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subiaco football club 122nd ANNUAL REPORT

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thank you members we love the passion and support our members bring to every season. thank you for your support in 2017 and look forward to having you cheer the lions on again throughout 2018. glory glory!

kyal horsley subiaco captain 2017


ANNUAL REPORT & YEARBOOK 2017 SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB INC. LEEDERVILLE OVAL

246 Vincent Street, Leederville WA 6007 PO Box 436, Leederville WA 6903 T: (08) 9208 9999 F: (08) 9208 9990 E: info@subiacofc.com.au W: www.subiacofc.com.au Facebook: @subilions Twitter: @subiacolions Instagram: @subiacolions ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Sunday December 3rd, 2017 12pm Subi Sports Bar, Subiaco Oval AGENDA Welcome by President Apologies Confirmation of minutes of previous AGM Business arising Presentation of Annual Report and Balance Sheet Declaration of Election Election of Life Members Notice of Motions Nominations of Auditors for 2018 General Business COVER 2017 Outridge Medalist Leigh Kitchin 2017 Reserves Premiership Team Designed by Scott Print PHOTOGRAPHY Photography by Viva Photography Photo contributions courtesy of Subiaco Football Club, Croc Photography, Daniel Wilkins.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS.............................................................................................................. 2 STAFF MEMBERS........................................................................................................................ 2 DISTRICT STAFF........................................................................................................................... 2 PRESIDENTS REPORT................................................................................................................. 4 CEO REPORT............................................................................................................................... 6 COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS REPORT....................................................................................... 8 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT REPORT.......................................................................................... 9 2017 CORPORATE PARTNERS.................................................................................................. 10 SUBI SUMMIT............................................................................................................................ 12 FOOTBALL OPERATIONS REPORT........................................................................................... 13 TALENT DEVELOPMENT AND COUNTRY SERVICING REPORT.............................................. 16 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT REPORT.................................................................................... 17 MEMBER SERVICES AND FACILITIES REPORT....................................................................... 18 GOLDS REPORT ....................................................................................................................... 20 PPO&’S REPORT ....................................................................................................................... 20 LADIES FORUM REPORT ......................................................................................................... 21 LIFE MEMBERS REPORT ......................................................................................................... 21 LEAGUE COACH REPORT......................................................................................................... 22 RESERVES COACH REPORT .................................................................................................... 24 COLTS COACH REPORT ........................................................................................................... 26 VOLUNTEERS & SUPPORT STAFF............................................................................................ 28 2017 HONOURS......................................................................................................................... 30 HORSLEY & PHELAN REACH 150............................................................................................. 31 LEAGUE RESULTS..................................................................................................................... 32 RESERVES & COLTS GAME RECORDS ................................................................................... 33 2017 OUTRIDGE MEDAL PRESENTATION DINNER................................................................. 34 TAYLOR MEDAL......................................................................................................................... 36 GRAND FINAL FUNCTION......................................................................................................... 38 GRAND FINAL............................................................................................................................ 39 LADIES DAY............................................................................................................................... 40 2017 ESPERANCE TRIP............................................................................................................. 41 IMAGINE VINCENT MATCH....................................................................................................... 42 ADDITIONAL SOCIAL PHOTOS................................................................................................. 43 FAN PHOTOS IN 2017................................................................................................................ 44 RESERVES GRAND FINAL......................................................................................................... 45 LEAGUE STATISTICS.................................................................................................................. 46 RESERVES STATS...................................................................................................................... 47 COLTS STATS............................................................................................................................. 47 HONOUR ROLL.......................................................................................................................... 48 TOTAL GAMES........................................................................................................................... 50 DRAFTEES.................................................................................................................................. 53 THE VICTORS: SUBIACO’S LEAGUE PREMIERSHIP TEAMS................................................... 54 2017 RESERVES PREMIERSHIP TEAM..................................................................................... 56 TEAM OF THE CENTURY........................................................................................................... 56 LEAGUE SQUAD........................................................................................................................ 57 LEAGUE SQUAD & BOARD....................................................................................................... 58 RESERVES SQAUD.................................................................................................................... 59 COLTS SQAUD........................................................................................................................... 60 DEVELOPMENT SQUADS......................................................................................................... 61 COUNTRY REPORT.................................................................................................................... 62 LIONS DISTRICT........................................................................................................................ 63 2017 YEARBOOK....................................................................................................................... 63 DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL........................................................................................ 64 DISTRICT FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL REPORT..................................................... 65 SUBIACO DISTRICT FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT REPORT..................................................... 66 SUBIACO JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE REPORT.................................................................... 68 LIONS DISTRICT UMPIRES ASSOCIATION REPORT................................................................ 69 LITTLE LEAGUE AND WAFL GAME DAY AUSKICK REPORT .................................................. 70 2017 DISTRICT CHAMPIONS.................................................................................................... 71

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board of directors

Mark Lawrence PRESIDENT

John Martin VICE PRESIDENT

Basil Fuller

Bret Hutchinson

Russell Smith

Cindy Dunham

Dwayne Lamb

Nathan O’Connor

staff members SUB-COMMITTEES TRUSTEES & BOARD EXECUTIVES

TALENT & COUNTRY SERVICING

Mark Lawrence (Chair) Peter Capes John Martin Nathan O’Connor

Russell Smith (Chair) Michael Farmer Beau Wardman

FINANCE

FACILITIES & MEMBER SERVICES

Nathan O’Connor (Chair) Peter Capes Basil Fuller Debbie King

COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS Bret Hutchinson (Chair) Peter Capes Basil Fuller Pia Klymiuk Kevan Sparks

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Bret Hutchinson (Chair) Peter Capes Todd Holmes Stuart Kemp Brad Lohoar Cameron Palmer Lee Parker

FOOTBALL OPERATIONS

Peter Capes CEO

Daniel Vidovich Football Manager

Michael Farmer Talent Manager

Debbie King Accounts & Office Manager

Kevan Sparks Bar Manager

Cameron Palmer Corporate Partnership & Sales Manager

Elodie McFarland Functions Coordinator

Teigan Freeman Membership & Merchandise Coordinator

Basil Fuller (Chair) Michael Barr Peter Capes Teigan Freeman Debbie King Elodie McFarland Cameron Palmer Kevan Sparks

HERITAGE Basil Fuller (Chair) Peter Capes Jeff Lind John Martin Brian Sierakowski Ted Wishart

DISTRICT STAFF

DISTRICT FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL Cindy Dunham (Chair) Lincoln Rollo Peter Capes Andrew Ridley

John Martin (Chair) Dwayne Lamb Jarrad Schofield Daniel Vidovich

Callum Warner District Operations Manager

Adam Cockie Community Engagement Coordinator

Jesse Tippet Community Development Officer

PATRON

NUMBER 1 TICKET HOLDER

CLUB AMBASSADOR

Kevin Merifield

Justin Langer

Kim Hughes

Julie Bishop MP

Mayor Giovanni Italiano

Margaret Quirk MLA

John Bowler

Michael Keenan MP

Neil Randall

Graham Edwards

Tony Krsticevic MLA

Mayor Tracey Roberts

Janine Freeman

Peter & Tina Metropolis

Luke Simpkins MP

Bryan Gardiner

Andrea Mitchell MLA

Dr Ken Spillman

Chris Hatton MLA

Dr Harry Phillips

David Williams

VICE PATRONS

Mayor Heather Henderson

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Matt Debarro District Development Officer


photo of the year

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Presidents Report On behalf of the Board of Directors, I have great pleasure in presenting my 6th report as President to the members of this great club. We have had a good year by anyone’s standards, perhaps even a very good year but unfortunately, we just fell short of an excellent year by our own standards. Starting with our Colts and talent pathway, this area has caused a little heartache for us in previous Mark Lawrence years, but thankfully not this year. Beau Wardman and his coaching and support group have been fantastic, Michael Farmer has worked hard to get us closer to where we need to be to give young players the best chance to develop. It’s been a great year for Andrew Lockyer and the premiership winning Reserves Team. Congratulations to everyone involved, the finals performances were stunning, beating South Fremantle, the best team for the year the way we did was a mighty effort – well done. To Schoey and his team of coaches, although we didn’t get what we deserved, 19 wins in a year is a remarkable result. Well done Schoey, you remain the best coach in the WAFL and keep us as the destination club of choice for people. SUBI SUMMIT As I have said every year of my Presidency, I’m determined we remain a WAFL powerhouse and financially sustainable for the next decade and beyond, nothing has changed that focus. During this year, we held a number of Subi Summit events at which we discussed the current state of the club off field and our plans for the future. Starting with the Life Members function where many of those attending were very surprised about our short-term future and the huge challenges we face. That reaction emphasizes the job we have communicating where we are and what we need to do to ensure we continue to grow from good to great. We need you all to help us please. Be ambassadors for the club, get to understand our situation and what your club is doing, when you have the chance to involve others please get the message to your business contacts, get people to join as members and suggest or help generate ideas that will provide leads we can follow up to generate new income opportunities. The WAFC continue to implement their WAFC Structural Review of WA Football. The first stage being a new talent pathway structure that comes with new AFL funding into WA Football, that is something supported by us. However, the model is flawed and the key issue we failed to convince the other clubs about was to demand a five-year funding agreement for the WAFL. As things stand, we have an agreed funding model for 2018 only and that to the Board of the Subiaco Football Club is a huge risk and should have made the entire proposal unacceptable to the majority of clubs until the longer-term model was agreed.

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CONGRATULATIONS The winner of the President’s Trophy is a true club legend in Ron Tester. After more than a decade of service to junior football, Ron became the Little League Manager in 1979 to 1987. He then served as Manager of the Colts from 1988 to 1996 before a promotion to League Team Manager in 1997 and remains in that role – we all see Ron parading around the interchange area on game days and he’s always there! In addition, Ron was the inaugural secretary when the DFDC was set up in 2004. Ron has earned recognition as: • Karrinyup Junior Football Club Life Member • Subiaco Junior Council Life Member in 1981 • Subiaco Football Club Life Member in 1993 • Inaugural Subiaco Football Club Diehard in 2000.

The last award of recognition we gave to Ron was as a Diehard over 17 years ago! Ron’s service is truly remarkable, congratulations from everyone at the club Ron. Well done to Captain Kyal Horsley on leading us into another Grand Final and being a very strong performer in that game and to club champion Leigh Kitchin for winning the Outridge Medal. Well done also to Daniel Leach winning the Reserves Blakemore Medal and Taylor Medalist Liam Hickmott. Our Ball Legend for 2017 was Ali Pickett one of our best and most skillful players ever. Ali is the first of the glory years’ generation of Subiaco heroes to be honored this way. Ali’s achievements include 180 SFC games, two Sandover Medals, four premierships and selection in the SFC Team of the Century. We are very fortunate that Ali is still actively involved at this club. FOOTBALL As I have already mentioned, our Colts program was much improved, the Reserves players were magnificent in the finals and did themselves and the Club proud. Thanks, Andrew Lockyer and his team for their contribution which is sure to boost our league stocks in coming years. What a very disappointing end to what was a fairly dominant season by our players and coaches in WAFL League Football. In an action replay of the previous year, the football public again lost interest in a league without integrity, a league that can sanction partner clubs “just following the rules” but failing to uphold the intent and purpose of the alignment model. Most disappointing was that we had the game at our mercy but as happens in football we were unable to put them away and eventually paid a very heavy price. You don’t always get what you deserve, the Grand Final proved that right for both teams. Some of our team and individual highlights are • Minor premiership for the 3rd year running. • The 2017 Grand final was our 28th in history and

the 11th of the last 15 years.


• The WA team to be the first ever to beat Victoria in

Melbourne was led by State Captain Kyal Horsley and included Leigh Kitchin, Lachlan Delahunty, Jordan Lockyer, Clancy Wheeler and Corey Adamson. • Liam Ryan won the WAFL Goalkicking Award and

surprisingly the Mark of the Year as well. • The Rodriguez Shield returned to Subiaco as the best and

most consistent Club in all three grades over the season. • Three State 18’s players, Brayden Ainsworth, Kyron Hayden

and Ben Miller with all three invited to the AFL national draft combine. • Brayden Ainsworth who was selected in the All Australian

18’s Team. Congratulations to everyone that has again made Subiaco Football Club the number one Club in the WAFL.

Mark & Debbie Lawrence

ACKNOWLEDGMENT Success like this club has been accustomed to over the last decade or so cannot be achieved without solid partnerships with loyal sponsors and QBE has certainly played a pivotal role in this club, celebrating our 33rd anniversary this year, the longest in the WAFL & WA sport in general. Since QBE joined us, we have made the finals in 26 of the 33 seasons for 8 premierships. Thanks to everyone at QBE for their contribution to our club Our coterie groups – we thank The Golds led by Ross Lockhart, The Ladies Forum led by Sue Olcorn and The Past Players led by Garry Underhill. No doubt that our staff set the standard in the WAFL, they are involved in all industry committees, they contribute and help drive our club and competition to improve.

Mark Lawrence GF Function

Well done to Peter Capes, Daniel Vidovich and the rest of the staff on the way the club is managed and operates. Welcome to Cameron Palmer, Michael Farmer, Teigan Freeman and Elodie McFarland in their first year at the club. Thanks also to Debbie King, Kevan Sparks and his hospitality team. BOARD OF DIRECTORS I thank the Board for their loyalty, commitment and support to me this year. It is a team effort and to John Martin, Basil Fuller, Dwayne Lamb, Cindy Dunham, Nathan O’Connor, Bret Hutchinson and Russell Smith thanks for the time and sacrifice you make for our club.

Sam Eaton, Peter Capes & Mark Lawrence

Our club is a community based organisation that has supported many charity events and school and club quiz nights and other fundraising efforts. This year we again dedicated home games to promote NAIDOC, to assist the Prostate Cancer Foundation of WA and the Men’s Health Round as well as the Count Me In Round with the Disability Services Commission. Thanks everyone for your involvement in the Lions and we will continue to always work to improve our standards, and improve our culture and values by which we operate. Thanks to my wife Debbie and I wish all our members and supporters a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year.

Tony Krsticevic MLA & Mark Lawrence

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CEO REPORT There was much to like about 2017.

Peter Capes

The Club has had a very good year on the field, a 14th WAFL League premiership would have made it a great year. We are improving in nearly all the measures that indicate we are focused on the core business of the club. The Reserves Grand Final win was outstanding, the League season similar, our talent programs all stepped up significantly and our Club delivered best practice game day environments for members, supporters and visitors.

Our financial result does not support any of that unfortunatley. The Club has failed to meet revenue targets especially in the AFL hospitality business, our bars and social clubs and there was little progress in our BD sales and sponsorship in a very difficult economy. The WAFL is facing a very tough time now and into the next few years, this Club is no different. For the second year running the best team in the WAFL did not win the Grand Final and although I am really disappointed with that, we all knew the rules. We expected to win, we showed we were good enough to win but the failure to capitalize on a dominant third quarter we could have won. Many people have strong opinions about the Grand Final and the Peel/Fremantle alignment which resulted in unprecedented public negativity in the media, social media and among football supporters. The key issue to me is the continued failure of WA football people to embrace WAFL with new audiences and better TV ratings. The integrity of the competition is questioned and the WAFL is losing respect. Playing in and winning a WAFL premiership medal for an AFL player is just a pathway and a footnote on their career, for our players it is their whole destination, their career highlight and pinnacle of achievement. The rules may have been followed but no one thought the intent or purpose of the alignment was what happened again this year. The AFL Alignment Model again demonstrated that the WAFL gained no advantage from the presence of the highprofile brand of the AFL Clubs. Key areas like attendance & sponsorship are not growing and as I have said before we must seriously consider alternative models that can harness the power and prestige of the AFL Clubs to provide a positive environment for the WAFL and its fans and supporters. Three WAFL minor premierships in a row is something we can all celebrate and is a wonderful achievement by the players and coaches and everyone involved in the club. To now play the last four grand finals in a row shows this Club is doing a lot of the right things, even though we are very disappointed our 14th premiership waits for us to win next year. KEY CLUB STRATEGY We have all been aware of the significant challenge we face financially, the financial result this year emphasizes the urgency we need to address all the following key issues during 2017 and beyond;

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• Leederville Oval Master Plan along with EP and the City

of Vincent • SFC Strategic Plan for 2018 and beyond • Women’s Football strategy for WAFL competition in 2018 • Sustainable model for SFC – purpose of the Subi Summit

events held in 2017 • Subi Forever projects • Talent pathway center of excellence to include women’s

football. • WAFL opportunities from the Perth Stadium • Members facility at Subiaco Oval – exit plan or extend

occupancy until demolished. • Club constitution needs changes to meet the new rules

by 2019. • Bedding in the structural changes to the Talent Pathway. • Welfare and mental health programs for players and support

for coaches. FOOTBALL OPERATIONS Football is addressed more completely elsewhere in this report but I would like to acknowledge Daniel Vidovich and Jarrad Schofield as the team that drives our football programs. The core of our club is the football operations staff, coaches and players that continue to set high goals, to work together and never take things for granted. Our list management was again well balanced by promoting the development of Colts and emerging talent while at the same time identifying our playing weaknesses and gaps. The key platform to our list has been attracting players not getting regular league games such as Rowan Powell, Bailey Matera and Liam Baker joining others that includes Joel Latham, Ben Sokol, Liam Ryan and Scott Hancock. Jarrad Schofield is still acknowledged as the leading WAFL coach and the influence of Schoey and his coaching group will continue to lead us towards an era of sustained excellence. TALENT & DEVELOPMENT PATHWAY After a period of instability, we have finally been able to put in place a talent pathway program that challenges the best in the WAFL. Excellent job by Beau Wardman in coaching and developing the young Colts and first year Talent Development Manager Michael Farmer has done a very good job in this most critical area of our club. They have been well supported by many aspiring coaches and support staff that provide the seven teams in the pathway with a great learning experience during their time at the club in addition to development of their football. After last season, we identified the need to introduce a Lions Coaching Academy along with a coaching coordinator role that would provide a focus on areas that we needed to address. Identification and development of talented coaches throughout the club and ensuring our developing players all had individual development plans (IDP’s) and coaching support. Well done to Dwayne Lamb and Andrew Lockyer as the key drivers that got this established and then provided the direction we need to continue to strive in this area.


