Untitled - Swan Districts Football Club


Untitled - Swan Districts Football Club


annual report

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Annual Report & Yearbook 2011

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President Report 4

Office Bearers 5

CEO Report 6

Sponsors & Club One 7

District Report 32

Female Football Report 40

V Swans 42

Club Records & History 50

Life Members 57

Past Players & Officials 58

Swansmen Report 60

Financials 62


Football Manager Report 9

League Reports 10

Swan Medal 13

Round by Round 16

State Representatives 20

League Results & Ladders 22

Reserves 23

Colts 24

Development 26

Draftees 34

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While there were some positives and tough times on the field in

2011, and plenty going on off the field as well in the things we

continue to grow and develop as a club and organisation, I must

firstly talk about Luke Adams.

What happened to him was a tragedy and left us all devastated,

but the fight he has shown to have recovered so well and be well

and truly on track to be able to live a fully and happy life, is an

inspiration to us all.

It also had another flow on affect with our CEO Brendan Parker.

So touched by Luke was Brendan, that he is now in charge of

the Luke Adams Foundation and there is no way we could ever

begrudge Brendan wanting to leave his post at the club to pursue


Brendan has been an amazing contributor to the growth of Swan

Districts, though, first as football manager, then CEO and I very

much doubt that we would have developed a premiership team,

or grown as an organisation that does so much in the community

without his vision, dedication and work ethic.

In his absence, Angela Doyle did an outstanding job as acting-CEO

for the rest of 2011 and now we are excited to welcome Tom

Bottrell to the role from 2012 onwards.

It is exciting for us at the Swan Districts Football Club to also see

the outstanding performances of our products in the AFL, and

then for us to continue to help players to get drafted into the

system. Nic Naitanui, Chris Yarran, Jeff Garlett, Todd Banfield and

a host of other young players that we have produced in recent

years are now stars of the game and we are so proud of them.

Congratulations this year as well to Stephen Coniglio, Corey Gault

and Murray Newman for being drafted.

The 2011 season was obviously a tough one for us on the field.

Coming off the premiership, things just seemed to go wrong from

the outset for us. Starting with us losing most of our premiership

back-line including Wayde Twomey, Matty Spencer, Trav Casserly

and Paul Richardson was unavailable most of the year and Luke


Pratt and Jarrad Blight couldn’t get right because of injury and

then Luke Miles went down as well.

It just seemed that one thing after another went wrong for our

league side throughout the year, but there were some positives

to take out of it. Tallan Ames held that back-line together

remarkably and it was great to see him win his first Swan Medal.

Graham Jetta, Jarrhan Jacky, our captain Josh Roberts, Tom Roach

and Kyle Hams all were among the players to stand up.

It was a tough initiation to senior coaching for Greg Harding as

well, but ‘Stiffy’ is an outstanding coach and teacher of players

and we have no doubt he will be able to help us turning things

around on the field on 2012.

A bit of luck with injuries and with some things that went wrong in

2011 turning around quickly, plus some exciting recruits of which

we already have one in the form of dual Subiaco premiership

player Shaun Hildebrandt, and I am sure we will have an exciting

season in 2012 under Greg.

While we could go on talking about on-field matters, as President

I am so proud of the continued growth we are making as an

organisation in so many areas and it was fantastic that we were

rewarded with the Minister’s Award for Industry Excellence

recently at the WA Sport and Recreation Industry Awards.

You never set out to win awards like that, but when you do it really

hammers home the importance of everything that you do as a

club has in the overall scheme of things and it makes everyone

at the SDFC even more focused and determined to continue the

positive impact we are having.

On behalf of the board, I want to personally thank all of our

staff, coaches, players, support staff and volunteers that

make our club run the way that it continues to as arguably the

biggest, and most influential, WAFL club on and off the field.

Now it’s time to look ahead to 2012 and it is exciting for so many

different reasons that I now can’t wait for the footy to start.



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Chief Executive Officer: Angela Doyle

Auditors: Ray Woolley Pty Ltd

Lawyer: Simon Watters

Business Development Manager: Angela Doyle

Marketing Manager: Megan Jones

Sales & Function Manager: Joanne Taylor


District Manager: Isaac Stewart

Development Officer: Paul Godfrey

District Registrar: Dee More


Finance Manager: Rochelle Parker

Accounts Clerk: Vikkie Massie

Office Administrator: Jenny McBride

Promotions Officer: Jim Dougan


General Manager Football Operations: Phil Smart

talent & Coaching Manager: Adrian Hickmott

Football Administrator: Steven Thomson

Football Department Assistant: Ken Ball

List Manager: Ross Parker


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Coach: Greg Harding

Assistants: Geoffrey Valentine, Cameron Shepherd, Adrian


Ruck Coach: Percy Johnson

Strenth & Conditioning: Dan Jolly

Boxing: Graham O’Donnell, Alan O’Donnell, Keiran Markham

team Manager: Lloyd Lockhart


Richard Mann

Runners: Andrew Pruyin, John Laurito, Shane Ball, Luke Bonnett

timekeeper: David Holmes

interchange: Terry Hall, Ian Bardwell


Coach: Craig Callaghan

Assistants: Luke Pratt, James Grabski, Luke Miles

team Manager: Garry Rollinson

Runners: Darren Lake

timekeeper: Ian Bardwell

interchange: Reg Connors


Coach: Adrian Hickmott

Assistants: Steven Thomson, Russell Banks, Russell Wholgan,

Trent Davies

team Manager: Dave Parry

Runners: Brett Warner, Ian Livinstone

timekeeper:Terry Hall, Patrick Keighran

interchange: Patrick Keighran


Doctor: Dr. Anthony Sciberras

Chiropractor: Dr. Soroush Ebtash

Physio: Shelley Matcham

Head trainer: Gary Seaton

trainers: Paul McCarthy, Lindsay Armstrong, John Mckibbin,

Darryl Crotty, Jim Byrne, Karli Hampson, Gillian Weir, Haley Ryan,

Adam Ryan, Rebecca Boehm, Shannon Holt, Molly Lowrther,

Kelsey Beard, Natalie Smailes, Latham Arnott, Angie Radford,

Luke Bonnett.


Alan Hickling, Rod Parry


Rod Greene


Scott Cummings


Statisticians: Sean Doody, Ian Jones, Frank Casserly, Jennifer

Kynaston, Daniel Cavanagh, Tonya Mcglew, Donna Casserly.

Scoreboard Attendant: Jim Dougan

tribunal Advocate: Ken Ball

Historians: Greg Wardell-Johnson, Brad Willey


The 2011 year was definitely one of learning for everyone at

the Swan Districts Football Club.

Replicating the success of 2010 was always going to be a

challenge for this great club but we entered the season with

high hopes. Unfortunately after some crucial losses early in

the season we struggled to find consistency and combat the

ever growing list of injuries, for many players season ending.

But while the league side might not have had quite the year

we were hoping for, we certainly witnessed many shining

lights throughout the year.

Tallan Ames continued his impressive form down back in

2011, taking out his first Swan Medal, congratulations Tallan.

We have continued to lead the way in terms of providing

talent for the AFL. Congratulations to Stephen Coniglio,

Murray Newman & Corey Gault for being taken in this year’s

national draft; we wish them all the best as they take the next

step in their football careers. We also witnessed some strong

performances from our senior players Tom Roach, Graham

Jetta, Tim Geappen, Ashley Hansen and Tallan Ames at the

State level.

The 1961-62-63 premiership anniversary, I believe, was the

event of the year as we honoured stars of the past. To have

so many heroes of this club gathered for one evening and to

hear the stories of Bunton, Slater, Bagley & Walker, was truly

special and a great way to reflect on such a prolific era of the

Swan Districts Football Club.

At the community level, via our V Swans programs, we

continue to provide first class delivery throughout the Pilbara

and metro regions. I am often asked what the ‘V’ stands for

in V Swans; it is actually the formation in which Swans fly

to protect each other and move with speed and strength to





ensure they reach their destination together - a very fitting

metaphor for our entire club.

Our V Swans team has worked extremely hard over the past

few years with the support of great partners such as BHP

Billiton, Chevron, Steel Blue, Midway Ford, Pilbara Motor

Group, Australian Reliance & Newcrest, to identify and meet

the needs of the diverse communities within our zone. The

level of excellence we have achieved is now being recognised

at a state and national level evidenced by our success at the

recent 2011 WA Sport & Recreation Industry Awards. Not only

did our Hedland based Shooting Goals program win the award

for Provision of Sport and Recreation to Regional WA, we also

managed to take out the coveted $10,000 Minister’s Award

for Industry Excellence. Congratulations to Nicole Graves and

her team and thank you to our partners for enabling us to

achieve such great outcomes at the community level.

Sometimes, however, we can be inspired by someone or

something beyond the scope of our football and programs;

and such was the case with the story of Luke Adams. It is

never easy seeing one of your own face a life threatening

situation and Luke’s fight had a profound effect on the club,

touching each one of us in some way. He is a true champion

who continues to astound us in his remarkable recovery and

inspire us as we forge ahead. We wish Luke and his family all

the best for 2012.

2011 also saw the departure of our CEO, Brendan Parker.

Brendan has had significant involvement with the SDFC, firstly

as a player back in the 1990s, then following football’s career

pathway as football manager and finally as CEO, where he

developed many new initiatives and programs, and achieved

premiership success in 2010.

Brendan’s impact on our club will be long-lasting. His vision

to diversify our business has presented us with opportunities,

combined with challenges that many WAFL clubs are yet to

even see. He has created a dynamic business that remains

competitive in the current marketplace and will allow us

to achieve further success in the future. The SDFC wishes

Brendan all the best in his future endeavours.

I certainly feel grateful and fortunate for the opportunity

presented to me to step into the CEO’s chair after Brendan

did decide to move on. There is no doubt that it has been

invaluable to my development as a sports administrator, but

even more so as a person. I’d particularly like to thank Nicole

Graves & Phil Smart for their guidance and support during this

very challenging transition period. I have no doubt the work

that we have done in the last six months will show true value

in the years to come.

The club has since gone through an extensive selection process

appointing a new CEO and we are delighted to welcome Tom

Bottrell into the role as of the start of 2012.

I would like to take the opportunity to thank the board and

our ever-growing staff here at the Swan Districts Football Club.

The work that each and every one of you do, and dedication

you have, is what drives our success both on and off the field.

The hours that you all put in and the passion you show to make

us a successful, professional and innovative outfit cannot go


The true strength and commitment of your supporter base is

tested during your tougher years, and this year our supporters

stood tall. We still maintained attendance records beyond

most other WAFL clubs. Swans supporters are renowned (and

sometimes feared) throughout football circles; we thank you

for your continued support and hope to see you again next

year as you drive us to greater success.

Finally to our major partners - Steel Blue, Midway Ford, BHP

Billiton & Chevron thank you for your ongoing commitment

to this club and the outcomes we are trying to achieve. But

also to our associate, media, club one sponsors and members,

your contribution remains crucial to the financial viability of

this club, creates community capacity and is a driving factor to

our overall success - thank you.

I have no doubt that the Swan Districts Football Club will reach

new heights in 2012 as we continue to fly together to reach

our destination - another Premiership.





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Season 2011 was one of disappointment after coming off

a remarkable 2010 season. It was a difficult season for our

coaching staff headed by senior coach Greg Harding may I say

as it would have been for any coach coming off such a long

awaited and overdue league premiership in 2010.

There was no doubt losing three players of the calibre of

Krakouer, Twomey and Casserly affected the performance of

the league team and in particular contributed to the poor skill

level we displayed throughout the season. We were unable

to put a consistently regular team out each Saturday due to

serious injuries to senior players. These are not meant to be

given as excuses but as contributing factors to a season that as

a Football Club we see as unacceptable.

I strongly believe for the Club to have sustained and long term

success we need to have a policy “of developing our own

players and promoting from within”. This is by no means a non

recruitment policy but one of promoting long and sustained

success. The club will need to be more selective on the players

that they recruit.

Greg Harding worked diligently and hard to lift the team’s

performance throughout the season. One of the most

impressive qualities of Greg was to continue to push the young

players from our reserves and colts team up to play seniors as

their form permitted. Greg was ably assisted by his assistant

coaches Cam Shepherd , Geoff Valentine and Adrian Hickmott.

Craig Callaghan again coached the seconds in what was another

difficult season. Craig sadly will not continue in this role in 2012

due to family commitments. Craig will not be lost to the club as

he will continue in a role more suitable to his time constraints.

We thank Craig for all his efforts in what many would say is the

most difficult role in our club.

Adrian Hickmott unfortunately was only involved in our club

for one season after accepting a role with West Coast Football

Club as a Development Coach. He was a great ambassador

and mentor to our young players. Adrian and his family’s

commitment to our club was 100% and we wish them every

success in their future endeavours. To Steve Thomson, Trent

Davies, Russell Banks and Russell Wholgan, thank you for your

wonderful support in all our development programs.

To our clubs many loyal and dedicated support staff I say a big

thank you.

Ken Ball our Assistant Football Manager, thank you I would have

been lost without you.

Our three team managers would have to be close to the best

in the business as nothing was ever to difficult Lloyd Lockhart,

Garry Rollinson and Dave Parry.

Our training and medical staff had a bit of a transformation this

year and I thank them for all their support. Headed by our Club

Doctor Anthony Sciberras, Physio Shelly Matcham and Head

Trainer Gary Seaton. To all our trainers and masseuses old and

new you did a great job in a hectic season.

Indy and Rocket the property guys again well done on a great

job. Indy your efforts in the design of the new change rooms

have been much appreciated and well received.

Our Stats team of Sean, Frank, Donna, Tonya, Ian, Jennifer and

Daniel were just terrific. Our timekeepers Dave, Ian, Terry, Pat

again come under pressure from some opposition officials but

stood fast . Thank you to the interchange stewards of Terry, Ian,

Reg and Pat I look forward to your further involvement in 2012.

Two of our players reached 150 game milestones in 2011, Josh

Roberts and Tallan Ames. This is an outstanding achievement

and life memberships well deserved. Josh and Tallan your

advice throughout the season was much appreciated.

To Brendan Parker, Ross Parker, Jim Dougan, Administration and

V Swans staff your support was much valued.

Finally to Peter Harvey and the board I would like to thank

you for your varied and continued support of the football


Bring on 2012.


Obviously 2011 was a tough year for our league side for a number

reasons and a lot of that was out of our control in terms of

injuries, freak accidents and things like that, but our entire group

from coaching staff down to the players are really determined to

bounce back strongly in 2012.

We knew going into the season that we had suffered some big

losses in terms of personnel, and it certainly wasn’t going to be

as easy as the year that passed. We didn’t expect to only win six

games mind you and at the end of the day we had enough talent

to win three or four more at least to almost finish on an even


Given what transpired over the course of the year with things

not going our way then I think 10-10, or 9-11 would have been

a reasonable result, but winning six games was unacceptable.

I suppose getting the tough year out of the way early is good

though. If you come in and it’s all bells and whistles, and nice and

easy, then you don’t work as hard.

Now we have assessed everything we’ve done, assessed every

player and we have a better knowledge of what our players

can and can’t do. We know exactly where we need to go as a

coaching staff to simplify our game style and change it to suit our

player list.

The best thing out of having a year that is unsuccessful is that

you review every aspect of your footy club, and your playing

list. We found that we need to go to a new level in terms of our

conditioning. We were uncompetitive against the best running

sides in the competition and a long way behind the rest of the

league in terms of skill level.

In terms of positives, we were able to blood so many young

players and had a look at 47 players in total, a lot of those boys

showed that they could play. We thought that Jukes, even

though in terms of endurance he’s a long way off, showed some

really good signs. If you go through the kids, obviously Coniglio,

Newman, Garlett, Howard, Gault, Boekhorst and those guys

were superb with the signs they showed.

We looked at a lot of guys and a lot of others out of the colts in

the reserves like Broad, Burnham and Marcus Adams, who came






up and played league. Those sorts of guys were the real positives

out of the entire year because it allows us to look forward and

think that if they stick around we will have a nice core group of

players who can take the club forward.

Another positive was that about four weeks out from the end of

the season a number of players were saying that they just can’t

wait for the pre-season to start. We couldn’t make the finals and

the only thing we could get out of it was not finish bottom really

and the boys were really keen to not do that obviously, and do

something that hadn’t been done in almost 100 years. We got

a lot of things wrong in terms of attitude and that thirst to jump

into a pre-season was at least pleasing. We still wanted to think

about winning games of footy over those last four weeks but at

least the boys were looking forward as well.

We’re going to have to work really hard in the gym and rehab to

get those guys up and going because it’s always hard to come up

off those major injuries. The young kid Nathan Blakeley also had

had a major knee reconstruction as did Hodge out of our colts

so they are both quality boys as well. Wes Mortin didn’t play any

games this year either, Grabski broke a foot and we need to get

that right because he was playing some great footy early in the

season. Then we have Miles, Pratt and Blight to come back as

well. We are really looking forward to having them back and fit,

and if we get them back as well as Robbo can get back to 100 per

cent then that’s a list of quite a few boys who will give us instant

improvement. I have no doubt that we can bounce back on the

back of a better attitude and sound playing list.

It would be remiss of me to go without thanking everyone that

helped not only me out during the season, but our entire team.

Cam Shepherd, Geoff Valentine, Percy Johnson, Adrian Hickmott,

Craig Callaghan and Phil Smart were all fantastic help to me in

terms of coaching. Not to mention all the support staff, trainers

and everyone who bleeds black-and-white to help out the team.

The coaching staff I had helping me out, and all of our support

staff was just unbelievable all year. There is no way that I could do

my job as coach of the team, or that the boys could even get out

on the field to play without all their support. I’m tremendously

grateful to each and every one of them.


BACK ROW: David Johnston, Hayden Yarran, Ben Daly, Timothy Geappen, Ryan Davis, Matt Riggio, Jai Menegola, Tim Nelly, James Embley

FiFtH ROW: Matthew Outridge, Tyson Nicholas, Brett Robinson, Dayle Garlett, Graham Jetta, Jarrhan Jacky, Alex James, Brett Wolfenden, Roderick Manton

FOURtH ROW: Graham Taylor, Chris Rintoul, Matthew Jukes, Travis Gray, Ryan Smith, Chris Andrews, Trent Fields, Ray Daniels, Daniel Cripps

tHiRD ROW: Geoff Valentine (Asst. Coach), Alex Howard, Tony Notte, Ashley Hansen, Dylan Harvey, Wesley Lammie, Luke Adams, Llane Spaanderman, Tallan Ames, Aaron Jetta, Lloyd Lockhart (Manager)

SECOnD ROW: Adrian Hickmott (Asst. Coach), John Williams, Thomas Roach, Mathew Aitchison, Adam Hunter, Greg Harding (Coach), Josh Roberts, Luke Miles, Simon Parry, Stephen Coniglio

FROnt ROW: Jason McCormack, Adam Faulkner, Cameron Boddy, Sam Pullman, xxx xxx, Tim Sippe, Ryan Eyre, Deromitt Wilson, James Grabski

Coming off the high of the premiership year, obviously our 2011

season didn’t go to plan but we were able to take some things out

of it, and also learn what we need to get better at, to make sure

that we are back around the mark again in 2012.

It was frustrating obviously when I hurt my wrist and ended

up missing six games before coming back for our match with

East Freo up in Karratha. Nobody ever likes watching from the

sidelines. You just want to be out there with the boys playing your

role, but at least I got back out there. I have a nice scar there to

remember it by.

Both myself and Amesy, who can now call himself a Swan

Medallist, were also able to reach our 150th games during the

2011 season and that was a massive honour.

To be a life member is something that everyone aims at achieving

in their career and it’s just recognition for all the hard work that

you put in. It takes a lot of time to earn your life membership

and to then as a result have the opportunity to come back to the

footy club once you finish your career will be something nice as


I made my debut against Subiaco in 2001 and it was a long time

ago now. We got spanked that day and the club was in a really

terrible financial position, and at some stage there was within a

couple of weeks of closing the doors from all reports.

To now be able to turn that around to be one of the powerhouses

in the competition, is a great credit to the entire administration

really. The premiership is well and truly head and shoulders

above anything else. That’s what you play footy for and any other

personal achievement pales into insignificance once you get to

achieve that.

Perhaps being able to achieve the life membership, play in a

premiership and the other little things along the way always

mean a little more when I reflect back on when I started my





league career here at Swans.


I really battled when I first came into the league side to cement

a spot. I was continually being dropped back to the twos and

ended up playing a lot of reserves footy a few years ago. That was

always in that half-forward/wingman type role and initially I got a

spot in the midfield tagging blokes. From there it was just battling

away and it probably took a change in attitude from myself that

was the catalyst that helped me improve.

There were some things for us to take out of the season for sure,

though, and no doubt that included the performances of some

of the young guys. Willy Shea came in and had an impact, and

kicked a few goals. We’ve been crying out for a crumbing forward

all season so that was pleasing. Howie is taking some steps

forward as well this season and so is Murray Newman. These

sorts of blokes more than likely get drafted anyway, but I suppose

that’s where we are at right now in a bit of a development stage

and everyone needs to improve.

Over the last two or three years there has been a number of great

young players come through. For pure skill level you can’t look

past Chris Yarran because he moves so well and from a football

sense he is fantastic. Obviously there’s also Nic Naitanui for other

reasons and even Jeff Garlett is going really well. Steve Coniglio is

also going to be a jet, I’ve got no doubt about it. He’s probably got

different attributes and characteristics as opposed to the other

guys, but he’s just a great character and leader already. He’ll go

a long way with whatever he does because of his great attitude.

Probably the worst, and in turn, best story of the year was Luke

Adams especially when he turned up for our game at Claremont

Oval late in the season. That was by far the highlight of the day

seeing the big fella there. It’s just amazing the progress he’s

made. Three months ago we were told he wasn’t going to make

it and now all of a sudden he’s up and about, walking around

and talking about playing footy next year. He’s an inspiration and

that’s all you can say.

Tallan Ames being congratulated

by President Peter Harvey

sWan Medal Winner

It is unlikely there has ever been a more passionate player about the Swan Districts Football Club than

Tallan Ames and while it was a tough year for the team in 2011, it was a massive season for the full-back

as he racked up 150 games with the black-and-whites and finished with the Swan Medal.

Ames was rock solid all season long in a defence that was under

siege and that had to deal with the absence of Wayde Twomey,

Matthew Spencer, Travis Casserly and Paul Richardson from the

premiership team of 2010, and was also without Luke Pratt after

he required a knee reconstruction.

However, Ames never wilted in his consistent form that saw him

fighting against the odds to try and repel attack after attack from

the opposition.

In the end, his form was rewarded by representing Western

Australia in the State game win over Queensland and then by

winning the Swan Medal for the first time as the fairest and best

player for the season with Swan Districts.

He claimed the award ahead of Tom Roach, Jarrhan Jacky, Graham

Jetta and Kyle Hams who were among the players to also stand

up strong in a tough season for the reigning premiers.

Given his enormous passion for the Swan Districts Football Club

having grown up in Bassendean supporting the club, coming right

through the junior ranks and now having played in a premiership

and earned life membership, the Swan Medal is something he’s

tremendously proud of.

Considering he has now played 156 games in the black-and-white

jumper, represented WA twice, won a Swan Medal and been a

premiership player, there’s no question the 28-year-old is forming

quite a legacy that will see him go down as a great of the club.

While the Swan Medal is something that Ames will always be

tremendously proud of, as will being a life member having played

his 150th game during the 2011 season, the premiership medal

of last year will always be the greatest thing he has achieved in

his glittering career.

“I do play football to enjoy the camaraderie on the field and

to feel good about playing football when you are in the rooms

afterwards,” Ames said.

“You play football to have a good time, enjoy the team spirit and

win. Any personal accolades that come through your endeavours

are an added bonus and you really play to win premierships.”

The Swan Districts Football Club means a tremendous amount

to Ames as well and it has been a massive part of his life. He also

hopes that everyone else associated with the club has got plenty

out of watching everything he has now been able to achieve in

his career.

“Every player wants to achieve 100 games at a club and to have

the opportunity to keep on going to play 150 of course it’s the

next milestone in the rack,” he said.

“The Swan Districts Football Club is very close to me both in terms

of physically and emotionally, and any time I pull the black-andwhite

jumper on up to 150 games and beyond is special to me.



“Hopefully everyone that is associated with Swan Districts enjoys

me pulling on the jumper as well because it is a great place to

be around, and it has given me some great opportunities for 11

years to when I started playing colts football.”

Ames was also proud to reach the 150-game mark in the same

season as captain Josh Roberts, and now the pair are sure to

continue on towards 200 games, and given their form and age

there is no reason they both can’t get there.

