Competition Dwindles

In the early 1930s, local competition continued to run, with new clubs such as The Glasshouse Mountains forming. However, by 1935, there is no evidence from newspapers of the time that the North Coast Football Association and its competition still existed. Instead, it appears that some clubs (such as the Glasshouse club) continued to play matches on a social basis throughout the latter half of the 1930s.

These notes are drawn from those written by Mark Pringle. Read more about football in the Sunshine Coast during the 30s.