July 2016 Update

3 months into the season and I could not be prouder to call myself a Redback. The State Women’s team have faced some very challenging opposition, as well as unprovoked off-field incidents, that have shown great character under great pressure. I can see this team going from strength to strength and am extremely delighted with their determination.

The State Men’s Reserves are undefeated this season and the Seniors have only lost 1 match but still remain first, which is a phenomenal effort. 14 matches into the season the Seniors sit top of the ladder with 6 games to go. Top 2 positions secure the only automatic promotion spots in State 5 Seniors league, so it’s all still to play for.

The Futsal State 2 team have won 7 out of their 11 matches this season and are sitting in 2nd place. The competition is fierce and fast paced, but thanks to the fortitude of the Futsal team they have made a real impact in their first season together. Well done.

The Metros are putting in great efforts week-in, week-out which has resulted in certain players receiving call-ups into the State 5 teams. This is extremely important as it maintains an effective system for our talent pool to gain access to high levels of football, whilst ensuring our State teams can continue their run for promotion.

Having a crowd at matches makes all the difference. We’ve seen it a few times this year and the players really feel the energy and support from the crowd. Come and support our State Teams as they vow to push for the win every week.

El Presidente,
Jesse Mullins

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