Welcome to Peninsula Power FC

Welcome to the official website of Peninsula Power Football Club.

Founded in the year 2000, Peninsula Power FC was formed when established clubs, Margate FC and Redcliffe FC, amalgamated to become the force it is today. Power is a club that prides itself on developing talent of all ages and genders, from grass-roots members, Squirts and Junior programmes all the way through to the varying levels of the senior leagues.

Peninsula Power competes in the elite National Premier League Qld for Senior Men and boys in Under 13 to Under 20 age groups. Welcoming all players, Power teams also compete in the Brisbane Premier League Women competitions, City League Men and Women competitions, Divisional Boys and Girls competitions.

Power Awards Night Winners

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2019 Award Winners


Trophy Award

Player Name



2019 NPL Player of the Year

Sam Roper

2019 NPL Players Player

Sam Roper

2019 NPL Best Supporting Player

Joshua Woolley

2019 NPL Golden Boot

Dean Briggs



2019 Blue Brothers Most Valuable Player

Sam Roper

2019 NPL Rising Star Award

Adam Ravbar

2019 BWPL Rising Star Award

Caitlin English

2019 Football Qld Team of the Year Selection

Dean Briggs

2019 Football Qld Team of the Year Selection

Tom Strickland

2019 Football Brisbane Select Team

Taylah Brotherston

2019 Football Brisbane Select Team

Brittany Whitfield

2019 Football Brisbane Select Team

Chrissy Wagner

2019 Football Brisbane Select Team

Victoria Bebner





2019 NPL U20 Most Valuable Player

Zachariah Gillies

2019 NPL U20 Players Player

Lucas Bobin

2019 NPL U20 Best Supporting Player

Joshua Breen

2019 NPL U20 Golden Boot

Jesse Gibbs



2019 NPL U18 Most Valuable Player

Jack Vandenban

2019 NPL U18 Players Player

Harrison Rowe

2019 NPL U18 Best Supporting Player

Ryan Patch

2019 NPL U18 Golden Boot

Thomas Stephens

2019 NPL U18 Golden Glove

Tinashe Madau



2019 BWPL Player of the Year

Isabella Pratt

2019 BWPL Players Player

Chelsea Martin

2019 BWPL Best Supporting Player

Samantha Harrington

2019 BWPL Most Improved Player

Zoe Lattanzi

2019 BWPL Golden Boot

Brittany Whitfield

2019 BWPL Golden Glove

Jess Scicluna



2019 BWPL Reserves Most Valuable Player

Brieanna Watt

2019 BWPL Reserves Players Player

Lauren Henderson

2019 BWPL Reserves Best Supporting Player

Zoe Lattanzi

2019 BWPL Reserves Most Improved Player

Kaitlin Manthey

2019 BWPL Reserves Golden Boot

Chrissy Wagner



2019 City 4 Most Valuable Player

Laetitia Ludke

2019 City 4 Best Supporting Player

Amie Storer

2019 City 4 Most Improved Player

Chenae Wilson

2019 City 4 Golden Boot

Mingie Foley



2019 City 5 Most Valuable Player

Kirsten Emberley

2019 City 5 Best Supporting Player

Julie Kuhneman

2019 City 5 Most Improved Player

Tanya Hilliar

2019 City 5 Golden Boot

Lisa Wilkinson

2019 City 5 Golden Glove

Suzanne Cupo



2019 City League Most Valuable Player

David Cunningham

2019 City League Best Supporting Player

Chris Feldman

2019 City League Golden Boot

Jordan Wells



2019 U18 Division 1 Most Valuable Player

Jacob Ward

2019 U18 Division 1 Best Supporting Player

Taj McGuiness

2019 U18 Division 1 Golden Boot

Byron Devilliers



2019 O45 Division 1 Most Valuable Player

Sean Vandenban

2019 O45 Division 1 Best Supporting Player

Mark Noble

2019 O45 Division 1 Golden Boot

Victor Bradbury

2019 O45 Division 1 Golden Glove

Danny English



Peninsula Power 2019 NPL Volunteer of the Year

Rebecca Flockhart

Peninsula Power 2019 NPL Manager of the Year

Silvia Holl

Peninsula Power 2019 NPL Junior Volunteer of the Year

Liam Meyer

 Peninsula Power BWPL Manager of the Year

 Trisha Belford



2019 Feuerriegel Family NPL Junior Player of the Year

Alex Witte



2019 NPL U16 Most Valuable Player

Tom Berzinski

2019 NPL U16 Players Player

Blake Jones

2019 NPL U16 Best Supporting Player

Alec Bowden

2019 NPL U16 Golden Boot

Alex Witte



2019 NPL U15 Most Valuable Player

Adam Pollock

2019 NPL U15 Players Player

Charlie McVeigh

2019 NPL U15 Best Supporting Player

Tom Suszynski

2019 NPL U15 Golden Boot

Bogdan Radovanovic



2019 NPL U14 Most Valuable Player

Louis Tanner

2019 NPL U14 Players Player

Louis Tanner

2019 NPL U14 Best Supporting Player

Lachlan Moon

2019 NPL U14 Golden Boot

Alex Stephens



2019 NPL U13 Most Valuable Player

Jett Murray

2019 NPL U13 Players Player

Nicholas Turner

2019 NPL U13 Best Supporting Player

Kaiden Turnbull

2019 NPL U13 Golden Boot

Eddie Van Bladel

A.J. Kelly Park Fields Closed for Maintenance

All fields at A.J. Kelly Park are closed for maintenance during October and November 2019.
We are preparing them for the the June Auld Christmas game and social day on Saturday 21st December 2019.

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ANNOUNCEMENT - Power Football Academy, Season 2020

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2020 will be a year of growth and change for the Club. One of our highest priorities is to ensure that our player development strategies provide pathways for our players into elite senior football.

Paul Dymock, continuing as NPL Technical Director for the 2020 season, will be leading these changes. Over the past two seasons, Paul has overseen our transition from the Brisbane Premier League to the Football QLD Premier League in 2018 and into the National Premier League this year.

“It has been a busy few years in the role and I’m excited for the 2020 season and the plans I have for the club”, said Dymock.

The Club also wishes to acknowledge Gordon Tulloch, Director of Coaching, for laying the ground work for this change, playing a leading role in the Club’s push for inclusion in the National Premier League competition. Gordon will be leaving Peninsula Power at the end of the 2019 season. We thank Gordon for the fantastic and tireless work he has done for this Club over the last 6 years and we wish him the very best in his next role. Please join me in thanking Gordon and wishing him the best.

In the meantime, we are entering finals time and we hope to see you at our remaining games to spur on our boys in their inaugural NPL finals push. 


Craig Feuerriegel

Club President

President backs National Second Division

Club  President  Craig  Feuerriegel aims for  National stage

Australia’s national second division is coming together and Peninsula Power have registered their interest as a member of the AAFC.

The Association of Australian Football Clubs, representing NPL and grassroots clubs nation-wide, is targeting a 2021 season launch for the new competition.

The Second Division Working Group behind the scenes is looking to finalise proposals for the competition earmarked ‘The Championship’ in 2020.

Key details of the competition’s makeup are still to be determined, as are the clubs that will compete in it however,

Peninsula Power Club President Craig Feuerriegel said “Our club has signalled the potential entry into the competition with the second division to improve player pathways, offer more opportunities for Australian players at a professional level”

2019 Management Committee

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