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Passing of a Dennis (DJ) Hall

It is with much sadness that I inform our football community of the news of the passing of one of our club’s identities, Dennis Hall, also known as DJ.

DJ was the husband of Steph and brother in law to Nat both members of our Women’s teams. DJ passed after a courageous fight with cancer. 

DJ had been in Philadelphia, USA for treatment of leukemia. On behalf of the club I want to pass on our heartfelt sympathies to Steph, Nat, DJ’s family and our Senior Women’s teams as they all come to terms with this terrible news. We stand with you.

Mike Price

If you can spare a small amount of money to help DJ be repatriated to Australia please visit mycause here

End of Year Celebrations and Awards Night

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Backyard Cinema

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President's Introduction

Players Members and Supporters,

It is with mixed feelings that I introduce myself to you as the new President of OUR CLUB. It may seem unusual to some that I express mixed feelings at the beginning of my tenure and I hope after reading this you will gain a better understanding of why I feel this way.
As you are no doubt aware John Easley recently resigned as President and his decision has had a marked effect on OUR CLUB. His leaving the role has created an enormous vacuum to fill, John’s omnipresence as President will be very sorely missed.  During his past 30 odd years with the club he has been instrumental in creating major positive change. Our facilities have markedly improved from being known as the “Field near the Dump” to a showpiece of a modern Australian football club and the Python’s football complex has become the envy of other clubs and the example to follow. Facilities aside, John’s most impressive contribution is the hundreds, if not thousands, of people he has gifted the joy of football to. His dedication and commitment has earned him the title as “Mr Pine Hills”.
John’s story is not complete without mention of his wife Trish who will also leave the club in an official capacity, as the Canteen Convenor, at the end of season, and after supporting OUR CLUB alongside Mr Pine Hills.  We thank Trish and the Easley family for lending us John but also for Trish’s own personal contribution. Trish, we thank you for giving such solid service to us in so many ways.
The great news is that John is only leaving on an ex-officio basis and will continue to come down to “His” club as the Python Blood still runs thickly in his veins. If you do see either John or Trish can you please take the time to thank both “Mr and Mrs Pine Hills” for their outstanding service.
As mentioned earlier, my mixed feelings range from the sadness of John’s leaving the presidency and the trepidation I have in filling such big shoes, to excitement as to the growth and opportunity that lays ahead for our club. 
Our Technical Director, Will and his deputy Luca are continuing to weave their magic and are excited and committed to continue towards the end of season. I am very pleased to announce both Will and Luca are continuing with us next year. Part of my induction, as President, is to continue to meet with Will to confirm and help shape the vision for the future of Pythons’ football and along with the Pine Hills Leadership team provide him support, wherever possible. Thanks to both Will and Luca and all our coaches and managers on your efforts so far this year.
To continue OUR CLUB’s success, I intend to reinvigorate an axiom that I use in parts of my life, to promote a culture of P.R.I.D.E. within our Python family. It’s a simple acronym and I’ll expand on it further in future newsletters, in the meantime please take the time to reflect on the below and how you can put it to use in OUR CLUB.
P is for Passion;  R is for Respect;  I is for Integrity;  D is for Drive;  E is for Energy
Every aspect of Pythons PRIDE is an important and vital aspect of every club members’ experience at OUR CLUB. Join me any time in demonstrating to the football and local community what it takes to have Pythons’ PRIDE.
You may notice that in the above I have capitalised the words OUR CLUB. I have done this to highlight the wonderful opportunity we have inherited from the hard work, dedication and intentions of our current and former members. It’s that opportunity that exists right now, an opportunity to shape our club to make it the best for all of our players, members and supporters, now and into the future. 
I look forward to meeting you and want to thank those that I have met so far for the warm welcome, especially the Executive and Leadership team including Dale, Illy, Mel, Graham, Emily, Aaron and Will; whom are totally awesome and have been so inspirational.
Till next we meet,

Mike Price

Trophy Presentation Day U6 to U16

The Junior Presentation Day has been booked for October 18th. So please note in your diary.

More details to follow soon.

We now have new stock in the shop!

Jackets - $55
Polo Shirts - $50
Beanies (woollen) - $15.50
Beanies (acrylic) - $13.50



Pine Hills Football Club has received FFA's Level 2 Nation Club Accreditation, we are only one of two clubs in the entire state of Queensland to receive this accreditation.

To view the accreditation please read here - --Official FFA Letter-

New Information on Mini Roos and Junior Football for 2015

We have posted information on trial dates for the Mini Roos Academy Program. Please click here for information

Information on the new Junior League structure for 2015, trial dates, sponsorship opportunities and links to a Spanish Club is now available.....click here 

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers remain the life blood of the Pine Hills Football Club, without their efforts the club would almost certainly perish. Active volunteers reduce the fees associated with player registration and help shape the club and its future. They also gain valuable skills that can be used outside of the club.

Your club needs you, we are recruiting for the 2015 season now.

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