“Once you get to 150 games, just like in anything, you have to set

some goals and mine is to definitely reach that 200 mark,” Ames


“Travis (Edmonds) played his 250th game in one of my early years

and I know that in today’s football it is going to be very hard to

get to 200 but I aspire to do that. It’s a goal that makes you keep

persevering and I will give it my best crack. I think Josh is thinking

the same as well.

“We’ve both been through a lot together and it’s a credit to the

club for finding the roles that we are comfortable to perform at

our best in. I guess it’s a credit to us as well to stick at it through

some hard times and really getting on board the good times to

make sure we make the most of it.”


Best Club Person: Bruce Lauder


Swan Medal, Fairest & Best: Tallan Ames

president’s Shield, Runner Up Fairest & Best: Tom Roach & Jarrhan Jacky

norm thomas Memorial Shield, Third Fairest & Best: Graham Jetta

Mrs n. innes Memorial Shield, Fourth Fairest & Best: Kyle Hams

P.J Bright Memorial Shield, Fifth Fairest & Best: Tim Geappen

R.A McDonald Memorial Shield, Sixth Fairest & Best: Josh Roberts

ted Holdsworth Memorial Shield, Leading Goal Kicker: Tim Geappen (51)

R.A Newbey Shield, SDFC Rookie of the Year: Alex Howard

Jack Hickling Memorial Shield, Most Outstanding Player On & Off the Field:

Luke Miles


Sweetapple Memorial Shield, Fairest & Best: Rod Manton & Ryan Smith

Richard Farris Memorial Shield, Runner Up Fairest & Best: David Johnston

R Litterick Shield, Third Fairest & Best: Matthew Jukes & Travis Gray

Lew Armstrong Shield, Fourth Fairest & Best: Adam Faulkner

SDFC Shield, Fifth Fairest & Best: James Embley

Smarter than Smoking Shield, Leading Goal Kicker: David Johnston (15)


E.J McManus Shield, Fairest & Best: Corey Gault

Judy Sarich Memorial Shield, Runner Up Fairest & Best: Jacob Burnham

Property Man’s Shield, Third Fairest & Best: Aiden Smith

Cooper Brother Shield, Fourth Fairest & Best: Fraser Miller

D.C Goddard Memorial Shield, Fifth Fairest & Best: Ben Holman

Smarter than Smoking Shield, Leading Goal Kicker: Will Shea (23)



1934 George Krepp

1935 George Krepp

1936 George Krepp

1937 Andy Zilko

1938 Syd (Spec) Sinclair

1939 Jack Murray

1940 Clem Rosewarne

1941 Tom Darmody

1943 Laurie Bowen

1944 Jim Davies

1945 Syd (Spec) Sinclair

1946 Duggan Anderson

1947 Jack Murray

1948 Duggan Anderson

1949 Joe Pearce

1950 Joe Pearce

1951 Duggan Anderson

1952 Tim Barker

1953 Frank Sparrow

1954 Wally Sidebottom

1955 Greg Cox

1956 Keith Slater

1957 Keith Slater

1958 Joe Lawson

1959 Wally Brown

1960 Keith Slater

1961 Haydn Bunton jnr

1962 Haydn Bunton jnr

1963 Haydn Bunton jnr

1964 Tony Nesbit

1965 Bill Walker

1966 Bill Walker

1967 Peter Manning

1968 Bill Walker

1969 Bill Walker

1970 Bill Walker

1971 Peter Manning

1972 Bob Beecroft

1973 Peter Manning

1974 Stan Nowotny

1975 Gary McDonald

1976 Garry Sidebottom

1977 Keith Narkle

1978 Keith Narkle

1979 Gerard Neesham

1980 Gerard Neesham

1981 Phil Narkle

1982 Ron Boucher

1983 Leon Baker

1984 Keith Narkle

1985 Garry Sidebottom

1986 Peter Sartori

1987 Troy Ugle

1988 Mick Grasso

1989 Danny Penny

1990 Mick Grasso

1991 Phil Narkle

1992 Travis Edmonds

1993 Travis Edmonds

1994 Craig Callaghan

1995 Geoff Passeri

1996 Rod O’Neill

1997 Travis Edmonds

1998 Joel Cornelius

Mark Piani

1999 Joel Cornelius

2000 Travis Edmonds

2001 Travis Edmonds

2002 Dwayne Griffin

Clint Hampson

2003 Shane Beros

2004 Adam Lange

2005 Shane Beros

2006 Adam Lange

2007 Luke Miles

2008 Garth Taylor

Josh Roberts

2009 Josh Roberts

2010 Andrew Krakouer

2011 Tallan Ames


ROUnD 1 – Steel Blue Oval

loss to east perth 16.11 (107) to 18.14 (122)

Swan Districts premiership defence saw it fight

back from a 15-point quarter-time and sevenpoint

half-time deficit to play an outstanding

third term to lead at the final change, but East

Perth finished the stronger to win by 15 points.

Before the game commenced the 2010

premiership flag was unfurled and raised up

the flag pole on centre wing in front of the

members. Last year’s premiership coach Brian

Dawson was on hand along with President

Peter Harvey. Also on hand were members of

the 1961 premiership team as they celebrate

the 50th anniversary of that triumph.

As for the game itself, even without Ashley

Hansen and with Adam Hunter having to

spend time down back to counter East Perth’s

potent forward-line, Tony Notte and Tim

Geappen provided good targets for Swans.

Notte finished with four goals and Geappen

three. Fremantle rookie Clancee Pearce was

the standout performer of the day for Swan

Districts, though, as he collected a team-high

25 possessions, took 15 marks and kicked two


ROUnD 2 – Claremont Oval

Loss to Claremont 12.7 (79) to 17.16 (118)

Swan Districts started the grand final rematch

on fire opening up a 15-point quarter-time

advantage, but by the last term the Tigers took

control and kicked six goals to one to win by

39 points.

Jarrhan Jacky put in a strong display in just

his second game with Swan Districts with

four goals from 15 possessions and six marks.

Geappen booted four goals and Notte added

two with Hansen still to return. Tom Roach

worked hard for 22 possessions while in

the back-line veteran Tallan Ames was good

defensively as usual, and also did well picking

up 22 disposals and taking 12 marks.

RoUND 3 – Arena Joondalup

loss to West perth 13.8 (86) to 15.13 (103)

While Swan Districts went down to West

Perth by 17 points to slip to 0-3 to start their

premiership defence, 17-year-old Dayle Garlett

was impressive on debut at league level with

three goals.

There were other positives as well with Hansen

returning from a hamstring strain to play his

first game of the season and to kick two goals.

The newest signing by the club, Kyle Hams, a


106-game and dual premiership veteran from

South Fremantle, lined up in the reserves and

looked good with 19 possessions.

Captain Josh Roberts was simply outstanding

with a game-high 35 possessions. Roach

continued his strong start to the season

collecting 32 disposals with defender Luke

Miles having 28 touches and Pearce 22. Alex

James lined up against the team he played 23

league games with over three seasons and did

well to finish with 23 disposals, six marks and

a goal.

ROUnD 5 – Steel Blue Oval

Loss to Sth Fremantle 13.10 (88) to 17.10 (112)

South Fremantle opened up a match-winning

lead of 35 points by three quarter-time, and

even though Swans were able to boot five goals

to three in the final term South Fremantle was

still able to run out 24-point winners.

Roberts couldn’t have done any more to

try and inspire his team and he was terrific

finishing up with 39 possessions, six marks,

four tackles and an incredible 13 inside-50

entries. Roach had 29 possessions and Pearce

was again a good contributor with 26 disposals,

16 marks and five inside-50s. Graham Jetta

(22 possessions), Jacky (21) and Miles (20) all

worked hard in an under-siege defence, while

Ames was outstanding restricting ex-Docker

Ryan Murphy to just one goal.

Ben Colreavy, Hansen and Geappen all did

what they could up forward and kicked three

goals each. Kyle Hams had a good battle with

his twin brother Ashton as they played one

another for the first time. Swan Kyle had 17

possessions trying to curtail Ashton’s influence,

and he had 21 touches and a goal.


ROUnD 6 – Steel Blue Oval

Win over Perth 18.12 (120) to 10.11 (71)

Swan Districts put on an outstanding team

display to beat Perth by 49 points at Steel Blue

Oval in front of a good crowd on Anzac Day to

record a first win for the 2011 campaign

Swans got off to a blistering start with three

goals in the game’s opening six minutes and

then dominated the second half with 14 goals

to Perth’s five.

Roach led the way with 38 possessions and

10 marks with his run and carry too much for

Perth to be able to handle. Captain Roberts was

brilliant with 33 possessions and Fremantle’s

Pearce also had it 33 times to go with 13 marks

and a goal. Ames held the defence together

as he has all season so far and completely

blanketed former Port Adelaide centre halfforward

Damon White.

Geappen kicked five goals and Wolfenden

bounced back from being dropped last week to

be terrific in a new role up forward. Aitchison

showed as well that he deserves a regular

league spot not only collecting 23 possessions,

but restricting dangerous Demon Aaron Elari

to just 10.

ROUnD 7 – Bendigo Bank Stadium

Win over Peel thunder 16.13 (109) to 15.15


Swan Districts did it the hard way to beat

Peel Thunder at Mandurah’s Bendigo Bank

Stadium, but six goals to two in the last quarter

saw them home by four points in a thriller.

Peel dominated the third quarter with six goals

to one to lead by 26 points at the last change.

However, Swans booted five quick goals to

take the lead, but then Peel hit back to regain

the advantage. The frantic final minutes,

though, turned in the reigning premier’s

favour and Geappen kicked the winning goal.

Colreavy was brilliant all afternoon for Swan

Districts in what was likely his best game with

the club since crossing over from Claremont

at the start of the 2009 season. He booted six

goals in a career-best effort, but also racked up

26 possessions. Geappen also kicked four goals

and Hansen three. Pearce again led the way

with 28 possessions, 10 marks and four entries

inside-50. Roach had 26 disposals, six tackles

and six inside-50s. Jetta was superb with 25

disposals also as he gave the team tremendous

run. So did Jacky who finished with 23 touches

and a goal.

ROUnD 8 – Medibank Stadium

Win over East Perth 15.14 (104) to 12.12 (84)

Swan Districts overcame one of the toughest

weeks imaginable to put in a tremendous

performance to beat East Perth by 20 points.

With young ruckman Luke Adams never far

from the minds of everyone involved with the

Swan Districts Football Club, the team came

out to Medibank Stadium to Saturday with No.

21 wristbands on in his honour and beat East


Hansen had struggled to kick straight with

10.11 over his first four games of 2011, but

turned that around impressively with eight

goals. Geappen also kicked three goals, and

Brett Robinson and Wolfenden two each.

Roach had 31 possessions while Roberts

overcame a nasty head clash to still pick up

26 disposals. Miles also had 21 touches, Matt

Riggio 21, Stephen Coniglio 20, Ryan Davis 18,

Hams 18 and John Williams 17 while doing well

on Hamish Shepheard.

ROUnD 9 – Steel Blue Oval

loss to Subiaco 11.7 (73) to 18.10 (118)

After an even first half that saw Swans trailing

by just a point at half-time, Subiaco gained

control after the main break with 11 goals to

four to run out 45-point winners.

It was a big day at the Bassendean venue,

though, with a tremendous show of support

to try and reclaim Perth’s violent streets by

taking a stand against alcohol-fuelled attacks.

More than 5000 people turned up to Steel

Blue Oval, including Police Commissioner Karl

O’Callaghan, bashed policeman Matt Butcher

and Gary and Kaylene Adams, the parents of

victim and Swan Districts’ 19-year-old ruckman


It was also a big game for inspirational Swan

captain Roberts who was celebrating his 150th

WAFL appearance for the black-and-whites.

He tried his hardest once again all afternoon

on Saturday up against Subiaco and picked

up 27 possessions, laid five tackles and had

five entries inside-50. Jacky continued to build

some form in his first season at Swan Districts

with 27 touches also. Hams had 26 disposals

as well with Coniglio fighting through a tag to

pick up 23 touches and kicking a goal. Miles

was outstanding in defence not only giving

good run and drive with 25 possessions and

seven marks, but also affecting seven spoils

and driving Swans’ inside-50 on four occasions.


ROUnD 10 – East Fremantle Oval

Loss to East Fremantle 12.10 (82) to 13.10 (88)

Swan Districts just fell short of coming back to

beat East Fremantle, eventually losing to the

Sharks by six points despite kicking the only

goal of the last quarter.

Jetta provided continued strong run all day

against the Sharks to finish with 25 possessions,

11 marks and five tackles. Ames again was one

of Swans’ best in the back-line as was Luke

Miles who also picked up 22 possessions.

Davis had 21 disposals, Hinkley 21 and a goal

in his second league game of the season,

Riggio 20, and Jacky 19 to go with four entries

inside-50. Simpson played his first league game

since Round 2 this season and put in a good

showing with 20 possessions, five marks, eight

tackles, three inside-50s and a goal.

Geappen kicked three goals to lead the way up

forward for Swans with Roach getting down

and adding two also.

ROUnD 11 – Steel Blue Oval

Loss to Claremont 14.11 (95) to 17.13 (115)

Swan Districts took it right up to Claremont in

a grand final rematch at Steel Blue Oval but in

the end the Tigers prevailed by 20 points.

Swan Districts’ day was made all the tougher

with two early injuries though. With Roberts

already out coming into the game with a

broken wrist, Miles and Hunter found their day

over in the first half.

Given they were down to 20 men early on in

the contest and Claremont is recognised as

the best running team in the competition, it

was a good effort by Swan Districts and likely a

performance that would have won if it wasn’t

against a quality side like the Tigers.

Riggio stepped up for Swans to pick up 23

possessions and lay 13 tackles. Roach also

picked up 20 touches, Hinkley 19 and Robinson

18. Notte was outstanding at centre halfback

with 19 disposals and 10 marks while

Jetta provided plenty of run and drive with

22 touches, Hams had 19, Jacky 19 and Davis

17. Hansen was a welcome return and booted

seven goals from 11 touches and eight marks.

ROUnD 13 – Fremantle Oval

Win over South Fremantle 22.8 (140) to 18.15


Swans came out firing from a week off to put

in its best performance of the 2011 season

to beat third-placed South Fremantle by 17


Simpson showed all his quality, toughness and

goal sense in what was likely the best game of

his career. He picked up 29 possessions, took

11 marks, had six entries inside-50 and booted

five goals.

Geappen also kicked four goals with Hunter,

Brett van Groningen, Colreavy and Hansen all

booting two apiece.

Roach was outstanding in the midfield picking

up 30 possessions, Jacky picked up 27, Outridge

24, Robinson 23, Jetta 20 and Riggio 20.

Lammie was terrific in the ruck as well in the

absence of Llane Spaanderman. He had 19

possessions, took eight marks and had 38 hit

outs in a strong performance in just his 25th

league game.

ROUnD 14 – Steel Blue Oval

loss to West perth 7.13 (55) to 15.14 (104)

Swan Districts couldn’t quite continue on its

strong form from before the State game break

with top-of-the-table West Perth winning at

Steel Blue Oval by 49 points.

Hansen provided a terrific target up forward

all day with 19 possessions, 10 marks and he

ended up kicking 4.4. Simpson was once again

terrific as well with 25 disposals, eight marks,

11 tackles and five entries inside-50.

Riggio worked hard through the middle to

finish with 25 touches as well and Jacky had

23 possessions and laid eight strong tackles.



James returned to the league side for his first

game since Round 5 and did well to pick up

21 possessions. Jetta also had 19 possessions,

Roach 18, Faulkner 17, Hams 17 and Robinson

17. Ames did all he could from full-back to

finish with 16 touches, five marks and 12

spoiling efforts.

ROUnD 15 – Brownes Stadium

Win over Perth 16.8 (104) to 12.8 (80)

The reigning premiers improved to a 5-8 record

with a 24-point win that saw Swans virtually

control the game from the outset in one of the

team’s best performances of the 2011 season

to date.

The game featured an exciting sight for

Swan Districts as well with Robinson putting

in his best game since undergoing a knee

reconstruction that he had the LARS surgery on

early last year. The dynamic midfielder finished

Saturday’s game with 36 possessions, six

marks, seven tackles and four entries inside-50.

Geappen also showed his very best form up

forward and made up for Hansen going off late

in the first half with an ankle injury. Geappen

had 24 possessions, 10 marks, six tackles and

five goals. Steve Potente came in to play his

first league game of the season and was a

strong contributor with 15 possessions, six

marks and three goals.

Roach was also terrific in the middle with 26

disposals, Jacky had 25, Hams 23, Riggio 21,

Hinkley 20, Jetta 19 and Williams regained

some touch with 19 touches.


Lammie carried the ruck well with 19

possessions and 26 hit outs. Brett van

Groningen was strong defensively laying 12

tackles and Justin Simpson continued his

ferocious approach with 11.

ROUnD 17 – Steel Blue Oval

loss to peel Thunder 9.16 (70) to 21.7 (133)

Five players going down injured certainly didn’t

help Swan Districts’ cause of winning in Tallan

Ames’ 150th game with the black-and-whites,

and in the end Peel Thunder went away with

the four points.

The defence was under siege against the

Thunder for most of the afternoon, but

150-gamer Ames was rock solid as always and

Hams stood tall often against taller opponents

to play a tremendous game. Jetta was also a

strong contributor before hurting his knee late

in the match.

There were also encouraging signs in the youth

in the form of Newman and Garlett. Newman

finished with 17 possessions, seven marks and

a goal, with Garlett doing well for 15 touches,

seven tackles, five inside-50 entries and a goal.

Lammie battled hard all day in the ruck up with

Hinkley picking up 26 possessions, Pearce 25,

Jacky 23 and Roach 22.

ROUnD 18 – Medibank Stadium

loss to Subiaco 6.7 (43) to 20.19 (139)

Despite the exciting return of young gun

Coniglio, it was a disappointing day for Swan

Districts at Leederville’s Medibank Stadium

with Subiaco coming away with a convincing


Coniglio played his first league game with Swan

Districts since Round 9 and he was superb with

27 possessions. He had some good support

from Pearce (24 possessions), Hinkley (20) and

Outridge (18).

Simpson worked hard as well with 16

possessions, three inside-50s and a goal while

youngster Newman showed some exciting

signs as well with 13 touches, five marks and

two goals.

RoUND 19 – karratha

Loss to East Fremantle 11.7 (73) to 27.13 (175)

Roberts made a strong return from his wrist

injury in Karratha, but in the end East Fremantle

proved too strong for the black-and-whites at

Kevin Richards Memorial Oval.

Roberts worked tirelessly in his first game back


from his wrist injury since Round 10 finishing

up with 27 possessions, seven tackles and two

inside-50 entries.

Roach also picked up 26 disposals to go with

six inside-50s and a goal. Jacky picked up 25

possessions, seven marks, six tackles, seven

inside-50 entries and a goal. Simpson worked

hard as well for 18 touches, seven tackles and

two inside-50s. Fourth-gamer Garlett showed

some exciting signs also with 22 possessions,

six marks and six inside-50s.

ROUnD 21 – Claremont Oval

Loss to Claremont 14.5 (89) to 21.17 (143)

Swan Districts put on a much-improved

showing from its previous three games against

the top-of-the-table Claremont despite the

eventual 54-point loss with the black-andwhites

without doubt spurred on by the

inspirational presence of Luke Adams all

afternoon at Claremont Oval.

Roberts was outstanding in just his second

game back from his wrist injury to pick up 26

possessions, take seven marks, lay eight tackles

and drive the ball inside-50 on four occasions.

Roach also found some of his best form picking

up 25 possessions and providing tremendous

run and drive. Jacky also picked up 17

disposals, Outridge 17 and Parry 17. Hams

worked hard in defence as he continued his

rock solid first season with Swan Districts. He

had 22 possessions and Jetta returned to pick

up 17 also in defence.

Hansen worked tremendously hard up forward

all day for Swans also and finished with 15

possessions, five marks and four goals.

ROUnD 22 – Steel Blue Oval

Win over South Fremantle 17.9 (111) to 12.11


Swans came out fired up to make a statement

and coach Greg Harding had done that at

selection coming into the game picking Harvey,

Jukes and Adams to all make their debuts.

They all made a strong contribution as well and

by half-time Swans led the Bulldogs by six goals

and even though that margin had been cut to

just two by three quarter-time, the black-andwhites

kicked away again to win by 28 points.

Roberts was once again tremendous in the

middle with 28 possessions. Jacky had 27

possessions as well with Hams gathering 25

disposals in defence and Roach 23 through the


Hansen was outstanding up forward with 23

possessions, 13 marks and four goals. Geappen

also booted three goals and Justin Bollenhagen

added two in his first game since crossing from


ROUnD 23 – Steel Blue Oval

loss to West perth 7.12 (54) to 13.14 (92)

In the last home game of the 2011 season at

Steel Blue Oval, West Perth proved too strong.

There were some strong performers, though,

with Jacky racking up 26 possessions, taking

nine marks and kicking a goal. Jetta worked

hard all day long to finish with 25 disposals and

eight marks as well.

Roberts had 23 disposals and kicked a goal,

Roach gathered 22 possessions, Hams 21 from

defence, Aitchison 18 and Simpson 18 to go

with a goal. Alex Howard was solid in defence

with 17 possessions and six marks. Jukes had

16 disposals, five entries inside-50 and kicked

a goal as well. Marcus Adams had 15 disposals

and took six marks. Garlett gathered 15


possessions and kicked a goal as well.

ROUnD 24 – Brownes Stadium

loss to perth 12.17 (89) to 14.10 (94)

Swan Districts narrowly missed the chance to

finish the 2011 WAFL season on a high going

down in a thriller to Perth by five points at

Lathlain’s Brownes Stadium.

Swans came into the clash blooding two more

exciting debutants in the form of Boekhorst

and Gault, and the black-and-whites controlled

the majority of the contest until the Demons

were able to prevail. At the other end of the

scale, Colreavy played the final game of his

senior football career that saw him play with

Claremont, Sturt and now Swan Districts.

He made a solid contribution as well with 14

possessions, five tackles, five inside-50s and a


Gault made an especially strong debut with

the young big man finishing his first league

appearance with 17 possessions, seven marks,

eight hit outs and a goal. Roach finished off his

strong season for Swan Districts as well with

27 possessions. He received good support

through the middle from Jacky who had 21

possessions, Newman who had 21 and laid five

tackles to go with five inside-50s, and Roberts

who had 21 disposals.

Jetta worked hard for 20 possessions, four

tackles, two inside-50 entries and a goal.

Manton came in after some good form in the

reserves and made a strong contribution with

17 disposals, eight inside-50s and a goal.

Hansen and Geappen kicked three goals each

and at the other end, Howard continued to

shine in defence with 19 possessions, 10 marks

and five spoiling efforts.

The 2011 season once again saw Swan Districts strongly

contribute to Western Australia’s squads whether it be in the

State game victory over Queensland or the State 18s, 16s or 15s

teams at the respective national carnivals.

In the WAFL’s State clash with Queensland, Jetta, Geappen and

Hansen all represented WA for the first time, and Roach and

Ames for the second as Western Australia beat the Maroons

16.17 (113) to 16.11 (107) at Mandurah’s Bendigo Bank Stadium.

The WA team was also coached by Swan Districts premiership

maestro from last year Brian Dawson with help from Adrian

Hickmott, and former Swans players Adam Lange and Matthew


There was certainly a strong Swans presence in the thrilling

victory and all five black-and-whites players on the day put in

strong performances.

Ames was unlucky to miss out on the game against Victoria last

year, but made up for it in his first appearance for WA since playing

against South Australia in Adelaide in 2006. He was superb at

full-back shutting out dangerous Queensland spearhead Darren

Ewing completely and being rock solid holding the back-line


Jetta joined him in the back-line and provided some good run off

half-back as well and finished the game with 17 possessions to

have equalled the feats of his younger brother Lewis from 2009

by playing in a winning State game for WA.

Roach played for WA last season in the loss to Victoria and he

had previously represented the Big V in a loss to South Australia,

so he finally got his wish of playing in a winning State fixture. He

finished with 31 possessions and having four entries inside the

forward 50.

Geappen started the game on the bench, but with the forwardline

struggling early in the game he came on and had an

immediate impact. He kicked the first goal for WA of the day at

the 18-minute mark and then added a second early in the second




term when he snapped truly.


Hansen booted two goals in as many minutes to start the second

quarter and both were clever, skilful snaps around his body. He

continued to work hard and kicked his third late in the game in

what turned out to be WA’s last goal of the day.