SPONSORS My sincere thanks for another great year of support from our Principal Partner QBE. It was the 33rd anniversary of our partnership which remains unrivalled in any state league in Australia. My thanks to Sarah Hamer and all the other regular QBE staff that support us. Our major support sponsors are vital to the club, thanks to Phoenix Holden, KC Sports, AE Hoskins and Sons and CUB for your support.

To the rest of the board, thanks for your time commitment to the club and ability to positively influence our future. Thanks to you all for the assistance you provide not only to me but for the work you do with all of the staff. To our various Coterie Groups, your work and dedication to the club is noticed and appreciated and we hope it continues for many years to come. • The Golds led by Ross Lockhart. • The Ladies Forum, Sue Olcorn and team. • The TRG volunteers, great job gents.

MARKETING COMMUNICATION WITH MEMBERS, SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS Travis Kalin had been responsible for driving our communication with members and supporters, the website, Lions eNews, Facebook, Instagram & Twitter that provide up to date information and stories about the people within the club. Travis departed early in the season and his replacement in Cameron Palmer has proven to be a worthy recruit, keeping this area of the club a high priority. Cameron’s key role is to drive new business and his strategy of 18 for 18 is explained elsewhere in this report. All our strategies in the area target growth in the number of people we have contact with, to thereby increase the number of people we can convert to members and new and potential leads for sponsors, to get to attend games, events and functions and of course promote the benefits of our sponsors. Michael Barr is the latest to join the alumni of our media department by being recruited by West Coast Eagles. The Barman joins Ben Cameron and Michael Genovese as graduates from Subi. LIONS IN THE COMMUNITY The club is a community focused organisation and we will continue to support events and programs in our district which included; • Prostate Cancer Club PROST – fitness program run for

those men battling prostate cancer and recovering from operations • The Prostate Cancer Central Park Plunge where Peter

Capes, David Crute (West Perth), Marty Atkins (Perth) and Tom Bottrell (South Fremantle) raised nearly $9,000 for the PCF WA

• Past Players and Supporters led by Garry Underhill.

NO 1 TICKET HOLDER AND AMBASSADOR Justin Langer and Kim Hughes are both passionate about the club. We remain very fortunate that both these champions continue to give us their time and it is a huge bonus for the club. SFC OPERATIONS Well done to the Subiaco District team of Andrew Ridley, Callum Warner, Matt Debarro and Jesse Tippet who are all very positive and have real and engaging relationships with all the staff and continue to be the face of football participation in Subiaco football district. Chelsea and Brooke both looked for new opportunities and although they were both missed, Elodie and Teigan stepped into their big shoes and managed to provide a near seamless transfer of services and support. Well done to you both. People are what really defines a club’s culture and we are very fortunate to have a great team that includes Debbie King and Kevan Sparks and his hospitality team. Cameron Palmer has joined the group who are all very positive and provide a wonderful public face to our members, visitors and supporters. Lions Corporate has been a crucial financial powerhouse for many years, Kim Williamson then David Sierakowski, Jannine Blum and finally Pia Klymiuk took up the responsibility to deliver a positive outcome for the Club. It has been very tough to meet our targets in the last few seasons with the transition away from Subiaco Oval and poor economic times. That AFL era at Subiaco Oval is now behind us, thanks and best wishes to Pia for a job well done.

• Light Up Leederville Carnival in December annually.

Looking forward, what can we all expect?

• Membership of Leederville Connect

• A very competitive league team with a strong focus on

• Basil’s Community Raffle – provides over $25,000 to

participating junior football and netball clubs. • District schools & clubs – SFC provides quiz night prizes to

many district schools & junior clubs. • Country coaching and development – Michael Farmer and a

number of SFC players visited our country areas to develop young players. • The Golds and the PP&S also visit both Kalgoorlie and Esperance

in their grand final days – thanks to both these groups. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Mark Lawrence and his board have all been really supportive of both myself and all the other staff at the club. Mark runs a large business with many demands on his time and we all appreciate that Mark makes the necessary time available to contribute and assist everyone.

emerging players. • Further development of our talent pathway and Colts

programs to be near WAFL best. • Strong coach development programs and welfare for

players. • Board focus on sustainability and in losses that are

sustainable while increasing revenue and implementing Subi Forever programs. • Change to the WA football landscape via WAFC funding

allocation and priority. • Women’s WAFL competition and Coastal Titans and the

SFC joining under a “one club model” that will provide benefits to each. Finally, I extend my appreciation to all members and supporters of the Subiaco Football Club and I wish you all a very merry Christmas as we look forward to 2018.

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COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS REPORT COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS OVERVIEW Given that 2017 was our final year at WA’s traditional home of football, and therefore Subiaco Football Club’s last year of offering AFL hospitality packages at Subi Oval, I was hoping we could finish on a strong note and build the club finances one last time. Unfortunately members, 2017 proved to be the most difficult year in the corporate hospitality market that Perth has Bret Hutchinson experienced, since we began offering AFL packages in the late 1980’s, some 30 years ago! The year began with sales down some 35% on last year at the same time! After some nervous discussions with the West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Dockers, we found that our experience was also consistent with their demand in the small to medium size enterprise market. The end of the mining boom had slashed margins across most businesses, with WA experiencing recessionary conditions. In talking to many of our clients, a common theme for them was deciding on whether to cut their marketing budget or reduce staff. The corporate hospitality budget was usually the first to go! Through some good decision making, the Commercial Operations team, significantly reduced the number of season tickets that Lions Corporate committed to, thus reducing the club’s exposure to unsold tickets. I believe this was probably our best decision of the year. We tried a variety of new marketing strategies, such as the celebration of the final games at Subiaco Oval - backed up by some humorous radio adverts, along with discounting packages on multiple game purchases, emails and direct call campaigns. Apart from the two Derby’s and the last few games, the season stubbornly, remained difficult. Furthermore, without a home finals appearance for Fremantle or West Coast, the profit from Lions Corporate limped to its poorest return that I can remember and well below budget. The Subi Sports Bar, on the other hand, finished with slightly better sales than 2016 and a 10% improvement in profit. Perhaps there was a secondary benefit of our radio and email campaigns regarding the last season at Subi Oval, with more people coming to the footy and wanting to have a memorable beer at the Subi Sports Bar! Under the guidance Kevan Sparks over the past decade, the Subi Sports Bar has become one of the most important generators of Club revenue, indeed probably the most important in 2017. The decision by the Commercial Operations team many years ago, to open the Presidents Bar to the public and refurbish the room with extra TV’s and beer taps, has proved a great idea, significantly offsetting the falling profit in AFL function packages. Subi Sport Bar revenue has also benefitted from our push into the general functions market, with the number and size of functions, gradually building over the past decade. Through careful management of bar prices and staff costs, Kevan and his team have delivered a fantastic result for our Club. Although football has drawn to an emotional end at Subiaco Oval, we are still running the Subi Sports Bar and Function rooms. Until we have definite clarification from the WAFC, I urge all members to consider using our facilities for functions. Recommending our facilities to friends, businesses and/or family is another great way to help our Club.

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APPRECIATION First and foremost, I would like to thank the Lions Corporate team, Peter, Pia, Kevan and Basil for their efforts in 2017, in what proved to be a difficult year. I also express my gratitude to my Board colleagues over the past Grand Final year. To CEO, Peter Capes I am grateful for your experience, continual support and filling in for me when I’m not in Perth. Thank you to Pia Klymiuk for your fabulous work on AFL game day preparation and implementation. Pia stayed with us all year, even though she knew that AFL was winding up the end of the season. Pia has now moved on from the Club and we wish her all the best for a bright future. A big thank you to Kevan Sparks for his stewardship of the Subi Sports Bar. Thank you both also for your efforts in attracting and managing our non-AFL functions throughout the year. I would like to extend a big thank you to Basil Fuller and the TRG group for all their work around the Club and at the Corporate Function Centre. These volunteers work tirelessly to help lower the costs of running the Club and ensuring everything is in fantastic condition. In closing, on behalf of Club members, I would like to pass on a HUGE thank you to those people who negotiated the AFL function package arrangement for Subiaco Football Club. The retention of our Subi Social Rooms combined with the access to AFL tickets, has provided SFC with its single greatest source of revenue in the club’s 108 year history. The dogged determination of Michael Flannigan, combined with the negotiating skills of Trevor Nisbett and Michael Carlisle, set up the deal 1989. After 3 long years of torrid negotiations and Dean Kemp painting almost 1000 seats in Subi’s area maroon and gold, SFC was granted access to 500 season passes to the WCE games! In the early days the majority of the tickets were sold for contra to obtain products for Subi’s Grand Auction. With the arrival of Mark Lawrence and Kim Williamson, most of the contra was converted to cash and with the WCE demand full to the brim, our Commercial Operations team began to generate significant revenue for the Club. David Williams was also instrumental in ensuring we had access to the Subi Social Rooms. In the late 80’s he renegotiating the lease expiry date of our Social Rooms from 2000 to 2011 as part of the deal to share the oval with WCE. Then again he entered the fray to renegotiate an extension of the lease as part of SFC’s move to Leederville Oval. Through David’s skill and determination SFC has continued to retain Subi’s Social rooms for an extra 17 years, beyond the original term! Thanks also to all the people who have been involved running, managing and overseeing the facility over the past 30 years, along with all the people and companies that have supported us as our clients and customers. Without the efforts and support of these people and others around them, SFC would not be the Club it is today! The emotional end of football and the closing of our Social Rooms at Subi Oval, signals a significant change for our Club. It’s like a death in the family! We need to take time, pause and reflect. For many of us “Subi” has been the spiritual home of football in WA. Hopefully, many of you can join us for the “Final Siren” at the Subi Oval on Sunday December 3rd, for one last goodbye. May I wish all our members and supporters a Merry Xmas and continuing prosperity in 2018.


Business Development Report 2017 has been a year of great change at the Subiaco Football Club in Business Development. In the crucial areas of corporate partnership, communications and marketing the club has continued to improve and continued to be proactive towards fresh challenges. CORPORATE PARTNERS

Cameron Palmer

The Subiaco Football Club is grateful to have a core group of loyal Corporate Partners who continue to provide valuable support that helps ensure the strength of our club both on field and off field.

We continue to be a proud part of one of the longest running partnerships in Australian sport with our Principal Partner QBE. To Keeley Norton and Hugh Sanders along with all QBE employees who have embraced Subiaco in 2017, we thank you for your support. We look forward to a continued partnership into 2018 and beyond. To our Colts Major Partner, Michael & Carol Hoskins from AE Hoskins & Sons, your support of the club and willingness to embrace the talent development of the club has been instrumental in the improvement in this area. To our other Premier Partners Jeff King from KC Sports and Mark Lawrence from Phoenix Holden your contribution and commitment to our club is greatly appreciated. To all our other Official and Support Partners we thank you for your contribution in 2017 and look forward to maintaining an ongoing partnership moving forward. COMMUNICATIONS Subiaco continues to be the standout club in the WAFL when it comes to communication. With a commitment towards producing regular content through our website and a commitment towards quality content we have continued to be the benchmark club for WAFL engagement. MARKETING Subiaco continued to have a strong focus around marquee WAFL fixtures in 2017. The WAFL decision to stage three matches on Good Friday did impact on our annual Good Friday match with East Perth, however we continue to embrace this occasion. QBE Day coincided with Men’s Health Round as the Lions again wore Cyan embracing both our Principal Partner QBE and Men’s Health. In a new initiative in 2017, we were delighted to partner with the City of Vincent to hold the first Imagine Vincent Match. Other club events that were well received in 2017 included our Golf Day at the picturesque Cottesloe Golf Club and our Ladies Day held in August with special mention to Bec Schofield and Andrea Morgan for their support with this day. INNOVATION There were a number of new initiatives that the club implemented across 2017. Our Stakeholder Summit Series allowed us to engage

with key stakeholders associated with the club both allowing us to present an ongoing vision as well as getting feedback towards growing the club. Following the Subiaco Summit Series, a Business Development Committee was re-established in 2017 with a focus towards producing positive business outcomes for the club. In another first for the Subiaco Football Club, a Subiaco Finals Classic was held, offering businesses a chance to win the right to be the 2017 Finals Naming Rights Partner of Subiaco. We thank all businesses who entered the Finals Classic and congratulate Brad McDonald from Seamless Electrical Services who took out this award. APPRECIATION Thanks to Peter Capes and the Board of Directors of the Subiaco Football Club for allowing me the opportunity to represent this outstanding club since April. To Peter, your ongoing support in embracing new ideas and encouragement towards high achievement is appreciated. To Bret Hutchinson, Peter Capes, Lee Parker, Stuart Kemp, Todd Holmes and Brad Lohoar I thank you for your fresh ideas and positive approach to the Business Development Committee. A special mention to Brad for all his support with the Subiaco website across the year. I would also like to thank fellow staff, support staff and district staff for their assistance since arriving to Subiaco. To Travis Kalin, Michael Barr and Lenny Fogliani your contributions to communications this year have been pivotal and I appreciate your efforts. Finally to two unsung heroes of our team, Teigan Freeman and Elodie McFarland, your willingness to so readily assist with all tasks in marketing and communications has been greatly appreciated. MOVING FORWARD 2018 looks set to present a host of challenges to the Subiaco Football Club, most notably in the business development and corporate space. As a club we have been extremely proactive in 2017 and believe we are well placed to grow the club through these challenges. In corporate partnerships we have started an ’18 for 18’ campaign to rejuvenate our corporate base by bringing on 18 new corporate partners in the year ahead. We encourage all supporters and members who may have a connection to a potential corporate partner to positively promote the Subiaco Football Club. In communications we will continue to follow social trends and produce more visual and audio content for our supporters and fans as we strive to continue as the benchmark WAFL club in this area. In marketing a number of exciting new initiatives will drive the club forward in 2018. We are in the early stages of creating a specific donation arm that will look to drive increased support towards our talent pathways, country zone and improved facilities. This will ensure that we have an exciting calendar of events that help grow the club and make this a great club to be involved with. We look forward to having the continued support of members, fans and corporate partners in 2018.

