2017 Director of Coaching

The QCSA has a Director of Coaching to assist players and coaches to further their abilities.
The new 2017 DOC is Neale Smith and he can be contacted on doc@qcsa.org.au.

2017 QCSA Coaching ThemeLet Kids be Kids and Have Fun!

In 1969 a group of people from different churches & denominations got together to create a Christian sporting organization. It was important that it provided an alternative to playing on Sundays, as well as teaching children worthwhile values. From these humble beginnings the Queensland Churches Soccer Football Association BID (Brisbane/Ipswich Division) as it was then known grew into the Queensland Christian Soccer Association (QCSA). Even over 40 years later since its inception, Christian football continues to grow. This growth is attributable to a number of factors, one of which is: “People feeling drawn to the 'fun rather than winning at any cost impulse' which emphasises a play hard, play fair, play clean environment, where winning isn't everything”. Young people play football for the fun of it!
Coaching children presents challenges. Our objective as coaches/managers should be for all kids to have fun, make friends, and learn some football skills that will help them should they decide to continue to the next level. We should not expect to win all of our games or expect everyone to listen to long lectures. Our goal is to introduce children to basic football concepts like: running with the ball, passing and kicking while making it enough fun that they want to keep playing as their bodies and minds mature. Remember - go down to the children’s level of thinking. Don’t try to bring them up to ours. Continue to ask yourself – “What was fun when I was young?” The child will say you were the greatest coach/manager in the world if they have fun. The child will have fun when he/she kicks the ball or at least when they make an attempt gets praise instead of criticism.

Here are some good principles we all should follow:

  • Keep practices and matches fun - Play “games” that cause kids to learn skills, not “drills.” If practice is fun, the kids will want to attend. If it is not fun, their parents will sometimes have to force them to attend and a potential star may drop out.

  • Maximize touches on the ball per player in practice - Avoid lines – the kids won’t behave well while waiting for their turn to play the ball.

  • Minimize lecturing – kids have very short attention spans. You have maybe ten seconds to make your point.

  • Play lots of small-sided games - 3v3 is ideal for this age. Why doesn’t 7v7 or 11v11 work at this age? Imagine putting 14 or 22 six-year-olds on the field to share one toy. When Billie finally gets the ball, will he pass it? No, because he knows he won’t get it back! And shy Freddie may play a whole game and get only two touches on the ball.

  • Concentrate on improving individual skills - i.e. running with the ball, first touch, shielding the ball, shooting, getting around an opponent, etc. You will develop more skillful players this way and win more games in the process. Some passing will develop naturally if you play small-sided games, but you will get frustrated if you try to force it. Do not let anyone on your sideline yell, “Pass the ball!” during games.

  • Don’t keep standings or statistics - The kids will be having fun playing something else an hour after the game, win or lose. Only the parents and coaches will still be replaying the goals and mistakes in their minds the next day!

Remember the objective: LET KIDS BE KIDS AND HAVE FUN!


2016 QCSA Coaching Theme – Coaching Skills/Techniques & Values

Question: What does it take to be a successful coach in the QCSA?
Answer: In 99% of cases, the successful coach has created an environment of oneness within the playing group and the players have adopted one set of values to achieve this success.

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Ok then, so for a QCSA coach to succeed this season, he/she will need to work towards the following key components to maximise the chances of his/her team:-
  1. Football know how – technical/physical/tactical aspects of the game, and
  2. An ability to bond his/her players to play as one.
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Firstly, a coach must be willing to learn and entertain new ideas. Each and every great coach, past and present, continues to study the game through attending courses and workshops to get the “edge” required to bring out the best in their players. Apart from learning new and possibly unfamiliar coaching aspects the coach can also brain-storm ideas and receive added information from other coaches. The modern players need to be challenged using modern coaching techniques and even ‘old dogs should learn new tricks!’

Secondly, and equally importantly, the success of a team will depend on how well the coach can motivate his/her players to adopt the coaches’ game plan and vision for the team. There are two key values that every coach would like their players to have, not only to succeed as being part of a team, but also to take these values and adopt them in other parts of their everyday life.

These are: 1. Attitude and 2. Respect.

