Club Management Committee 2
Junior Committee 2011 2
Fund Raising 3
Rules of Play 5
Season Dates 6
Child Protection Policy 7
Wet Weather 7
Monthly Meetings 7
Annual General Meeting/Presentation/Trophy Day 7
Parent Involvement 7
Power Men Premier League Home Games 8
Bar Facilities 8
Club Facilities 8
Membership Card 9
Senior Premier League Men Fixtures 10
Football Academy at Power 11
Junior Division Policy Document 12
Breakdown of Age Groups 12/13/14
Power Function Room 14
Borrowing of Players 15
Parents Code of Behaviour 16
Players Code of Behaviour 17
Coaches Code of Behaviour 17
Managers Responsibilities 17
Women’s Football Committee and Information 18
Ground Locations 19/20/21/22/23
President Craig Feuerriegel 0417609311
Vice-President Bill Smith 32040598 (a/h)
Secretary Kristine English 31669165
Treasurer Peter Ward 32038159
Social Director [Sponsorship] Vacant
Marketing Director [Website] Vacant
Men’s Soccer Chairperson Graeme Salisbury 0401755011
Women’s Soccer Chairperson Wilbur Keong 0400182152
Junior Soccer Director Andrew English 0448341946
Club Administrator Michelle Feuerriegel 0438100732
Football Shop Amanda Kirwan 0414677903
Annual General Meeting for Management Committee is to be held on
Wednesday 9th February 2011 at A.J. Kelly Park Clubhouse 7.30pm – All Welcome
CLUB HOUSES & PLAYING FIELDS ARE LOCATED AT
A.J. Jock Kelly George Street Kippa Ring 3284 3600
H.A. Dalton Park Maine Road Clontarf 3283 4120
Chairperson Andrew English 0417 748 465 email@example.com
Vice Chairperson Jamie Kirwan 0421 077 953 firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary Lisa Dent 0407 695 638 email@example.com
Treasurer Colleen Tagg 0433 160 273 firstname.lastname@example.org
U6/U7/U8/U9 Simon Whyte 0488 745 747 email@example.com
U10/U11 Scott Keam 3204 9378 0410 455 428 firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrar (Comp) Jenny English 3885 6011 email@example.com
Fixture Controller Cathy Noble 3883 3645 0439 530 996 firstname.lastname@example.org
Groundsman Santo Perna 3203 3485 email@example.com
Equipment Officer Peter Burrell 0422 458 914 firstname.lastname@example.org
Recorder Sandy Burrell 3283 3465 0407 033 379 email@example.com
Fundraising Coordinator Angie Liggins 0431 886 538 firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior ref Coordinator
Committee Members Garry Dye 3204 0469 0448 341 946 email@example.com
Adrian Eagles 3203 0567 0417 788 100 firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Jenkins 0408 007 036 email@example.com
Phil Pycroft 3284 2332 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Hefren 3284 8287 email@example.com
If you have any issues at all, please contact the relevant committee member for
assistance or for more information contact your divisions Chairperson
Welcome to the 2011 Football Season
The Committee’s of the Peninsula Power Football Club welcomes back all
players and families from last season with a special welcome to our new
families. We look forward to the support of all members and would appreciate
any offer of help. Club officials give a great deal of time and effort on a
voluntary basis to the running of the Club and welcome any offers of help to
lighten their load.
If you have any problems, please feel free to discuss them with the appropriate
committee member. We look forward to building on the success of our Club
and trust that you will all enjoy the coming season.
Junior Fixtures are played on Friday Nights and Saturday’s at Dalton Park or
Sunday’s at A.J. Kelly Park. Weather permitting.
Club Fund-Raising at the Captain Cook Tavern [Sponsor]
Members over the age of 18 are encouraged to assist with Meat Tray Raffles at
the Captain Cook Tavern on a Friday evening (4:00 pm to 6:00 pm) and
Saturday afternoon (12:00 pm to 2:00pm) to raise the funds required to offset
the club running costs and club improvements such as lights, grounds, facilities
This is a great way to socialise with team mates, parents, coaches, managers
at the same time supporting your club and one of our major sponsors.
Sponsorship/Partnership Lets Make it Work for the future of Football
As with the case with all sporting organisations, sponsorship plays a big part in
improving sporting activities with new equipment and upgrading facilities. With
over 800 playing members and two facilities to maintain, the expenses are
significant for our club. However such numbers and exposure from the size of
our club can offer enormous opportunities to all our Valued Sponsors.
Sponsors gain exposure locally and throughout the greater Brisbane area
through a strong partnership with our club. If you or your company would be
able to help, please contact the Sponsors Coordinator Angie Liggins or a
committee member to discuss options that will meet your needs.
Sponsorship packages are already in place, however a tailor made package
can be adapted to suit your business expectations and increase your profile.
