Bullcreek Leeming turns blue for worthy cause

Thursday, June 15, 2017 - 9:23 AM

On Saturday 3 June, the usual black and red seen at the Bullcreek Leeming Amateur Football Club turned to blue in support of non-profit organisation Beyond Blue. Beyond Blue address issues associated with depression, anxiety and related mental disorders.

The fundraiser held at Beasley Park aimed to raise $5,000 for Beyond Blue in its inaugural year, however the club ended up raising nearly double the intended target with around $9,000 raised.

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Around the Grounds- Round 9

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 - 10:21 AM

A Grade

West Coast defeated Curtin Uni Wesley by just three points to lift them further away from relegation position.

North Beach and Fremantle CBC continue to climb up the ladder with North Beach now sitting in second position and Fremantle CBC in third. North Beach gave University their first loss of the season with a five-point win while Fremantle CBC defeated bottom of the ladder Whitford by 79 points.

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WAAFL State U23’s go down in close contest

Friday, June 2, 2017 - 2:56 PM

The West Coast Eagles State U23 Amateur Team battled wet conditions on the Gold Coast as they came up against Queensland on Sunday.

The match was contested throughout with the margin never exceeding five points at every break. The wet conditions made it tough to get clean possession of the football as the rain continued to fall for the entire match.

Thomas Cuijpers kicked two goals for the WAAFL in the first quarter as they looked to be the better side early on. However, Queensland added 1.1 to 0.4 in the second quarter to leave the scores level at the main break.

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West Coast steal vital win over Wembley

Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 2:57 PM - by Sarah Mozley

Round 7 of the A-Grade season saw West Coast host Wembley at City Beach Oval in a close contest.

Both teams were desperate for a win as they sat near the bottom of the ladder, with Wembley on 0-1 and West Coast winless for the season.

It was West Coast that managed to remain dominant throughout most of the game, giving them the win despite a late surge from Wembley.

The final score of West Coast’s 12.7 (79) beating Wembley’s 10.9 (69) was a relief to West Coast supporters, who came down in strong numbers for an all-day club event.

The game opened with Wembley kicking the first few goals and dominating possession in their forward 50.

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Kelmscott- Barry Hall Fundraiser 7 July

Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 10:08 AM

Kelmscott Football Club are hosting former AFL Player Barry Hall on Friday 7 July at John Dunn Memorial Pavilion. 

Tickets are $30 and can be purchased from the club 9390 5400 or 0401 694 196. 

More information on the flyer below:

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Around the Grounds- Round 7

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 3:28 PM

A Grade

Sixth placed Fremantle CBC had a close match with third placed Scarborough at Millington Reserve. Fremantle CBC managed to win the match by five points to see them jump to third spot with 5 wins and 2 losses for the year. Matthew Battye kicked four goals for Fremantle CBC while Jordan Adamson-Holmes kicked three for Scarborough.

University defeated Trinity Aquinas by a convincing 58 points at Bill Grayden Reserve. The loss sees Trinity Aquinas slip to sixth position, the last time they were in sixth position was Round 10 2014.

West Coast recorded their first win of the season with a 10-point win over Wembley.

Other winners this week were North Beach over Whitford and Curtin Uni Wesley over Kalamunda.

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Bullcreek Leeming- Beyond Blue Fundraiser 3 June

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 2:48 PM

The Bullcreek Leeming AFC are holding it's inaugural Beyond Blue Fundraiser match against Melville on Saturday 3 June 2017. 

The event at Beasley Park, Leeming is hoping to raise $5,000 through raffles, auctions and donations from the public. 

You can donate on the day or via this online link: http://bit.ly/2ri48ke

For more information visit their event page on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2rztMSv

Coolbinia West Perth’s ‘Jacko’ celebrates game 400

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 2:09 PM

When Coolbinia West Perth player Joel Shirlow stepped onto the field last Saturday he clocked up his 400th WAAFL match.

Joel or ‘Jacko’ as he is known to his teammates started playing in the WAAFL “about 22 years ago” for the Osborne Districts J Grade side.

The backman has played in a range of grades from B Reserves, C Grade League and Reserves, J Grade and most recently E Grade. Since 2003 Jacko has played at least 15 games every season.

After being involved in many football matches Jacko received his first premiership medallion in last year’s Grand Final which saw the Coolbinia West Perth E3 side defeat Gosnells by 26 points.

