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SOUTH FREMANTLE FOOTBALL CLUB (INC)

2010 YEARBOOK

Incorporating the Annual Report

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2010 CLUB OFFICE BEARERS

Patron & No 1 Ticket Holder Eileen Bond

Vice Patrons Hassa Mann, Bob Maumill, John Todd, Tom Grljusich, Stephen Michael, Steve Marsh, Peter Tagliaferri

Trustees Jim Christie, Tony Parentich, Richard Woodgate

President Haydn Raitt

Vice President Peter Christie

Directors Don Pasqua, Santo Merenda,

Terry Dean, Salvatore Capolingua,

Robert Taylor, Tom Bottrell,

Anthony Van Der Wielen

Chief Executive Officer Brian Ciccotosto

Football Manager Brent Dawkins

Player Development Officer Daniel Vidovich

Administration Manager Amelia Dabrowski

Office Assistant Jessica Persichillo

Functions/Bar Coordinator Bob Lahiff

District Development Manager Bradd Gardiner

District Development Officer Louise McKenry

Development Assistant Boyden Griffiths

Maintenance/Ground Manager Steve McCarthy

Auditor Francis A Jones

Past Players & Officials President: Wayne Delmenico,

ThE BOARd

BACK ROW L-R: Don Pasqua, Robert Taylor, Anthony Van Der Wielen, Tom Bottrell

FRONT ROW L-R: Brian Ciccotosto (CEO), Haydn Raitt (President),

Salvatore Capolingua, Brad Collard.

INSERT: Peter Christie (Vice President)

Vice President: Bob Bright, Secretary/Treasurer: Barry Smith, Committee: Ron Greer, Ray Richards,

Ron Johnston, Peter Dougan, Kevin Saint, David Brown, Rodney Higgs, Peter Taylor-Thorpe, Terry

Turnbull, Alan Wedge, Jack Edwards, George Cole

Volunteers Ron & Sheila Greer, Glad Wayne, Margaret Smith, Joan Jones, Rae Benn, Vida Dunstan, Marion

Reid, Bertha Scobie, Margaret Redpath, Pam McGuinness, Nancy Watson, Joy Dix, Peter Taylor-

Thorpe, Lorne McGuinness, Gill Barrett

Coaches League: John Dimmer

Reserves: Garry Fuller

Colts: Simon Nimmo

Assistant Coaches League: Tony Walters, Carl Micale, Andrew Stone

Reserves: Neil Mildenhall, Nigel Hamilton

Colts: Bruce Fraser

Strength & Conditioning Coach League: James Bridle

Rehab Coach Caslin Gabriels

Captain Toby McGrath

Vice Captain Jaymie Graham

Team Managers League: Tony Mollica

Reserves: Peter Matier

Colts: Lew Turner

Selection Panel John Dimmer, Tony Walters, Garry Fuller, Andrew Stone

Runners League: David Gault

Reserves: Les Olivieri

Colts: Daniel Gilmore

Head Trainer League: Merv Lockhart

Trainers Marty Bos, Nigel Smith, Jason August, Caitlyn Drygan, Jennifer Melvin, David Slack

Property Staff Sandy Cuccovia, John Jones, Ron Porter

Timekeepers Jennifer Nikolich, Terry Turnbull, George Cole

Statisticians Alan Powell, Anna Kristancic, Sue Gurney, Jeff Bell, Tracey Hall, Paul Cassat, Susan Griffiths

Interchange Steward David Slack, Sue Jones, Harry Drygan, Peter Taylor-Thorpe

Medical Staff Dr Sam Sparta, Dr Peter McCarrey

Chiropractor Chris Martinovich

Physiotherapist Greg Wootton

Support Staff John Bateman, David Daws, Brett MacAuley, Lorne McGuinness

Club Chaplain Craig Tucker

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2010SpOnSORS

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Thanks the following Sponsors

for their Support in 2010

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Major Sponsor

Foster’s australia

Major Support Sponsors

Driftwood Estate Wines

DTMT Construction

Fremantle Dental Ceramics

Homestyle Salad Makers

Accuweigh Pty Ltd

Actimed Australia Pty Ltd

Anchor Paint Place

Avanti Glass

Bacich Smash Repairs

Belt Up

Beta Spuds

Beiersdorf Australia

Burley Sekem Pty Ltd

CLP Legal

Coates Hire

Coca-Cola Amatil

Cricket and Football Shop

Dimattina Coffee

DiPrinzio Group of Companies

Empire Property Solutions

FAJ IT Services

Ferrari Formalwear

Fini Olives

FLN Spraypainting

associated Sponsors

FLN Commercial Repairs

Fremantle/Cockburn Gazette

Gino’s Cafe

Harcourts Fremantle

Harvey Fresh

Instant Waste Management

Janart Drink Consultants

LRC Quality Homes

Merenda Group

Metro Lintels

Natale Security Services Ltd

Needhamair

Nelson Capital

Numero Uno Cafe

Oceanus Restaurant

P & G Body Builders Pty Ltd

Peaches Fresh Food Market

Perth Finance Centre

Radio 6PR

Reed Resources Ltd

Sea Corporation Pty Ltd

Titan Ford

WA Hino

John Hughes Group

Rottnest Express

S & D Jewellery Workshop

Salmark Promotions

Scotty’s Fruit & Vege

Standout Signs

Starworld Framing

Steel Blue Footwear

Stripe Master

Strzelecki Holdings Pty Ltd

Terranovis Pty Ltd

The Gate Bar & Bistro

Tint A Car Fremantle

Tony Ale & Co

Tyrrell’s Wines

Valentine’s Camera House

Vassallo Corporation Pty Ltd

Warrens Menswear

Workforce Clothing Pty Ltd

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2010pRESIdEnT’S REpORT

From the buzz and excitement of last year, to the disappointment and empty

feeling for 2010. That’s football. While we didn’t get the results on the field we

all tried so hard for, the effort put in was great.

Despite the number of injuries,

the positives that came out of this

year was the number of young and

upcoming footballers who got their

chance to play senior football.

To all of our coaches for 2010, many

thanks for your positive attitudes

and tireless effort. Whether we

finish in the four or not the work put in by our support staff is full

on and demanding and for that we thank them all.

I would like to thank 2009 premiership Coach Garry Fuller for

amazing commitment to our club and although he will be around

in some capacity has decided to have a spell from coaching.

On behalf of the playing group the board and all members and

supporters thank you.

To our dedicated group of footballers, from the very young to

the one’s getting on many thanks for your effort and outstanding

behaviour for the year. To all of our footballers that have put their

names into the 2010 AFL draft good luck and if you miss out the

SFFC will do all we can and with your help try to get you there

next year.

I would like now to thank our Board for their hard working effort.

Like our effort in the football department, plenty of hard work

but no chocolates it was much the same with our finances, a hard

working board with a poor result at the end. We sat down and

looked at the expenses at our last Board meeting and how they

have increased over the past twelve months and will have to look

at many ways of cost saving over the years to come.

Our board realize that next year is important re our finances and is

committed to the task as is our CEO Brian Ciccotosto.

DIRECTORS:

Peter Christie Vice President

Salvatore Capolingua

Don Pasqua

Brad Collard

Tom Bottrell

Rob Taylor

Anthony Van Der Wielen

Tom Bottrell is retiring as Director, Tom has been a loyal and

dedicated director to the club and I thank him for his services.

Many thanks for your loyal support and tireless effort to try and

make our club the best. I would like to thank our Administration

Manager Amelia for her great support and for her professional

approach to all of her duties. Amelia has a great rapport with

our members and is a great asset to our football club. We wish

Kirsty, now she has left the football club all the best in her future

employment and welcome her replacement Jess Persichillo.

To Vido, Bradd, Louise, Boyden & Robyn many thanks for 2010.

To Steve McCarthy, you do a great job for this football club and

on behalf of our Members the Board and our players many thanks.

Our football club has all types of pressures placed on it in many

ways and it’s thanks to our CEO Brian Ciccotosto who has

continued to reinvent himself to keep up with the changes placed

on WAFL clubs today great job, Cicco.

Another great effort was performed by our Past Players under

the leadership of Wayne Delmenico and Bob Bright. They kept

performing in entertaining our playing group and raising funds for

different groups. Outstanding job.

To our members we are currently in talks with the Fremantle

Football club re the development of a complete set of new

facilities for our club .The reason for this is if the Fremantle

football club is to be successful the need for bigger and upgraded

facilities is paramount. In saying that it is the boards responsibility

to make sure before any arrangements are made all members

will be informed and given the opportunity have a look at all the

designs and have a vote on the outcome.

We didn’t make a lot of money in the bar this year and

unfortunately prices will have to go up with the increases in

operating costs and higher prices in product, but the presentation

of our bar staff and the way they treated our members was second

to none.

In stating the above we are in good shape to turn it all around for

next year. Bob Lahiff, to you and your staff well done and we look

forward to next year.

I would like to wish our new Football Manager all the best with

our club. Brent Dawkins comes to us with a wealth of experience

after fourteen years with the Fremantle Football Club.

To Marion and her loyal band of ladies thank you for your

continued work and the way you help this football club with your

afternoon teas and healthy food.

And finally to our loyal members and sponsors many thanks for

putting your money into our football club. You people alone are

the life line of our club and we could not operate without you.

And finally the South Fremantle Football Club is a great club to

be involved with. But that’s not enough. We need to improve all

aspects of our club to keep up.

We have a very dedicated number of staff, a committed board

and a great group of Coaches. Together we can do this.

As the club’s President I have enjoyed my role and realize I also

need to improve along with everyone else.

I would also like to thank my wife Sue for allowing me the time to

do this role and for coming along and enjoying the club as I do.

HAYDN RAITT

President

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2010ChIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S REpORT

Members of the South Fremantle Football Cub, on behalf of the

Board of Directors, I have much pleasure in presenting for your

adoption the club’s 111th Annual Report.

Well we have certainly gone from

chocolates in 2009 to boiled lollies in 2010

across the board in all grades in what was a

disappointing football season. Nevertheless

some positives emerge which relate to the

number of outstanding juniors who have

now had a taste of senior football.

No doubt the AFL talent scouts were busy

during the year watching the likes of Myles

Bolger, Matthew Jones, Shane Kersten,

Ben Newton, Warrick Andreoli and last

year’s Colts medallist Jarrod Parry in action

which may be a forerunner of many being

drafted in latter years.

During the year, Brandon Matera made the

journey to play with the Gold Coast and

acquitted himself very well as did Ashton

Hams and Callum Wilson with the West

Coast Eagles. Ashton in particular finished

off the season in great style by being

judged best on field for his side against

Geelong at Skilled Stadium.

Last year I reported that the board was

looking at enlarging and refurbishing the

club kitchen. This project was only partially

completed due to ongoing talks with our

co-tenants the Fremantle Football Club

over a master plan for the Fremantle Oval

precinct.

Over the ensuing months we the board

and you the members will be given the

opportunity to have input into any further

developments at the oval and we will be

in a position to stall the proposed plans if

we believe it is not in the best interests of

the club.

We will communicate our progress or lack

off through the club’s normal channels and

through the clubs weekly online “Bulldogs

Banter”. Please provide the club office

with your email address if you haven’t

already done so.

FIRST YEAR PLAYERS

In 2010 twelve players made their league

debut including Anthony Collica, Andrew

McCarrey, Mitch Carter, Thomas Motlop,

Dylan Bairstow, Ross Tungatalum, James

Klause, Blake Dunkfield, Jarrod Parry,

Shane Kersten, Daniel Easter and Matthew

Leece.

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BEST PLAYER AWARDS

Congratulations to Nathan Phillips, Mark

Miller and Brendan Ah Chee for winning

Best and Fairest Medals for the League,

Reserves and Colts respectively.

SPECIAL AWARDS

The Clive Lewington Medal for our best

player in the Foundation Day Derby was

presented to Hughes Medallist, Nathan

Phillips.

The Charlie Tyson (Big Boots) Medal for

the best player in the annual game against

Subiaco was won this year by dual Hughes

Medallist, Kris Miller.

The Strzelecki Group Indigenous Rising

Star Award was won by outstanding junior

Emmaunel Collard.

STATE REPRESENTATIVES

Toby McGrath, Sam Hunt and Andrew

McCarrey represented WA at Medibank

Stadium when WA was comprehensively

defeated by Victoria.

LIFE MEMBERSHIP

The Board has much pleasure in

recommending in 2010 that Joan Jones

and Greg Wootton be awarded Life

Membership.

LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP

The following qualify for Lifetime

Membership in 2011 by virtue of

continuous 50 year membership: Arthur

Lee, Kevin Poller and Eugene Lynn.

Former player Archie McDonald has

qualified for Lifetime membership

beginning his league career in 1960 and

having played 66 league games.

VOLuNTEERS

Every year the football club relies heavily

on volunteer support. This year three

qualify for their ten year service certificate.

Congratulations to Margaret Smith,

Peter Taylor-Thorpe and Steve McAuley

for completing a decade of meritorious

service.

DIRECTORS AND ADMINISTRATION

The board continues to be capably led by

chairman and President Haydn Raitt.

Two outstanding contributors to the board

Terry Dean and Santo Merenda resigned

at the 2009 Annual General Meeting to

be replaced by former club captain Brad

Collard and executive of Lion Nathan,

Frank Arangio. Unfortunately Frank’s time

on the board was short lived due to his

transfer in employment to Sydney.

Administration Manager, Amelia Dabrowski

ran a very tight ship once again and was

ably assisted by Kirsty McGuire before being

replaced in August by Jessica Persichillo.

The football department initially led by

Football Manager Jason Burton until

his departure in July will need to put

its shoulder to the wheel over the post

season to guarantee a more successful

on field outcome in 2011. We believe

with the reappointment of senior coach

John Dimmer ably assisted by our latest

addition to the football department

Brent Dawkins and the energetic player

development officer, Daniel Vidovich we

are on the right track to future glory in

2011 and beyond.

Another significant off field appointment

in 2010 was functions manager Bob Lahiff

who has brought a wealth of experience to

this role. He has assembled an excellent bar

staff which is the envy of all WAFL clubs.

Congratulations to our district

development staff in Bradd Gardiner,

Louise McKenry, Robyn Elms and

Boyden Griffiths in another great year of

accomplishments at junior level and to

Steve McCarthy, the WAFL’s best and most

respected groundsman.

WA HALL OF FAME

This year we had great pleasure on

witnessing the induction of Sandover

Medallist Mark Bairstow.

CONCLuSION

On reflection, though we performed poorly

in all grades in 2010, through astute planning

and hard work there is no reason why we

can’t be a serious contender in 2011.

BRIAN CICCoTosTo

Chief Executive officer


2010BAR/FUnCTIOn MAnAGER’S REpORT

The bar this year has been reasonably successful

from an operational point of view, but as in other

areas of the Club’s operations this year we have

incurred a lot of “unbudgeted” expenses – some

of our own making, and others in the areas of

increased charges and maintenance costs, etc.

At the beginning of my tenure as Bar Manager at the Club, I

considered - as a long time supporter – that the levels of customer

service in the bar needed improvement, and that became my

major focus as the 2010 football season came around. To do this,

I made some changes to the bar area itself - and to our methods

of operation – which resulted in some expenses to the Club which

were not originally budgeted for. A lot of these were “one offs”,

and set us up for smooth operating for the remainder of the year.

From the beginning of the season, staffing levels were also

increased – again to try and improve the general level of service to

our members and visitors on game day. While we were successful

in this aim -as evidenced by the amount of extremely positive

feedback we received about the appearance and attitude of our

bar staff – as the season progressed, we found the staff numbers

were too high on occasions. Due to the fact that home games

were few and far between in the early part of the season, the “fine

tuning” of staff numbers was an ongoing project until the last few

games in August.

We had a couple of “bonuses” during the year – those being the

Fremantle vs Geelong practice game in March, and the Foundation

Day Derby in June. Foundation Day in particular was a big event, as

we had two remote bar/function operations happening at the same

time as our Luncheon and normal bar facilities. While it provided

great revenue, it also required large numbers of staff at Public

Holiday rates, which proved to be another big “over budget”

expense.

The CEO and I have analysed our expenses this year, and have

started taking steps to reduce costs in areas that we can control.

