Return to training

Some ACE teams are back training this week and many more will follow very soon. Meetings will be held with all team managers as they return to go through the strict rules which, as individuals, teams and a club, we must currently follow. To help you prepare for the possibility that these remain in place…

Ready to restart

We are delighted to say preparations are now under way to restart the 2020 season at ACE. The club committee met last night to discuss the Return to Training Guidelines issued by Football Queensland. These must be followed by players, coaches, parents and volunteers at clubs to ensure the safety of all involved. All coaches…

Lighter and brighter

WOLTER Park will be lighter and brighter when we return to training and matches. Four new floodlight towers have been installed over the last month thanks to a $211,000 grant which Moreton Bay United secured from Sports Australia.Moreton Bay United treasurer Tony Dooley said the funding was a participation grant and the new lights would…

Game plan

Captain Ryan Shaughnessy, pictured last season, says ACE just need to focus on their ‘own game’ in tomorrow night’s Premier League derby clash with Caboolture. It follows Saturday’s dramatic 3-3 draw with St George Willawong at Wolter Park – a result which raised some eyebrows. One point gained or two points dropped? “At home ……

Looking forward ….

With two late signings, ACE Women’s coach Jamie Sanckson is a happy man on the eve of the Capital League 1 season. His squad has strengthened – Chloe Globke and former SWQ Thunder and Samford keeper Jess Broadfoot (pictured with the coach) being the latest to sign. Pre-season form has been good, but on Friday…

Caitlin’s aim

Caitlin Watts, pictured above with women’s coach Jamie Sanckson, needed little persuasion to sign or ACE. “I was going to have a year off,” Caitlin said, “then Jamie approached me and I decided to come over. I thought why not have another year.” The central defender was with The Lakes last season when they won…

Good to be back

Doug Brown, pictured, has played in the top three tiers of Queensland football, but says he “loves being back here”. The 23 year old has returned to ACE for this year’s quest to win the Brisbane Premier League for a third successive season. Doug quickly made his mark, scoring during ACE’s 5-1 pre-season victory against…