A brand new rugby league team is enjoying the perfect start to its journey with a new clubhouse officially opened at the satellite city of Flagstone near Jimboomba.
The Flagstone Tigers have already been fielding some Under 6 to Under 9 junior teams in the 2021 season with plans to expand into older age groups in 2022.
Now the players and volunteers have a home base where they can prepare for games, celebrate victories, fundraise and socialise.
The clubhouse is located at the Flagstone Regional Recreation Park and includes male and female change rooms, showers, toilets, a kiosk, scorer’s box and meeting rooms.
It was built by Luscombe builders ATCO through a $350,000 Queensland Government investment.
The developer PEET contributed an additional $270,000 of in-kind works including concrete paths, turf, external hydraulics and electrical services. They also built three new netball courts next to the clubhouse.
The Park includes other facilities including a rugby league field, adventure playground, skate plaza and Splash & Play dog park, with 20 new families moving into the Flagstone area every month.