In pursuit of the ‘holy grail’ or Grand Final success, the coach must instil into his/her players an attitude of giving 100% at all training sessions and in games. An Olympian fencer from Hungary named Aladar Gerevich competed in numerous Olympic Games over many years and his motto of, “I’d rather a bucket of sweat at trainings than to lose by a hair’s breadth in competition” probably kept him going for so many years. {You may want to do a search of these incredible achievements for yourself. How many years did he represent his country at the Olympic Games and how many gold (or other) medals did he collect?}

A coach must guide his players to build resilience through examples at training and in games where the players have to bounce back from setbacks and continue to work hard to not make the same mistake again and become stronger from the experience. Some would call this character building.

The final part of attitude is to guide/teach the players to work co-operatively and to set up scenarios where the team benefits as a whole and not just the individual.  As St Paul’s message says, “Each person is capable of doing something, although some may be counted on to do more.” Nevertheless, each team members’ contribution must be valued and the importance of this stated to each team member.

The second important component is respect – for self, opponents, coaches, officials, supporters, club administrators and the association. By doing so, each member of the team is clear as to the expectations of behaviour that will enhance the teams’ standing and not detract through ill-discipline or rash decision-making. This too has to be demonstrated at training and pre, during and post games with positive behaviour made an example of. {Far too often we ignore the positive behaviour and only discuss – and sadly give great attention to – inappropriate behaviours. Our media has a lot to answer for here!} It’s interesting to see from numerous statistics in a range of sports that the most successful teams give less fouls away than the other teams below them. Hmm…

So, as we begin planning for our 2016 campaign, in the pursuit of victory, the coach needs to lay the seeds of success now, and sow the values of Attitude and Respect throughout the season, beginning from the first session. These two values can help us to pursue and conquer in other areas of our lives too – so it is important for coaches to impart these to their “flock” (aka players)!

Hoping you all (includes everyone in the QCSA) have a wonderful season, facing up to new challenges with enthusiasm and great determination. Make sure you enjoy “smelling the roses” along the way and celebrate the many achievements throughout the year, no matter how big or small they are.

