2018 fixtures released

Friday, March 16, 2018 - 5:21 PM

THE Mundella WAWFL has released the 2018 fixtures, with the season scheduled to kick-off on April 8.

The League competition will host a 8-team competition this season, with East Perth not taking part in the League division this coming season.

The League competition will see 2017 Grand Final rematch between Swan Districts and the now Subiaco (previously Coastal Titans) as they renew their rivalry in Round 1.

There is a general bye on 3 June over the Queen’s Birthday Read More [+]

Claremont Tigers seek Reserves Coach

Friday, March 16, 2018 - 5:13 PM

Title: Head Reserves Coach - Reports to: Head Senior Coach

Overview: The Head Reserves Coach of the Claremont Women’s Football Club will be assisting the Head Senior Coach in executing the 2018 football development plan with a focus on the skills and abilities of the playing group.

The Head Reserves Coach will work closely with the Head Senior Coach to execute training and game say strategies. The Head Reserves Read More [+]

APE Medical joins for second year

Friday, March 16, 2018 - 5:01 PM

The Mundella West Australian Women’s Football League is pleased to announce a second year of partnership with APE Medical for season 2018.  

APE Medical provide sports medicine and rehabilitation products to all sports, having over 25 years of experience treating patients in the clinic and working with athletes in the sporting arena.  [Unknown Object]

Mundella WAWFL President Carolyn Hills is excited to welcome back the WA business that supported our players and clubs throughout Read More [+]

Carolyn Hills inducted as Life Member

Sunday, January 14, 2018 - 5:44 PM

The West Australian Women’s Football League is delighted to announce that Life Membership has been awarded to current President Carolyn Hills.

Induction as a WAWFL Life Member is regarded as the WAWFL's highest level of recognition and is awarded to individuals that have rendered outstanding service to the League.

Carolyn has been involved with the WAWFL since 2005 and has taken on a wide variety of roles during that time. Starting her volunteer adventure developing Read More [+]

Hills re-elected as President

Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 3:57 AM

The West Australian Women’s Football League held its Annual general meeting on Tuesday 14th November 2017 at the Department of Sport and Recreation.
 

After seven years in the role, existing President Carolyn Hills was unnanimously elected back as WAWFL President, entering a Read More [+]

Nine WAWFL players drafted for 2018

Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 10:24 AM

Nine WAWFL players were selected in the 2017 NAB AFL Women's Draft on October 18, 2017 showcasing the WAWFL's growing range of talent.

Congratulations to the five Swan Districts, two Coastal Titans, two East Fremantle players, plus the individual Perth Angel who were drafted on the day!

Swan Districts' Stephanie Cain was the first selection of the WA players, redrafted by the Fremantle Football Club with pick #2.

East Fremantle's Evangeline Gooch was also drafted by the Fremantle Dockers with pick #10, Read More [+]

Notice of 2017 AGM

Monday, October 9, 2017 - 8:30 PM

The 2017 WAWFL AGM will be held on Tuesday 14th November6:30-7:30pm at the Department of Sport and Recreation, Leederville. 

Please note that attendance at the AGM is compulsory for all WAWFL Clubs - 2017 AGM Agenda

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

2008-2017 Team of the Decade recognised

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 - 9:16 AM

A host of current and former Mundella WAWFL stars were honoured as the 2008-2017 WAWFL Team of the Decade was announced at our annual presentation night.

The WAWFL Team of the Decade recognises players who have achieved outstanding success in the WAWFL. The third WAWFL Team of the Decade will recognise players between the years of 2008-2017 (inclusive).The WAWFL 2008 - 2017 Team of the Decade is:

Backs: Caitlyn Edwards, Fiona Boucher, Brooke Whyte
Half backs: Lauren Stammers, Hayley Miller, Tiah Haynes
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Rogers recognised at Football Woman of the Year Awards

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 - 7:57 AM

LONG serving WA Women’s Football League volunteer Charmaine Rogers was recognised today, Thursday September 28, with the VicHealth Community Award at the Football Woman of the Year Awards in front of more than 1,000 guests at Crown Palladium, Melbourne.

The annual Awards, which are hosted by the Essendon Women’s Network as part of AFL Grand Final Week, recognise women in the industry who have made a significant contribution to the game of Australian Football.

The Read More [+]

West Australian women honoured as Award finalists

Friday, September 8, 2017 - 9:02 PM
Written by WA Football Commission

THREE West Australian female football leaders have been named as finalists for the 2017 Football Woman of the Year Awards.

They include WAWFL President Carolyn Hills, WAWFL life member Charmaine Rogers for the Community Award, and West Australian Football Commission (WAFC) Female Football Coordinator Allana Dickie for the overall Football Woman of the Year Award.

WAFC CEO Gavin Taylor said to have three West Australians named among nine finalists Read More [+]

Narelle Scott named Volunteer of the Year

Tuesday, August 29, 2017 - 8:12 PM

Congratulations to Narelle “Scotty” Scott, who has been recognised as the Lynette Smith Volunteer of the Year for 2017.

Narelle has been involved with East Fremantle Women’s Football Club for the past ten years and has been an integral part of the clubm, female talent programs and promotion of the League. Her endless commitment to our game is recognized by all those that know her, with the most recent example being when Narelle took on Read More [+]

Swans surge over Sharks

Wednesday, August 23, 2017 - 9:53 AM

Written by Sandra Argese, Photos by Thomas Campbell

Swan Districts have held off a late East Fremantle fightback to take home their first reserves premiership since 2013.

The second victory of Swan Districts’ triple premiership sweep across the entire competition on Sunday afternoon, the reserves grand final showcased a low-scoring, physical contest driven by plenty of stoppages and pressure from both sides.

The Swans entered favourites, having dominated all season as the Read More [+]

Rogers Cup Grand Final

Tuesday, August 22, 2017 - 7:10 PM

Written by Sandra Argese, Photos by Thomas Campbell

Ticking the first of three boxes on this years grand final day, Swan Districts have showcased a stellar four quarter performance to over-run a brave South Fremantle outfit by 10 points in the Mundella WAWFL Rogers Cup 2017 Grand Final.

But the sweet win was no walk in the park for the eventual premiers.

If history dictated anything between the two sides, it was that this particular Read More [+]

Triple Threat Swans Create History

Monday, August 21, 2017 - 5:26 PM

Written by Sandra Argese, photos by Thomas Campbell

Swan Districts have stamped their authority on all three of this year’s Mundella West Australian Women’s Football League grand finals, winning all three premierships at Rogers Cup, Reserves and League levels.

The history-making clean-sweep was set in stone in the last game of the day that saw the league girls walk away 29 point winners over the Coastal Titans.  

Unlike the slim margins that’ve separated the Read More [+]

Watch the Grand Finals live!

Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 9:46 AM

Watch the 2017 Mundella WAWFL Grand Finals below to see which teams will win premiership glory!

We'll find out if Swan Districts claim back-to-back premierships and which player will be awarded the Lou Knitter Best-on-Ground! 

2.30pm - League: Coastal Titans v Swan Districts
12.00pm - Reserves: Swan Districts v East Fremantle
10.00am - Rogers Cup: Swan Districts v South Fremantle

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