Welcome to Dayboro Dingoes

The Howl - October 2019

Under 12 2019  Grand  Final &  Premiership  Winners

Under 12s Grand Final Winners & Premiership Winners with Coaches Rebecca & Ben

2019 Season


Our club has just successfully finished the 2019 season!  This year we had 102 players (girls & boys) up from 86 in 2018 and 77 in 2017.  Our 102 players came from 65 families, and we welcome our new families and hope you are around for many years to come.  The club fielded 11 teams in 2019 and out of the 11 teams were two teams in competition, the Under 13s an Under 12s.   Congratulations to our under 12s who were undefeated in the 18 rounds and defeated Newmarket in the Grand Final. 


We are extremely grateful to the following individuals and businesses that have assisted our club in 2019.  These include –

  • Our wonderful sponsors who we encourage everyone in our community to support –

Gold Sponsors - Heathwood Concreting, Holland Price Accounting , FIX Podiatry, Craig Doyle Real Estate, Dynamic Autocare, HMM Transport. 

Blue Sponsors – Comptech Express, Your Physio Dayboro, Dayboro Acupuncture & Massage Therapy, The Dayboro Bakery, Dayboro Chiropractic, Pitstop Café, David Baccinelli Insurance, Dayboro Medical Centre, LTG MetalCrafts, Dayboro Medical Centre, IGA Dayboro, S Hansson Electrical, Dayboro Village Meats, Cruice Brothers Air Conditioning, Mobile Diesel Services Brisbane, Your Place Mortgage Brokers.

  • Kylie Brias for successfully securing a Federal Government Grant which allowed the club to purchase new goals and other equipment.
  • All our fabulous volunteers including our team coaches and managers.  The Club is so grateful to you all for stepping up and taking on these roles. 
  • Our hard working President, Tony Robinson and all our committee members.  Special thanks to Rick Laur – Referees Coordinator, Jean Smith – Canteen Coordinator, Jane Baccinelli – Secretary who are retiring from these roles in 2019 we are grateful for your dedication to the clubs success.


Thank you to all our families that attended our AGM and Trophy Presentation Day who purchased from our canteen as we raised $600 for the Drought Relief Charity.  The club will make an additional donation to round this figure to $800.


Sincere Condolences


We offer our deepest and sincere sympathies to Claire Scoles and her family following the devastating loss of her husband Chris Scoles, soccer dad of Eden (under 11s) & Step-dad of Max (Under 12s) and former coach of our Under 10s in 2017.  A number of parents from our club attended Chris’s farewell service on the 14 October which was a beautiful celebration of Chris’s life.  The club has made a donation to the Dayboro Sheriff’s Fund on behalf of Chris.  We encourage club members to either make a blood donation to the Blood Bank or a financial donation to the Dayboro Sheriff’s Fund  BSB 633000 & Account 163275365 (please use Chris’s name as a reference).


 Skills Training


Commencing Monday 4 November for 6 weeks.


  • Under 6 to Under 9s    3.30 – 4.30
  • Under 10 to Under 13s 4.30 – 5.30


These free skills training sessions are open to all children in our community who are interested in playing for our club in 2020.  For further information please contact the club.  Follow our Facebook Page or Dayboro Dingoes Website for communication regarding cancellations due to weather.

Sunday Afternoon Soccer

All those aged 16 and over are welcome to come along for a game of soccer at or club to be held every second Sunday afternoon at 4PM commencing 27 October 2019.  For further information please contact Scott Price at coachliason.dingoes@gmail.com  .

2020 Registrations

Sign on day will be in early 2020 with the date yet to be confirmed.   Follow our Facebook Page or keep an eye on our website for updates regarding Sign On Day.

Team Photos & Trophies

These will be available at the skills sessions on the 4th November.

Old Goals for Sale

Expressions of interest are open for the large old goals located near the waterhole.  If you would like to purchase one of these please contact Megan on 0419 684 689.

New Training Shirts

Our new training shirts have arrived and thank you to Scott Price for organising such great shirts this year!
All our players, coaches and committee members are wearing these fabulous shirts.  Thank you again to our wonderful sponsors who are listed on the reverse of shirts.  

Soccer  Shirts


The Dayboro Dingoes Soccer Club participated in our local ANZAC ceremony today. Rebecca & Tim placed the a beautiful wreath (made by one of our soccer mums Karen McCarthy) on behalf of our club. Anzac  Soccer

Tips to becoming the perfect football parent!

Make sure your child has a blast at game day and become the perfect football parent!   Here are 9 tips to help you along the way -

  1. Focus on your child’s efforts and performance rather than whether they win or lose. At this age children are playing football purely for fun. There is no evidence to suggest winning is a motivating factor in keeping them playing. Praise them for effort, sportsmanship and skills rather than worrying about the scoreline.
  2. Remember that children learn best by example. Appreciate good performance and skilful plays by all players. Cheer when the opposition score and clap when one of their players has a good run with the ball. Your children will notice.
  3. Volunteer at our club to show them you are engaged with their sport as much as they are. Try a committee role, coaching or see if they need help in the canteen on match days. Don’t be shy to put your hand up and help out where possible. 
  4. Parental behaviour is absolutely critical in ensuring that young players enjoy an appropriate environment in their formative years of playing football. Respect officials’ decisions and teach children to do likewise.
  5. A major focus should be on letting the children play with minimal instruction and plenty of encouragement. Let them play. It’s a game after all!
  6. Show appreciation for volunteer coaches, officials and administrators - without them, your child could not participate.
  7. Spending time with their friends is a key motivating factor for girls’ sports participation. Give them time to hang out and chat before and after games. They will enjoy the social side as much as the match – and so will you!
  8. Learn the rules so you can support your team where necessary. 
  9. Applaud players when they are substituted and let them know they will soon be back on the pitch. It will help them understand rotating players is a normal part of playing football and ensure they do not feel they have done anything wrong.
Last updated 30 Mar 2019
Field 1 - Colin Thiele FieldOpen
Gold Sponsors
CDRE- Long-logo-e 1396929629868
Holland- Price- NEGATIVE- 0011- Compressed-e 1459855046850
Dynamic 2-e 1396931291489
Heathwood Concreting
Fix Podiatry