Roar players continue ongoing support in the community

Despite a hectic two weeks the Brisbane Roar players have continued to put themselves about in the local community with a stack of appearances and charity work.

Despite a hectic two weeks the Brisbane Roar players have continued to put themselves about in the local community with a stack of appearances and charity work.

On October 10, Matt Mundy and Tim Smits were special guests at the presentation nights of Sunnybank Saints and Pine Hills football clubs respectively.

The pair presented the senior players with their awards and gave away some tickets to the next day-s derby against the Gold Coast.

Not to be outdone, club mascot Roary attended the River Baptist Soccer Club trophy day.

The following Thursday, Isaka Cernak attended the awards night of Narangba Valley State High School, where he presented the majority of the awards, answered questions and signed autographs.

Roary was busy over that weekend, attending the Dayboro and District Soccer Club trophy day on Saturday, before joining Reinaldo, Henrique, Ivan Franjic and Mario Karlovic at the Queensland Multicultural Festival on Sunday.

The players mingled with fans, signed autographs and played in the inflatable Roar Rapid Fire field.

Roary then scurried off to join the Down Syndrome Association Buddy Walk and the Hyundai Harmony Cup, to cap off a very busy and rewarding weekend.

Fans at the Central Coast match last weekend would have noticed the Hilder Road State School students waving flags in the middle of the pitch before kick-off.

The students were invited by the Roar to participate to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the huge storms which devastated the school and the surrounding areas.

Smits and Mundy continued to proudly represent the club this week at local awards ceremonies.

On Tuesday, Smits went to the North Lakes College sports awards night, while Mundy went to the Marsend State High School sports awards presentation on Wednesday.

The pair presented awards, answered questions and gave away Brisbane Roar tickets.

Isaka and Adam Sarota ended the appearances with a visit to their old high school-s football awards dinner last night. The former Kelvin Grove High pair answered questions, signed autographs and chatted with former teachers and students.