Adelaide Dragons hosted a Momo and Movie evening on 11 June in Salisbury. The event was organized as part of fund raising activities to help club members travel to Brisbane to participate in the interstate football carnival early next month. The two teams of Adelaide Dragons have so far received financial and material support from City of Playford, Multicultural Youth SA and ARA Jobs. They are looking for support from other councils and private companies.
Over audience were served hot and fresh momo along with screening of Nepali movie Batuli.
In the mean time, reports from Brisbane say preparation for the carnival are in full swing. All together 8 clubs from different states are competing.
According to information given by Parshu Luitel from Melbourne, preparation for the event is going in full swing in the state as well. Newly formed Bhutanese Organisation in Australia has helped local Bhutanese club Thunder Dragon FC to associate with Hume City Football club. Under the agreement, the Bhutanese club will service there as ball boy in return for free soccer ground, free coach, free uniforms and access to benefits of Football Federation VIC. Kubir Khanal and Khagen Acharya are coordinating the footballers.
The Melbourne team recently played friendly march with Albury/Woodunga team. The club managed to reach semi final in a local football tournament organized by Banksia Gardens where Bhutanese goal keeper Dhan Nepal was judged the best goal keeper. The club also played in a interstate match hosted by Nepalese football club Yeti recently. Centre of Multicultural Youth is sponsoring their travel to Brisbane.