TRIPLE TREAT

Monday, May 6, 2019 - 6:48 PM - by Darrell Kent

The Falcons had a great day at East Fremantle Oval on Saturday with all three grades having a win. The League team won by twenty-six, the Reserves by four and the Colts by five. It was a great fillip for the Club leading into the State gamebye next week. 

In the League encounter, East Fremantle had the first on the board early. It went to big man Cameron Loersch. His height caused problems for the West Perth defence Read More [+]

Vale GEORGE KERR

Friday, May 3, 2019 - 12:01 PM

George debuted for the Club on the 28th of May 1955

Over the next 5 seasons George played a total of 28 League Games

Sincere condolences to the Kerr Family from the West Perth Football Club

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SLOW START COSTLY

Monday, April 29, 2019 - 12:14 PM

Swan Districts scored the first four goals of the match and from that point in time onwards West Perth were playing catch up at the Arena on Saturday. Unfortunately, that task was beyond the team suffering a forty four point defeat.

By the sixteen minute mark of the first quarter Swans had established a twenty five point lead. One of the goals went to Corey Gault who kicked five for the visitors. His strong marking was a real feature of the game. Read More [+]

MEDIA STATEMENT - POSITION RESIGNATION - CEO

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 - 6:00 AM

24 April 2019


MEDIA STATEMENT FROM THE WEST PERTH FOOTBALL CLUB


Chairman of the West Perth Football Club, Dr Neale Fong announced at the Club’s Reconvened AGM
that Chief Executive Officer, Linda Hamersley has resigned, effective Friday 24 May 2019.
Dr Fong stated he was disappointed that Linda was leaving the position and thanked her for
excellent work performed in a very difficult situation. “Linda has led the club Read More [+]

GOALLESS SECOND QUARTER DOES THE DAMAGE!

Monday, April 22, 2019 - 8:52 PM

The Falcons started the game in fine form but a second quarter during which they didn’t kick a goal was the deciding factor in the game against the Bulldogs on Sunday. At no time did West Perth not try hard but the dominance of South Fremantle big man, Brock Higgins, gave their midfield a lot of opportunities and at the end of the day it was too much for the Falcons to overcome. The late withdrawal Read More [+]

Reconvened Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Thursday, April 18, 2019 - 9:08 AM

 

AGENDA

 

West Perth Football Club Inc

Reconvened Annual General Meeting (AGM)

to be held on Tuesday 23 April 2019

commencing at 6.30pm

in the WPFC Function Centre, 25 Kennedya Drive, Joondalup

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ANZAC Round

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 - 9:58 AM

Following ANZAC Day on 25 April 2019, West Perth and the WAFL commemorate the sacrifices made by service men and women, both past and present. Our Presidents Luncheon and home game on 27 April are dedicated to remembrance. Lest we forget.

 

Click HERE to by tickets to the Luncheon.

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One of Those Days!

Monday, April 15, 2019 - 9:23 AM

Every now and again you have a day when nothing goes right. This was the case for the Falcons on Saturday when they hosted Claremont at The Arena. They had the first two scoring shots of the game but from there on it was all downhill. West Perth struggled to find a target and finish in front of goal and as a result suffered a fifty six point defeat. One thing that Falcons’ Read More [+]

Club President recruits next Gen. Falcon

Friday, April 12, 2019 - 2:06 PM

As all football fans know, when clubs are in rebuilding mode they need to recruit young players.

President Neale Fong has gone to extremes in trying to secure a bit of prime genetic stock for a future Falcons flag.

Early this month, 6PR morning show host Gareth Parker – a former WAFL umpire – had his first child with American-born wife, Elizabeth.

Neale knew that that Gareth’s Read More [+]

FALCONS SHOW SPIRIT BUT JUST FALL SHORT

Monday, April 8, 2019 - 9:50 AM - by Darrell Kent

There was a lot to like about the Falcons’ performance on Saturday but it wasn’t enough to get the four points against Peel. West Perth didn’t lead all day and trailed by forty four early in the final quarter. They charged home to go down by just three points after putting themselves in the position to grab a last gasp win. The visitors had seven more scoring shots in the 14.4 (88) to Read More [+]