Wrap of the opening day of the colts division at the Nutrien Ag Solutions Country Football Championships
A1 women’s Challenge Cup decider a thriller
The GFL Umpires’ Association is offering job assistance and generous payments to attract more members.
Craig Frost will return as coach for the Storm for this year’s edition along with assistant coach Dan Cale.
Dax Wasley and Dean Curry hope to add to an already impressive record
GSFL president Terry Eaton said that interest at senior level was extremely low and as a result they did not nominate a team to the WA Country Football League for the return of the championships this week.
Matt Mitchell’s impressive season included winning the Champion of Club Champion Singles title in May, as well as skippering his Emu Point side to a convincing victory in the Country Week Fours event in March.
Wrap of the round 10 action in the Great Southern Soccer Association.
Peaks leapfrogged Redbacks on the standings courtesy of their 3-2 triumph, as star Mitch Bradbury again found the back of the net.
The two day meet attracted 192 swimmers who hit the water in 1328 individual swims while a strong contingent of 30 Albany competitors took part in 199 individual events.
Munns and Slawinski began fundraising for a trip with tour operator Wanderers Australia to play netball abroad in the UK and France in 2020.
Ongerup fell short of reaching the division two grand final back in 2019, missing out by percentage, and coach Chris Walker says that result is driving his side to perform better this year.
Uppers enter the carnival as the defending champions following their 21-point grand final win over Goldfields at Revo Fitness Stadium in Claremont – the 13th time they have won the prestigious crown.
Netball WA Great Southern development co-ordinator and local resident Gail Butterworth came to the session to offer her knowledge on Walking Netball that has taken off around Australia in recent years.
The Katanning Wanderers have notched a fifth straight win in the Upper Great Southern Football League.
WA surfing star Isi Campbell highlighted the unforgettable experiences she and the Australian squad shared throughout the competition.
The Storm have been forced to make several changes from their winning side at the Great Southern Colts Carnival last month, including the loss of Great Southern 20 member Saxon Henrickson.
Boulder have rebounded from massive personnel changes to be second on the GFLW ladder
The Bulls opened up a sizeable advantage in the first half and withstood a strong final quarter fightback from the Sharks to emerge 45-point winners in NAIDOC Round at Sounness Park.
Tambellup’s Penny Squibb was one of 12 players making their World Cup debut in the fixture and the young Hockeyroos had to absorb plenty of early pressure and a host of penalty corners from Japan.
The Kangas produced a spirited performance, led by a six-goal haul from Graham Ross, in the special NAIDOC round fixture in the Great Southern Football League.
The Tigers took a half to shake off a persistent and improving Magpies outfit, kicking nine third-quarter goals to put the game out of reach.
The Bulldogs were relentless after half time as they kicked 11 goals and conceded just three on their way to an eighth straight victory in the 2022 competition.
Jordan Clark dazzled in the contest to finish with 29 disposals, nine intercepts, seven inside-50s, 418m gained and two score-involvements.
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