NUMBERS BOOST: The Corindi-Red Rock Breakers have gone from having five teams in recent years to 13 teams in 2015.
NUMBERS BOOST: The Corindi-Red Rock Breakers have gone from having five teams in recent years to 13 teams in 2015. CONTRIBUTED

Breakers enjoying a year of resurgence

CORINDI-Red Rock Breakers Soccer Club has had a revival of sorts, more than doubling its registrations from five teams in recent years to 13 teams and 135 players in 2015.

The numbers boost is the result of hard work by the club's volunteer committee who support the club and its activities.

The committee is not only responsible for planning regular soccer activities, but has also organised a number of other events including welcome barbecues for junior members, girls-only training and afternoon tea during girls football week, and the upcoming market day fundraiser.

Market day, to be held on Saturday at the Corindi soccer fields, will be an opportunity for stallholders to make some money of their own while supporting the club.

Stallholders are able to book a site for a $10 fee, which will go directly to the club for the purchase of new equipment.

Sites are available to regular market stallholders selling everything from crafts to produce, or those just wanting to clear out some unwanted household items.

The market will open at 8am and all are invited to attend.

For more information on market day phone Lana on 0439 066 049 or send an email.

Breakers team coaches are all made up of parent volunteers who contribute their time and deliver fantastic results.

The success of the club this year is also due to its new sponsors whose support has allowed the club to continue operating.

The club pays special thanks to its major sponsors, the Amble Inn, Taylor Blueberries, Adams Sawmill, Oz Group Trading and Taylor Haulage Contractors.



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