For God Through Sport
(QCSA Director of Coaching)
Email:  doc@qcsa.org.au 
Mobile: 0414 433 420
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*** What has the QCSA got to offer in 2016?
  • Coaching Clinics (approx.. 3 in each zone) - to assist beginning or junior coaches and will be held throughout March and April
  • FFA-accredited coaching courses for coaches across ALL age-groups from Feb – March 
  • Regular FIXTURES from April – August across ALL age groups
  • The Finals Series late August/early September 
  • Pre-season tournaments (E.g. Ref’s Shield)
  • Carnivals for some of the younger age groups
  • Mega Sportz Camp (for 10-13 year olds) in late June/early July 
  • State Titles in early May
  • Nationals (in Sydney) in late Sept for Senior Men, U.23 Men, U.18 Youth Men, U.16 Boys and U.14 Boys + Senior Women and U.16 Girls.
  • U.13 Development training squad (incl. Boys and girls) selected from the State Titles
  • + more…………
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*** Coaching Courses for QCSA club and rep. coaches 2016
All clubs are encouraged to promote coach education of their club coaches and there are two types of opportunities available:-
  1. QCSA Skills clinics – to be held at 3 different clubs in each of the three QCSA Zones (West, North & South/East) throughout March to April   - FREE!
West Zone 
•         Sat. 27th February @ Blackstone United Dragons FC – Henry St, Blackstone (9.30am – 11.30am)
•         Sat. 27th February @ Silkstone Baptist FC – Madden St, Silkstone (1.30pm – 3.30pm)
•        Tue. 8th March @ St Cat’s FC – Horizon Dve, Middle Park (6.00pm – 8.00pm) 
 •        Sat. 9th April @ Boonah SC – Coronation Dve, Boonah (1.30pm – 3.30pm) 
•         Date in April TBA @ Westminster Warriors SC – Redbank Plains Rd, Redbank Plains
   South-East Zone 
•         Sat. 5th March @ Sunnybank Saints FC – Lister St, Sunnybank (9.30am – 11.30am)
•         Sat. 5th March @ Mansfield FC – Wecker Rd, Mansfield (1.30pm – 3.30pm)
•         Sat. 19th March @ Logan Uniting FC – Beenleigh-Redland Bay Rd, Carbrook  (9.30am – 11.30am)
•         Sat. 9th April @ Beaudesert Rangers SC – Selwyn Park, Beaudesert  (9.30am – 11.30am)
   North Zone 
•        Tue. 1st March @ Northlakes FC – Discovery Dve, Northlakes (6.00pm – 8.00pm)
•        Sat. 12th March @ Rivers Baptist SC – Youngs Crossing Rd, Warner (9.30am – 11.30am) 
•        Sat. 12th March @ Nundah-Wavell SC – Ellison Rd, Chermside (1.30pm-3.30pm)
•        Tue. 15th March @ Northside Christian FC – Darien St, Bridgeman Downs (6.00pm – 8.00pm)  
•        Tue. 22nd March @ North Pine Baptist SC – Ogg Rd, Murrumba Downs (6.00pm – 8.00pm) 
* The above dates have taken into account: club sign on days (late January/early February), Easter (late March), school holidays (late March/early April) and the start of the season (mid-April).
For  those clubs who are hosting these clinics in 2016, can you please verify and get back to Neale (QCSA Coach Development Officer) asap, so that he can lock these dates in permanently.
Football Federation Australia accredited Community coaching courses:- *** GRASSROOTS coaching course (for coaches who coach from U.5s to U.8s) – FREE!
  • Sat. 13th Feb. @ Easts FC (East Bris.) from 9.00am – 12 noon  =  3 hours
  • Sat. 20th Feb. @ Annerley FC from 9.00am – 12 noon
  • Sat. 27th Feb. @ Holland Park FC from 9.00am – 12 noon
  • Sat. 5th March @ Oxley FC from 9.00am – 12 noon
  • Sat. 12th March @ Tarragindi Tigers FC from 9.00am – 12 noon
  • Sat. 19th March @ Olympic FC from 9.00am – 12 noon
*** SKILL TRAINING coaching certificate (for U.9-13s)  Cost = $80        (14 hrs)
  • Sun. 28th Feb. & Sun. 6th March @ Holland Park FC from 9.00am – 4.00pm
  • Sun. 23rd and 30th October @ Oxley FC from 9.00am – 4.00pm
*** GAME TRAINING coaching certificate (for U.13-U.17s) Cost = $80
  • Sun. 13th & 20th March @ Annerley FC from 9.00am – 4.00pm
  • Sun. 6th & 13th Nov. @ Taringa Rovers FC from 9.00am-4.00pm
*** SENIOR COACHING certificate (for U.17s+) Cost = $80
  • Sun. 14th & 21st Feb. @ Olympic FC (Yeronga) from 9.00am – 4.00pm
  • Sun. 20th & 27th Nov. @ Olympic FC (Yeronga) from 9.00am – 4.00pm
For God Through Sport  
Tibor Hagymas
QCSA 2015 Director of Coaching
Email:  doc@qcsa.org.au 
Mobile: 0414 433 420
2015 Theme:-      “Build your Foundations and then Grow"
2014 Theme:-      “Purpose in your life"
2013 Theme:-      “Be Positive and Play Creative & Attacking Football"
2012 Theme:-       "Be the best that you can be!”    
2011 Theme:-       “Let the Kids PLAY”   

2015 QCSA Coaching Theme

  • QCSA 2015 Theme: “Build your Foundations and then Grow”  

    The House on the Rock
    47"Everyone who comes to Me and hears My words and acts on them, I will show you whom he is like: 48he is like a man building a house, who dug deep and laid a foundation on the rock; and when a flood occurred, the torrent burst against that house and could not shake it, because it had been well built. 49"But the one who has heard and has not acted accordingly, is like a man who built a house on the ground without any foundation; and the torrent burst against it and immediately it collapsed, and the ruin of that house was great."    {Luke 6:47}  

    The QCSA is an association for clubs who have provided positive, healthy competition for teams to play soccer (football) across many ages for over 45 years. From a handful of clubs, the association has grown and flourished and has changed gracefully, albeit with small increments instead of wholesale upheavals.  

    Why has the QCSA grown over these years?  

    Some of the answers can be found on the QCSA website titled, “About the QCSA”. The underlying factor that has been at the core of the association for over 45 years is that ‘the foundations have been laid on rock’.   

