Collingwood Park Australian Football Club

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Collingwood Park Power
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Names
Full name Collingwood Park Australian Football Club
Club details
Founded 1985
Colours      Black      Teal and      White
Competition Queensland Australian Football League
President Phil Coombs
Coach Rex Watts
Ground(s) Moreton Avenue Redbank Plains QLD 4301
Other information
Official website Collingwood Park AFC website

Overview[edit]

Collingwood Park Power Australian Football Club (nicknamed "The Power") is a Redbank Plains based club competing in the AFL Queensland and AFL Brisbane Juniors[1] [Australian rules football] competition.[2]

The Junior teams participate in the AFL Brisbane Juniors competition and caters for boys and girls up to Under 16's, including the Auskick program for skills development of our younger players.[3]

The Senior team (established in 2009) competes in the South East Queensland AFL: QAFA B Central competition[4]

Origins[edit]

Collingwood Park Power was established in the mid 1980s as the Moreton-Ipswich Gazelles JAFC Inc, and boasts a proud history of several finals appearances, grand finals wins and several local and state representative players.

During 1999, the club became formally known as registered under its new name Collingwood Park Power JAFC and gained permission to wear the Port Adelaide pre season Competition jumper.

In 2007 the club changed its name to Collingwood Park Power Australian Football Club. And in 2010 "The Power" had kicked off their inaugural senior's campaign.

The power take much pride in their new clubhouse facility built by the Ipswich City Council in 2013.

Life Members[edit]

There are currently four (4) life members of the club: Phil Grieger (dec.), Rex Watts, Bert Fahey, Phil Coombs

External links[edit]

Cited references[edit]

  1. ^ "aflbj.com". aflbj.com. Retrieved 2016-10-31. 
  2. ^ "Home - AFL Queensland". Aflq.com.au. Retrieved 2016-10-31. 
  3. ^ "Collingwood Park Power JAFC - Collingwood Park JAFC - SportsTG". Sportingpulse.com. Retrieved 2016-10-31. 
  4. ^ Collingwood Park AFC website