Don’t forget Sponsorship is fully Tax Deductible.
Call our clubs Sponsorship Coordinator Angie Liggins today for more
CLUB SPONSORS/PARTNERS TO DATE
Redcliffe Leagues Club
Clearflow Specialised Services
FURN X Commercial Furniture
Think Pharmacy Chemists
Entire Health Physio
Harrington’s Bobcat Hire
Cooke & Hutchison Lawyers
Dream Ceremonies Marriage Celebrant
Global Business Auctioneers & Valuers
Dave Little Fencing
Eagle Boys Pizza Kippa-Ring
Peter Houston Dental Surgery
Eygptian Red Tea
Complete Party & Marquee Hire
The Golden Ox Restaurant Margate
I View Property Stephanie Williams
Aussie Car Loans
De Raadt Realty
Reliance Door Service
Jamie & Amanda Kirwan Carpentry
Captain Cook Tavern
Hair with Attitude and Kilcoy Meats
REMEMBER: If you are interested in supporting Power,
Please contact Angie, Craig or Malcolm to discuss options.
The club encourages members to support our Sponsors,
Please don’t forget to show your membership card when
visiting anyone of OUR Sponsors Businesses to ensure
they continue to support your club for years to come.
Sponsors contact information is available on the club
website and signage at both grounds.
RULES OF PLAY
SSG - U6/U7/U8 U/9 Roo Ball - U10/11
The aim of the game in Roo Ball is have a fun game where everyone gets an
equal share of kicking the ball; coaches are encouraged to rotate players so they
do not think of themselves as defenders or goalkeepers.
Under 6= small sided games – 15 minute halves with 5 minute break with 4 per
side plus 2 interchanges.
Under 7-8= small sided games – 20 minute halves with 5 minute break with 5 per
side plus 2 interchanges
Under 9 = small-sided games – 7 A Side
Under 10 = 9 players + 3 interchange - 25 minute halves
Under 11 = 9 players + 3 interchange - 25 minute halves
Non Competitive Players are required at the field where they are to play 30 mins before the start of
the match; Competitive Players are required at the field where they are to play 1 hour before the
start of the match.
Competitive Teams - U12/U13/U14/U15/U16/17
Matches are played on a full sized field with a maximum of eleven (11) players on
U12-U16 can have up to three (3) interchange players.
U12 matches are played on Friday nights or Saturday
Dalton Oval, Maine Rd, Clontarf
U13 - U16 matches are played on Friday nights at Dalton Oval or
Sundays at A J Kelly Field, George St, Kippa Ring
U 17 matches are played on Friday nights at Dalton Oval or
Sundays at A J Kelly Field, George St, Kippa Ring
Teams are grouped into Divisions according to ability. Three (3) points are
awarded for a win, one (1) for a draw. After two (2) rounds the top four teams
proceed to the Challenge Cup.
Duration of Fixture Matches
Teams Halves Duration Match / Training Balls
U6 2x15mins Size 3 ball
U7 2x20mins Size 3 ball
U8 2x20mins Size 3 ball
U9 – U10 2x25mins Size 4 ball
U11 2x25mins Size 4 ball
U12 2x25mins Size 4 ball
U13 2x30mins Size 4 ball
U14 2x35mins Size 5 ball
U15 - U16 2x40mins Size 5 ball
U17 2x45mins Size 5 Ball
Senior Men’s and Women’s Fixtures are 45min halves x 2 with a 15min break
Depending on the number of teams in your fixture draw the Junior’s 2011 season
begins the weekend of the 25th March.
The teams are formed in either 6, 8 or 10 team competitions, playing
two or three rounds of fixture. This means that the teams normally play each
other twice, once” at home” and once “away”, for 8 and 10 team competitions. If
you have an odd number of teams in your competition, you will also have a bye
in each round.
U6 – U11 the team Managers will collect money from each player for
match fees - $3.00 per game per player which goes back to the club and covers
referees and SSG match officials.
U12 - U16 the team Managers will collect money from each player for
match fees - $3.00 per game per player which goes back to the
club. These teams will pay a little extra as they have to pay for official referees
TEAMS REFEREE FEES ASSISTANT FEES
U16 BJL $56.00 $28.00
U15 BJL $50.00 $25.00
U14 BJL $43.00 $19.50
U17 $50.00 $25.00
U16 $43.00 $21.50
U15 $39.00 $19.50
U14 $34.00 $17.00
U13 $32.00 $16.00
U12 $30.00 $15.00
SSG Match $12.00 The above to be paid to each match official appointed
TRAINING AND MATCH GAMES
Shin pads MUST be worn for all games and during training sessions.
Players MUST also bring their own water bottle to training and games.
Training sessions are conducted during the week in which the players are taught
new skills, practice technique and tactics, often culminating in a practice match.