We are also looking at ways to maximize our revenue potential

– particularly in the area of venue hire. The Club has been very

generous to its clientele in the past in this regard, and I believe that

we need to revisit our fees in the light of large increases in running

costs. The intended result is an improved profit margin next year.

Thanks to everybody who assisted us this year in one way or

another - the Past Players and Don Pasqua (Centurion Club) were a

pleasure to deal with, and Peter Taylor-Thorpe was always willing to

help out at any time.

In the areas of administration and planning, Brian and Amelia were

a great help to me with their experience, knowledge and support.

Thanks also to the bar staff, a lot of whom were new this year.

They learnt quickly, had a great work ethic, and genuinely enjoyed

working with each other and for the members. My “unofficial”

assistant manager Susie Bell – who came to work with us this year

– was outstanding, and established a great rapport with all our

regulars.

Finally, thanks to all you members who supported the Club this year

– both at the footy and in the bar – it’s a pleasure to work for you.

BoB LAHIFF

Bar/Function Manager

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SOUTH FREMANTLE FOOTBALL CLUB

THE PREMIER FAMILY CLUB

THE PREMIER FAMILY CLUB

“Professional United Passionate Proud”

Our Mission Statement

To be the “Premier Family Club

To maintain quality growth and development in

our zone through the district model.

To be a competitive force at all WAFL levels

To develop our elite talent to AFL standard

To embrace and live the club ethos

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Our Ethos

Care and respect for the South Fremantle Family

Value our players, members, supporters and

volunteers

Preserve our traditions, heritage and brand

Cultivate Club pride and a winning expectation

Leadership and discipline is our strength

FOR THE CLUB’S SECOND CENTURY


SOUTH FREMANTLE FOOTBALL CLUB NOVEBER 08

Currrrent Statee Strategies Desired State

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•We plan for the future and take actions to

deliver the club’s objectives.

•We are motivated quality people who work as

one team.

•We will work to deliver maximum returns on the

club’s assets and investments

•We will preserve our Heritage, Traditions and

Brand,

•We adhere to WAFC and WAFL governance

requirements.

•We are a competitive force in the WAFL.

•Our current financial position is strong.

•We have a stable Board of Management and

Administration.

•We have high performance coaches who

oversee professional training and conditioning

programs.

•We provide first class facilities and conditions to

our members, players and supporters.

•We are renowned for our high quality AFL

draftees.

•We are co-tenants at Fremantle Oval with the

Fremantle Football Club.

•We are developing an infrastructure to become

a high performance organization.

•We are the states best developers of Aboriginal

talent.

•Our junior participation rates are above the

state average.

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•We produce an environment in which

individuals can excel.

•We value and respect all our stakeholders.

•We continue to seek ways to improve.

•Our sponsors value an ongoing relationship.

•We communicate our objectives and

encourage participation and feedback

•We keep our staff informed and empower them

to make decisions.

•We accept responsibility and accountability.

•Leadership and Discipline is our strength.

•We Care and Respect the SFFC Family.

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•Introduce a Stakeholder Communication Program.

•Develop the Bulldogs Pups to target junior members.

•Conduct new member nights.

•Introduce parents of new players to the club environment.

•Encourage members, junior clubs etc to use club facilities.

•Maintain an environment which encourages member

participation.

•Seek and encourage feedback from members and

clientele re club functions.

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•Foster an atmosphere of inclusiveness to encourage

participation from a wide range of groups both social and

cultural.

•To promote the SFFC as a “Centre of Excellence”.

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•Display the Mission and Ethos prominently.

•Use the Club Slogan and Ethos where applicable in

decision making.

•Establish and maintain a code of conduct which is

compatible with the club’s ethos.

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•Continue support of Warriors program.

•Employ Talent Development Officer.

•Maintain contact with AFL players so the SFFC is their

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•Assess identified players in areas assessed at the AFL

draft camp.

•Establish football program targeted towards 16, 17, and18

year olds to increase draft opportunities.

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•Our sub lease does not allow us the income streams

of a head lease.

•There is a perception that we are adequately

compensated for sharing the oval.

•We have been unable to reach agreement with the

FFC regarding profit sharing commercial

arrangements.

•We need to continue to seek new members and major

and minor sponsors.

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We will review this document annually and

update strategies as required for our future.

•Departments to submit action plans based on the Club’s

agreed strategies, present updates on those plans at each

monthly Board meeting.

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2010MARKETInG & SpOnSORShIp REpORT

CORPORATE CLASSIC

We held a very successful Corporate

Classic raffle with well over 100 tickets

sold this year.

The first prize winner in 2010 was

Fremantle Ceramics Dental Laboratory.

Co-proprietors at the time of the draw

Roger Smith and Paul Ryan were delighted

in winning the major jumper signage of the

football season.

Consolation winners in the draw were

David Strom from the award winning The

Gate Bar and Bistro at Cockburn Central

and Anthony Van Der Wielen from Empire

Property Solutions.

SPONSORSHIP

Our club continues to be served by a loyal

band of sponsors some of whom have been

supporting the club for over twenty years.

In 2010 we welcomed the following to

our growing list of sponsors The John

Hughes Group, Actimed Australia Pty

Ltd, Anchor Paint Place, Natale Security

Services Ltd, Peaches Fresh Food Market,

Starworld Framing, Steel Blue Footwear

and Valentine’s Camera House.

One of the features of our hospitality

benefits for sponsors is our very popular

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home game Presidents Luncheons where

a great opportunity exists to network in a

very convivial atmosphere, complimented

by the scrumptious buffet prepared by

Guido and Linda Micalizzi of Numero Uno

Cafe and Catering together with Fosters

lagers and a selection of Driftwood and

Tyrrell’s premium wines.

SPECIAL EVENTS

This year DTMT Construction came to the

party to sponsor the “Garlic Munchers

Team of the Century.” A very talented

collection of players from Croatian and

Italian background were present for the

announcement of this team.

BANquET AuCTION

Once again this major club fundraiser was

held at the Griff John Function Centre

and was very well attended by players and

supporters.

MEMBERSHIP

Representing major sponsor DTMT Construction are avid golfers Paul

Dujmovic, Sam Maskos, Gerry Mooney and Greg Emery from Geraldton

Fish Company.

Our club leads the WAFL in membership

numbers and income as recorded each

year in the WAFL Benchmark Book.

As a result of the members survey in 2009

we provided each member with a free

bumper sticker, lanyard to clearly display

membership cards and a greater variety of

food on match days.

MARKETING & SPONSORSHIP

COMMITTEE

This committee was chaired by Anthony

Van Der Wielen and included board

members Haydn Raitt and Don Pasqua

along with functions manager Bob Lahiff

and David Strom from The Gate Bar and

Bistro, Chief Executive, Brian Ciccotosto

and Administration Manager Amelia

Dabrowski assisted at executive level.

DoN PAsQUA

Director

Sal Capolingua, Jason Burton, Toby McGrath, Josh Head and Daniel

Vidovich prepare to tee off before the shotgun start at the Royal

Fremantle Golf Course.


2010OUR CLUB

Situated opposite the historic Fremantle

Markets and the bustling Cappuccino Strip

the club overlooks Western Australia’s

most popular boutique football ground,

Fremantle Oval and the Fremantle Football

Club’s headquarters. The club offers a

convenient, attractive venue catering for

crowds from 50 to 600 people.

The Griff John Function Centre has a large

wooden dance floor and stage and is very

spacious.

The WJ (Dooza) Hughes Members Bar

is ideal for functions catering for crowds

from 50 to 200 people.

The Legends Bar is a smaller intimate facility

which is very popular for cocktail parties.

Type of Functions:

Weddings, Engagements, Anniversaries,

Birthdays, Wakes, Reunions, Sundowners,

Christenings, Seminars, Trade Days, Quiz

Nights, Wind Ups, Dinner Dance, Club

Dinners, Xmas Parties, Baby Showers,

Poker Tournaments, Boxing, Gala Balls,

Cocktail Parties, Hens Nights, Bingo,

Meetings & Presentation Nights.

Disabled Access: Yes

Parking Available: Yes

Technical Facilities: Microphones and

Lectern, Projector and Screen, White

Board, TV with DVD/ VCR Player,

Adjustable Lighting, In House PA System

Our clubs oldest living player Alan Miguel

celebrating his 100th birthday with Brian

Ciccotosto, Daniel Vidovich, Ryan Mauricio

and Adam McIntosh.

FuNCTION ROOM DETAILS

Name Of Room Cocktail Banquet Theatre Indoor/ Oval

Outdoor Views

Griff John Function

Centre

600 450 600 Yes Yes

W.J (Dooza) Hughes Bar 200 120 200 Yes Yes

Legends Bar 100 50 80 Yes Yes

CONTACT DETAILS

Contact Person: FUNCTIONS MANAGER BOB LAHIFF

Address: Fremantle Oval, Parry Street, Fremantle

Phone Number: 9430 4653

Email Address: functions@sffc.com.au

MEMBERS NIGHT

Every Friday night is “Members Night” starting from 5.00 pm and continuing until 8.00

pm. Members have the opportunity to mingle and network, enjoy free nibbles, free

members draws as well as other raffles all in the comfort of an air-conditioned bar with

drinks at “Happy Hour” prices. Important announcements are made by the President,

with team selections during the football season.

PRE MATCH FuNCTION

Our very successful entertainment package for all Pre Match Function at all home games

will be on again in season 2011.

The package inclusive of entry, ice cold largers, premium wines, soft drinks and a

succulent buffet. Sweets, tea and coffee will be served at half time. Tickets must be

purchased one week prior to the home game.

Popular Bulldogs supporter John Bateman with

Bowie and Cicco prior to his major operation to

cure his uncontrollable shaking. PS the operation

was a success.

Club stalwart Ron Porter photographed in the

property room which bears his name.

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2010 CorPoraTe CLaSSIC

THANK YOU FREMANTLE

FREMANTLE DENTAL CERAMICS PTY LTD was the winner of the 2010 Corporate

Classic. Partners Roger Smith and Paul Ryan were delighted to have FREMANTLE

DENTAL CERAMICS PTY LTD on the front of our playing jumpers as well as the

advertising and hospitality package for being a Major Support Sponsor.

Consolation winners were The Gate Bar & Bistro and Empire Property Solutions.

Anchor Paint Place won the early bird prize.

The club would like to thank all of our sponsors listed below for their donations.

Accuweigh Pty Ltd

Admiral Printing

Armando’s Sports

Anchor Paint Place

Aussie Portables Pty Ltd

Beta Spuds

Britton’s Formal Wear

CAI Consulting

Carter Shrigley Johnson Pittorini

Cash Converters International

CIL Group Pty Ltd

Dimattina Coffee

DTMT Construction

Empire Property Solutions

Ezy Fix Tapware

FAJ IT Services

Farrington Drycleaners

Ferrari Formalwear

FLN Commercial Repairs

FLN Spraypainting

Fremantle Ceramics Pty Ltd

Fremantle/Cockburn Gazette

Gino’s Café

Grant Chiropractic Health Centre

Guardian Pharmacy Hamilton Hill

Hawkins Christie Management Services

Humich Realty

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Inspirations Paint & Colour

Instant Waste Management

Janart Drink Consultants

Jeffrey, L Accountants

Kingston Cabinet Makers

Lawrence Business Management

Light Base Pty Ltd

LRC Quality Homes

Macri Partners

Mainpeak Pty Ltd

Mal Atwell Indoor Leisure Group

Mechwest Pty Ltd

Mega Motors

Merlino Furniture Importers

Metro Lintels

Mouse Promotions

Myaree Ceramics

Needhamair

Newport Hotel

Numero Uno Café

P & G Body Builders Pty Ltd

Perth Finance Centre

Perth Metalworks

Perth Pak

PK Tweddle

Plasterwise

Redfox Technology

RH Roofing Service

Ryan’s Quality Meats

S & D Jewellery Workshop

Salmark Promotions

Scania Australia Pty Ltd

Scotty’s Fruit & Vegetables

Sea Corporation Pty Ltd

Shepherd’s Newsagency

South Fremantle Garden Centre

South West Express

Spring Into Fitness

Standout Signs

Starworld Framing

Stevbro Pty Ltd

Strategic Group

Stripe Master

The Gate Bar & Bistro

Tint A Car Fremantle

Tyrrell’s Wines

Valentine’s Camera House

Vassallo Corporation Pty Ltd

Vince Favazzo Mechanical Repairs

WA Athletics

WA Hino

Warrens Menswear


SOUTH FREMANTLE FOOTBALL CLUB (INC)

PO Box 368 Fremantle WA 6959

Phone: (08) 9335 1555 Fax: (08) 9430 4143

Email: bulldogs@sffc.com.au Web: www.sffc.com.au

ABN 62 379 082 609

“The Premier Family Club

2011 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

VALID FROM 1 NOVEMBER 2010 TO 31 OCTOBER 2011

Name:

Address:

Phone:

Mobile:

Fax:

Email:

Please indicate below the type of Membership you require :

See over for Membership Types and Options

General Membership $ 70.00

Joint Membership $120.00

Country Membership $ 45.00

Pensioner/Concession $ 45.00 Card No. __________

Student/Unemployed $ 45.00 Card No. __________

Centurion Membership $135.00

Southerner Membership $500.00

Past Players & Officials $ 20.00

Junior Membership $ 30.00 DOB _____________

Season Pass (Pensioner) $ 60.00

Season Pass (Adult) $ 80.00

Reserved Seat $ 25.00 Blk ___Row___ Seat __

Recruiting donation - $10 or more $

TOTAL PAYMENT $

Enclosed is my cheque/money order for the amount indicated. Please debit my credit card for the amount indicated.

MasterCard Visa Card Diners Club American Express Amount $

Card Number Expiry Date

Cardholders Name (Please Print) Signature

Office Use:


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2010pAST pLAYERS And

OFFICALS REpORT

2010, may have been a tough year on the field due to many

injuries suffered in the 3 grades, however it did give the club an

opportunity to promote a lot of young players and this should

help the club grow stronger in the future. Our past players and

officials group had a good year with increased memberships.

Some of our highlights being:

• Past players Bowls Day and Luncheon at the Spearwood

Bowling Club

• 1970 League and Colts Reunion

• 1980 League Reunion

Special thank you to our hard working committee Barry Smith,

Peter Taylor-Thorpe, David Brown, Jack Edwards, Ray Richards,

Allan Wedge, Terry Turnbull, George Cole, Kevin Saint and

Rodney Higgs our Bar Manager.

Also a special thank you to Shelia Greer and Vida Dunstan for

providing the sandwiches at half time. To Colin Beard thank you for

your continued articles on past players “Where Are They Now?”.

I would also like to personally thank the many sponsors and

helpers who have participated throughout the year.

WAYNE DELMENICo

President

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TroPHY DoNorS

Buttery, Steve and Dorothy

Centurion Club (SFFC)

Collard Family

Cornwall, Isla

Culver Family

Dean, Terry and Dianne

Favazzo Engine Reconditioning

Gino’s Café

Guardian Pharmacy Hamilton Hill

Hankinson Family

Harper, Harold and Phyllis

Heathcote, Brian and Merle

Homestyle Salad Makers

House Committee (SFFC)

Hughes Family

Ingraham, Doug, Wendy and Kath

Lorrigan, Rayma

Martinovich, Chris and Eileen

McGuinness Family

Mihaljevich, Len and Fran

Milmar Distributors

Oceanus Restaurant

Past Players and Officials (SFFC)

Scania Australia Pty Ltd

Shearer Family

The Gate Bar & Bistro

Warrens Menswear

OBITUARIES

OBITUARIES

It is with sincere and deep regret that we record

the passing of former Life Member, Kath Ingraham

former players Harvey Hodgekiss, Gary Brookes and

life long supporter Reginald Court

Each will be remembered and we extend to their

relatives our deepest sympathy.

Your Board also wishes to express condolences to

all members who were unfortunate enough to lose

loved ones during the past year.


