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Team Announcement: Round 22

6:19pm  Aug 16, 2018

SUNS TV: Kim & Clive's Story

11:54am  Aug 16, 2018

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Team Announcement: Round 22

There have been four changes to the side to take on the Brisbane Lions in QClash16 this week.

6:24pm  Aug 16, 2018

Thank You Round - Round 22

At Saturday night’s QClash16 meeting between Gold Coast and Brisbane, the SUNS will be showing appreciation for our 2018 members.

4:33pm  Aug 16, 2018

Fagan gives Dew belief

First-year SUNS coach Stuart Dew doesn’t have to look far for proof success isn’t far away.

3:50pm  Aug 16, 2018

Steven May Tribunal Decision

goldcoastfc.com.au  May 14, 2018 5:42 PM

The Gold Coast SUNS confirm captain Steven May has been found not guilty of intentional contact with an umpire, following an AFL Tribunal hearing on Monday night. 

May has been fined $1,000 for careless umpire contact. 

As a result the SUNS captain will be available to travel to China for the Round 9 match with Port Adelaide.

May was charged with making intentional contact with umpire David Harris during the second quarter of the Gold Coast SUNS match against Melbourne in Round 8. He was referred directly to the Tribunal without the option to accept an early plea.

Following the decision May thanked the Tribunal for a fair hearing. 

"It was never my intention to make contact with umpire Harris," May said following the decision. 

"It's unfortunate contact was made, it's not an example I want to set for junior footballers across the country."