1996 Triple Premiership commemorative stubbie holders now available for $5 at the clubrooms. They feature a styliised premiers poster and Scores, Goals and Best for each of the Seniors, Reserves and Colts games.


Broadbeach Sports Club Aug 5, featuring ex Broadbeach star forward and multi award winning entertainer Steve Cummins (#25). $59/hd inclds two course meal. Bookings open now. Phone 5572 3255 or email craig@bbsc.com.au


1996 week 20:  It was the Massacre at Merrimac with the seniors having 16 goals on the scoreboard at quarter time. Felici finished with 10 and Street with 8.


1996 Week 21: PBC couldn't make the finals but given Cotts was their coach in '95 there was motivation for strong performance. The Magoos shut their opposition out and set the scene for a comfortable win.  The Colts romped home.


Sunday 14th August 12 Noon. Join in the festivities of the 1996 Triple Premiership Reunion and win bigtime. 3 hour drink package, cash prizes to $3000. Contact Bryan Wilkinson 0413 185 098 or bwilko22@optusnet.com.au  Click here for full details.


Wednesday 27 july. Colts player Sam Littlechild doing his thing at the South Coast surfing titles on Nth Straddie.

What The?

The players and Officials wore armbands today in support of Ryan Dienje's girlfriend (Brigid) whose father Kenneth died during the week. The club expresses its condolences to the Taylor family.

A day in the new Media & Officials Box is available at more than reasonable dollars. Enjoy the best view available of a game at Ord Minett, and your canteen snacks, while having the art of Magoos game timekeeping explained by Ray Johnson, press the siren switch on Ray's command, and listen as the umpires' advisor comments on the adjudicators performance while the cameraman coughs his germs in the confined space. First in best dressed.

Lobby is up for anything to help out. He looked great in his trainers' pink uniform with bright orange track shoes for the seniors game. He told us it was the same outfit he wore to 'Splendour in the Grass'.
We are given to understand that is either (i) another game of football; (ii) a picnic with his lover; or (iii) a music festival just south of here.

All the Home sides.

We think finally we will get there and we will be the "dark colt"  Click here for the finals arrangements.

We will feature the final three weeks 20, 21 and 22 of the Triple Premiership season (plus Conrad Cup) for the remainder of July. Then the Semi and Prelim first week of August and the Grand Finals during the reunion week when we play Labrador at home.
Leading into the final three weks we were sitting equal with Sufers but in second place on percentage behind Labrador. Burleigh were in fourth spot.
Fortunately, for these games, we have details for all three grades and therefore able to pay hommage to the Reserves and Colts players who performed in the big time as well as the Seniors.

Given the size of the cabinet, populist trends, and the Great Encourager's love of the Swans, we are surprised that there is no Minister for Australian Rules Football with a remit to protect our game from foreign codes. Damian Drum? We could expand but won't.

We are homesick:
WOODS at Vic park, BLOODS at the Lake Oval, GOLD COAST at Carrara, WEST COAST at the WACA, FOOTESCRAY at Western Oval, CATS at kardinia Park, BOMBERS at Windy Hill, HAWKS at Glenferrie Oval
and PORT at Alberton to finish as always in the 70s!

Looking for the crown jewells if you live in Perth. Geez it's a tad fresh in the morn.

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Palmy on the top rung followed by a pelaton of 5 sides all on 9 wins. Going to be an interesting July/August and we will have a big say in shaping the finals given we play the Maggies, Palmy and Labrador in the run home.

Played in atrocious conditions. Uninspiring footy but player depth exceeded QAFL ranks. WAFL umpires younger than QAFL counterparts, particularly in the Magoos - didn't seem to make much difference. Facilities, we give you Ord Minnett. Crowd around twice that of our well attended games.

We believe that Squiz has been in hospital this week (blood poisoning). All the best for a recovery.