Actimed Australia Pty Ltd

Admiral Printing

Anchor Paint Place

Apollo Bicycle Co

Armando Sports

Avanti Glass

Bannister Suites Fremantle

Beaurepaires

Beta Spuds

Biltfirm Furniture Pty Ltd

Black Tie Limousines

BOSS International

Char Char Bull Restaurant

Chic Cosmetics

Corporate Challenge

Cricket & Football Shop

Dimattina Coffee

Dome Cafe

Dorsogna Limited

Driftwood Estate Wines

DTMT Construction

Elephants Rock Cider Company

Esplanade Hotel Fremantle

Farrington Drycleaners

FLN Spraypainting

Forrestfield Amcal Chemist

FreeDB Car Stereo

Ferrari Formalwear

Fosters Australia

Fremantle Fishing Tackle

Fremantle Football Club

Fremantle Leisure Centre

Fremantle Tram Tours

Fremantle/Cockburn Gazette

Gigi’s On George

Gino’s Café

Glen Iris Public Golf Course

2010 aUCTIoN DoNorS

Goodchild Enterprises

Grand Cinemas

Greyhounds WA Cannington

Guardian Pharmacy Hamilton Hill

Harvey Fresh

Homemakers Furniture

Homestyle Salad Makers

Hoyts Cinemas

H-R Products

IGA Express South Fremantle

Inspirations Paint & Colour

Instant Waste Management

Juvell Jewellers

Leeuwin Ocean Adventure

Foundation

Lolly Shop Fremantle

Lotterywest

Mainpeak Australia

Mal Atwell Indoor Leisure Group

Media Tonic

Merlino Furniture Importers

Metro Lintels

Metropolis Fremantle

Moondyne Joe’s Hotel

Mower City Hamilton Hill

Myaree Ceramics

Needhamair

Norfolk Hotel Fremantle

Numero Uno Café

Ocean Beach Hotel

Oceanus Restaurant

Office Tools

On The Beach - Albany

Paddington Ale House

Paintball Skirmish Perth

Peaches Fresh Food Market

PK Tweddle Pty Ltd

Racing & Wagering WA

Radio 6PR

Rottnest Express

Royal Fremantle Golf Club

Ryan’s Quality Meats

S & D Jewellery Workshop

Salmark Promotions

Scania Australia Pty Ltd

Scotty’s Fruit & Vege

Shepherd’s Newsagency

Skydive Express

SJM Sports Pty Ltd

South Fremantle Garden Centre

Spices Catering

Spring Into Fitness

Starworld Framing

Stripe Master

The Finishing Touch Gallery

The Gate Bar & Bistro

The Left Bank Bar & Café

The Mean Fiddler Restaurant

The Shearing Shed

Tint A Car Fremantle

Titan Ford Melville

Tyrrell’s Wines

Valentine’s Camera House

Villa Roma

WA Hino

WA Poker League

WACA

Warrens Menswear

West Australian Football League

West Coast Eagles

Willie Creek Pearl Farm

Workforce Clothing Pty Ltd

Yellow Banana CD’s & Concerts Pty Ltd

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WHAT IS A BEquEST?

A bequest is a gift that you make

in your will. Bequests can be

made in a variety of ways. Some

examples include: Percentage of

your estate, Nominated dollar

amount, Shares or bonds, Property

or real estate, Proceeds of life

insurance policy.

DOES THE SIZE OF YOuR

BEquEST MATTER?

We welcome bequests of any

size. Every bequest helps to make

a difference to the future of the

South Fremantle Football Club.

HOW WILL YOuR BEquEST BE

uSED?

Making a bequest is a very

personal act. You can choose to

leave your gift for general use,

or direct it to support a more

specific need of the club. Some

of the key areas of need include

player equipment and capital

development.

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SOUTH FREMANTLE

BEQUEST PROGRAM

You can show your support for the South Fremantle Football Club by making a bequest to the Club in

your will. It is one of the easiest ways to support the Club that we all love. Every bequest, irrespective of

size, will make a difference to the ongoing future development of the South Fremantle Football Club. Your

bequest can also be directed to a more specific purpose.

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HOW WILL YOu BE

ACKNOWLEDGED?

The South Fremantle Football

Club will acknowledge and honour

those who intend to remember the

Club in their will. Your generosity

will be publicly acknowledged, or

you may elect to be recorded as

an anonymous member.

HOW TO MAKE A BEquEST

TO THE SOuTH FREMANTLE

FOOTBALL CLuB?

You make a bequest in your will.

The wording provided below is

intended as a guide and may

assist your solicitor in preparing

your will. If you already have made

a will and don’t want to make

major changes, you may simply

add a Codicil to include the South

Fremantle Football Club.

I give…(specify $ amount,

percentage or share of estate,

detail property or assets) of the

residue of my estate to the South

Fremantle Football Club for its

own use absolutely, and I direct

that the receipt of the treasurer

or other proper officer for the

time being of the South Fremantle

Football Club shall be a good

and sufficient discharge to my

trustee(s).

Note: If you are intending to

support a more specific purpose or

activity at the Club, you will need

to state this clearly in your will.

WHY NOTIFY THE SOuTH

FREMANTLE FOOTBALL CLuB

OF YOuR BEquEST?

You are encouraged to notify the

Club of your bequest so the Club

can keep track of all bequests and

ensure you will be kept in touch

with what is happening at the

South Fremantle Football Club.


1950 – 1970 REUNION

Don Haddow, Danny Civich, Brian Ciccotosto, Tony Ryan, Alf Oldenhoff,

Frank Legena, Franz Tomka, Tom Grljusich, Rod Rate and Gary Greer.

Laurie Green, Des Kelly, Don Dixon, Bob Mason – 1950 Premiership

Players.

Garlic Munchers Team of the Century, left to right: Ned Fimmano, John Gerovich, Tom Grljusich, Paul Vasoli,

Frank Legena, Wally Matera, Jack Rocchi, Danny Civich, Tony Parentich, Darren Gaspar, Brian Ciccotosto

(captain), Jon Dorotich, Phil Matera, Warren Mosconi, Peter Amaranti and Tony Micale (coach).

Alan (Chubby) Stiles, Bryan Cousins, Peter Dougan, Bob Shields and Pat

Astone at the 1970 Grand Final Reunion.

GARLIC

MUNCHERS

TEAM OF THE

CENTURY

CEO Brian Ciccotosto presenting

Joe Dujmovic with a framed

certificate for the DTMT

Construction being major sponsor

of the Garlic Munchers Team of

the Century.

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2010 COLTS

2010 COLTS

FRONT ROW (L-R):

Harley Van Der Wielen, Boyden Griffiths, Ben Stine, Brendan Gulley (Vice Captain), Warrick Andreoli (Captain), Mason Hill (Vice Captain),

Jarrod Guglielmana, Jamie Athanasiou, Fabian Riley

2ND ROW (L-R):

Simon Nimmo (Head Coach), Terry Dean (Chairman), Blair Edgar, Jacob Nartinez, Nick Carlson, Cody Spanjers, Anthony Van Manen,

Brendan Verrier, Jason Maskos, Daniel Vidovich, Susan Griffiths(Statistician)

3rd ROW (L-R):

Daniel Gilmore (Runner/Assistant Coach), David Slack (Property Man), Colin Griffiths (Assistant), Cameron Allison, Ruben Brennan,

Dale Hamilton, Jayden D’Vauz, Sean Lynch, Shannon Burnett, Andrew Pruiti, Bruce Fraser (Assistant Coach), Terry Turbull (Timekeeper)

4TH ROW (L-R):

Robert Thomson, Ben Newton, Sam O’Neill, Callum Jakovich, Ivan Borich, Jesse Joachim, Adam Feeney, Steven Verrier, Harry Drygan

(Interchange Steward)

BACK ROW (L-R):

Nicholas Borovac, Brendan Ah Chee, Shane Kersten, Jack Farrington, Damien Hayward, Mason Shaw, Lloyd Skinner, Marcus Cronan,

Adam Galliano


2009COLTS REpORT

2010 was a very special year for the South Fremantle Colts.

Firstly, I would like to acknowledge the absolute commitment and

passion the players have displayed over the course of a season.

Every player represented the South Fremantle Football Club with

upmost distinction in training, games and off-field commitments

and I have no doubt many of these young men will continue their

outstanding involvement with the Bulldogs.

Colts football is a development program and as a coach, my

personal ambition, is to develop fine young men and I think we

have achieved that.

We played a total of 61 players and provided opportunities to

many young men in our metro and country zones and from the

Warriors Academy.

12 players played made a successful transition into senior football

playing a handful of reserves games late in the season, and Shane

Kersten graduated to league football.

I would like to congratulate the seven players who were selected

in the WA State 18s, the highest representation from any of the

WAFL clubs, a credit to South Fremantle, the coaching staff and

the players involved.

The 2010 season started with a bang as our full strength colts

team defeated East Perth (home), reigning premiers Claremont

(away) and Perth (home) to be 5-3 after the first round of fixtures.

The next round saw many opportunities arise with the State

campaign and injuries change the make-up of the team. Many

players from the colts rookie list became regulars and we were

fortunate to have a plethora of players from the Warriors program

ready for colts football.

Whilst we only won one more game for the season, there were

many outstanding efforts and performances against more

experienced opposition.

It was a tough way to learn about WAFL football but football is a

cruel, demanding game and I have no doubt this learning will pay

dividends in the coming seasons.

I would like to personally thank my coaching staff for their

diligence, professionalism and good nature this season.

Bruce Fraser, who has gone over and above in his role as assistant

coach this season, has guided me through some tough times this

season and I sincerely thank him for his contribution to the program.

Assistant coaches Daniel Vidovich, Daniel Gilmore and David

Daws all brought an intellect to the coaching panel, various

experiences and developed strong relationships with all the boys.

To Sue Jones, who did not miss training all season, I thank you

for your outstanding role as colts manager and Lew Turner for his

dedication as game day manager.

Thanks to colts chairman Terry Dean, for the enormous volume of

work he did behind the scenes, always solving problems and making

the environment a positive one for players and coaches alike.

Thanks to Sue Griffiths, Harry and Terry for the important roles

that made the game day operation very smooth, we all appreciate

your assistance.

To all the training and medical staff who helped out through the

year your contribution was invaluable.

I must make a special mention to Colin Griffiths Jnr for his

enormous effort as head water boy for the 2010 season. Always

smiling, Colin is a fine young man who always lifted the spirits of

the group.

I would like to thank all the parents who have supported the

program and given me positive feedback through the journey, for

a first-year coach I sincerely appreciate you help.

Thanks to John Dimmer and Garry Fuller for their mentorship

throughout the season, to have two senior premiership coaches in

your corner is an incredible privilege to a young WAFL coach and

I appreciate your efforts.

Finally, thanks to Pete Christie, a great football person, who

always provided support and friendship throughout the season.

I believe the South Fremantle Football Club is very fortunate to

have Pete as director of football.

In closing, I wish to thank the South Fremantle Football Club for

giving me the opportunity to coach; I have had one of my most

enjoyable years of football involvement and have learned more

about football clubs than ever before.

Unfortunately, I will not continue coaching in 2011 due to

increasing work commitments however I have no doubt the team

will be in very good shape and the lesson learned this year will

turn the tables in the next.

Good luck to all the boys, we have had a lot of laughs this season

and I hope you keep enjoying your football.

sIMoN NIMMo

Colts Coach

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2010 RESERVES

2010 RESERVES

FRONT ROW (L-R):

Nigel Hamilton (Assistant Coach), Boyden Griffiths, Anthony Collica, Joel Palumbo, James Taylor, Mark Miller, Jarrod Guglielmana,

Cory Dell’Olio, Blair Edgar, Shannon Rioli, Garry Fuller (Coach)

2ND ROW (L-R):

Gerard Wilkie, Matt Oliveri, Michael Ganzer, Sam Fielding, Anthony Van Manen, Daniel Easter, Warrick Andreoli, Jayden Pickett,

Paul Mugambwa, John Athanasiou, Les Olivieri (Runner), John Jones (Property Man)

3rd ROW (L-R):

George Cole (Reserves Timekeeper), Jarrod Winter, Matthew Leece, Alex Wyatt, Jarrod Parry, Mitch Carter, Adam McIntosh,

Adam Feeney, Thomas Motlop, Gavin Campbell, Peter Taylor-Thorpe (Interchange Steward)

4TH ROW (L-R):

Ryan Mauricio, Ben Newton, Steven Verrier, Mason Hill, Joshua Head, Nicholas Borovac, Tyler Hall, Brendan Gulley, Blake Dunkeld

BACK ROW (L-R):

Shane Kersten, Nick Groenenberg, Dylan Bairstow, James Klause, Damian Hayward, Leigh Kelly, Scott Delmenico, Chris Bossong,

Adam Doughty


2010RESERVES REpORT

Being a successful football club – at any level – requires an

enormous amount of organisation and effort, as well as a healthy

slice of good fortune. Just as in any match there are pivotal

moments that can ultimately determine the course of the game,

so there are circumstances and events within a club that greatly

affect the ongoing success of the playing group. During the

2010 season the South Fremantle Football Club was tested on

many fronts, from front office issues and coaching panel changes

through to player retirements and an ever mounting injury list, all

of which played a part in shaping our season.

In defending their 2009 premiership, the 2010 Reserves team

was again a highly competitive unit. After a slow start to the

season the team settled into some consistent football and we had

worked our way into a top three position. But, as the season wore

on and we were forced to make large numbers of changes to the

team week after week, the odds became insurmountable and

we slipped out of the finals race. At no stage did the Reserves

surrender meekly in a contest, it was more a case of our team

being slightly behind in their physical development and game

experience to challenge the top sides late in the season.

In our last three matches we fielded a team containing ten or

more Colts-aged players, all of whom acquitted themselves

well and enjoyed the experience. These players were given

the opportunity to train with the senior squad over the last 4-6

weeks of the season and the feedback from them has been very

positive in terms of growing their confidence and increasing their

awareness about the standards expected within the senior group.

Although we were not successful enough on the field to take

part in the finals this year, I have been immensely satisfied with

the level of dedication and improvement within the group. We

played 62 players in the Reserves team throughout 2010 – surely

a “world record” - and those who were promoted to the League

team were keen and confident about making a real impact at the

higher level. Sometimes success should not be measured purely

by premiership points, and I strongly believe that this season is

one of those cases. The validity of my beliefs will be tested next

season because I expect the group to maintain their level of

improvement and surge back into the finals. Anything less would

prove my confidence in the group to be unfounded, but I’m

prepared to back them in!

It’s at this point that I would usually single out many of the

individuals who have given invaluable service to the Reserves

group throughout the season. In this report, however, I would

simply like to extend my most sincere thanks to all of those

people who made a contribution to our 2010 campaign. There

are so many levels of involvement, each as important as any other,

and I would like you all to know that the players and I appreciate

your often thankless efforts.

Congratulations to all of the award winners, particularly Mark

Miller and Tyler Hall, both of whom have beaten off setbacks to

play consistently good football over the season. The challenge

ahead for these guys, as it is for many of the young Reserves

squad, is to establish themselves as regular League players next

season, through hard work and persistence.

I would like to confirm that I am standing down from the position

of Reserves Coach after five extremely rewarding seasons. There

have been many highlights and many challenges, and I would

like to particularly thank John, Terry and Haydn for their ongoing

support throughout my tenure. The club has provided me with the

opportunity to continually develop my coaching skills, under one

of the all time greats of the WAFL and surrounded by people of

real quality. More importantly, the club has provided me with the

support of another “family” throughout a very challenging time

in my personal life. I will forever be indebted to you all for that. I

am looking forward to taking on another coaching/mentoring role

within the club in 2011 in support of our developing talent.

In closing, the adage that ‘the harder you work, the luckier you

get’ certainly does not apply to our group of players. During

2010 they worked as hard to improve as any group I have been

involved with, and I am sure they will continue to do so. What they

are collectively due is an upturn in the luck needed to maintain

their best efforts on the field. That said, there is no substitute for

honest, hard working players, and I have no doubt that it will be

a very determined group that turns out for preseason training in

early November. I wish them every success.

