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Last updated 21 Apr 2024
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  1. April 2024

    1. Mon 22

      Skills Training with Stitch
      Open to Under 11 and Under 13 players

      5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
    2. Wed 24

      miniRoos Under 9, Under 11 and Under 12 Training

      4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
    3. Wed 24

      miniRoos Under 6, Under 7 and Under 8 training

      4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    4. Wed 24

      Under 13 Junior Squad Training

      5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
    5. Mon 29

      Skills Training with Stitch
      Open to Under 11 and Under 13 players

      5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
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Junior Competitive - U13 and up

From the age of 13, teams compete in a ladder based competition where scores are kept, scorers are noted and offside rule starts to make an appearance. Also appearing are the dreaded yellow and red cards!

Fixtures formally become competitive from U13+. Football Queensland requires all clubs to nominate their Junior Competitive teams into divisions according to ability. Where there are more than two teams entered into the same age competition (U13 and above), Football Queensland requires all clubs to organise their age grouped teams into different divisions. 

Our MiniRoos and junior competitive teams are mixed gender. With the continuing success of the Matildas and an ever-increasing number of girls registering to play football, Dayboro Dingoes will offer all-girl teams where numbers permit.

These age groups play in Football Queensland's administered competitions. Teams play home and away. Depending on age group and ability, travel times can be up to 1.5 hours.

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Grading Process / Trials

Assessment and grading of team ability is based on performance at trial sessions held by Football Queensland.

Finalised squads will usually to be announced between December and February and when registration numbers are sufficient.

We pride ourselves on being a family based and run Club, that values every member and player for their own personal ability and love of the game.

Once graded, teams of similar ability will generally be placed in the same divisons. The overriding intention of grading is to place teams into divisions of a similar skill level and to enter each team in a division of the competition that is appropriate to their skill level.Placement in the right division is far more important than getting in the top division.

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