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Change Rooms

New Change rooms for National Premier League Women at A.J. Kelly Park

Peninsula Power has secured grant funding to construct new change rooms building at A.J. Kelly Park Playing Fields to support and increase women's and girls participation.

Club President Craig Feuerriegel said the plan was to have the new change rooms completed during the 2015 season.

“We are delighted to receive the Get Playing grant and thank the Queensland Government and Moreton Bay Regional Council for supporting women’s sport in particular football”

Peninsula Power has a well-established women’s football development program that began in 1992. The success of the program has female players at the club selected for Australia and in the National W League competition.

The club has appointed Technical Director Michael Cook who is dedicated to Women’s football NPL operations. The club puts great importance to offering women and girls opportunities to further their football opportunities.

The construction of new female change rooms will meet the standards of the National Premier League Queensland Women’s competition that Power will compete in 2015.

"The Queensland Government provided $100,000 to Peninsula Power to construct new change rooms to support women’s football and to increase Queenslanders participation in sport and recreation activities."

The Moreton Bay Regional Council will provide $40,000 towards the project that will cost a total of $153,000 to complete.

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