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WAAFL defeat WACFL after nine year wait

Monday, May 29, 2017 - 11:01 AM

On Friday 26 May, the annual WA Amateur Football League v WA Country Football League match was held at Fremantle Oval.

The best under 23 year old players from across the WAAFL competition came up against the best open side from the WACFL.

On a night where the temperature dropped to 14 degrees the WACFL started fast with two goals on the board dominating the first half of the first quarter. It took eight and a half minutes for the WAAFL to kick their first goal which came from the boot of Thomas Cuijpers. With that they fought back to win the second half of the first quarter to trail by just seven points at quarter time.

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WAAFL v WACFL Team Lists

Thursday, May 25, 2017 - 10:31 AM

WA Amateur Football League v WA Country Football League

Friday 26 May, Fremantle Oval


Live Scores: http://bit.ly/2qpq09o



Team Lists Below:


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Around the Grounds- Round 6

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - 3:05 PM

A Grade

After beating Trinity Aquinas last week North Beach have again beaten a side higher on the ladder than them.

North Beach defeated Scarborough 13.6 (84) to 11.5 (71) to find themselves in second position. North Beach trailed at the end of the first and second quarters however their third quarter saw them kick five goals to two to lead by 14 points at three quarter time. Their third quarter efforts were enough to secure the victory with Nicolas Reid kicking three goals up forward for the tigers while Jesse Gribble kicked three for Scarborough.

Trinity Aquinas fell short against Fremantle CBC by six points. The loss drops Trinity Aquinas into fifth spot with positions 3 to six all sitting on four wins and two losses.

Kalamunda had a convincing win over West Coast at Ray Owen Reserve. The 64-point win pushes Kalamunda into four spot on the ladder.

University had a one point win over Curtin Uni Wesley while Wembley defeated Whitford to give them their first win of the season.

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North Beach scrapes past Scarborough in rainy battle + Video Highlights

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 10:07 AM - by Sarah Mozley

North Beach hosted Scarborough at Charles Riley Reserve for a tight contest in round six of the A-grade season.

With both sides starting the round on 4-1 and holding second and third position on the ladder, supporters from both teams came out in strong numbers to witness the close match.

Both sides proved their strength throughout the game, however it was North Beach that was able to be make an impact when it mattered most, walking away with a final score of 13.6 (84) to beat Scarborough’s 11.5 (71).

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Curtin Uni Wesley’s Pink Tiger Day continues its success

Thursday, May 18, 2017 - 2:52 PM

The Curtin University Wesley Football Club held it's 7th Annual Pink Tiger Day on Saturday, 13th May at South Oval.

The event in support of The McGrath Foundation raised $40,000 which takes the total over seven years to more than $230,000 raised.

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

The A Grade team wear specially designed pink jumpers for their match as spectators enjoy food, drinks, entertainment and a fundraising auction in Ladies and Men’s marquees.

This year the club was fortunate to have Tracy Bevan founder of The McGrath Foundation join them for the day. Tracy, who flew over from Sydney especially for the event, spoke to the crowd about breast cancer awareness, the formative years of the Foundation and the ongoing achievements of this incredible organisation. They are currently funding the services of 113 full time breast care nurses across Australia, with a target to more than double this in the coming years.

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Around the Grounds- Round 5

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - 4:02 PM

A Grade

North Beach recorded their fourth win of the season last Saturday with a win over the reigning premiers Trinity Aquinas. North Beach led at every break but it was their second quarter efforts which allowed them to take the four points. North Beach kicked seven goals straight in the second quarter with Trinity Aquinas only managing seven behinds to leave them trailing by 38 points at half time. North Beach are now sitting in third position on the ladder by percentage over Trinity Aquinas who are in fourth.

West Coast led at every break but unfortunately couldn’t hold on to their lead as University managed an eleven-point victory. West Coast are now sitting 0-5 while University are unbeaten this season.

Scarborough, Kalamunda and Curtin Uni Wesley were the other winners in Round 5.

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Uni steal win from West Coast in final quarter surge + Video Highlights

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - 2:00 PM - by Sarah Mozley

Uni travelled to City Beach Oval to take on West Coast in a feisty contest for round five of the A-grade season.

A luckless West Coast were expected to be handed a thumping from a strong Uni side, as they were yet to win a game this season while Uni were entering the round on 4-0, putting them at the top of the ladder.

However, it was West Coast who dominated the first half and they managed to hold the lead for the first three quarters, but Uni managed to gain control in the last term giving them a final score of 9.13 (67) to beat West Coast’s 8.8 (56).

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