2016 QAFL, QWAFL and Colts Games

Current Seniors Ladder

Current QWAFA Ladder

Current Reserves Ladder

Current Colts Ladder

RESULTS: See QAFL results link above masthead for all results. Click on link, then click RESULTS for Seniors, Reserves, QWAFA or Colts

2016 Fixtures
Click here for QAFL Fixture and here for Broadbeach games.

Click here for QWAFA Fixture

Click here for Colts Fixture
Click here for Colts Finals Fixture


Seniors and Reserves Round 15  Sat 30 July Seniors v Western Magpies 2pm at Ord Minnett, Reserves v Western Magpies 11.30am at Ord Minnett

COLTS Round 17 Sat 30 July Broadbeach v Burleigh 9.30am at Ord Minnett

Round 14 BWFC V Pine Rivers 4.45pm Sat 30 July at Ord Minnett

2pm Sat 30 July Broadbeach v Western Magpies
Senior Squad: 
  Mullins,   Dineen I, Palmer,  Quick (c),  Dienjes D,  Dienjes R, Chadwick Hawk, Lancaster,  Neal, Sharp,  Backman,  Searl, Royes, O'Shea, O'Rourke, Sharp, Platell, Esam, Finn, Nutting, Pollard and Price
INs: Esam, Finn, Nutting, Pollard OUTs: O'Donnell, Burton, Nelson, Wallace
Debut: Esam, released from state U/18 duties.
Broadbeach 10  8  68 def by West. Mags. 17  15  117
Goals: D. Lancaster 3, R. Dienjes 2, N. Quick, M. Backman, J. Searl, J. Esam, B. Neal
Best: J. O''Shea, B. Palmer, D. Dienjes, J. Platell, M. Backman, B. Chadwick
Beaten by a better side. Still in contention midway through the third, and we thought maybe their bigger blokes would tire. Nup. Only once could we score successive goals, and you can't bridge the gap if that's the case. Rhino tackle of the year, second quarter in front of opposition box.
Brayde Plamer has sore hands.

11.30am Sat 30 July Broadbeach v Western Magpies
Magoos Squad:
  Abercrombie,  Kangla, Kennedy, Nibbs,  Chadwick Dylan, Kerr,  Bobogi, Edwards,  Brewer,  Kavic, Upton, King,  Smith,  Winder,  Fisher C, Spencer, Rolfe, Klessens, O'Donnell
INs: Upton, Kerr, Winder, Spencer, Rolfe, Klessens, Smith OUTs: Allen-Sympson, Bensley, Finn, Tiffin,  Nutting, O'Reilly, Pollard
Debut:  Smith U/17s player who has been with the Colts and training with the seniors. He's a smart hard bodied defender who will be at home in senior footy.
Broadbeach 10  11  71 def by West. Mags. 15  9  99
Goals: J. Jones 2, . Kerr 2, H. Bobogi 2, T. Rolfe 2, J. Pecotich, M. Kavic
Best: M. Smith, H. Bobogi, B. O''Reilly, D. King, M. Kavic, M. Kennedy
Interesting game of footy. We put in a great first quarter but then watched as they put on 7 to zip in the second stanza. Our blokes answered a few questions in the third to make a game of it but in the end the better side prevailed.
Lobba was full of pride after his charges fought it out all the way. Coach's prophetic words on our debut player Smith.

4.45pmpm Sat  23 July Broadbeach v Pine Rivers at Ord Minnett
Squad (To be Finalised):
Bristow, Bright, Bijkerk, Cooke, Collins, Daniels, Davis,  Harper, Ffewkes, Gross,  Harris, Filmore, Marsh, Lotter, McClelland, Mirfield, Scott, Klyn, Turner
Who knows??

9.30am Sat 30 July Broadbeach v Burleigh at Ord Minnett
Squad (To Be Finalised):  Littlechild, Dickinson,  Thompson, Henderson J,  Henderson B,  Madeley,    Summers-Hog, Rolfe,  Dinnen O,  Pecotich,  Grundy,  Carthew-Zimmer, Fitzsimmons, McCormick, Lancaster, O'Shea, Nelson, O'Reilly, Kaugla, Bobogi, Gambell M
Broadbeach 14  13  97  def Burleigh 2  7  19
Goals: H. Carthew-Zimmer 3, C. Wilson 3, M. Fitzsimmons 2, B. Henderson 2, M. Gambell 2, W. Stevenson, C. Rolfe
Best: M. Gambell, C. Wilson, J. McCormick, B. Henderson, M. Fitzsimmons, K. Sheers
The boys showed they will be up for it when the finals hit in 2 weeks. Lots of class about if they can include those who have played senior footy rhis year. Highlight of the day was the time keeping of Chandler Rolfe's grandfather, a former player for South Melbourne (Sydney for those born post 1985 or so) and who also played alongside Tom Papley's grandfather at Morrabbin
Probably here for Chandler's uncle Paul's 50th.

