Jimboomba United report

The junior divisional teams from the Jimboomba United Football Club, competing in the Football Brisbane competition, returned some strong results across the weekend. 

The reaction from everyone at the club was that the results were pleasing and authenticated the representation that the club’s committee, coaches and managers, parents and players positioned the club as a real force and a standout in the Football Brisbane competition. 

As the season nears its completion with just two competition rounds to go, and moving into the semi-finals stage, JUFC will be well represented and has a number of teams capable of making it thorugh to this year’s grand finals. The two under 12s teams in divisions 4 and 6 both had wins.  

The division 4 team beat Brisbane Knights at Rocklea 4-1, while the division 6 team were at Bulimba beating Southside Eagles 2-1. 

As this was going on, the under 13s division 3 team travelled to Cleveland to take on Redlands, storming home for a 7-4 win. Jay Moseley, Caleb Redway and Rhys Comerford all scored goals. 

On Sunday, the under 14s division 4 travelled to Oxley and left with a 3-nil win, confirming a semi-finals position.

The under 15s division 3 were over at Capalaba at the same time, finishing off a 10-2 hiding of the Capalaba Bulldogs. 

This win also confirms a semi-final appearance for the under 15s who will finish on top of the ladder.  

The under 16s division 2 girls’ team were unlucky, going down 6-2 at Kurrajong Park to Albany Creek, in one of those games where the score, which included two late goals, did not reflect the run of the game. 

Over at Samford, the under 16 division 1 boys, in a very strong competition, had a 2-nil loss against the Samford Rangers.