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2015 Northern Conference Fairest and Best Vote Count - results

Friday, September 18, 2015 - 11:27 AM

The 2015 Northern Conference Fairest and Best Vote Count was held on Monday 7th September at Medibank Stadium. 

More than 300 people attended over the duration of the evening which celebrated football excellence in the Year 8 - Year 12 Northern Conference Competitions.

Vote Count summaries by age group are available for viewing below:

 

 

 

Year 8 Maroon

Year 8 Blue

Year 8 Red

Year 8 Gold

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Hamersley Carine B Grade Premiers

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 - 3:10 PM

Hamersley Carine Hawks Premiers

Hamersley Carine have been crowned premiers in the B Grade Amateurs competition after beating Scarborough in a close low scoring tough contest by 1 point, 7.7 49 to 7.6.48.

Hamersley Carine had finished 5th at the end of the regular season and had to do it the long way round to make the big day. It all started when they got over the line in a close encounter against Swan Athletic, with wayward Read More [+]

Coastal Titans Premiers

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 - 10:11 AM

Coastal Titans outrun Swan Districts to claim their sixth premiership in ten years.

The Coastal Titans have continued their dominance of the League competition with their four goal victory over Swan Districts in Read More [+]

Junior Grand Finals Action

Friday, September 11, 2015 - 5:51 PM

Congratulations to all teams that have earnt their spot in this weekends Claremont, Subiaco and West Perth Junior Football Leagues and Northern Conference Grand Finals.

The information provided below was correct at time of publish. Please check the fixtures page within the website for up-to-date information.

While our teams are excited on their achievements at progressing to the 2015 Finals series our umpires are also being rewarded for their dedication, umpiring skills and knowledge of the laws of our game. In the same way our footballers train and develop their skills; our umpires train hard to improve their umpiring skills. While on the field this weekend remember to recogise and thank the hard working umpires. 

Please note: a $2.00 entry fee will be charged at all ground venues which is inclusive of a 2015 Grand Final Program.

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Social Media Safety

Thursday, July 30, 2015 - 1:51 PM

Using Social Media to promote your club is a great way to utilise new digital communication technologies, but clubs need to be sure they, and their members, are using it appropriately. 

Staying safe online and especially on social media, has never been a bigger concern for individuals and organisations alike – including local football clubs.

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Local Footy - A No Brainer For Us!

Thursday, July 16, 2015 - 1:46 PM - by Sharon Baird

As a family, we are in our infancy in terms of our footy sideline journey. With a two year old daughter and a six year old son, we have many years of organized (and not-so-organized) sport ahead of us.

As keen competitors ourselves, we never imagined that being track-side, court-side, pool-side, pitch-side or field-side could bring so much responsibility – and joy! We have always been an active, sport loving and Read More [+]

A Parent's Role in the NAB AFL Auskick Program

Wednesday, July 1, 2015 - 11:21 AM

The owners of a pint-sized tyro who can already kick, mark and handball will burst with pride as other parents notice the prodigy they have been developing.

Conversely the embarrassment is obvious on the faces of the owners of a child who battles with the skills and is clearly not as advanced as the other children.

A parent in the latter group will ask themselves whether they have been Read More [+]

Lions Celebrate District Dreaming Round

Thursday, June 18, 2015 - 9:59 AM

Following on from a very successful Indigenous Round in the AFL, the Subiaco District will be celebrating District Dreaming Round, during Round 7 of the junior competition at Barry Britton Reserve in Balga this Sunday 21 June 2015.

District Dreaming (formally District Dreamtime) is a celebration of Indigenous Culture, and an acknowledgement of the contributions from both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians to our great game of Australian Rules football. It is also an opportunity to continue Read More [+]