GARRY FULLER

Reserves Coach

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2010 LEAGUE TEAM

2010 LEAGUE TEAM

FRONT ROW (L-R):

Anthony Collica, Kyle Hams, Cory Dell’Olio, Sam Hunt, John Dimmer (Coach), Jaymie Graham, Adam Guglielmana, Joel Palumbo,

Gerald Wilkie

2ND ROW (L-R):

Caitlyn Drygan (Trainer), Marty Bos (Trainer), Tony Walters (Assistant Coach), Paul Mugambwa, Toby Bairstow, Sam Fielding,

Daniel Easter, Cory Amato, Kris Miller, Tony Mollica (Team Manager), Sandy Cuccovia (Property Man), John Jones (Property Man)

3rd ROW (L-R):

David Slack (Trainer), Les Olivieri (Runner), Mitch Carter, Thomas Motlop, Matthew Leece, Blake Dunkeld, Gavin Campbell,

Jarrod Winter, Jarrod Parry, Craig White, Garry Fuller (Reserves Coach), Peter Matier (Reserves Team Manager),

Andrew Stone (Coach’s Assistant), James Bridle (Fitness Coach), Jennifer Nikolich (Time Keeper)

BACK ROW (L-R):

Brett Stanford, Mark Miller, Shane Kersten, Andrew Mc Carrey, Dylan Bairstow, James Klause, Scott Delmenico, Chris Bossong,

Joshua Head, Callum Wilson

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2010LEAGUE REpORT

Twelve months is a long time in football. This time last year I was

writing about the great success we had had at both league and

reserves level, twelve months on and we failed to make the finals

in either grade. How can this happen in such a relatively short

time?

There is no doubt that injuries certainly took their toll on the

team. Key players were struck down with serious injuries from

the first game of the season and things did not improve from

that point in time. By the end of the season we had three knee

reconstructions, two serious ankle injuries, two other knee

complaints and a series of soft tissue ailments. This culminated

in twenty five players from the senior squad being unable to be

selected for the last game of the season.

I also feel that we had some players who were suffering from

football fatigue. This fatigue can build up over the years and can

be a product of carrying injuries, being delisted from AFL squads

or not being drafted when expectations were high that they may

well be selected for an AFL list. These factors as well as coming

off a premiership and the clubs most successful season since the

1950’s culminated in a number of players playing below their true

capabilities.

There is, however, no doubt that the season has been an

extremely productive one in terms of development. Forty two

players represented the club at league level of which twelve were

first game players, sixty four played reserves football of which a

large number were promoted from the colts. This exposure to

higher level football will stand the players in good stead for the

future.

It is also pleasing to note that individuals who were in and out of

the team last year cemented their place in the team and finished

high in the fairest and best awards. This is a great reward for

their perseverance and commitment. In particular I would like to

congratulate Nathan Phillips for his effort in winning the Fairest

and Best Award even though he was struck down with a knee

reconstruction and missed a number of games towards the end

of the season. Ashton Hams second placing was also reward for a

terrific year which saw him consolidate his place in the West Coast

Eagles team and because of his efforts we may see even less of

him in 2011. Adam Guglielmana’s efforts in taking out third place

is a tremendous story and example to all players of what can be

achieved through a consistent effort and desire to want to be the

best you can be. With this approach I’m sure Adam will improve

even further and become an elite mid-fielder in the competition.

The challenge for the younger players and those who have now

played a significant number of games is to become dominant

WAFL players, not just players who make up the numbers, but

players who can lead the club to a finals campaign and hopefully a

premiership. This takes continual improvement which comes from

a dedicated approach to all aspects of the game, anything less

and there will be no individual improvement and no change in the

position of the team.

Whilst 2010 did not bring the results we were after we still had

some great work being done behind the scenes and in this regard

I would like to thank a number of people.

Firstly to Tom Bottrell for his work with the leadership group

which this year included some new faces in Corry Amato, Kyle

Hams and Toby Bairstow along with Craig White, captain Toby

McGrath, vice-captain Jaymie Graham and deputy-vice captain

Sam Hunt. Their continual development will stand them in good

stead not just in football but in life in general. I would particularly

like to single out Toby McGrath for special mention. Toby

announced that he would stand down from the captaincy at the

end of 2010. He has had a highly decorated career to date and

can now put his efforts into returning to top form for next season

and helping us climb up the ladder and help someone else at the

club become a premiership captain like him.

I would also like to thank Tony Mollica and Carl Micale for their

work around the club and particularly with the league team. Both

of these gentlemen are great individuals who have a big impact

on the senior squad. To Sandy Cuccovia and John Jones in the

property room (with the occasional guest appearance of Ron

Porter) kept the property room buzzing all year. To our medical

staff headed up by Merv Lockhart and physio Greg Wootton

well done in what was one of the busiest years on record in the

medical rooms

To the coaching staff, well done in a difficult year. The efforts

of Tony Walters, Neil Mildenhall, Andy Stone, reserves coach

Garry Fuller and assistant Nigel Hamilton along with fitness staff

James Bridle and Cas Gabriels were just as dedicated this year

as last. The efforts of our runners, particularly Les Olivieri (who

often ran for the reserves and league on the same day), are to be

commended as well.

It is also important to note the work of departed Football

Manager Jason Burton. Jason brought a considerable amount

of expertise to the league and reserves teams, particularly

through the application of video editing and statistical analysis

that was vital for the feedback given to players. This element

of player development can never be underestimated and was

a real strength of Jason’s. Whilst Jason left during the year I

look forward to working with our new Football Manager, Brent

Dawkins, who brings to the club a great deal of experience from

the AFL system and a real knowledge of player development

protocols, this augurs well for the future. Welcome Brent.

To all the other members of the South Fremantle staff both paid

and volunteers, thank you for your efforts. Hopefully we can

reward you next year with a climb up the premiership ladder.

Finally, I would like to thank our Board of Directors. Without

their commitment we would not be the great club that we are.

In particular, I would like to publically thank them for appointing

me as the league coach for the next three years. This show of

faith gives stability to the coaching structure and a sufficiently

long enough time frame to develop the young players mentioned

earlier to the level required to be successful.

2011 is not far away. The challenge for the whole club is

to improve in all areas so that we can move higher up the

premiership ladder. The playing group have a major role to play

in this. Without a dedicated approach, starting in November,

success will not be achieved. It is up to each individual to set

their goals high and work hard to achieve them, sometimes in the

face of difficulties. The rewards that the ultimate success brings

is obvious, you just have to look at the players who have tasted

premiership success at all levels at the end of 2010 to understand

the feeling it brings. No one gives you success you have to go

and earn it.

JoHN DIMMER

Coach

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hUGhES MEdAL COUnT

2009WJ

Margaret Smith recipient of a 10 year certificate

with President Haydn Raitt.

Reserves Coach Garry Fuller and Anthony Collica

winner of the Harold Harper 3rd best Reserves.

Jarrod Parry recipient of the Shearer/Hankinson

most promising player award with presenter

Jason Ferris.

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Craig White 100th game. Round 2 versus

Claremont.

Doug Ingraham, Brendan Ah Chee and Brad Collard celebrate Brendan’s achievement in winning

the Dave Ingraham Memorial Medal, Mayoral Trophy and the Collard Family Encouragement

Award.

Warren Medallist for best clubman Jaymie

Graham with director Don Pasqua proprietor of

Warrens Menswear.

Kyle Hams 100th game. Round 14 versus Peel

Thunder.

Adam Guglielmana winner of the Past

Players & Officials Award for 3rd best and

fairest with Ron Johnston.


Reserves runner up Tyler Hall with Coach

Garry Fuller.

Winner of the Roy McGuinness Medal best and fairest Reserves Mark Miller with presenters

Lorne and Pam McGuinness.

WJ Hughes Medallist Nathan Phillips and

presenter of the fairest and best medal

Eileen Bond.

Matthew Leece winner of the Culver Family

Award for Courage and Perseverance with

presenter Emma Culver.

Wayne Hams (deputising for son Ashton) and

Vanessa Cornwall celebrating Ashton’s runner up

Award the Norrie MacDonald trophy.

Captain Toby McGrath 200th game. Round 23

versus Subiaco.

Ryan Murphy winner of the John Gerovich leading

goalkicker award and coach John Dimmer.

Kris Miller winner of the S & D Jewellery Award

for meritorious performance with donor Stephen

Buttery.

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2010pLAYER dEVELOpMEnT OFFICER REpORT

I would like to start off saying, a

big thank you the club for giving

me the opportunity to be a part

of the South Fremantle Football

Club in 2010. Starting a new job

in an industry and at a club that

I love, was a dream come true

for me. As I am still learning new

different ideas each day, I enjoy

the challenges this job poses

every day.

16’S DEVELOPMENT SquAD

The 16’s Warriors development program

started off with a new coach on board,

Jason Ireland. He took over the reigns

as head coach at the beginning of

January, with a very impressive coaching

background coaching through our district

and being a head coach for 14’s and 15’s

development squads over the past few

years.

With Jason’s experience and help from

assistant coaches in Peter Robinson and

Sam Saffioti the boys were exposed to

quality coaching which would help them

through the WAFL carnival as well as back

into the community levels.

Following the WAFL 16’s carnival, Brendan

Chen was awarded the Jim Hurst medal

for best player in the carnival. We also

had 3 players; Sean Lynch, Mason Shaw

and Adam Carter represent the State

16’s side in Sydney. Jayden D’Vauz was

selected to travel to South Africa by the

AFL Indigenous program which took part

in March this year.

In July the 16’s travelled to Melbourne,

which included 38 players and eight

support staff, which made up of the Player

Development Officer, Warriors Chairman,

Coaching staff and medical staff.

The tour is an excellent way to expose the

players to different levels of competition.

We undertook tours of AFL clubs, the

MCG, viewed 3 AFL matches at the MCG

and Etihad Stadium and were entertained

by guest speakers which included South

Fremantle great Brad Hardie. This year

they were also lucky enough to have past

players of the club and current players of

the Essendon Football club, Leroy Jetta

and Mark Williams speak to the boys while

on our Tour of Windy Hill.

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The development squad had two games

against St Monica’s and Xavier College

while on tour.

With those games all boys showed great

physicality to match the Vic’s at their

own game winning the two games quite

comfortably. It also gave us an indication

which boys can take their football to the

next level and which individuals require

work in certain areas of their game.

Jayden D’Vauz, Emmanuel Collard and

Sam Rundle were rewarded with their

excellent performances on tour with going

into the change rooms after the Geelong,

Hawthorn game. Along with the PDO and

coaches they were lucky enough to meet

and have photos with the likes of Buddy

Franklin, Cyril Rioli, Garry Ablett, Joel

Selwood and Paul Chapman.

Our travelling umpire Tim Howard, who

was rewarded with the trip to Melbourne

by being the districts Junior umpire of the

year, had an experience of a life time. Tim

was lucky enough to be taken through

the umpires change rooms before the

Essendon and Melbourne game at the

MCG, and then was given the opportunity

to bounce the football in the middle of the

MCG in front of 40000 people.

After the tour some players were asked

to train with the colts side, and most were

lucky enough to make their debut with the

colts which will put them in good stead

for next year. Those players were Mason

Shaw, Cody Spanjers, Sean Lynch, Sam

Rundle, Jayden D’Vauz, Adam Carter, Dale

Hamilton, Brendan Verrier and Kallum

Mazengard.

14/15’S DEVELOPMENT SquADS

The 14/15’s carnival consisted of 4 teams

of thirty players from each WAFL club,

which play over the October school

holidays.

With these games we get a chance to

develop these young players in different

field positions to help progress their

football for the next year.

Our coaches for this year were; Sam

Saffioti, Darrin Bryden, Chris Athanassiou

and Jason Ireland. Each team consisting

of two assistant coaches and a

team manager. All groups are to be

congratulated for their time and effort

they have put in throughout the carnival.

Congratulation goes out to Sheldon Taylor,

Tim Stewart, Thomas Vandeleur, Jake

Friday, Ben Sokol and Marcus Jennings

who were selected into the State 15’s

school boy squad. A special mention goes

to Sheldon Taylor who was selected into

the All Australian side after the carnival.

uGS / GASCOYNE

With a WAFL game being held in Wagin

this year, it was a good chance to show

off talent from our UGS Rams side and a

combined 15’s Warriors side who played

a curtain raiser before the league game

between South Fremantle and Claremont.

The UGS Rams represented South

Fremantle for country week in July, taking

on other WAFL regional zoned squads

from Claremont, Perth and East Fremantle.

A big thank you goes out to SFFC District

Officer Lou McKenry who managed the

squad over the 3 days, and thank you

to Rod Nicholson (Head Coach) and his

dedicated support staff and team on a

wonderful job making the UGS Rams a

successful program.

During the year we travelled to Carnarvon

and Exmouth to conduct schools clinics, a

Level 1 coaching course and view matches

including the Grand Final. The trip is a

chance to promote the SFFC and identify

future talent for the development squads

and colts system.

In October the Gascoyne put a under 16’s

side together to travel to Wickham to

represent South Fremantle in the North

West Junior Football Talent Carnival. Next

year the Gascoyne is looking to set up a

development squad like the UGS Rams,

which will help kids develop their skill and

knowledge of Football.

This year there were 4 players who made

their debut playing colts football while

still playing for their regional club. Haiden

Schloithe (Katanning FC), Sam Fortini

(Wickepin FC), Bryce McCallum (Narrogin

FC) and Jaxon Forbes (Ramblers FC) made

their debut with the colts side this year,

and we are looking forward to seeing

more of them next year.

IN CONCLuSION

I would like to finish by saying a big thank

you to all volunteers who put their time

and effort into the program. Without

your help the program would not be able

to run as smoothly as it has. Also to the

sponsors of our program, Woolworths,


2010SUppORT STAFF

2010 SUPPORT STAFF

2010 SUPPORT STAFF

Lorne McGuinness

Merv Lockhart

FRONT ROW (L-R):

Tracey Hall (Statistician), Sue Griffiths (Statistician), Paul Cassat (Statistician), Harry Drygan (Colts Interchange Steward),

Jennifer Nikolich (Senior Timekeeper), Sue Gurney (Statistician)

BACK ROW (L-R):

Colin Griffiths (Junior Trainer), George Cole (Reserves Timekeeper) David Slack (Trainer), Terry Turnbull (Colts Timekeeper),

Sandy Cuccovia (Head Property Man), Caitlyn Drygan (Trainer), Marty Bos (Trainer) John Jones (Property Man)

Flight Centre, Cricket and Football Shop,

Greyhounds WA and Seacorp thank you

for your support of the program and

continued support for years to come.

A special thank you to the SFFC Warriors

chairman Peter O’Neill, whose work and

dedication he put to the program was

amazing. The guest speakers he arranges

to educate the players, the organisation

of the Melbourne Trip to name a couple

of things is a wonderful thing, and I look

forward to continue working with him to

make the program bigger and better each

year.

I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a

happy new year, and looking forward to

the season ahead.

DANIEL VIDoVICH

Player Development officer

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2010dISTRICT dEVELOpMEnT REpORT

This is my 8th year writing a report for the SFFC yearbook and I

think it is my responsibility to change it up a little and try something

different rather than the same old reporting style from years past.

What I will present is a SWOT analysis of the District in 2010 which

will give members an insight into the workings of the District, the

broadness of our business and the challenges we tackle head on.

Review of 2010 as follows:

STRENGTHS

• 17 members made up the SF District

Football Development Council which

is the strongest it has been since its

inception in 2003 and again Chaired by

Mr Rob Taylor.

• Robyn Elms appointed as the new

Junior Competition Administrator,

which proved to be a remarkable

success with the role supporting all

junior clubs and competition.

• Lou McKenry worked very hard again

in building a full girls football pathway

with close to 200 girls involved from

5 through to 15 years all participating

in training sessions and games over 6

weeks or longer. Girls Auskick Centres

based out of Armadale and Atwell

were again very successful with over

120 girls involved.

• Indigenous Auskick was started at

the Champion Centre in the City of

Armadale with 75 registering with

the program. The 8 sessions involved

an AFL Game and a visit to the

Wirrapanda Foundation. Program was

aimed at Indigenous boys and girls

who are not already involved at a junior

football club.

• Coaching Unit established for first time

where we had Jason Ireland oversee

Junior/Youth/Senior coordinators

deliver support, resources and

mentoring to our 167 junior and senior

coaches in the District. Jason Ireland

has done an exceptional job with our

coaches over the last couple of years

and he will be sorely missed as he

moves through the coaching pathway.

• 100% accreditation achieved by our

coaches which means we have well

educated and trained personnel

looking after our youth players.

• 27 new umpires recruited to the Junior

Competition, which helps provide the

88 umpires needed very weekend in

our junior competition. It is a credit

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to the District Umpiring Manager

Mal Hooper that only 6 umpires have

moved on from last year which is well

down of the average dropout figure for

umpires across the state and shows the

training and mentoring environment

Mal is providing.