The day doubled as the official opening of the $9 million

redeveloped Bendigo Bank Stadium and a terrific crowd of over

3000 people turned out despite the wintery conditions to end up

seeing a contest.

The victory kept WA’s undefeated run over Queensland alive but

it wasn’t without a scare. The Black Swans led by 50 points eight

minutes into the last quarter, but Queensland then kicked seven

of the last eight goals from that point to lose by just a goal.

Swan Districts was also well represented in the State 18s, 16s

and 15s teams, with Stephen Coniglio the highlight as captain

of the WA 18s team, All-Australian and Larke Medallist. He was

honoured to win the Larke Medal and that it was something he

would cherish for a long time.

“I would have loved to have won this medal having won a

championship, but not all things can be. I’m really happy to

receive the award though.” Coniglio said.


Tom Roach, Graham Jetta, Tim Geappen, Ashley Hansen, Tallan


WA STATe 18s

Stephen Coniglio (Captain), Corey Gault, Nathan Broad, Alex

Howard, Will Shea, Dayle Garlett, Murray Newman.

WA STATe 16s

Richard Abraham, Jacob Coniglio, Sam Garstone, Laurence

Grescos, Herman Humphries.


Eric Snook, Warrick Wilson, Kevin Pickett, Dino Ross, Dylan Nelson

2011 StAtE REPS: Tom Roach, Tim Geappen, Ashley Hansen, Tallan Ames and Graham Jetta.




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1 Sat, 19 Mar Swan Districts 16.11 (107) East Perth 18.14 (122) Steel Blue Oval 3,361

2 Sat, 26 Mar Claremont 17.16 (118) Swan Districts 12.7 (79) Claremont Oval 1,723

3 Sat, 02 Apr West Perth 15.13 (103) Swan Districts 13.8 (86) Arena Joondalup 2,116


5 Sat, 16 Apr Swan Districts 13.10 (88) South Fremantle 17.10 (112) Steel Blue Oval 1,573

6 Mon, 25 Apr Swan Districts 18.12 (120) Perth 10.11 (71) Steel Blue Oval 2,460

7 Sat, 30 Apr Peel Thunder 15.15 (105) Swan Districts 16.13 (109) Bendigo Bank Stadium 1,302

8 Sat, 07 May East Perth 12.12 (84) Swan Districts 15.14 (104) Medibank Stadium 2,770

9 Sat, 14 May Swan Districts 11.7 (73) Subiaco 18.10 (118) Steel Blue Oval 5,091

10 Sat, 21 May East Fremantle 13.10 (88) Swan Districts 12.10 (82) East Fremantle Oval 1,507

11 Sat, 28 May Swan Districts 14.11 (95) Claremont 17.13 (115) Steel Blue Oval 2,096

12 BYE

13 Sat, 11 Jun South Fremantle 18.15 (123) Swan Districts 22.8 (140) Fremantle Oval 1,727

14 Sat, 25 Jun Swan Districts 7.13 (55) West Perth 15.14 (104) Steel Blue Oval 2,518

15 Sat, 02 Jul Perth 12.8 (80) Swan Districts 16.8 (104) Brownes Stadium 1,643

16 BYE

17 Sat, 16 Jul Swan Districts 9.16 (70) Peel Thunder 21.7 (133) Steel Blue Oval 1,676

18 Sat, 23 Jul Subiaco 20.19 (139) Swan Districts 6.7 (43) Medibank Stadium 1,881

19 Sat, 30 Jul Swan Districts 11.7 (73) East Fremantle 27.13 (175) Karratha 1,930

20 BYE

21 Sun, 14 Aug Claremont 21.17 (143) Swan Districts 14.5 (89) Claremont Oval 1,812

22 Sat, 20 Aug Swan Districts 17.9 (111) South Fremantle 12.11 (83) Steel Blue Oval 1,616

23 Sat, 27 Aug Swan Districts 7.12 (54) West Perth 13.14 (92) Steel Blue Oval 2,140

24 Sat, 03 Sep Perth 14.10 (94) Swan Districts 12.17 (89) Brownes Stadium 1,860




Claremont 20 15 5 0 2249 1658 135.65 60

West Perth 20 14 6 0 1948 1685 115.61 56

Subiaco 20 12 8 0 2044 1719 118.91 48

South Fremantle 20 12 8 0 2118 2006 105.58 48

East Fremantle 20 11 9 0 1876 1826 102.74 44

Perth 20 9 11 0 1760 2029 86.71 36

East Perth 20 6 14 0 1838 2018 91.08 24

Swan Districts 20 6 14 0 1771 2202 80.43 24

Peel Thunder 20 5 15 0 1741 2208 79.12 20



Claremont 20 16 4 0 2325 1214 191.52 64

Perth 20 16 4 0 1932 1326 145.70 64

East Fremantle 20 15 5 0 2008 1238 162.20 60

West Perth 20 14 6 0 1579 1453 108.67 56

South Fremantle 20 8 11 1 1552 1785 86.95 34

Subiaco 20 7 13 0 1512 1654 91.41 28

East Perth 20 6 14 0 1603 1905 84.15 24

Swan Districts 20 5 14 1 1428 1918 74.45 22

Peel Thunder 20 2 18 0 939 2385 39.37 8

COLtS tEAMS p W l D FoR AgST % pTS

South Fremantle 20 18 2 0 1952 1159 168.42 72

Claremont 20 17 3 0 2178 1190 183.03 68

Subiaco 20 13 6 1 1678 1381 121.51 54

Peel Thunder 20 11 9 0 1578 1558 101.28 44

West Perth 20 10 9 1 1664 1605 103.68 42

East Fremantle 20 6 14 0 1498 1726 86.79 24

Swan Districts 20 6 14 0 1332 1925 69.19 24

Perth 20 5 15 0 1318 1706 77.26 20

East Perth 20 3 17 0 1026 1974 51.98 12




It was a rough season for the reserves in 2011, much like the

league side, where the injury toll filtered down and had a big

impact on our depth and we had to soak that up as well. In the

end, we only won five and-a-half games, but more importantly a

lot of guys got a chance to move up to make their league debuts

and a big part of your job as reserves coach is to promote the


In the back end of the year, it was great to see a lot of the colts

guys stepping up into both the ressies and league teams. With

some of the older blokes helping them out on the field as well,

we got some form going towards the end of the year and we even

won three of our last five games, and could have done even better

than that, so it was nice to finish off with some momentum. Not

only winning, but guys like Corey Gault and Blain Boekhorst came

in to have a massive impact. Considering the two games we lost

in that last five weeks was against the two grand final sides as

well, we were playing pretty good footy by the end of the year.

As a reserves coach, it really does depend on the team you have

on what your focuses are. If you have a good team that you think

is capable of winning a premiership, then of course your main

goal is to win games, but it’s also a responsibility to develop

players. I was always mindful of getting guys ready for ‘Stiffy’ and

for them to be ready for league footy, especially considering the

tough first year he had as league coach. You really do have to

make sure guys are ready to take the step up and it was great to

see guys like Matthew Jukes, Dylan Harvey, Simon Parry, Adam

Faulkner and Corey Gault make that jump.

I even pulled on the boots again late in the season against Peel

Thunder when we had a bye in Waroona. Just to wear the blackand-white

jumper again was a fantastic feeling and it was another

game that we should have won. We led by about four goals

at three quarter-time and were down to one fit bloke on the

bench with them having one extra with Mitch Brown dropping

back from the Eagles. I just love teaching the young kids and it’s

great to be able to do that out on the field. It’s what I try to do at

Waroona and it was a great chance to do it at Swans and get out

there to show them what I was talking about.

The young kids who received chances in the ressies and then

the league side really were the highlight of the year for me.

Boekhorst really did show enough to suggest he’s going to be

a player. Gaulty I just loved from the start. He could have even

played league footy earlier but there was a lot of ruckmen there

going all right, but it’s great to see him get drafted I couldn’t be

happier for him. It will be awesome to see him play in the AFL

now for Collingwood. Jukes certainly has the capacity to be a

league footballer and Johnson is another one who has a lot going

for him. Ryan Smith had a great year too and can definitely make

the step up along with guys like Faulkner, Rod Manton and Parry.

I would just like to take this opportunity to thank the whole Swan

Districts Football Club for the opportunity to coach at the club

that is such a big part of my heart. Thank you to the Board, to

Greg Harding, Geoff Valentine and everyone who provided me

with such great support. The whole support staff is just fantastic

and our runner Darren Lake, who had to do it on his own for a

lot of the year, deserves a special mention. He was sensational.

All the trainers are fantastic and then there is Indy and Rocket.

Rocket especially looked after us ressies and we couldn’t do it

without any of them people.

It has been a pleasure to be involved in a coaching role at the

Swan Districts Football Club and I’m sure I will see you all around

the club plenty in the future with my three little kids running



In terms of the win-loss record in the colts we weren’t great and

we finished seventh, but that’s not the greatest concern of mine.

We got to blood some young colts into the reserves towards the

end of the year and then into the league side as well, which was

good for the footy club.

The reserves had been getting convincingly beaten, but then they

had a good finish when we pushed some young kids up. Blain

Boekhorst and Corey Gault then went on from that and got a go

in the league side.

From that, I got to push up some 16s kids into the colts. We

got beaten by about 100 points in the last four games, but the

experience they got from playing in the colts system will hold

them in good stead going forward.

With the colts there were about 20 top age players who will go

up into the reserves and league now. We played 67 players in the

colts during the year and 27 of those were the top age kids, and

26 were young bottom age kids,” he said.

Then we played 11 of them who were 16 as well so the majority

of them will be eligible for us again in the colts next year so that’s


You can see why coaches do this job because they get to see

the young players progress up into the AFL or into WAFL league

football. The process is pretty impressive.

The role is most definitely to develop these guys to play elite

WAFL footy and hopefully stay at Swan Districts for 10 to 15 years

if they don’t get picked up by an AFL club in some form.

If they do get rookie’d or drafted it’s an added bonus to that.

That’s the challenge with a diverse young group of players to play

with that flair, excitement and confidence to then be able to be

looked at to be drafted.

Just personally, it was a big move for myself, my wife and three

kids to move over to WA, but we love it. The weather and the

grounds make for a good football environment there’s no






doubt about that. The motivation from young blokes and their

confidence to play a good open style of footy is helped by that.

It’s a great place to coach because of that reason as well.

I just love the group of guys who I got to work with in the colts

team. There is such diverse backgrounds and cultures with our

players. I’ve been coaching for eight years and it’s the most

experience I’ve had in terms of players coming from diverse

backgrounds and cultures. That includes them coming from

divorced families, young Aboriginal guys who are having kids

themselves and ones who even live by themselves together in a

house to support other kids.

In that area it is also a lot about helping to develop them off the

field and then the game day is when I let the guys go. It’s exciting

to see the development in that area and definitely when they get

chosen for state 18s and then the next step is reserves or league,

and then if they perform in those teams that is when you think

you’ve done a good job and that they are a young men playing

good footy. When they change the game that is another massive

thing. If they go into a team and can change the outcome of a

game, like what happened in the reserves, then that is impressive.

Young guys like Corey Gault lives with his mum and has brother

and sister. He started training with the league squad when I first

got here and then seeing his progression into the colts’ season

and to now, has been great. He is just a fantastic listener. Our

job as coaches is to help these guys along the way to build their

motivation to come to training and to go to university all the

time or whatever it is they do. The top aged guys have either

moves into the university or work environment, so to build the

motivation is the challenge. With that, they become confident

so we set them some achievable goals throughout the year. One

of Corey’s goals was to play state football or get into the state

squad, which he achieved, and throughout the year he kept

getting better. He is very consistent with his football, but he’s a

fantastic trainer. He is motivated to come down here and train

hard, and it’s not by luck that all of a sudden he can play with

confidence. He is just one of a number of examples that I could

use to highlight just how far our group of young men came along

over these last 12 months.

2011 COLTS

BACK ROW: Anthony Roberts, Jacob Burnham, Chris Williams, Jordan Lee, Campbell Garrat, Blain Boekhorst, Ben Holman, Rudy Riddoch, Shannon Fernando, Aiden Smith

tHiRD ROW: David Parry (Manager), Eddy Kickett, Raymond Dhu, Wil Shea, Ryan Congdon, Shannon Stack, Frazer Millar, Thomas Murphy, David McKay, Kurt Tanner, Russell Banks (Asst. Coach)

SECOnD ROW: Steven Thomson (Asst. Coach), Joshua Kirkup, Leigh Kolman, Marcus Adams, Nathan Broad, Cyril Garlett, Tyson Hodge, Corey Gault, Nathan Blakely, Brandon Erceg, Joshua

Sheppard, Russell Wholagan (Asst. Coach)

FROnt ROW: Dylan Gilbert, Ryan Van Vugt, Jarrod Cross, Murray Newman, Adrian Hickmott (Coach), Dayle Garlett, Matthew Adams, Zac Bozanich, Garrick Blinman


Swan Districts 16’s Development Side entered the carnival with

a young and energetic combination and came out the other

side mature, committed and much improved in all area’s. Swans

played matches against East Perth, Claremont, West Perth, South

Fremantle and Perth.

Finishing with a 3 win, 2 loss record was very satisfying for all

concerned but more importantly the development and in a

number of cases the dominates shown by the players and the

group was very exciting.

The carnival provided Josh Dann, Jaycob Conigilio, Herman

Humphries, Laurence Grescos, Richard Abraham and Sam

Garstone the opportunity to be selected and play state football

for Western Australia. This is an outstanding achievement to have

6 State players selected, congratulations to the player’s, their

families, coaches and Football Clubs that have worked with and

supported these boys so far in their careers.

Further more to the state selections Herman, Laurence and Sam

have been selected and taken up their opportunity to be at the

AIS Academy.


BACK ROW: Trent Davies (Asst. Coach), Michael Taylor, Jordy Yeoman, Mitchell Gill, Sam Jackson, Laurence Grescos, Sam Garstone, Sean Olliver, Jack Donegan, Callum

Harvey-Wilson, Bradey London, Sean Fletcher

tHiRD ROW: Russel Wholagan (Asst. Coach), Asten Preedy, Jake O’Dpwd, Ben Scanlon, James Austgen, Herman Humphries, Jayden Elphick, Troy Hampson-Otley, Richard

Abraham, Conner Blakely, Dan Wright, Batte Tran, Russel Banks (Asst. Coach)

SECOnD ROW: Karli Hampson-Otley (Trainer), Andrew Giglia, Jack Harrold, Harrison Walker, Mitchell Harrold, Mark Blakely (South West Dev. Coach), Jaycob Coniglio, Steven

Thomson (Coach), Ben Whitsed, Corey Harvey, Liam Davis, Jaxon Hickey, Gary Seaton (Trainer)

FROnt ROW: Josh Dann, Simon Romeo, Jacob Snedden, Dylan Rakich

From the program, following on from pre-season where some

of the highly talented 16’s trained with the colts, the well

performed players were then invited back to do more training

and preparation with the colt’s side. Again to the boys talent and

opportunity a number of them were selected to play colts level

football and acquitted themselves very well.

Some notable players to do this were Josh Dann, Jaycob Conigilio,

Jack and Mitchell Harrold, Ben Whitsed, Herman Humphries,

Mitchell Gill, James Austgen, Laurence Grescos, Sean Olliver,

Richard Abraham, these players and others will make for a very

good nuclease for the future years at the Swans.

There needs to be a very big thank you to all the coaches and

support staff and manager involved with the 16’s this season, also

the parents need to be thanked for their support and dedication.

The Swan Districts Football would also like to thank and

congratulate all those involved, and cannot wait to see this group

of 16’s come through and wear the mighty black and white.

Coach: Steven thomson





After the success that came from a year long approach with the

15’s program for the first time in 2010 saw us adopt the same

plan for the 2011 development program which allowed the club

and coaching staff to extensively identify the talent within our

district and develop throughout the season.

Starting in March we had ninety plus young footballers at steel

blue oval looking to be a part of this exciting system. Training one

night a week throughout the whole year allowed coaching staff

to identify talent at community level on weekends and extend

invitations for them to join the group at training during the week.

As we headed towards the business end of the season the

coaching staff became aware of just how talented the group was,

which saw the introduction of the 15’s rookie squad for the first

time. The rookie squad was designed to allow players that were

fractionally on the outer, who in previous years would have been

involved in the final squad to continue with their development

through the whole program and push for a place in the 16’s


As some results in the carnival didn’t quite go the way we would

have liked, I believe the style of football we played at times was

exciting moving forward towards the under 16’s in 2012. This was


Overall we had nearly 90 boys participate in our program which

had us train together as one group from day one (early and lates)

right up until virtually the last week leading into the carnival

which in turn gave the boys the opportunity to develop their

competitive skills whilst forming bonds and friendships that in

some cases will remain for the rest of their lives.

Our focus throughout the carnival revolved around talent

identification and player development (even though our boys

were highly competitive) and dominant displays against both

Subiaco and East Perth featured strong defensive actions within

the group and an ability to win more than our fair share of ball

which when combined meant we leaked very few goals and

managed to convert well.

The trip to Bunbury to compete against our South West “partners”

was probably the highlight for me as we were all excited to watch

the talent on display in particular an outstanding first half from

the South West boys who took a 19 point lead into the major

break. Fortunately we produced a scintilating last half that saw

us pile on 11 goals but full credit to the South West team and

without doubt the winner on the day was football and a special

thank you to Bunbury for their support and professionalism.


show cased when we took a combined 15’s side down to Bunbury

to compete against a South West all stars side. The Swans 15’s

after being down by a few goals at the main break piled on 11

goals to 1 in the second half.

Bill (15s Lates coach) and I would like to congratulate Chris firns,

Aidan Anderson and Lindsay Murray on their selection in the WA

state schoolboys squad for 2011 and also Dino ross, Dylan nelson,

Warrick Wilson and Eric Snook on their selection in the Under15’s

WA indigenous squad. After exciting carnivals, Dino, Dylan and

Warrick saw them earn a spot in the flying boomerangs squad

which will fly to Fiji in December.

Last but not least a huge thank you must go to the swan districts

football club and especially Adrian Hickmott for providing me

with this opportunity this season. A huge thankyou must go to

all coaching staff, support staff and team manger Rick Anderson

who eased the load tremendously throughout the carnival.

I look forward to continuing working with these young footballers

again in late 2011/ 2012 with the 16’s program.x

Coach: trent Davies

Our final game against the highly credentialed South Fremantle

saw a tough “see sawing” battle where the added pressure

tested our skill execution and whilst we eventually went down

by a small margin it taught us some valuable lessons that we can

take forward into the U/16 program due to commence in early

2012 and beyond.

A special, thank you to all of the players – parents - and indeed all

who embraced and supported the program and indeed the boys

this year – and a special thank you to the Coaching Staff and Team

Manager Rick Anderson who did a stirling job.

I would also like to thank the Upper Swan Football Club who

allowed us to use their facilities whilst Steel Blue Oval was under

repair and were ambassadors to the Swan Districts Football Club.

All in all an extremely successful year and we take this opportunity

to wish the boys every success both in both their sporting and

personal lives in the future.

Coach: Bill Brandsma



BACK ROW: James Morgan, Dave Holman (Asst. Coach), Jason Pearson, Chris Firns, Mathew Shorter, Justin Shand, Tristan Vance, Toby Williams, Dino Ross, Brandon Truss,

Gavin Flahavin, Rick Anderson (Manager)

MiDDLE ROW: Jesse Turner, Connor Blakely, Ethan Maquire, Cameron Lamonaca, Keelen Smith, Trent Davies (Coach), Zach Edwards, Luke Fromont, Tyrone Stewart-

Bishop, Michael Birch, Leigh Andrews

FROnt ROW: Daniel Picciorini, Jacob Kelly, Ron Clark, Will Riley, Trenton Black, Jason Daniels, Scott Satie, Lindsay Murray, Wayne Coliver, Michael Seymore, Alby Dean

Absent: Jack McDougall, Cody Dunn, Peter Doyle


BACK ROW: Callen Cranenburg, Reece Nettie, James Wilsher, Brody Sutton, Michael Lohf, Scott McCagh, Quinn Daly, Samuel Skinner, Kurtis Greasley, Malik Clinch, Peter

Farmer, Paul Ximenes, Rick Anderson (Manager)

MiDDLE ROW: Garry Martino (Asst. Coach), Demott Forsyth, Dylan Nelson, Hayden Cobley, Wesley Bielawski, Justin Rutherford, Bill Brandsma (Coach), Kevin Pickett,

Mitchell McGiven, Darren Nelson, Ben Gillard

FROnt ROW: Jayden Magro, Connor Chivers, Mitchell Brown, Brandon Migro, Daniel Parks, Mitchell Radalj, Aiden Anderson, Mathew Scally, Angus Saastamoinen,

Brandon Holmes

Absent: Yestin Eades



The 14s squad was put together immediately after the regular

season with approximately 90 boys being invited to try out. This

group trained for around 4 weeks before being trimmed to two

squads, earlies and lates, with both squads having around 33

boys in each.

My first observation was the outstanding attitude of the boys

concerned, all pretty competitive rivalries from the community

season were forgotten and they were keen to work hard on the

skills being taught by the coaching panel. They thrived on the

Swans environment, structure and core values being espoused

by Adrian Hickmott and Steven Thomson.

As Steel Blue Oval was unavailable, the home games were played

at Baskerville oval in Upper Swan. The first game against Subiaco

was a close hard fought game and the boys did a fine job adapting

to new game plans and coaches.

The second game was in Bunbury at the very large Ken Hands

oval and this was a magnificent effort from the team who worked

hard but went down by a couple of goals.


The Carnival was played at Baskerville Oval due to Steel Blue

being unavailable being re-dressed. Baskerville provided a nice

setting for football, along with fine weather, fast conditions and

some very competitive football.

The 14’s lates were drawn to play against Subiaco, South West,

East Perth and South Fremantle. They played a very competitive

match against Subiaco and come away with a good victory.

Their 2 nd match we travelled to Bunbury to play the

South West. The home side were to strong and powerful

for the Swans on the day, but the Swan’s boys picked

up alot of good experience and enjoyed the challenge.

The 3 rd game against East Perth was one way traffic, with the

Swan’s dominating all game.

Their final hit-out against South Fremantle was a classic contested

of the highest quality, with the game being decided on the last

kick of the match. South kicked a running goal right before the

final siren to snatch the victory.


The next 2 games against East Perth and South Fremantle were

again both close and hard fought with the team teaming together

and showing that they were able to play in positions all over the


Many of the boys in this side have distinguished themselves with

outstanding individual performances over the carnival. I found

the entire set up to be very professional with the co-operation

between coaching groups great and the umpiring fantastic.

The feedback that I have received from parents and spectators

was also very positive and I know the players enjoyed the


Coach: Barry O’Kane

Some of the players of the future that played well through-out

the carnival were Timmy Yorkshire, Joshua Cipro, Jarrod Shorter,

Nelson Waite, Brendan O’Kane, Lyric and Jarrah Duckett, Mitchell

Panabianco, and David Cox.

David Cox was clearly the dominate forward of the carnival and

has a very big future in the game of football, well played Coxy.

The complete squad of lates were a pleasure to work with, and

alot of these boys have big future’s in the game.

A big thank-you and well done to all the support staff and

managers for their input and expertise through-out the carnival.

Also a thank you to the Baskerville Oval organisers, a super job.

Coach: Steven thomson



BACK ROW: Luke McArthur, Lindsay Vitler, Jaxon Morton, Jack Kirby, Jarred Mason, Dylan Smith, Mitchell Smoothey, Luke Mills, Levi Ridley, Luke Rhodes-Hardwood,

Mitchell Brooks

MiDDLE ROW: Barry O’Kane (Coach), Rupert McDonald, Tremayne Briggs, Dylan O’Loghlen, Caleb Teidtke, Aiden Valenti, Chad O’Neil, Kade Outridge, Joseph Skehan,

Kyle Tassone, James Parsons (Asst. Coach)

FROnt ROW: Trent McDonnell, Jordan Peach, Ben Shaw, Bradley Jones, Peter Modica, Chad Daniels, Conner McBride, Jakob Kerr, Robert Mostert


BACK ROW: David Cox, Liam Kelly-Akee, Kyle Meerman, Jake Collins, Mitchell Price, Kieran Lesk, Brad Fullgrabe, Brendan O’Kane, Ned Seery

tHiRD ROW: Nelson Waite, Sean Van Der Velde, Joshua Johnston, Tristen Raynor, Jack Waston, Jake Taylor, Brady Day, Nick Gillies, Mitchell Panebianco

SECOnD ROW: Tyrell Blinman, Benjamin Jenkinson, Brett Rechichi, Joshua Cipro, Adrian Hickmott (Development Manager), Ashley Bartlett, Jarrod Shorter Lyric Duckett,

Jake Brennan

FROnt ROW: Jarrah Duckett, Kale Eldridge, Adam Brescacin, Timmy Yorkshire, Michael Hopkins, Brodie Watkins, Trent Saines, Daniel Bishop, Jess Stitt

Absent: Steven Thomson (Coach)

The Swans District Football Development Council (SDFDC) took

some great strides this year in terms of Primary Schools, Modified

Rules, Senior Community, Female Football and AFL 9’s. Whilst

club-based Auskick participation dropped from 1,292 to 1,208,

the Swans District is starting to turn things around with several

new community-based Auskick centres popping up at childcare

centres, churches, schools and temples in Kalamunda, Pickering

Brook, Stratton and Swan View.