It is important that players attend all training sessions with their team. If a player
cannot attend a training session he/she should contact the Coach or Team
manager. Our Club is Suncorp SunSmart Grant recipient and we encourage
players to wear sunscreen provided and insect repellant to all training games
and during matches.
PENINSULA POWER CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
Peninsula Power Football Club believes that every child and young person that plays football
should be able to participate in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from abuse.
This is the responsibility of every adult involved in football. Our Club will take all reasonable care to
ensure the safety of all participants, children under the age of 18 will remain the responsibility of their
parent or guardian. The club will not take responsibility for any child under the age of 18 left unattended
at training during games and in transit to and from games or at any club presentations, fundraising or
Peninsula Power Football Club recognises its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children and
young people by protecting them from physical, sexual or emotional harm and from neglect or bullying.
The aims of this policy are:
To develop a positive and pro-active position in order to best protect all children and young
people who play football.
To demonstrate best practice in the area of child protection.
To promote ethics and high standards throughout football.
The key principles underpinning this Policy are that:
The child’s welfare is, and must always be, the paramount consideration.
All children and young people have a right to be protected from abuse regardless of their age,
gender, disability, culture, language, racial origin, religious beliefs or sexual identity.
All suspicions and allegations of abuse will be taken seriously and responded to swiftly and
Club Policy requires that every Employee/ Coach / Manager and Team Official obtain and
hold a current Children’s Commission Blue Card before participating in any official capacity.
Our Child Protection Designated Person and Blue Card Register Officer for 2010 Is as follows:
Club Administrator: Michelle Feuerriegel - PO Box 475 Redcliffe QLD 4020 Contact: 0438 100 732
Updated information on fields/matches that have been cancelled will be made available on
Football Brisbane’s website www.footballbrisbane.com.au, the Peninsula Power website
www.peninsulapower.com.au or by calling the Football Brisbane Wet Weather Line on
Tel- 3849 1104.
MONTHLY MEETINGS OF JUNIOR COMMITTEE
These are held at the Dalton Park Clubhouse on the first Monday of every month at 6.50p.m
for a 7.00pm start. All Club members are welcome, indeed encouraged, to attend these
meetings. It is a good way of finding out how our Club works and gives everyone the
opportunity to have input into the running of our Club or to bring problems to the notice of the
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS / PRESENTATION TROPHY DAY
The AGM will be held at the Clubhouse. All Club members are invited to attend the A.G.M.
Dates for Presentation/Trophy day and the AGM will be published in the Club Newsletter.
COMMUNICATION IS THE KEY TO OUR CLUBS SUCCESS
As with all clubs, the success of the club depends on the level of the parent’s involvement.
At a team level - A coach is appointed by the Committee and each team requires a parent as
Team Manager. They are primarily the only contact between the team and the club
regarding fixture times and club activities. Coaches and Managers Meetings are held
throughout the Season and we encourage all officials to attend.
The canteen is a major source of revenue for the Club and is operated by Peninsula Power
Catering. The menu caters with healthy alternatives for our members and visitors. The
canteen will be open during matches at both venues and variety of hot and cold food and
cold drinks are available.
POWER MEN PREMIER LEAGUE HOME GAMES
Peninsula Power Premier League Men play their home
matches at A.J. Kelly Park George St Kippa Ring
Junior players and parents are encouraged to come along
and watch some great football action and support your club.
Junior teams play before and at halftime to make this a great event.
Match Day Entry is $2 for all members who show their membership card’s
and receive a free “In the Game” Match Day Program.
However if you arrive PRIOR to half time of the RESERVE game Gate entry
is free. Programs-$2 with Lucky Program Prizes to be won at all home games.
LICENCED BAR at A.J. KELLY FIELD and DALTON PARK
This is another major source of revenue for the club. Please support the club and enjoy a
cold drink and the view from the A.J. Kelly balcony or Dalton Park awning while watching
games in a safe social environment. We are a licensed club and under no circumstances is
alcohol to be brought to the grounds or sold to under-aged persons.
All alcohol must be consumed within licensed areas.
Dalton Park – Under the covered awning and clubhouse
A.J. Kelly Park – The balcony and clubhouse/function room upstairs only.
Members are encouraged to use the club facilities for team functions.
This is your club and you are therefore welcome you to make use of the facilities
available, however a booking is necessary. These bookings must be made
through Michelle Feuerriegel Tel 0438 100 732.
Peninsula Power is looking to host two carnivals this year.
Carnivals are also conducted by various clubs throughout the season for
various age groups. They are usually by invitation only and are operated on a
round robin basis. That is, teams play an equal number of games. These are
usually held on Sundays or public holidays. Your Team Manager will inform you
of these carnivals.
