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Feb 042016

Carindale CougarsThe Carindale Cougars Junior Australian Football Club has bolstered their support stocks with two new local sponsors secured before player sign on this weekend.


The new sponsors in Harvey Norman Carindale and Hog’s Breath Café Carindale have allowed the family oriented club to invest in all new gear for their playing group of 5-to-11-year-old boys and girls, with the fresh designs to be unveiled in the coming weeks.

Hogs Breath CafeHarvey Norman

“This year is already shaping up to be a great season,” said Cougars club President Alistar Moir, who has been involved with the club for the best part of a decade, his three sons proudly donning the blue, white and gold.

“Sign on is this weekend February 6 & 7 and we would like to see all our new and current players, especially the Under 6s, come and have a kick on the field.

The Cougars have had an exciting few years, with Matthew Hammelmann becoming the club’s first former player to join the ranks of the AFL’s elite at the Brisbane Lions since the junior club’s establishment in 1994.

Sign on for all children age groups Under 6 to Under 11 this weekend February 6 & 7. Belmont State School Bottom Oval, corner Scrub Rd & Bridgnorth St, Carindale.

Bryce is a lifelong Carindale resident and a QUT Journalism & Law student writing for Carindale Connect. Bryce loves sport! He played Australian football for the Carindale Cougars in primary school and for five years also worked as an umpire there. He has played for the Coorparoo Juniors and is now playing for the senior club, the Coorparoo Kings.
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