Jandakot undefeated across three grades

Monday, May 21, 2018 - 3:15 PM

21 Wins.

That’s the number of wins Jandakot have reached already this season with their league, reserves and colt’s sides all remaining undefeated so far in 2018.

Their league side haven’t just been claiming the four points they have won all their matches by 44 points or more to give them a handy percentage as well.

Their biggest win of the season so far came in round four with a 172-point thrashing of bottom placed Armadale.

For a team who finished sixth on the ladder last season with just eight wins, the side would be impressed at the way they have started this season.

The club’s reserves side finished as minor premiers in 2017 however they went on to lose the Grand Final by just four points. They started the 2017 season with ten straight wins to their name with the side already adding some big wins early in 2018.

They have also managed to defeat last year’s premiers Osborne Park by a comfortable 50 points.

The Laurie Keene Colts had a successful 2017 season which saw them take out the premiership in the West Coast Eagles Colts division.

They made it through the entire 2017 home and away season without a loss and have continued that form into the new year. Their only loss last year was in the semi-final which means they currently have an impressive winning record having won 25 of their past 26 games.

Both the league and reserves sides will face Coolbellup this Saturday who are currently sitting in fourth (C4) and seventh (C4R) while the Laurie Keene Colts face sixth placed Dianella Morley at Dianella Open Space.


Jandakot League, Reserves and Colts 2018 Results so far






Manning by 64

Manning by 53

Mosman Park by 7


Cockburn Lakes by 68

Cockburn Lakes by 138

Manning by 68


Yanchep by 94

Yanchep by 96

High Wycombe by 19


Armadale by 172

Armadale by 107

Cobras by 42


Cobras by 44

Cobras by 35

Warnbro Swans by 74


Osborne Park by 62

Osborne Park by 50

Ocean Ridge by 4


Wanneroo by 111

Wanneroo by 54

Secret Harbour by 35




2018 Integrated State Team Announced

Friday, May 18, 2018 - 3:22 PM

Congratulations to the below players selected for the team to participate in the 2018 AFL National Inclusion Carnival in Launceston. 


Training will continue on Monday nights at Hamer Park, Second Avenue, Mt Lawley.  Players are asked to arrive no earlier than 5.15pm for a 5.30pm start.



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Curtin Uni Wesley break through 250K mark at Pink Tiger Day

Friday, May 18, 2018 - 12:59 PM

Now in its eighth year the ‘Pink Tiger Day’ held annually by the Curtin University Wesley Football Club has now raised more than $270,000 for the McGrath Foundation.

This year Pink Tiger Day was held on Saturday 12th May raising $42,000 for the foundation supported by major sponsor Shakespeare Partners as well as a host of other sponsors and donors.

Over 250 guests filled ladies and men’s marquee’s which included food, drinks and entertainment as master of ceremonies Nat Locke from Nova FM kept the day flowing.

The Curtin University Wesley A Grade side also wore specially designed pink guernseys for their clash against Fremantle CBC.

Breast cancer survivor Nicole Gray shared her story as Tracy Bevan, founder of The McGrath Foundation was also present.

Pink Tiger Day continues to be the largest fundraiser for The McGrath Foundation by any community sports club, Australia wide.

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Coolbinia’s ‘Stimpy’ reaches 300 games

Thursday, May 17, 2018 - 1:49 PM

Coolbinia Amateur Football Club stalwart Renard (Renny) Haslinger will celebrate his 300th amateur game this Saturday 19th May at Coolbinia Oval #2.

Haslinger, or as he is more affectionally known around the club as ‘Stimpy’ started his amateur career in 1994 at Redcliffe AFC (now Belmont Districts). In 1996, Stimpy moved across to Coolbinia pre-merger club Osborne Districts in what was a kick start for a long-playing career. Since then, Stimpy has been a mainstay for the Club, despite attempting to retire many times.

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Brentwood Booragoon to raise funds for mental health

Thursday, May 17, 2018 - 9:40 AM

On Saturday 19 May the Brentwood Booragoon Football Club will be hosting a charity match in support of The Black Dog Institute.

The Black Dog Institute aims to improve the lives of people affected by depression, bipolar disorder and suicide through research, education and training.

This is the first year the Brentwood Booragoon Football Club have held a charity event to raise funds for mental health issues. The club celebrates their 40th anniversary this year and given the significance of this occasion they wanted to give back to the community.

The date was chosen in conjunction with the WA Amateur Football League’s Men’s Health Round with the club aiming to raise awareness that the high rates of mental health and male suicide coinsides with men's health issues.

The players will be wearing a specially designed guernsey which incorporates the club’s traditional colours of blue, red and white along with the colour black to represent the Black Dog Institute as well as their logo. The club commented that “Many designs were drafted and put to the playing group, in the end we feel this design best represents the club, the players and the charity”

The club will also be awarding best on ground medals ‘The Stackpole & Mark Siden Medals’ named after two life members.

The charity match will be played at Karoonda Park, Booragoon against Belmont Districts with the reserves at 12.35pm and league at 2.30pm.

Lynwood Ferndale’s Adam Shaw celebrates game 300

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 2:08 PM

On Saturday 19 May Lynwood Ferndale C2 Reserves player Adam Shaw will celebrate his 300-game milestone.

Adam started playing junior football for the Lynwood Ferndale Junior Football Club when he was six years old, playing around 167 games.