    Once the mission had been established, those who had been entrusted with leading the association over many years have implemented ideas to make the competition relevant in the current age, but were mindful of the ‘core’ mission of the association. In many ways, this is also evident in how a large number of QCSA clubs have provided for their players over the years and had guided them to their own individual version of the QCSA. For example, St Cat’s have a very informative Facebook page to communicate with their coaches & supporters. Please feel free to refer to their page and you will see how the mission of the club is communicated to their club members. Check out the “Goals of Grace’, their family values and the picture of the sign at a junior netball game.  

    St Cat’s aren’t the only team with such a resource, as well as club websites and club newsletters.  

    Of course, another valuable source of growth within the association is communicated via the QCSA Facebook pages. Tony Scarcella & Sue Peacock have utilised this medium to share with all ages the wonderful events happening in the association with pictures to tell the tale.  

    So, does growth only refer to the number of players increasing at your club? I would like to think not, as some of our long-standing clubs prefer to have a manageable number of teams, as in this way those responsible for maintaining the ethos of the club and the ethos of the QCSA. I would much prefer growth as a ‘maturity’ in a club in establishing the ‘rock’ – the solid foundation before embarking on a path to keep their club members enthusiastic and community minded.  

    How does this relate to my own team as a coach or manager?  

    Well, the message is to use the resources available to you to make the season positive and enjoyable for everyone associated with the team. Specific examples include:  

    Invite the players and their parents to a pre-season bbq and let the children get acquainted with each other. (Of course the parents get a chance to socialise & you can get some of your ideas out to the parents before the season begins. Note, listen to what the parents say and be mature enough to change some of your plans to cater for your clientele.)  
    Set a yearly coaching plan. (If you need any assistance, make sure you attend one of the numerous coaching clinics to be held in your zone from February – April.)  
    Work with your club committee and find out the club ethos and also the ethos of the QCSA. Please abide by the regulations and you will find that life will be a lot clearer and happier.  
    Show a positive example at all times at trainings and games and lead your team to respect referees, other players on both teams.  

    All in all, learn to work alongside and along with people and don’t get fooled that you know it all.  

    Remember, be patient (you must sow before you reap) and smile when your team will still have positive values and play to their best even when you’re not there on a weekend. That’s leaving a legacy!  

    To all coaches, players and supporters, I sincerely wish you a wonderful 2015 season! There will be occasional hiccups, but, if your team or club mission is built on ‘solid rock’, you will be able to adjust and regroup to continue the quest of playing to your very best, along with your friends and/or teammates, against opponents, in the QCSA.  

2014 QCSA Coaching Theme

Theme:-    “Having a Purpose in your Life"

Each year individuals, teams & clubs pursue goals they set at the beginning of a year (or sometimes after reflecting at the end of a season). In 2013, we had our themes as, “Be Positive and Play Creative & Attacking Football”. It surely was a season full of creativity and attacking football throughout all age-groups with goals and technical skills taking precedence over defensive tactics. By the way, it seems that the overall disciplinary aspects also improved with less yellow & red cards being given by the QCSRA referees, making the weekend of football a more pleasurable experience for most families.  

This leads me to the QCSA Theme for 2014: “Having a Purpose in Your Life”. The ideas for this theme/concept came from reading two wonderful books in the past few months. The first, “The meaning of Luck” by Steve Waugh - the former Australian Cricket Captain & a handy soccer player in his youth, and the second, “The Purpose Driven Life” by Rick Warren –a Pastor in a Christian Church. Incidentally, the latter book was given to me by Geoff Germain who coached his sons and grandsons in the QCSA over many years and was one of the key men who started up the Mega Sportz Camp over 15 years ago.  

The three key words that stem from having a purpose in your life are:  

 = Leadership / Relationships / Stewardship  

The club coach in the QCSA environment is a leader of their flock (team), and as such, has to have an ability to reach into the lives of others and bring warmth, support and reassurance in their interactions with their players.  

It is the building of relationships within the team, the club, with your opposing clubs, officials/referees, club and QCSA administrators. A journey is always better when it is shared.”  

Stewardship refers to servant leadership and this was certainly modelled by Jesus.  

So, as coaches at club, zone and State levels, we must endeavor to have a purpose in our coaching as the number one goal; it is not about focusing on winning premierships & medals, but to demonstrate positive relationships, hard work in learning about coaching and then putting this into practice at trainings, and persistence when there are temporary setbacks along the way.  

