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Bullcreek Leeming Junior Football Club Turns 40

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 9:51 AM

Established in 1977 the Bullcreek Leeming Junior Football Club is turning 40 and to celebrate are holding a special evening on Saturday 27th May 2017 at Beasley Oval clubrooms.  One of the largest junior community clubs in Western Australia is has been helping to shape thousands of junior footballers, including WAFL and AFL stars that have taken to the field over the past four decades.

Club President Steve Dobson also a past junior player and coach of his two sons stated “Our Club is proud to have a strong presence in actively promoting football in the local community. The club has built a solid reputation as a safe and supportive place for young players to begin their football careers and to further develop their skills, grow their love for the game and to become better citizens, leaders and community ambassadors.”

The club core values are underpinned by a proud emphasis on the Bullcreek Leeming Junior Football Club having a strong social and family orientated culture. Through continually sustaining a positive, strong culture within the club and enable all members to enjoy football, meet new people and make new friends.

The 40th celebration event commences at 7pm with tickets costing $40 with no door sales. The club is fortunate to have returning for the evening, a current Women’s AFL player, a former South Fremantle WAFL player and a current East Perth on the WCE list who are all former juniors of our proud club.

For further information on the event please contact President Steve Dobson on 0417097241


Mum's Become Best On Ground

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 - 12:05 PM

Burrendah Oval came alive on Mother’s Day where the Willetton Junior Football Club Auskickers came up against their mum’s in the Mother’s Day Round. Included where awards for Best on Ground, Coaches Awards and the Long Bomb Competition which was won by Pip Wenn with a bomb that blew away all the competition.

With all the great passages of play the coaches umpiring the game had a tough job of picking the Mum to award the Best on Ground.  Elena Natale was award the Best on Ground and Kylie Anderton the Coaches Award.

Natalie Fay the Club Auskick Coordinator stated “It was fantastic to see so many Mums come down to AUSKICK and join in on a day when they could have been forgiven for staying home and relaxing, The game was held to celebrate our football Mums for all the things they do for our kids. As is was an 8:30am start on Mothers’ Day it was a good chance to have our Mums get involved and feel special”



Monday, June 27, 2016 - 1:54 PM



For the past 3 weeks 115 Intensive English Students from Melville Senior High School have been participating in a Multicultural Football Program organised by the West Australian Football Commission.  The aim of the program is to use football as a vehicle for social strengthening and inclusion. Both male and female students aged between 12 and 16 years old learnt over the course of the program the skills and rules of AFL football.

With the AFL program having been well received by the teachers and students 45 students both male and female to part in an internal game between two of the classes arranged by the WA Football Commission. WA Female AFL Multicultural Ambassador Sabrina Frederick-Traub made a special appearance assisting with the umpiring.

Taziana Luenig, the head of the IEC school stated Thank you to the WA Football Commission for dealing with our students in such a professional manner; you really connected with them and have made a lasting impression.  I do believe that this is only the beginning of something that will have so many beneficial spin offs for our students, families, community and the game itself.  Watching the students play today was amazing and I was really proud of what we have achieved”

 Following the 4 week program, 4 of the students have now registered to play at their local junior clubs. One of the students ‘Miggs Papio’ is now playing at Kardinya JFC and he said “he decided to play because it is great fun and you get to meet new friends. It also challenges you which I like”.


Wednesday, April 27, 2016 - 2:23 PM

Thanks to a super goal kicked in the NAB Cup by ex-Booragoon Bulldogs Junior Football Club player now West Coast Eagle rising star Elliot Yeo has bag $500 worth of Sherrin footballs for the club.

At the Booragoon Bulldogs Junior Football Club pre-season launch last week local Booragoon NAB Branch Manager Brett Callanan presented the club with the bag full of Sherrins on behalf NAB to Club President Anthony Doig.

Anthony thanked the hundreds of Bulldog families for that helped make the pre-season sundowner a fantastic success. “The kids had fun, parents were happy, music was good, well done”  

East Fremantle Holiday Clinic

Tuesday, March 8, 2016 - 12:41 PM

The East Fremantle School Holiday Clininc will again be held at ATOM Stadium on the 11th of April.

Clinic Registration will start at 8.30am with the day commencing at 9am, concluding at 1pm.

The day is open to primary aged girls and boys - to register call East Fremantle 9339 5533


Registration cost is $90 per child

This will include an EF Jumper, a footy, eagles and a sharks team poster and also lunch.



Fremantle Wrap Up Community Camp

Friday, March 4, 2016 - 9:29 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. 

2016 Nicky Winmar Cup

Monday, February 15, 2016 - 2:53 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


Monday, February 15, 2016 - 2:49 PM

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 Daren Bell

Fremantle Dockers are COMING!

Friday, February 12, 2016 - 11:02 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