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2017 Corporate Partners

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PLAYER SPONSORS LEAGUE

PLAYER SPONSORS COLTS

Liam Jack Matthew Ryan Michael Thomas Aaron Chris Liam

Baker Beverley Bogensperger Borchet Braut Breeze Breman Bryan Catalfamo

Nicolas Conor Abraham Judd Liam Mitchell Max Luke Koby

Baroni Boylan Clinch Clinch Connolly Crew Dennis Foley Fullgrabe

Greg Adam Lachlan Andy Jason

Clark Cockie Delahunty Doyle Eccles

Tristan Matthew Michael Joshua Christian

Hobley Kahn Lapthorne Leunig Martin

Braden Fraser James Damon Kyle Luke Scott Thomas Declan Justin

Fimmano Foley Garcia Guinness Halligan Halligan Hancock Hooper Jackson Joyce

Jack Caleb Scott Connor Duane

Joel McKenzie Daniel Angus Jordan Bailey Nick Jacob Shannon Daniel Chris Benjamin Daniel Ben Bradley

Latham Lawrence Leach Litherland Lockyer Matera Menegola Miller Nelson Perkins Phelan Reid Ryan Sokol Stevenson

Mayo McKenna Mews Murison OxenhamSmith Pannell Peacock Plane Purser Reed Rognetta Shellabear Healey Spencer Vallelonga Wells Wyatt

Alex Jarrod Wayde Josh

Thurkle Turner Twomey Underwood

Ryan Ryan Clancy Ashton

Vermeersch Wade Wheeler Williamson

Kim + Karen Baker Margaret River Wines Bogensperger Family Down South Wholesale Imported Ceramics Breeze Family Carolyn Breman Kim Bryan Joeys gardenscape + reticulation Houspect WA Full Current Electrics Jones Lang Lasalle Sarich Concrete Turn It On Electrical & Consultancy Harvey Pharmacy SafeHaven Alltools AM & MA Guinness Samac Constructions Interlink Insurance Brokers SKG Radiology 96 Degrees on Flora Jackson Electrical (WA) ANZ Mobile Lending Scarborough Physical Solutions Robert Lawrence Geralton Maid To Clean Liquor Express APE Ray and Pauline Paton Shaun Menegola Corporate Supremacy Freight Lines Group Final Trim Operators Phelan’s Ceilins The Stable Management Group Spill Crew Best Loans Jeffrey Nolan Chartered Accountants Terry & Martine Thurkle JR Turner Cabinets APC Mark Underwood Music Productions P&S Vermeersch Wade Extensions Newtown Condingup F.C Schlam Engineering

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Matthew Xavier Madoc David Brandon Joshua Zane Luke Adam Chris Che

Choice Home Loans Fiona Boylan Buller Wines Buller Wines Model-IT (WA) Pty Ltd Smartline Kalgoorlie EDA Financial Services Marmion Angling & Aquatic Club Chas Greenwell Smash Repairs Across The Lake Wines WFI Personal Lifestyle Planners Virtue Builders ABS Investment Development AFG Roadswest Engineering Brad Mews Westauz Mining J&J Plastering & Paving Kerry Pannell Platinum Realty Group Brenda Anthony Brett Purser Wizard Carpentry West Coast Civil Pty Ltd Casson Home Incorporated Tim Spencer Elite Tyle Group Murray Wells Esperance Aboriginal Corporation

SUBIACO 2017 FINALS CLASSIC ENTRANTS

KC Sports The Sandbar Paddington Ale House Channel 7 Perth SKG Radiology The Garden Seamless Electrical Final Trim Operators Media Tonic Environmental Technologies Group Phoenix Holden Australian Property Consultants Ledge Finance Wasley Private Wealth Framesport Local Loan Company Shadforth


2017 Corporate Partners PRINCIPAL PARTNER

OFFICIAL PARTNERS

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SUPPORT PARTNERS

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FINANCE REPORT The 2017 year was a particularly challenging one from a financial perspective. In particular, the profit derived from the club’s commercial operations was materially impacted by a further deterioration in the market demand for AFL packages offered by Lions Corporate.

Nathan O’Connor

Notwithstanding the financial result for the current year, the club remains in a strong financial position at year-end (net assets of approximately $3.8m including more than $3m in cash/ investments/other liquid assets).

While the club’s enviable balance sheet could not have been achieved without sound financial management it is largely attributable to the profits generated from the commercial operations conducted at Subiaco Oval over the last 25 years. As

members may be aware, these activities have now ceased with AFL football to be played at the new Perth Stadium from 2018. Therefore, while the club is in a very strong financial position as at completion of the 2017 financial year, the Board is acutely aware of the need to replace the revenues previously generated by the discontinued operations. Subi Forever has been established by the Board with the ultimate objective being to generate a pool of funds sufficient to secure the club’s financial future in perpetuity. It has two key roles, the first is to achieve a better financial return for the club’s existing reserves and secondly, to generate significantly more funds to increase the club’s capital base. Only if this is successful will the club’s future be assured. On a personal note, I would like to thank my fellow finance committee members, Peter Capes, Debbie King and Basil Fuller for their support during the year. I wish all members a Merry Christmas and happy new year.

SUBI SUMMIT With Subiaco Football Club’s commercial operations about to face significant change with the move of football to the new Perth Stadium and subsequent loss of the Subi Sports Bar, the club has been proactive in 2017 in engaging with key business stakeholders in a Subi Summit Series. The Subi Summit was a three part series designed to update key stakeholders on the impending changes to the club’s commercial operations, plans on how Subiaco will remain a successful commercial club and to use Subiaco connections to get leads to improve the corporate partnership base of the club. The first session saw invite Subi Summit identities taken into the inner sanctum of the Subiaco Football Club where President Mark Lawrence, Vice President John Martin, CEO Peter Capes and Senior Coach Jarrad Schofield all provided an update to the significant challenges that will be presented in 2018 and beyond. The second session was run as a workshop session with attendees working together to identify best strategies going forward to improve the club’s commercial operations. This also included identifying key targets for new corporate partnerships to the club.

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Finally, the third session, which was held in conjunction with the first ever Subiaco Finals Classic, saw Subi Summit members receive an update on the work that has been undertaken so far. Some of the key outcomes that have been achieved so far include: • An ’18 for 18’ mantra developed looking to gain 18 new

corporate partners to the club in the 2018 season • A donation portal set up where members, supporters,

former players and businesses can donate to key projects associated with the club • A new calendar of events to be presented in 2018, with

all fundraising efforts to be linked to key donation projects • A new ‘Premiers Club’ introduced to further engage former

players with the club and help ‘pay it forward’ for future Lions Premierships players Moving forward Subiaco needs all members and supporters to actively promote these key initiatives of the club as we look to remain a successful club both on and off field. The Subiaco Football Club thanks all Subi Summit attendees for their contribution.


FOOTBALL OPERATIONS REPORT The ultimate goal of any football club at any level is to win a premiership. Even though the League team result wasn’t the one we were after, as we fell at the last hurdle, we John Martin Daniel Vidovich can be proud of the boys playing such a great brand of football all season, we must look at the glass half full of a season that had everything. We saw the League side win 19 in a row after the Round 1 loss, one of the longest streaks in club history, we had 13 players make their league debut with the club, 8 players make the WAFL State squad, 3 players make the state 18’s, with 1 being an All Australian, we had the Bernie Naylor Medallist, the club won the Rodriguez shield, but more importantly we got to see the depth, strength and the development of our youth go in as underdogs in the Reserves Finals and take out the Premiership in a memorable win. This shows that the hard work and dedication from the coaches, players, support staff and volunteers, will continue to help build the success of this club. The most disappointing aspect of this (and last) season is that given the time, effort and hard work the players, coaches and staff put into preparation for the whole year, that the current AFL alignment rules are flawed and have damaged the integrity of the WAFL competition. It is prudent to put on the record that South Fremantle and Subiaco were the best two WAFL clubs in 2017 With every year, there is some movement of players away from the club, Greg Broughton, Brett Robinson & Daniel Leishman all retired from WAFL football, Brett Mahoney moved back home to Victoria, Hamish Shepheard moved over the Gold Coast to play with Southport Sharks, Sean Bradley & Bill Featherstonehaugh concentrated on their last year of studies, Simon Moore went travelling, Rhys Waters took a year off WAFL football to get his injuries right and Dylan Elliot, Shaquille McKenzie, Hayden Yarran & Jeremey Woodley went to play either Amateur or Country football. From all this player movement, the club had to be specific with their recruiting and set about the task of identifying suitable replacements to complement the squad. The club maintained busy over the off season gaining some new recruits for the season in Angus Litherland, Corey Adamson, Bailey Matera, Dylan Nelson, Rowen Powell, Liam Baker, Daniel Perkins, Simon Parry, Nick Menegola, Tim Sutherland, Damon Guiness and Daniel Leach. All players making big impacts either at Reserves & League levels. It is this ability to provide greater opportunities in a professional environment that enables us to maintain high recruiting standards. The club continues to progress forward with its transition program for players graduating from colts to senior football. This year saw Brayden Ainsworth play the second half of the season in the Reserves and Kyron Hayden coming into the Reserves Team later in the year. Both players making a big contribution to the team and the side winning the Reserves Premiership.

Throughout the 2017 season the club played 39 players in the league team with thirteen players making their debut for the club (Michael Braut, Adam Creeper, Ryan Vermeersch, Angus Litherland, Corey Adamson, Rowen Powell, Bailey Matera, Dylan Nelson, Simon Parry, Daniel Perkins, Damon Guiness, Liam Baker & Tim Sutherland). Our Colts program led by newly appointed coach Beau Wardman & new Talent Manager Michael Farmer, saw significate development within the playing group. With just missing out on finals the transitioning colt’s players commenced their strength program a week after their season, giving them the required work to get them up to speed for a senior pre-season. The 2017 Outridge Medal maintained its current voting system of a four-voter card system and all players were given a rating out of 10, with a maximum of 40 votes could be awarded to any one player for each round. This season saw a new Outridge Medallist in Leigh Kitchin. Coming over from Frankston FC in 2015, Leigh has been a major factor and contributor and influence on the sides midfield. Leigh’s consistent season saw Leigh polling 572 votes. Congratulations to Leigh for an outstanding year. Lachlan Delahunty finished runner up with 526 votes after an outstanding season playing in the Ruck and Forward. Liam Ryan showed his continued improvement in his second season at WAFL level by finishing in 3rd with 521 votes. Our skipper Kyal Horsley finished 491 votes, had another outstanding season finishing in 4th place and Aaron Heal rounded out the top 5 with 483 votes. Jordan Lockyer, Wayde Twomey, Max Walters, Ben Sokol & Craig Hoskins were all rewarded with consistent seasons by finishing in the top 10. Congratulations also goes to Daniel Leach for winning this year Reserves Blakemore Medal. Daniel commitment to the program was outstanding after making the sacrifice moving from Geraldton at the beginning of preseason. COACHING Our coaching structure had a minor re-shuffle seeing Ryan Redfern moving into a Player Development Role with our Development League player and stepping in to take over as Forward Coach was Paul Vines. To our head coach Jarrad Schofield, the tireless amount work you put into the program, the knowledge you have and continue to gain, to pass onto our players and coaches to improve them and making them best prepared for training and games, is why you are the best coach in the WAFL and is a big part why we continue to be the bench mark in the competition. Thank you for this year and we look forward to continuing working with you in season 2018 to hopefully go one step better. The countless hours at training, match committee meetings and match days put in behind the scenes from our Assistant Coaches Steve Wasley, Nigel Hamilton & Paul Vines along with Reserves Coach Andrew Lockyer, the professionalism, knowledge, communication and passion that you displayed during the season, is greatly appreciated and will continue to improve and grow. This also goes to our Reserve Assistant Coaches Martine Pearman, Robbie Forrest, Matt Scully & Kelly Properjohn thank you for your time and dedication on match days and training and the added work on the mentoring and guidance with our developing 1st to 3rd year players.

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FOOTBALL OPERATIONS REPORT The coaching afforded to our players is second to none and the result of making it into another League Grand Final and the reserves Winning the Premiership, is directly attributed to your dedication and the outstanding group of coaches that we have at the club. FITNESS AND CONDITIONING The 2017 season saw Dan Hiscock continue to head our Strength and Conditioning program. We thank you Dan for the amount of time and dedication you show given to our club and program. You always are looking at new ideas and initiatives to assist the players to get the best out of themselves. Dan Stead continued his great work assisting Dan throughout the year, but there were some movement of staff over the off season. From 2016 we saw Scott Goodin gain a promotion to the Claremont FC & Harrison Gillott gain employment with the Fremantle Dockers. This year we had Cathal “Irish” Brady come over from Ireland to assist Dan, and we saw more good together with enthusiastic support from our university students with Jake Shaw, Andrew Bailey, Brodie Scicluna and Samantha Devine. All providing great assistance to Dan and the program Dan’s meticulous approach to Strength and Conditioning, will continue to move forward and expand, he has continued to keep himself busy planning on ways to improve the senior program and planning programs for the transitioning Colt’s players. MATCH DAY STAFF Volunteers are the heart and soul of any football club and the Subiaco Football Club is privileged to have wonderful volunteers that work tirelessly behind the scenes to help the club achieve its success. Words cannot express how indebted the club is to all our support staff. Todd Holmes & Anthony Beattie again were instrumental on match days as our League runners and assisting the coaches’ midweek during training. Team Managers Ron Tester and Steve Lind did another superb job on games days and at training. Reserves bench rotation manager Chad Redfern continued his great work controlling the rotations on Game Day with our reserves group. Thank you to Jack Wasley for his outstanding work controlling the scoreboard for all reserves and league games and our Timekeepers Fritz Vanirsen and James Whelan for their great work this year. There was a reshuffle in staff with our awesome statistician staff, with Nyree Stokes heading the team this year. Jeff Hoskins and new to the team Jordan Smith did an outstanding job throughout the season. Alby Hawkins, Micky Bailey and new to the Property team Troy Stafford, the amount of tireless work and early mornings you put in at the club is instrumental in ensuring this club maintains its success.

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To Scott Flood, thank you for the support on Grand Final day and the countless hours you do with our Colts program along with Sarah Harris is greatly appreciated. We can never have too many volunteers so if any member feels they can contribute in some form or other please contact the club. MEDICAL TEAM The Medical team had another busy year this season, with several players requiring ongoing treatment and support. The diagnosis and treatment provided to players is first class and we thank again Craig King for the professional job he did with the playing group. We look forward to Craig continuing his role as head physio in 2018. Thank you to Doctor Kent Morison for his support and involvement and we look forward to continuing working with you in season 2018. We would also like to acknowledge Dr Peter Honey who is always available to assist referrals or treatment for players and Dr Ross Radic who helped a few of our players with knee and shoulder operations. Tanya Ferguson continued her great work as Head Trainer ensuring there were trainers at training sessions and on match days to provide appropriate injury prevention and management for players. The work that Tanya does for our playing group is greatly appreciated. The players have enormous respect for the medical staff and the time that they dedicate during the week and match days to ensure the club has a healthy playing list. To Lee Parker and the SKG team again came to the rescue when players required scans. We thank you for your continued support in assisting our players with any medical imaging that is required. The partnership with SKG Radiology is something that the clubs medical team, players and coaches are all thankful for, and the club is looking forward to continuing working with you in 2018 and beyond. TRAINERS Tanya was supported by an enthusiastic and dedicated group of professional trainers. There were some new faces this year and we say very big thank you to all who attend training sessions, match day and rehab sessions. These very special people are Alby Hawkins, Mike Bailey, Britney Miltrup, Rodney Reynolds, David Graham, Tayla Collins, Cam Cody, Taylor Blake, Jean-Luc Sulon, Tori O’Meara, Dayna Fimmano, Maddison Oudman, Zac Harvey, Callum Reynolds, Luke Du Preez & Marissa Lawrence


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CSES ESPERANCE GAME

To the senior playing group (League and Reserves), it is a credit to each and every player within our group, of the total commitment and buy in that you put in at the start of the program from November to all the way to the Grand Finals. To have 2 teams in Grand Finals is an amazing achievement by all players involved and we are lucky as a club to have you put on the Subiaco jumper every week. The things that you have achieved this season, puts the club in a strong position not only in 2018 but for future years.

This year the club return to Esperance to play Claremont in Round 17, the first time since 2011.

The Reserves side, we again proved that the depth and talent is strong not only making another final series, but taking it further by winning the Premiership. To have half to group that come through our colt’s program that had minimal success in the wins columns, to continue to do the hard yards to improve your football is a credit to you all. This year, every player made an impact on the field with every player on our list playing either league or reserves football, this is a huge positive for the club and making it an exciting time to be involved for 2018. Congratulations to Corey Adamson, Bailey Matera, Dylan Nelson, Simon Parry, Rowen Powell & Tim Sutherland making their club League debuts this season and to Liam Baker, Michael Braut, Adam Creeper, Damon Guiness, Angus Litherland, Daniel Perkins and Ryan Vermeersch making their WAFL debut in 2017. Again, we were represented the WAFL state side well, with 8 players being selected in the initial squad. Kyal Horsley, who captained the side, Clancy Wheeler who was Vice Captain, Jordan Lockyer, Leigh Kitchin, Lachlan Delahunty and Corey Adamson, well done to you all for being selected in the side and to be involved in the team that broke a 100+ year drought by beating the Vic’s in Victoria. Well done to Brayden Ainsworth for being selected in the All Australian squad post the championships, Kyron Hayden & Ben Miller, all being involved in the WA State 18’s program this season for being selected in the All Australian squad post the championships. Milestones this season saw Kyal Horsley & Chris Phelan become Life Members of the club playing their 150th games. Outstanding achievement by both players who have accomplished a lot within their time at the club so far. Adam Cockie played his 100th game in the Grand Final, a career with the club that extends back to his debut in 2008 and a 4-year stint away from the WAFL with the Sandringham Dragons. Congratulations to Craig Hoskins, Lachlan Delahunty, Leigh Kitchin, Aaron Heal and Jordan Lockyer for playing their 50th league game for the club. To Wayde Twomey, if 2017 was your last season of WAFL football we congratulate you on a wonderful career and thank you for the contribution you have made to our club, a 2-time Premiership player with the lions and a leader and a mate amongst all the playing group and everyone involved at the club.

