KEEN SIX: Warwick players Emma, Alex and Kaitlyn Newley, Jack Beveridge, George Greenaway and Alex Haley after the Wolves carnival this season.
KEEN SIX: Warwick players Emma, Alex and Kaitlyn Newley, Jack Beveridge, George Greenaway and Alex Haley after the Wolves carnival this season. Gerard Walsh

Wolves football stars set to wrap up huge season

FOOTBALL: Saturday will be grand final in the Warwick District Football Association at Queens Park.

Association president Cameron Davey said the highlight of the day would be the premier grand final game between Foodworks and Urban Mist at 10.30am.

"We will play a friendly in the premier grade between Danny Lyons Sports and Rob Lyons Concreting at 8.30am,” Davey said.

"There will be games for all players and entertainment for children, including a jumping castle and face painting. Warwick Nice Cream has donated a free ice-cream to every junior player.

"All competitions have run smoothly this season and been competitive.

"I am grateful for the support of the coaches of the 40 teams.”

The four teams in the 12 years age group will play a round robin on Saturday.

Junior presentations will be after each age group on Saturday at Queens Park.

Davey said the association was keen to restart a women's team in Football Toowoomba fixtures.

"There is always interest in fielding a women's team and we would welcome any prospective players to email

registrations@warwick wolves.com.au with their contact details.

"We will again field a 16/17 years team and hope to field two men's field in 2019,”

See photos of junior premier teams later in week



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