WAWFL League to become OPTUS WAFLW in 2019

Saturday, February 2, 2019 - 9:45 PM

A new West Australian Football League Women’s (WAFLW) competition will kick off in 2019, with five teams to compete in the inaugural Optus WAFLW Premiership Season.

East Fremantle, Claremont, Peel Thunder, Subiaco and Swan Districts will each field a WAFLW team in 2019, with South Fremantle receiving a provisional license for 2020.

West Australian Football Commission CEO Gavin Taylor said the WAFLW competition was an exciting step forward for football in WA that would complete Read More [+]

Three members appointed at AGM

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 - 10:47 AM

Two existing members, and one new member have been elected to the Mundella West Australian Women's Football League Board during the 2018 Annual General Meeting held at the Subiaco Football Club on November 13.

Existing Treasurer Danielle Fagents was elected back to her financial role, entering a new three year term from 2018 - 2021.

Joining Danielle in a three year term is returning member Sarah Campbell, who will take on the administration role until 2021.

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Swans Announce Women's League Coach

Monday, November 12, 2018 - 1:49 PM

Article: Swan Districts Football Club

Swan Districts Football Club has appointed All Australian and Fremantle Docker’s AFLW captain, Kara Donnellan as its new women’s football League coach.

From leading her team onto the Optus stadium turf to play Collingwood in front of a record-breaking crowd for women’s football of almost 42,000 fans in February, to her April engagement to fellow athlete, Ebony Antonio, Donnellan has had a phenomenal year by anyone’s standard. Read More [+]

Swan Districts seek Reserves and Rogers' Coaches

Monday, November 12, 2018 - 1:42 PM

Swan Districts Football are seeking applicants for the following positions in their Women’s Football Program for season 2019:

  • Reserves Coach
  • Rogers Cup Coach
  • League, Reserves and Rogers Cup Assistant Coaches

The 2019 Swan Districts Female Football Program commences on Wednesday 21st November at 6pm – Venue TBC.

If you are interested, in any of the above positions, please send a current CV to reception@swandistrictsfc.com.

For further information, please call the Club directly Read More [+]

Notice of 2018 AGM

Tuesday, November 6, 2018 - 8:43 AM

The 2018 WAWFL AGM will be held on Tuesday 13th November, 6:30-7:30pm at The Don Carter Room, Subiaco Football Club, Leederville. 

Please note that attendance at the AGM is compulsory for all WAWFL Clubs.

There are four (4) Board positions to be elected at this years AGM: 

Tiger time at Claremont Oval

Friday, August 31, 2018 - 6:55 AM

Article by Sandra Argese, images by Tom Campbell

Bringing consistent touches of class and professionalism across four strong quarters of football, Claremont has moved past the Peel Thunderbirds to win their first reserves premiership since 2015.

Early on in the piece, uncontested possessions proved hard to come by. 

Leading from the front, Claremont Captain Angel Hayward kicked the first goal of the game. Moments later, Lolita Viska slotted Claremont’s second with a free kick from a Read More [+]

East Fremantle Sharks win 2018 premiership

Monday, August 27, 2018 - 6:47 PM

Written by Sandra Argese, photos by Tom Campbell

As far as grand finals go, this was one for the history books.

An epic showdown between East Fremantle and Subiaco, it was an afternoon where ladder positions meant nothing, and time meant everything. 

Set against a backdrop of blue sky, scarce winds and plenty of sun, over 2500 spectators packed into Claremont Oval for the Mundella WAWFL League Grand Final showdown.

Less than sixty seconds after Read More [+]

Sharks, Lions seek Premiership glory

Wednesday, August 22, 2018 - 6:50 AM

By Sandra Argese

It’s been a few years between premiership drinks for both East Fremantle and Subiaco. Come Sunday afternoon, that equation will change.

With the Sharks searching for their first flag since 2011, their journey in 2018 has been telling. From round one, the club wasted no time taking the wheel and steering it to the top of the ladder – and not once have they looked back.