On Friday our players had a light Captain’s Run before setting up for the Auskick Clinic. We saw up to 100+ of the next group of Esperance footballers participate in the Auskick Gala day. Our players, Matt Debarro & Gemma Harrison helped coordinate and run the skill drills. Post the session the players were made available to hand out and to sign posters for all the Auskickers. On game day, some of the best talented Under 21 players within the Esperance Region participated in the curtain raiser. The conditions were gusty, but it was a highly skilled contest and the talent pool is strong in the region. Thank you to all the coaches, players, trainers and umpires that helped coordinate this fixture and to make themselves available during the school holidays. Post the League game saw the first women’s game held in Esperance. An Esperance combined team took on a travelling combined Goldfields team. Thank you to Gemma Harrison for making this game possible, it was a great initiative to hopefully see more women games in the Esperance region. Finally, a big thank you to the organising committee in Annie Boast, Murray Sheer & Shane Tobin, all the amazing volunteer staff and the Esperance community in making this weekend a wonderful experience for our club. STAFF To the Directors, Coaches, Football Operations Committee and all club staff that we work with daily, thank you for your support throughout the year, it is much appreciated. Well done and thank you to Michael Farmer who took over as Talent Manager this season. Your work you have been doing our talent programs has been great and look forward to continuing working with you closely in 2018. A special thank you to Peter Capes for your ongoing support to the football department, allowing us to implement our program to its full potential. After returning back to the WAFL Grand Final & winning a Reserves Premiership, clubs can sometimes become complacent, but we can assure you that with have continuing to be productive and investigating opportunities to ensure the long-term success of the club. We will continue to provide opportunities to players to transition through our talent pathway, together with recruiting specific players and coaches to complement our game plan. We will also be putting forward strongly the club’s views on a number of matters the WAFL has on its Agenda. Finally, to our loyal supporters and members your support is greatly appreciated and importantly we encourage you to continue your support as we strive to go one better next season and regain and retain the WAFL Premierships in season 2018.

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Talent Development and Country Servicing Report Following the end of the 2016 season, the Talent Development Committee along with Football Operations group undertook a mass review of the clubs talent development portfolio. In this Michael Farmer Russell Smith review we focused on the colts and talent programs, the talent pathway and our coach education programs. From this forum, we identified three key themes that will drive our efforts moving forward. They were; 1. People: Create a framework where can ensure we attract, retain, develop and promote the best coaches and support staff.

Our Talent Development Squads started their training earlier than in previous years which had a positive impact on the 3 year levels. With a heavy focus on skill fundamental development, the extra time allowed for players develop further in the talent environment. The Year 9’s and 10’s were introduced to the basics of the Subiaco game style under the influence and assistance from our Coach Coordinator in Andrew Lockyer. The results from the Talent Carnival reflected the postive changes made to the program while the commitment and hard work of our coaching group showed the development and improvement in all players in the program. The Subiaco Football Club and the Talent Development Program would like to acknowledge the oustanding and valuable support of the following sponsors in the 2017 Season: • AE Hoskins and Sons (Major Sponsor of the Colts and

Talent Development Program)

2. Talent Progression: Fast-track our talent by creating individual development plans for every player involved at the club as well as developing a consistent approach to what we do.

• Paul Harris (Game Day Sponsor)

3. Program & Operational Excellence: Build a strong foundation to ensure our programs continue to be best in class.

• Ladies

I am pleased that since this meeting we have made significant progress in all three areas and are confident that it has built a foundation that will ensure continued success.

The first major initiative was the appointment of Beau Wardman as Colts Coach in 2017. Beau brought a level of professionalism and passion that echoed through the coaching and support staff from day one. With help from his assistant coaches in Richard Dennis, Grant Edmunds and Scott Stanton, the colts program saw a significant evolution in every aspect to become a truly elite program. This was further confimred with Beau winning the 2017 WAFL coach of the year award.

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Improvements were made in our Welfare and Leadership program managed by Andrew Dawe that allowed players to be monitored on and off the field. Our medical and conditioning staff were once again oustanding with their treatment of players and preparation for the 2017 season.

Our Regional Academies continue to improve thanks to the tireless hard work, dedication and commitment of our local Coaches. Esperance have set up a functioning Academy in partnership with the EDFA under the direction of their committee made up of Carl Newman, Jimmy Gray, Brett Crawford, Glen Quinlivan, Stuart Tholstrup and Kinglsey Hutchinson. Mark Paparone heads up the Kalgoorlie Academy which will continue to develop. The Club is thankful to have such enthusiastic and commited people in place to develop EDFA, GFL and Subiaco players.

Under the direction of Beau and his coaching staff, the program saw onfield success in the first half of the season and evidence of the changes were instilling a confidence in the playing group and the program. Brayden Ainsworth, Kyron Hayden and Ben Miller were not only selected in the State 18’s squad, but were invited to the AFL National Draft Combine held in October. Wil Hickmott, Tristan Hobley and Xavier Peacock were selected in the State 17’s pogram due to their performances in the early half of the season. It was a fantastic achievement for all six players. The Colts won eight games in 2017 signalling their improvement and understanding of the program put in place for them by our quality coaching staff. Mike Pannell, coached the 16’s with Thomas Lowndes and they were ably assisted by Stuart Page and Phil Faraone. The players in this program were able to see the change in direction through the Lion’s Pride program which served as a transition program for our 16’s aged players into the Colts system in readiness for 2018. Thomas Lowndes headed up this program alongside Beau Wardman and the development of these 16 year olds were evident through out the duration of the program.

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I would like to thank and congratulate the coaching and support staff from both Colts and 16’s programs for their efforts this year.

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• Topolinis Caffé (Game Day Sponsor)

Forum (Monthly Player Award and Country Scholarship Fund) - Ben Miller (Kalgoorlie) was awarded the 2017 Country Scholarship Fun)

Our Development programs were once again well serviced and represented by our two country zones in Esperance and Kalgoorlie. 50 players participated throughout the Colts, 16’s and Development programs in 2017. We are extremely grateful to the parents of these players for their support, trust and commitment to their sons football and the amount of kilometres travelled for them to perticpate in their respective programs.

Subiaco will continue to develop our relationships with our country zones into the future through visits involving player and coach education and development, watching games and talent ID and consistent communication with the local leagues and their committees. Thank you to Country Presidents Garry Giles and Murray Sheer as well as their respective administrators Rhonda Worthington and Annie Boast for their contribution to Subiaco and Country Football. In closing, I’d also take this opportunity to thank everyone who has been involved in the colts and talent programs that may not be mentioned in this report. From coaches, to runners, to managers and everyone in-between, this club would not function without your hard work. You are what makes this club great. See you in 2018.


COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT REPORT The Subiaco Football Club’s Community Engagement Program was able to recommence its full operations in metropolitan schools in 2017 at Balga Senior High School as well as our two Primary Schools Balga and North Balga. We were saddened at the end of 2016 to see Neil Arnold depart, with Neil instrumental in getting the Community Engagement Programs started. Fortunately for the Subiaco Football Club, Neil moved on to be Head of Sports Adam Cockie Department at Balga Senior High School so the relationship with the school has become stronger. This year in the Community Engagement Program we have had a strong focus towards engagement with multicultural and disengaged youth in the Subiaco District. To help further assist our ongoing efforts towards engagement, we have connected with the West Coast Eagles Adam Selwood and Kim Hannah with their Next Generation School Programs called the Naitanui Academy. The Subiaco Football Club continues to work with Balga SHS with their “Success Through Sport” program which aims to deliver a program for at risk youth in school. During 2017 the program covered a range of areas and topics with students having been formally recognised with accreditations in coaching and umpiring. One of the highlights of the program this year has been the camps. The first camp was the reintroduction of a Wheatbelt Camp in Term 2 where the boys travelled to Bruce Rock for a two-night camp. The camp included a game against Merredin Secondary College and a training night with the Bruce Rock Football Club. A big thankyou to Franz Fuchsbichler who put the boys up at the farm on the first night, and Damien Bow and the Bruce Rock Shire who arranged for the boys the use the Aquatic Centre and stay at the Bruce Rock Recreation Centre. Also, a big thankyou to Neil Arnold and Brad Stevenson, a Balga Senior High School teacher and player for Subiaco, for running the camp as well as being the bus drivers for the camp. The students will also be attending a Camp in Term 4 to our regional area Kalgoorlie where the boys will be playing two games of football and doing fun activities in the local area. This year saw the continuation of our “Learn Today… Lead Tomorrow” program in primary schools. This year the program was delivered to students in Years 4, 5 and 6 at both Balga Primary School and North Balga Primary School. Following consultation and review with the schools, the program continues to focus on literacy and numeracy base as well as teaching students’ teamwork, leadership, resilience, social-emotional skills and how to work collaboratively with others. The feedback and responses we have received from the schools have been very positive. I would like to also acknowledge and say thank you to Jesse Tippet for all his work in helping assist deliver these programs throughout the year. ABORIGINAL FOOTBALL This year has been a very exciting year for the indigenous boys & girls in the Subiaco metropolitan area as we have seen an increase in the numbers of indigenous boys and girls involved in football. We have seen significant positive impact with our engagement through schools leading to a transition of boys and girls to their local junior football clubs. I say thank

you to Len Yarran and the WADJAK Centre in their support of our programs with Welcome to the Country and dance performances throughout the year. In 2017 both the Nicky Winmar & Kirby Bentley competitions saw a massive increase in interest and subsequently more participants in both teams. In the Nicky Winmar competition we had 26 players from Subiaco represented with three boys, Tyler Brockman, Ezekiel Bolton and Tyreece Bynder picked for the WA Kickstart Team that played in Blacktown Sydney and ended up winning the championships with a win over Queensland. All three boys were also picked in the Boomerangs Team (All Australian Indigenous Team) which is a massive achievement so well done to Tyler, Ezekiel and Tyreece. In the Kirby Bentley competition we saw the girl’s numbers increase going from two teams to three teams and having 52 girls participate. Five of the indigenous girls made it into the WA Kickstart Team that went over to Byron Bay. The ended up taking out the championship with a thrilling seven point win against the Northern Territory. Two of the Subiaco state players Monique Humphries and Tei-han Ryder were selected for the Woomeras (All Australian Indigenous Team). We congratulate Monique and Tei-han on their achievements. Other major events that took place throughout the year included the Nicky Winmar Carnival, Kirby Bentley Carnival and District Dreaming which was held at Barry Britton Oval connecting with the Balga Junior Football Club. Subiaco hosted a NAIDOC Round match against Perth at Leederville Oval in Round 16, where for the first time our colts players wore NAIDOC jumpers. MULTICULTURAL FOOTBALL Multicultural football saw a spike in interest throughout the Subiaco District with more players being engaged in programs across the year. District staff were active at schools in the district running a four to six week football program with the aim to engage multicultural students with Australian Rules and then assist in getting these students engaged with their local junior club. Our relationship with the Edmund Rice Centre continued to strengthen this year, with the Edmund Lions Program held at Barry Britton Oval. A big thankyou to the Edmund Rice Centre with Joe and Bella continuing our relationship and helping facilitate multicultural football in the Subiaco District. Other major events that took place in 2017 were the International Round at HBF Arena, Multicultural Gala Day at Charles Riley Reserve with eight schools and over 300 students participating from the Subiaco District giving the multicultural students the opportunity to play against other schools, Naitanui Cup and Harmony Day with the Edmund Rice Centre. So, after a very eventful and ultimately satisfying year in Community Engagement Programs in 2017, the Subiaco Football Club is very excited to look forward to 2018. With only positive feedback towards the programs that we have run so far, we are excited about the future growth of these programs and getting to work with different groups from within our zone. We look forward to the challenge of engaging with many more students whom have never been involved with football before. It continues to be a pleasure to promote the Subiaco Football Club within our district, showing all the benefits that come from being involved in our wonderful club and football as a whole. Bring on 2018.

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Member Services and Facilities Report After another successful year, it is my pleasure to provide to Subiaco members the Member Services and Facilities report for 2017, giving them an update to how the club has performed in these areas across the past 12 months. FACILITIES The major objective of this portfolio is to ensure the maintenance and upkeep of all our club buildings and associated assets.

Basil Fuller

This includes, where necessary engaging outsourced contractors but is mainly led internally by our resident team of experienced volunteers, the TRG (Tuesday Response Group). The TRG has continued to support the club to ensure our facilities are in line with the expectations of members, staff and players. A maintenance program exists for both our Leederville and Subiaco premises, with the latter in the final year of the club’s AFL operations. Our Subiaco facility remains under our official occupancy until 31st December this year. Should any redevelopment of Subiaco Oval and adjacent structures including our club be delayed into the future, the club has submitted a proposal to the West Australian Football Commission to continue out tenure with the venue operating as a function centre. Our Leederville facilities are currently being assessed for required maintenance and any upgrades planned for next year with our TRG on standby for job allocations. SUBIACO T.R.G. Our Tuesday Response Group gather each week to undertake maintenance, general repairs and any other operational assistance required at our Subiaco or Leederville facilities. Each year the group repaint the player changerooms, maintain gym equipment and support staff areas including the property and trainer’s sections as well as inspecting our facilities for other repairs or upgrades. The group enjoy a comradery of association within our club and represent many years of involvement. It was with great sadness one of our group members passed away during this season. Ray Cornford, a past player and Club Life Member, a founding member of the TRG and an experienced tradesman. To wife Pat and family, we acknowledge Ray’s contribution and involvement at this level. Ray continues to be missed by all concerned. CLUB HALL OF FAME Our exhibition of club history in the administration foyer continues to be upgraded with new memorabilia being included and other displays rotated. Club history publication; Diehards Vol. 1 (1896-1945), Diehards Vol. 2 (1946-200) and The Glory Years (2001-2010) are available

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to members at a reduced cost, individually or as a set. A great Christmas present for Subiaco supporters. COMMUNICATIONS As a service to members our website continues to be a professionally produced medium with our weekly Lions News (in season) reflecting club activities and matters of member interest. Added news and comments on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram keep up with current trends and create a club/ public forum. Further details under this heading are included in our Business Development Report. FUNCTIONS The Grand Final Luncheon highlighted our in-season activities with a full house in attendance and the popular Tim Gossage on hand as our MC. Guest speakers were current director and past club great Dwayne Lamb and former president Neil Randall. Channel Seven presenters Mark Readings and Paul Haselby also entertained the audience with their thoughts and tips on the game. The Outridge Medal Club Champion award presentation dinner was a well organised and highly entertaining event for a large attendance of players, officials and members. All listed awards for League and Reserves were presented and recipients responded accordingly. With this likely being the last Outridge Medal to be held at our spiritual home at the Subiaco Function Centre, it was a fitting occasion and Leigh Kitchin a worthy Outridge Medal winner. The Taylor Medal Fairest and Best dinner function for our colts was hosted by Michael Genovese and held at our Subiaco Function Centre. The Taylor Family was well represented with former champions Brian and Neil along with their mother Val in attendance. Brian and Neil addressed the large group of Colts who attended on their club involvement from Colts to League and State level. District, Junior and Community groups held regular functions at our Leederville facility during the year with annual presentation nights after the season. CLUB MAJOR RAFFLE This relates to the only fundraising project the club undertakes to include members. The objective is to assist our Junior Development Programs and support financially junior associated district clubs. Again, due to a positive involvement from our clubs and members, an excellent result was achieved benefitting our junior clubs, Women’s Football (Coastal Titans) and the Lions Netball teams with the distribution of $30,000 and our junior programs with a similar amount. Raffle prize donors – Bali Dynasty Resort, Engel Distribution, Driftwood Wines, Topolinis Caffe, IGA Leederville & Wembley, Loftus Recreation Centre and are thanked for the support and the underpinning of this event. Personal disappointment is registered by the lack of support by our Life Members of this project – Less than 60% were involved despite a direct follow up prior to the draw. We hope to see stronger support from Life Members and indeed all club supporters for this fundraiser in 2018.


CLUB CATERING

MEMBERSHIP

Home game catering was again operated by Topolinis Caffè, a family business specialising in Italian cuisines, providing popular footy food to members and selected menus for club events. Our thanks are recorded to Phil and Jodie Jardine for their personal involvement and interest taken at all times.

This aspect of Club operations causes concern into future years as to how we not only retain but increase our numbers. New incentives introduced will continue with our multipurpose swipe membership card including a Subi credit in our main categories and the popular ground entrance availability an option.

The Xpresso Delight Coffee station remains a member favourite, especially on cold days, and to operator Janice McKenner our thanks are recorded for your friendly and professional service. With Janice moving on after over five years of involvement at our club, we do thank her for her efforts and wish her the best into the future.

A full review of non-renewals from 2017 will be undertaken to establish reasons and apply a BACK TO SUBI response to reignite their involvement for next season. Membership Services and Facilities Committee was well served by Peter Capes, Cameron Palmer, Deb King, Elodie McFarland, Teigan Freeman and Kevan Sparks. All involved gave excellent input to the direction the club takes in event planning, member benefits, communication and operational expectations. My personal thanks are recorded for their contribution. We now look positively to 2018.