Primary School participation dipped in the Eagles Cup due

to monetary and transport considerations, but this dip was

balanced out by solid numbers in Eagles Faction Footy. The

district is developing a Freo Dockers Shield program for schools

in the hills to offset the travel costs associated with the Eagles

Cup. The district is designing a district-specific school manual to

pinpoint the key programs and services supplied by the Swans


The district is also putting the final touches on a series of Primary

and Secondary School PD sessions geared towards enhancing the

programs delivered by AFL School Ambassadors at both Primary

and Secondary Schools. The Freo Dockers Cup was one of the

district’s biggest success stories with 13 teams participating in

this increasingly popular school girl’s competition. The 14-team

STS Cup 8/9 Boys competition went from strength to strength

with Darling Range Sports College pipped at the post by Trinity

College in the Quarter Finals. Whilst, the STS Cup 8/9 Girls fell

short of one team, the popularity of Freo House Footy should

boost our Secondary School participation in 2012.


The district continues to strengthen its coaching stocks on the

back of a series of successful coaching programs with 245 Level

1’s, 18 Level 2’s and 2 Level 3’s now coaching at junior and senior

level. The district successfully piloted the Generation Y Coaching

Academy, which is geared towards developing the skills and

philosophies of the next generation of coaches. The district is

looking to expand its suite of programs into the development

of the SDFC Coaching Academy for junior and senior clubs. The

district is looking forward to greeting its new coach coordinator

in 2012 to host quarterly meetings and monitor our game day








The district benefited from a surge in the number of modified

teams in 2011, due to the growth of several clubs including Mt

Helena JFC, Parkerville JFC and Swan View JFC. The number of

youth teams declined due to the loss of teams at Forrestfield

JFC, Midvale JFC and Upper Swan JFC. But, it wasn’t all doom

and gloom with Darlington/Parkerville JFC introducing a new

17’s side to strengthen an already strong 17’s competition. The

district is devising several strategies to boost participation in the

youth segment including possible linkages to AFL 9’s and greater

multicultural engagement.

It was a momentous year for the senior clubs with Wundowie

FC being installed in the Hills Football Association (HFA) and the

WAAFL continuing its impressive expansion. It promises to be

bigger and better in 2012 with the potential birth of a new club

in Parkerville and the expansion of Forrestfield JFC into WAAFL

Colts. High Wycombe FC continues to build on the success of

Integrated Football with the special needs program now gaining

more traction in the media and the broader community.

The profile of the Quality Club Program continued to grow with

14 clubs reaping the benefits of reaching Bronze, Silver and Gold

Level. Chidlow JFC, Chittering JFC, Forrestfield JFC, Mazenod JFC,

Mt Helena JFC, Mundaring FC, Parkerville JFC, Pickering Brook FC

and Swan View JFC all attained Bronze Level status in 2011. Whilst

Upper Swan JFC was the first to make it to Silver Level, SDFC has

set the benchmark for the rest of the district with Gold Level. The

district placed a bigger focus on club development this year with

strategic planning seminars being held at more than 12 clubs. The

development of a strategic plan is a key part of Silver Level in the

Quality Club Program. The district is planning to schedule a Club

Development Night in May to provide education to your office

bearers on several subjects including cultural awareness, local

government relationships and social networking.


The Swans District Junior Umpires Association (SDJFUA) has

retained a strong core of highly skilled umpires despite the

overall decrease in umpiring numbers. Whilst a solution to the

decreased umpiring numbers remains elusive, some solace

can be taken from the fact that 7 new green shirts joined the

umpiring pool together with the recruitment of 40 new club

umpires through the piloting of the Parent Umpire Program. In

2012, the district is planning to develop a series of club-based

satellite programs to filter more umpires down to the SDFJUA

and reverse this downward trend in umpiring numbers.


The Swans District is leading the way in terms of the development

of community programs for Indigenous boys and girls. The

district in partnership with V Swans successfully completed two

programs in 2011, the Maali Academy and the Yorga’s Academy.

The Maali Academy utilised mentors from several community

organisations to deliver key educational messages relating to

drug, alcohol and crime awareness, health and nutrition and

espect for women and the community. The programs saw more

than 60 males and females, aged 9 to 18 register to play in the

Swans District Junior Competition and the Swans District Youth

Girls Competition.

The district also developed a special needs Auskick program

for males and females with down syndrome and sustained

brain injuries to promote greater accessibility to football for the

disabled community. The district will continue to support the

expansion of the Integrated Football Program at High Wycombe

FC in 2012.

AFl 9’s

Participation in our newest segment increased dramatically in

2011 with more than 120 kids participating in the AFL 9’s Swan

Valley Cup at Baskerville Reserve and it looks set to continue its

meteoric rise in 2012 with several new programs being developed

for Female Football and Senior Community.



THE Swan Districts Football Club has continued its outstanding

production of young talent at today’s NAB AFL Draft with Stephen

Coniglio, Murray Newman and Corey Gault all being selected by

three different clubs.

Coniglio was taken by the Greater Western Sydney Giants with

selection No. 2 in the draft with the West Coast Eagles selecting

Newman at No. 23 and then Collingwood picking up Gault at 65.

The result of having three players selected in the national draft

continues the recent success that Swan Districts has had of

providing players to the AFL system, which has included Nic

Naitanui, Chris Yarran, Todd Banfield, Jeff Garlett, Clancee Pearce

and Lewis Jetta just in the last three years.

With the prospect of several other players being closely looked

at in next month’s pre-season and rookie drafts as well, the

work that the Swan Districts Football Club has put into its

talent development programs in recent years is clearly paying

handsome dividends.

Coniglio signalled his star potential back in 2010 when he moved

seamlessly into league WAFL football by starring in Swans’

premiership victory alongside Andrew Krakouer in the one-point

grand final win over Claremont.

He has gone onto captain Western Australia at this year’s

national 18s carnival, win the Larke Medal as the best player of

the tournament and at just 17 years of age, has shown that he

is an elite league footballer in his 11 games with Swan Districts.

Newman is an incredibly naturally talented footballer with


1987 Don Holmes (West Coast)

1987 Don Langsford (West Coast)

1987 Phil Narkle (St Kilda, West


1988 Murray Rance (Footscray, West


1988 Brent Hutton (West Coast)

1988 Troy Ugle (West Coast)

1988 Joe Cormack (West Coast,


1988 Kevin Caton (West Coast,

Fitzroy, Brisbane)

1989 Greg Jones (St Kilda, Western


1990 Paul Gow (Footscray, West


1990 David Ogg (Brisbane, West


1990 Todd Menegola (Richmond,



1990 Brendon Retzlaff (Collingwood,

Brisbane, West Coast)

1990 Shane Strempel (Brisbane,


1991 Steven Handley (Geelong)

1991 Stephen O’Reilly (Geelong,

Fremantle, Carlton)

1991 Todd Hawes (Richmond)

1991 Travis Edmonds (Hawthorn,

West Coast)

1991 Jason Ball (West Coast, Sydney)

1992 Scott Cummings (Essendon,

Port Adelaide, West Coast,


1992 Chris Peel (Carlton)

1994 Travis Edmonds (Fremantle)

1995 Jonson Clifton (West Coast)

1995 Michael Brown (Fremantle)

lightning speed and outstanding skill, but throughout the second

half of 2011 he really came on in leaps and bounds by earning a

regular spot in the league side.

The 18-year-old played eight games in the end, averaged 13.5

disposals a game and kicked seven goals to show that he is more

than capable of matching it with men.

Nothing but sheer hard work was behind ruckman Gault ending

up drafted to Collingwood. The 19-year-old 198cm big man was

dominating colts and reserves football by the end of the 2011

WAFL season earning himself a league debut.

Coniglio has been touted as a top draft pick for more than 12

months and after the natural sportsman decided for football

ahead of a potential cricket career, he was delighted to be taken

with the second pick and to end up at the Giants under Kevin


“I feel fantastic. It’s a lot of months of build-up to the draft and

to finally get it over and done with, and seeing who was the No.

1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 pick, and it’s a massive honour to be part of that,”

Coniglio said.

“It’s going to be tough for us for the first few years, which has

been pointed out across the footy circle, but I think that in three,

four or five years we’ll see the rewards. The set up they’ve got

and the people at Greater Western Sydney is pretty exciting.

“It has been my dream to play AFL and I’m ready to move over,

and get stuck into pre-season training now.”

1995 Michael Clark (Fremantle,


1996 Dwayne Griffin (Collingwood)

1997 Beau McDonald (Brisbane)

1998 Garth Taylor (Fremantle,


1998 Andrew Embley (West Coast)

1999 Brett Johnson (Hawthorn,


1999 Adam Hunter (West Coast)

2003 Matthew Spencer (Geelong)

2004 Michael Embley (West Coast)

2005 Luke Blackwell (Carlton)

2005 Travis Casserly (Richmond)

2007 Alex Rance (Richmond)

2007 Tony Notte (West Coast)

2007 Dennis Armfield (Carlton)

2007 Luke Pratt (Fremantle)

2007 Luke Miles (St Kilda)


2007 David Ellard (Carlton)

2008 Nicholas Naitanui (West Coast)

2008 Chris Yarran (Carlton)

2008 Jamie Bennell Melbourne)

2008 Todd Banfield (Brisbane Lions)

2008 Jarrad Blight (Collingwood)

2008 Neville Jetta (Melbourne)

2008 Michael Walters (Fremantle)

2008 Jeff Garlett (Carlton)

2008 Clancee Pearce (Fremantle)

2009 Lewis Jetta (Sydney)

2010 Wayde Twomey (Carlton)

2011 Stephen Coniglio (Greater

Western Sydney)

2011 Murray Newman (West Coast)

2011 Corey Gault (Collingwood)

^ Rookie-listed


1961, 1962, 1963 PREMIERSHIPS


2011 brought another successful year for female football at

Swan Districts Football Club and the Swans District, with over

540 female participants who took part in the ever growing Swan

Districts female football pathway. Females now represent 13.5%

of football in the Swans District.

From all girls Auskick programs, to Junior Girls and Youth Girls

competitions, the development and progress of these young

female athletes is now evident when coming through the

pathway into the Senior Women’s Team and Under 19’s preseason

competition known as the “Rogers’ 20/20 Cup”. Fourteen

current and former Youth Girls played in the Senior Women’s

Team this year, 5 of them playing at the highest club level in

Premier Division.

Promotion tools such as all girls football clinics in schools are

conducted throughout the year, the clinics vary depending

on the school. In the Swan Districts zone over 18 schools both

Primary and High school were influenced by at least one all girls

clinic. A further 19 schools benefitted from mixed boys and girls

clinics, varying from year 1’s through to year 7 classes. Each clinic

promoted the different types of football including the female

football pathway available to the individual.

Good Shepherd Primary School participated in an all girls

Auskick program which supports our youngest female football

stars. It provides them with the opportunity of afterschool

Auskick sessions, a great program that engages girls in a basic

understanding of football and an easy way to have fun with

friends; it also prepares and promotes them for the Swans Junior

Girls Competition.

The 2011 Dockers Cup Carnival, which is an all girls Primary

School Football Carnival, went off with a hit, 13 primary schools

participated in the exiting tournament. The 250 participants

wore their school jumpers with pride, some never having the

opportunity to wear one like their brothers or the boys at their

school would. The teams were split into a Hills division and a

Flats division, hosted by Bassendean Junior Football Club’s very

own Jubilee Oval which catered for the 6 ovals that were needed.

The girls had a great time and the competitiveness side came

out in the final rounds, but it was Midvale Primary that won the

Flats Division and Mundaring Primary School that won the Hills

Division Dockers Cup. Each girl left with a smile and left some

wanting to play it as a sport with the Junior Girls Competition

which started the following week.






52 new female participants between the ages of 8-12 years joined

the Swans Junior Girls Competition this year. The girls thoroughly

enjoyed the 7 week competition, each girl left with a medallion,

a smile and at least one new friend. Many comments from both

parents and players sad that it hadn’t last longer.

Feelings from the Swans Youth Girls Competition were much the

same as the Junior Girls wishing a longer competition or longer

games, some players so eager they played two matches. The

Youth Girls Competition mirrored the Junior Girls, with a 7 week

competition, except Finals were introduced. Some outstanding

players impressed the coaches, supporters and left the Swan

District Men’s League Team astonished as they looked on from

the other end of the oval. The Grand Final was an exciting match

to watch, but it was Midvale that came out on top of the Yorga’s

Maali Academy.

From the Swans Youth Girls a handpicked 24 talented players were

chosen to represent the Swans District against 10 metropolitan

and country zones in a Youth Girls Carnival, swans being named

the best Metro team. These girls can then hopefully follow into

the Under 19’s Pre season competition for 2012.

At the beginning of 2011 the Under 19’s Pre-Season competition

known as the Rogers’ 20/20 Cup run by the WAWFL, was created

to generate a competition for brand new players to the game,

a stepping stone for them to gain confidence into the WAWFL

season. Swans entered a team full of brand new players; most

had never touched a football in their lifetime. 80% of these girls

signed up under the Swan Districts Banner to join the Women’s


The Swan Districts Women’s Team recorded 65 players alone

this year, 25% of players come from Indigenous background. The

Women’s Team is made up of two Divisions, a Division 1 side co

coached by former All Australian Women’s player Angela Doyle

(Business Development Manager) and current State 18’s Youth

Girls Head Coach Megan O’Mara, who worked positively with the

girls enhancing their development as players and their skill level.

The Premier Division team was coached by WA Women’s State

Head Coach and All Australian Coach, Nicole Graves (General

Manager – V Swans). Graves is also currently the only female

in the Nation that holds a level 3 AFL coach accreditation. Our

Reserves (or Division 1) team was coached by Angela Doyle who

also works at the club as Business Development and acting CEO in

the later part of 2011. Angela has played 3 sports at International

level including, Touch Football, Gaelic Football and International

Rules, she was also All Australian in 2009/10 so brings a massive

amount of experience to the group.

Angela comments on the year gone by and her involvement.

“The 2011 Division One team was a year of improvement.

With such a new and young group of players the girls fought

hard throughout the season with plenty of positives to take out

into 2012. Our young stars to the game shared their skills and

enthusiasm with the group.”

“The Swan Districts Female Football pathway has proven

to be a success, having brought 8 former youth girl players

into the Division One side this year alone. Some of our young

talented players were recognised at the Swan Districts Women’s

Presentation Night later in the year, Savanna Schimmel, only 14

years old, won the Best and Fairest for Division One, otherwise

known as the Helen Wheeler Award. I look forward to coaching

the Premier League next year” Angela Doyle, Division One,

Head Coach

Nicole reflects on the Premier Division team.

“The women’s team have come a long way in the last 5 years and

seen a considerable transformation in the players competing, we

have a great female pathway at the club now and the women’s

team is the greatest beneficiary with 9 players competing in the

WA State senior women’s team, and 5 in the under 18’s state side

we have the perfect player pathway for any girls wishing to play.

So we as the coaches are the lucky ones being able to have such

great female athletes joining the team each year.”

“Ange will coach the senior side in 2012 as work commitments

stop me continuing at this stage but I know she will again take the

team that one step closer (1 point would help!!!) to the ultimate a

Premiership and i will be cheering from the sidelines!”

nicole Graves, Premier Division, Head Coach.

Swan Districts Football Club is a proud supporter of female

football, engaging the community at all levels, no matter what

age, culture or gender. The Club’s commitment to female football

endeavour’s to increase participation in competitions, coaches,

umpires and administration roles as well as providing a strong and

healthy environment and culture for our future female athletes.



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Dept of Education, Employment &

Workplace Relations

Dept of Sport & Recreation

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Australian Reliance


General Manager: Nicole Graves

Business Development & Event Manager: Bec Pianta

Promotions & Community Development Officer: Rikki Ryder

Community Development Officer, Female Football: Chelsea Randall

Regional Develoment Manager Metro: Danny Penny

Regional Develoment Manager Port Hedland: Tracey Swami

Regional Develoment Manager Roebourne: Clint Degerbrodt

Regional Develoment Manager Ashburton: Daniel Munday

Kicking Goals Development Manager: Avneil Swami

Chevron Active Co-ordinator: Emily Matthews

Chevron Active Liaison Officer: Carol Allen

The Swan Districts Football Club through its V Swans program initiatives has again seen growth and

improvement across its program delivery spaces in 2011. Our Kicking Goals and Shooting Goals programs

continued to see a stabilised human resource environment and although the second half of 2011 saw

considerable management change within the SDFC organisation the latter part of 2011 bought a V Swans

restructure that will allow considerable growth and a new deliberate communication structure to secure

long term sustainability and delivery to the programs and partnership with our key stakeholders.

In the following pages is a snapshot of some of our key partnerships and programs and I would like to

thank all our staff, corporate and government sponsors in 2011 and in particular the program participants,

their families and their communities for the support they give us in being able to deliver quality programs

and capacity to build happier communities.


V SWANS (cont)


Some of the human resources changes in 2011 included Chris

Lewis relocating to Hedland to deliver the Kicking Goals program

in the early part of the year; however he was replaced in June

by Kicking Goals teacher Avneil Swami after taking on another

employment position in the region. Chris was replaced by Av

Swami a former Kicking Goals teacher in Hedland and Av has

filled those shoes fantastically in the later part of the year and we

look forward to great things in the region in 2012.

We wish to thank Chris for his six years of service to the program

and look forward to him continuing as a program ambassador.

Peter Matera also changes his role with V Swans in late 2011

taking a management role with his brother in their company

Matera 3, again Peter will continue to be a valuable ambassador

to V Swans in key programs.

Former Swans Player Danny Penny joined the team in early 2011

and has quickly taken the front seat as V Swans Metro Regional

Manager where he oversees the key metropolitan programs

including the New Horizons Prison Program, our successful

Maali Academies and other community based initiatives, he also

oversees the management of our V Swans Development Officers

that support the District staff in growing the game within our


We also put on a full time events coordinator and business

development support role into the Pilbara region with Bec Pianta

joining the team in June. This role delivered the Celebrity Vets

and community games in Newman and the very successful

Karratha Festival in July 2011. The role also provided a very

valuable local resource in terms of logistical support for our talent

development events and gaining additional funds to support

event and program delivery (The role was supported by BHP

Billiton Iron Ore and Department of Education and Workplace

Relations – DEEWR festival program.)

The other big addition to the V Swans team came through our

partnership with Chevron Australia, this initiative sees 3 new staff

in the Onslow region of the Pilbara and deliver a 6 day a week

multi sports and community development program that including

football and basketball to fishing and gardening programs for the


Finally the new staffing structure was complete with Clint

Degebrodt joining the V Swans team from the WAFC, Clint

relocated to the Pilbara and has been very busy in developing

new football initiative in the region, working closely with the

Western Desert, North Pilbara and West Pilbara Junior football

leagues in developing opportunities for growth and quality talent

pathways to Swans.




• Increased participation in programs across our 5 regions

total participants attending V Swans Program in 2011 was


• Successful Year 12 graduation of 4 scholarship recipients

from the Pilbara in Perth ( La Salle College)

• The Kicking Goals and Shooting Goals Program (Hedland)

moving into a Year 11 curriculum at Hedland SHS and are

set to deliver Year 12 programs in 2012. Seeing the Program

delivered in every year level at the school and over 1/3 of the

school population in our program

• Secured a full time V Swans Regional Development position

in Newman for 2012

• Chevron Australia joined with V Swans to Deliver V Swans

Chevron Active in Onslow (Pilbara) and our key metro

development programs (Leading Forward, Maali Academies

and New Horizons)

• Secured full time staff in Karratha with WAFC support to

deliver ongoing community development.

• New Trainee position for Kicking Goals and Shooting Goals

Program with V Swans in Hedland to begin in 2012.

• Hosted South African National Team for a two week

development program here in Perth and the Pilbara.

• Delivered a successful WAFL game and carnival in Karratha

• Delivered a successful Celebrity Vets game in Newman

• Jarrhn Jacky will join the V Swans metro team in 2012

• Delivered successful Primary school programs in Perth

base on our successful Pilbara Kicking and Shooting goals

programs (Midvale and Ashfield PS)

• Delivered the first North West 16 Carnival in Port Hedland

that included teams from the Pilbara, Kimberley and

Gascoyne region – we are hoping to expand this program in

2012 with the support of WAFC and the AFL (more on that

to come)

V SWANS SCoop THe AWARDS pool IN 2011

• The Swans Districts Football Club through our community

development programs V Swans won the coveted 2011

Western Australian Sport and Recreation Awards Ministers

Award for Industry Excellence ‘Best of the Best’

• The Shooting Goals Academy won the 2011 Sport and

recreation award for services to Regional participation in WA

(Hedland Academy)

• The club was also a finalist in the Event delivery (Karratha

WAFL Game) section and for Programming to Increase

participation throughout WA (V Swans Chevron Active

Program –Onslow)

• The 2011 Newman Kicking Goals Academy won the ACHPER

(Australian Council for Health, physical Recreation) Shape

Award for Secondary schools; The SHAPED Awards recognise

excellence and innovation in Health and Physical Education

/Activity and practices in Western Australian schools and

their communities.

V SWANS (cont)


(partnerships with BHp Billiton Iron ore and the West Coast

Eagles FC)

Our flagship programs saw over 220 students in Hedland and

Newman SHS participate in our fully integrated curriculum based

education program. Highlights saw an average attendance within

the program continue to grow with Indigenous Kicking Goals

student attendance at 72% in Newman 39% higher than their

whole school Indigenous attendance figures. In Hedland the

program again grew to deliver to over 160 students (Almost 1/3

of the entire school population) and also deliver for the first time

into a year 11 curriculum.

‘The students in my class that are a part of the Kicking Goals

program have been a pleasure to teach. Throughout the year

there has been improved attendance by these students and an

improvement in their attitude towards their studies and there

behave in class. My Year 9 girls in particular have become

motivated students who are more involved in their community

and are aspiring to go on to further education whether that be

University, TAFE or apprenticeships. The program has been of

great benefit to these students and I encourage them to continue

with the program next year’

From Stephanie Hibbet – Maths and Science Teacher Newman



After almost a year of liaison, community consultation and

program set up, the Onslow program is now in full swing with

the staff delivering junior, youth and senior sport to the Onslow

community most days of the week. They also provide support

and sports education development via the Onslow School and

support Shire initiatives to ensure that the community has a

capacity to build, develop and integrate as their community

changes with the Chevron Wheatstone project about to start

development in the region. This program is ongoing and is a

partnership between Chevron Australian and V Swans to Delivery

quality social and recreation outcomes for the local community.

Our programs engage almost 98% of the community aged 4 to

16 years


The Leading Forward Program is a Primary School adaptation of

our successful High School Education program within the Pilbara.

Two pilot programs were run in 2011 with great success. The

programs will continue in these schools in 2012 with the addition

of two more schools including Swan View Primary School and

Moorditj Noongar Community College the program will be

delivered to over 150 predominantly Indigenous disengaged

students in primary schools around our metro zone.

“Facilitator - Paul Godfrey presented the program in a very

supportive, informative and personable manner to the students.



He treated the students individually with care and respect and

the students responded accordingly.” (Vanessa Reeve, Year 5/6/7

Class Room teacher Ashfield Primary).

“I thought the balance of theory and practical sessions was

excellent. Alternating weeks seemed to work very well. The

planning and preparation that went into the V Swans program

was very good. The content of the theory was motivating and

was delivered very well. The scoring system enabled me to

motivate students to improve (attendance / behavior) and Paul

developed great working relationships with our students and was

able to get them on task quickly and efficiently. “The students all

mentioned that their favorite session was when the South African

Team came to the school to talk to the students and coach them.”

