Centrals-Trinity Beach Bulldogs JAFC has been acknowledged under the AFL Queensland Quailty Club Program.
Centrals- Trinity Beach Bulldogs JAFC in Cairns has become the first Bronze Accredited club under AFL Queensland’s Quality Club Program.
The AFL Quality Club Program is a nationally recognised community club accreditation program.
The program aims to recognise quality football administration by volunteers, and promotes positive environments within community clubs across three stages, Bronze, Silver and Gold.
AFL Queensland Bronze Quality clubs, like Centrals juniors, are deemed to have good club administration, promoting a family friendly and positive environment.
The club is the 24th Queensland club to gain accreditation and can now begin working towards their Silver level accreditation.
“Our volunteers make us a quality club, they are passionate about what they do and work hard to create a quality environment of our families,” Centrals juniors president Renae Kunda said.
AFL Queensland Community Program Coordinator, Aaron Hall, said that he hoped Centrals accolade would prompt other Cairns clubs to begin the accreditation process.
“Clubs are striving for this accreditation to receive recognition for the efforts invested into club administration, we look forward to have all Cairns clubs involved in the program to share the success of the Bulldogs,” he said.
A majority of clubs across Queensland already fulfill the requirements of Bronze level accreditation and by completing the simple online assessment and submitting some verification documents they can be formally acknowledged as a Quality Club.
Interested clubs can find out more about the program and commence assessment by following this link: https://aflq.com.au/index.php?id=725