So it’s all come down to this… Tomorrow, the QAFA Ressies chase the historic threepeat at Giffin Park, Birubi St, Coorparoo. Under the watchful eyes of two-time premiership captain Crackers Campbell and Coach Peter Rosengren this highly skilled, well-oiled machine will continue it’s juggernaut against a spirited Carrara outfit. After a well-earned week off after
Monthly Archives: August 2014
Following the final game for the UQAFC QAFL Seniors on the weekend, Senior Coach Matthew “Hollywood” Stewart has let the club know he will not be seeking re-appointment for the 2015 season. Matt stepped into the role at short notice in 2013 to steer the club’s senior group through their first Allied Pickford’s Cup season.
A huge congratulations to Peter “Rosie” Rosengren, who was earlier this week crowned AFL Queensland’s Club Administrator of the Year for 2014. Selected from all of the clubs throughout South-East Queensland, Rosie was presented with his award at the Queensland Football Awards on Monday night at the Gabba. Pete works tirelessly to ensure that the
The UQAFC is saddened today to hear of the sudden passing of former UQAFC Senior Coach Warren Vines. “Vinesy” was widely known in the AFL community having held several positions with AFL clubs in Brisbane and Melbourne. Most recently Warren was continuing his work as coach with the local senior umpiring group. A man of
And here we are – the last game for the 2014 season! Our 1st season in the QAFL has been a long one with multiple injuries & tough opposition, but the spirit & form has been good for the last month or so….minus last week’s blip against Morningside. This Saturday provides us 1 more chance
Bright and early this Saturday morning the Red Lioness QWAFL Ladies will open the innings on a huge day for the club. In the final round of home matches to be played at Oval 7 for 2014, the UQAFC will be shooting for three victories as they host the Wilston Grange Gorillas in QWAFL, QAFL
by Benus Campbell A hard-fought year filled with close losses, what-ifs and fiercely competitive fixtures comes to a close on Saturday as UQ’s developing QAFL reserves side plays host to local rivals Wilston Grange at Oval 7. Having gone close to beating Grange in preseason despite fielding an injury depleted squad, the students were disappointed