The Committee supports teams attending Carnivals as it helps with team
bonding. Carnivals to be held in the 2011 season will be advised at a later
PENINSULA POWER MEMBERSHIP CARD
The Peninsula Power 2011 Membership card that is handed out at sign on is
used to support our sponsors and for sponsors to recognize Power members.
Sponsors will give all Power members the best possible price or discount if you
show your Membership card when making purchases or using their services.
The Power Membership Card will also get all members into Peninsula Power
Men’s Premier League matches at a discounted price. This will also include the
Power Official Premier League Match Day Programme “In the Game”.
The Peninsula Power Official Club Physiotherapist
& Sponsor is Entire Health Physio at Margate.
For all injuries at training and playing, you are covered under the Football Qld
Insurance policy which is included in your registration fees. If an injury occurs an
Insurance form is available by contacting a club insurance delegate below.
This form must be completed by the doctor and your club insurance delegate
before Physiotherapist treatment is covered under the Football Qld policy.
Power Club Insurance Delegates for 2011
Men’s Teams Bill Smith 0423 946 099
Women’s Teams Annette Ubbesen 0434 213 518
Junior Teams Kristine English 0422 124 133
Day & Date Opposition Time Location
R1 Game deferred TBA Souths United 7.00pm Wakerley Park
R2 Game deferred TBA Redlands United 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R3 Friday 4th March North Pine 8.30pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R4 Saturday 12th March Mt Gravatt 7.00pm Dittmer Park
R5 Saturday19th March Rochedale Rovers 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R6 Saturday 26th March Eastern Suburbs 6.00pm Heath Park
R7 Friday 1st April Pine Hills 8.30pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R8 Sunday 10th April Capalaba 5.00pm John Fredricks Park
R9 Saturday 16th April Brisbane Wolves 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R10 Sunday 8th May Brisbane City 3.00pm Spencer Park
R11 Saturday 14th May University QLD 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R12 Sunday 22nd May Taringa Rovers 4.00pm Jack Speare Park
R13 Saturday 28th May Olympic 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R14 Saturday 4th June Souths United 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R15 Saturday 18th June Redlands United 6.00pm Cleveland Showgrounds
R16 Saturday 25th June North Pine 7.00pm Bob Brock Park
R17 Saturday 2nd July Mt Gravatt 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R18 Saturday 9th July Rochedale Rovers 7.00pm Underwood Park
R19 Saturday 16th July Eastern Suburbs 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R20 Saturday 23rd July Pine Hills 7.00pm James Drysdale Reverve
R21 Saturday 30th July Capalaba 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R22 Saturday 6th August Brisbane Wolves 5.00pm Carmichael Park
R23 Saturday 13th August Brisbane City 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R24 Sunday 21st August University QLD 3.00pm Oval 3 @ UQ
R25 Saturday 27th August Taringa Rovers 5.00pm A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
R26 Sunday 4th September Olympic 4.00pm Goodwin Park
Round 1 and 2 have been deferred because of the floods. Dates TBA.
Home Games are underlined
Premier League Reserve Team kicks off 2hrs 30min earlier at the same locations
R10 & R24 are Sunday games at A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring and R3 & R7 are Friday
Games at A.J. Kelly Park Kippa-Ring
All Premier League Home matches will feature Power Junior Teams playing small sided games in front of
the clubhouse before and at halftime of the main game. All Junior players will walk out with a Premier
League player at the beginning of each game. They will also receive a certificate and drink voucher after
they have played. It is great fun for the children and the crowd love it!
Peninsula Power Academy
One of the sure signs of commitment to development for any aspiring club is the quality of programmes
they put in place and the personnel the club can attract to deliver those programmes.
Peninsula Power is delighted to be able to announce that in conjunction with Pro Football Academy
QLD, that in season 2011, we will be running Academy's for the following teams
Team Day Time Location
U9 & U10 Sunday 0900 - 1000 hrs Dalton Oval
U11 & U12 Sunday 1000 - 1100 hrs Dalton Oval
U13 & U14 Tuesday 1730 - 1830 hrs Dalton Oval
These sessions are being run by Pro Football Academy QLD, under the
guidance of Peninsula Power Premier League players Warren Moon (ex
Brisbane Roar and Scottish Premier League team Queen of the South) and
Scott MacNicol (ex Scottish Premier League team Dunfermline Athletic).
Pictured right -
The Academy will be run in 10 week blocks and the cost per session is only $5.00.
All payments are to be made directly to :Kelly Sports Great Sunnybank
BSB :804050 - Account no:31038137
Payments can be made by cash/cheque/direct deposit
This is a unique opportunity for Power players to learn further high end skills and techniques with
Professional coaches at your club.
Please contact Warren Moon on 0420841171 to ensure your booking today.