Finally, in your purpose for the year, be HOPEful, give TIME (planning & patience) and have an abundance of ENERGY. Some might say I haven’t got the skill or talent to coach/lead, but, God has given you the ability you just need to work at it with patience and perseverance.  

We are products of our past but we don’t have to be prisoners of it!”  

Over the many years of coaching experience the greatest compliment a player can give you is:  

“Are you going to coach us next year?”  

2013 QCSA Coaching Theme

2013 Theme:-    “Be Positive and Play Creative & Attacking Football"



By teaching children to enjoy training, giving their best effort in training & gams, & show positive attitude towards good sportsmanshp towards their own teammates & towards their opposing players.


Please note, the cost of attending a FFA accredited course is:-

Junior ($75 – 2 days) or Youth & Senior ($155 – 3 days)
 If you are interested in attending a course (Grassroots, Junior, Youth or Senior Licence FFA accredited coaching courses), please email me on doc@qcsa.org.au or phone me on 0414 433 420 and I will pass on details of how you can register.
If your club would like to host a coaching course please inform me asap.


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2012 QCSA Coaching Theme

2012 Theme:-      “Be the best that you can be!”      

    How?  Whether you play or coach, make sure you learn about your sport and practice, practice & practice!!! Don’t forget that football (soccer) is a team game, so you must learn to work with your teammates and coaches. Play the game hard & to the best of your ability but never forget to play fairly respecting teammates, opponents, officials and spectators. You may not be the best player, but, there are no excuses for not being a great sportsman & sportswoman.

                                                          GO for it!!!       


Qld team officials in 2013

Congratulations to all the officials for the Qld teams to compete at the Nationals in 2013.

Qld team officials 2012


Coach / Asst Coach / Manager for QCSA Qld 2012 Teams @ CFFA Nat’s in Brisbane



Coach/Asst Coach 2012



Senior Men




Don Weerheim (No Zone)

 Ian Bolt (S/East)




Jeanette Olive (North/Bapt)



Senior Women




Paul Janson (West)

John Hobbs (North/Bapt)




Sue Peacock (West)


U.18 Boys




Barry Cheetham (Sun.Cst)

Neale Smith (North/Bapt)



Christine Passlow (Sun.Coast)






Billie-Kay Kerle (Sun.Cst)

Eloise Woolstencroft (Nth)




Karen Bailey (S/East)






U.16B Chairman's XI



James Colefax (S/East)

Dale Dowler (Sun. Coast)


Sean Algate




Gayle Roome (Bapt/Nth)


Andrew Haddock








U.14B Chairman's XI



Anthony Costa (South/East)

Andy Cotgrove (North/Bapt)




Bernie Chan





Shaun Noffke (South/East)



Adam Biddles





Mentor of State Coaches in 2012:                Peter Smale [2011/12 QCSA President]


State G/K coach 2012:                                  Andrew Owens


DOC 2012(technical):                                   Tibor Hagymas


Rep Co-ord (QCSA SCM):                          Greg Olive



QCSA DOC Report for the 2012 season

With another season coming to an end we are in the midst of end of year celebrations, presentation nights, end of season parties and the joys of the Christmas period. Whilst work & play (football) are put to one side, the family takes an even greater focus as the birth of Jesus is celebrated by giving presents to your loved ones and friends. For some, there is an added bonus of extended holidays; although some families may not see this as a blessing! Similarly, players, club coaches and administrators review the year that’s been and with renewed spirit return next year with great plans to improve on the past year. So how did you go in QCSA’s 2012 theme of, “Be the best that you can be?” I too asked myself this but then went a step further and looked back over the past decade.

Looking back to 2003 when I was greeted by SCM members Kevin Bull (Chair), Graham Baldwin & Steve Lenthall with great trepidation, I still recall the question they asked me, “What service can you bring to the QCSA and improve on what has gone on previously?” It brought back memories of a famous quote from a past American President, John F Kennedy, “Don’t ask what America can do for you, instead, ask what you can do for America!” These are the tenets of my reflections over the past ten years, most of them glorious years that brought me in contact with many wonderful human beings and a richer “Christian understanding” of life.