Peter Freeman, Deputy Principal, Midvale Primary School


The V Swans New Horizons program is a personal development

program which provides pathways to football, education and

career opportunities. By completing program components and

adhering to program guidelines, participants are then eligible to

compete in the Swan Districts football team which competes in

E1 Division of the WAAFL competition.

Through mentoring and support, this program promotes social

and physical wellbeing to all participants and encourages them to

be a positive role model for other inmates and be a model inmate

themselves. It also serves to produce a smoother transition back

into the community as support continues beyond the Prison.

38 participants were selected for the program. 7 participants

were removed from the program due to disciplinary breaches

at the Wooroloo Prison Farm. A further 5 participants were

added mid program. 36 participants completed the 2011 new

Horizons program.


The program, in partnership with several community

organisations including the City of Swan, Midland PCYC and the

WA Police, will educate participants about drugs, crime and

alcohol, health, nutrition, injury prevention, goal setting, selfesteem,

and respect for women and the community.

The Maali Academy is dedicated to developing the individual

as a good community member and the importance of healthy

lifestyles and participation and getting the young Aboriginal men

back into structured community football clubs and competitions.

V SWANS (cont)


This program was delivering in partnership with the Office of

Crime Prevention, PCYC and the WA police – it differs from the

male academy and supports the following life skill objectives

delivered through a series of workshops:

• Education – Attendance and behaviour.

• Mentors/Support – Provide a strong support/mentor person

for the group.

• Health – To improve self esteem, hygiene, confidence and

body management.

• Relationships – To have the ability to build a strong bond

amongst the group for ongoing support and mentoring.

• Culture Link – To build a strong family link and respect of

culture and heritage

• Police – To have a better understanding and to build a strong

relationship with the police (Break that stigma barrier).

• Goals – To set positive goals with girls and achieve them.

The Maali Academy is a commendable project which uses

mentors to promote physical activity and deliver education

messages relating to nutrition, drug and alcohol prevention and

injury prevention. I wholeheartedly support the development

and implementation of this project, which is run by V Swans in

conjunction with the Swans District. Any project which uses

sport as a community engagement tool is to be encouraged and

fostered. Ken Wyatt MP, Member for Hasluck

The City of Swan would like to express its support of this initiative

which offers opportunities for life skill development through

football to targeted young Indigenous people in the area. A

program that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of

participants through goal setting, the use of mentors and working

with culturally relevant and current role models will engage large

numbers of participants and in particular disadvantaged young

people. Charlie zannino, Mayor, City of Swan

It was good for the young people to be exposed to workshops

that they would not have otherwise had the opportunity to be

involved in. V Swans did a great job with the workshops and skills

sessions and the young people that attended the Maali Academy

have grown in confidence and self-belief of what they can do. To

me that is the value of the program. Well done to all involved.

John Mogridge, indigenous Youth and Community Projects

Officer, City of Swan

The Maali Academy has become an integral part of a holistic

approach to youth programs for youth at risk in the East Metro

Police District, in particular the Midland Sub-District. The fact

that there were a high percentage of regular attendees indicates

that the key messages are getting through and the participants

are serious about making a positive difference to themselves

and their environment. From a crime prevention perspective, I

see the Maali Academy as a true example of changing people’s



outlook towards crime and criminal behavior. The building of

self-respect through the Academy will stand these young men in

good stead for when they are faced with making critical decisions

in their lives. I am very eager to see the Academy flourish in the

future and continue its life-changing work. I hope I can assist in

whatever way possible. ian Westmore, Project Coordinator,

Office of Crime Prevention



This program sees young people from our regional recruiting

zones be supported in relocating to Perth to pursue greater

education and sporting opportunities in partnership with La

Salle College and through this partnership we have delivered

outstanding education opportunities for both boys and girls:

11 participants from year 8 to 12 with 4 graduation year 12 in

2011, the Mentoring program also extends to all the participants

of V Swans programs that are relocated to Perth form our country

regions including Steel blue House

STeel BlUe HoUSe

Participants in 2011:

• Thomas Murphy (Hedland)

• Jarrod Cross (Karratha)

• Aaron Jetta (Bunbury)

• Kerwin Miller (Punmu Football Support Program Participant)

• Lionel Boddington (early 2011)

• Murray Newman (Rookie Drafted to WCE)

• Dayle Garlett (late 2011)

• Aiden Smith (late 2011)

• Garry Sidebottom Jnr (Pre Season 2011/12)



To deliver sustainable sport education and talent ID for the

Western Desert Football League and the Martu people of the

region. The program also seeing desert community members

visit Perth for a football experience and an opportunity to play

Colts and or Reserves football for the club.

Communities involved:

• Jigalong

• Parnngurr

• Warralong

• Nullagine

• Punmu

• Kirrakurra (desert Carnival connection only)


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Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals

