Whitsunday Miners FC

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Whitsunday Miners F.C.
Whitsunday miners.jpg
Full name Whitsunday Miners Football Club
Founded 2008
Ground Stadium Mackay
Ground Capacity 12,200
Owner Bernadette Moloney
Chairman Unknown
Senior Men's
Graham Harvey
League Queensland State League
QSL 2011 3rd

Whitsunday Miners Football Club were an Australian association football club based in Mackay, Queensland. They played in the Queensland State League and were founded in 2008.


Since being founded in 2008, the Whitsunday Miners have played in the Queensland State League, although success hasn't been strong for them, having two shaky seasons since their foundation. In the 2008 QSL competition, The Miners finished 9th out of 10 teams, finishing one point behind Logan United and just above Bundaberg Spirit.[1] In the 2009 season they once more failed to make an impact on a longer season, finishing 10th out of 11, with Bundaberg Spirit finishing below them once more.

In the 2011 QSL season, the Miners have progressed to Round 2 of the QSL Finals after finishing third overall behind Sunshine Coast and Brisbane Strikers. The Whitsunday Miners knocked out Gold Coast Stars in 3–1 win at the new Mackay Stadium and now look to the Far North Queensland Bulls to play for a spot in the final.[2]

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Northern Ireland GK Aodhan Campbell
2 England DF Matt Oldring
3 South Africa DF Kyle McBurney
4 Australia DF Corey Hooper
5 England DF Michael Leslie
8 Australia MF Tim Curtain
9 Australia DF Brett Neeve
10 England MF Bill Puckett
11 Australia FW Mick Van Moolenbrock
No. Position Player
12 Australia MF Warrick Jansen
13 Australia MF Matthew Zappone
14 England FW Harry Pagan
15 England MF Clark Bradford
16 Australia FW Joseph Civello
17 England DF Dean Faithfull
18 France FW Arnold Mouako
19 Australia MF Josh Drinkwater
20 Australia GK Robbie McGill


  1. ^ "Miners End Season with a Loss". Queensland State League. Retrieved 11 June 2010. 
  2. ^ "Mundy named as Miners' best". Queensland State League. Retrieved 11 June 2010. 

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