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FQPL2 Round 4 vs Taringa Rovers | Match Report & Video Highlights

To the North Star Supporters,

A heartbreaking way to end our winning streak, but that’s football. Thank you all for your support and encouragement this week. The mood around the club has been great and I’ve never felt more part of the team. Your words of positivity are really nice to hear and the lads are proud to represent you all.

As for the game itself, not our night. It’s a tough pill to swallow when a referee costs you a game, but mistakes happen. It’s disappointing that an offside player could go down and be awarded a penalty, as I felt the lads deserved at least a point. I won’t focus on this, but will instead highlight the good.

Firstly 4 players went against Physio advice to play for the team, with at least 2 more who carried knocks as well. I’m by no means advising players to ignore medical advice, but the heart they showed, knowing how short handed we were to give their bodies for the team shows a real togetherness. To those players, thank you for putting the team first. You’re more appreciated than you know.

During the game we did a lot right. Jack Gibson on his full debut completely neutralized their danger man in midfield. It was no easy task and he worked tirelessly to make it happen. Taringa have in the region of 7-8 goals from crosses already this season and Rhys West and Cheyne Moodley at fullback were exceptional at stopping that threat. Their striker had 7 goals coming into this game and Nathan Baker and Aiden Cathcart restricted him to one shot in the first half and his goal came from the dubious penalty. They are the first pairing to stop him scoring in open play this season. Well done lads.

We also had to bring in a loan goalkeeper with no training with us previously. Ryan had worked with me last season at Moreton Bay and I knew he’d deliver, but he even surpassed my expectations making several key saves and adding a positive voice to the team. Making your first team debut is a daunting task, doing it at a club you’ve never been to is a crazy turn of events. He did both clubs proud.

From here we get some much needed rest for the players carrying injuries and regroup before the big game against Caboolture. They are going to be difficult for any team in FQPL2 to stop this season and are looking like champions already. I’d like to think we have as much chance as anyone of talking the fight to them and I’d love to have a full house to get behind the lads as we try. With the 40th anniversary of our 1980 premiers also being held that day, there has never been a better time to come and show your support. I’d like to ask everyone involved with the club to come down and make more noise than the club has heard before. There has not been a bigger game yet for this team and we need every advantage we can muster. You can be the difference. See you all on the 1st of May.


Lee Cunningham.

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Coach Education a Huge Success at North Star FC !

North Star FC Coach Education is in full swing.  This past weekend, 27 of our coaches attended the Football Queensland Miniroos and Game Training courses which is really positive for the Club.

Coach Education is the key to our players having fun and developing as footballers. We will continue to educate our coaches to empower them with more football knowledge.

On behalf of North Star FC, I wish to thank Jason Powell from Football Queensland who facilitated these courses for us.  

From a Club perspective, we are very pleased with and grateful to our coaches for giving up their time to attend these courses.  As Technical Director, I will provide follow up support to our coaches with pre planned sessions and in-house coach education.

On Sunday 18th April we will be holding a Skills Training Course at North Star, for U9 to U12 coaches.  Once the details are finalised and placed onto the FQ website, I will forward the information to our coaches.

Gordon Tulloch  |  North Star FC Technical Director

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Welcome Gordon Tulloch as 2021 Technical Director

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North Star FC would like to welcome Gordon Tulloch to the Club as the 2021 Technical Director.

Gordon comes to us with over 33 years of football coaching experience

His achievements over the years have included:

- Seeing the success of several players he has coached representing Queensland State Teams, QAS, NPL, A-League, Australian National Teams and signing International Contracts.

- Coaching several teams that have gone on to win their respective Leagues and Grand finals.

Gordon has travelled throughout the football world, where he has met and learnt from the world’s leading football coach educators in the UK, Spain, Germany and Belgium.

We are looking forward to working with Gordon in the upcoming season and learning from his vast experience and knowledge!

Welcome Lee Cunningham - 2021 FQPL2 First Team Coach

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We would like to welcome Lee Cunningham to our Club!

Lee joins us as an experienced coach of many years and will be our FQPL2 First Team Coach for the 2021 season.  He has successfully led several of his teams to being both league and grand final winners; and has even seen one of his players go on to play for the Central Coast Mariners.  He has a keen focus on possession-based football and goal scoring.  We are looking forward to seeing what Lee can do for our inaugural FQPL2 first team.  

Welcome to North Star, Lee!

Welcome John McKinnon - U23 FQPL2 Coach!

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We would like to welcome John McKinnon - AFA C License - to our Club. John joins us as our U23 FQPL2 Coach for the 2021 season. Joining our Senior Coaching team, John comes with a wealth of football experience and will be a familiar face to a number of people at North Star FC, in particular, the majority of our U23s who have played under John - at an elite NPL level - in the past.
In addition, Lee Cunningham (First Team Coach) and Gordon Tulloch (Club Technical Director) have both worked with John previously and are very pleased to have him onboard for 2021.
Welcome John!

FQPL2 License Awarded to North Star FC

QPL License Announced

Today we move to the next stage of our proud Club's history.

Our men's top teams are moving up to the Football Queensland Premier League 2 (FQPL2).

This will allow us to showcase our talent on the big stage and launch a real shot at competing in the National Premier League (NPL) in the future.

Thank you to our great local football community and to Football Queensland for this opportunity.

Congratulations also to the other seven clubs granted a license.

Bring on 2021!


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One of our big ones is to improve our facilities and this is where you can help.

In partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation, we have set up a 

Tax Deductible Club Development Fund.


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