ADAMS Luke 2010-11 7 0

ADAMS Marcus 2011 2 2

ADIE Colin L 1944 15 12

ADIE Dennis H 1944 12 7

AHMAT Joseph W. 1984-86,90-91 55 35

AIDE Edward J 1953 9 1

AITCHISON Mathew 2007, 2011 13 3

AITKEN Donald H 1943,1946-47 34 1

AITKEN Anthony 2000 1 0

ALLDAY Horace 1940 3 0

ALLEN Chris 1984-1985 17 12

ALLEN Kenneth J 1985 1 0

ALLEN Cameron 2000 4 0

AMES Tallan J. M 2002-11 156 48

AMONINI Peter Dl 1985-1988 12 1

ANDERSON Ron 1941 14 1

ANDERSON Douglas D 1945-1956 210 32

ANDERSON Allan 47,49-51,54,55 26 8

ANDERSON Alfred George 1947-48 9 6

ANDERSON Peter Douglas 1970, 72 18 1

ANDERSON Stuart 2002-04 30 6

ANDERSON Brady 2003-04 31 10

ANDREW Lauritz J 1968-75 68 4

ANDREWS Harold G 1936-39,45-47 92 23

ANDRICH Frank 1955-1956 3 1

ANGOVE John S. P 1934 1 1

ANNESLEY Robert D 1939-41,46-47 64 63

ARBON Roy S 1971,74-75,77 31 11

ARGALL Dale R 1999 20 7

ARKLEY Ralph L 1939-40 2 0

ARMFIELD Dennis B 2005-07 33 19

ARMSTRONG Lewis H 1940 12 0

ARMSTRONG David M 1967-69 33 9

ARMSTRONG William J 1986 4 0

ARTHUR Roy H 1955-59 90 102

ARVINO Paul W 1995,97 7 3

ASHWORTH Victor R 1946-52,54 135 66

ASHWORTH Maxwell E 1960-66 52 38

ATHERTON Rodney G 1969 6 0

ATHERTON Shane G 1991-92 9 1

ATHERTON Darren R 1991 5 0

AVERY Charles 1936-39 58 18

AYLWARD Warwick S 1965 1 0

BADDELEY Bruce R 1948-50 36 7

BAGLEY Kenneth W 1958-70 230 87

BAILEY Ben R 1950-52 15 3

BAKER William 1939 1 0

BAKER Robert 1943 8 1

BAKER Leon F 1981-83 64 101

BAKER Noel 1986 1 3

BAKER Craig A 2000 1 0

BALCHIN Daryl E 1965-71 64 10

BALL Jason 91-94, 97, 99 61 102

BALL Shane 1996 1 1

BAMFORD Norman 1943, 45-47 62 1

BAMFORD Arthur L 1944 14 5

BAMFORD Allan L 1945, 47 2 1

BANFIELD Todd 2008 7 4

BARKER Edward (Tim) 1944,47-59 239 22

BARNETT Frank W 1945,48 39 8

BARNETT Allan P 1967-68 22 6

BARNETT Matthew C 2001 5 0

BARRETT Keiran 1997 1 0

BARTLETT Maurie A 1972 11 13

BASKERVILLE Donald F 1966-68,70 23 7

BASTOW Charles H (Bill) 1936-41,45 96 10

BASTOW Francis W 1941 1 0

BATY Norman H 1946-50 42 1

BAUSKIS Edwin 1979-80 19 6

BAZZO Steven J 1988-95 158 82

BEANGE Gregory R 1975,77-78 15 0

BEASLEY Simon F 1978-81 82 295

BECKWITH Neville B 1955 2 0

BEDFORD Keith R 1969-70 25 6

BEE Henry (Judda) 1934-35 21 46

BEECROFT Robert J 1970-75 126 164

BEECROFT Brett R 1999 1 1

BEIGEL Bryan M 1944 1 0

BELL Frank T 1972-80 120 6

BELL Ken 1989-91 30 8

BENGOUGH Athol E 1954 4 0



BENNELL Ian 1989-91 26 15

BENNELL Cameron R 1999 7 3

BEROS Shane 1998-2008 193 112

BLACKABY Edney T 1980-84 54 108

BLACKWELL Luke 2004 4 0

BODDY Cameron 2010 1 0

BOEKHORST Blain 2011 1 0

BOGUNOVICH Shane P 1984 10 2

BOLLENHAGEN Justin 2011 2 2

BOLTON Noel A 1967-68 13 6

BONNEY Peter 2007-08 4 1

BOOTH Richard I 1970-71 9 2

BORKOWSKI John 1966, 69 16 18

BOSUSTOW Brent P 2007 1 0

BOTICA Raymond P 1967-71 49 0

BOTICA Mark An 1972 1 0

BOUCHER Ronald E 1971-76,78-84 193 87

BOUNDY Bradley 2002 3 1

BOWEN Laurence W 43-44,46-49,51 79 24

BOWEN Harry 1944 7 16

BOWEN George 1946 16 2

BOWERS Aaron David 2009 8 3

BOWRA Howard R 1943-44 2 0

BOZICH Anthony L 1965 5 0

BRABY John R 1967, 69 10 2

BRADBROOK Grant D 1993-95 29 6

BRADLEY Francis 1949 1 0

BRADSHAW Michael 1999, 2001 4 0

BRADY Gerald A 1954-55 6 0

BRAHIM Travis A. S 1997 1 0

BRAVO Steve 1937 12 2

BREALEY John W 1970-73 12 1

BRENTON Leigh D 1983-85 38 14

BRINDLEY Ernest G 1946 4 1

BRINKWORTH Edward V 1960-61 2 0

BRITTAIN Alan 1950-51 20 1

BROADBRIDGE Michael S 1991-94 85 24

BROOMHALL George M 1934 11 6

BROWN Wally 1954-62 136 57

BROWN Clifford J 1955 3 0

BROWN Rodney L 1972-78 86 11

BROWN Gary L 1972-73 2 0

BROWN Wayne 1978 16 0

BROWN Michael 1995-2001 59 61

BROWN Jadd W 1997 5 1

BROWNING Harry R 1945 4 2

BROWNING Raymond C 1957-60 48 37

BRUCE Graham 1952-60 104 10

BRUNTON Edward W 1947-51 56 17

BUCK Raymond 1944 3 1

BUCKEY Charles D 1966 1 0

BUCKLEY Clement J 1934 3 0

BUCKLEY Patrick K. J 1965 1 0

BUCKLEY Jim 1986-88 23 10

BUNTON Haydn A 1961-64 89 112

BURCHELL Ronald 1937 10 0

BURGE Irwin H 1934 5 2

BURGESS Christopher M 1982-85 30 27

BURKE J 1941 1 0

BURNETT Graham J 1968 3 0

BURNETT Daine C 1997 2 2

BURNS Peter J. L 1940-41 13 4

BURTON Joseph W 1967 1 0

BUSCOMB Neil F 1968 4 0

BUSWELL Ron 1949 4 6

BUSWELL Kim A 1978 5 0

BUTLER Alan 1941 2 1

CABASSI Peter 1987 2 0

CADDY John 1944 1 0

CALLAGHAN Craig W 93-96,99-00, 05-06 79 61

CALLOW Kevin 1946 1 0

CALLOW David John 1990-92 21 2

CAMPBELL John 1974 4 0

CAMPO Roberto 1998 1 0

CANDLER John (Jack) 1948-49 8 0

CAPORN Ivan W 1950-51 16 15

CARLSHAUSEN Rex J 1986-87 16 6

CARNEY Bernard W 1994-2002 115 126

CARR Matthew 2009 18 11

CARRICK Dennis D 1951-61 156 74

CARROLL Evan James 1998-2001 8 6


CARTER Peter William 1977, 81 10 4

CARTLEDGE Clarence V 1952-53 36 0

CASELLA Alex 1996 8 1

CASEY Gordon T. J 1976-1980 94 24

CASSERLY Travis P 2005, 09-10 49 11

CASSON Damien J 2003-06 77 37

CASSON Liam 2003-04 30 20

CASTLEDINE Frederick T. J 1958-67,69 162 27

CASTLEDINE Michael J 1992,95 2 0

CATON Kevin B 1984-89,91-94 119 274

CHANDLER Bert R 1936 19 17

CHATFIELD Derek C 1969 3 0

CHESTER Maxwell L 1935,37-40, 45 50 27

CHIDLOW Peter D 1978-80 31 36

CLARK Jack R 1939 16 11

CLARK Michael W 1996-97 21 13

CLARKE George 1934-35 27 0

CLARKE Graeme E 1965-66 15 0

CLARKSON John 1993-94, 96-97 70 60

CLEMENTS Maxwell C 1954-55 27 36

CLIFFORD Wayne M 1995 3 1

CLOSE Brian A 1973-78 84 105

COCKS William R (Bill) 1954-57 25 3

COLLIER Jeffrey J 1977-80 18 5

COLREAVY Benjamin P 2009-11 51 71

COMERFORD Graeme B 1977, 79, 81 14 1

CONIGLIO Stephen 2010-11 11 8

COOK Edwin B 1934 11 29

COOPER Ronald J (John) 1951-58 122 4

COOPER Kenneth J 1960,62-65 71 16

COOPER Ross A 1967 6 7

COOPER Ian C 1970-72 35 73

COOPER Stafford L 1999 19 18

COOPER Trent A 1999 2 0

COOPER Layton 2001-03 15 1

COPE Alan C 1957-58 4 0

COPE Robert A 1969-71 24 0

COPE Anthony B 1985-88 40 11

COPEMAN Francis J(Frank) 1962-65 51 14

COPPIN Morris G. J 2006-07 22 9

CORMACK Joseph R 1986-89 61 63

CORNELIUS Drew R 1993-97 45 15

CORNELIUS Joel W 1995-06 221 67

COUNCILLOR Gregory A 1997-98 2 3

COUSINS Raymond L. E 1966 16 2

COX Lawrence L 1951 13 0

COX Joseph G (Greg)1952-58 117 17

COX Jason 2004-05 30 19

CRAIG Jonathon 2003, 05 5 1

CRANSBERG Alan J 1976-79,81-83 115 33

CRIPPS Gary C 1969 8 1

CROUCH Bevan J 1972 5 0

CROWLEY Barry 1970 1 0

CUMMINGS Scott C 1992-93,2001 34 104

CURRIE Robert 1940 3 1

CURRIE Brian W 1954 13 8

CURRIE John S 1971 14 22

CURTIS Rodney V 1971 4 1

CUSACK John O 1944-45 24 94

DALE Langham W 1940 1 0

DALE Simon S 1975,77 16 15

DALY Allen 1934 5 1

DALY Todd O 2001, 03 3 0

DALY Ben 2008 8 1

DALY Lance 2010 2 1

DARMODY Thomas P 1936-41 92 21

DARMODY John 1938 5 2

DAVEY Shaun 1989-91 51 39

DAVIDSON Jeffery R 1980, 82 18 10

DAVIDSON Trevor J 1999,2001-02 10 4

DAVIES James D 1943-44,46-48 73 67

DAVIS Charlie 1940 1 0

DAVIS Desmond W 1958-59 17 2

DAVIS Clive H 1959 1 0

DAVIS Steven M 1982 1 0

DAVIS Robert 2002 2 0

DAVIS Ryan A 2008-11 57 13

DAVISON Brent H 1994 11 1

DAWES Walter W 1934 7 13

DAWSON Brian T 1977-78 6 1

DAY Gary W 1976-78 18 3

DAY Sam 1997-98 4 0

DE CORSEY Craig B 1999-2005 127 176

DE GRAAF Bob F 1986-90 40 15

DEHRING Glendon J 1989,91-92 23 11

DELAVALE Ronald L 1969-71 7 1

DELLA-VEDOVAKeith 2008 1 1

DENTON Raymond W 1951 2 0

DESCHAMP Augustus (Gus) 1951 4 0

DEVITT Graeme O 1959-67 89 0

DICKSON Jack R. M 1934 1 0

DIKOLLI Skender S 1977-80 16 13

DIMER Damian 1995-96,98-99 28 32

DITCHBURN Albert J 1937-39 52 65

DIXON Yagan 2007 10 1

DOBSON Colin 1943 17 4

DOBSON William (Bill) 1943-44,48 39 3

DODD J 1943 1 0

DOIG Ian P 1943-44 38 7

DOIG Bruce M 1944, 47 24 0

DOUGLAS Trevor M 1976-78 30 4

DOUGLAS Nathan R 1998 2 0

DOUGLAS Scott 2006-07 4 1

DOWLING Leslie A 1935 1 0

DOWNEY Laurence J 1943 11 0

DOWNEY Peter 1963-65,68-70 90 4

DOWSON Colin D 1976 3 0

DRAKE-BROCKMAN Oliver D 1941 1 0

DRAKE-BROCKMAN David F 1947-50 41 3

DRANSFIELD Colin W 1941 3 0

DRENNAN Maurice 1962-63 12 8

DRUMMOND Jack 1935 3 0

DUNNE Ronald 1959 3 6

DUNNE Brian M 1976 6 0

DURRANT Raymond A 1947-50 14 0

EADES Kim 2003-04 27 22

EASTON George W 1935-36 32 0

EATON Stephen C 1989-95 90 9

EDMONDS Travis I. A 1990-2005 262 80

EDWARDS Alexander A. J 1946-48 24 2

EDWARDS Len 1957 1 0

EDWARDS Colin 1957-59 29 94

EDWARDS Grant T 1976-77,79 8 1

EDWARDS Aaron 2004-05 34 32

EGAN Stewart J 1982 5 2

ELLARD David 2007 1 3

ELLERY Vernon (Butch) 1945-46 12 3

EMBLEY Andrew G 1998,2000-02 11 14

EMBLEY Michael J 2005-07 8 4

EMBLEY James E 2008-11 17 5

ERCEG Adam I 2002 3 0

FANDRY Christof B 1966-67 26 0

FANDRY Norbert 1967-68 7 5

FARE Brian L 1960 4 4

FARMER Brett G 1984 2 1

FAULKNER Wayne W 1969 3 4

FAULKNER Adam 2011 6 4

FERGUSON Kenneth L 1966-72 60 38

FEUTRILL John David 1955 1 0

FINLAYSON Darrin John 1994-99 36 19

FITZGERALD George 1934 1 0

FITZGERALD Ross W 1978-82,86-87 112 68

FLEAY Edward S 1968-69 19 0

FLEAY Shane 2008,10 17 3

FLEMING Jason 2008-09 17 3

FLOYD Thomas H 1983 2 5

FLUGGE Ashley D 1994 2 1

FOGARTY Jonathon A 1979-85 133 38

FOOTE Troy G 1992-96 34 19

FORBES Hugh 1934-36 41 37

FORBES Ward E 1976 1 0

FORD Edward F 1934-37 44 2

FORD Robert 1958-59 8 0

FORDEN Reginald J 1937 14 13

FORMANCZYK Michael S 2006-07 15 6

FORNERO William J (Bill) 1944 8 8

FORWARD Ronald W 1935, 38 29 25

FOSTER Brian 1951 14 15

FOUNTAIN Gerald R 1936 4 3

FOWLER Russell 1966-68 6 0

FOXON Mark F 1969,71-75 105 75

FRASER John R. 1951-1952 18 4


Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals

FROST Neville G 1972-79 89 47

FROST Dennis 1976-77 5 0

FRY Ronald C 1958 6 6

FULLGRABE Henry A 1956-62 89 98

GALE Kevin E 1952-53 22 29

GANDINI Leonard 1987-91 51 51

GARCIA Kenneth D 1965 8 6

GARDINER Bevan L 1965 8 1

GARE Robert J 1958-59 13 8

GARLETT Jeffery 2008 21 33

GARLETT Cody 2007 8 7

GARLETT Clinton 2009-10 19 8

GARLETT Dayle 2011 8 9

GARTRELL Robert C (Bob) 1950-51 3 3

GARTRELL Kevin B 1957-59 17 1

GARWOOD Phillip N 1961 8 8

GATH William J 1946 13 12

GAULT Corey 2011 1 1

GEAPPEN Tim 2008-11 87 209

GEER Barrie M 1956-57,59-61 68 4

GELAVIS Leffie J 1959 1 0

GEORGE Maxwell 69-70,73-75,77-78 74 250

GHISALBERTI Emilio 1963-66 17 3

GIACOMEL Craig T 1998 9 2

GILBERT Stanley R 1943 5 1

GILBERT Colin J 1949 2 0

GILLESPIE Stephen R 1970-81 201 14

GLASS Brett A 1988 1 0

GODDARD Ian 1959-61 15 2

GOLDING James 1940 1 0

GORMAN Eric D 1961-69 163 555

GORN Valthor N 1934-38 60 144

GOSLING Alan R 1944,48-49 10 0

GOW Paul A 1987-90,92-94 78 5

GRABSKI James A 2005-08 38 4

GRACIE Gareth 1995-96 6 2

GRAHAM Thomas D 1946-47 9 0

GRASSO Dominic (Mick) 1987-92 93 37

GRAY Duncan F 1943 3 0

GRAY Robb B 1951-63 205 89

GRAY Gary L 1961, 66 24 35

GRAY Robert B 1985-86 10 1

GRAY Jim 1992-94 11 0

GREEN Shane 1995-96 13 2

GREENE John F (Jack) 1939-41 36 20

GREGSON Alfred E 1951 2 3

GREY Ernest H 1938-41 26 1

GRIBBLE Clinton M 2005-07 6 1

GRIEVE Russell R 1934-35 34 12

GRIFFIN Dwayne 95-96,98,00-08 106 35

GRIFFITHS Alan W 1974-76 17 16

GRLJUSICH Anthony (Tony) 1940-41 13 3

GUERINONI Frederick A 1950-54 63 16

GUIDICE Barry D 1964,66-67 25 4

GUTWEIN Peter 1986 1 0

HACKETT Alphonsus J.B 1936-37 2 1

HALEY Adam B 2002-06 26 3

HALL Frederick R 1934-137 28 8

HAMPSON Douglas 1944 1 0

HAMPSON Clint J 2000-05 81 54

HAMS Kyle 2011 18 1

HANDLEY Stephen 1991 17 16

HANLEY John J 1956-1957 16 0

HANSEN Ashley R 02-04,06,08-11 85 219

HARDY Victor J 1941,45-48 69 36

HARDY Scott 1992-95 42 11

HARNETT A (Paddy) 1940 4 3

HARPER Dylan P 2005-06 39 8

HARRIS Peter F 1964 1 1

HARRIS Terrence W 1966-73 86 77

HARRIS Michael 1999,2001-06 46 17

HARTLEY Todd 1991 1 0

HARVEY Dylan 2011 2 1

HASTIE Michael 1989-92 62 104

HATT David 1944 3 1

HATT William C (Bill) 1944, 49 7 0

HATTON Brad 1944 1 0

HAUGHAN Philip J 1978 8 12

HAWES Todd A 1991-93,95,00 43 24

HAWKINS Lionel W 1941,45-46 47 3

HAWKS Raymond A 1950-52 36 51

HAY George L 1941 9 0

HAYWARD William L 1973 1 0

HEALEY Craig 2003-05 22 10

HELLMRICH Leslie C 1934-35 9 11

HELLMRICH Maxwell G 1953 13 12

HEMMING Brian J 1977-80 29 22

HENDERSON Colin 1954 8 7

HENRY Leon G 1976 1 0

HEPBURN Gilbert 1943-44 8 2

HERBERT Ian 2003-04 15 12

HETHERINGTON Kim J 1984-90 116 38

HEWITT Jarrod M 1993 1 0

HICKEY Matthew J 1995 7 0

HILL Cary 2002 1 0

HILTON Harry R 1938-39 13 0

HINKLEY Clayton K 2008-11 45 26

HISLOP Leigh G 1999-07 78 15

HODGES Vernon L 1952 1 1

HODYL Peter H 1982-85, 89-91 80 113

HOLDEN Craig R 1976-81 98 26

HOLDING John 1943 12 4

HOLDSWORTH Henry E. A 35-38,40-41,45-47 142 534

HOLLOWAY William D 1954 3 0

HOLMES L 1938-39,41 16 4

HOLMES Richard M 1939-41,45 26 14

HOLMES Leonard W 1967-70 50 52

HOLMES Donald S 1978-90 158 323

HOLMES Andrew J 1986-95 137 268

HOLTZMAN Terry J 1985 1 1

HOWARD Alex 2011 9 0

HOWE Colin T 1974 1 0

HOY Ronald J 1948-57 90 59

HOYCARD Craig W 1989-90 13 7

HOYER Craig E 1978-80,84-85 61 70

HUGHES Timothy J 1982 1 0

HULME Jack 1940 10 6

HUNT Noel 1934-37 56 17

HUNTER Arnold W (Bill) 1934-36 33 4

HUNTER Adam R 1999-04,09,11 65 76

HUTCHINGS George 1944 9 3

HUTTON Stephen B 1982-92 151 236

IETTO Agostino S 1985,88 6 5

INGALL Nicholas 2006-08 34 11

INNES Ronald W 1960, 62 9 4

INNIS Reg 1944 16 2

IPAVIZ Dean 2007-10 28 3

ISEGAR Gerald J 1971-73 50 37

ITALIANO Bruno P 1974 11 0

JACKSON Frederick (Fred)1958 4 0

JACKSON Kevin L 1972 4 3

JACKY Jarrhan 2011 21 12

JAMES Alex 2011 9 2

JAMIESON Albert E 1934-35 19 4

JAMIESON Alexander R 1940 9 3

JEFFERY Ivan 1943-44 35 17

JEFFERY Graham I 1984 1 0

JETTA Neville 2008 2 0

JETTA Lewis 2009 22 14

JETTA Graham 2009-11 47 9

JOHN Stanley R 1951 1 0

JOHNS Michael S 1983-87 88 41

JOHNSON Percy J 1959 21 19

JOHNSON Mark S 1986 5 5

JOHNSON Brett 1998-99 28 10

JOHNSON Michael 2001-03, 06-09 77 31

JOHNSON Paul 2003-2004 32 41

JOHNSON Trevor 2006 9 7

JOHNSTON Lindsay J 1959-62 27 19

JOHNSTON David 1994 1 0

JOHNSTON David 2011 3 1

JOLLEY Geoffrey A 1968 2 1

JOLLEY Grant 1988 7 0

JONES Allan 1935 16 3

JONES Jack 1937,39-40 21 1

JONES Greg 1988-89 20 13

JONES Simon 2005-07 19 12

JORDAN Harry 1952 11 0

JORDAN Troy D 1993 4 1

JOSE Raymond M 1967 2 0

JUKES Matthew 2011 3 1

KEELEY William M 1953,55-58 47 24



Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals

KEIGHTLEY Cyril 1941, 45 19 23

KELDERMAN Stephen Q 1997-2004 69 24

KELLEHER Max W 1961 21 7

KELLY Harold G 1940 1 0

KELLY James H (Jim) 1960 4 0

KELLY Peter 1992-96,99-03 128 71

KELLY Nathan 1993-94 18 0

KELLY Christian J 1994-97 68 41

KEMP Reginald E 1938 9 1

KEMP Geoffrey M 1967 2 0

KEMPIN Peter T. N 1974-77 57 54

KENDLE Matthew J 1995 21 3

KENNY Thomas F 1941, 47 2 0

KENNY Peter B 1982-83 34 22

KENWORTHY Sydney J 1960 2 3

KERR Brian P 1978-81 24 5

KESTEL Stewart D 1990-98 87 19

KESTEL Wesley M 1996-2005 126 57

KIERNAN Maxwell C 1958-59,61-64 36 0

KIMBERLEY Barry R 1983-86 82 72

KING George H 1946-49 74 108

KING Derek J. E 1972-74 35 37

KINGSBURY William J (Billy) 1948-49 20 19

KIRK Lionel 1944 11 0

KIRKHAM James H 1973 12 0

KLOPPER Bruce 1948 18 8

KNEEBONE Joseph K 1934 3 1

KRAKOUER Andrew 2008,10 32 48

KREIGER Joseph 2005-06 8 1

KREPP George L 1934-39 101 10

KREPP Matthew(Doug)1965 1 0

LAIDLER Arthur J. W 1960 4 0

LAMB Leonard D 1944 1 0

LAMB John O 1954 3 0

LAMBERT Frederick(Blue) 1938-39 21 1

LAMMIE Wesley A 2008,10-11 35 4

LANE Robert S 1956-58 30 38

LANE Tyson J 2007 2 4

LANGE Adam B 2003-09 125 135

LANGSFORD Donald L 1977-87,89-90 237 60

LARKIN J 1944 1 0

LATHAM Arthur (Paul) 1943-44 33 11

LATHAM William R 1943,46-52 92 212

LATHAM Gregory R 1971-77 100 13

LAURITO John 1993-99,2001 96 13

LAWSON Joseph J (Joe) 1955-66 235 16

LE ROY Michael R. J 1970-72 29 55

LECKIE Andrew S 1959-60, 62 16 26

LEESON Maurice A 1949 1 0

LEPIDI Damian P 2002 11 2

LEPLASTRIAR Julian 2005 2 1

LEWIS James R 1934 1 0

LEWIS William 1949-50 30 31

LEWIS Barry C 1957-59 22 0

LIMANA Attilio 1952-56 44 47

LITTERICK Cyril O 1958-66 179 235

LITTLE William 1941 8 1

LOCKYER Allan 1947-56 113 27

LOHDE Karl 2007 13 0

LOK William J 2002, 04 7 0

LOMBARDI Silvio G 1997-99 10 1

LOWRY Robert J (Bob) 1947-57 150 230

LOWRY Kevin A 1951 1 0

LUNNY Keith J 1950, 52 8 0

LYNCH Clement P 1941 7 5

LYNCH Ciaran A 1982 1 3

MACK John A 1960-64 74 12

MADIGAN Gregory J 1995-97 21 18

MAGEE Michael S 1976 20 27

MAGUIRE Fintan 1987-89 17 20

MAGUIRE Christopher J 1995, 2005-06 37 98

MAHER Ross L 1978 5 3

MAHER Andrew J 1983-85 12 0

MAHONEY Peter D 1972-74 27 6

MAIDEN Robert J 1983 12 8

MAITLAND W 1944 1 0

MANNING Donald W 1958 3 1

MANNING Robert A 1959-61 33 0

MANNING Peter J 1964-75 200 114

MANT Richard C. T 1943 13 10

MANTON Roderick 2010-11 4 1


MARKWELL Derek G 1991 1 0

MARLOW Rodney D 1978 1 0

MARRIOTT Charlie 1945 1 0

MARRS Mervyn 1952, 56 6 1

MARSHALL Kenneth W 1983-85 36 73

MARTIN Cedric J 1949-50 27 19

MARTIN Gary V 1980 5 1

MARTIN Michael 1994-95 3 0

MARTIN Neil 2009 8 0

MATSON Adam C 1997-98 16 9


MAUND Don 1954 7 2

MAY Peter J 1969 2 1

MAYNARD Rupert C 1939-41,45-46 87 30

MAYNARD Colin G 1955-58,61-66 159 56

McAULIFFE Haydn W 1976 1 0

McCAGH Duane A 2004-07 9 2

McCOLL John D 1970 3 0

McDONALD Donald 1940 4 2

McDONALD Richard A (Dick)1940 1 0

McDONALD Cedric A 1945 1 0

McDONALD Terence M 1970 5 10

McDONALD Gary W 1971-78,81 120 79

McDONALD Dean T 1999-01,05-07 35 9

McGLEW Eric W 1940-41 8 1

McGREGOR Robert J 2004 1 0

McGUIRE Gavin F 1986 1 0

McGUIRE Liam A 2006-07, 09 19 5

McINNERNEY Keith R 1934-38 92 39

McKENZIE Roger W 1957 1 0

McKINLAY David 2004-09 72 41

McKINLAY Michael 2007-09 21 10

McMAHON Sidney R 1936-37 7 1

McMURRAY Geoffrey P 1964-68 80 25

McNAMARA Jim 1936 7 4

McPHERSON Laurence H 1967-71 71 23

McQUEEN Mark P 1999 9 0

McRAE William G 1934 3 0

McSHERRY Kevin W 1971 1 0

McVEE Robin J 1962-69 122 99

MEADOWS Bradley S 1985-87 16 1

MELROSE Graham T 1980-83 74 90

MELROSE Glenn S 2000 16 6

MENEGOLA Todd C 1989-90,94-95 66 62

MENEGOLA Jai 2010 3 1

MERCER George C 1937, 39 3 0

MICHAEL Kim 1970-74 54 51

MILANKO Louis 1966-75 131 50

MILANKO Luke 1996-97,2001 20 5

MILDENHALL Colin R 1945 21 9

MILES Luke J 2006-07, 11 42 10

MILLER Greg J 1971-72 6 1

MILLS Andrew D 1971 4 2

MILLS Nigel P 1972 6 2

MILLWOOD Robert W(Buck)1934 20 1

MITCHELL James (Jim) 1958-61 37 21

MOFFATT John F 1959-60 18 19

MOHR Alan R 1971-74 40 0

MOILER Abe T (Tom) 1935,37-41 87 30

MOIR George 1941,45-46 51 0

MONTGOMERIE Phillip L 1983 1 0

MONTGOMERY William A 1952 4 0

MONTGOMERY Alan K 1952-53 16 7

MOORE Bradley 1998-99 23 2

MORGAN A 1939 1 0

MORGAN David A 1994-97 54 18

MORGAN Jason B 1995-99 64 13

MORISON John 2000-04 37 4

MORRISON Chad G 2003-04, 07 14 14

MORTON Doug 1941 3 2

MORTON Allen 46-47,49-51,53-55 63 14

MORTON John 1948-51 62 5

MORTON Timothy A 1999,2001-02 16 2

MOSE William E 1934, 39-41 14 0

MOSE John B 1956-57 5 3

MOSES Edward J 1967-68 7 0

MOSEY Frederick (Lal) 1934-41 157 14

MOSS Simon A 1988-90 9 5

MOUNTAIN Patrick W 1947-48, 50-53 71 3

MOUNTAIN Joseph 1950 4 4

MOUNTAIN Paul W 1970-73 24 17


MOUNTFORD Robin J 1982 1 0

MULLOOLY Thomas C 1971-86 246 117

MUNRO Kane 2002-04 47 20

MURRAY John F 1935-40,45-49 170 37

MURRAY James K 1941 13 1

MURRAY Arthur G 1954 1 0

MURRAY Alby 1957 5 0

MURRAY Gregory J 1974-75 3 0

MUSTARD John W 1974 5 6

NAITANUI Nicholas 2008-09 23 16

NANI Jamie P 1995 5 5

NANKERVILLE Daniel 2006-08 16 2

NARKLE Keith P 1971-1985 254 162

NARKLE Phillip M 1978-83, 87-93 178 178

NARKLE Nathan 2000-02 15 2

NASH Steven D 1999-01 10 1

NEESHAM Gerard J 1979-84 97 93

NEILL Ryan C 1997 1 0

NENER Todd 1998 8 7

NESBIT Anthony D 1958-70 233 158

NETHERWAY Kevin D. E 1954, 1956 19 8

NETHERWAY Trevor Noel 1965-69 42 13

NETHERWAY Brett R 1993 3 0

NEWBY Darren J. 1993-94 15 6

NEWMAN Murray 2011 8 4

NICHOLLS Aaron 2007 7 1

NOBLE Craig J 1959, 61-64 57 38

NOBLE Michael 1986 2 0

NOTTE Tony 2008-11 75 95

NOWOTNY Stanley R 1969-83 278 100

NUICH Peter J 1983-84 4 3

O’BRIEN John 1948 4 0

O’BRIEN Michael P 1976-77 4 7

O’BRIEN Steve 1997-98 12 9

O’CONNELL James 1941 1 1

O’CONNELL James R 1949-54, 56 102 66

O’DONOHUE Jamie 1987-88 7 7

O’DRISCOLL Francis D 1959 1 0

O’KEEFE Phillip 1935 3 0

O’NEIL James M 1939 3 0

O’NEIL Lawrence W. J 1940 3 0

O’NEIL Melville J 1943-44 19 3

O’NEIL Arthur R 1951 10 4

O’NEIL John A 1962,64-72 114 10

O’NEIL Joseph K. F 1967 1 0

O’NEILL Rod 1989-98 135 33

O’REILLY Laurence S 1948 5 0

O’REILLY Stephen 1990-92 41 17

O’REILLY Daniel 2008 3 0

O’ROURKE Glenn W 1979 16 0

O’ROURKE Dennis C 1982 1 0

OAKLEY George T 1939-41,45 48 12

OGG David R 86,88-90,92-94 91 111

OLD Peter W 1987-88 41 50

OLSEN Mark C 1975-79 69 268

OTWAY Wayne J 2000-04 64 24

OUTRIDGE Garry B 1959 1 0

OUTRIDGE Gavin R 1982-85 44 15

OUTRIDGE Matthew 2010-11 15 0

PADBURY Walter W 1943 9 3

PAGE Brian J 1960-62 18 0

PAPALIA Frank 1955 5 1

PAPALIA Pasquale 1987-88 4 0

PARK John 1934-39 87 112

PARKER Ross A 1975-79 64 65

PARKER Brendon J. M 1993-96 37 25

PARNHAM Edward T. M 1934 8 0

PARRY Simon L 2009, 2011 20 4

PARTINGTON Andrew 1987-89 21 9

PASSERI Geoffrey P 1987-95 166 82

PASSMORE Leslie J 1947-48 12 0

PATTERSON James (Jim) 1943 20 1

PATTERSON William J 1944 10 1

PATTON Clarence R 1951-58 119 49

PAULSEN Daniel C 2004 1 0

PAVLOVICH Mick 1951 2 0

PAYNE Ronald L 1953-60 81 89

PEACH Edward G 1951-52 24 12

PEARCE Joseph 1939,41,48-51 90 29

PEARCE Ronald A 1943, 45 28 3

PEARCE Francis W 1946-49 32 15

PEARCE Jesse Z 2004-07 28 17

PEARCE Clancee D 2008-11 42 16

PEARTON Bradley N 1978 1 0

PEEL Chris 1992-2000 148 118

PELL Michael P 2001 2 1

PENBERTHY Jack T 1934-37 77 38

PENDLEBURY Bruce A 1967 3 1

PENDLETON Steven A 1996-97 28 9

PENGILLY Laurie 1944 1 1

PENNY Daniel R 1985-92 124 42

PENSE Robert J 1960 1 0

PENSE Kenneth R 1974 2 1

PERHAM Albert C 1934 4 0

PIANI Mark A 1997-02,04-07 137 81

PIGGOTT Benjamin 1999-2002 24 12

PIKE Clinton J 1982 1 2

PITSIKAS Anthony 1941 1 0

PITSIKAS John 1945 7 1

PITT Justin R 1997-2004 79 16

PLATTS Danny M 1982-83 3 0

POLLOCK David 1991 1 0

POPE Colin 1960 3 0

PORTER Britton (Bluey) 1943,46 36 61

POTENTE Steven J 2009, 11 24 14

POWELL Luke 2007 7 1

PRATER Ross H 1977,79-80 8 0

PRATT Luke E 2008-10 39 1

PRENDERGAST Mark W 1995-97 10 2

PRUYN Andrew J 2002,05-06 8 0

PULLMAN Joshua A. W 2008-10 23 31

PURSLOWE Brian J 1951 1 0

QUINLIVAN Mark 1988 4 2

RADIACH Tony 1943-44,46-51 128 70

RADICI Adam J 2002, 04 9 1

RAKICH Geoffrey 1949-1956 95 26

RAKICH Joe 1951 15 0

RAKICH Stephen M 1951 4 5

RAKICH Vlada 1963-66 51 29

RANCE Murray D 1981-85,90-92 140 25

RANCE Alex 2007 1 0

RANDALL Albert L 1935-40 93 25

RANGER Desmond J 1971 1 0

RASHBROOK David 1943 1 0

RAYNOR Colin J 1962 5 1

READ Jack 1962 8 0

REED Noel W 1970 18 21

REEKIE Craig 1997 2 1

REID Robin H 1957, 59 11 0

REID Vince R 1978-79 7 1

REILLY Jack W 1934-35 15 0

RENFREE Shane J 1984-89 61 29

RETZLAFF Brendan L 1989-91,93-97 120 33

RICHARDS Albert T 1934 1 1

RICHARDS Kevin F 1956 2 0

RICHARDS Guy 2008 10 0

RICHARDSON Michael J 1978-82, 91-93 144 220

RICHARDSON Stephen N 1984-86,89,93 92 38

RICHARDSON Paul 04-05,08,10-11 43 4

RICHMOND Raymond J 1941 9 4

RICHMOND Daniel R 2001-06 66 21

RIDLEY Peter F 1955, 58, 60 15 0

RIDLEY John K 1964 1 0

RIGGIO Matt V 2010-11 38 7

RILEY Ron 1943-44,46 23 0

RINTOUL Chris 2011 3 0

RITCHIE Robert O 1943-44, 46 15 19

ROACH Tom 2011-11 42 16

ROBARTSON William (Bill) 1943-44 20 3

ROBERTS Arthur 1940 6 2

ROBERTS Les 1940 1 0

ROBERTS Stanley H 1943-44,46-47 38 11

ROBERTS James O 1944 11 1

ROBERTS Christopher L 1967 1 1

ROBERTS Joshua 2002-11 156 76

ROBINSON Bruce W 1974 1 0

ROBINSON Scott 1986 10 2

ROBINSON Jarrod S 2007 11 11

ROBINSON Brett 2008-11 62 60

ROGERS Vincent J 1960 10 0

ROONEY Noel 1948 18 1

ROSE John 1944 3 0


Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals

ROSE John L. C 1972-76 29 23

ROSE Bevan C 1975-76 21 34

ROSEWARNE Clement F 37,39-41,46-47 82 142

ROSS Harold S 1937 5 1

ROSS Adam 1996-2001 40 10

ROWE Kevan J 1960 5 0

ROWE Kevin D 1976 11 2

ROWLANDS Rhys 2007-08 20 9

RUNDLE Kevin 1997-98 9 3

RUSSELL Stanley E R 1943 1 0

RYDER Joshua 1999 1 0

SADLER Bob 1954-58 66 20

SADOWSKI Shane 1998 4 6

SANDERSON Sean K 2000 1 0

SANFORD Trevor 1964-66 21 0

SANGALLI Anthony L 1959-64 72 15

SARA Joe 1993-94 13 7

SARICH Eric 1962-64 39 47

SARTORI Jeffery D 1973-78 62 78

SARTORI Peter D 1981-86 82 119

SCANLON Timothy 1988 1 0

SCARFONE Frank A 1974-75 6 0

SCARFONE Michael J 1995 10 2

SCHEER Murray J 1982-83 5 3

SCOTT Ronald C 1944 1 0

SCOTT Donald R 1956-57 40 30

SEAL Jack N 1948-49 3 0

SEEBECK John C 1936 1 1

SHALLOW Michael 1975 3 4

SHEA Will 2011 3 3

SHERIDAN Adam 1995 5 4

SHINE Bradley J 1980-84,89-90 111 85

SHINE Nathan B 2005-06,08 6 1

SIBSON Colin J 1988 5 1

SIDEBOTTOM Walter A 1952-58 100 61

SIDEBOTTOM David N 1961-69 129 38

SIDEBOTTOM Garry T 1973-77,85-87 114 227

SIDEBOTTOM Walter J 1974,77 12 14

SIDEBOTTOM Allan N 1977-83,88 98 77

SIDEBOTTOM Michael D 1991-94 54 20

SILVESTER Jack T 1941 1 0

SIMMONDS Warrick A 1982 1 0

SIMMS Milton 1957 10 1

SIMMS Gregory W 1985 10 5

SIMPSON Justin J 2006-11 78 87

SINCLAIR Sydney S 1934-40,45 128 52

SINCLAIR Peter 1976-77 19 1

SKENDER Ronald J 1992-96 61 28

SKULLEY Stephen C 1973-77 65 51

SKWIROWSKI William (Bill) 1975-88 207 31

SLATER Albert E 1939 1 0

SLATER Keith N 55-58,60-63,67 166 201

SLATER Drew J 2003 19 16

SMITH J 1935 4 2

SMITH W 1936 3 0

SMITH Arthur O 1941,45-46 5 0

SMITH E 1944 4 1

SMITH Neville 1953 7 0

SMITH John 1955 1 0

SMITH Frank 1960 5 1

SMITH Graham D 1962-65 15 2

SMITH Neville F 1967 2 2

SMITH Leonard 1967-68,70-71 38 0

SMITH Michael J 1978-81,83,87 78 74

SMITH Albert E 1982-85 23 26

SMITH Michael 82,84-85,89-90 22 15

SMITH Nathan D 1995-2000 102 62

SMITH Nathan B 2000 3 0

SMITH Chris 2007-08 27 6

SNOOKE Kerry D 1968 6 0

SNOW David 1996-99,2004 82 63

SOLIN Anthony 1980-85,88 119 27

SPAANDERMAN Llane 2008-11 66 30

SPARROW Francis V 1953-55 51 15

SPENCER Matthew A 2008-10 45 8

STANLEY Sean 1991,93 7 2

STANNAGE Charles T 1964-67 54 45

STARKEY Sean A 2007 5 3

STEVEN Troy 2002 1 0

STEVENS Stuart 1987-88 23 9

STEVENS Matthew R 1988,90-91,93 25 8

STEWART Ronald B 1951-55 61 0

STEWART Noel D 1951-53 12 11

STEWART Douglas M 1967-68 19 1

STOCKDEN Barry J 1969-73,77 60 55

STOCKDEN Paul G 2002-04 28 5

STONE Jeffrey F 1982-83 3 1

STONE Brad 1992 1 0

STREMPEL Shane R 1990, 92, 94 40 84

SUMMERTON William (Bill) 1943, 45-48 57 74

SUTTON Darryl L 1981 17 5

SWEET Ronald A 1936 12 6

SWEETAPPLE Frederick A 1934-41 127 137

SWITCH Richard 1939 1 0

SYKES Christopher J 1972 2 0

SYKES Ben 1996 11 9

SYMONDS Lloyd T 1938-39 17 12

SYMONDS Art 1941 1 0

TASKER David R 1971 2 0

TAYLOR Hugh C 1936-37 7 12

TAYLOR Neil H 1968-70 22 13

TAYLOR Kevin J 1985-86 32 76

TAYLOR Garth A 97-98,00, 05-08,10 108 69

TAYLOR Richard B 2002 9 9

TAYLOR Adam 2005 2 0

TEEDE Raymond E 1949 4 0

THOMAS Andrew 2006-07 18 1

THOMPSON David G 1954-55,57-63 83 1

THOMPSON Brian 1958-60 9 1

THOMPSON Brett 2003 7 0

THORNE Thomas W 1978-79 14 21

THORNE Kernut 1988 1 0

THORNTON Arthur M 1934 7 2

THORNTON Gavin R 1986-87 37 34

TIDY Grahame J 1957-60 37 39

TIGCHELAAR Andrew 1986-88 22 2

TILL Raymond G 1945-52 121 26

TILL John P 1945 2 2

TODD Andrew 1939-40,45 19 12

TOMLINSON Scott R 2005-06 10 2

TOWNSEND Edgar J 1940 3 0

TRAYLEN Hubert P 1943 1 0

TREW Kimberley J 1981 11 5

TRIFUNOVIC Milan 1970-1974 47 14

TULLEY Dane K 2001-02 18 13

TURICH Nicholas G 1963 5 0

TURKICH Norman 1950 15 12

TURNBULL John R 1960-1971 206 129

TURNER Ronald J 1972 1 0

TURNER Craig I 1988 4 1

TWOMEY Wayde L 2008-10 60 20

UGLE Troy 1987-94,96-99 162 312

URBANI Mark D 1998 2 0

URBAS Mark 2001 5 0

VAN GRONINGEN Brett 2010-11 19 5

VASOLI Paul J 1986 5 4

VIDULICH Harry B 1964-65 13 0

VIGAR Raymond L 1940-41,43-46 11 0

VISKOVICH Max D 1968-69 10 7

VLAHOV Christopher 98 00-02,04-05 75 11

WAGHORN Charles K 1954-55 6 0

WALKER William H. J 1961-76 305 461

WALKER Gregory W 1986-94,96-98 139 136

WALKER Kingsley J 1998-2002 85 26

WALLIS Lennard G 1956 1 0

WALMSLEY West 1964-66 6 0

WALTERS Stewart J 2002 7 0

WALTERS Michael 2008-11 37 36

WANSBROUGH Kenneth E 1951 5 0

WARD Geoff 1962-63 6 1

WARD Terrence J 1968 5 2

WARE Peter J 1982-90 131 32

WASLEY Jeremy C 1996-97 36 8

WATERHOUSE Clive R 1996-98 21 38

WATERS Glenn J 2000-05 62 38

WATKINS Allan C 1947-48 22 10

WATKINS Robert H 1970 1 0

WATT Ronald C 1943, 1946 10 8

WATT Keith 1961-1964 72 56

WEBB Robert J 1967-1971 28 6

WEBB Peter D 1976-1977 4 0

WEBSTER Harvey 1945 7 5



Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals Surname Given names Career Span Games Goals