Peninsula Power FC Premier League Coach
Terry Kirkham [pictured left] has endorsed
this Academy for junior players
Peninsula Power Football Policy Document
Aims in General
To promote and foster the game of football through participation and involvement in a
safe and caring manner.
To provide the best possible facilities for members, players and visitors.
To provide the best coaching possible encouraging junior players to advance to the senior
To provide coaching support to enable coaches to improve and achieve accreditation.
To provide an avenue for the Junior players to enjoy the game of Football in a fun
The club will endeavour as much as possible to cater for all age groups Under 6 to Under 17
and Under 12 girls to Under 18. These teams will attempt to play in the highest division in
each age group wherever possible. Other teams will be entered into the competition if an
acceptable number of players are registered at the club. The club recognises the jurisdiction
and rules of Football Brisbane Incorporated and will abide by them.
The squad sizes will contain wherever possible two to three more players than on field
conditions determine. We will abide by the rules of Football Brisbane for the number of
Breakdown of Age Groups
Small Sided Game Players - Under 6-11 (Football Australia Initiative)
Small sided games – are games with fewer players competing on a smaller-sized field.
They are fun games that encourage players to have more contact with the ball because fewer
players are playing in a smaller playing area. SSG have a definite developmental impact on
younger football players. There are no goal keepers in the age groups 6-8 however there is a
goalkeeper in U9/10/11
The coaching of these teams will be conducted from a parent/relation base and coaching
seminars conducted by the coaching committee will help develop the coach into the Roo Ball
SSG concept and help in the social aspects of soccer/football.
At the end of the season the Coaching Committee with the assistance of the coaches will
assess the ability of the players entering the Under 10 age group for the following season.
An assessment test will be offered at the end of the season to any player who wants to trial.
The coaches will attend all coaching seminars and preferably be in the process of gaining
accreditation via Football Qld License courses.
SSF Players - Under 9 Grading
An assessment test will be offered to the players who want to attempt it.
Development is the key issue and grading/assessment to the Football Brisbane requirements
may be the way to go to maintain momentum built in previous years.
The emphasis should be placed more on what coaching these players are receiving and not
the more prevalent game situation that has preceded them. The players and parents
understanding that the assessment/grading will take place initially the end of the season and
continued at the start of the following year. The paramount assessment will be in game
Competitive teams - Under 12 to Under 16 Assessments
Under 12- Under 16 players will, when required, undergo assessment at the start of each
The club policy will be to have a division one/BJL team in each of these age groups.
The club will attempt to formulate a better team policy to provide a structure that allows the
player to progress to the first team or to the representative arena that begins at Under 11.
The club will provide football activities for all players through the use of proper assessment.
Division One and BJL
The division one team will allow the player to play within an atmosphere requiring a high level
of technique and skill and who is looking forward to progressing their football game. Team
commitment is paramount and training and playing will have competition to gain places within
the team, however, development of the individual will not be neglected.
The club policy on lower division team players is that they are assessed to allow them an
opportunity to progress within an enjoyable atmosphere. Wherever possible an equal amount
of game time will be given to all players. The club also recognises that the social side and
sheer enjoyment of playing the game should not be neglected in these divisions.
All aspects of these polices will be explained to the players parents / guardians at a
Players Promoted To Higher Age Groups
The promotion of a player to a higher age group may occur when the following happens:
On representation from a parent in writing to the club joint assessment will take place between
the clubs coaching committee and the representative coach. On the instigation of an
assessment by the club’s assessor.
On instigation from the coaching committee/assessor, the promotion of a player will be solely
on ability and be for the players and clubs benefit.
Availability of Coaches & Coaches Education
The club policy is to attempt to have qualified coaches in all positions.
Parents of both genders are invited to apply especially in the U6/7 & U8 age group.
The club will endeavour to have coaching positions fixed at the end of the season for the
beginning of the following season.
The club will attempt to have specialist coaches allocated to age groups.
All coaches will make an effort to attend all in house coaching programs and will be
encouraged to get their coaching licences (Junior licence).
Coaches in the competitive divisions, especially the highest in each age group, must attend all
The club will have periodical in house coaching seminars conducted by the coaching
The coaching committee will conduct training sessions of junior teams as demonstrations for
A.J. Kelly Park Function Room For Hire
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Features include disabled access, licenced bar,
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Enquires contact Michelle 0438100732
During the Roo Ball stage of development the guiding principle is that all players will have
equal game time unless there are extremely extenuating circumstances.
From Under 12 onwards a competition element must be introduced, especially into the division
one level, for the emerging soccer player to progress to higher levels.
When placed within the division one team structure the developing soccer player must
appreciate that ability and dedication to the game is required to maintain their position in the
The club recognises the pressure that the young soccer/football player may feel in
assessment testing and a caring atmosphere must be provided
Primarily the guidelines have been set by the Football Brisbane. But the club will conduct its
own modified testing in a coaching environment geared more to what the player can achieve
and how they can achieve it.
