IPSWICH Knights president Troy Beahan is keen to see how next year's revamped Football Queensland model helps regional clubs in future.
WESTERN Pride general manager Pat Boyle has welcomed the elite two-tiered Football Queensland competition unveiled to improve the game.
VALUABLE Swifts recruit Selena Tainton celebrated her two-goal haul and latest team victory with some post game birthday cake.
AFTER being 2-0 up, the Ipswich Knights could easily have been another two goals in front.
Force's second assistant coach provides a valuable set of eyes preparing for and during matches, and at training sessions.
IPSWICH Eagles newcomer Joel Richardson came out of retirement to help the junior players at his new club.
WHENEVER Western Pride plays, you can always count on plenty of football drama and last ditch excitement.
WHILE some of his players helped out a Lockyer Valley side and others rested during a weekend off, Kym Mansell was doing what he does best.
AS he awaits another A-League opportunity, Harry Sawyer is happy to be back at Western Pride.
David, known as "Lemsy" around Ipswich, has been with the QT since 1984. He has been sports editor for more than two decades and has won numerous awards for his sports writing, including being named APN Journalist of the Year and Sports Editor of the Year. Away from work, he enjoys fishing, spending time with his family and watching sport.