 6:30pm
U8 Surge
U8 Blizzards
Tuesdays5:30 – 6:30pm
U8 TwistersThursdays5:30 – 6:30pm
U9 This week only
All players
Tuesday
Thursday
5:30 – 6:30pm
U10 This week only
All players
Tuesday
Thursday
5:30 – 6:30pm
U11 This week only
All players
Tuesday
Thursday
5:30 – 6:30pm
U11/U12 GirlsWednesdays5:30 – 6:30pm
U12 TempestWednesdays5:30 – 6:30pm
U12 StormTuesday
Thursday
5:30 – 6:30pm
U13 Girls
U13 Mixed
Wednesdays4:45 – 5:45pm
5:30 – 6:30pm
U14Tuesday
Thursday
5:30 – 6:45pm
U15Tuesday
Thursday
5:30 – 6:45pm

Wed 9th, Still damp!

Hi all, No training for most of us today. Field 2 is partially mowed but still not in good enough condition for lots of running about.

Field 2 is partially open. It’s important that Field 1 stay closed and off limits.

U13 Girls aren’t training, and neither are the U16s and U18s. Please contact your coach/manager for other teams.

Update 3:45pm: The club decided to close the fields.

2022 MiniRoos Update

We hope that everyone is safe and well during this time.

Please be aware that an email went to all MiniRoos parents today about registrations and teams. This was sent to all 2021 and 2022 registrations. Please check your junk mail if you have not received it in your inbox.

We cannot make teams if all the players are not registered yet, so your help in getting players registered is very important. The season begins on the 22nd April, so there is still plenty of time for registrations and training.

Using the new site

Hi all,

This site has been set up to be the one source of club news and information. If everything goes to plan, new posts will go up here and then shared out to Facebook and other socials from this single point.

Muster day announcements, training day announcements, wet weather, celebrations, working bee calls, will all be posted from here first and then shared out.

If you want to stay in the loop and (like me) are not facebook users, you can bookmark this site and keep checking the site.

Non-social media options

Allow Site Notifications

You’ll get an alert if there is a new post

The site will ask to show you notifications. We don’t post every day, so this will not be an annoying option for you. If you want to stay in the loop, say yes. If you say “Not Yet” you won’t get pestered after that. But there will be a little bell icon if you change your mind.

Really Simple Syndication (RSS)

RSS Feed

Other built-in options include adding the site’s RSS feed in your news reader or in some browsers. RSS is a very convenient tool for keeping in the loop without relying on people posting on facebook. Some browsers and phone apps may know what to do with this link.

Club Message about the floods

MAYHEM, HARDSHIP, PERSONAL TRAGEDIES, HUGE FINANCIAL LOSSES are just some of the hundreds of words and terms encapsulating life in Queensland at the moment.

What is unfolding right now may well be worse than in 2011 when many Queenslanders and those in other states suffered financial and personal losses of huge magnitude.

It affects us right across the board, including our personal wellbeing, businesses, social and sporting organizations and further delaying our return to ‘normal’.

Our local politicians are active, in shocking conditions, to coordinate rescue and recovery efforts and making our local residents and business people aware of where to procure sandbags (38 Shamrock St, Darra), evacuation centre (Riverlife Baptist Church) and posting continuous updates on their social platforms.

Well done, Jess, Sarah and Milton, we are incredibly grateful for the incredible job you are doing.

Whilst earlier today our ‘Tornado Alley at Atthows Park’ complex was fine, many other clubs haven’t fared that well like Wynnum Wolves, Toowong, Eastern suburbs and Brisbane City and considering the location of many sports facilities there are likely to be lots more.

Since recovery from this extraordinary weather event will take some time, Football Queensland has already announced that all fixtures from today until 6 March have been postponed.

For residents of the Centenary and surrounding suburbs there is a real sense of déjà vu based on their experiences in 2011 and 1999.

Low lying areas are becoming inundated, and we feel for the members and committees of clubs and organisations like Jindalee Bowls, Centenary RSL, Meals on Wheels to name a few and the many small businesses that are starting to cop the brunt of these shocking conditions.

It is highly likely that when the damage and havoc is assessed we’ll see the re-birth of the Mud Army and we urge anyone, who is willing and able, to accept the challenge to help our fellow residents, organisations and local businesspeople.

Our club mantra is ‘Play Local and Buy Local’ and we’d like to add ‘Support our Local Community’.

We will try to keep you in the loop and feel free, especially members of the Centenary Stormers Football Family, to reach out for our support if you need it.

Take care and stay safe and ‘if it’s flooded, don’t cross it’.

Simon Boegheim, Club Secretary.