|Team||Best & Fairest||Coach's Award|
|U10 Blue||Elijah Roff||Tobias Martin|
|U10 Green||Lucas Pavic||Philip Scaria|
|U10/2A White||Ewan Hyde||Adam Hannan|
|U10 Orange||Noel Bartone||Aidan Rothenfluh|
|U11 Blue||Thomas Stuparich||Daniel Rippon|
|U11 Green||Cooper Taprell…|
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Mike Sarah, a Marist dad and team manager for many years, was the brains behind the …
Our Marist First XI defeated a spirited St Edmunds First XI 5–2 for the MARSEC Shield last Sunday 8 April, at St Edmund's College.
Marist were forced to dig deep all match after conceding two goals within 10 minutes. Showing maturity and enormous discipline, they slowly worked their way back …
Here is what we ask of parents and boys on Marist teams. These things create a great team:
- Never question the referee's decision and never yell anything negative towards the referee. If there is a serious issue with the refereeing, the coach will have a discussion with them.
- Only ever offer …
There have been updates to the Football Exemption Policy and the Grading Policy, respectively, which are particularly important for students who wish to be considered for Marist First XI team eligibility in 2019.
Please read and understand these documents if you are a player, or the …
Membership of Marist Canberra Football Club is open to all students of Marist College. Marist Canberra Football welcomes new and returning players for the winter season early in the school year. All players must register through the online system, generally in the first fortnight of Term 1, before …
Capital Football has put together a Concussion Recognition Tool to assist coaches and officials on game day in recognising and managing concussion on a sporting field.
Marist College Canberra Football Club participates in the Entertainment Books fundraiser. The club receives an amount for every book sold. The 2018 Entertainment Book is now available. With tons of discounts and savings on restaurants, cafes, attractions, activities, shops and hotels, it's good for …
Rebel Sport scheme pays dividends
Thanks to all players and parents who used the Rebel Sport Support your Sport scheme in 2013. From the credits accumulated through the scheme last year, Marist Canberra Football Club will be able to replenish some of our equipment for 2014, in particular to …
Please note that the scheme will continue in 2014. All you need to do to participate (online or at the local store) is join the Rebel Season Pass loyalty program. Then, every time you purchase anything at Rebel Sport, remember to swipe your rebel Season Pass , and the club will start accumulating …
Parents who intend to be involved with the club this year in any capacity, such as coach, manager, etc, will be required to comply with the ACT Government's new requirements for Working with Vulnerable People Registration. Please see our relevant policy for further detail.
The Rebel Sport loyalty program, rebel active, is an important contributor to our club's finances, and we encourage all members to join it: each time you purchase anything at Rebel, the club receives 5 % of your purchases, and these funds are regularly used to buy new balls and other equipment. …