Trophy tour update

Brisbane Roar’s Hyundai A-League championship and premiership trophies, as well as the club’s Westfield W-League championship silverware, have endured a busy few days in and around Brisbane visiting local football clubs and schools.

Brisbane Roar-s Hyundai A-League championship and premiership trophies, as well as the club-s Westfield W-League championship silverware, have endured a busy few days in and around Brisbane visiting local football clubs and schools.

Over the past week, Brisbane Roar representatives visited Albany Creek FC, Redlands United FC, Rochedale Rovers FC, Centenary Stormers FC and Ipswich City FC met by massive crowds, with politician Lawrence Springborg even turning out at the Cleveland-based club to greet the players.

Brisbane Roar vice-captain Shane Stefanutto was on hand at Everton Park High School last Friday as part of 97.3FM-s Say No To Bullying Campaign, while club mascot Roary helped Sunnybank Primary School celebrate Harmony Day on Monday.

In more appearances, the silverware will be present at Mayfield State School on Thursday for a 96.5FM school broadcast with Roary then making the trip west to Brassall State School and Grantham State School the following day to visit the heavily flood affected schools.

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