Being a part of the local community and supporting clubs, teams & schools where our customers, staff and children go is very important to us. Read more about the organisations and clubs we support below.


GPS Rugby

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GPS is one of the oldest clubs in Queensland rugby, tracing its heritage back to the Past Grammar club formed in 1887. It’s home since 1977 has been Ashgrove Sports Ground.

The GPS club exists to promote and foster excellence and enjoyment in the ‘running game’ of Rugby Football…and, in so doing, assist the progress of members along the broader pathway of life.

Go to the GPS Rugby website

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GPS Members In-store discount conditions

  • 1 transaction per member

  • GPS Rugby Members Card must be presented at time of purchase

  • Transactions must be under $300 (maximum discount equal to $30)

  • Discount does not include purchases/part payments of Pool Services, Pumps, Filters, Pool Cleaners or account payments.

  • Cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount offer


The Gap Football Club

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Originally The Gap Pastime Club, founded in 1955. In 1958/59 a concerted effort by Oliver Twist and solicitor Arch Rowlands resulted in the Brisbane City Council securing the land at Walton Bridge and granting The Gap Pastime Club a lease in 1959. The land known as Walton Bridge Reserve.

The new club chose the colours of gold and purple from the suburb name (GAP – gold and purple) and still uses these colours today for all uniforms. On 18 October 1990, The Gap Pastime Club was incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act 1981.

Go to The Gap Football Club website


Jets Touch Football

A highly decorated touch football team with members including Luke and Carl from Rode Pools. Teams competing against the Jets know a loss is inevitable and that more space will be taken up in the trophy cabinet for the Jets.

Assisted by the support of the high tech sportswear brand Zerovison, this team is synonymous with Victory, Power, Speed, bad moustaches and sarcasm.


Windsor Royals Baseball

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Officially established in 1955, The Windsor Royals is one of Queensland’s oldest and most successful baseball clubs. The club caters for baseball players of all ages from 5 year olds to senior leagues, and includes skill development for all levels and high performance programs with teams competing in both social and competitive baseball leagues both locally and in premier state competitions.

Currently they have over 200 members with teams playing in the Greater Brisbane Baseball Competition.

The Club boasts the most Queensland Baseball Club Championships with 18, and the most Queensland Baseball GBL Major League Championships with 12. The club has won the Club Championship for the past 5 seasons, and the Major League Championship for the past 2.

In the past 10 seasons the Club has been fortunate to have almost every junior and senior team make the playoffs every year, with many teams winning grand finals.

Go to the Windsor Royals Baseball website


Mitchelton Football Club

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Mitchelton Football Club has been a significant team in the Brisbane football community since 1920.

They cater for players of all ages, genders, and abilities, with around 1,400 active playing members kicking a ball at the club.

Located at Teralba Park on Osborne Road in Mitchelton, Queensland.

Go to Mitchelton Football Club website


Brothers Rugby League

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Brothers first fielded teams in the Brisbane Junior Rugby League competition in 1935 and the Junior Club was formed in 1945 to administer and foster junior teams in the Past Brothers Club.

In 2005 they transferred their full time home ground to Gibson Park on Stafford Road in Stafford, where they have trained for the past thirty (30) years. It has upgraded the facilities to a level that has seen it become one of the better sporting arenas on Brisbane's north side.

Go to Brothers Junior Rugby League website


Ferny Hills Rams

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OZTAG is a non-tackling game with limited contact and the rules are designed to encourage passing, catching, tagging, evasive and kicking. It's played over two 20 minutes periods with eight players from each team on the field - 70m x 50m (half a soccer/Rugby field).

OZTAG can be enjoyed by male, female and mixed teams of all athletic abilities from the ages of 6 – 60.

If you're interested in playing OZTAG with the Ferny Hills Rams click below.

Go to the Ferny Hills Rams website | Go to their Facebook page


The Gap Gators Swimming Club

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The Gap State School Amateur Swimming Club (known as The Gap Gators) has a long and proud history since forming in 1968 when families banded together to raise money to have the pool built on the current site at The Gap State School where over 50 years of active swimming and competition by children from The Gap community has taken place.

Go to The Gap Gators Swimming Club website


Somerset Hills State School

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Somerset Hills State School is a small, fully inclusive primary school with outstanding facilities, and staff who cater for the educational and social needs of all students.

Located on Kitchener Road in Stafford Heights, the students strive to ‘be kind, work hard and present proudly’. The staff focus on calm and organised learning, utilising consistent practices and intentional collaboration; always striving for success for EVERY student.

Go to the Somerset Hills State School website


Wilston Grange Gorillas

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Wilsron GrangeFounded 1945 and play at Hickey Park, Babarra St, Stafford. Their motto is "Victory through unity" (victores per unitem) and they wear red, white and blue stripes.

The club aims to play football and be successful at the highest level available (both juniors and seniors) and to have a good social agenda.

Go to the Gorillas Website | Follow them on Facebook