• 121 Junior and Senior Club Members

present at the Club Development

Workshop at the SFFC in May where

we covered everything from Volunteer

Development, Conflict Resolution, How

to Delegate and a number of other

subject which helped the clubs run

more efficiently.

• 18 Junior and Senior Canteen

Managers attended the Canteens

WA workshop on the same night

which showed how to provide a well

balanced and nutritional menu without

costing business.

• The AFL Quality Club program has

been rolled out which encourages

junior and senior clubs to provide

evidence that their club is

professionally run and by doing

so receiving accreditation for their

efforts. Congratulations must go to

North Fremantle AFC for receiving

Bronze and the Silver Accreditation,

first club in the District to receive

any accreditation. Jandakot Jets SFC

and Fremantle Hawks JFC have also

received Bronze.

• District Council provided 2 Leadership

sessions this year to assist executive

members of our junior and senior

clubs to become pro-active leaders at

their club. Paul Tonich was exceptional

and very well received by the 73 in

attendance and Bruce Willis later in

the year gave our members a slightly

different perspective on Leadership

and how it related to his defence force

experiences.

• Boyden Griffiths our Development

Trainee delivered a quality schools

program this year and with the help

of Toby Bairstow and Jamie Eggers

delivered to 28,000 students over the

first 2 terms of this year. Outstanding

result and as this is core business for

our Council we are very proud of the

fact that our schools program has been

maintained as such a high level.

• Our brand new club in Hammond Park

JFC has doubled in growth over the

last 2 years and is looking to continue

its roll out into the modified rules

competition next year with a possible

3 sides. Auskick numbers are now at

67 which is remarkable effort for such a

young club.

• The District has been working very

hard with our clubs over the last 5

years to establish and build strong

working relationships with Local and

State Government Departments to

ensure Football is at the forefront of

minds when developing new facilities

and upgrading old ones. This year we

saw some movement on some key

decisions and these were as follows:

• Kwinana Knights JFC move into new

$4 million facility in Orelia, called the

Fiona Harris Pavilion

Fremantle Hawks receive funding for

lighting at Dick Lawrence which will

provide 50 Lux for training purposes

Fremantle Hawks receive $500K to

upgrade current facility, which will

give the club much needed space for

change rooms, canteen and functions.

• Cockburn Lakes receive $300K

to upgrade facility, which is an

outstanding result for the District

because it gives our Senior Club

benefit as well as District umpires who

train there every Wednesday during

the season

South Coogee JFC receive funding t o

upgrade facility, amount to be clarified

• Hammond Park facility funding fast

tracked to 2012 because of better than

expected growth

WEAKNESSES

• Communication structures; too many

stakeholders are not receiving District

information due to deficient structures.

• Disadvantaged areas; The District has

some areas of disadvantage which

results in boys and girls not having the

capacity to engage in football.


• Our recruitment vs. population rate

target for boys aged 5-15 years is

over 25%; Clubs in the District which

need assistance and support and are

well below this recruitment rate are

Armadale (9.6%), Cockburn (8.1%),

Lakes (10.2%) and Leda (9.3%).

• Senior Football Engagement; 70% of

senior clubs are actively engaged and

working with the District, we want to

have 100%.

• Transition Rates from Junior to Senior

Football; We are still seeing too

many players drop out of football all

together after finishing juniors, we

need the District, JFC’s and SFC’s

working closer together to bridge the

gap between juniors and seniors.

OPPORTuNITIES

• Upgrade District website and ensure

we have personnel updating every

week with different articles and

information.

• Develop and email database for

all junior and senior coaches, team

managers and stakeholders to ensure

information sharing is consistent.

• Provide funding for disadvantaged

families in the District to participate

in structured football; District already

has funding proposal at the WAFC to

support this initiative.

• Meet with all Senior Clubs to ensure

they have an Memorandum of

Understanding with their closest Junior

Club which enhances the pathway

from juniors to seniors and also ensure

they are at least at Bronze level of the

Quality Club Program.

• Update current Youth Transition

Booklet and disseminate to all

stakeholders.

THREATS

• Facility Development; Too many new

developers are not providing adequate

space required to house Aussie Rules

Football resulting in lack of facilities to

cater for an active population.

• Water Shortages; currently have issue

in Roleystone where the Senior Oval

is running out of water and the City of

Armadale is searching for new water

sources to solve the issue. This will be

a problem which will resonate through

most Local Government Councils as we

get less rainfall over the years and we

will find more and more sports forced

to rationalise facilities and multi-use.

• Volunteer Overload; a number of

our junior clubs have had enormous

growth over the last 5 years and this

has placed increased pressure on our

quality volunteers. District needs to

keep upgrading its support for these

volunteers and ensure that they have

the tools to run their clubs as efficiently

as possible.

I would like to thank a number of people

for their contributions this year, they don’t

get thanked enough and most of them are

volunteers who have full time jobs and are

helping out in their spare time.

Firstly like to thank Lou, Robyn and

Boyden who have done a sensational

job this year. Lou looks after all our

participation, coaching, female and

umpiring segments which has seen

excellent results all round. Boyden has

been to more schools than you can

imagine and has completed a quality

program. Robyn in her first year as Junior

Competition Administrator has been

nothing short of brilliant, her support,

assistance and rapport with the clubs has

been first rate and she is a valuable asset

to the District.

To the District Council, all 17 members

have been active this year and I thank

all of you for contributing to the District,

ensuring we stay at the forefront of

development in the state.

Special mention to the in Rob Taylor,

Shane Harding, Dave Kenny and Sharon

Greengrass, it is always a pleasure working

with you, your dedication to your roles

is unprecedented and I for one am very

thankful I have volunteers of your calibre

on the team.

To our P&D panel who were new to role

this year and did an exceptional job in

keeping our reported players honest

in Peter Matier, Stephen Goodall, Gary

Gough, Murray Vitali and Sheryl Ward we

thank you.

To the SFFC in Amelia, Kirsty, Jess, Mike,

Bob, Steve, Vido, Cicco, Haydn and the

board for all their support and friendship –

Thank You!

To the South Fremantle Members, we are

building a base for the future which will

provide not only quality players to the

SFFC, but first class coaches, umpires,

volunteers, trainers, administrators,

support staff and many more members.

We need to further promote this pathway

and ensure we are giving our local talent

opportunities.

Bring on 2011!

BRADD GARDINER

District Development Manager

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2010

AWARdS & SEASOn dETAILS

LEAGUE AWARdS

WJ hughes Medal

Fairest & Best Player

NATHAN PHILLIPS

n Macdonald Memorial Trophy

Runner Up

ASHTON HAMS

past players & Officials Trophy

3rd Best Player

ADAM GUGLIELMANA

S & d Jewellery Award

Outstanding Performance

KRIS MILLER

Culver Family Award

Courage & Perseverance

MATTHEW LEECE

Warren Medal

Best Clubman

JAYMIE GRAHAM

Shearer/hankinson Award

Most Promising Player

JARROD PARRY

John Gerovich Trophy

Leading Goalkicker

RYAN MURPHY

LEAGUE AChIEVEMEnT

AWARdS

ANTHONY COLLICA

Round 1 versus East Perth

MITCH CARTER

Round 1 versus East Perth

DYLAN BAIRSTOW

Round 1 versus East Perth

BLAKE DUNKELD

Round 15 versus Claremont

JARRAD PARRY

Round 16 versus West Perth

SHANE KERSTEN

Round 19 versus East Fremantle

DANIEL EASTER

Round 19 versus East Fremantle

MATTHEW LEECE

Round 21 versus West Perth

WJ hUGhES MEdAL COUnT

Phillips, Nathan 47

Hams, Ashton 43

Guglielmana, Adam 39

North, Hayden 37

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Miller, Kris 37

Bairstow, Toby 36

Hams, Kyle 33

McCarrey, Andrew 31

McGrath, Toby 31

Delmenico, Scott 29

Hunt, Sam 28

Head, Josh 24

Wilson, Callum 23

Murphy, Ryan 19

Graham, Jaymie 18

White, Craig 18

Bossong, Chris 16

Parry, Jarrad 9

Amato, Corry 7

Collica, Anthony 7

Adams, Theo 6

Dell’Olio, Cory 6

Siegert, Andrew 4

Winter, Jarrad 4

Mugambwa, Paul 3

Miller, Mark 2

Bairstow, Dylan 2

Fielding, Sam 2

Wilkie, Gerard 2

Carter, Mitch 1

S & d JEWELLERY AWARd

Miller, Kris 17

Delmenico, Scott 16

McCarrey, Andrew 15

Bairstow, Toby 14

Phillips, Nathan 14

McGrath, Toby 12

North, Hayden 12

Guglielmana, Adam 11

Hams, Ashton 10

Head, Josh 10

Hams, Kyle 9

Bossong, Chris 7

Graham, Jaymie 7

Parry, Jarrod 7

Wilson, Callum 7

Adams, Theo 4

Hunt, Sam 4

Amato, Corry 3

Mugambwa, Paul 3

Miller, Mark 2

Siegert, Andrew 2

White, Craig 2

Wilkie, Gerard 2

Murphy, Ryan 1

LEAGUE GAMES pLAYEd

Amato, Corry 20

Bairstow, Toby 20

Guglielmana, Adam 20

McCarrey, Andrew 20

Miller, Kris 20

White, Craig 20

Murphy, Ryan 19

Hunt, Sam 18

Hams, Kyle 18

Head, Josh 17

Wilson, Callum 17

Delmenico, Scott 16

Bossong, Chris 15

Dell’Olio, Cory 15

McGrath, Toby 15

Mugambwa, Paul 15

North, Hayden 15

Collica, Anthony 14

Phillips, Nathan 13

Fielding, Sam 12

Motlop, Thomas 9

Hams, Ashton 9

Graham, Jaymie 8

Carter, Mitch 8

Wilkie, Gerard 7

Parry, Jarrad 6

Siegert, Andrew 6

Winter, Jarrad 6

Adams, Reece 4

Kersten, Shane 4

Klause, James 4

Palumbo, Joel 4

Campbell, Gavin 3

Cornell, Mitch 3

Easter, Daniel 3

Miller, Mark 3

Thornton, Scott 3

Adams, Theo 2

Bairstow, Dylan 2

Leece, Matthew 2

Stanford, Brett 2

Tungatalum, Ross 2

Dunkeld, Blake 1

LEAGUE GOAL SCORERS

Murphy, Ryan 63

Wilson, Callum 43

Phillips, Nathan 22

Dell’Olio, Cory 18

Collica, Anthony 14

Hams, Ashton 13

Head, Joshua 13


2010

AWARdS & SEASOn dETAILS

Bairstow, Toby 12

Motlop, Thomas 12

Mugambwa, Paul 12

McCarrey, Andrew 11

Guglielmana, Adam 11

McGrath, Toby 10

Kersten, Shane 9

Miller, Kris 6

Siegert, Andrew 6

North, Hayden 6

White, Craig 5

Fielding, Sam 3

Hams, Kyle 2

Winter, Jarrod 2

Adams, Reece 2

Hunt, Sam 2

Graham, Jaymie 2

Carter, Mitch 1

Tungatalum, Ross 1

Palumbo, Joel 1

Delmenico, Scott 1

Parry, Jarrad 1

Amato, Corry 1

Stanford, Brett 1

Thornton, Scott 1

2010 SAndOVER

MEdAL VOTES

Phillip, Nathan 19

Murphy, Ryan 15

McGrath, Toby 11

Miller, Chris 11

Wilson, Callum 11

Gugliemana, Adam 9

Hams, Kyle 9

White, Craig 9

Bairstow, Toby 8

Hams, Ashton 8

Graham, Jaymie 6

Head, Joshua 6

North, Hayden 6

Hunt, Samuel 3

Collica, Anthony 2

Dell ‘Olio, Cory 1

RESERVES AWARdS

Roy McGuinness Medal

Fairest & Best Award

MARK MILLER

Favazzo’s Engine Reconditioning Award

Runner Up

TYLER HALL

harold harper Award

3rd Best Player

ANTHONY COLLICA

pLAYERS’ AWARd

MARK MILLER & TYLER HALL

ROY McGUnnESS MEdAL

COUnT 2010

Miller, Mark 38

Hall, Tyler 36

Collica, Anthony 35

Parry, Jarrad 33

Winter, Jarrad 33

Cornell, Mitch 32

Palumbo, Joel 29

Maiorana, Jesse 26

Stanford, Brett 26

Dunkeld, Blake 25

Leece, Matthew 24

Fielding, Sam 19

Easter, Daniel 17

Kelly, Leigh 17

Motlop, Thomas 17

Campbell, Gavin 15

Dell’Olio, Cory 15

McIntosh, Adam 14

Siegert, Andrew 13

Carter, Mitch 12

Delmenico, Scott 12

Kersten, Shane 11

Bairstow, Dylan 8

Tungatalum, Ross 8

Adams, Reece 7

Andreoli, Warrick 6

Head, Josh 5

Johns, Marlon 5

Klause, James 5

Mugambwa, Paul 5

Wilkie, Gerard 5

Boyden Griffiths 4

Rioli, Shannon 4

Wyatt, Alex 3

Van Manen, Anthony 3

Groenenberg, Nick 2

RESERVES GAMES pLAYEd

McIntosh, Adam 19

Hall, Tyler 17

Miller, Mark 17

Maiorana, Jesse 16

Wyatt, Alex 16

Campbell, Gavin 15

Cornell, Mitchell 15

Easter, Daniel 15

Doughty, Adam 14

Kelly, Leigh 14

Parry, Jarrod 14

Stanford, Brett 14

Bairstow, Dylan 13

Dunkeld, Blake 13

Carter, Mitchell 11

Hayward, Damian 11

Rioli, Shannon 11

Leece, Matthew 10

Motlop, Thomas 10

Palumbo, Joel 10

Winter, Jarrad 10

Ganzer, Michael 9

Groenenberg, N 9

Kickett, Jayden 9

Taylor, James 9

Tungatalum, Ross 9

Athanasiou, John 8

Fielding, Sam 7

Mauricio, Ryan 7

Olivieri, Matthew 7

Collica, Anthony 6

Johns, Marlon 6

Klause, James 6

Van Manen, Anthony 6

Andreoli, Warrick 5

Grygorcewicz, M 5

Mugambwa, Paul 4

Adams, Reece 3

Delmenico, Scott 3

Gulley, Brendon 3

Hill, Mason 3

Wilkie, Gerard 3

Borovac, Nicholas 2

Dell’Olio, Cory 2

Edgar, Blair 2

Feeney, Adam 2

Griffiths, Boyden 2

Guglielmana, Jarrad 2

Head, Joshua 2

Kersten, Shane 2

Siegert, Andrew 2

Verrier, Steven 2

Wake, John 2

Ah Chee, Brendon 1

Bossong, Chris 1

Headland, Des 1

Newton, Ben 1

North, Hayden 1

O’Brien, Brock 1

Thornton, Scott 1

Verrier, Brendan 1

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2010 AWARdS & SEASOn dETAILS

