Happy New Year
Updated: Jan 22
Well what a year 2020 was......
Whilst this year presented numerous challenges there were still some absolutely fantastic moments and we shouldn't forget that. It was a season without precedent, from an operational and personal point of view for all of us. It was also a year of unprecedented community spirit and that's an amazing thing.
“..A year of unprecedented community spirit and that's an amazing thing...”
As a Club, we gew ever larger while growing closer. We expanded our number of teams to 14 which is a Club record and this was inclusive of an increasing girls program with the participation up almost 100%. Overall the Club was an incirease in playing numbers and in 2021 we exect to double our girls numbers again with the hope of fielding four teams in the local competition and our Youth Teams will grow from five to a minimum of seven teams.
Our outgoing Club President, Ross Condo, took out the East Perth District Volunteer of the Year.
Latrell Morgan was the Fairest and Best Player in the Central Conference Year 9s.
We took out the East Perth District Modifieds Club of the Yea (Years 3 - 6) following on form the same award for Auskik the year before.
We launched our first ever Indigenous jersey, designed by 10 year old player Paige PEarce and the girls featured int he newspaper, twice.
The Year 5 - 6 GIrls won the award for WA Football REturn to Play photo cmopetition.
The Year 7 - 8 Girls were also recognised for their outstanding contriobution to sportsmanship, with their signed footballs they presented to the opposition players that played int he best spirit of the game.
We raised over $500 for Sock it to Sarcoma in our charity round. This was the 3rd largest for the Clubs in the Central Conference.
3 players gained life membership for playing 150 games at the Club (Luke Lombardi, CHris Smyth and Addan Peters).