CLUB MERCHANDISE This year saw the successful launch of a new range of polo shirts and tracksuit tops. Additional official club merchandise will continue to be introduced adding to our inventory of popular club merchandise. The team store is available inside Reception at Leederville Oval or via our online shop. Teigan Freeman supervises and controls the operation and sales in this department and is always keen to assist members with their requirements. QUARTER CENTURY MEMBER FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

John

Adams

Norm

Fimister

David

Low

Ross

Shervill

Maureen

Barron

Bruce

Floyd

Maxwell

Malpass

Graham

Silverlock

Ian

Barron

Penny

Gamble

Peter

Manucci

Peter

Simmons

Paul

Barron

Steve

Garcia

Terry

McNeice

Steven

Smith

Stanley

Bessen

Euro

Gerbaz

James

Middleton

Peter

Smith

Alan

Bishop

Dennis

Gilleland

Rede

Moulton

Robyn

Snashall

William

Boekeman

Leslie

Gray

Wendy

Nelmes

Les

Snashall

Peter

Bruse

John

Grow

Ray

Nelmes

Gail

Stokes

Margaret

Button

John

Hales

Michael

Noonan

Brian

Stone

Colin

Button

Margaret

Hall

John

Nylander

Fred

Symons

Bruce

Cadee

Robert

Hall

Rob

Nylander

Val

Taylor

Thelma

Carlshausen

Pamela

Hann

Michael

Oborn

Judith

Thomas

Jean

Carmody

Christopher

Hanson

Dominic

Papalia

David

Thomas

Eric

Carmody

Gregory

Hanson

Graham

Parker

Mark

Tidmarsh

Shona

Chilton

Jan

Herron

Terry

Pearson

Neil

Tilbrook

Gary

Cleaver

Kenneth

Horton

Clive

Penaluna

Rodney

Tillotson

Geoffrey

Clegg

Rhiannan

Horton

Joe

Pistilli

Ian

Trudgen

Fred

Cottrell

Sara

Horton

Les

Popoff

Jackie

Warden

Beverley

Cottrell

Vern

Humble

Marie

Popoff

Peter

Warden

Noelene

Doohan

Jill

Kennedy

Kevin

Pow

Robert

Watts

Susan

Edwards

Bruce

King

Ian

Salt

Leslie

Wearne

Robin

Ewers

Jim

King

John

Savage

Peter

Wearne

MEMBERSHIP FIGURES CLASSIFICATION

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Full (inc pensioners)

690

671

695

662

540

672

635

532

600

691

689

Life Members

78

82

85

89

92

96

100

103

103

96

95

Members for Life

12

12

12

10

10

17

18

20

23

26

28

Country

89

104

98

86

70

96

72

68

86

90

77

Junior (inc. students)

783

625

686

538

201

360

223

165

288

274

222

Social

394

307

286

171

158

135

106

98

78

99

64

Corporate

385

391

364

294

215

200

224

224

135

127

127 145

Players

88

117

129

106

121

125

147

132

127

115

Vice Patrons

12

25

29

25

14

20

14

14

14

19

17

Honorary

171

318

375

249

50

112

102

168

168

164

236

TOTAL

2702

2652

2833

2230

1471

1833

1641

1524

1622

1701

1700

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GOLDS REPORT Subiaco Golds had another year of success. My thanks go to my Committee for their assistance during 2017. Our meetings were well attended across the year with a variety of speakers during the year including club Vice President John Martin, Coach Jarrad Schofield, Football Manager Daniel Vidovich, Cameron Palmer the new Corporate Partnership and Sales Manager and WAFL Champion Bill Ross Lockhart Walker a welcome speaker at one of our meetings. Subiaco CEO Peter Capes came to our final meeting of the year to give an update from around the club. Once again we enjoyed the company of the Ladies Forum at our meetings, it has been a good arrangement for both groups. Ron Tester did a great job in organizing the invitation to players to come along to our monthly meetings. Ron concentrated in endeavouring to get new players so they could get an understanding of what Golds do around the club. This year Golds again donated funds to the club to cover repairs and

maintenance to the player’s facilities as well as assisting with BBQ’s at the Auskick Gala Day. In September, two Golds members travelled to Kalgoorlie for the Goldfields Football League Grand Finals and presented the Subiaco Golds Medal for the Best Player in the League Grand Final as selected by the umpires. Congratulations to Ben Miller of the Railways Football Club. Our thanks go to Goldfields Football League for the way they looked after us again. My thanks go to President Mark Lawrence, CEO Peter Capes, Football Manager Daniel Vidovich and the office staff especially Elodie McFarland for her assistance with our monthly notices. Special thanks to Kevan Sparks for his help at each of our monthly meetings and also our BBQ Specialist Mike Bailey. The Golds Player of the Year was Kyal Horsley with monthly winners including Chris Phelan, Lachlan Delahunty, Leigh Kitchin, Kyal Horsley and Adam Cockie. Lotto Super numbers is our major fund raiser and to all who supported this, our grateful thanks. Thanks also to all those members who donated raffle prizes for our Dinner Meetings. To the committee and members of Golds I extend my thanks for their support and wish everyone a Happy Christmas and a successful New Year.

PPO&s REPORT Deju vu all over again. The WAFL has to fix the finals system and the aligned clubs. Rant over!! That said the Past Players, Officials and Supporters Association are once again so proud of the League team, the way they played, broke records, competed and dominated all year. Many believe the Preliminary Final where Subiaco beat South Fremantle was the real WAFL Grand Final. A massive thank you and well done Garry Underhill to Jarrad Schofield, the coaching staff and all the support staff. Once again the team in 2017 was brilliantly led by Kyal Horsley. Bring on 2018. The undoubted highlight of 2017 for me was the Premiership won by the Subiaco D-League/Reserves team. Well done to Andrew Lockyer and his support staff. This premiership is very special to our Association as we host the Reserves at half time of each home game. The win against South Fremantle was unexpected by many but was a fantastic result. Well done to all those played in the Reserves in 2017. I thank my Committee for all their hard work with the half time functions during the season. It has been great to have Vanessa, Glenn and Basil on board this year. Our half time functions are always well supported and thanks goes to all those members and supporters who purchase our lucky tickets each week and thus help support our endeavours. During 2017 we once again ran a successful Colts Quiz Night.

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Thanks to all who attended, sponsored and provided prizes for the night. When we run our Colts Quiz Night in 2018 it would be great to see a huge turnout so we can continue our work helping the Colts. One of the very enjoyable duties of the Association is supporting our State School Boys and School Girls Jumper nights. It gave me great pleasure this year to present the Jumper to the Captain of the 2017 State Schoolboys Taj Schofield, son of our senior coach. Well done and well played Taj. This year was the 13th year in a row that we have attended the Esperance Districts Grand Final Day. Terry Cochrane and Celeste Lane made presentations of Subiaco merchandise and footballs on behalf of our association and the club. It is also great to see so many Esperance boys come up and play at our mighty club. Overall a great year the loss in the League was made more bearable by the Premiership won by the D League/Reserves. My final task for 2017 is to end this report by thanking my fantastic Committee who make my job so much easier. Well done Ladies and Gents. Thanks to CEO Peter Capes, Football Manager Daniel Vidovich, Development Officer Michael Farmer, PR Man Extraordinaire Cameron Palmer, Bar Manager Paul Pisani, the Board and all the SFC staff for all the help they have given me this season. Wishing everyone a Happy and Blessed Christmas and a prosperous New Year. Go the Mighty Lions


LADIES FORUM REPORT Once again, the Ladies Forum have had a very successful year, we welcome another new member as we continue to look for new members to our group. The Ladies Forum meet the 1st Tuesday of the month for a dinner meeting. The objective of the Ladies Forum is to provide support to the Colts football players to achieve their football aspirations by fundraising for the players’ welfare fund, promoting friendships and involvement among the ladies at the football club, Sue Olcorn provision of monthly Colts player awards and financial recognition of League milestone players. The winner of the Ladies Forum scholarship for 2017 was Ben Miller from Kalgoorlie. Ben was selected to play for Western Australia in the under 18s and has also been trying for the AFL Draft. Congratulations Ben and all the best in your future football. Thank you to the Ladies Forum Committee and members for all your help and support this year. They are always willing to help whether it’s selling raffle tickets, cooking, selling our produce at the annual cake stall, bring or make salads and sweets for our dinner meetings when required. A special thank you to our Secretary Dee, Treasurer Jean, and the ladies who arrive early

for the Colts game to select the player for that game. This year the Ladies Forum awarded a trophy at the Taylor Medal Presentation Night for the most consistent player throughout the year, this was awarded to Thomas EdwardsBaldwin. Congratulations to Thomas on behalf of the members. Thank you to the Colts Coach, Beau Wardman and Michael Farmer for all your help, Basil Fuller for organising the Raffle and prizes. Thank you to parents that came to watch and support the colts also buying the raffle tickets regularly. To Mark Lawrence and the Board of Directors, Peter Capes thank you for your support. Thank you to the staff and office staff, I appreciate all the help and guidance you have given over the football season. Thank you, Ross Lockhart, President, committee and members, for your support. Congratulations to the Reserves on winning the Grand Final and to Jarrad Schofield the Senior Coach along with all the other coaches and players we wish you a successful 2018, good luck. Finally, it is with sadness that I announce that I will be retiring from the Ladies Forum after 17 years. I must travel from Merredin and it has become harder and harder. I have enjoyed every moment of my time with the club and wish them all the best in the future. Have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

LIFE MEMBERS REPORT The Life Members Dinner for 2017 was highlighted with two new members being officially welcomed to the group and receiving their Life Member Badges. At last year’s Annual General Meeting, Bret Hutchinson Paul Miller both Bret Hutchinson and Paul Miller successfully saw their nomination for life membership passed becoming the two newest members to one of Subiaco’s most exclusive clubs.

VALE The Subiaco Football Club lost one Life Member this year with their recognition honoured at the Outridge Medal Presentation Dinner. RAY CORNFORD – LIFE MEMBER Ray played 28 games for Subiaco during 1954 and 1955 and remained involved with the football club until his passing early in 2017. Ray was inducted into the Subiaco Hall of Fame in 1985. He was instrumental in the former of the TRG and was a member of the group since its inception.

The Life Member Dinner was held on Friday May 19th, with over 40 of the 95 living life members on hand to see Miller receive his badge, with Hutchinson an apology for the event being represented by former teammate and great mate, Kevan Sparks. Miller’s contribution to Subiaco saw him play 213 club games across all three grades, including 104 league games between 1992 and 1998. Miller continued to assist the talent and development programs following his retirement being a hands on figure around the club. Hutchinson’s contribution to Subiaco saw him play 105 league games between 1987 and 1993 including being a member of the 1988 premiership side. Hutchinson was the best first year player in 1987 and remained involved as a runner and assistant coach following retirement. Hutchinson continues to be actively involved on the Board of Directors for Subiaco.

Ray Cornford

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League Coach Report As senior coach I will always look back on the 2017 season with a sense of great pride towards how the entire Subiaco Football Club approached and achieved during a challenging year. The attitude and commitment of our playing squad and the ongoing desire to produce the best culture in the WAFL was on display across the season. It is my belief our passion towards improving ourselves as individuals and as Jarrad Schofield a team is the driving force in our ability to consistently contend for premierships, what we all are involved in this game to achieve. Going into the 2017 season we knew that we would face a number of challenges as one of the benchmark clubs in the WAFL and starting the year with a loss to South Fremantle in round one was the first test of resilience in this group. To rebound from this loss and win 19 straight games, not losing again during the home and away season, showed that this group was full of resilience and great character. This winning streak was even more impressive when you consider the long term injuries we suffered during the year. At various points during the win streak we lost Kyal Horsley, Chris Phelan, Clancy Wheeler, Aaron Heal, Angus Litherland, Declan Jackson, Hayden Kennedy, Kyle Halligan and Joel Latham to injury, yet each week the 22 that represented the club found a way to keep winning. This resilience was again shown during the finals as after losing the first final to Peel and facing the pressure of a straight sets finals exit, the playing group performed outstandingly in the Preliminary final to progress through to a fourth consecutive Grand Final.

I congratulate both Kyal and Chris on achieving 150 games with the club. ONGOING DEVELOPMENT It was pleasing during the 2017 season to see our commitment towards the development of players in our club reap strong rewards. Whether it was players joining our club or players who had been in our system for a number of years, we saw a number of individuals take great steps forward in their development this year. We debuted 13 new league players in 2017 and all those that debuted had a positive impact on our playing group and were important contributors to our season. In our debutants we saw players who have progressed through from our colts and development programs to play Senior football in 2017 including Michael Braut, Adam Creeper and Ryan Vermeersch. Other players who came to our club this year including Corey Adamson, Liam Baker, Damon Guiness, Angus Litherland, Bailey Matera, Dylan Nelson, Simon Parry, Daniel Perkins, Rowen Powell and Tim Sutherland all showed commitment to our values, bought into our system and culture, helping contribute to our team success this year. Likewise it was pleasing to see the hard work of Matt Bogensperger, Chris Bryan, Greg Clark, James Garcia and Max Walters rewarded with more opportunities at senior football in 2017. I believe our commitment to developing our players will continue to see the club improve on field in 2018 and beyond. D-LEAGUE

The Grand Final result was not what we as a group and you as a supporter base wanted, however I maintain that I cannot be prouder of how my team performed on Grand Final day.

Congratulations to Andrew Lockyer and the D-League boys on their achievements during 2017 and ensuring the club celebrated another premiership victory.

It was a gutsy, determined, committed performance that was only let down by some poor kicking on goal. All Grand Final losses do hurt, however we could not question the character, resilience and heart of all the players that pulled on a Subiaco jumper on Grand Final day.

This group also showed great resilience during the year. At one stage they lost five games in a row, yet remained committed and by the end of the season had won a memorable Grand Final in a match they were considered heavy underdogs.

DEFINING MOMENTS There were three games that I believe highlighted the character of the group, strength of our leadership group and showed this resilience that defined our year. One of the great memories of the year was our win over Peel at Mandurah in Round 12. A back and forth contest in the last quarter a number of times the boys willed themselves to win the game. Kyal Horsley’s game winning goal was a momentous way to end a great win. The other two games saw us honour two great clubmen, Kyal Horsley and Chris Phelan in style. Against South Fremantle in round nine, with the chance to atone for our earlier season loss, playing in our captain Kyal Horsley’s 150th game, our attack on the contest was outstanding and we

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recorded a memorable win. A week later in Chris Phelan’s 150th game to have Chris go down to injury and see his teammates will themselves to a win against East Fremantle showed the resilience and spirit that defined our year.

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To think back to this young group early in pre-season, a lot of work was needed to be done by individuals and as a team to embrace our game style and their individual requirements. Across the year, they all committed and to see the hard work rewarded on Grand Final day was pleasing. As a club we have continued to focus on developing through our development and colts program, to see the majority of our Reserves premiership team who have come through our Colts system shows that this focus is paying dividends for the club. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Congratulations to the eight players who were named in the WA State team this year and congratulations to Kyal Horsley who captained WA to a historic win over Victoria. To Clancy Wheeler who was vice-captain of the state side, this is another deserved achievement.


Congratulations to Outridge Medal winner Leigh Kitchin, this was a fitting reward for a consistent year. To all other award winners at the Outride Medal night congratulations on your individual achievements. To other players who celebrated milestones in 2017, Adam Cockie with 100 games, Lachlan Delahunty, Aaron Heal, Craig Hoskins, Leigh Kitchin and Jordan Lockyer with 50 Subiaco games each we thank you for the contribution to the club. To Beau Wardman and the Colts support teams we appreciate your efforts in developing this area of the club. This has been another focus area in the past 12 months and has seen positive benefit early on. To win the Rodriguez Shield in 2017 shows that the steps we have made towards development are setting the club up for future success. Winning this trophy is testament to all players, coaches and support staff across a long season.

To my assistant and support coaches Steve Wasley, Nigel Hamilton, Paul Vines and Wayne Orsi; my strength and conditioning team; my medical team and all other support staff and volunteers I thank you for your commitment and passion for our club across the year. You all have played a vital role in our players being able to perform to their best ability each week. To Peter Capes, Daniel Vidovich and the remainder of the administration staff thanks for your support of the football program. To my family including my wife Bec, thanks for your ongoing support to me in allowing me to coach this football club. Finally to our supporters and members, thanks for your unwavering support for our club across a challenging year. We look forward to feeding off your support and energy again in 2018 as we embark on what we hope will be a successful season.

LEAGUE LADDER POS

TEAM

PLAYED

WON

LOST

DRAW

PTS FOR

PTS AGST PERCENT

1

Subiaco

20

19

1

0

2061

1267

162.67%

76

2

South Fremantle

20

16

4

0

2258

1419

159.13%

64

3

Peel Thunder

20

12

8

0

1479

1332

111.04%

48

4

Swan Districts

20

10

10

0

1470

1662

88.45%

40

5

West Perth

20

10

10

0

1594

1832

87.01%

40

6

East Perth

20

9

11

0

1656

1604

103.24%

36

7

Claremont

20

8

12

0

1641

1596

102.82%

32

8

East Fremantle

20

3

17

0

1418

2054

69.04%

12

9

Perth

20

3

17

0

1432

2243

63.84%

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RESERVES COACH REPORT

Andrew Lockyer

2017 was a season with many interesting moments that ultimately ended with positive results. The year started with a welcomed approach from the club to provide me with the opportunity to be involved in club land again. The role outlined had a two-fold approach, one to be involved with the development of players in the senior squad who had been at the club 2 or less years and the second to head up an Academy for our coaches outside of our senior program - to provide a program of coaching the coaches.

