QFA Rivalry to unite Kedron community

Kedron and Aspley share a fierce rivalry in the QFA North competition, but this weekend’s grudge match will be about more than just footy.

Kedron footballers, young and old, will be in the spotlight on Saturday, for the club’s community fun day.

With Auskickers at half-time, masters closing the day and the headline QFA North match, the club will be a hive of activity.

Lions vice-president, Rodney Davis, said the aim was to involve as many people throughout the club and local community in the event.

“It’s an opportunity to bring in a range of community groups and really generate that strong community feel,” he said.

“We’ve got our local derby and we think it’s the perfect chance to really involve our local community.

Davis said the event was part of a larger effort by the club to bring their senior and junior components ever closer.

“We really want our juniors and seniors to feel part of the one club,” he said.

“This event has been a united effort in that and hopefully it will bring plenty of people to the footy club.”

The club has joined with a number of local community groups, including the scouts, local military personnel and organisations such as St John’s Ambulance, to put on its Community Fun Day.

Activities kick off at 11:30am, with plenty to keep the kids busy, until the final siren blows.

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