Koorda Football Club Celebrates NAIDOC Game with Indigenous Jumper

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South West Triumph at Country Champs

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Kalgoorlie-Boulder Starkick Enjoys A Great Time On Optus Stadium

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The Koorda Football Club, part of the Central Wheatbelt Football League, recently celebrated their NAIDOC Game in style, courtesy of a jumper subsidy from the West Australian Football Commission (WAFC). This subsidy funded the creation of indigenous jumpers that have captivated the players and the local community.  Designed collaboratively by Nathan Patterson and Shane Cumming, the jumpers feature elements from the local culture and landscape.   The centerpiece is Mollerin Rock, located just north of Koorda, with a striking image of a jumping kangaroo—an emblem that resonates with the club, known as the Kangaroos.  Above this, a returning boomerang adorned with..

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Tue, July 16, 2024 - 8:43 AM
South West Triumph at Country Champs

This year’s Nutrien Ag Solutions Country Football Championships was not just a celebration of country football but a celebration of a 50-year partnership between Country Football WA and Nutrien Ag Solutions.  The four-day Carnival attracted hundreds of footballers from around the state, featuring colts and league players. South West Football League turned the tables on last year’s Men’s Division 1 result with an 11-point win over Avon Football Association.  While Peel was able to hold back a resurgent SWFL to claim a three-point win in the CBH Group Colts Grand Final.  Last year’s Division 2 runners-up Great Northern Football League..

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Country Clubs are being encouraged to join the Women and Girls Community Football Charter with the aim to create welcoming, safe and inclusive environments for women and girls.  Cottesloe Junior Football Club is the first WA club to join the Women and Girls Community Football Charter.  By becoming a signatory, Cottesloe JFC is working to ensure their community football environments are welcoming, safe and inclusive for women and girls which is guided by the Charter’s four principles – opportunity, visibility, access and investment.    Executive Manager Country Football, Facilities and Affiliates, Brent Hedley states,  “This Charter is a terrific initiative..

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The third annual NAIDOC Ball competition, a vibrant celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, recently took place, highlighting not only cultural pride but also a significant road safety initiative.   This year's event saw Tahnesha Hayden crowned as the winner of the design competition, in partnership with the Insurance Commission of Western Australia (ICWA) to promote the Belt Up road safety campaign.    The competition offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists the chance to design artwork on the Burley football. These specially designed footballs are then distributed to clubs across regional WA to celebrate NAIDOC round.  Tahnesha's winning..

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Last weekend saw 24  Starkick participants and their families experience playing footy on Optus Stadium at half-time between the West Coast Eagles v Hawthorn game.  Participants and their families travelled from each of the nine regional Starkick centres from across WA, including as far north as Broome and from Albany in the South.  Starkick Kalgoorlie-Boulder had three participants travel to Perth to take part in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. They included five-year-old Elsie Fell, six-year-old Averly Cheek and nine-year-old Lucas Eijkman.  Elsie’s mum Amy Franklyn said this is something her daughter will remember for years to come.  “It was an amazing..

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With more than 50 matches across four days the 2024 Nutrien Ag Solutions Country Championships will be a celebration of football in this state.  Twenty-four sides will compete for championship success, 17 across 3 Men’s Divisions and 7 in the Colts.    Tommy Lee coached Avon to victory in the 2023 Division 1 Senior Men’s Grand Final and now he’s chasing back-to-back triumphs.  “The buy in has been unreal so far and every club is putting their best players forward,” Lee said.  “I think we will have a strong side with a lot of players who played the year before.? ..

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