The main focus for our football development program was increasing skill development, game sense and mental preparation to ready as many players as possible for senior selection. Our ultimate aim is to provide future 100 game players for the club. DEVELOPMENT One of the non-football goals was to provide education and assistance to the younger players outside of football. To assist in the development of this part of the program the club was fortunate to engage the services of Kellie Properjohn who is the Assistant Deputy Commissioner of Police. Kellie became an integral part of the program as she provided the outside resource for the players to confide in for any situation, personal or public. Kellie also ran the resilience segment of the program, aiming to provide a skill set for our younger players to deal with the up and down nature of the game. I believe at the end of the program we achieved a majority of the goals we set and the foundation has now been set to improve on the program in the coming years. I would like to thank Kellie for her invaluable input and contribution to the development of the clubs younger players. The season started well for our playing group winning 3 of our first four games and sitting second on the ladder. Unfortunately we then hit a very large speed bump and lost the next five games. Injuries through the club and some players deciding that the commitment required at this level was too great, meant we were somewhat forced to play every player on our list during this time. While this made it hard to get continuity with the playing group, it did allow us to expose all of our players to at least one game. After this period we managed to get our season back on an even keel to the extent that we gave ourselves an opportunity to play finals. To achieve this though, we would need to win at least two of our last three games. Our thought process was it would be great if we could expose our young group to a finals game as the majority of our group had come through our colts system, which prior to this year had been starved of any success. Some had played Colts during the 2016 season where they had only won, one game. Football is a game of opportunity and we were lucky enough to have some results go our way, allowing us to finish the regular season in third spot. This now gave us the opportunity to play in at least two finals games. Throughout the finals series our players were great, each played their role and it culminated in a Grand Final appearance against South Fremantle who had definitely been the best team throughout the regular season.

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GRAND FINAL RECAP The Grand Final saw a group of players totally focused on getting the job done, by just playing their individual role within the team. We had Greg Clark and Chris Bryan miss out on a League Grand Final appearance, but instead of feeling sorry for themselves they were magnificent contributors on the day. Dylan “Chubby” Clarke was outstanding on the day kicking 5 goals and being adjudged best on ground. James Garcia was our Captain through the final series and I thought his leadership through actions was nothing short of outstanding on the day. As mentioned every player played their role and for some it was the little things that made the difference, such as Nick Menegola who didn’t have too many touches but he made two team saving smothers in the last quarter which potentially stopped South’s from getting back into the game. There is something I could mention about every player on the day, but all in all it was a complete team effort. I would like to say how proud I am of this group of young men and how they responded from some pretty tough times to get success was outstanding. APPRECIATION Success on the field just doesn’t happen without great support from the off field. To Martine, Robbie and Matt who were my coaches and friends for the year, I thank you so very much for your support. All three put in a mountain of work in trying times with their own work situations. To Peter Capes, Mark Lawrence and the board of Directors, thank you for giving me an opportunity to be involved with the club and being back in club land. To Daniel Vidovich, thank you for the support in your role, but more importantly for being a great person who is always there for the support of the individual. To Chad, Jake, Callum and Steve thank you for all your help on Saturday, you all certainly played your role and success is a team effort and you were all as much a part of it as anyone else. To all the training staff thank you for the support and caring of our playing group. At times it can be challenging but you did a great job in getting the players up and about for the right time of the year To Steve, Nigel and Paul, thank you for your support throughout the year. We had some long nights but I must say you are one of the most professional, dedicated group of people I have met and the club is lucky to have all three involved. You are also three really good blokes. To Jarrad, thank you for all your support. Certainly this year I have learned such a lot and I have been super impressed at how good a coach you are. Your dedication, commitment and drive is certainly as good as I have seen and I believe Subiaco are certainly fortunate to have you as their Senior Coach. A big thank you goes to my wife Michelle. Without her support I couldn’t do the things I want to do and I know she sacrifices so much and I feel so lucky to have her. To the player group, League and Reserves, thank you for allowing me to be a part of what I see is a fantastic group of individuals. You sometimes don’t appreciate from outside, the work and commitment that goes into making a team great and I certainly got a taste of that this year. Once again thank you to the Subiaco Football Club for the opportunity. Stay safe and I certainly hope to see you all in the future.


RESERVES LADDER POS

TEAM

PLAYED

WON

LOST

DRAW

PTS FOR

PTS AGST PERCENT

1

South Fremantle

20

16

4

0

1816

1152

157.64%

64

2

Claremont

20

14

6

0

1516

1306

116.08%

56

3

Subiaco

20

11

9

0

1760

1480

118.92%

44

4

Perth

20

11

9

0

1561

1674

93.25%

44

5

Swan Districts

20

10

10

0

1454

1319

110.24%

40

6

East Fremantle

20

9

11

0

1487

1520

97.83%

36

7

Peel Thunder

20

7

13

0

1290

1982

65.09%

28

8

West Perth

20

6

14

0

1371

1594

86.01%

24

9

East Perth

20

6

14

0

1365

1593

85.69%

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COLTS COACH REPORT Our vision some twelve months ago was to implement a program which centered on improving each players footballing capability by developing the person and challenging our ambitions and values to become better versions of ourselves. We have witnessed great growth in the confidence, communication and drive of the players, a strong unity between staff and players and most of all an enjoyment in the game. Beau Wardman

Our players, I want to acknowledge their efforts throughout the year. I am so proud of this group, their growth, their positive attitude and their unity. The humour and camaraderie in the group made it a pleasure to be at training and the bond between the players demonstrates why people enjoy, and want to be at the Subiaco Football Club. However, it was their dedication to seek improvement on and off the field which yielded greater results in 2017.

To the people behind the players, coaches and staff, the parents, families and supporters who give up their time to support our football pursuits, it can be a selfish game at times, but without your support it would not be possible. I would like to acknowledge our Talent Manager – Michael Farmer. Also, new to the role this year Michael has quickly established a professional approach to our development programs working closely with the coaches and players to ensure we have one of the most productive development programs in the WAFL.

OPPORTUNITIES

To the board and the club administration, led by Mark Lawrence as President and Peter Capes, CEO, thank you for the opportunity to join the Subiaco Football Club this year and take charge of this terrific group of young men. Also our major sponsor AE Hoskins & Sons, Paul Harris, Topolinis and the Ladies Forum, thanks largely to president Sue.

Some 55 players had an opportunity to play at Colts’ level this year, 29 for the first time. We also had strong representation from our Esperance and Kalgoorlie country zone players. In addition, the Lions Pride academy launched with a full program of games and development opportunities for the next wave of colts’ players.

Russell Smith, as our Talent and Country director, who have provided great support with your vision for the programs and expertise and experience across roles within the club – we know there is still work to do, but we are on the right direction to ensure the long-term playing viability and continued on-field success of the Subiaco Football Club.

We understand that our success and improvements can’t be easily quantified, however to win eight games this year on the back of the previous few seasons, to reduce our season average losing margin to only 20-points, and losing 4 games by less than two goals, shows how competitive we were for longer periods.

Jarrad Schofield, as senior coach thank you for your assistance in guiding the program but more so your mentorship, it was greatly appreciated. Also, Dan Vidovich, footy manager your guidance and support as ensured greater integration and transition for all involved with the colts program. Well done to Andrew Lockyer in steering the D-League to the Premiership this year, but also laying the foundations for the club to build upon as coaching coordinator.

Although unable to break into the top 5 by seasons end, we have been encouraged by a number of players ready to transition into Senior football. Subiaco has had sustained success over the last couple of decades at senior level and I am confident our transitioning players will contribute to sustaining this success in the years to come. I wish these players all the best with their football and life’s journey. The buy in from players from day one of pre-season was in large part due to the positive learning environment created by all our coaches. With a strong focus on preparing the players for senior football and educating them on the standards required at that level, Our assistant and development coaches brought with them a wealth of knowledge from a variety of backgrounds and their ability to pass this onto the players was first class. APPRECIATION To Scott Stanton, Grant Edmunds, Richard Dennis, Garry Addison, and Tom Lowndes I wish to thank you for your time during the year. Our entire staff team put in an enormous amount of time and effort, our medical team Sarah Harris, Kristelle Graus and Scott Flood with their team of trainers. Matt Olds who led the Strength and Conditioning this year, ensuring the players were fitter and stronger than they have been previously.

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As we are all aware, volunteers are the heart and soul of any football club. I would like to acknowledge the support staff that assisted the Colts in 2017. To Troy Halligan, Andrew Dawe, Trevor Garrett, Gemma Miller, Tim Stobart, Rod Jenkins, Ted Leunig, Daniel Hatch, Bridgette Weller-Brown and Micky & Albs in the property room - thanks very much for all your efforts.

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ACHIEVEMENTS A special mention to the following colts players on their personal achievements in 2017: Liam Hickmott in winning the Taylor Medal, a student of the game, showing the required consistency and effort in your training which was replicated in games. State 18s - Brayden Ainsworth, Kyron Hayden and Ben Miller State 17s - Wil Hickmott, Tristan Hobley and Xavier Peacock WAFL Colts Team of the Year - Liam Connolly and Christian Martin. Our leadership group, led by Liam Connolly set a high standard on and off the field. Your dedication to improving yourselves and the group is to be commended and I know you will continue to live the club values as senior footballers. Good luck to all players in your endeavours over the coming years, I look forward to watching your progress closely. Also to Brayden, Kyron and Ben, good luck at the upcoming AFL draft. Thanks and we look positively ahead towards 2018.


COLTS LADDER POS

TEAM

PLAYED

WON

LOST

DRAW

PTS FOR

PTS AGST PERCENT

1

East Fremantle

20

14

6

0

1413

922

153.25%

56

2

Claremont

20

13

7

0

1348

944

142.8%

52

3

Swan Districts

20

12

7

1

1179

1176

100.26%

50

4

Peel Thunder

20

11

8

1

1371

1076

127.42%

46

5

East Perth

20

11

9

0

1397

1229

113.67%

44

6

Subiaco

20

8

12

0

1191

1275

93.41%

32

7

South Fremantle

20

8

12

0

1185

1369

86.56%

32

8

West Perth

20

8

12

0

1039

1464

70.97%

32

9

Perth

20

4

16

0

912

1580

57.72%

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VOLUNTEERS & SUPPORT STAFF SENIOR COACH, SUPPORT STAFF & VOLUNTEERS

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COLTS COACH & SUPPORT STAFF

League Coach

Jarrad

Schofield

Coach

Beau Wardman

Assistant Coach

Nigel

Hamilton

Assistant Coach

Grant Edmunds

Assistant Coach

Paul

Vines

Assistant Coach

Richard Dennis

Assistant Coach

Steve

Wasley

Assistant Coach

Scott Stanton

Director of Coaching

Wayne

Orsi

Development Coach

Tom Lowndes

Development Coach

Ryan

Redfern

Coaches Assistant

Gemma Lockyer

Development Coach Assistant

Todd

Holmes

Team Manager

Troy Halligan

Development Coach Assistant

Shane

Paap

Runner

Tim Stobart

League Team Manager

Ron

Tester

Runner

Trevor Garrett

League Runner

Todd

Holmes

Runner

Daniel Hatch

League Runner

Anthony

Beattie

Bench Coach

Gary Addison

Reserves Coach

Andrew

Lockyer

S&C Coach

Matthew Olds

Reserves Assistant Coach

Martine

Pearman

Head Trainer

Sarah Harris

Reserves Assistant Coach

Robbie

Forrest

Head Trainer

Scott Flood

Reserves Assistant Coach

Matt

Scully

Physiotherapist

Kristelle Graus

Reserves Bench Coach

Chad

Redfern

Welfare Officer

Andrew Dawe

Reserves Team Manager

Steve

Lind

Assistant S&C

Tadgh McCarthy

League Timekeeper

Fritz

Vanirsen

Trainer

Sophie Jones

Reserves Timekeeper

James

Whelan

Trainer

Cam Fry

Property

Alby

Hawkins

Trainer

Callum Hewson

Property Assistant

Mick

Bailey

Trainer

Emily Longmuir

Statistician

Peter

Douglas

Trainer

Jack Paas

Statistician

Mal

Adamson

Trainer

William Pascoe

Statistician

Nyree

Stokes

Trainer

Nathaniel Owen

Statistician

Jeff

Hoskins

Trainer

Rhys Felton

Tribunal Advocate

Chad

Cossom

Vision

Bridgette Weller-Brown

Ground Announcer

Michael

Barr

Little League Manager

Kevin

Hill

Head Trainer

Tanya

Ferguson

Trainer

Rodney

Reynolds

Trainer

Brittany

Miltrup

Trainer

Sarah

Harris

Trainer

Taylor

Blake

Trainer

Marisa

Lawrence

Trainer

Dayna

Fimmano

Trainer

Tayla

Collins

Trainer

Cam

Cody

Trainer

Jean

Luc-Solon

Trainer

Maddie

Oudman

Trainer

Grace

Cumming

Trainer

Emma

Trainer

Alivia

Trainers Assistant

Callum

Reynolds

Trainers Assistant

David

Graham

S & C Coach

Dan

DEVELOPMENT SQAUD COACH & SUPPORT STAFF 16s Coach

Mike Pannell

16s Coach

Thomas Lowndes

16s Assistant Coaches

Stuart Page & Phil Faraone

16s S&C Coach

Matthew Olds

Year 10s Coach

Stuart Page

Year 10s Assistant Coaches

Peter Donaldson, Brian Farrell, Kevan Sparks

Year 10s Development Coaches

Phil Faraone & Adrian Murphy

Year 10s Team Manager

Ric Monteleone

Year 9s Coaches

Paul Clinch & Stuart Hobley

Year 9s Assistant Coach

James Garcia, James Hughes, Jesse Tippett, Callum Warner

Phillips

Year 9s Team Manager

Adrian Kirkpatrick

Del Basso

Year 8s Coaches

Jarrod McCauley & Matt Pannell

Year 8s Assistant Coaches

Matt Debarro, Sam Handcock, Darren Holdaway, Sam Multari

Hiscock

Year 8s Team Managers

Gary Evans & Jane Pullinger Tadgh McCarthy Emily Longmuir, Alicia Spencer, Sarah Harris, Tegan Butler

S & C Assistant

Dan

Stead

Development S&C Coach

S & C Assistant

Samantha

Devine

Trainers

S & C Assistant

Scott

Goodin

S & C Assistant

Andrew

Bailey

S & C Assistant

Brodie

Scicluna

Physio

Craig

King

Match Day Doctor

Dr Kent

Morison

Sports Doctor

Dr Simon

Jenkin

Doctor

Dr Alex

Strahan

Doctor

Dr Warren

Lilleyman

Doctor

Dr Peter

Honey

Ground Manager

Terry

Duncan

Scoreboard Attendant

Jack

Wasley

SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB

TUESDAY RESPONSE GROUP Mick Bailey Basil Fuller Chic Jackman Kevin Smythe Gerry Stokes Keith Stone Mick Symons Graeme Wilson


Senior Support Team 2017

Colts Support Team 2017

Tuesday Response Group

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2017 HONOURS SUBIACO LEAGUE DEBUTANTS

MILESTONES

Damon Guinness Player 1616 - Debut Round 1 V SF

50 SUBIACO GAMES

Angus Litherland Player 1617 - Debut Round 1 V SF Bailey Matera Player 1618 - Debut Round 1 V SF Daniel Perkins Player 1619 - Debut Round 1 V SF Rowen Powell Player 1620 - Debut Round 1 V SF Corey Adamson Player 1621 – Debut Round 2 V PE Dylan Nelson Player 1622 – Debut Round 3 V WP Liam Baker Player 1623 – Debut Round 6 V CL Michael Braut Player 1624 – Debut Round 11 V PT Adam Creeper Player 1625 – Debut Round 12 V PE

Lachlan Delahunty Aaron Heal Craig Hoskins Leigh Kitchin Jordan Lockyer 100 SUBIACO GAMES Adam Cockie 150 SUBIACO GAMES Kyal Horsley Chris Phelan

STATE REPRESENTATIVES WA STATE TEAM Kyal Horsley (WA Captain) Clancy Wheeler (WA Vice Captain) Corey Adamson Lachlan Delahunty Leigh Kitchin Jordan Lockyer WA STATE 18S Brayden Ainsworth Kyron Hayden Ben Miller WA STATE 17S

Ryan Vermeersch Player 1626 - Debut Round 16 V PE

Will Hickmott Tristan Hobley Xavier Peacock

Simon Parry Player 1627 - Debut Round 17 V CL

ALL AUSTRALIAN

Tim Sutherland Player 1628 - Debut Round 17 V CL

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WA STATE 18S Brayden Ainsworth


HORSLEY & PHELAN REACH 150 Captain Kyal Horsley played his 150th game for the Subiaco Football Club in the Round 9 victory over South Fremantle. It was a fitting occasion for captain Horsley, with the popular club man among the best collecting 30 possessions and kicking three goals in his milestone game. Horsley a product of Subiaco’s regional zone, hailed from Kalgoorlie City, making his debut with the Lions back in 2007. Horsley enjoyed team success early in his time with Subiaco, a member of the Subiaco Reserves Premiership in 2007 and then a member of the Premiership team from 2008, the final year of a hat-trick of premierships for the club. Horsley’s strong and consistent form at Subiaco saw him rewarded with an AFL opportunity as a rookie selection with the Gold Coast in 2011. His strong play at Gold Coast saw him play 14 games at AFL level where he was also elevated to the senior list. Horsley returned to Subiaco in 2014, a member of the 2014 premiership side and rose to captain of the club at the commencement of 2015. Horsley would taste premiership victory in his first season as captain as Subiaco won back to back flags in 2015. As a three time premiership player, premiership captain and now 150 game player, Horsley will be regarded as one of the great Subiaco players. HORSLEY ON: HIS FIRST IMPRESSIONS

My first Subiaco training session was an eye opener. I finished the warm up and thought the session was done, I was already cramping ten minutes into the session. This sort of established how hard you had to work, it set the standard and I enjoyed that. HIS INFLUENCERS

In the early days Ben Randall, Blake Broadhurst and Mark Haynes were definitely the biggest influencers on my footy. Especially Mark Haynes, I still reiterate that he is one of the hardest working footballers I have ever met. I tried to replicate a lot of what Hayne’s did both as a footballer and a person. HIS BEST SUBIACO MOMENT

My favourite football memory to date is that 2014 Grand Final win over East Perth. We were big underdogs in that game and to get over the line, somewhat comfortably, was incredible. That really demonstrated that a team with the right structure, game plan and attitude can win on any given day.

