Sunshine Coast Football Club – Breaking News Today

Sunshine Coast Football Club – Breaking News Today

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The Sunshine Coast Football Club is a rugby league team that competes in the Queensland Cup, the state’s premier competition. The team is currently the feeder club for the Christchurch Storm RL. The Sunshine Coast FC has been a professional team since 2007, and was formerly known as the Brisbane Roar. In 2009, the club signed a feeder club deal with the Manly Sea Eagles. It played under the name Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles for five years before reverting to its original name.

The Sunshine Coast FC play their home games at the Sunshine Coast Stadium, where they are nominally based. In their home games, they have been victorious in three and lost one, earning a total of five points. They have also played at the Kawana Sports Western Precinct on three occasions this season. In those three games, they have won twice and lost once, and have recorded one draw. The only defeat at Western Fields came in Round 10 against Olympic.

The Sunshine Coast FC was founded by Noel Woodall in 2007 and competed in the inaugural Queensland State League season. This league was designed to bridge the gap between the A-League and the regional leagues. They won the inaugural NPL Grand Final, and were relegated to the Premier League in 2009. The team is now led by Scottish-born Gareth Thomson, who had previously managed the club’s junior teams.

The Falcons have a strong defensive record and could break the 20-year-old Redcliffe Dolphins’ record if they win their final game at Dolphin Oval next Sunday. Their season started with turmoil, but they have since recovered to take the competition by storm. During this period, the Sunshine Coast FC will rest and prepare for the next round of matches. They face Central Queensland, the Maroochydore/Coolum Swans and the Kawana Dolphins.

Overall, Sunshine Coast have an average form in the Queensland Premier League. They have three wins, two draws, and four defeats, placing them eighth out of 11 teams. The team has average home and away form, scoring 16 goals while conceding 18 goals. With this average, the team can expect to win the QPL title in 2019.

The Sunshine Coast clinched top spot in the QSL with a 6-1 win over Bundaberg Spirit. Shaun Blackman scored four goals and became the first player in QSL history to score four goals in a single game. He also became joint-first in the Golden Boot standings after scoring seven goals. Another goal in Round 4 came from Kema Jack’s debut, while Lindsay Henderson scored the other goal for the Sunshine Coast. The Bundaberg Spirit were denied a win as Laurie Stephenson got the consolation goal.


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