Sport

Try out for region's APL club

WESTERN Pride Football Club is holding trials across a number of age groups next month.

The trials at Grammar Arms Park, Brassall, are to choose teams for next season's Australian Premier League state competition.

The trials on Sundays November 4, 11, 18 and 25 are:

  • Boys U12 and U13 - 9am-10.30am.
  • Boys U14, U15 and U16: 11am-12.30pm.
  • Girls U13,U14, U15 and U18: 1pm-2.30pm.

Grammar Arms Park is on Pearse Drive at Brassall.

Players are asked to bring boots, shin pads and a water bottle.

Trials for under-18 male youth and senior men's teams will be announced shortly.

Registration to play is compulsory.

For more information or to register your child please contact Western Pride FC secretary Wendy Spencer at footballipswich@gmail.com.

Topics:  australian premier league, ipswich junior sport, western pride football club




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