The testing is not directly connected to game performance but both are included as factors
when assessing ability.
The tests will be easily set up and will provide a player guardian connection in the
improvement of the young player.
The coaching committee will set the tests and be in charge of conducting them with the
assistance of the age group coaches.
Final assessments will be in consultation with age group coaches/coaching committee.
Parents and guardians will be addressed regarding the outcome of the testing.
Borrowing of Players
During the season teams may require to borrow from lower division teams, which are
encouraged to give added experience to the player.
There should be proper consultation with the team coach involved in an appropriate time
frame and no approach should be made directly to the player or players involved.
The borrowed player assumes a role of a normal squad player for that game or games.
Club Committee member or Registrar must be informed of any borrowing of players.
FOOTBALL BRISBANE RULES MUST BE ADHERED THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS.
The club recognises the value of carnivals and encourages participation.
Team selections can be made across the age grouped teams with proper consultation to
the borrowed players policy.
Discipline / Problem Procedures
The club requires all members to conduct themselves within a manner that promotes the
image of Peninsula Power Football Club.
Members breaking the clubs accepted codes of behaviour may be required to address the
This will be instigated via a letter to the offending party and all involvement at the club may be
suspended until the outcome of the meeting.
The codes of behaviour are detailed in the following pages and on the Membership
The junior policy will be handed to all members at sign on and changes to the content can only
be made at committee meetings.
If parents are running late to collect their child please phone 3283 4120 at Dalton Oval and
give child’s name & team. The child will be awaiting your arrival at the club house.
Parents Code of Conduct
Encourage children to participate, if they are interested. However if a child is not willing, do
not force them.
Focus upon the child’s efforts and performance rather than the overall outcome of the event.
This assists the child in setting realistic goals related to his/her ability by reducing the
emphasis on winning.
Teach children that an honest effort is as important as victory, so that the result of each game
is accepted without undue disappointment.
Encourage children to always participate according to the rules. Never ridicule or yell at a child
for making a mistake or losing a game.
Remember children are involved in organised sports for their enjoyment, not yours and that
children learn best from example. Applaud good plays by all teams.
If you disagree with an official, raise the issue through the appropriate channels rather than
questioning the official’s judgement and honesty in public. Remember, most officials give their
time and effort for your child’s involvement.
Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from sporting activities and avoid use
of derogatory language
Recognise the value and importance of volunteer coaches. They give of their time and
resources to provide recreational activities for the children and deserve your support.
Players Code of Conduct
Play by the rules. Never argue with an official. If you disagree, have your captain, coach or
manager approach the official during a break or after the competition.
Control your temper. Verbal abuse of officials or other players, deliberately distracting or
provoking an opponent is not acceptable or permitted in any sport.
Work equally hard for yourself and/or for your team. Your teams performance will benefit, so
will you. Be a good sport. Applaud all good plays whether they are your team, opponent or
the other team.
Treat all players as you would like to be treated. Do not interfere with, bully or take unfair
advantage of another player.
Co-operate with your coach, team mates and opponents. Without them there would be no
Play for the enjoyment of it and not just to please parents and coaches. Avoid use of
Coaches Code of Conduct
Be punctual at all times and have training nights and game days pre organised
Set a good example to all of your players and enjoy your coaching
Do not be biased to race or gender Develop ground rules for your players and parents
Fill out player information forms paying special attention to health problems
Pursue the opportunity to obtain Football Australia’s Coaching Licences
Respect the Referees, officials and ground officials
Respect the clubs equipment at all times and return at the end of the season
Observe the rules of Football Brisbane
Coaches to ensure that all players at the end of training have been picked up safely before
you leave. In the case of a players parents not turning up to pick them up you are responsible
to bring the player to the clubhouse and alert a committee member who will try and contact the
The managers are responsible to complete all team sheets as well as collection of match fees and referee fees on
match days. The team envelope is to be filled in and placed in fees box and team sheets are to be placed in the
Clubs Recorders Box. Please DO NOT place team sheets in the yellow envelopes as of 2011 they must be kept
separate. This must be done straight after your game and deposited ONLY at Dalton Park by 4.30pm Sunday
afternoon. The manager is responsible for communicating match day times along with all club information to
parent/guardians as advised and collected from the team boxes at Dalton Park.