Veteran midfielder and popular clubmen Chris Phelan played his 150th game for the Subiaco Football Club in the round 10 victory over East Fremantle. While injury caught short Phelan’s milestone match, his teammates rallied behind him, as they overcame a determined East Fremantle charge to record a hard fought win. Phelan a local product came to Subiaco from the Kingsley Junior Football Club in the heart of Subiaco’s metropolitan zone. Making his debut in 2008 Phelan took time to establish himself in a strong Subiaco side as he played one game in his first season, 10 in his second and 15 in his third season. 2011 was a breakthrough season as Phelan played in 22 of a possible 23 games, including the Grand Final loss to Claremont. After a difficult couple of seasons marred by injury across 2012 and 2013, a new coach in Jarrad Schofield was the catalyst in Phelan becoming one of the most dominant midfielders in the WAFL competition. Phelan played in back to back premierships in 2014 and 2015, claiming back to back Outridge Medals in 2015 and 2016, cementing his status as a modern great of the proud Subiaco Football Club. PHELAN ON: HIS FIRST IMPRESSIONS

I came in during the 2008 season against Peel because Daniel Chick was injured. I started the game in the backline and actually got hurt in the first five minutes, I needed a jab to finish the game so it wasn’t the greatest start. HIS INFLUENCERS

My old boy was probably one of the biggest influences as well as my biggest critic. He was my coach all throughout juniors and loved letting me know when I played a stinker. Jarrad Schofield would also have to be one due to his faith in me as a midfielder and his ongoing guidance. HIS BEST SUBIACO MOMENT

The 2014 Premiership is my favourite football memory. We were underdogs all year and when it came to the Grand Final no one really gave us a shot. It’s sort of surreal looking back on what we were able to achieve. I watch the highlights of the Grand Final every now and then and get goosebumps. CHRIS PHELAN ACHIEVEMENTS

KYAL HORSLEY

150 Games Subiaco

ACHIEVEMENTS

2015 & 2016 Outridge Medal Winner

150 Games Subiaco

2014 & 2015 League Premiership

2011 & 2014 Outridge Medal Winner

WA State Representative

2008, 2014 & 2015 League Premiership 2007 Reserves Premiership 2011 AFL Draftee WA State Representative

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LEAGUE RESULTS ROUND 1 – SOUTH FREMANTLE V SUBIACO Saturday March 18th, 4.15pm at Fremantle Oval SUBIACO SOUTH FREMANTLE

QT 2.2 6.1

HT 3.8 10.4

3QT 9.8 13.8

FINAL 11.11 (77) 17.14 (116)

GOALS: 3 L.Ryan, 2 M.Walters, 1 L.Delahunty, R.Powell, B.Matera, D.Perkins, C.Phelan, C.Wheeler BEST: L.Ryan, D.Guiness, M.Walters, J.Latham, C.Bryan ROUND 2 – SUBIACO V PERTH Saturday March 25th, 4.15pm at Leederville Oval QT 3.0 3.4

SUBIACO PERTH

HT 5.4 6.6

3QT 11.6 8.6

FINAL 13.12 (90) 10.7 (67)

OALS: 6 L.Ryan, 2 K.Horsley, C.Wheeler, R.Powell, 1 C.Bryan BEST: L.Ryan, K.Horsley, L.Kitchin, J.Garcia, D.Jackson ROUND 3 – WEST PERTH V SUBIACO Saturday April 1st, 2.15pm at Arena Joondalup QT 4.2 3.2

SUBIACO WEST PERTH

HT 7.4 8.6

3QT 12.5 10.8

FINAL 13.9 (87) 11.10 (76)

GOALS: 5 B.Sokol, 2 L.Ryan, 1 L.Kitchin, B.Matera, D.Nelson, C.Phelan, C.Wheeler, B.Stevenson BEST: B.Sokol, L.Kitchin, M.Walters, A.Heal, C.Phelan ROUND 4 – SUBIACO V PEEL Saturday April 8th, 12.05pm at Leederville Oval QT 2.5 0.4

SUBIACO PEEL

HT 7.9 3.6

3QT 9.12 7.7

FINAL 11.16 (82) 10.7 (67)

GOALS: 2 L.Ryan, B.Sokol, 1 L.Kitchin, D.Nelson, B.Fimmano, C.Phelan, K.Horsley, J.Latham, B.Stevenson BEST: C.Phelan, C.Hoskins, B.Sokol, W.Twomey, J.Lockyer ROUND 5 – SUBIACO V EAST PERTH Friday April 14th, 4.15pm at Leederville Oval QT 4.6 2.2

SUBIACO EAST PERTH

HT 11.6 4.3

3QT 16.12 4.6

FINAL 20.15 (135) 6.8 (44)

ROUND 6 – CLAREMONT V SUBIACO Saturday April 22nd, 2.15pm at East Fremantle Oval QT 1.2 4.3

HT 4.5 4.5

3QT

7.7 6.7

FINAL 15.10 (100) 6.9 (45)

GOALS: 5 L.Ryan, 3 B.Sokol, 2 L.Baker, 1 L.Kitchin, M.Walters, C.Wheeler, C.Hoskins, C.Phelan BEST: C.Phelan, L.Ryan, J.Lockyer, W.Twomey, K.Horsley, L.Baker ROUND 8 – SWAN DISTRICTS V SUBIACO Saturday May 6th, 2.15pm at Bassendean Oval SUBIACO SWAN DISTRICTS

QT 3.5 1.1

HT 7.9 3.2

3QT

12.14 5.5

FINAL 15.19 (109) 6.9 (45)

GOALS: 5 B.Stevenson, 3 L.Baker, 1 L.Ryan, B.Sokol, M.Bogensperger, C.Wheeler, L.Kitchin, K.Horsley, A.Cockie BEST: K.Horsley, L.Delahunty, L.Baker, B.Stevenson, A.Heal ROUND 9 – SUBIACO V SOUTH FREMANTLE Saturday May 13th, 2.15pm at Leederville Oval SUBIACO SOUTH FREMANTLE

QT 5.3 2.0

HT 11.6 6.1

3QT 17.10 9.3

FINAL 19.13 (127) 14.4 (88)

GOALS: 4 L.Ryan, L.Baker, 3 K.Horsley, B.Sokol, 2 C.Wheeler, B.Stevenson, 1 M.Walters BEST: C.Adamson, L.Baker, A.Heal, B.Stevenson, K.Horsley ROUND 10 – SUBIACO V EAST FREMANTLE Saturday May 20th, 2.15pm at Leederville Oval SUBIACO EAST FREMANTLE

QT 1.6 0.3

HT 6.10 3.6

3QT 9.15 9.10

FINAL 15.18 (108) 11.11 (77)

GOALS: 4 L.Ryan, 3 M.Walters, 2 B.Sokol, C.Wheeler, 1 L.Baker, K.Horsley, C.Hoskins, A.Cockie BEST: C.Adamson, L.Kitchin, K.Horsley, B.Sokol, L.Baker ROUND 11 – PEEL V SUBIACO Saturday June 3rd, 2.15pm at Rushton Park SUBIACO PEEL

QT 3.4 3.1

HT 8.7 5.4

3QT 8.10 8.7

FINAL 12.15 (87) 12.11 (83)

GOALS: 3 C.Wheeler, 2 B.Sokol, L.Baker, D.Nelson, 1 M.Walters, L.Ryan, K.Horsley BEST: C.Wheeler, K.Horsley, S.Hancock, M.Braut, L.Kitchin ROUND 12 – PERTH V SUBIACO Saturday June 10th, 2.15pm at Lathlain Park SUBIACO PERTH

QT 4.6 4.1

HT 12.10 5.3

3QT 17.14 6.6

FINAL 22.18 (150) 11.9 (75)

GOALS: 5 C.Wheeler, 3 M.Walters, 2 B.Sokol, L.Delahunty, K.Horsley, 1 M.Braut, L.Kitchin, L.Baker, D.Perkins, D.Nelson, A.Cockie, L.Ryan, S.Hancock BEST: C.Wheeler, W.Twomey, L.Kitchin, A.Creeper, J.Lockyer ROUND 13 – SUBIACO V EAST PERTH Saturday June 17th, 2.15pm at Leederville Oval SUBIACO EAST PERTH

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QT 3.2 5.2

HT 4.9 7.3

3QT 9.11 7.5

SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB

ROUND 15 – WEST PERTH V SUBIACO Saturday July 1st, 2.15pm at Arena Joondalup SUBIACO WEST PERTH

FINAL 14.14 (98) 10.6 (66)

QT 1.2 1.5

HT 3.6 1.6

3QT 4.9 3.8

FINAL 6.11 (47) 4.12 (36)

GOALS: 2 L.Ryan, C.Adamson, 1 B.Sokol, A.Creeper BEST: A.Heal, G.Clark, J.Joyce, J.Latham, A.Cockie ROUND 16 – SUBIACO V PERTH Saturday July 8th, 2.15pm at Leederville Oval

SUBIACO PERTH

QT 4.6 1.0

HT 9.15 3.0

3QT 14.18 5.2

FINAL 20.21 (141) 9.5 (59)

GOALS: 4 L.Ryan, 3 B.Sokol, 2 R.Vermeersch, L.Delahunty, A.Creeper, 1 J.Garcia, K.Horsley, L.Baker, A.Litherland, J.Joyce, B.Stevenson, S.Hancock BEST: L.Baker, L.Delahunty, A.Cockie, K.Horsley, G.Clark ROUND 17 – SUBIACO V CLAREMONT Saturday July 15th, 1.10pm at Ports Oval, Esperance SUBIACO CLAREMONT

QT 4.3 2.2

HT 6.6 3.4

3QT 9.9 4.7

FINAL 14.10 (94) 7.12 (54)

GOALS: 4 B.Sokol, 2 K.Horsley, 1 A.Cockie, L.Kitchin, C.Adamson, L.Delahunty, M.Walters, R.Powell, L.Ryan, J.Garcia BEST: A.Heal, A.Cockie, B.Sokol, K.Horsley, L.Kitchin ROUND 18 – PEEL V SUBIACO Saturday July 22nd, 2.40pm at Rushton Park SUBIACO PEEL

GOALS: 6 L.Ryan, 3 M.Walters, 2 B.Stevenson, B.Matera, 1 R.Powell, B.Fimmano, B.Sokol, C.Phelan, C.Wheeler, S.Hancock, K.Horsley BEST: L.Ryan, M.Walters, A.Heal, C.Phelan, C.Adamson

SUBIACO CLAREMONT

GOALS: 4 L.Ryan, 3 B.Sokol, C.Wheeler, 2 M.Walters, 1 B.Stevenson, L.Kitchin BEST: C.Wheeler, B.Sokol, J.Lockyer, A.Litherland, C.Hoskins

QT 4.4 0.0

HT 5.7 3.3

3QT 7.10 5.3

FINAL 12.14 (86) 6.4 (40)

GOALS: 4 L.Ryan, 3 L.Kitchin, 2 M.Walters, 1 B.Stevenson, S.Hancock, G.Clark BEST: L.Ryan, A.Heal, D.Jackson, K.Horsley, L.Kitchin ROUND 19 – EAST FREMANTLE V SUBIACO Saturday July 29th, 2.15pm at East Fremantle Oval SUBIACO EAST FREMANTLE

QT 5.4 2.0

HT 11.4 4.2

3QT 18.6 5.4

FINAL 19.8 (122) 9.7 (61)

GOALS: 5 L.Ryan, B.Stevenson, 2 B.Sokol, A.Cockie, 1 W.Twomey, J.Joyce, L.Delahunty, J.Garcia, L.Kitchin BEST: B.Stevenson, J.Joyce, L.Ryan, A.Cockie, W.Twomey ROUND 20 – SUBIACO V SWAN DISTRICTS Saturday August 5th, 2.15pm at Leederville Oval SUBIACO SWAN DISTRICTS

QT 2.4 2.0

HT 6.10 2.2

3QT 9.15 5.4

FINAL 11.17 (83) 8.6 (54)

GOALS: 5 L.Ryan, 2 L.Delahunty, 1 B.Sokol, M.Walters, S.Hancock, J.Joyce BEST: L.Ryan, A.Cockie, A.Heal, L.Delahunty, L.Kitchin ROUND 22 – SUBIACO V WEST PERTH Saturday August 19th, 2.30pm at Leederville Oval SUBIACO WEST PERTH

QT 5.2 2.5

HT 8.6 2.5

3QT 11.9 4.9

FINAL 19.14 (128) 6.10 (46)

GOALS: 6 B.Sokol, 4 K.Halligan, 3 L.Delahunty, 2 L.Ryan, 1 B.Stevenson, L.Kitchin, A.Creeper, S.Parry BEST: R.Powell, L.Delahunty, B.Sokol, M.Walters, D.Jackson ROUND 23 – EAST PERTH V SUBIACO Saturday August 26th, 2.15pm at Leederville Oval SUBIACO EAST PERTH

QT 3.4 2.1

HT 6.6 5.4

3QT 13.10 7.6

FINAL 16.14 (110) 10.8 (68)

GOALS: 6 L.Ryan, 4 L.Delahunty, 2 L.Baker, B.Stevenson, 1 B.Sokol, M.Walters BEST: L.Ryan, L.Delahunty, S.Hancock, W.Twomey SECOND SEMI FINAL – SUBIACO V PEEL Sunday September 10th, 2.40pm at Leederville Oval SUBIACO PEEL

QT 3.2 5.0

HT 4.2 9.2

3QT 9.4 12.6

FINAL 10.8 (68) 14.8 (92)

GOALS: 3 L.Ryan, 2 L.Kitchin, B.Sokol, K.Halligan, 1 A.Cockie BEST: L.Delahunty, A.Heal, L.Kitchin, L.Baker, H.Kennedy PRELIMINARY FINAL – SUBIACO V SOUTH FREMANTLE Sunday September 17th, 2.40pm at Leederville Oval SUBIACO SOUTH FREMANTLE

QT 2.5 4.3

HT 8.7 5.3

3QT 11.9 7.5

FINAL 14.14 (98) 10.6 (66)

GOALS: 3 L.Baker, B.Stevenson, 2 L.Ryan, K.Halligan, 1 M.Walters, B.Sokol, A.Heal, S.Hancock BEST: L.Baker, A.Litherland, A.Cockie, L.Delahunty, W.Twomey GRAND FINAL – PEEL V SUBIACO Sunday September 24th, 2.50pm at Subiaco Oval SUBIACO PEEL

QT 2.2 3.1

HT 4.7 5.4

3QT 6.13 7.4

FINAL 7.14 (56) 11.6 (72)

GOALS: 4 B.Sokol, 2 C.Wheeler, 1 C.Phelan BEST: J.Lockyer, A.Heal, K.Horsley, L.Kitchin, B.Sokol


Reserves & Colts GAME RECORDS 2017 RESERVES RESULTS ROUND

HOME TEAM

2017 COLTS RESULTS

AWAY TEAM

RESULT

VENUE

ROUND

HOME TEAM

AWAY TEAM

RESULT

VENUE

Round 1

South Fremantle

9.11 (65)

Subiaco

9.12 (66)

WON 1

Fremantle Oval

Round 1

South Fremantle

9.6 (60)

Subiaco

7.7 (49)

LOSS 11

Fremantle Oval

Round 2

Subiaco

19.12 (126)

Perth

9.6 (60)

WON 66

Leederville Oval

Round 2

Subiaco

15.12 (102)

Perth

6.10 (46)

WON 56

Leederville Oval

Round 3

West Perth

13.13 (91)

Subiaco

11.9 (75)

LOSS 16

Arena Joondalup

Round 3

West Perth

10.11 (71)

Subiaco

9.12 (66)

LOSS 5

Arena Joondalup

Round 4

Subiaco

9.15 (69)

Peel Thunder

9.13 (67)

WON 2

Leederville Oval

Round 4

Subiaco

11.10 (76)

