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###  No Monday Skills Training for the rest of season 2019  ###

Dayboro Dingoes - Supporting Silent Saturday 10th August

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The Howl - June 2019

The Howl

June 2019



We are celebrating the Matildas success at the FIFA 2019 World Cup with a girls only skills session this Monday.  All girls interested in playing soccer are invited to attend.  If you have a friend who likes to kick the ball around bring her along!  There will be no skills training for boys as a result that week.


Parent assistance is required to set up goals and move goals at the end of the game.  Under 8 & Under 9 Goals need to be pegged in or lay down flat if not pegged as they can easily topple over and are a safety hazard.

Date Claimer - AGM, Team Photos and Presentation Day  Sunday 15th September 9am to 1pm

Dayboro Day Parade

Thank you for all those players, coaches, managers and parents who marched this year.  Our representation in the march is such a great way to promote our club, our sponsors and the game in our local community.

Game fixtures

Remember to check the times and locations as this can change. To view your team's game details, visit www.dayborodingoes.com.au and click on "Fixtures" to select your team.

 Socks and shorts

Available for purchase at the club on game days

 Bottle and can recycling at the club  

A large recycle bin has been set up for game days that can be used for water bottles, poppers and soft drink cans.  All money raised from the bottle recycle will assist the club.

 Game Day Checklist

  • Plenty of water
  • Shin pads (compulsory)
  • Remove all jewellery as it can cause a nasty injury
  • Match fee ($5) 


Thank you to our parent helpers, our canteen coordinator Jean Smith and assistant Amy for making our canteen run smoothly. Some of the busiest times are between games/halves. If you are rostered to help in the canteen, please see if you can stay on or arrive early to assist in these periods. For helpers at the start of the day, please aim to arrive 10-15 minutes early to assist with set up. For helpers at the end of the day, your assistance with pack up is appreciated.


FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019

The FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019 will be held from 7 June to 7 July. Be a champion for women in sport - show your support by tuning in. 




Well done U12's who won their semi final 1-0 against Albany Creek on Sat 9th Sept at Samford. Now they have the GRAND FINAL where they play UQ on Sat 15th September - 9:30am at Dalton Park, Maine Road Clontarf. Please come and support our Under 12s Dingoes on the 15th September!!

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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.  

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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
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