2011 Women’s Football Committee
Name Positions Contact Numbers Email Addresses
Wilber Keong Chairperson 0400 182 152 firstname.lastname@example.org
Trisha Belford Secretary 0421 443 382 email@example.com
Treasurer 3284 2730
Michelle Feuerriegel Club Admin 0438 10 0732 firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrar/ 3883 1345
Melissa Cowley Recorder 0422 436685 email@example.com
Annette Ubbesen Insurance 0434 213 518 firstname.lastname@example.org
Maryvonne Ludke Equipment 3204 7975
0438 520 067
Malcom Allen Sponsorship 0432 314 343 email@example.com
Troy Belford General 3496 2341 firstname.lastname@example.org
0403 603 068
Nathalie Browne General 3880 1275 email@example.com
0413 435 731
The Club’s Women’s Football Committee would like to welcome new and existing players, officials and
their families to the club for the 2011 Football Season.
Our goal again this season is to provide the best opportunities for young female players to
participate and continue to develop at the highest level available.
Throughout the off season and during the regular season our women’s committee come
together regularly to meet and discuss ways of improving the structure of our clubs women’s
division, your feedback and assistance is always welcome.
As a committee we aim to secure a coach, manager, ground official and team sponsor for
each and every team in the women’s division and would welcome any support from members
to achieve this goal. If you are willing and able to assist Coaches and Managers Information
Booklets and Sponsorship Packages are now available for your perusal.
All coaches, managers and club officials MUST have a current blue card and we as a club
can offer free Volunteer Blue Card applications to those willing to help out.
We encourage and support all of our female players to take an active role in the club and
welcome our new members/players and valued parents to this season’s Women’s Committee.
GROUND LOCATIONS - FOOTBALL BRISBANE
AC Carina Brisbane Abruzzo Club Map 161 Ref P18
150 Fursden Road Carina
Acacia Ridge Ron Proud Field Map 199 Ref M19
174 Mortimer Road Acacia Ridge
Albany Creek Wolter Park Map 108 Ref M16
Jacaranda Drive Albany Creek
South Pine Sporting Complex Map 108 Ref G11
South Pine Road Brendale
Annerley Elder Oval Map 180 Ref E8
Cnr Ridge Street & Barnsdale Place Greenslopes
Annerley Juniors Thompson Estate Reserve Map 180 Ref E7
98 Victoria Terrace Greenslopes
Bardon Latrobe Bowman Park Map 158 Ref L6
David Avenue Bardon
Bayside United Don Randall Oval Map 163 Ref P12
34 Andrew Street Lota
Beenleigh Chris Green Park Map 264 Ref A17
Cnr Logan & Boundary Streets Beenleigh
Bethania Rams Opperman Park Map 262 Ref P5
Federation Drive Bethania
Brisbane Athletic Pinkenba Reserve Map 142 Ref F7
Football Club Main Myrtletown Road Pinkenba
Brighton Districts Wakefield Park Map 100 Ref H17
Wickham Street Brighton
Brisbane City Spencer Park Map 139 Ref I18
42 Newbery Street Newmarket
Brisbane Force C J Greenfield Reserve Map 198 Ref E20
315 Freeman Road Richlands
Brisbane Olympic Goodwin Park Map 179 Ref J8
Cansdale Street Yeronga
Brisbane Strikers Perry Park Map 140 Ref D19
95 Abbotsford Road Bowen Hills
North Star O’Callaghan Park Map 120 Ref D3
Jennings Street Zillmere
Brisbane Wolves Carmichael Park Map 162 Ref E10
175 Boundary Street Tingalpa
Capalaba John Fredericks Park Map 184 Ref B14
Old Cleveland Park Capalaba
Centenary Stormers Atthows Park Map 197 Ref P11
Westcombe Street Darra
Clairvaux Clairvaux MacKillop College Map 201 Ref B18
Klumpp Road Upper Mt Gravatt
Colleges United Mount Crosby Showgrounds Map 194 Ref C2
Allawah Road Chuwar
Dayboro Dayboro Showgrounds Map 65 Ref Q14
Mt Mee Road Dayboro
Deception Bay Progress Park Map 79 Ref L3
35 Old Bay Road Deception Bay
Eastern Suburbs Health Park Map 24 Ref A10
48 Hilton Street East Brisbane
Grange Thistle Lanham Park Map 139 Ref M10
Prince Street Grange
Greenbank Barry White Field Map 278 Ref P2
Cnr Sheppard & Middle Roads Greenbank
