Capricorn Coast Brothers under-13s who won their grand final last year
Capricorn Coast Brothers under-13s who won their grand final last year Contributed

Capricorn Coast Brothers looking forward to 2013 season

CAPRICORN Coast Brothers Rugby League Club is already looking towards its 2013 season after another busy but rewarding year for both Mini Mod and International teams alike.

The club is excited to welcome new president and familiar name to rugby league circles, Michael Busby.

"I am very excited to be able to lead this young and growing club," Mr Busby said.

He said Cap Coast Brothers continued to be about developing kids both on and off the field, and providing a set of values that demonstrated sport was about enjoying yourself with your mates.

"We are also teaching them about having a healthy respect for officials, parents and the opposition," Mr Busby said.

Vacancies are still available in under-13 to under-16 International teams with games starting early February.

Capricorn Coast Brothers has gone from strength to strength since its inception six years ago, with its first ever under-16 team running on the field this year.

"In the first year of playing as a club, 70% of the children in the under-six to under-10 teams had never played rugby league before," Mr Busby said.

A demand for the sport on the Capricorn Coast saw the formation of the club in 2006, with extensive consultation with Yeppoon Seagulls.

Training will start very soon. Inquiries to the club's Sarah Cooling, on phone 0407601709.



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