Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Looking Forward to Taking on the Roar

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Looking Forward to Taking on the Roar

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Byline: Melanie Plane Melanie.Plane@capnews.com.au

2014 QueenslandNational Premier League

Three new clubs, including South West Queensland Thunder and a Brisbane Roar under-21 team are to be added in 2014.

27 rounds of competition with the Energy to host 14 matches in CQ.

ROCKHAMPTON football fans could have the chance to get up close and personal with Brisbane Roar players next year.

Central Queensland Football Club coach Ray Wood was yesterday anticipating a thrilling 2014 Queensland National Premier League season following the announcement that three new squads, including a Brisbane Roar under-21 team, would join the competition.

The Roar team was expected to be joined by a Toowoomba-based side and another club, which was expected to be confirmed later this month.

Football Queensland chief operations manager Ben Mannion confirmed South West Queensland Thunder would be entering the NPL next season, and believed the Roar under-21 team would feature Roar senior squad members not playing in the A-League. …

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