Accomplishing a minor premiership, 15 wins and Read More [+]

Hayley Miller wins Dhara Kerr Fairest and Best

Monday, August 20, 2018 - 3:06 PM

Subiaco Lions Football Club’s Hayley Miller has won the Mundella WA Women’s Football League’s Dhara Kerr Fairest and Best at the 2018 Medal Presentation Dinner on Monday night at the Hyatt Regency, Perth.

The announcement is even more impressive when it is pointed out that Miller played her first game in round 5 of the season.

Held in front of more than 245 guests, the Medal Presentation Dinner celebrates the Mundella WA Women’s Football League’s Fairest and Best players within Read More [+]

Preliminary finals see Lions, Thunderbirds, Sharks progress

Monday, August 20, 2018 - 2:56 PM

The Mundella WA Women's Football League Grand Finals will be played this Sunday, August 26 at Claremont Oval.

The League Grand Final at 2.30pm will see minor premiers East Fremantle battle against Subiaco for premiership glory in season 2018. 

The Reserves Grand Final will feature Claremont Tigers and Peel Thunderbirds, while the Rogers Cup Grand Final sees Peel Thunderbirds clash with  East Fremantle.

Entry to Claremont Oval is $5 and includes a 2018 WAWFL Yearbook.

PRELIMINARY FINALS FIXTURES

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2018 WAWFL Preliminary Finals

Monday, August 13, 2018 - 8:29 PM

The Mundella WA Women's Football League Preliminary Finals will be played this Sunday, August 19.

The League clash at 2pm will see Peel Thunderbirds clash with Subiaco for a place in next week's Grand Final against East Fremantle. 

The Reserves Preliminary Final will feature Peel Thunderbirds and East Fremantle with the winner to play Claremont, while the Rogers Cup Preliminary Final sees South Fremantle and East Fremantle doing battle for a spot in the Grand Final, against Peel.

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East Fremantle Straight into the 2018 Grand Final

Monday, August 13, 2018 - 6:37 PM

Article by Sandra Argese, Photos by Tom Campbell

East Fremantle versus Peel Thunderbirds – Semi Final One

Footy can be telling. On Sunday afternoon, East Fremantle’s performance certainly told a story.

With 15 wins, a minor premiership and a reputation as being virtually unbeatable on the line, season 2018 couldn’t have been any kinder to the Sharks.

Come finals time in their semi-final against Peel Thunderbirds, the trend unquestionably continued.

It was never a matter of Read More [+]

Hungry Lions claim important win

Thursday, August 2, 2018 - 6:59 AM

Fighting to secure a finals berth, it was all or nothing for Subiaco in their Round 15 clash with Claremont on Sunday afternoon.

With West Perth hot on their tail in fifth by percentage, a loss would have placed the Lions a win outside finals contention. Yet despite being out of a position to make finals, their opponents in Claremont weren’t going down without a fight.

Mother nature certainly didn’t have any tricks up her Read More [+]

2018 Yorga’s Koodjal Kadadjiny

Friday, July 13, 2018 - 8:29 PM

This Sunday the Mundella WA Women's Football League and WA Football Commission will host the fifth Yorga’s Koodjal Kadadjiny "Women’s Two Way Learning Match" at Steel Blue Oval Park.

Promoting the mutually respectful relationship between our Indigenous and Non-Indigenous female football players, the Indigenous All Stars vs WAWFL All Stars match was born from an idea by Charlie Headland and Paula Hicks to celebrate indigenous Australian women’s love of playing football and promote reconciliation between all players.

This Read More [+]

Tigers claw back for draw

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 - 7:10 PM

Written by Sandra Argese, Images Thomas Campbell

If any game was going to walk the talk in round 11, Claremont’s clash with Swan Districts on Sunday afternoon certainly did the trick.

With five consecutive losses to their name, Claremont needed to do something special if they were going to overpower the in-form reigning premiers.

A Swans victory would’ve added fuel to the clubs’ case as strong premiership threat and enhanced their recent record to five Read More [+]