WEDDING Ashley J 2007 6 14

WELLS K 1941 2 0

WERNDLEY Barry E 1959 2 0

WERNER Paul G 1983 14 41

WEST Colin R 1975-77 33 27

WESTON Alfred James 1940 4 0

WHITE Harry 1938-39 13 15

WHITE Alan R 1969-70 15 16

WICKS William 1939-41 40 45

WILKIN Ryan C 1998 2 2

WILLIAMS Jack (Kanga) 1939-41,45 48 7

WILLIAMS Ian J 1979-81,86 55 116

WILLIAMS Darren J 1986-87,89 24 57

WILLIAMS Ashley L 1999 3 0


AHMAT, Joe 1984

AMES, Tallan 2010

ASHWORTH, Max 1961

BAGLEY, Ken 1961, 62, 63

BAKER, Leon 1982, 83

BELL, Ken 1990

BOUCHER, Ron 1982, 83

BRENTON, Leigh 1983

BROWN, Wally 1961, 62

BUNTON, Haydn jnr 1961, 62, 63

CASSERLY, Travis 2010

CASTLEDINE, Fred 1961, 62, 63

CATON, Kevin 1984

COLREAVY, Ben 2010

CONIGLIO, Stephen 2010

COOPER, Ken 1962, 63

COPEMAN, Frank 1962, 63

CRANSBERG, Alan 1982, 83

DAVEY, Shaun 1990

DAVIDSON, Jeff 1982

DAVIS, Ryan 2010

DEVITT, Graham 1962, 63

DOWNEY, Peter 1963

DRENNAN, Maurie 1962

EATON, Stephen 1990


FOGARTY, Jon 1982, 83, 84

FULLGRABE, Henry 1962

GANDINI, Len 1990

GEAPPEN, Tim 2010

GORMAN, Eric 1962, 63

GOW, Paul 1990

GRASSO, Mick 1990

GRAY, Brian 1961, 62, 63

WILLIAMS John 2011 13 4

WILSON Eric 1964, 68 19 8

WILSON Frank C 1982,86 13 3

WILSON Wayne 1999 4 1

WILSON Alan 2006 7 11

WINFIELD Garry F 1972-73 22 19

WINNING James C 1955-57 34 34

WINTERTON Gary S 1982 1 0

WOLFENDEN Brett J 2008-11 77 50

WOLOSZEK Edward 1968-70 20 9

WOOD Steven 2005-06 11 4

WOODHAMS William E 1972-73 9 5

WOOLCOCK Frederick A. J 1934 1 0

WRIGHT Alan B 1967 4 2

HANSEN, Ashley 2010


HINKLEY, Clayton 2010

HODYL, Peter 1990

HOLMES, Andy 1990

HOLMES, Don 1982,83,84,90

HUTTON, Brent 1984, 90

JETTA, Graham 2010

JOHNS, Mick 1984

JOHNSON, Lindsay 1961

KELLEHER, Max 1961

KENNY, Peter 1982, 83

KIMBERLEY, Barry 1983, 84

KRAKOUER, Andrew 2010

LANGSFORD, Don 1982,83,84,90

LAWSON, Joe 1961, 62, 63

LITTERICK, Cyril 1961, 62, 63

MACK, John 1961

MARSHALL, Ken 1984

MAYNARD, Colin 1961, 62, 63

McVEE, Robin 1963

MELROSE, Graham 1982

MENEGOLA, Todd 1990

MULLOOLY, Tom 1982, 84

NARKLE, Keith 1982, 83, 84

NARKLE, Phil 1982, 83, 90

NEESHAM, Gerard 1983, 84

NESBIT, Tony 1961, 62, 63

NOBLE, Craig 1961, 62, 63

NOWOTNY, Stan 1982, 83

OGG, David 1990

OUTRIDGE, Gavin 1984

PASSERI, Geoff 1990

PEARCE, Clancee 2010

WULF Daniel W 2005-08 47 69

WUNDKE Michael R 1961 10 20

WYATT Frederick T. J 1938 1 0

YARRAN Chris 2008 13 39

YEO William L 1944 5 1

YOUNG Michael 1994-95 14 3

YUKICH Graeme M 1982 1 0

YURISCH Jim 1945-46 5 0

ZANI Vincent R 1948-50 54 64

ZEKULICH Michael J 1956 2 0

ZILKO John 1934 13 0

ZILKO Andrew 1934-40 111 0

ZILKO Graham A 1955,58-61 45 15

ZORICH Marcus 1988 1 0

PENNY, Danny 1990

RANCE, Murray 1982, 83, 84

RENFREE, Shane 1984

RETZLAFF, Brendon 1990



RICHARDSON, Steve 1984

RIGGIO, Matt 2010

ROACH, Tom 2010

ROBERTS, Josh 2010

ROBINSON, Brett 2010

SANGALLI, Tony 1961

SARTORI, Peter 1983, 84

SHINE, Brad 1982, 83, 84



SIMPSON, Justin 2010

SKWIROWSKI, Bill 1982, 83, 84

SLATER, Keith 1961, 62, 63

SMITH, Michael 1983

SOLIN, Tony 1982, 83, 84


SPENCER, Matt 2010

STREMPEL, Shane 1990

THOMPSON, Dave 1961

TURNBULL, John 1961, 62, 63

TWOMEY, Wayde 2010

WALKER, Bill 1961, 62, 63

WALKER, Greg 1990

WALTERS, Michael 2010

WARE, Peter 1983

WATT, Keith 1961, 62, 63

WOLFENDEN, Brett 2010



1934 RA McDonald JF Jenner LR Latham G Bee G Bee N Gorn (45)

1935 FC Lange JF Jenner J Reilly G Bee/G Margetich G Bee/R Grieve F Sweetapple (22)

1936 FC Lange J Mottram TH Neillsen B Chandler B Chandler T Holdsworth (71)

1937 RA McDonald JF Jenner TH Neillsen J Ditchburn J Ditchburn T Holdsworth (109)

1938 FC Lange JF Jenner TH Neillsen J Ditchburn J Ditchburn T Holdsworth (116)

1939 FC Lange RM Leethbridge TH Neillsen J Ditchburn J Ditchburn T Holdsworth (51)

1940 FC Lange RM Leethbridge AWH Lucas S Sinclair/C Rosewoarne S Sinclair/C Rosewoarne T Holdsworth (73)

1941 FC Lange/J Fitzpatrick RM Leethbridge/W Dobson AWH Lucas H Mosey H Mosey T Holdsworth (65)

1942 FC Lange W Dobson AWH Lucas Did not field side due to war

1943 EJ Reilly W Dobson JH Hollis R Maynard L Bowen B Porter (44)

1944 EJ Reilly W Dobson JH Hollis E Gundry J Davies J Cussack (91)

1945 EJ Reilly LG Lowry JH Hollis R Maynard R Maynard T Holdsworth (80)

1946 EJ Reilly LG Lowry JH Hollis L McComish C Rosewoarne G King (36)

1947 EJ Reilly LG Lowry JH Hollis L McComish C Rosewoarne/H Andrews G King (30)

1948 K Drake-Brockman LG Lowry JH Hollis W Kingsbury W Kingsbury R Latham (39)

1949 K Drake-Brockman LG Lowry JH Hollis W Kingsbury W Kingsbury R Latham (59)

1950 RA McDonald/RA Newby LG Lowry JH Hollis W Kingsbury V Zani V Zani (36)

1951 RA Newby AT Moiler JH Hollis W Kingsbury D Anderson R Hawke (29)

1952 RA Newby AT Moiler JH Hollis E Holdsworth D Anderson J O’Connell (39)

1953 RA Newby AT Moiler JH Hollis F Sparrow F Sparrow B Gray (40)

1954 RA Newby AT Moiler JH Hollis F Sparrow F Sparrow B Lowry (24)

1955 RA Newby AT Moiler JH Hollis F Sparrow F Sparrow M Clements (25)

1956 RA Newby AT Moiler JH Hollis D Scott D Scott B Lowry (46)

1957 R Retallack AT Moiler RJ Cooper D Scott/E Strauss D Scott/E Barker B Lowry (45)

1958 R Retallack AT Moiler RJ Cooper E Strauss E Barker C Edwards (40)

1959 R Retallack/AJ Calnon AT Moiler RJ Cooper P Johnson/B Gray P Johnson/J Lawson C Edwards (46)

1960 PJ Bright AT Moiler RJ Cooper/P Lynch C Doig B Gray H Fullgrabe (33)

1961 PJ Bright AT Moiler P Lynch H Bunton jnr H Bunton jnr W Walker (61)

1962 PJ Bright AT Moiler P Lynch H Bunton jnr H Bunton jnr E Gorman (93)

1963 PJ Bright AT Moiler P Lynch H Bunton jnr H Bunton jnr E Gorman (71)

1964 PJ Bright AT Moiler P Lynch H Bunton jnr H Bunton jnr E Gorman (67)

1965 PJ Bright AT Moiler P Lynch F Castledine F Castledine E Gorman (97)

1966 PJ Bright RJ Melbourne/RJ Cooper P Lynch F Castledine F Castledine E Gorman (68)

1967 PJ Bright RJ Cooper P Lynch F Castledine F Castledine E Gorman (73)

1968 SE Moses RJ Cooper P Lynch A Nesbit A Nesbit E Gorman (60)

1969 SE Moses RJ Cooper P Lynch W Walker W Walker M George (30)

1970 SE Moses/TA Cameron RJ Cooper P Lynch W Walker W Walker I Cooper (39)

1971 TA Cameron SE Moses P Lynch W Walker W Walker I Cooper (33)

1972 TA Cameron/AG Charleson SE Moses P Lynch J Ensor W Walker M Foxon (33)

1973 AG Charleson SE Moses P Lynch J Ensor W Walker M George (46)

1974 AG Charleson SE Moses P Lynch J Ensor W Walker M George (90)

1975 AG Charleson SE Moses P Lynch J Ensor W Walker B Close (43)

1976 RJ Cooper SE Moses P Lynch S Magee S Magee M Olsen (50)

1977 RJ Cooper SE Moses PJ Bright J Todd S Nowotny M Olsen (46)

1978 RJ Cooper SE Moses PJ Bright J Todd S Nowotny M Olsen (79)

1979 RJ Cooper SE Moses/PJ Brophy PJ Bright J Todd S Nowotny M Olsen (85)

1980 RJ Cooper PJ Brophy R Sergeant J Todd S Nowotny S Beasley (97)

1981 RJ Cooper PJ Brophy R Sergeant J Todd S Nowotny S Beasley (119)

1982 RJ Cooper PG Evans R Sergeant J Todd G Melrose M Richardson (75)

1983 WH Walker PG Evans R Sergeant J Todd G Melrose/K Narkle P Werner (41)

1984 WH Walker PG Evans R Sergeant J Todd K Narkle B Hutton (83)

1985 WH Walker PG Evans/BA Close R Sergeant/D Hewitt J Todd D Langsford G Sidebottom (78)

1986 WH Walker BA Close J Ride J Todd D Langsford D Holmes (36)

1987 WH Walker BA Close J Ride J Todd SB Hutton K Caton (47)

1988 WH Walker BA Close J Farris E Blackaby P Ware A Holmes (41)

1989 WH Walker BA Close J Farris E Blackaby B Shine A Holmes (56)

1990 WH Walker BA Close J Farris J Todd B Shine A Holmes (53)

1991 WH Walker BA Close J Farris J Todd P Hodyl K Caton (77)

1992 WH Walker BA Close J Farris J Todd P Narkle K Caton (51)

1993 WH Walker BA Close J Farris J Todd P Narkle S Cummings (85)

1994 WH Walker BA Close P Carter J Todd M Broadbridge D Ogg (45)

1995 WH Walker/RA Manning BA Close/A Abbott R Raynor/J Eley G Melrose S Kestel M Brown (26)

1996 RA Manning C Isaia/R Cox J Eley G Melrose S Kestel T Ugle (35)

1997 C Stannage R Cox PJ Snow P Cronan B Retzlaff T Ugle (76)

1998 C Stannage J Rose PJ Snow P Wilson T Ugle T Ugle (45)

1999 C Stannage J Rose PJ Snow/A Yukich P Wilson T Ugle C DeCorsey (38)

2000 L Putland/J Watterson J Rose/B Robertson A Yukich/K Rutherford J Todd T Edmonds/M Brown M Piani (25)

2001 J Watterson K Rutherford A Yukich J Todd T Edmonds C DeCorsey (20)

2002 J Watterson K Rutherford/S Ballem A Yukich J Todd J Cornelius A Hansen (19)

2003 J Watterson S Ballem A Yukich S Turner J Cornelius A Hansen (41)

2004 J Watterson S Ballem A Yukich S Turner J Cornelius C DeCorsey (31)

2005 J Watterson S Ballem A Yukich S Turner J Cornelius C Maguire (55)

2006 P Harvey S Ballem/B Parker A Yukich S Turner S Beros C Maguire (36)

2007 P Harvey P Taliangis A Yukich S Turner/C Lewis A Lange D Wulf (35)

2008 P Harvey P Taliangis A Yukich B Dawson A Lange C Yarran (31)

2009 P Harvey B Parker A Yukich B Dawson A Lange T Geappen (55)

2010 P Harvey B Parker B Dawson J Roberts T Geappen (71)

2011 P Harvey B Parker/A Doyle G Harding J Roberts T Geappen (51)



For 10 years service to the Swan Districts Football Club

Abbott, David 2004

Allen, Joyce 2007

Acott, Graham 1985

Aubrey, Len* 1968

Armstrong, Lindsay, 2010

Baynes, George* 1962

Bettridge, Brendan 1987

Blackaby, Ed 1989

Bond, George* 1985

Boyd, Jim 1976

Brnich, Tony * 1985

Brown, Syd* 1977

Brown, Wally 1962

Burns, William* 1977

Cameron, Tom* 1976

Campbell, Robert 1994

Chester, Daryl 1986

Cooper, Les 1980

Coote, Charles 2003

Cox, Greg 1994

Cox, Gary 2001

Davey, Harry 1988

Digby, Mrs Shirley 1999

Doig, Ian* 1975

Douglas, Bruce* 1988

Dougan, Jim 2004

Dowell, Mrs Marjorie 1989

Drinkwater, Alan 2002

Eaton, Joe* 1984

Etheridge, David 2000

Falkingham, Bob 1976

Franzinelli, Mrs Dawn* 1986

Greene, Rod 2010

Guest, Ken 1987

Hayes, Andrew 2001

Hewitt, David 2006

Higgins, Mrs June 1992

Holmes, David 2002

Holmes, Judy 2007

Hoy, Ron* 1993

Hunt, Albert* 1974

Hunter, Jim* 1986

Huntley, Peter* 1976

Hutchinson, Bob 2004

Jennings, Phil* 1976

Jones, Ian 2007

Kelly, Peter, 2009

Kenyon, Dave 1985

Kestel, Stewart 2001

Kiernan, Max 1982

Kynaston, Jenny 2007

Latham, Ralph 1976

Liddell, Charlie 1987

Lockyer, Allan 1994

Lorimer, Ron* 1991

Lovelock, Gary 1999

Mansom, Ken 1989

Martin, Ted 1999

McCabe, Jack* 1974

McCarthy, Paul 2005

McCue, John 1987

McDonald, Gary 2006

McKibbon, John 2002

Mills, Bill* 1986

Minchin, Gordon* 1970

Morris, William 1978

Morrison, Mrs Anna* 1974

Morton, Mrs Bernice 1985

Morton, Ernie* 1983

O’Brien, Don* 1987

O’Connell, Jim 2000

O’Connell, Robert 1962

O’Neil, John 1971

Pascoe, Ron 1986

Pervan, Mrs Marj 1999

Perry, Rod, 2010

Preedy, Agnes 2007

Raynor, Allan 1995

Reid, Ron 1993

Reynolds, Ray* 1992

Reynolds, Robert 1985

Ripp, Mrs Joy* 1974

Roseveare, Bill 1987

Scott, Pat 1967

Stannage, Tom 1982

Stemp, Mrs Fay 1997

Sutherland, Jim* 1970

Tassone, Carmel 2010

Taylor, Mrs Eva 1982

Taylor, Ross 1995

Templeman, Mrs L* 1985

Turner, Cedric 1981

Udy, Mrs Doreen 1985

Van den Avoort, Adrian 2001

Walker, Bronwyn 2007

Walker, Greg 1997

Warburton, Ray 1976

Warnock, Robin 1967

Wellstead, Maurice 1989

* Denotes Decease


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Bill Walker 1982

John Todd 1986

John Cooper 2000

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Robert Bryant* 1970

Bob Black^ 1977

Percy Bright* 1981

Ted Holdsworth* 1981

Ron Jose 1987

John Cooper 1993

Stan Moses 1994

* deceased

^ SWNFL Country Zone

2011 not a year to remember following the great success we

had last year, coach Greg Harding had to endure player loss from

2010 along with a string of season ending injuries to a number

of key players along with the disruption caused by the callous

life threatening attack on Luke Adams. Let’s hope that after the

numerous operations Luke has had he will be able to resume a

normal life.

So let’s look forward not backwards in season 2012


This lunch was combined with the Presidents pre-game lunch

held on the 16 th July, I would like to thank club President Peter

Harvey for making it possible; the lunch was well attended and

appreciated by all.


This year’s Worthy medalist was Tallan Ames; our cheque

was presented at the Swan Medal presentation due to the

Wicks, Charlie* 1934

Nielsen, Tom* 1935

McDonald, Richard* 1936

Kyle, Dr Eric* 1937

Lange, Fritz* 1938

Jenner, JF (Eric)* 1939

Byrne, Edward* 1940

Roberts, George* 1941

Buttsworth, Dr Ben* 1942

Mosey, Lal * 1942

Reilly, Ernie* 1943

Counsel, Wally* 1944

Holdsworth, Ted* 1945

Hollis, Jack* 1946

Murray, Jack* 1947

Hatton, Frank* 1948

Bryant, Robert* 1949

Innes, Mrs Norma* 1950

Lowry, Len* 1951

Jones, Norm* 1952

Carter, Charlie* 1953

Moiler, Tom 1954

Anderson, Duggan 1955

Bladen, Dr Bob* 1956

Barker, Tim 1957

Newby, Ron* 1958

Mountain, Pat* 1959

Moses, Stan 1960

Bright, Percy* 1961

Batten, John* 1962

Gray, Brian * 1963

Stephenson, Philip 1964

Lawson, Joe 1965

Lawrence, Ernie*+ 1965

Baty, Norm * 1966

Cooper, Mick * 1967

Jeffery, George*+ 1967

Beardman, Tom*+ 1968

Nesbit, Tony* 1968

Ripp, George * 1968

Cooper, John 1969

Ferris, Ray 1970

Bagley, Ken 1971

Lynch, Peter 1971

Maynard, Colin 1972

Turnbull, John 1972

Slater, Keith 1973

Morrison, Tony* 1974

Robbins, Albert* 1975

Manning, Peter 1976

Moses, Mrs Terry 1976

Hamilton, Robert* 1977

Walker, William 1977

Seman, Dr. Ron 1978

Sweetapple, Fred* 1978

Holloway, William 1979

Maynard, Graeme 1979

Carrick, Dennis 1980

Castledine, Fred 1980

Gorman, Eric 1980

Litterick, Cyril* 1980

Lowry, Robert 1980

Pauly, Jack * 1980

Gillespie, Steve 1981

Goddard, Don* 1981

Turner, Len* 1981

Armstrong, Lew* 1982

Bagley, Wally* 1982

Boucher, Ron 1983

Cocks, William* 1983

Mullooly, Tom 1983

Narkle, Keith 1983

Nowotny, Stan 1983

Rowlands, Tom* 1983

Jose, Ron 1984

Manning, Robert 1984

Sergeant, Rod 1984

Hickling, Jack * 1985

Johnston, Lindsay 1985

Langsford, Don 1985

McMahon, Ray* 1985

Payne, Ron* 1985

Skwirowski, Bill 1985

Roberts, Jim 1986

Sarich, Joe 1986

Taylor, Jim* 1986

cancellation of the Legends night.

Congratulations to Tallan lets hope you have another stellar

season in 2012.


2011 has not been kind on or off the field, during the year we

have lost some real stalwarts of the club, life members Norm

Davis, Ron Payne, Bill Cocks, also the wives of Jim Craig “Maree”

and Lance Bell “Rae” we extend our heart felt sympathy’s to

Beryl Davis, June Payne, Judy Cocks, Jim Craig and Lance Bell and

families on your sad losses

To my committee thanks for your support and in particular my

acting secretary Kathy Rowe also to Robin McVee & Picton Print

for the ongoing support with the printing of our Lifer’s Line.

See you all in 2012

John Rowe - President

Todd, John 1987

Bell, Lance 1988

Noonan, Wally* 1988

Craig, Jim 1989

Holmes, Donald 1989

Sidebottom, David 1989

McVee, Robin 1990

Spashett, Mrs Mabel * 1990

Hutton, Brent 1991

Jeffery, Vic 1991

Maynard, Rupe* 1991

Narkle, Phillip 1991

Hansen, Merv* 1992

Woods, Mrs Thetis 1992

Close, Brian 1993

Farris, John 1993

Miller, Dr Peter 1993

Thistleton, Steve 1993

Gosling, Alan * 1994

Lauder, Bruce 1994

Lynch, Mrs Jean 1994

Abbott, Alec * 1995

Bazzo, Steve 1995

McMahon, Mrs Joan * 1995

Passeri, Geoff 1995

Knighton, Kevin 1996

Mills, Mrs Kath 1996

Rumjantsev, Alan 1996

Rumjantsev, Mrs Ellen* 1996

Wedd, Ian * 1996

Johnston, John* 1996

Mahoney, Peter * 1997

Taylor, Wayne 1997

Gobby, Mrs Peg * 1997

Bunton, Haydn jnr 1998

Edmonds, Travis 1998

Foss, Ian 1998

Harcourt, Bob* 1998

Smith, Mrs Valma 1998

Stewart, Ian 1998

Davis, Norm* 1999

Hansen, Mrs Joan 1999

Ugle, Troy 1999


Williams, Ron 1999

Ball, Ken 2000

Beecroft, Bob 2000

Lovatt, David 2000

Rance, Murray 2000

Richardson, Michael 2000

Sidebottom, Garry 2000

Smith, Don 2000

Bassett, Neville 2001

Campbell, Mrs Maureen 2001

Rowe, John 2001

Hall, Terry 2002

Peel, Chris 2002

Cornelius, Joel 2003

Dawson, Mrs Edie 2003

Preedy, Ron* 2003

Tanner, Milton 2003

Hickling, Alan 2004

Rowe, Mrs Kathy 2004

Bowen, Les 2005

Watterston, Jim 2005

Beros, Shane 2006

Pearce, Joe 2006

Putland, Leith 2006

Willey, Brad 2006

Kestel, Wes 2007

Piani, Mark 2007

Stimaneich, Ljubo (George) 2007

Hutchinson, Bob 2008

Haley, Brian 2008

Yukich, Andy 2008

Byrne, Jim 2009

Holmes, Andrew 2009

Smith, Herb 2009

McKibben, John 2010

Digby, Shirley 2010

Allen, Joyce 2010

Roberts, Joshua 2011

Ames, Tallan 2011

+ Denotes Members Club

* Denotes Deceased



What can we say about season 2011, not a lot. Second on the

ladder and a Premiership in 2010 to second last on the ladder this

year; we went from chocolates to boiled lollies. To coach Greg

Harding lets hope fewer injuries and top recruitment will see us

re-emerge as a power once again. Congratulations to Tallan Ames

on winning the Swan medal, we wish you all the best for 2012.

2011 COMMitMEntS

Colts and Reserves trophy presented on a weekly basis $25 each

per game. Presidents Shield, Runner up to the Swan Medal;

Congratulations to both Tom Roach & Jarran Jacky $500 each.

R.A. Newbey shield for Rookie of the Year to Alex Howard $300.

