Here’s the draw for junior fixtures for the weekend of July 6-7.
Please note: This weekend marks the last of the preliminary rounds for 9th to 13th/14th grades.
During the school holidays, WaiBOP Football will complete the re-grading for the upcoming championship round of games. The championship round consists of groups of four teams, who play each other home and away (six games each).
At present, we’re not sure when WaiBOP will release the championship draws but please check this website as we’ll post the fixtures as soon as we can. You can also check the WaiBOP website.
After the school holidays, the first full weekend of junior football is Saturday July 27 except for our U-12 Federation J-League team who have a game on Sunday July 21.
Please check this page every week for updated draws during the season.
To check for any late changes to the draws, go to Fixtures in our menu and follow the links to the WaiBOP Federation website.
Players in our First Kicks programme (ages 4-5) have their session at 9am on Saturdays.
Photo of the Month Competition
We’re running our annual Annette Breen Photo of the Month competition, giving supporters the chance to win prizes for photographing our players in two categories – Fun and Frantic Action.
Volunteers needed to help run junior shop
Can you help with an hour or two of your time? We need volunteers to help run our junior shop on Saturday mornings.
Don’t forget to bring your gold coins (or even a stray $5 note) to enter our weekly raffle in which you can a voucher to enjoy at Onyx Cambridge.
Here’s our guide to our junior pitches which are located at the northern end of Vogel St:
Reminder to visitors
John Kerkhof Park is smoke-free and Waipa District Council bylaws forbid dog owners from taking their pets to the park.
We have grassed car parks beside our senior and junior fields. Please avoid using them if heavy rain has left them muddy.
Please be aware of the development taking place opposite our grounds in Vogel St. Contractors are likely to be moving heavy vehicles to and from the site and we ask our visitors to be careful when parking on the street or crossing the road to our club.