RESERVES GOAL SCORERS

Kelly, Leigh 22

Tungatalum, Ross 17

Motlop, Thomas 16

Stanford, Brett 13

Cornell, Mitchell 12

Kersten, Shane 11

Johns, Marlon 10

Palumbo, Joel 10

Rioli, Shannon 10

Maiorana, Jesse 9

Head, Josh 8

Easter, Daniel 7

Groenenberg, N 7

Hall, Tyler 7

Hayward, Damian 7

Winter, Jarrad 7

Doughty, Adam 6

Klause, James 6

Van Manen, Anthony 6

Collica, Anthony 5

Dell’Olio, Cory 5

Carter, Mitchell 4

Dunkeld, Blake 4

Fielding, Sam 4

Mugambwa, Paul 4

Adams, Reece 3

Andreoli, Warrick 3

Parry, Jarrod 3

Campbell, Gavin 2

Ganzer, Michael 2

Grygorcewicz, M 2

Hill, Mason 2

Leece, Matthew 2

Miller, Mark 2

Bairstow, Dylan 1

Bossong, Chris 1

Delmenico, Scott 1

Kickett, Jayden 1

Mauricio, Ryan 1

O’Brien, Brock 1

Olivieri, Matthew 1

Siegert, Andrew 1

Verrier, Brendan 1

Wilkie, Gerard 1

Wyatt, Alex 1

2010 pREndERGAST MEdAL

VOTES

Tungatalum, Ross 17

Palumbo, Joel 16

Motlop, Thomas 13

Collica, Anthony 11

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Miller, Mark 11

Cornell, Mitchell 10

Easter, Daniel 10

Hall, Tyler 10

Mugambwa, Paul 9

Head, Josh 5

Kersten, Shane 5

Wilkie, Gerard 5

Campbell, Gavin 4

Dell’Olio, Cory 4

Dunkeld, Blake 4

Groenenberg, N 4

Rioli, Shannon 4

Carter, Mitchell 3

Parry, Jarrod 2

Winter, Jarrad 2

Adams, Reece 1

Doughty, Adam 1

Klause, James 1

COLTS AWARdS

dave Ingraham Memorial Medal

Fairest & Best Award

BRENDAN AH CHEE

City of Fremantle

Mayoral Trophy

BRENDAN AH CHEE

SG & RL Lorrigan Trophy

Runner Up

STEVE VERRIER

B & M heathcote Award

Best First Year Player

SHANE KERSTEN

Coach’s Award

Coach’s Trophy

SHANNON BURNETT

house Committee Award

Best Clubman

ROBERT THOMPSON

M & F Mihaljevich Award

Best Team Man

CAMERON ALLISON

Terry dean Award

Most Consistent

ADAM FEENEY

Chris Martinovich Award

Most Improved Player

JARRAD GUGLIELMANA

Collard Family Indigenous Award

Encouragement Award

BRENDAN AH CHEE

dAVE InGRAhAM

MEMORIAL MEdAL COUnT

Ah Chee, Brendan 67

Verrier, Steven 61

Allison, Cameron 53

Burnett, Shannon 48

Gulley, Brendan 46

Borovac, Nicholas 45

Griffiths, Boyden 42

Newton, Ben 42

Feeney, Adam 39

Kersten, Shane 39

Hill, Mason 38

Van Manen, Anthony 36

Martinez, Jacob 32

Guglielmana, Jarrad 29

Jakovich, Callum 25

Kennedy, Mitchell 24

Jones, Matthew 23

Thompson, Robert 23

Athanassiou, Jamie 22

Brennan, Ruben 22

Carlson, Nick 22

Andreoli, Warrick 20

Maskos, Jason 16

Hayward, Damian 15

Schloithe, Haiden 12

Carter, Adam 9

Skinner, Lloyd 9

Shea, Breighton 8

Shaw, Mason 8

Abbott, Darren 6

Borich, Ivan 5

Riley, Fabian 4

Spanjers, Codey 3

O’Neill, Sam 2

Fortini, Sam 1

Hamilton, Dale 1

Lynch, Sean 1

Pruiti, Andrew 1

Joachim, Jesse 1

COLTS GAMES pLAYEd

Feeney, Adam 18

Griffiths, Boyden 18

Burnett, Shannon 17

Athanassiou, Jamie 16

Verrier, Steven 16

Gulley, Brendon 15

Borovac, Nicholas 14

Carlson, Nicholas 14

Guglielmana, Jarrad 14

Maskos, Jason 14


2010AWARdS & SEASOn dETAILS

Allison, Cameron 13

Stone, Benjamin 13

Thompson, Robert 13

Kennedy, Mitchell 12

Van Manen, Anthony 12

Ah Chee, Brendon 11

Brennan, Reuben 11

Hill, Mason 11

Jakovich, Callum 11

Skinner, Lloyd 11

Riley, Fabian 9

Andreoli, Warrick 8

Joachim, Jesse 8

Kersten, Shane 8

Shea, Brieghton 8

Borich, Ivan 7

Cronan, Marcus 7

Edgar, Blair 7

Jones, Matthew 7

Martinez, Jacob 7

Newton, Benjamin 6

Pruiti, Andrew 6

Shaw, Mason 6

Caldwell, Tyler 5

Galiano, Adam 5

Hayward, Damian 5

O’Neill, Samuel 5

Crosby, Braden 4

Spanjers, Cody 4

Verrier, Brendan 4

Abbott, Darren 3

Farringdon, Jack 3

Hamilton, Dale 3

Meadowcroft, Ryan 3

Stuart, Mitchell 3

Van Der Wielen, H 3

D’Vauz, Jayden 2

Forbes, Jaxon 2

Fortini, Samuel 2

Lynch, Sean 2

Mazengarb, Kallan 2

McCallum, Bryce 2

Rundle, Sam 2

Schloithe, Haiden 2

Bolger, Myles 1

Bootsma, Joshua 1

Carter, Adam 1

Morrell, Tyler 1

Mow, Curtley 1

Wenn, Ryan 1

COLTS GOAL SCORERS

Kersten, Shane 30

Hill, Mason 15

Van Manen, Anthony 15

Carlson, Nicholas 14

Jones, Matthew 13

Newton, Benjamin 10

Griffiths, Boyden 9

Maskos, Jason 9

Shea, Brieghton 9

Riley, Fabian 6

Ah Chee, Brendon 5

Guglielmana, Jarrad 5

Verrier, Steven 5

Hayward, Damian 4

Allison, Cameron 3

Athanassiou, Jamie 3

Burnett, Shannon 3

Jakovich, Callum 3

Cronan, Marcus 2

Forbes, Jaxon 2

Schloithe, Haiden 2

Skinner, Lloyd 2

Andreoli, Warrick 1

Borovac, Nicholas 1

Brennan, Reuben 1

Caldwell, Tyler 1

Crosby, Braden 1

Edgar, Blair 1

Feeney, Adam 1

Fortini, Samuel 1

Galiano, Adam 1

Gulley, Brendon 1

Hamilton, Dale 1

Rundle, Sam 1

Shaw, Mason 1

Stone, Benjamin 1

Stuart, Mitchell 1

Thompson, Robert 1

Van Der Wielen, H 1

Verrier, Brendan 1

2010 JACK CLARKE MEdAL

VOTES

Kersten, Shane 15

Andreoli, Warrick 15

Hill, Mason 13

Jones, Matthew 10

Griffiths, Boyden 9

Borovac, Nicholas 5

Ah Chee, Brendon 5

Guglielmana, Jarrad 5

Martinez, Jacob 4

Athanassiou, Jamie 3

Allison, Cameron 3

Hayward, Damian 2

Gulley, Brendon 2

Van Manen, Anthony 1

Carlson, Nicholas 1

Haydn & Sue Raitt

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2010 RECORdS AT A GLAnCE

FOUndER

hOME GROUnd

Griff John

WAFL pREMIERShIpS

1916 Defeated East Fremantle

1917 Defeated East Fremantle

1947 Defeated West Perth

1948 Defeated West Perth

1950 Defeated Perth

1952 Defeated West Perth

1953 Defeated West Perth

1954 Defeated East Fremantle

1970 Defeated Perth

1980 Defeated Swan Districts

1997 Defeated East Fremantle

2005 Defeated Claremont

2009 Defeated Subiaco

FInALS

1900, 1901, 1905 – 1910, 1912 – 1919,

1921 – 1924, 1927 – 1932, 1939 – 1941,

1945 – 1956, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1970,

1975 – 1976, 1978 – 1981, 1983, 1988 –

1990, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001,

2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009

RESERVES pREMIERS

1936, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1985, 1988, 1991,

1992, 2004, 2009

ThIRdS, COLTS, UndER 19’s

pREMIERS

1970, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 2002, 2003

R p ROdRIGUEZ ShIELd

1983, 1984, 1992, 2001, 2004, 2009

LOnGEST pREMIERShIp

dROUGhT

30 years 1918 - 1947

SUCCESSIVE FInALS

12 (1945 – 1956)

SUCCESSIVE GRAnd FInALS

5 (1950 – 1954)

hIGhEST CLUB SCORE

40.18 v West Perth (1981)

LOWEST CLUB SCORE

0.4 v East Fremantle (1904)

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RECORd CROWd

23,109 v East Fremantle (4 June 1979)

