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The Toowoomba Raiders Football Club is an Australian football (soccer) club from Toowoomba, Queensland. The club was formed in 1996, and currently have teams in the Brisbane Premier League Division 1 league. They finished 12th in 2010, however despite only being 1 place above the drop zone, they did have a 22-point buffer ahead of The Gap FC

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