Donation of the Percy Bright Memorial Shield won by Tim

Geappen. E J McManus Shield, Colts Fairest & Best, won by Corey

Gault, well done.


Morning teas were once again well supported by the parents

and friends of our colt’s boys as well as visiting parents of the

opposition. Thanks to our Ladies Mrs. Joan Hansen, Kathy Rowe,

Annette Keighran, Thetis Woods, Val Smith, Kath Mills and Shirley

Digby also to our Colts Mums who help during the season also to

Swan Districts Director, Leith Putland for addressing the parents

and keeping them informed throughout the season during the

halftime breaks.




Our annual colt’s dinner was held on the 11 th May & attended

by players, support staff & parents. Thanks to George Stamenich

we again had his cooking skills to the delight of all in attendance.

Guest speaker Jarrhan Jacky captivated and motivated the colts

and gave an insight to what was required should they aspire to

progress up to League or AFL levels.

Halftime League Fraternization

Once again the halftime fraternization was very successful,

thanks to Agnes Preedy who again supplied the catering for all

home games.

The liquid refreshment donors were John, Ross & the late Mick

Cooper, Peter Hall and the dream team; Ross Zadow, Norm Kirkup,

Ross Smith, Bob Lovelock & Laurie Robinson, Wayne Durnam,

Adam Durnam, Alan Hughes, Jordan Slater, Doug Jennings,

Barry Flyman, Steve Jennings also Nugget, Tilly & Mouse, Keith

Michaelson, Doug Stemp, Len Blackham, Ron Supanz, Ralph Hey

& George Van der Meulin, Steve Banfield & John Komorowski,

Ian Clarke and Peter Young from Accord Settlements, also Pat

Keighran for the AGM refreshments. We truly thank the above

for all their support.


This again proved popular as a Fund Raiser with 10 draws, to

retain your number for 2012 notify Bruce Lauder.


The post-game dinner was held at East Fremantle 21 st May with

27 people attending, thanks to Paul Gillams Bus Company for

supplying transport at short notice. The return dinner at Steel

Blue did not occur due to the game being played in the north



Approximately 80 plus people attended each of these. They were

pie and chips with the odd ale and cool drink consumed. A couple

of raffles and wheel spins proving fruitful for the recipients.

Thanks to Ralph Hey and Pat Keighran for prize donations.

Thanks to Mrs. Macs Pies for their donation and Rod Greene for

liquid refreshments for the Merv Hansen Lunch, Allan Jelleffe &

Phil Pitchers, for the Arthur Thornton Lunch. Members of the

past Swan Districts Football Club Darts Club, Peter Speedie, Steve

Banfield, John Rowe, Brendan Bettridge, Bert Vitler for other

liquid refreshments & also Oakover wines for their generous


Thanks to Peter Harvey and Rod Greene for speaking at these

gatherings, giving our members the up to date news of our club.


Bruce Lauder set up this team 3 years ago to assist with regular

club maintenance on the 2 nd Tuesday of the month.

Thanks to the following Graham Ashworth (Ashworth Office

Fittings) for the supply of chipboard when required

Also to the M.R. team Bruce Lauder, Jim Craig, John Holland, Keith

Michaelson, Marcel Weggelaar, Ken Ashworth, & John Rowe.

Apart from our usual sprucing up of the club; painting cleaning

and replacing and painting the timbers on a number of seats in

front of the members club etc. our major project was the removal

of carpet and its replacement in the sponsors lounge. This was

an arduous task for our aging workforce but never the less; we

managed to get it done.

Please contact Bruce if you would like to be part of the team, you

don’t need to be a tradesmen but it certainly would help.


The raffle again raised adequate funds during the season even

though we only had six in total, thanks to Don & Herb Smith for

heading this up and also to the raffle sellers. We will again use

this tactic next, so please help out.


It is sad to report the loss of a number of club stalwarts during the

year; Norm Davis, Ron Payne, Bill Cocks, Ray Till also the wives of

Jim Craig “Maree”, Lance Bell “Rae” and Keith Farrell “Norma”

we will certainly miss them all. We extend our deepest sympathy

their respective families on the sad loss of their loved ones.

In closing I would like to thank my committee for the ongoing

support over the past 15 years as President, it has been most

gratifying to have worked alongside a great bunch of loyal and

dedicated members of the Swan Districts Football Club.

The Swans Past Players Facility is the envy of all the W.A.F.L. Clubs

and something to be proud of. On or off the field We, I believe are

the leaders and with a bit of hard work will stay up front.

To Secretary Jim & Treasurer Bruce you made the job easy to carry

out and I wish my successor all the best for the future. It would

not be complete without a special thanks to the bar personal,

Jo Taylor along with George Stamenich and Lucy. Thanks also to

Brendan Parker (CEO) resigned, & Angela Doyle (Acting CEO) also

the Office Staff, Jim (Jimbo) Dougan, Jenny McBride and Rochelle

Parker for their cooperation over the past year.

John Rowe, President (retired)



The 2010 Annual General Meeting saw the re-election of Peter

Snow as President and with new appointments of Graeme

Ashworth (Vice President), Steve Bakes (Secretary) and Graeme

Higgins (Treasurer). Colin Trigg, Jason Abbott and Bob Hutchinson

did not seek re-election for those three positions. Continuing on

the Committee were Neville Bassett, Rod Greene and Roy Jewell

who were joined by Curly Marshall for the retiring Ian Thompson.


In the year to 31 October 2011, Swansmen Inc. made a direct

contribution of $30,000 to the Club and more than $15,000 in

indirect contributions. These included appliances by way of a

new hot water system and washing machine.


Leith and Carole Putland generously opened their exquisite

Wembley home for the Annual Planning Seminar which was well

attended and an ideal setting for the three hour business session

followed by a casual dinner with partners.

The Seminar also resulted in the formation of a joint Memorabilia

Sub-committee with the Past Players & Officials Association to

develop and implement a comprehensive plan to enhance and

expand the display of Club memorabilia over the next few years.

A quality schedule of dinner meeting guest speakers whose topics

were as diverse as their backgrounds was a feature of this year’s

program - most of whom were arranged by tireless (or should we

say TyrePlus) Rod Greene.



As a thank you to the Club’s on-field support staff, the Swansmen

hosted them and the player group with a burger night addressed

by the Club’s 2011 WAFL Hall of Fame inductee and triple Swan

Medallist, Duggan Anderson. The Swansmen are most grateful

to Club support staff Ken Ball and Lloyd Lockhart who arranged

and cooked the 200 burgers with the cost covered by a raffle of

seafood donated by Kim Rylands of Global Seafoods.

A second event for players and support staff was a panel show of

past premiership players from the early premiership eras of the

60’s, 80’s and 1990 - compered by Andy Holmes.


Our traditional investment in players continued this year with the

Swansmen securing Group 9 and a half interest in Group 15 with

a bargain bid made in conjunction with Ross McDonnell of Astute

Security. The latter group of many AFL and all other un-listed

players produced a tidy dividend that increased the pool of funds

for player awards.

The Swansmen again sponsored the Ted Holdsworth Goal Kicking

Award and maintained weekly player awards for all grades

in 2011, adding an extra $500 in Restaurant vouchers partly

subsidised by Mille Café.


Under Lounge Manager Roy Jewell with assistance from Curly

Marshall, Ron Dawson and Peter Bacon, the Lounge Bar showed

a commendable 21% bottom line increase.


The move of the Auction to post-season to avoid clashing with

other Club events was a detrimental factor and yielded a lower

result than hoped. However, the new format of reduced (25)

main auction lots, coupled with entertainment, made the

afternoon very enjoyable for those who attended. Special thanks

to all donors, MC Andy Holmes, Auctioneer Scott Willis from

Manheim-Fowles, Fuji Xerox Australia Pty Ltd (Jason Abbott) for

printing the catalogue, Lee Higgins and Sue Greene for logistical

support and Mike Elezovich for his brilliant Austin Powers

performance with his beautiful assistant Felicity.

However, the AFL Grand Final Raffle and inaugural Melbourne

Cup Raffle were successful and partly offset the lower Auction



When the late Alec Abbott introduced his son Dave to Swan

Districts it commenced a long and passionate involvement in the

affairs of the Black Ducks. Apart from serving on the Club Board,

Dave has had a long association with Swansmen – taking on many

roles that lacked nominees. Secretary (2000-2007), a reluctant

President in 2009 and, with son Jason and daughter Natasha,

Dave was a familiar figure behind the bar in the Swansmen

Lounge for several years and richly deserved life membership.


During the year we lost one of our members with the untimely

passing of Craig “Jimmy” Crotty at only 48. Jimmy was a fixture

with friend Richard Mann alongside the John Nicholls gate in

front of the Swansmen’s Lounge at home games and will be sadly



Thanks to all members, Club staff and Board members who

helped during the year. Particular thanks to Treasurer Graeme

Higgins on his diligent role and also to the rest of the Committee.

Congratulations to Joyce Allen on her efforts that raised more

than $5,000 for MND in WA through the Chevron City to Surf Fun

Run. It was pleasing that many Swansmen and guest speaker

Lindsey Smith were able to help this wonderful behind the scenes

worker for both Swansmen and the Football Club.

peter J. Snow, president


Above: Bob Hutchinson (right) presents Dave Abbott with his Life Member Badge

Above: Premiership Panelists:

Above: Panelists Joe Ahmat and John Cooper with host Andy Holmes Below: May Dinner



Independent Auditor Report

to the members of



We have audited the accompanying financial report, being a

special purpose financial report, of Swan Districts Football Club

(Inc.), which comprises the statement of financial position as

at 31 October 2011, and the statement of income, for the year

then ended, a summary of significant accounting policies, other

explanatory notes and the committee’s declaration.



The Committee of the club are responsible for the preparation

and fair presentation of the financial report and have determined

that the accounting policies described in Note 1 to the financial

statements which form part of the financial report are appropriate

to meet the financial reporting requirements of the constitution

and are appropriate to meet the needs of the members. The

committee’s responsibility also includes establishing and

maintaining internal control relevant to the preparation and fair

presentation of the financial report that is free from material

misstatement, whether due to fraud or error; selecting and

applying appropriate accounting policies; and making accounting

estimates that are reasonable in the circumstances.


Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report

based on our audit. No opinion is expressed as to whether the

accounting policies used, as described in Note 1, are appropriate

to meet the needs of the members. We conducted our audit

in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. These

Auditing Standards require that we comply with relevant ethical

requirements relating to audit engagements and plan and

perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether the

financial report is free from material misstatement.

An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit

evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial

report. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s

judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material

misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or

error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers

internal control relevant to the association’s preparation and

fair presentation of the financial report in order to design audit

procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not

for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness

of the association’s internal control. An audit also includes

evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used

and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the

committee, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the

financial report.


The financial report has been prepared for distribution to

members for the purpose of fulfilling the committee’s financial


under the constitution. We disclaim any assumption of

responsibility for any reliance on this report or on the financial

report to which it relates to any person other than the members,

or for any purpose other that that for which it was prepared.

We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient

and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion.


In conducting our audit, we have complied with the independence

requirements of Australian professional accounting bodies.


The Club, in common with other similar organisations, only

records amounts received relating to voluntary activities when

these amounts are banked as it is not practical to establish control

over such income, prior to its initial entry in the accounting

records. Our audit relating to such income was therefore limited

to ensuring that the amounts banked are properly recorded in

the financial

statements. Accordingly, we do not express an opinion on

whether all receipts have been banked and we cannot determine

the effects of such adjustments, if any, as might have been

required had this limitation not existed.


In our opinion, except for the effects, if any, of the matter referred

to above, the financial report gives a true and fair view of the

financial position of Swan Districts Football Club (Inc.) as of 31

October 2010 and of its financial performance for the year then

ended in accordance with the accounting policies described in

Note 1 to the financial statements.

Ray Woolley Pty Ltd

Ray Woolley

Registered Auditor No 16396

19 Bayport Circuit


WA 6030

17 December 2011





YeAR eNDeD 31 oCToBeR 2011 Note 2011 2010

$ $


Bar & Functions Sales 300,521 332,190

Merchandise Sales 79,312 107,346

Canteen Sales 60,373 77,264

-------------- --------------

Total Sales 440,206 516,800

Less: Cost of goods sold

Bar & Functions (148,244) (163,190)

Merchandise (50,349) (65,906)

Canteen (34,772) (36,060)

-------------- --------------

Gross Profit 206,841 251,643

Income from Venue Hire 20,447 18,589

Other income 6,347 1,201

Superannuation contributions (6,979) (5,654)

Operating expenditure 9 (219,877) (182,071)

-------------- --------------

Profit on Bar & Other Trading 6,778 83,708

-------------- --------------




inCOME StAtEMEnt (continued)

YeAR eNDeD 31 oCToBeR 2011 Note 2011 2010

$ $


Fundraising income 49,095 145,419

Sponsorship income 1,056,161 932,711

Membership income 81,369 62,885

Fundraising expenses (13,511) (45,431)

Sponsorship expenses (190,036) (196,165)

Membership expenses (66,219) (55,482)

-------------- --------------

Profit on Marketing & Membership 916,858 843,936

-------------- --------------


Player transfer fees received 115,909 77,000

Gate receipts (net) 83,850 145,808

Finals Match Payment Subsidy - 24,000

Womens Team Fees 22,255 14,538

QLD Floods Sponsorship 41,000 -

Other income 18,403 44,495

Player transfer fees paid (43,000) (26,909)

Superannuation contributions (28,238) (22,696)

Operating expenditure 10 (1,109,019) (782,653)

-------------- --------------

Loss on Senior Football (898,841) (526,417)

-------------- -------------tALEnt


WAFC Grants 50,529 71,515

Other income 51,465 43,344

Operating expenditure 11 (321,063) (234,603)

-------------- --------------

Loss on Talent Development (219,069) (119,744)

-------------- --------------


Interest income 5,783 18,479

WAFC management & coaching grants 364,872 352,872

Profit on Sale of Asset 1,500 63,256

Other Income 11,130 35,786

-------------- --------------

383,286 470,393

Less: Bad and doubtful debts (345) (1,130)

Superannuation contributions (18,196) (18,779)

Operating expenditure 12 (471,292) (523,485)

-------------- --------------

Loss/Profit in General & Administration (106,547) (73,000)

-------------- --------------


Depreciation of club buildings (29,165) (26,151)

Depreciation of plant & equipment - Bar (13,176) (13,281)

Depreciation of plant & equipment - Football (3,372) (5,158)

Depreciation of plant & equipment - Administration (29,647) (17,820)

-------------- --------------

(75,360) (62,410)

-------------- --------------

NeT loSS FoR THe YeAR (376,182) 146,073

======== ========





AS AT 31 oCToBeR 2011


Note 2011 2010

$ $


Cash assets 4 170,966 513,866

Receivables 2 281,799 340,118

Inventories 3 17,057 20,062

Other Current assets -

-------------- --------------

469,822 874,046

-------------- --------------


Property, plant and equipment 5 1,415,062 956,187

Shares 10,500 500

-------------- --------------

1,425,562 956,687

-------------- --------------

ToTAl ASSeTS 1,895,384 1,830,733

-------------- --------------


Payables 6 459,178 460,475

Grants Received in Advance 7

Provisions 8 111,434 69,648

-------------- --------------

570,612 530,123

NoN CURReNT lIABIlITIeS -------------- --------------

HP BOQ Finance 134,482 816

-------------- --------------


NAB Home Loan-Aveley 270,511 -

NAB Home Loan-Lord St Bassendean 272,545 276,377

-------------- --------------

ToTAl lIABIlITIeS 1,248,150 807,316

-------------- --------------

NeT ASSeTS 647,234 1,023,416

======== ========


Accumulated Surplus at beginning of year 1,023,416 877,343

Net profit for the year (376,183) 146,073

-------------- --------------

Accumulated Surplus at end of year 647,233 1,023,416

======== ========





YeAR eNDeD 31 oCToBeR 2011


(a) Basis of Accounting

The financial report is a special purpose financial report prepared in order to satisfy the financial reporting requirements

of the Associations Incorporation Act of WA. The committee has determined that the club is not a reporting entity.

The financial report has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act of WA

and the following Australian Accounting Standards

AASB 1031 Materiality

AASB 110 Events after the Balance Sheet Date

AASB 117 Leases

AASB 119 Employee Benefits

No other applicable Accounting Standards, Australian Accounting Interpretations or other authoritative pronoucements

of the Australian Accounting Standards Board have been applied.

The financial report has been prepared on an accruals basis and is based on historic costs and does not take into account

changing values or, except where specifically stated, current valuations of non - current assets.

The following material accounting policies, which are consistent with the previous period unless otherwise stated, have

been adopted in the preparation of this financial report.

(b) Property, Plant and Equipment

Depreciation on Buildings and Club House Improvements is calculated on a prime cost basis so as to write off the net

cost of the fixed assets over its expected useful life of 25 years. It is anticipated that existing Buildings and Club House

Improvements will be fully written off by 31st October 2022.

Depreciation on Plant and Equipment is calculated on a diminishing value or prime cost basis so as to write off the net

cost of each fixed asset over its expected useful life.

(c) inventories

Inventories are valued at the lower of cost and net realisable value.

(d) leases

Leases are classified at their inception as either operating or finance leases based on the economic substance of the

agreement so as to reflect the risks and benefits incidental to ownership.

Operating leases

The minimum lease payments of operating leases, where the lessor effectively retains substantially all of the risks and

benefits of ownership of the leased item, are recognised as an expense on a straight line basis.

Finance leases

Leases which effectively transfer substantially all of the risks and benefits incidental to ownership of the leased item to

the club are capitalised at the present value of the minimum lease paymentsand disclosed as motor vehicles under lease.

A lease liability of equal value is also recognised.

Capitalised lease assets are depreciated over the shorter of the estimated useful life of the assets and the lease term.

Minimum lease payments are allocated between interest expense and reduction of the lease liability with the interest

expense calculated using the interest rate implicit in the lease and charged directly to profit and loss.

(e) Employee Entitlements

Provision is made for annual leave estimated to be payable to employees on the basis of statutory and contractual

requirements. Vested entitlements are classified as current liabilities. The contributions made to superannuation funds by

the Club are charged against profit.

(f) income tax

The Club is not subject to income tax and as such there is no provision for income tax payable





nOtES tO AnD FORMinG PARt OF tHE FinAnCiAL StAtEMEntS (continued)

YeAR eNDeD 31 oCToBeR 2011

NoTeS 2011 2010

$ $


Trade Debtors 185,231 280,271

-------------- --------------

185,231 280,271

-------------- --------------

Prepayments 11,417 2,565

Sundry Debtors 85,150 17,524

Grants Receivable 7 39,757

-------------- --------------

281,799 340,119

======== ========


Bar & Restaurant stocks - at cost 9,655 13,745

Swams stocks - at cost 835 518

Merchandise stocks - at cost 6,567 5,799

-------------- --------------

17,057 20,062

======== ========


Norm Thomas Memorial deposit (Bankwest Telenet Saver) 10,884 10,334

FA Sweetapple Memorial deposit (Bankwest Telenet Saver) 2,721 2,583

Bankwest Telenet Saver #1 1,729 1,641

Bank of QLD Websaver 102 394,094

Cheque Account 152,831 102,014

Cash on Hand 2,700 3,200

-------------- --------------

170,966 513,866

======== ========


Buildings - at 1997 independent sworn valuation 550,000 550,000

Building (Club House) Improvements - at cost 163,205 99,745

-------------- --------------

713,205 649,745

Less Accumulated depreciation (329,692) (300,527)

-------------- --------------

383,513 349,218

-------------- --------------

Plant, fixtures & fittings - at cost 867,851 756,516

Less Accumulated depreciation (632,143) (585,948)

-------------- --------------

235,708 170,568

-------------- --------------

House-23a Lord Street Bassendean 425,231 423,953

House & Land - Aveley 286,184 1,000

Less Accumulated depreciation

-------------- --------------

711,415 424,953

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nOtES tO AnD FORMinG PARt OF tHE FinAnCiAL StAtEMEntS (continued)

YeAR eNDeD 31 oCToBeR 2011

Notes 2011 2010

$ $

5 PROPERtY, PLAnt AnD EQUiPMEnt (continued)

Motor Vehicles at Cost 100,638 17,955

Less Accumulated depreciation (16,212) (6,507)

-------------- --------------

84,426 11,448

Richmond Mining Shares 10,500 500

Total property, plant and equipment

at written down value 1,425,562 956,687

======== ========


Trade creditors 377,495 302,519

Superannuation Deductions 15,262 39,374

GST Liabilities (net) 11,022 54,321

Sundry creditors 55,399 64,261

-------------- --------------

459,178 460,475

======== ========


During the year, the V Swans Academy Program, received $2,145,170 in funding of

which $2,145,170 was expended, leaving a balance of NIL carried forward to next year.


Employee entitlements 93,434 69,648

Accrued Match Payments 18,000

------------ ------------

Total Current Provisions 111,434 69,648

======= =======


Bar Expenses

Salaries 87,741 77,272

Cleaning 16,397 16,037

Light, Power & Gas 20,756 17,017

Repairs & Maintenance 9,666 14,088

Other 59,092 31,197

-------------- --------------

193,652 155,611

Merchandise Expenses 12,466 7,879

Canteen Expenses 13,759 18,581

-------------- --------------

219,876 182,070

======== ========




nOtES tO AnD FORMinG PARt OF tHE FinAnCiAL StAtEMEntS (continued)

YeAR eNDeD 31 oCToBeR 2011

Notes 2011 2010

$ $

10 SeNIoR FooTBAll opeRATINg eXpeNDITURe

Player Payments 197,723 205,838

Salaries 174,903 108,650

Coaching Salaries 117,904 84,031

Recruitment & Relocation 65,409 39,795

Security & Match Staff 28,165 36,058

Equipment, Uniforms & Footballs 68,981 50,344

Oval & Training Facilities Hire 15,343 20,403

Medical Supplies & Treatment 34,649 44,278

Match & Training Expenses 20,034 18,139

Womens Football Team Expenses 35,323 29,039

Other 350,586 146,078

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1,109,019 782,653

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Development Colts Expenses 197,236 84,778

Youth Expenses 123,827 149,825

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321,064 234,603

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Salaries 173,884 243,967

Accounting Fees 46,882 31,140

Telephone & Internet Costs 16,470 15,546

Insurance 33,277 27,865

Rates & Taxes 17,684 17,744

Repairs & Maintenance 5,710 4,316

Annual Leave Provisions 17,310 14,479

Printing & Stationery 19,820 20,020

Workers Compensation 9,315 8,394

Payroll Tax 38,611 44,205

Other 92,329 115,716

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471,292 543,392

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13 RelATeD pARTIeS

(a) The Directors of the Swan Districts Football Club (Inc) during the year were:

Peter Harvey, Leith Putland, Garry Symonds, Richard Mann,

Rod Greene, Kim Rutherford and Scott Cummings.


(b) During the year the Club carried on transactions at arms length with a company owned and run

by a director of the Club. Transactions amounted to less than $5,000 for the year and was necessary

for fundraising events held throughout the year where money was raised for the Club.



2012 Fixtures


Round 1 BYE

Round 2 Saturday, 24 March West Perth Arena Joondalup

Round 3 BYE

Round 4 Monday, 09 April South Fremantle Steel Blue Oval

Round 5 Saturday, 14 April Peel Thunder Steel Blue Oval

Round 6 Saturday, 21 April Claremont Claremont Oval

Round 7 Saturday, 28 April Perth Steel Blue Oval

Round 8 Saturday, 05 May East Perth Medibank Stadium

Round 9 Saturday, 12 May Subiaco Steel Blue Oval

Round 10 Saturday, 19 May East Fremantle East Fremantle Oval

Round 11 Sunday, 03 June Perth Brownes Stadium

Round 12 Saturday, 09 June South Fremantle Steel Blue Oval

Round 13 Saturday, 16 June Peel Thunder Bendigo Bank Stadium

Round 14 Saturday, 23 June East Perth Steel Blue Oval

Round 15 Saturday, 30 June West Perth Steel Blue Oval

Round 16 Saturday, 07 July Claremont Claremont Oval

Round 17 BYE

Round 18 Saturday, 21 July East Fremantle Steel Blue Oval

Round 19 Saturday, 28 July Subiaco Medibank Stadium

Round 20 Saturday, 04 August Peel Thunder Steel Blue Oval

Round 21 BYE

Round 22 Friday, 17 August South Fremantle Fremantle Oval

Round 23 Saturday, 25 August Claremont Steel Blue Oval

Round 24 Saturday, 01 September Perth Brownes Stadium


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