4:20pm, Tuesday 21 May 2019
In support of NAIDOC week (7th - 14th July) the club will be wearing an Indigenous playing shirt which has been designed specifically for our club.
The story behind the design;
Mt Gravatt (Kaggur Madul – ‘Echidna Mountain’) is situated on the land of the Yugarabul, Yuggera, Jagera and Turrbal peoples and is known for its echidna quills, used in sewing cloaks.
It is a massive resource zone for Ironbark and Blue gum used to make canoes.
Mt Gravatt/ Nathan has marked ceremonial/ dance/ burial sites for the indigenous community.
By using some of the Blue Gum and Hunting or Dance sites as inspiration, the shirt design incorporates indigenous images of Echidna foot prints diagonally across the shirt with a large echidna on the front of the shirt.
The shirt is available for purchase via our new online Merchandise Store for $30.00 and we would love to see everyone wearing one.
Orders are being taken now. Get yours here!
7:49am, Tuesday 23 April 2019
Suncorp Stadium here we come!
9:00am, Saturday 20 April 2019
Clairvaux FC would like to thank the Queensland State Government and in particular our local Member for Mansfield Corrine McMillan for their continued support of our club.
The club has received a cheque for $11,220.00 which will be used to purchase a new set of senior portable aluminium goals for the main playing field as well as two sets of junior portable aluminium goals to be used on the bottom fields for our under 10/11/12 teams.
Work to returf and replace the sprinkler system on the main field will commence in September which is all part of our 5 year strategic plan for the club.
The committee is continuing to work hard to make further improvements to our facilities and there is more exciting news to come. Stay tuned....
3:51pm, Thursday 18 April 2019
Grassroots Football at its best!
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