In 1990 the Lynwood Ferndale Junior Football Club amalgamated with the Lynwood Ferndale Amateur Football Club where Adam has been ever since.

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Cockburn Cobras Reunion

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 12:18 PM

Calling all past players, members, officials and supporters who have been a part of the Cockburn Football Club and the Cockburn East Fremantle Football Club dating back to the 1961.

The Cockburn Football Club will be holding its annual reunion on Saturday 19th May at Davilak Reserve starting from 2pm.

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Kingsley gain confidence in their new grade

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 - 4:24 PM

After being elevated from C1 last season, Kingsley have wasted no time proving they are a real contender in the B Grade competition.

The Kingsley Cats spent five years in C1 before finishing the 2017 season as minor premiers with only three losses.

They have continued that form into 2018 and now find themselves as the only team in B Grade to remain undefeated this season after six rounds.

Kingsley will be gaining some confidence in their form with wins over 2017 preliminary finalists North Fremantle, semi-finalists Swan Athletic, C1 Premiers Thornlie as well as 2017 A Grade sides West Coast and Whitford.

This is the second consecutive year the side has been coached by former Fremantle Dockers player Antoni Grover who currently holds a 21- 3 win/loss record across his two seasons in charge.

This Saturday 19 May Kingsley face fifth placed Collegians at Kingsley Park.

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Scarborough & Fremantle CBC off to the perfect start in 2018

Monday, May 7, 2018 - 2:49 PM

Scarborough and Fremantle CBC have jumped to the top of the A Grade ladder after five rounds.

Both teams remain undefeated so far in season 2018 with Scarborough taking the top spot by percentage only.

The teams are two wins clear of third placed University with North Beach (4th) and Wanneroo (5th) also two wins behind the ladder leaders.

Scarborough haven’t had the easiest run either having already faced 2017 semi-finalists University and 2017 grand finalists North Beach.

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33 players continue to the next stage of the State Colts Program

Friday, May 4, 2018 - 9:57 AM

Congratulations to the below players selected to advance into the next stage of training for the West Coast Eagles State Amateur Colts squad. 

Training will continue on Wednesday’s at Hamer Park in Mt Lawley, 5:30pm arrival for a 6:00pm start. 

Any players who were not selected are welcomed to seek feedback from Steve Healy on 0437489400.

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WAAFL State U23's Program- Round 2 Invites

Wednesday, May 2, 2018 - 3:17 PM

The following players are invited to attend this years State Under 23’s Program. These players have been identified by either their coach, club official, state coaching scout or other WAAFL official.

A squad of 22 players will be chosen from this program to represent the WAAFL in a clash with the VAFA Under 23s in Melbourne on 7th July 2018.

Training will start at 630pm every Wednesday night from 9th May through to the 4th July at City Beach Oval.

If you have any questions about the program please contact:

Clint Testa
WAAFL State Under 23s Head Coach
M: 0407 470 797

Around the Grounds- Round 4

Wednesday, May 2, 2018 - 2:44 PM

A Grade

There were some big percentage boosting wins for a few A Grade clubs in round four with Scarborough defeating Kalamunda by 100 points, Trinity Aquinas defeated A Grade newcomers Wanneroo by 105 points and University defeated Wembley by 64 points.

In the other remaining matches North Beach defeated Curtin Uni Wesley 12.10 (82) to 6.5 (41). Curtin Uni Wesley took the lead early in the match to lead by two goals at quarter time. The margin was only 15 points in favour of North Beach at three quarter time, however a four-goal performance in the final quarter sealed the win for North Beach.

It was a close match at Morris Buzzacott Reserve with Fremantle CBC holding on to secure a two-point win over Kingsway. Jacob Green kicked four goals for Fremantle CBC as they remain undefeated in season 2018.

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Nairn, Regan and Streeton celebrate significant umpiring milestones

Tuesday, May 1, 2018 - 10:08 AM

Over the past four rounds three umpires have clocked up significant umpiring milestones, Brad Nairn (600 Games), Graham Regan (400 Games) and David Streeton (300 games).

The WAAFL congratulates Brad, Graham and David on their milestones. 

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WAAFL State U23's Program- Invited Players

Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 3:11 PM

The following players are invited to attend this years State Under 23’s Program. These players have been identified by either their coach, club official, state coaching scout or other WAAFL official.

A squad of 22 players will be chosen from this program to represent the WAAFL in a clash with the VAFA Under 23s in Melbourne on 7th July 2018.

Training will start at 630pm every Wednesday night from 9th May through to the 4th July at City Beach Oval.

If you have any questions about the program please contact:

Clint Testa
WAAFL State Under 23s Head Coach
M: 0407 470 797


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Integrated State Player Nominations

Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 10:34 AM

The Integrated competition is sending a state team to the AFL National Inclusion Carnival in Tasmania from the 18th to 23rd June 2018.

An invitation is extended to all WAAFL Clubs with Integrated Football Teams or Clubs yet to establish an Integrated Team but have players who may meet criteria to nominate them to attend the State Trials. 

Please send all nominations in by the 4th May. 

Please direct any enquiries regarding the WA Integrated State Team Trials to head coach James Matkovich- james.matkovich@gmail.com


The nomination form can be found here: 

WAAFL Integrated Football State Player Nomination