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CBC Leading The Way In Diversity

Thursday, February 9, 2017 - 3:04 PM

In 2016 Northlake Senior Campus’s Intensive English Centre (ICE) took part in a 6 week Welcome to AFL program run by the WAFC. 17 boys were involved in the program and came from a range of different backgrounds including Myanmar, Zimbabwe and Sudan. 

Following the success of the program last year, 6 of the boys aged between 17- 21, showed a keen interest to join a local community AFL club in season 2017.

CBC President Brad Stirling was very excited to hear about these boys and along with WAFC met with the school to make the transition from school programs to club football as easy as possible for the boys. He knew this was a great opportunity to add new diverse players to the club.

Paul and his coaches hosted the first session last night at Moris Buzzacott Reserve (CBC Home ground). They all finished the evening with a smile on their faces and an excited thought of what the future can hold for them. 

Metro South Night Fields Program

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 - 1:30 PM

The WA Football Commission NightFields Program was originally created as a diversionary activity for at-risk youth in the South East corridor of Perth. 

The program was initially developed utilising football activities to engage youth on Friday nights and detract them from anti-social behaviour.

As the program grew the WAFC engaged more program partners to assist in further development and delivery of activities. These partners include Save the Children, YMCA, PCYC, WA Police, Hope Services, Head Space and a number of LGAs. The NightFields sessions are now also run as multi-sport activities through partnerships with the WACA, Netball WA, Touch Rugby, Football West and Basketball WA. 

On Wednesday January 18, Metro South and our partners ran a successful Night Fields program at Gwynne Park, Armadale, with a turn out of just under 100 enthusiastic participants.

To date, the NightFields program has reached more than 1000 youth aged 6 – 18 and currently has more than 8 centres operating across the calendar year.

The following link highlights the success of the NightFields program run in Kwinana:

The program aims to:

  • Have a positive outlet for local youth to engage with during the school holidays.
  • Introduce local youth to a variety of sports available locally to get involved with.
  • If successful this event may become a regular event in school holiday periods.

Come down and try it out!

Young people aged 6 – 16 are invited to take part in these FREE sessions and have the opportunity to take part in all sports of offer. 

After registration, the program will see participants grouped according to age and able to take part in all sports on a rotation system. Food and drink is provided at each centre. 

Sports on offer at various centres include: football, cricket, touch rugby, soccer, netball and basketball.

Current Centres in Metro South

  • Kwinana
  • Willagee
  • Brentwood
  • Mandurah
  • Southlake


Wednesday, August 10, 2016 - 12:07 PM

Calling all future footy stars of the Leda/Wellard region!  For the next 6 weeks, we are running a FREE after-school Auskick program for 5-8 year olds!  It will be at Wellard Oval (next to Peter Carnley School) every Tuesday, from 3:30-4:30pm.  All participants will receive a FREE football and water bottle!  For more details, see the attached flyer.  To register, follow this link:

West Coast to Attend Another South Fremantle Holiday Clinic

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 11:10 AM

After the huge success in April with the South Fremantle School Holiday Clininc, the West Coast Eagles are schedualled to attend another one on the first Monday in the July School Holidays.

Predicted to be the biggest holiday clinic in the year, the kids will be exposed to a number of different skills, drills and interactive activities with the AFL superstars.

Register HERE! and be quick as spaces are limited!


Champions Club Super Workshop

Thursday, June 2, 2016 - 11:26 AM

City of Cockburn are running a Champion Club Super workshop on Monday 20th June 2016.

The evening will cover a range of topics including:
Delegation skills for the President

Processes and guidelines –
why are they important

Social Media for PR and
Market Promotion

How to make volunteering fun

Transitioning from parent
to volunteer

How to write and pitch
a sponsorship proposal


For mor information contact

9411 3444

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Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 11:01 AM


Beatrice Devlyn and her teammate Sonia Dorizzi from South Fremantle Youth Girls

represented WA last week as part of the leadership group played on the MCG for the u18 youth girls grand final. WA was unfortuately beaten by Victoria.

And both girls have been selected to play in an exhibition match in Melbourne in September 2016 as part of a squad of 44 of the best under 18 youth girls, from which

the all Australian team will be selected.  

Vice Captain Beatrice said “it was an incredible experience, not only getting to represent my state alongside my friends but being able to play on the greatest ground in the world (the MCG) was dream come true and hopefully something I will get the opportunity to do again if I am lucky enough to get drafted into the National Women’s League”


Monday, May 2, 2016 - 11:47 AM


The Camarda family have cemented a long history at the Cockburn Junior Football Club. Fedele Camarda coach of the Year 12’s having also played his junior football alongside his brothers Joe and Steve has also coached the Cockburn Cavalier Cricket Club as senior coach. Club President Darryl Power said “Fedele took over as Coach when I was sick in season 2014 coaching them for the past two seasons taking them into their final year of Junior Football.

