Fines for Dissent

In an effort to curb player abuse towards referees, from this weekend’s games (28/4/17) ALL Mudgeeraba players who are given a card for dissent (Y2 or R6) will have to pay the associated fine before they will be able to play the next game.

Once the club has received notification of the fine, the player and coach/manager will be informed and the player will be given an invoice for payment. Until the fine is paid the player will be suspended.

Mudgeeraba Soccer Club is supporting Football Gold Coast, Football Queensland and FFA in their Zero Tolerance towards abuse of referees by players and officials.

Uniform Shop Open Tonight

Sam will be in the uniform shop from 5.30pm tonight( Monday 24th April).

If you are unable to make it to the uniform shop today or on the usually opening days (Tuesdays and Thursdays), you can always email Sam (info@mudgeerabasoccer.com) with your requests and she will make arrangements with you.

The order of jackets and hoodies has been held up due to the public holidays. Our supplier has insured us that the order will arrive this week.

 

 

Goalkeeper Training: A Woefully Under Utilised Club Resource

We would like to reminded all Mudgeeraba Soccer Club coaches and goalkeepers of our free goalkeeper training nights. This valuable training session is essential for all goalkeepers, to help hone their skills and develop better game awareness.

Our goalkeeper coach, Brett, is a qualified coach with years of experience  with junior and senior football.

Please don’t let this opportunity go to waste.

Training is held at the Main Clubhouse on the days below:-

Monday’s
Under 10/11 – 5pm to 6.15pm
Under 12/13 – 6.30pm to 7.30pm

Wednesday’s
Under 14/15/16 – 6pm to 7.30pm

 

Bridge to Tamborine Mountain Closed

From Tamborine Mountain Soccer Club:-

The John Muntz Causeway is once again causing headaches due to its closure for major repair. I have attached alternative routes to the mountain for the northern M1 / Helensvale traffic who would normally use the Causeway.

Of course the other TM access roads are open, via Mystery Rd, Henri Robert Dr (Nerang), the Goat Track (Canungra) and Geissmann Drive / TM Rd (Tamborine Village).

Via back of Pacific Pines (Maudsland Rd – Birds Rd – Kriedeman Rd – Tamborine-Oxenford Rd)

Via Reserve Rd (Oxenford – Upper Coomera)

Junior Competition Restructure

FROM FOOTBALL GOLD COAST

Due to the adverse weather resulting in a large backlog of junior fixtures, it has been determined that the Lightning Premiership in 2017 will be abolished.Therefore, the following restructure has been implemented accordingly;

U12’s
JPL; Division 2
Competition to commence with one (1) full round between all teams. After Round 1, FGC will divide division into Group A and Group B. Points and Goals will be kept from games played against teams in your final division when crossing over. Trophies and medals for both division winners.
Division 1; Division 3– Teams to play each other twice (2) throughout the season.

U13’s
JPL; Division 1; Division 2; Division 3– Teams to play each other twice (2)

U14’S
JPL; Division 1; Division 2– Teams to play each other twice (2)

U15’S
JPL; Division 2– Teams to play each other three (3) times.
Division 1– Teams to play each other two (2) times.
Division 3– Teams to play each other four (4) times.

U16’S
JPL; Division 1– Teams to play each other three (3) times.

U18’S
JPL– Teams to play each other three (3) times.
Division 1– Teams to play each other two (2) times.

Girls
All girls divisions in all age groups remain unchanged.

Please Note:
– All divisions throughout junior competitions remain unchanged.
– In all age groups and divisions that will not be split, Football Gold Coast will monitor the progress of all
competitions for the first four (4) weeks and at its discretion will make changes if deemed appropriate
– As per CMC Rule 7.4.3a, any division that consists of six (6) or less teams will be a three (3) team final
series
– For all age groups and divisions the existing draw will remain in place with Round 2 of the competition
commencing on Friday 21st April and Saturday 22nd April.
– Any Round 1 fixtures that have not been played will be rescheduled by Football Gold Coast in consultation with the participating clubs.
– In order to complete the competition on time, in some divisions (and age groups) there will be a requirement to play some midweek and/or Sunday fixtures.

MiniRoos
MiniRoos competitions will continue as per existing draw with Round 2 commencing on Saturday 22nd April.

Fun, Family and Soccer Finesse

 
5/4/17 - All Fields OPEN