BRIGHT FUTURE: The future of the Dalby Devils is in good hands as Captain Brayden Falvey and Vice Captain Wil Brady take on leadership positions for next season.
BRIGHT FUTURE: The future of the Dalby Devils is in good hands as Captain Brayden Falvey and Vice Captain Wil Brady take on leadership positions for next season. Emily Bradfield

Devils celebrate season end

AS THE rugby league season draws to a close for another year, the Dalby Devils gathered to celebrate their success.

Spirits were high at the annual presentation evening coming off the back of the under-14s premiership victory last week.

Hard workers and high achievers within the club were recognised, as well as highlighting the club's achievements throughout the year including rep players, carnival wins and the first ever girl's rugby league teams for Dalby.

The TJRL introduced a girl's competition this year with a group of keen local girls putting in the hard yards at Friday night competitions over the season. Coaches of both the U14 and U17 girl's sides said the competition was a success with hopes to strengthen and expand for next year's competition.

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Farewelling the club's oldest cohort, the under-16s, was also high on the priority list as the boys swapped footy shorts for a shirt and tie for the fourth annual U16s presentation dinner.

As the young players say goodbye to their days playing for the Devils and make the shift to senior footy, the future of the club is in strong hands as the next generation of Devils take over.

2019 Dalby Devils captain Keanu Wright-Dunrobin passed the flag to next year's leaders, Captain Brayden Falvey and Vice Captain Wil Brady.

Brayden said he is looking forward to the year ahead as captain, admitting he was pleasantly surprised to get the call up. He has plans to bring the club closer together with a focus on mates having fun and playing footy together.

"I just want to make everyone feel like this is a family club and just get everyone together and play football for the fun,” he said.

"I hope next year is all good, as captain I hope to have fun and do everything I can for the club along the way.”


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