ALL-AUSTRALIAn pLAYERS

Steve Marsh, John Gerovich, Cliff Hillier,

John Todd, Brian Ciccotosto, Stephen

Michael, Brad Hardie

SAndOVER MEdAL

WInnERS

1928 J Rocchi

1937 F Jenkins

1947 C Lewington

1952 S Marsh

1955 J Todd

1980 S Michael

1981 S Michael

1986 M Bairstow

1989 C Edwards

2005 T McGrath

FAIREST And BEST WInnERS

A W WALKER MEdAL

1926 J Campbell

1927 F Fuhrmann

1928 J Rocchi

1929 J Rocchi

1930 R Edgar

1931 C Jennings

1932 R Edgar

1933 R Edgar

1934 J Ditchburn

1935 J Ditchburn

1936 N Lewington

1937 F Jenkins

1938 F Jenkins

1939 F Jenkins

1940 C Lewington

1941 A Higham

1942 – 1944 SUSPENDED

1945 J Reilly

1946 C Lewington

1947 C Lewington

1948 D Ingraham

1949 L Green

1950 S Marsh

1951 S Marsh

1952 S Marsh

1953 B Naylor

1954 C Tyson

1955 J Todd

1956 S Marsh

1957 A Parentich

1958 J Todd

1959 C Hillier

1960 J Sumich

1961 J Todd

1962 G Bow

1963 R Bowe

1964 G Scott

1965 K Miller

1966 C Beard

1967 N Cox

1968 T Grljusich

1969 H Mann

1970 D Civich

1971 R Daw

1972 T Grljusich

1973 F Seinor

1974 B Monteath

1975 R Carson

1976 J McKay

1977 S Michael

1978 S Michael

1979 S Michael

1980 N Carter

1981 S Michael

1982 B Hardie

1983 S Michael

W J hUGhES MEdAL

1984 N Carter

1985 W Matera

1986 M Bairstow

1987 S Watters

1988 C Edwards

1989 C Edwards

1990 C Collard

1991 B Collard

1992 W Matera

1993 W Matera

1994 P Bell

1995 S Pears

1996 J Porter

1997 S Pears

1998 B Bootsma

1999 B Bootsma

2000 D Rennick

2001 M Clucas

2002 Z Parsons

2003 J Byrne

2004 T McGrath


2010 RECORdS AT A GLAnCE

2005 C Jones

2006 C Jones

2007 K Miller

2008 T McGrath

2009 K Miller

2010 N Phillips

pAST pRESIdEnTS

1900 – 1904 T O’Beirne

1905 – 1908 W Bell

1909 W M Owston

1910 – 1911 M F Plaisted

1912 H E Bolton MLC

1913 – 1918 A S Putland

1919 J Strong

1920 R McCrutcheon

1921 J Strong

1922 – 1925 G E Stevens

1926 – 1927 W Mulligan

1928 – 1930 P J Barry

1931 – 1932 W Morgan

1933 – 1939 C Doig

1940 – 1950 J A Polinelli

1951 – 1952 W J Hughes Snr

1953 – 1959 F C Fuhrmann

1960 – 1961 W J Hughes Snr

1962 – 1966 W J Collins

1967 – 1969 F W Harrison

1970 – 1971 W J Hughes Snr

1972 – 1977 R Hart

1978 – 1981 D N MacDonald

1982 – 1984 A R Annear

1984 – 1990 W Ryder

1990 – 1992 W J Hughes

1992 – 1996 R Gloede

1996 - 2008 T Dean

2009 - H Raitt

pAST SECRETARIES

1900 – 1902 G John

1903 G Matthews

1904 A Barlow

1905 G John

1905 – 1907 H Callaghan

1908 – 1910 P Yeo

1911 P Russell

1912 – 1915 R Tapping

1916 – 1919 W J Coates

1920 – 1924 R M Fulton

1925 – 1927 B Morris

1928 – 1929 E Willis

1930 – 1938 P Winch

1939 W J Truscott

1940 – 1941 F W Harrison

1942 B Morris

1943 – 1944 C Law

1945 – 1961 F W Harrison

1962 – 1966 J Maffina

1967 – 1968 H Hanrahan

1969 D W Bower

1969 – 1974 K R Smith

1974 J T Hatton

1975 – 1976 B V Thirley

1976 – 1977 R May

pAST GEnERAL MAnAGERS

1978 – 1980 R May

1981 – 1989 R Harper

1989 - 2005 B Ciccotosto

ChIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

2005 - B Ciccotosto

SIMpSOn MEdAL WInnERS

1947 F Jenkins (WA v Victoria)

1947 E Erickson (Grand Final v West Perth)

1948 D Ingraham (Grand Final v West Perth)

1950 C Lewington (Grand Final v Perth)

1952 D Kelly (Grand Final v West Perth)

1953 S Marsh (Grand Final v West Perth)

1954 C Tyson (Grand Final v East Fremantle)

1956 T Parentich (Grand Final v East Perth)

1970 B Ciccotosto (Grand Final v Perth)

1975 S Magro (WA v Victoria)

1980 M Rioli (Grand Final v Swan Districts)

1981 M Rioli (Grand Final v Claremont)

1983 M Rioli (WA v Victoria)

1983 S Michael (WA v SA)

1984 B Hardie (WA v Victoria)

1986 B Hardie (WA v Victoria)

1993 M Atkins (WA v SA)

1997 J Dorotich (WA v Tasmania)

1997 D Hynes (Grand Final v East Fremantle)

2005 T McGrath (Grand Final v Claremont)

2006 A Hay (WA v Victoria)

2009 A Hams (Grand Final v Subiaco)

TASSIE MEdAL WInnERS

1983 S Michael

1984 B Hardie

1986 B Hardie

BROWnLOW MEdAL

1985 B Hardie

nORM SMITh MEdAL

1981 M Rioli

1992 P Matera

GRAhAM MOSS MEdAL

1998 P Bell

pREMIERShIp COAChES

1916 Bill Coates

1917 Bill Coates

1947 Sir Ross Hutchinson

1948 Sir Ross Hutchinson

1950 Clive Lewington

1952 Clive Lewington

1953 Clive Lewington

1954 Clive Lewington

1970 Hassa Mann

1980 Mal Brown

1997 John Todd

2005 John Dimmer

2009 John Dimmer

pREMIERShIp pRESIdEnTS

1916 A S Putland

1917 A S Putland

1947 J A Polinelli

1948 J A Polinelli

1950 J A Polinelli

1952 W J Hughes Snr

1953 F C Fuhrmann

1954 F C Fuhrmann

1970 W J Hughes Snr

1980 D N MacDonald

1997 T K Dean

2005 T K Dean

2009 H Raitt

pAST LEAGUE COAChES

1911 – 1912 J Leckie

1913 – 1920 W J Coates

1921 T Cain

1922 W Craig

1923 W McGilvray

1924 P Youlden / T Bell

1925 A Haindricks / C Sullivan

1926 C J Sunderland

1927 T Cain

1928 C J Sunderland

1929 N McIntosh

1930 – 1931 W Habbard

1932 R Doig

1933 N McIntosh

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1934 – 1935 A W Edgar

1936 – 1937 J Jones

1938 – 1939 B Chandler

1940 K Shea

1941 J Bowe

1942 R Poole

1943 D Smith

1944 A Davies

1945 N Lewington

1946 N Lewington / J Ditchburn

1947 – 1949 R Hutchinson

1950 – 1958 C Lewington

1959 J Todd

1960 – 1963 M McDonnell

1964 – 1965 R Sorrell

1966 – 1968 J Todd

1969 – 1971 H Mann

1972 – 1973 M Atwell

1974 – 1976 C Beard

1977 P Johnson

1978 – 1984 M Brown

1985 – 1986 D Haddow

1987 – 1990 S Magro

1991 S Hargrave

1992 M Brown

1993 – 1994 M Watson

1995 – 1998 J Todd

1999 A Micale

2000 – 2001 P Sumich

2002 - 2003 J Northey

2004 - J Dimmer

WAFL LEAdInG

GOALKICKERS

1922 H Campbell – 42 goals

1928 A Lawn – 70 goals

1929 A Lawn – 90 goals

1946 B Naylor – 131 goals

1947 B Naylor – 96 goals

1948 B Naylor – 89 goals

1952 B Naylor – 132 goals

1953 B Naylor – 156 goals

1954 B Naylor – 115 goals

1956 J Gerovich – 69 goals

1960 J Gerovich – 101 goals

1961 J Gerovich – 74 goals

1977 R Bauskis – 108 goals

1978 R Bauskis – 81 goals

1992 C Edwards – 48 goals

1996 J Dorotich – 88 goals

1997 J Dorotich – 107 goals

2002 Z Parsons – 65 goals

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SFFC LEAdInG

GOALKICKERS

Bernie Naylor 1064

John Gerovich 743

Jon Dorotich 448

Steve Marsh 448

Ray Bauskis 411

Barry White 321

Brian Ciccotosto 319

Harry Carbon 305

Brad Hardie 302

Noel Carter 298

Graham Scott 293

South Fremantle Football Club 2010 Yearbook

200 GAME pLAYERS

Marty Atkins 266

Tom Grljusich 258

Gary Scott 255

Frank Treasure 254

Stephen Michael 243

Don Byfield 239

Steve Marsh 226

John Gerovich 221

John Colgan 220

Fred Seinor 219

Brian Ciccotosto 211

David Gault 211

Erick Eriksson 210

Jack Reilly Snr 204

Brad Collard 202

Tony Morley 200

Tom Bottrell 200

Toby McGrath 200*

AFL ALL AUSTRALIAn

pLAYERS

Bruce Monteath

Maurice Rioli

Mark Bairstow

John Worsfold

Nicky Winmar

Peter Matera

David Hart

Glen Jakovich

Peter Bell

Jeff Farmer

Darren Gaspar

Phillip Matera

James Clement

WA FOOTBALL hALL OF

FAME IndUCTEES

2004 First Game

R Brentnall 1914

H Campbell 1916

F Jenkins 1937

C Lewington

B Naylor 1941

S Marsh 1945

1939

R Hutchinson

J Todd1955

1947

J Gerovich

R Sorrell 1964

M Rioli1975

1955

S Michael 1975

M Brown 1977

B Hardie 1979

J Worsfold

2005

1986

P Sumich

2006

1986

C Tyson 1948

P Matera

2007

1987

D. Ingraham 1940

G Grljusich 1960

G Jakovich

2009

1989

N Winmar

2010

1983

M Bairstow 1985

ThE AUSTRALIAn FOOTBALL

hALL OF FAME

S Michael

J Todd

S Marsh

P Matera

G Jakovich

pREMIERShIp pLAYERS

Adams, H 1916 - 1917

Adams, R 2009

Adams, T 2005, 2009

Anderton, B 1954

Atkins, M 1997

Bahen, G 1952,53,54

Barrett, R 1980

Beard, B 1947

Bell, P 2009


2010 RECORdS AT A GLAnCE

Black, H 1997

Boot, C 1952,53,54

Bootsma, B 1997

Bossong, C 2009

Bottrell, T 1997

Brentnall, R 1916 - 1917

Byfield, D 1953,54

Calder, N 1952

Campbell, B 1980

Campbell, H 1916 – 1917

Campbell, W 1997

Carbon, H 1947,50,52

Carter, N 1980

Ciccotosto, B 1970

Clark, L 1970

Clucas, M 2005

Civich, D 1970

Cobby, P 1954

Cole, D 1947

Colgan, J 1953,54

Collins, F 1916 – 1917

Comben, B 1916 – 1917

Cornell, K 1980

Cornell, M 2005

Crabbe, L 1948,52

Crawford, J 2005

Crawford, R 1954

Cronan, P 1980

Crook, J 1950

Daly, P 1954

Daw, R 1970

Dell’Olio 2009

Delmenico, S 2009

Delmenico, W 1980

Dennis, N 1970

Dixon, D 1950,52,53,54

Dorotich, J 1997

Dougan, P 1970

Duffield, P 2005

Erickson, E 1947,48,50,52,53

Farmer, J 2009

Gault, D 1997,2005

Gilmore, D 2005, 2009

Graham, E 1947 – 1948

Graham, J 2005, 2009

Green, L 1948,50,53

Greer, G 1970

Griffiths, R 1917

Grljusich, T 1970

Groom, H 1916 – 1917

Grose, E 1953

Haddow, D 1970,80

Hams, A 2005, 2009

Hams, K 2005, 2009

Hardie, B 1980

Hart, D 1997

Hawkins, C 1948

Hay, A 2005

Hayden, R 2005

Hayward, L 1950

Head, J 2009

Hewiit, E 2005

Hickman, C 1952

Hicks, J 1916 – 1917

Hillier, C 1952 - 1954

Hunt, S 2009

Huscham, S 1916

Hutcherson, K 1997

Hutchinson, R 1947

Hynes, D 1997

Ingraham, D 1947,48,50

Jenkins, F 1947 – 1948

Johnson, T 1997

Jones, C 2005

Jones, R 1953

Kelly, D 1950,52, 53,54

Kelly, P 1997

Kelly, T 1980

Kenny, M 1916 – 1917

Legena, F 1970

Lewington, C 1947,48,50

Lockyer, J 1980

Mann, H 1970

Marsh, S 1947,48,50,52,53,54

Mason, B 1947,48,50

Matison, J 1948,50

Maxwell, G 1916 – 1917

McGrath, T 2005, 2009

McIntosh, N 1916 – 1917

McKay, J 1980

McKenzie, L 1916 – 1917

McMahon, G 1916 – 19 17

Michael, C 1997

Michael, S 1980

Miller, K 2009

Morley, T 1980

Mugambwa, P 2009

Murphy, R 2005

Murray, J 1947,48,52,53

Naylor, B 1947,48,50,52,53,54

North, H 2005

Nunn, G 1916

O’Brien, G 1980

Oldenhoff, A 1970

Outhwaite, S 1980

Parentich, T 1952,53,54

Pears, S 1997

Porter, J 1997

Price, F 1947 – 1948

Reed, D 1952,53,54

Reilly, G 1970

Reilly, J 1947,48,50

Reilly, J 1970

Renfrey, R 1947

Rennick, D 1997

Richards, R 1952,54

Rioli, D 1997

Rioli, M 1980

Ryan, T 1970

Scott, G 1970

Seinor, F 1970

Shaw, D 1980

Siegert, A 2009

Sinclair, J 1997

Smith, K 1970

Smith, N 1950,52,53,54

Smithers, R 2005, 2009

Stephens, H 1947 – 1948

Steward, C 1916 – 1917

Stewart, B 1950

Sumich, P 1997

Sweetman, R 1980

Sykes 1917

Tester, H 1916

Thornton, S 2009

Tipuamantamerri, S 2005

Tomka, F 1970

Treasure, F 1947,48,50,52,53,54

Troode, P 1970

Tuxford, G 1916 – 1917

Tyson, C 1948,50,52,53,54

Ugle, K 2005

Vasoli, P 1980

Vigona, B 1980

Wares, D 1947,48,50

Webb, R 2005

Western, A 1948,50

White, B 1952,53,54

White, C 2005, 2009

Whiteley, B 1916 – 1917

Wilkie, G 2009

Wilson, C 2009

Wootton, G 1997

Worsfold, P 1997

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2010 CLUB CEnTURIOnS

(Year of First League Game)

NAME YEAR GAMES

Harry Hodge 1900 100

Sonny Bates 1901 104

Albert Banks 1907 148

Hector Groom 1908 150

Norm McIntosh 1910 130

Frank Collins 1912 114

Natty Giles 1914 153

Gordon Tuxford 1915 113

Johnny Campbell 1916 168

Joe Callow 1917 107

Jerry Sunderland 1918 139

Bill Bateman 1919 102

Percy Staton 1921 113

Frank Fuhrmann 1924 113

Ron Edgar 1924 172

Cyril Jennings 1924 177

A (Sol) Lawn 1925 123

Bill Holt 1927 100

Jim Doig 1927 114

George White 1928 182

Wally Smith 1930 103

Albert Matthews 1934 105

Percy Dodd 1934 116

Neil Lewington 1936 140

Percy Renfrey 1936 125

Frank Jenkins 1937 150

Jack (Corp) Reilly 1937 204

Albert Higham 1937 105

Clive Lewington 1939 182

Ernie Graham 1940 115

Dave Ingraham 1940 135

Bernie Naylor 1941 194

Eric Eriksson 1942 210

Norm Smith 1942 129

Frank Treasure 1942 254

Don Wares 1945 107

Harry Carbon 1945 141

Steve Marsh 1945 226

Len Crabbe 1946 140

Alby Western 1947 102

Bob Mason 1947 121

Laurie Green 1948 100

Don Dixon 1948 134

Charlie Tyson 1948 152

Des Kelly 1949 102

Don Byfield 1950 239

Ray Richards 1951 148

Cliff Hillier 1951 160

John Colgan 1951 220

Ernie Grose 1952 125

Tony Parentich 1952 162

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Barry White 1952 160

Pat Daly 1953 124

Don Stewart 1955 110

John Todd 1955 132

John Gerovich 1955 221

Bob Cassidy 1956 133

Stan Badham 1957 136

John Brindley 1957 117

Gary Scott 1957 255

Murray MacDonald 1959 110

Ron Doig 1959 117

Colin Beard 1959 168

Tom Grljusich 1960 258

Fred Seinor 1961 219

Kevin Miller 1963 102

Gary Greer 1963 169

Peter Dougan 1964 101

Franz Tomka 1964 119

Graeme Reilly 1965 132

Graham Scott 1966 117

Bob Carson 1966 154

Brian Ciccotosto 1967 211

Alan Rose 1969 128

Don Haddow 1969 168

Stan Magro 1970 105

Tony Morley 1971 200

Barry Cooper 1972 109

Ray Bauskis 1972 120

Bruce Monteath 1972 117

Eddie Bauskis 1973 100

Peter Lauritsen 1973 101

Simon Outhwaite 1973 158

Joe McKay 1974 169

Basil Campbell 1975 102

Rod Barrett 1975 194

Stephen Michael 1975 243

Maurice Rioli 1975 168

Wayne Delmenico 1976 128

Kevin Cornell 1976 130

Paul Mountain 1977 116

Benny Vigona 1977 165

Noel Carter 1978 155

Paul Vasoli 1979 124

Phil Cronan 1979 100

Brad Hardie 1979 140

Jon Dorotich 1981 151

Wally Matera 1982 142

Craig Edwards 1984 163

Brad Collard 1984 202

Cliff Collard 1986 172

Peter Sumich 1986 112

Peter Worsfold 1987 156

Martin Atkins 1989 266

John Porter 1990 191

Greg Wootton 1991 108

Tom Bottrell 1992 200

Brad Bootsma 1994 165

Darryn Rennick 1994 123

David Gault 1996 211

Kingsley Hutcherson 1996 109

Toby McGrath * 1998 200

Matthew Clucas 1999 118

Keren Ugle 2000 176

Ray Smithers 1999 157

Adam Hay 2002 112

Andrew Siegert 2001 114

Daniel Gilmore 2002 102

Hayden North * 2002 128

Craig White * 2004 118

Kyle Hams * 2005 106

* still playing


2010LIFE MEMBERShIp

1905 JOHN, Griff G. *

1906 HODGE, H. *

1907 McMAHON, P.G. *

1910 HICKS, H. *

1911 YEO, P. * ; FRANKLIN, W. *

1912 BITTON, J. *

1916 COATES, W.J. *

1921 O’DONNELL, A. *; PIERCE, L. *

1927 HYMAN, H.A. *; GILES, N. *

1928 HICKS, L.D. *; McCALLUM, Hon.

ALEX M.L.A. *

1932 CAMPBELL, J.S. *; HICKS, F. *

1933 TUXFORD, G.J. *; MORRIS, B.G. *;

WAYMAN, W.W.*; HARDEMAN,

W.J. *

1934 CAPLES, S. *; POWER, W. *

1935 EDGAR, A.W. *; JENNINGS, C.T. *

1936 DOIG, J.A. *; FULLER, H. *

1938 DOIG, C.W. *; WINCH, P.C. *

1939 TOWNSEND, F.G. *

1940 RICHARDSON, R.E. *;

WALKER, A.W. *;

HUGHES, W.J. *

1941 DODD, P.A. *; WHITE, G.M. *;

POLINELLI, J.A. *; DOUST, A.E. *

1943 LAW, C.A. *

1945 HARRISON, F.W. *;

LEWINGTON, N. *

1947 RENFREY, N.P. *; JENKINS, F.W. *;

REILLY, J.H. *

1948 FUHRMANN, F.C. *; COLLINS,

W.J. *; YOULDEN, P.*

1949 SHANANHAN, R.T. *;

GILLAN, D.A. *;

LEWINGTON, C.W. *

1950 JOYCE, J.W. *; RICHARDSON,

W.F.A. *;

MOORE, W.P. *

1951 ABERDEEN, (Dr) K.G. *;

TREWHELLA, W.J. *

1952 HOLT, W.A. *; REYNOLDS, A. *

1953 INGRAHAM, D.J. *;

NAYLOR, B.G. *

1954 HENDERSON, S.A. *; METHERALL,

G.R. *; ERICKSSON, E.J. *;

TREASURE, F.W. *

1955 LANCASTER, S.E. *;

O’DONNELL, WL *;

MARSH, S.W.

1956 WARREN, G.F. *; MATISON, J.V.

1957 GOUGH, J. *; GOLDIE, T. *

1958 CARBON, H.J *.

1959 SMITH, N.H.; GROSE, J.T. *;

WILLIS, E.H. *

1960 COLGAN, J.G.; CLARKE, E.J. *;

HOCKING, R.A. *; JEFFREY, V.J. *

1961 BYFIELD, D.E.; POTTS, C.M.

1962 HILLIER, C. *; COCKLE, L.Y. *

1963 ALLAN, N.G. *; PARENTICH, A.

1964 MILLER, K.J. *

1965 WARES, D.M.; WHITE, B.;

BOTTRELL, N.T. *

1966 HOOD, F.*; MILLS, J.S. *;

MURRAY, J.J.*;

TYSON, C.H *.

1967 WARREN, R. *; WALKER, R.;

RICHARDS, R.; CARR, C. * ;

GEROVICH, J.; SCOTT, G.

1968 WOOD, E. *

1969 GROSE, E.N.; McGUINNESS, T.R.*

1970 CRABBE, L *.; COCKLE, N. *

1971 GREER, R.

1972 TODD, J.

1973 SEINOR, F. * ; DAVIS, P. *

1974 GRLJUSICH, D.T.; GLUCINA, I.

1975 PRICE, A. *; SMITH, D. *;

COCKLE, M *.; GROSE, I. *;

GOUGH, D. *; HARRISON, C. *;

INGRAHAM, K.*; LEWINGTON,

N.; MURRAY, I.; PIGGOTT, M. *;

PRICE, E. *; RICHARDSON,J. *;

TREWHELLA, M. *

1976 PAUL, G. *; STEWART, J*.

1977 HODDER, (Dr) E. * ; MOORE, R.;

CICCOTOSTO, B.

1978 HART, R. *

1979 REID, (Dr) E.R.*; HANKINSON,

A.D. *; CRAIG, N.E. *

1980 WOODGATE, R.J.; SEAMAN,

N.G.; SKELTON, J.G.*

1981 BEARD, C.; GREER, G.; McKAY, J.;

MORLEY, T.; MacDONALD, D.N.

*; CARSON, R.; HADDOW, D.;

MICHAEL, S.

1982 BARRETT, R.; HEATH, M. *;

LADNER, S. *; LAMBRECHT, J.*;

OUTHWAITE, S; WILSON, R*

1983 CHATFIELD, D*.; FINDLAY, A.;

MARTINOVICH, C.; GREER, S.

1984 LORRIGAN, G *.

1985 SAINT, K.; CARTER, N.; VIGONA,

B.; LADNER, E*.

1986 WILLIAMS, M *.

1987 CHRISTIE, J.; BROWN, M.G.

1988 HARPER, H.R.

1989 RIOLI, M.

1990 MAFFINA, J.; THORPE, P.;

MAGRO, S.

1991 DEAN, T.K.

1992 EDWARDS, C.; COLLARD, B.

1993 COLLARD, C.; NEVIN, L.;

BRIGHT, R.

1994 LANGE, J.; WHITE, E. *

1995 LESLIE, J.; GLOEDE, R.; ABBOTT,

C.; MATERA, W.;

MONTEATH, B.; HARDIE, B.