 Click here for For Season archive of Teams and Results

Memberships, Menu, Events and Specials

The Broadbeach Sports Club is celebrating its many changes over the past few months.
The impressive club offers a great new menu, expansive space that will treat sports fans to an unprecedented viewing experience. Featuring new TV`s everywhere you look and the soon to be opened QTAB in the form of UBET.
Entertainment and dancing are part of the party plan at the sports bar and bistro too. Live music, karaoke, happy hour, lots of sportsman’s lunches and dinners also a great place to celebrate your birthday, work function or Christmas party.

“We are very excited about this new look concept to the club “says new General Manager Craig Devonport.

“We’ve created a venue that appeals to a diverse crowd including family’s, Sports fans, music enthusiasts and food lovers. We offer an upscale atmosphere with very moderate menu (see below) and bar prices. The new menu has a range of temping new dishes in addition we have daily meal specials”

“We will also be hosting many sports related and community based events.

When it comes to the live sporting action The Broadbeach Sports Club has it covered”


After 25 years on the Gold Coast Mario’s Italian Restaurant has now opened up a second restaurant Mario’s Bistro right here at the Broadbeach Sports Club! They will be open 7 days a week from 4:30pm and Saturday/Sunday lunches starting from 12pm. Come and join us to enjoy some of the best Italian food Broadbeach has to offer. Book your table today on (07) 5572 3255.

- performed by Steve Cummings

Don’t miss your chance to see amazing show with all your favourite classics from the Aussie legend.

Tickets are limited and selling quick so come see us at the bar or give us a call to secure yours today.



From Near and Far

Sealy 100
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Perko, what you didn't know.
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Fults, 637 and the past
Noticed the Bully hopped on Fults re his Robina comeback. Reminded us of the day he went in front of Ray Hughson to become second on the all time QAFL goal kicking ladder.
Click here for a bit of nostalgia. The year was 2009.

Personalities of the future
Post Humaist Footy Click here

1996 Personalities
2016 celebrates the twentieth anniversary of footy's holy grail - a ThreePeat in one day! In 1996, our farewell season to the Gold Coast Australian Football League, our Seniors, Ressies and Colts won flags on the hallowed turf of the Cattery. The photo in the slider above is the senior squad of the day. Click here for an expanded view with names attached. Crank up the zoom.
We have also developed a self explanatory summary of the 1996 season in four parts. In them you will find familiar and legendary names associated with the club. A good read will get your knowledge of this rare achievement up to speed for the reunion. Click here for Part I, here for Part II, here for Part III, and here for Part IV. You may need to zoom to read the newspaper clippings.
Part I references a 1996 Grand Final Day Cats Whisper. Click here for selected pages of that document with August and Sept lead-in scores, goals and best players for all three grades.
If you have any memorabilla, particularly of the Ressies and Colts, let's know and we can add to our archives. Any discrepancies between documents, archives and memories may be attributed to the Bully, alcohol or tired eyes of today's or yesteryears' generation.

Having read all that you might be interested in the document about our entry into the QAFL in 1997. This was published on the web site mid season 2015. Click here

The Cult of Personality. Click here

Craigie.D. Click here

The Bloke who ran 320 half marathons, half the time going backwards: Murray Williams. Click here

100 more: Taylor Haley. Click here

100 UP: Nathan Quick. Click here

The Shadow's mate. Click here

All the talk on Fletcher and his 400th had us thinking. This article from the Bulletin in 1994 or 95 says it all about the big gamers at Broady.
The mentioned Percy Baker on 230 games is still the Club Patron. Click here

I think and breathe Football, therefore I am"  Who am I? Click here for the pdf version

The Accurate One and her Coach? Click here

A Richmond Thug. Click here

A Tassie Tiger Blue. Click here

A Bit About BA. Click here

Supporter of the Moment. Click here

The Peoples' Channel

 CATS TV by  jucheyproductions (with graphics by Adriana Lambert), a Jaran Pantic, inspired, directed, filmed and produced series of insights into players, their training activities, love lives, religious practices, eating habits, politics and hair products.

Now Playing Episode 3. Click on the CATs TV remote

Archive Episodes
Episode 1. Click here
Epsidoe 2. Click here