Thrilling Draw Leaves New Holland Country Women's Team and PFL Even in Nail-Biting Contest

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2024 Think Mental Health Round – Country Football WA

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New Holland Women’s Country WA Team Named

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In a thrilling contest on Friday night, the New Holland Country Women’s team and Perth Football League (PFL) could not be separated, resulting in an 8.2 50 to 7.8 50 draw.   This draw, the first in their three encounters, means PFL will retain the cup for another year, having won the match in 2022.  Originally set to take place at Fremantle Oval, the match was moved to Gil Fraser Reserve in North Fremantle.   The Country team started strong, leading by five points at the main break.   They extended their lead in the second quarter, kicking four goals to PFL's two. ..

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In 2019, Country Football WA (CFWA) entered a partnership with Healthway to promote the Mental Health Commission’s (MHC) Think Mental Health campaign to support a comprehensive approach to improve mental health and wellbeing outcomes in regional communities. As the hub of the community, CFWA clubs have been identified as prime settings to deliver health initiatives, as the opportunity to connect with players, volunteers or spectators is proven to have a positive impact on the physical and mental health of individuals within the regional community. The partnership key messages are; • …before it all gets too much… Talk to a Mate®..

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The return of the New Holland Women’s Country WA Team v the Perth Football League (PFL) Women’s team is set to showcase female talent on the big stage, when they play their first match in two years at Fremantle Community Bank Oval on Friday night.  The State Country squad consists of 24 players from the West Kimberley Football League (WKFL) in the north to the Great Southern Football League (GSFL) in the south.   The free event will see the two teams go head-to-head and feature former AFLW and WAFLW players.  Both sides each have a win, with Country winning the..

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Fri, May 24, 2024 - 3:10 PM
Junior Participation Soars In Murchison

In a major boost for Murchison in the Midwest of the state, a full season of junior football is being played in all towns this year.    The Marlu Junior Football League (Murchison) has worked in conjunction with community stakeholders to put in place a season of junior footy for towns such as Cue, Meekatharra, Yalgoo, and Mount Magnet.    Grady Tomelty, RFS Midwest at the West Australian Football Commission, is delighted with the response from the community.    “Murchison is a remote area which hasn’t had consistent structured football for as long as anyone can remember,” Tomelty said.   ..

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New Holland Country State Women’s team are looking to reclaim the State title and bragging rights, when they come up against the Perth Football League (PFL) Women’s team on Friday June 14 at Fremantle Oval.  These two teams have competed against each other twice before with New Holland Country State team winning in 2021 and PFL winning the following year by a narrow two-point margin.  The New Holland State Game is another opportunity for female players to showcase their skills and see the state’s best regional players come together for this annual match.  Country will be led by Head Coach..

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Wed, May 22, 2024 - 8:14 AM
2024 WA Football Volunteer Nominations

Nominations are now open for the 2024 WA Football Volunteer of the Year Awards.    WA’s Mark Delane was named one of the WA Football Volunteer of the Year in 2023 for his work at the Dunsborough Football Club.    “It was a strange feeling as those who volunteer do it because they are willing to help out and support their community in any way they can,” he said.  “I was at the helm when we went through a merger of three local clubs into the Dunsborough Football Club, which meant expanding the club rooms and growing from 15 to..

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