So what has changed in those ten years, or remained the same in the QCSA? Some of the faces at the clubs in the association are still as active and hard-working as they were in 2003. The likes of Cliff Phillips and Andrew Jackson on the SCM, a number of referees, Don, Gordon, Werner et al, and a large number of club administrators and delegates actively working for their clubs and the many players who have played for these clubs. The values of these clubs and how to show respect for each other have remained unchanged whilst there have been many changes to rules, competitions etc. The Mega Sportz camp has been going a little over 10 years and still remains as strong as ever with John Mansfield & his three adult sons leading the charge in promoting healthy Christian living and playing football with friends the key message of their endeavours. A most pleasing aspect for me is that a number of young juniors had progressed from this camp and had now moved on to senior football (many of them at rep level) and are now beginning young families of their own.

The Sunshine Coast Challenge Cup and the Scenic Rim Cup have been great initiatives and have gone from strength to strength. The Grand finals at Redbank Plains Reserve have always been a great pleasure with the very best of the QCSA on display with football being only one aspect of this success. The State Titles at Redbank Plains also, with a couple of stints at the Sunshine Coast, are another highlight for those players, coaches and parents who take part in them.

I’ve genuinely enjoyed these moments over the past 10 years with the QCSA, especially in the relationships made with genuine people from as far south as Rathdowney, Boonah to the west and up to the northern tip of the Sunshine Coast. There have been weekends spent with over 1000 coaches who had completed FFA accredited coaching courses in that time and not to mention the thousands of coaches and players of all ages who have come along to the FREE coaching clinics over these years too. Many of these coaches had gone from being club coaches to zone coaches and then Qld state coaches over the years. I would like to thank all those clubs and their coaches who helped out and assisted me in the delivery of the coaching courses and themes but I’m sure they too were rewarded in their own way as the following bible verses express, “You reap what you sow.”

Over the years there has been a theme for each year whereby coaches and their respective clubs could focus on in their yearly plans. These have included:- * The joys of participating in soccer in a caring and Christian environment. * “Your mind is like a parachute. It works best if it is fully open.” * “Fair Play” and respect for diversity in the association.   * “You’ll never walk alone!” * “The true spirit of the QCSA.” * “Let the kids Play!”

But I’ll leave you with a summary of two of these themes from 2005 and 2007. Firstly, from “Ingredients for a Well-Adjusted Child in the 21st Century” the following quote may help us to understand in raising children in a safe and Christian environment and also give us a guide to the watchful eye of the SCM management over the association and is titled, “The Meanest Mother”.

“I had the meanest mother in the world. While other kids had lollies for breakfast, I had to eat cereal, egg and toast. While other kids had cans of drinks and lollies for lunch, I had to have a sandwich. As you can guess, my dinner was different from other kids too – as well as the food, we had to eat it at the table and not in front of the television. I am ashamed to admit it, but my mother had the nerve to break Child Labour laws. She made us work! We had to wash dishes, make our beds, and even learn how to cook. That woman must have stayed awake at nights just thinking up things for us kids to do. She always insisted that we tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

By the time we were teenagers, our whole life became even more unbearable. NO tooting the car horn for the girls in our family to come running. She embarrassed us by insisting that he boys come to the door and get us.

She really raised a bunch of squares. None of us kids were ever arrested for shoplifting, or busted for drugs, and who do we thank this for? You’re right, our mean mother. Every day we hear cries from politicians and every day folks what our country really needs. What our country really needs is more mean mothers like mine!” {Anonymous}

The second theme comes from a Christian leadership conference in the mid 2000’s.

As I sat in an auditorium of about 200 fellow Christians the guest speaker asked everyone to look under their seat and pick up and hold up a candle in front of them. He lit his own candle with the match and then turned off the lights in the auditorium. In almost complete darkness he moved to the next person and lit their candle with his candle. Each person then lit the next person’s candle until the auditorium was lit up by everyone’s candle shining brightly. To this the speaker calmly said, “By lighting the flame of other people’s candles you will be surprised to find your own candle flame will not diminish.”

Hopefully your candle is burning bright and you too are facilitating the growth of people that you are in contact with in your dealings with people in the QCSA, in other areas of your life and also amongst friends and families. God Bless.

For God Through Sport

Tibor Hagymas (QCSA Director of Coaching)

You'll Never Walk Alone

Teaching Values in the QCSA - A Good Coach

Let the Kids Play

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Ingredients for a Well-Adjusted Child in the 21st Century

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Plan, Work the Plan, Enjoy the Fruits of Your Labour

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