The first round of the season has seen his James Camarda reach a milestone of 100 games for the Cockburn Junior Football Club. James banner was held by his two brothers Nick and Michael who both play at Fremantle City Dockers Junior Football Club for Year 10’s and Year 7’s. Darryl Power stated “It was a proud moment for them to be asked to hold the banner for their brother to run through”


Wednesday, April 27, 2016 - 12:52 PM


Coming off the back of the exhilarating AFL Women's Derby curtain-raiser the U15s Youth Girls teams from the Fremantle City Dockers Junior Football Club and Ellenbrook Dockers Football played in a curtain raiser before the Fremantle Dockers versus Carlton game on Sunday at Domain Stadium.l Club will play in a curtain-raiser to the Fremantle Dockers v Carlton game at Domain Stadium on Sunday, April 24.

The Fremantle City Dockers Junior Football Club invited the Bibra Lake U15’s Girls team to join in to make a competitive team. The outcome was seen on the scoreboard as the Fremantle girls broke away in the closing segment of the last quarter to victory over the Ellenbrook girls by 31 points.


Fremantle City Dockers Junior Football Club President Leon Flanagan thanked and commended the combined coaching staff and helpers in particular Tim Adams for facilitating the game and of course a big thank you to Wade Splicker from the Fremantle Dockers Football club.


Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 12:52 PM

The Kardinya Junior Football Club started their Auskick season full of fun and games. The Auskickers the known as the Kardy Kat Kids turned out in mass to show their muscles at the season kick off showing off their cool new Auskick hats and backpacks.

The Auskickers had fun and games up against parents, grandparents and club sponsors finishing their day with the awesome Linley Valley pork sausage sizzle.

Next on the agenda for the day was hosting the first season game for the Kardinya Junior Football Club Fremantle Conference Year 11's who kicked off their first season game with a strong opener against Willeton Junior Football Club unfortunately losing by 53 points.

Eagles Soar with Juniors

Monday, April 18, 2016 - 11:32 AM

School holidays have been off to an exciting start with more than 100 boys and girls aged between five and 12 years participating in a South Fremantle District School Holiday Clinic hosted by the WA Football Commission District Football Development Council at Santich Park in Munster, the home of South Coogee Junior Football Club.

West Coast Eagles players Elliot Yeo, Jonathan Giles, Kane Lucas, Brad Sheppard, Dom Sheed and Tom Barrass and 15 South Fremantle Colts players were all on hand to share their skills and assist the juniors during the skill workshops and games and also sign autographs for their junior football fans.

South Fremantle District Development Officer Regan Atkinson said the kids loved meeting their footy heroes.

“The purpose of the clinic was for the kids to enjoy their footy by participating in mini games and drills, along with meeting and interacting with West Coast Eagles and South Fremantle players,” Mr Atkinson said.

The clinic was a great success and with further assistance from SEDA students, the next clinic will take place in July during the school holidays.

For any further information on these programs contact Regan Atkinson at the South Fremantle District Football Development Council on 9335 5589.


Friday, April 1, 2016 - 1:54 PM

South Fremantle School Holiday Clinic

April 11th, 9am-1pm

For more information contact Regan Atkinson
P: 0437 587 161

To register CLICK HERE


Fremantle Wrap Up Community Camp

Friday, March 4, 2016 - 9:39 AM

Fremantle Dockers wrapped up their two day AFL Community Camp on Tuesday after the players covering more than 1000km. In recognising that grassroots football and the community are the lifeblood of Australia’s Game, the 2016 Australia Post AFL Community Camps had a renewed focus on school visits while also undertaking AFL super clinics and training sessions in the community and for local coaches.

On Monday night at Fremantle Oval, Ross Lyon passed on some of his coaching knowledge to the community, taking South Fremantle’s Under 16 development squad for a training session while local community coaches had the opportunity of being boundary side with Ross listening to his words of wisdom. The session was a great initiative for the kids and the coaches, according to Tom Atkinson, District Operations Manager of the WAFC. Following the successful coaching seminar there were close to 100 community stakeholders attend the Fremantle Football Club Sportsmans night.

The Fremantle boys also got out to a number of schools throughout the Wheatbelt region and Metropolitan Perth, speaking to Primary and Secondary schools about the benefits of plays football for a healthy and happy lifestyle. 


Friday, February 12, 2016 - 11:05 AM

Want to play AFL in 2016?

The national Play AFL registration day is open at all local clubs on the 21st of February 2016.

To find your local club CLICK HERE or contact Regan Atkinson





Fremantle Dockers are COMING!

Friday, February 12, 2016 - 10:35 AM

The 2016 Australia Post community camp will be held throughout metrolitan Perth on Monday the 29th February 2016. 

The two day event sees the Fremantle Dockers visiting local schools nominated in their district, to talk about Healthy Lifestyles and sharing their stories to becoming elite athletes. 

The 2016 Sportsmans night will be held as part of the 2016 Community Camp at Fremantle Oval.

There will be a Coaches Seminar held by the Fremantle Dockers, followed by the Sportsmans Night including Memrobillia Auction.


For more information please contact Robyn Ellms on 9335 5589 or to purchase tickets CLICK HERE

2016 Nicky Winmar Cup

Wednesday, February 10, 2016 - 12:43 PM


Want to be part of the 2016 Nicky Winmar Cup?

The Cup is held at Bendigo Bank in Mandurah on Sunday the 6th March. Boys born between 2001 and 2003, identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Straight Islander, should head down to training or contact Liam Anothony 0429 348 353