Trophy tour continues in full swing

Brisbane Roar’s trophy tour has continued in full swing, despite the fact it has been almost nine weeks since the club’s stunning Hyundai A-League Grand Final win over Central Coast Mariners.

Brisbane Roar-s trophy tour has continued in full swing, despite the fact it has been almost nine weeks since the club-s stunning Hyundai A-League Grand Final win over Central Coast Mariners.

The trophies have been kept exceptionally busy in and around Brisbane-s northside with St Benedict-s Catholic Primary School, Virginia Football Club, Manly Yacht Club and St Flannan-s Catholic Primary School all featuring on the tour.

St Anthony-s Primary School at Kedron even had a uniform-free day for the day the trophies turned up at the school with one distinctive catch - the students- free dress had to incorporate orange in honour of the Hyundai A-League championship-winning club.

Visits at Mount Maria College, Our Lady of Angels Primary School, Eton-s Hill State School, Lakes College and Southern Cross Catholic College are scheduled for the remainder of the week.

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