1996 PASQUA, S.; RIGBY, J.;

DOROTICH, J.

1997 CANT, B.; FERGUSON, K.; ATKINS,

M.; PORTER, J.

1998 McGUINNESS, P.; DIXON, D.

1999 REID, M.; WORSFOLD, P.

2000 BOTTRELL, T.; (jnr), GURNEY, S.;

BATEMAN, J.; CORNELL, K.

2001 WESTON, D.; PASQUA, D.;

TOMKA, F.

2002 SUMICH, P.; FLANDERS, L.;

MACDONALD, M.

2003 CAPOLINGUA, S.; PORTER, R

2004 DUNSTAN, V; RIDDELL, A;

DOUGAN, P; BOOTSMA, B.

2005 GAULT, D; HURST, J;

MCGUINNESS, L.

2006 RYAN, T; STONE, A.

2007 BAHEN, G; GRLJUSICH, G *;

LOCKHART, M.

2008 SWEETMAN, R; VASOLI, P;

McGRATH, T; UGLE, K.

2009 DEPETRA, J; POWELL, A;

CUCCOVIA, S; SMITHERS, R

* deceased

LIFE TIME MEMBERShIp

2003 ANDERTON, B.; COBBY, P.;

CROOK, J.*; DALY, P.; DAVEY, C.;

GREEN,L.; KELLY,D.; MASON,B.;

REED, D.; RENFREY, R.

2004 BAHEN, G.; BAHEN, J.; BARRY,

L.; CALDER, E.; CHEEK, A.*;

COLE, D.; COWARD, L.; CRANNY,

J.; DYMOCK, W.*; HICKS, C.;

HINDES, A.; HOLMES, C.*;

JOHNSON, N.; LEECE,J. *;

LEWINGTON, B.; MAFFINA,

S.; PAGANONI, W.; PETERSEN,

P.; PETERSEN, W.; RENFREY,

R.; SNARY, N.; TURNBULL, W.;

WHITTINGTON, P.; WRIGHT, K.;

2005 SAINT, U

2006 MIHALJEVICH, L; RENREY, M

2007 ERRINGTON, S; TUXFORD, G

2008 WHELAN, A; BARRETT, N;

GLASKIN, R

2009 RAVLICH, T; NEWTON, J;

ELMER, W; PEARCE, P; KELLY,

K; BADHAM, S; BRINDLEY,

J; CASSIDY, B; JOHNSON, F;

RISEBOROUGH, H.

2010 CAPOLINGUA, A; SHEPPARD,

J; LUKATELICH, D; JEFFERY,

L; GIAQUINTA, F; SMITH, B;

BUSELICH, A; LANGE, JF;

DYMOCK,J; GILLHAM,F; VINCI,P;

BOWE,R; BUCAT, B; BURTON,A;

SUMICH,J

* deceased

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2010STATE REpRESEnTATIVES

oPPoNENTs GoALs KICKED

NAME “DEBUT

YEAR” VIC SA TAS NSW QLD VFA ALLIES OTHER TOTAL VIC SA TAS NSW QLD VFA ALLIES OTHER TOTAL

ADAMS W. ‘Bull’ 1922 1 1 ADAMS W. ‘Bull’ 0

ATKINS Martin 1992 4 1 1 6 ATKINS Martin 1 1

BAHEN Gerry 1954 1 2 3 BAHEN Gerry 0

BAIRSTOW Mark 1985 6 3 1 10 BAIRSTOW Mark 10 5 15

BANKS Albert 1913 2 2 BANKS Albert 0

BARRETT Rod 1981 2 3 5 BARRETT Rod 0

BATEMAN W. Bill 1924 1 1 BATEMAN W. Bill 0

BAUSKIS Eddie 1976 1 1 BAUSKIS Eddie 0

BAUSKIS Ray 1976 1 1 BAUSKIS Ray 2 2

BAYLISS Mark 1988 1 1 BAYLISS Mark 1 1

BEARD Colin 1967 1 1 2 BEARD Colin 0

BELL Peter 1997 1 1 2 BELL Peter 1 1

BOOT Colin 1953 2 2 BOOT Colin 0

BOOTSMA Brad 1995 1 2 1 1 5 BOOTSMA Brad 0

BOTTRELL Tom 1999 1 1 BOTTRELL Tom 0

BYFIELD Don 1955 4 2 2 1 2 11 BYFIELD Don 1 1

BYRNE James 2003 1 1 BYRNE James 0

CALLOW Jack 1923 1 1 2 CALLOW Jack 0

CAMPBELL H. ‘Bonny’ 1920 4 6 2 2 1 2 17 CAMPBELL H. ‘Bonny’ 19 24 9 15 23 90

CAMPBELL Johnny 1914 1 2 1 4 8 CAMPBELL Johnny 2 5 7

CAMPBELL Basil 1977 1 1 CAMPBELL Basil 0

CAMPBELL Herbert 1924 2 2 CAMPBELL Herbert 0

CARBON Harry 1946 4 3 1 1 9 CARBON Harry 3 2 5

CARSON Robert 1976 1 1 CARSON Robert 0

CARTER Gavin 1984 1 2 3 CARTER Gavin 0

CARTER Noel 1981 1 1 2 CARTER Noel 2 3 5

CASSIDY Robert 1959 2 2 CASSIDY Robert 0

CAVANAGH Vernon 1955 2 2 CAVANAGH Vernon 0

CHANDLER Bert 1938 2 2 1 5 CHANDLER Bert 6 6

CICCOTOSTO Brian 1972 2 2 1 5 CICCOTOSTO Brian 2 3 1 6

CLARK Len 1970 2 1 1 4 CLARK Len 3 1 4

CLEMENT James 1997 2 1 3 CLEMENT James 3 1 4

CLUCAS Matthew 2000 1 1 2 CLUCAS Matthew 0

COLGAN John 1952 3 2 2 2 1 10 COLGAN John 0

COLLARD Brad 1990 1 1 COLLARD Brad 1 1

COLLARD Cliff 1990 1 1 COLLARD Cliff 0

CRABBE Len 1949 3 6 1 1 1 12 CRABBE Len 3 1 1 5

CRAWFORD Ray 1955 1 3 1 1 6 CRAWFORD Ray 0

CRONAN Phil 1981 4 4 8 CRONAN Phil 1 1

CROOK John 1950 2 1 1 1 5 CROOK John 0

DALY Pat 1926 1 1 2 DALY Pat 0

DALY Pat 1955 1 1 1 4 7 DALY Pat 0

DAVEY Colin 1955 2 2 DAVEY Colin 0

DELMENICO Wayne 1981 1 1 DELMENICO Wayne 2 2

DITCHBURN James 1934 2 8 10 DITCHBURN James 1 4 5

DIXON Don 1950 4 4 DIXON Don 0

DODD Percy 1937 1 1 2 DODD Percy 0

DOIG Ron 1930 1 1 1 1 4 DOIG Ron 1 3 1 5

DOIG Ron 1963 2 1 3 DOIG Ron 0

DOIG David 1938 1 2 3 DOIG David 0

DOROTICH Jon 1984 5 1 6 DOROTICH Jon 3 7 10

DOUGAN Peter 1965 1 1 DOUGAN Peter 3 3

DUNN F ‘Diver’ 1908 1 2 1 4 DUNN F ‘Diver’ 2 1 1 4

EDGAR Ron 1928 2 1 1 4 EDGAR Ron 0

EDWARDS Craig 1982 6 1 7 EDWARDS Craig 4 4

ERIKSSON Eric 1947 1 2 1 1 7 12 ERIKSSON Eric 0

FISHER Gordon 1914 1 1 1 1 4 FISHER Gordon 0

FITZGERALD Charles 1926 1 1 FITZGERALD Charles 0

GASPAR Darren 1997 1 1 GASPAR Darren 0

GEROVICH John 1955 7 6 4 2 1 20 GEROVICH John 17 14 19 6 56

GILES Nathaniel 1914 1 1 GILES Nathaniel 0

GLUCINA Ivan 1967 1 1 GLUCINA Ivan 0

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2010STATE

oPPoNENTs GoALs KICKED

NAME “DEBUT

YEAR” VIC SA TAS NSW QLD VFA ALLIES OTHER TOTAL VIC SA TAS NSW QLD VFA ALLIES OTHER TOTAL

GRAHAM Ernie 1946 1 1 GRAHAM Ernie 0

GREEN Laurie 1949 1 1 GREEN Laurie 0

GRLJUSICH Tom 1961 1 1 1 3 GRLJUSICH Tom 2 2

GUNYON Wally 1921 1 1 2 GUNYON Wally 1 1 2

HARDIE Brad 1982 6 2 8 HARDIE Brad 2 2

HART David 1984 2 2 1 5 HART David 1 2 3

HAY Adam 2007 1 1 HAY Adam 0

HEINRICHS W. 1921 1 1 2 HEINRICHS W. 0

HENWOOD Wayne 1987 4 4 HENWOOD Wayne 0

HEPBURN Mark 1992 1 1 HEPBURN Mark 0

HEWITT Evan 2005 2 2 HEWITT Evan 1 3 4

HILLIER Cliff 1953 3 4 2 3 12 HILLIER Cliff 0

HOLT William 1927 2 2 HOLT William 0

HUNT Sam 2008 1 1 HUNT Sam 0

HYNES David 1991 1 1 HYNES David 0

INGRAHAM Dave 1946 6 5 2 1 14 INGRAHAM Dave 2 1 1 4

IRVING Dean 1990 1 2 1 4 IRVING Dean 0

JACKSON Stevan 1989 1 1 JACKSON Stevan 3 3

JAKOVICH Glen 1990 3 4 2 9 JAKOVICH Glen 1 2 3

JAKOVICH Allen 1991 1 1 2 JAKOVICH Allen 1 3 4

JENKINS F. ‘Scranno’ 1938 3 4 2 9 JENKINS F. ‘Scranno’ 3 8 11

JENNINGS Cyril 1927 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 JENNINGS Cyril 0

JOHNSON Frank 1962 1 1 JOHNSON Frank 1 1

JONES Clinton 2005 1 1 2 JONES Clinton 1 4 5

JOSLIN James 1924 1 1 JOSLIN James 0

KELLY Des 1953 2 2 4 KELLY Des 0

LAWN A. Sol 1927 2 1 3 LAWN A. Sol 3 3

LEWINGTON Clive 1947 1 2 1 1 5 LEWINGTON Clive 2 2

LEWINGTON Neil 1938 1 1 LEWINGTON Neil 0

MACDONALD Murray 1962 1 1 2 MACDONALD Murray 1 1

MAGRO Stan 1975 5 1 1 7 MAGRO Stan 4 4

MAHON Maurice 1924 1 1 1 3 MAHON Maurice 0

MANN H. ‘Hassa’ 1970 1 1 2 MANN H. ‘Hassa’ 3 3

MARSH Steve 1946 9 7 1 1 1 2 21 MARSH Steve 13 10 1 3 27

MATERA Peter 1989 3 1 1 5 MATERA Peter 4 4

MATERA Phil 1995 1 1 2 MATERA Phil 5 1 6

MATERA Wally 1992 2 2 MATERA Wally 0

MATISON James 1950 1 1 MATISON James 0

MATTHEWS Albert 1936 1 1 MATTHEWS Albert 0

McCARREY Andrew 2010 1 1 McCARREY Andrew 0

McGRATH Toby 2000 2 2 2 6 McGRATH Toby 0

McINTOSH Norm 1914 1 1 1 1 1 5 McINTOSH Norm 1 1

McKAY Joe 1977 5 5 1 11 McKAY Joe 3 3

MICHAEL Stephen 1977 7 9 1 17 MICHAEL Stephen 8 6 1 15

MILLS James 1936 2 2 MILLS James 0

MONTEATH Bruce 1974 7 2 1 10 MONTEATH Bruce 9 3 2 14

MORELLINI Frank 1996 1 1 MORELLINI Frank 1 1

MORLEY Tony 1975 4 2 6 MORLEY Tony 2 1 3

MOSCONI Warren 1984 1 1 MOSCONI Warren 0

MOTT Ricky 2003 1 1 MOTT Ricky 0

MOUNT Stephen 1988 1 1 MOUNT Stephen 0

MURRAY Jack 1947 2 2 MURRAY Jack 0

NAYLOR Bernie 1946 6 6 3 1 16 NAYLOR Bernie 11 18 12 3 44

NORTH Hayden 2005 1 1 2 NORTH Hayden 0

PARENTICH Tony 1953 2 1 1 2 2 8 PARENTICH Tony 0

PARSONS Zane 1999 1 1 2 PARSONS Zane 3 6 9

PEARS Stephen 1996 2 2 PEARS Stephen 1 1

PORTER John 1992 3 1 4 PORTER John 0

PRICE Frank 1949 3 3 PRICE Frank 0

RALSTON Ernest 1911 1 1 1 3 RALSTON Ernest 0

REILLY Jack 1939 5 2 1 2 10 REILLY Jack 4 4 8

REILLY John 1970 1 1 1 3 REILLY John 0

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2010STATE REpRESEnTATIVES

oPPoNENTs GoALs KICKED

NAME “DEBUT

YEAR” VIC SA TAS NSW QLD VFA ALLIES OTHER TOTAL VIC SA TAS NSW QLD VFA ALLIES OTHER TOTAL

REILLY Graeme 1970 1 1 REILLY Graeme 0

RETELL Arthur 1929 2 2 1 5 RETELL Arthur 2 2

RICHARDS Ray 1955 5 6 1 1 13 RICHARDS Ray 2 2

RICHARDSON Arnold 1935 2 1 3 RICHARDSON Arnold 1 1

RICHARDSON Max 1977 3 3 RICHARDSON Max 6 6

RIOLI Maurice 1978 8 3 2 13 RIOLI Maurice 5 3 8

ROBERTSON William 1933 1 2 1 4 ROBERTSON William 1 1

ROCCHI Jack 1929 2 2 4 ROCCHI Jack 0

ROE Willy 1988 1 1 ROE Willy 0

SCOTT Gary 1963 4 1 2 2 2 11 SCOTT Gary 2 1 3

SCOTT Graham 1967 2 3 5 SCOTT Graham 2 2 4

SEINOR Fred 1973 1 2 3 SEINOR Fred 1 1 2

SIEGERT Andrew 2007 1 1 SIEGERT Andrew 0

SMITH Norm 1952 1 3 1 1 6 SMITH Norm 4 2 6

SORRELL Ray 1964 1 1 SORRELL Ray 0

STEPHENS Harry 1948 1 4 5 STEPHENS Harry 0

STEWART Don 1959 1 1 STEWART Don 0

SULLIVAN Charles 1913 1 1 SULLIVAN Charles 0

SUMICH Peter 1988 3 1 1 5 SUMICH Peter 8 3 11

SUMICH Jack 1959 1 1 2 4 SUMICH Jack 4 4

SUNDERLAND Jerry 1922 4 4 1 1 1 11 SUNDERLAND Jerry 3 3

SUTHERLAND W 1913 2 2 SUTHERLAND W 0

TAPPING Albert 1914 1 1 1 1 1 5 TAPPING Albert 1 1

TODD John 1955 4 6 3 13 TODD John 5 12 8 25

TREASURE Frank 1949 3 1 1 4 9 TREASURE Frank 0

TROODE Peter 1973 1 1 2 TROODE Peter 3 3

TRUSCOTT William 1938 1 2 3 TRUSCOTT William 0

TYSON Charlie 1949 5 5 1 1 5 17 TYSON Charlie 3 9 1 5 18

VIGONA Benny 1980 3 1 4 VIGONA Benny 1 1

WARES Don 1947 1 1 WARES Don 0

WATTERS Scott 1988 3 2 1 6 WATTERS Scott 1 1 1 3

WESTERN Alby 1949 3 1 1 5 WESTERN Alby 3 1 4

WHITE Barry 1953 6 5 2 1 2 16 WHITE Barry 8 10 6 4 28

WHITE George 1930 1 2 1 1 5 WHITE George 0

WILLY Roe 1988 1 1 WILLY Roe 0

WINMAR Nicky 1988 4 1 1 2 8 WINMAR Nicky 7 3 10

WORSFOLD John 1988 3 1 1 5 WORSFOLD John 1 1

WORSFOLD Peter 1994 1 1 2 WORSFOLD Peter 0

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