CQFC Academy Trials

Duration

3 weeks commencing 25th November 2013. Trials for U12, U13, U14, U15 & U16 Boys, U13, U15 & U17 Girls.

When

5.30PM – 7PM, Tuesdays.

Where

Rugby Park, Normanby Street, Rockhampton.

Please email to confirm your attendance: office@cqfc.com.au

Project 24 – Kickstart CQ

kickstart_cq_projectKickStartCQ and Rockhampton Regional Council are pleased to present Project 24.

Project 24 is a FREE no nonsense introductory health and fitness program designed to provide the building blocks for physical activity in your 24. The FREE program will run for eight weeks from 3 March 2014.

Registration is essential.

For more information or to register call 4936 8023 or visit http://kickstartcq.com.au/project-24.html

CQ Energy goalkeeper goes into game with God on his side

CQFC goalkeeper and St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church assistant pastor Andrew Poyser with his daughters Abby, 5, and Charlotte, 7, at the church. He’s in goal for CQFC on Saturday night in their friendly against Southside United. Chris Ison

CQFC goalkeeper and St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church assistant pastor Andrew Poyser with his daughters Abby, 5, and Charlotte, 7, at the church. He’s in goal for CQFC on Saturday night in their friendly against Southside United.
Chris Ison

CQFC Energy is in God’s hands in 2014. Central Queensland Football Club goalkeeper Andrew Poyser spends his weeks as an assistant pastor to St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church’s pastor Mike O’Connor.

Poyser lines up in goal on Saturday night for CQFC’s penultimate pre-season friendly against Southside United at Jardine Park.

The 34-year-old, who grew up in Mackay, spent time playing in Brisbane, the UK and Sydney before moving north to Rockhampton in 2011.

These days he spreads the Lord’s word through St Andrew’s and Rocky PC in a manner that is easily understood.

Read more at The Observer »

Marco discovering patience in playing for keeps at Energy

CQFC Energy recruit Marko Radovanovic is ready to take the the field on Saturday in a pre-season game againt Clinton. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

CQFC Energy recruit Marko Radovanovic is ready to take the the field on Saturday in a pre-season game againt Clinton.
Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

MARCO Radovanovic didn’t feature in Central Queensland Football Club’s 3-0 win over Southside United on Saturday night.

Not that he’s too worried as long as his side keeps on winning.

Instead, Radovanovic turned out for CQFC Energy’s under-21 team in their 5-1 win over a Southside United second team while Energy coach Ray Wood’s No.1 goalkeeper and club vice-captain Andrew Poyser kept a clean sheet.

The performance, which featured a spectacular penalty goal save by Poyser, handed Wood his eighth win of the Energy’s pre-season campaign a fortnight out from their National Premier League season-opener against South West Queensland Thunder.

Read more at CQ News »

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