Holland Park Whites Hill Reserve Map 181 Ref B8
Hawks Boundary Road Camp Hill
Ipswich City Sutton Park Map 212 Ref Q8
Cnr Workshops & Hunter Streets Brassall
Ipswich Knights Eric Evans Oval Map 214 Ref F14
254 Brisbane Road Bundamba
Stan McCrea Fields Map 214 Ref P11
Brisbane Road Ebbe Vale
Ipswich City Sutton Park Map 212 Ref Q8
Cnr Workshops & Hunter Streets Brassall
Ipswich Knights Eric Evans Oval Map 214 Ref F14
254 Brisbane Road Bundamba
Stan McCrea Fields Map 214 Ref P11
Brisbane Road Ebbe Vale
Jimboomba Kurrajong Park Map 302 Ref H19
94 Kurrajong Road Jimboomba
John Paul College Cec Munns Centre Map 242 Ref Q5
John Paul College Drive Daisy Hill
Kangaroo Point Raymond Park Map 23 Ref G12
Rovers Cnr Baines St & Wellington Rd Kangaroo Point
Kenmore Lions Cubberla Creek Reserve Map 178 Ref B11
38 Hepworth Street Chapel Hill
Kingsridge Gould Adams Park Map 242 Ref C17
Kingston Road Kingston
Logan City Kings Mark Mappas Oval Map 242 Ref K11
Meakin Park Soccer Drive Slacks Creek
Logan Village Big River Country Park Map 303 Ref K6
Steele Road Logan Village
Loganholme Cornubia Park Map 243 Ref P18
146 Bryants Road Loganholme
Mitchelton Teralba Park Map 138 Ref M3
Osborne Road Mitchelton
Moggill Football Bellbowrie Sports Club Map 196 Ref J13
Club Sugarwood Street Bellbowrie
Mooroondu William Taylor Sports Fields Map 164 Ref E19
Mooroondu Road Thornside
Mount Gravatt Dittmer Park Map 201 Ref C7
Hawks Klumpp Road Mt Gravatt
Narangba United Narangba Sporting Complex Map 67 Ref P19
Harris Avenue Narangba
Narangba Sports Reserve Map 77 Ref J7
Williamina Court Narangba
New Farm United New Farm Park Map 23 Ref P1
Cnr Sydney & Brunswick Streets New Farm
Newmarket McCook Park Map 139 Ref J17
Badger Street Newmarket
North Pine Bob Brock Park Map 88 Ref M6
Marsden Road Dakabin
Oxley United Dunlop Park Map 198 Ref N5
Oxley Road Corinda
Park Ridge Hubner Park Map 260 Ref L16
Hubner Road Park Ridge
Pine Hills James Drysdale Reserve Map 117 Ref Q11
Jinker Track Bunya
Pine Rivers Wendy Allison Park Map 98 Ref J15
Samsonvale Road Strathpine
Queensland Lions Darra Reserve Map 198 Ref B18
Archerfield Road Darra
Redcliffe PCYC Talobilla Park Map 81 Ref J20
Boardman Road Kippa Ring
Redlands United Cleveland Showgrounds Map 185 Ref M19
Waterloo Street Cleveland
Regents Park Hyde Park Map 240 Ref E20
Vansittart Road Regents Park
Ridge Hills Stanley Day Park Map 109 Ref K5
Grand Street Bald Hills
Rochedale Rovers Underwood Park Map 222 Ref Q9
Underwood Road Rochedale
Rocklea United Croatian Sports Centre Map 199 Ref F7
164 Dunn Road Rocklea
Samford Rangers Harold Brown Park Map 106 Ref G19
Richards Road Samford
Sandgate Saints Sandgate PCYC Map 110 Ref K5
106 Kempster Road Sandgate
Sheldon College Sheldon College Oval Map 204 Ref R17
Taylor Road (Enter via Gate 3) Sheldon
Slacks Creek Usher Park Map 243 Ref B8
Rose Street Daisy Hill
South United Wakerley Park Map 220 Ref R5
Cnr Dew Street & Nathan Road Runcorn
Southside Eagles Memorial Park Map 20 Ref D7
Oxford Street Bulimba
Taringa Rovers Jack Speare Park Map 178 Ref N5
Cnr Fairley St & Lambert Rd Indooroopilly
Tarragindi Tigers Esher Street Wellers Hill Map 180 Ref G13
Holland Park High Map 180 Ref M19
Bapaume Road Holland Park
Teviot Downs Sports Field Map 278 Ref E5
Argyle Road Greenbank
The Gap Pastime Walton Bridge Reserve Map 158 Ref B1
25 Glen Affric Street The Gap
The Lakes SC The Lakes College 2 College St North Lakes
Toowong Dunmore Park Map 159 Ref D13
CnrLang Pde & Roy Street Auchenflower
Toowoomba Raiders Clive Berghoffer Stadium
Men Cnr Mary & Arthur Streets Toowoomba
Women Willowburn Soccer Grounds Myall Street Toowoomba
University of Qld Oval 3 Uni Campus Map 351 Ref L7
Sir William Macgregor Drive St Lucia
Virginia United Albert Bishop Park Map 141 Ref A3
574Nudgee Road Toombul
Western Spirit Kippen Park Map 216 Ref Q15
Enid Street Goodna
Camira Recreation Reserve Map 237 G 6
Dale Road Camira
Westside Sports Grovely Sports Ground Map 138 Ref D2
Hanran Street Grovely