Peel Thunder

10.6 (66)

WON 10

Leederville Oval

Round 5

Subiaco

10.9 East Perth 23.8 (146) (69)

LOSS 77

Leederville Oval

Round 5

Subiaco

10.8 East Perth 12.10 (82) (68)

LOSS 14

Leederville Oval

Round 6

Claremont

11.5 (71)

Subiaco

9.11 (65)

LOSS 6

East Fremantle Oval

Round 6

Claremont

8.9 (57)

Subiaco

10.16 (76)

WON 19

East Fremantle Oval

Round 8

Swan Districts

11.8 (74)

Subiaco

9.11 (65)

LOSS 9

Bassendean Oval

Round 8

Swan Districts

9.4 (58)

Subiaco

9.7 (61)

WON Bassendean 3 Oval

Round 9

Subiaco

14.4 (88)

South 18.9 (117) Fremantle

LOSS 29

Leederville Oval

Round 9

Subiaco

8.5 South (53) Fremantle

7.7 (49)

WON 4

Leederville Oval

Round 10

Subiaco

10.10 East (70) Fremantle

14.5 (89)

LOSS 19

Leederville Oval

Round 10

Subiaco

6.4 (40)

East Fremantle

8.10 (58)

LOSS 18

Leederville Oval

Round 11

Peel Thunder

5.12 (42)

Subiaco

11.10 (76)

WON 34

Rushton Park

Round 11

Peel Thunder

10.12 (72)

Subiaco

4.8 (32)

LOSS Rushton Park 40

Round 12

Perth

8.10 (58)

Subiaco 23.14 (152)

WON 94

Lathlain Park

Round 12

Perth

6.4 (40)

Subiaco

12.17 (89)

WON 49

Lathlain Park

Round 13

Subiaco

7.8 (50)

WON 75

Leederville Oval

Round 13

Subiaco

5.12 East Perth (42)

7.16 (58)

LOSS 16

Leederville Oval

Round 15 West Perth

18.17 East Perth (125) 6.6 (42)

Subiaco

6.14 (50)

WON 8

Arena Joondalup

Round 15 West Perth

4.8 (32)

Subiaco

9.6 (60)

WON 28

Arena Joondalup

Perth

6.6 (42)

WON 116

Leederville Oval

Round 16

Subiaco

7.18 (60)

Perth

7.5 (47)

WON 13

Leederville Oval

LOSS 37

Leederville Oval

Round 17

Subiaco

7.8 (50)

LOSS 29

Leederville Oval

Round 16

Subiaco

24.14 (158)

Round 17

Subiaco

9.8 (62)

Round 18

Peel Thunder

12.7 (79)

Subiaco

13.10 (88)

WON 9

Rushton Park

Round 18

Peel Thunder

14.8 (92)

Subiaco

8.8 (56)

LOSS 36

Rushton Park

Round 19

East Fremantle

11.6 (72)

Subiaco

9.8 (62)

LOSS 10

East Fremantle Oval

Round 19

East Fremantle

9.9 (63)

Subiaco

8.9 (57)

LOSS 6

East Fremantle Oval

Round 20

Subiaco

10.8 (68)

Swan Districts

17.6 (108)

LOSS 40

Leederville Oval

Round 20

Subiaco

7.12 (54)

Swan Districts

10.8 (68)

LOSS 14

Leederville Oval

Round 22

Subiaco

20.9 (129)

West Perth

5.10 (40)

WON 89

Leederville Oval

Round 22

Subiaco

8.10 West Perth 12.9 (81) (58)

LOSS 23

Leederville Oval

10.8 (68)

Subiaco

14.13 (97)

WON 29

Leederville Oval

Round 23

East Perth

15.6 (96)

LOSS 54

Leederville Oval

Qualifying 13.8 Claremont Final (86)

Subiaco

13.10 (88)

WON 2

Fremantle Oval

Subiaco

5.9 (39)

LOSS 37

Leederville Oval

10.11 Claremont 6.14 (50) (71)

WON 21

Leederville Oval

10.5 (65)

WON 19

Subiaco Oval

Round 23 East Perth

2nd Semi Final

South 11.10 Fremantle (76)

Preliminary Final

Subiaco

Grand Final

South Fremantle

Claremont 14.15 (99)

Subiaco

13.6 (84)

Claremont 11.13 (79)

Subiaco

4.18 (42)

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2017 OUTRIDGE MEDAL PRESENTATION DINNER LEAGUE

2017 OUTRIDGE MEDAL TOP 20

Outridge Medallist Leigh Kitchin Club Champion

Leigh Kitchin Lachlan Delahunty Liam Ryan Kyal Horsley Aaron Heal Jordan Lockyer Wayde Twomey Max Walters Ben Sokol Craig Hoskins Corey Adamson Angus Litherland Brad Stevenson Adam Cockie Justin Joyce Scott Hancock Declan Jackson Clancy Wheeler Liam Baker Greg Clark

Don Carter Memorial Trophy Lachlan Delahunty Runner Up Club Champion Ted Doherty Memorial Trophy Liam Ryan Outstanding Play Awayd City of Subiaco Medallion Wayde Twomey Best Clubman Austin Robertson Junior Award Liam Ryan Leading Goal Kicker Dennis Barron Memorial Trophy Max Walters Rising Star Award Newton Screaigh Award Kyal Horsley Coaches Award Golds Award Kyal Horsley Golds Player of the Year President’s Trophy Ron Tester RESERVES Blakemore Medal Daniel Leach Fairest & Best Bill Mackie Memorial Trophy Jacob Miller Runner Up Fairest & Best Outstanding Play Award Ben Reid Third Place Fairest & Best Newton Screaigh Award Ryan Borchet Coaches Award

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SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB

572 votes 526 votes 521 votes 491 votes 483 votes 460 votes 456 votes 455 votes 431 votes 430 votes 420 votes 389 votes 381 votes 374 votes 372 votes 358 votes 355 votes 320 votes 286 votes 270 votes

2017 BLAKEMORE MEDAL TOP 20 Daniel Leach Jacob Miller Ben Reid Chad Barns Ryan Borchet Mackenzie Lawrence Nick Menegola Dylan Clarke Ryan Vermeersch Dylan Nelson Ray Daniels Shannon Nelson Matt Bogensperger James Garcia Brayden Ainsworth Josh Chapman Daniel Perkins Josh Underwood Simon Parry Ryan Wade

506 votes 463 votes 459 votes 454 votes 454 votes 454 votes 409 votes 399 votes 370 votes 356 votes 347 votes 346 votes 341 votes 336 votes 316 votes 310 votes 306 votes 305 votes 225 votes 225 votes


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TAYLOR MEDAL PRESENTATION DINNER 2017 WINNERS

Taylor Medallist Liam Hickmott Colts Fairest & Best Rod Wholohan Memorial Trophy Max Dennis Runner Up Fairest & Best Outstanding Play Award Kyron Hayden 3rd Best and Fairest Ladies Forum Award Thomas Edwards-Baldwin Most Consistent Newton Screaigh Award Kyle Stainsby Coaches Award Colts Leading Goal Kicker Christian Martin Past Players & Supporters Award Kyle Stainsby

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SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB

TAYLOR MEDAL TOP 20 Liam Hickmott

161

Max Dennis

137

Kyron Hayden

116

Brayden Ainsworth

98

Liam Connolly

96

Luke Foley

73

Thomas Edwards - Baldwin

67

Tristan Hobley

62

Christian Martin

46

Nathan French

40

Kyle Stainsby

40

Ben Miller

38

Wil Hickmott

38

Che Wyatt

36

Koby Fullgrabe

29

Madoc Plane

27

Nic Baroni

20

Jordan Faraone

14

Mitchell Hughes

13

Duane Oxenham Smith

12


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GRAND FINAL FUNCTION

38

SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB


GRAND FINAL

2017 ANNUAL REPORT & YEARBOOK

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LADIES DAY

40

SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB


2017 ESPERANCE TRIP

2017 ANNUAL REPORT & YEARBOOK

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IMAGINE VINCENT MATCH

42

SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB


SUBI SOCIAL PHOTOS

2017 ANNUAL REPORT & YEARBOOK

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FAN PHOTOS IN 2017

44

SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB


RESERVES GRAND FINAL

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2017 GAMES

F&B VOTES

KICKS

H/BALLS

DISPOSALS

MARKS

TACKLES

HITOUTS

FREE KICK FOR

FREE KICK AGAINST

GOALS

BEHINDS

ADAMSON Corey BAKER Liam BOGENSPERGER Matthew BRAUT Michael BRYAN Christopher CLARK Gregory CLARKE Dylan COCKIE Adam CREEPER Adam DELAHUNTY Lachlan FIMMANO Braden GARCIA James GUINESS Damon HALLIGAN Kyle HANCOCK Scott HEAL Aaron HORSLEY Kyal HOSKINS Craig JACKSON Declan JOYCE Justin KENNEDY Hayden KITCHIN Leigh LATHAM Joel LITHERLAND Angus LOCKYER Jordan MATERA Bailey NELSON Dylan PARRY Simon PERKINS Daniel PHELAN Christopher POWELL Rowen RYAN Liam SOKOL Ben STEVENSON Bradley SUTHERLAND Timothy TWOMEY Wayde VERMEERSCH Ryan WALTERS Max WHEELER Clancy

SFC TOTAL GAMES

LEAGUE STATISTICS 20 13 10 4 24 30 13 100 9 64 17 22 2 37 42 67 162 52 49 45 36 66 74 20 60 6 4 5 6 151 12 39 33 85 1 76 3 25 134

20 13 4 4 5 15 1 17 9 22 9 7 2 5 19 21 19 21 18 18 6 23 14 20 22 6 4 5 6 10 12 23 21 20 1 23 3 23 16

420 286 61 85 68 270 20 374 175 526 139 135 45 101 358 483 491 430 355 372 123 572 269 389 460 108 59 88 98 245 209 521 431 381 13 456 49 455 320

249 115 34 24 24 109 10 217 61 292 78 48 16 49 168 202 331 133 74 174 65 328 116 167 186 62 27 38 40 191 126 255 187 132 2 222 13 201 160

116 94 33 20 15 95 2 153 43 173 42 42 21 12 152 102 154 234 73 124 21 234 48 91 86 39 12 27 28 64 50 56 100 90 6 182 15 210 56

365 209 67 44 39 204 12 370 104 465 120 90 37 61 320 304 485 367 147 298 86 562 164 258 272 101 39 65 68 255 176 311 287 222 8 404 28 411 216

51 35 8 12 4 26 2 41 22 106 29 23 4 26 53 85 47 45 35 54 22 87 35 48 66 10 12 17 13 24 44 108 127 86 0 90 12 91 61

77 45 9 3 9 51 3 95 29 51 15 13 4 14 63 54 91 127 46 71 9 99 39 30 53 12 6 4 9 31 25 39 52 45 3 40 7 65 27

1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 204 342 0 0 55 0 0 1 0 1 15 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 82

8 11 4 1 3 7 0 19 18 43 1 10 4 7 18 9 15 12 17 10 3 39 9 12 9 2 2 3 4 7 2 22 13 10 0 12 1 18 21

23 20 0 3 5 14 2 36 15 24 4 2 2 3 11 14 11 24 17 11 2 24 6 12 12 2 1 1 3 11 7 18 13 12 4 18 0 22 21

3 19 1 1 1 1 0 7 4 16 2 3 0 8 6 1 15 2 0 3 0 14 1 1 0 4 5 1 2 6 5 73 49 25 0 1 2 22 24

5 12 2 0 0 3 2 17 5 15 3 2 1 7 6 0 17 1 0 12 0 9 2 2 0 2 4 2 2 8 10 35 25 16 0 0 3 12 21

SANDOVER MEDAL TALLY NAME HORSLEY Kyal KITCHIN Leigh DELAHUNTY Lachlan RYAN Liam PHELAN Christopher COCKIE Adam ADAMSON Corey SOKOL Ben WALTERS Max STEVENSON Bradley WHEELER Clancy HANCOCK Scott HEAL Aaron TWOMEY Wayde BAKER Liam GUINESS Damon HOSKINS Craig JOYCE Justin

46

PRENDERGAST MEDAL TALLY TOTAL 39 37 34 30 18 14 11 11 10 6 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 1

NAME BOGENSPERGER Matthew LEACH Daniel VERMEERSCH Ryan PERKINS Daniel NELSON Dylan CLARK Greg COCKIE Adam GARCIA James AINSWORTH Brayden DANIELS Raymond NELSON Shannon SOKOL Ben CHAPMAN Joshua SUTHERLAND Timothy JOYCE Justin POWELL Rowen BESTRY Jordan FIMMANO Braden BAKER Liam MADUT David CLARKE Dylan MATERA Bailey

SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB

TOTAL 30 14 14 13 12 10 8 8 6 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

JACK CLARKE MEDAL TALLY NAME HAYDEN Kyron AINSWORTH Brayden HICKMOTT Liam DENNIS Max HOBLEY Tristan MILLER Benjamin MARTIN Christian HICKMOTT Wil CONNOLLY Liam EDWARDS-BALDWIN Thomas FOLEY Luke PURSER David FRENCH, Nathan BARONI Nicholas

TOTAL 28 25 22 12 10 8 8 5 4 4 4 2 2 1


2017 GAMES

2017 DISPOSALS

2017 GOALS

AINSWORTH Brayden

13

235

9

AINSWORTH Brayden

6

163

5

AMOROSO Tony

4

20

0

BARONI Nicholas

13

241

3

BAKER Liam

5

76

7

BEVERLEY Jack

1

9

0

BARNS Chad

22

276

3

BILCHURIS Jaxon

4

26

5

2017 GOALS

2017 DISPOSALS

COLTS STATS

2017 GAMES

RESERVES STATS

BESTRY Jordan

3

25

2

BOYLAN Conor

12

101

0

BEVERLEY Jack

8

85

0

BREMAN Aaron

3

54

3

BOGENSPERGER Matthew

12

360

4

BUCKLEY Jacob

2

8

1

BORCHET Ryan

20

256

17

BURRAWANGA Isaac

2

20

3

BRAUT Michael

10

134

0

CLINCH Judd

11

64

0

BREEZE Thomas

2

10

1

CONNOLLY Liam

20

265

0

BRYAN Christopher

6

58

1

CRAWFORD Nicholas

1

5

0

BURNETT Ethan

11

121

5

CREW Mitchell

6

42

2

CARY Jak

9

94

4

DENG Mach

11

80

2

CATALFAMO Liam

10

99

0

DENNIS Max

19

395

1 10

CHAPMAN Josh

19

129

4

EDWARDS-BALDWIN Thomas

19

317

CLARK Gregory

4

105

0

FARAONE Jordan

12

107

9

CLARKE Dylan

18

268

25

FOLEY Luke

19

322

7 6

COCKIE Adam

5

120

3

FRENCH Nathan

7

92

COOPER Sheldon

3

24

0

FULLGRABE Koby

18

238

1

CREEPER Adam

6

58

1

GEORGIADES Mitchell

1

8

0

DANIELS Raymond

16

227

22

HALLIGAN Jake

7

57

6

DOYLE Andrew

5

22

2

HAYDEN Kyron

14

312

2

ECCLES James

4

44

0

HICKMOTT Liam

20

376

3

FIMMANO Braden

8

135

4

HICKMOTT Wil

20

310

4

FOLEY Fraser

7

49

3

HOBLEY Tristan

18

322

4

FOLEY Sean

2

20

0

HUGHES Mitchell

19

143

11 0

GARCIA James

14

255

6

INDICH Declan

1

1

GUINESS Damon

1

10

0

JANSEN Emilo

2

17

0

HALLIGAN Kyle

2

16

5

LAPTHORNE Michael

3

29

0

HALLIGAN Luke

2

12

3

LEUNIG Joshua

10

69

1

HANCOCK Scott

1

17

1

MARTIN Christian

20

215

29 0

HAYDEN Kyron

5

70

0

MCKENNA Caleb

2

15

HOOPER Thomas

3

17

0

MEWS Scott

3

22

0

JACKSON Declan

2

19

0

MILLER Benjamin

9

126

7

JOYCE Justin

2

37

2

MURISON Connor

1

10

0

KENNEDY Hayden

1

5

0

PANNELL Matthew

5

70

1

LAWRENCE McKenzie

23

303

1

PEACOCK Xavier

5

31

1

LEACH Daniel

22

436

8

PLANE Madoc

16

192

1

MADUT David

5

38

2

PURSER David

10

113

0

MATERA Bailey

5

99

3

REED Brandon

3

32

0

MENEGOLA Nick

23

287

2

SEMMENS Zachary

6

50

1

MILLER Jacob

24

328

3

SHELLABEAR HEALY Zane

4

41

3 3

NELSON Dylan

18

210

41

SMITH Duane

11

108

NELSON Shannon

20

197

17

SOFTLEY Fraser

1

7

0

PARRY Simon

9

159

5

SPENCER Luke

5

54

0 1

PERKINS Daniel

14

228

10

STAINSBY Kyle

20

185

PHELAN Christopher

1

22

0

SYMONDS Jonah

1

11

0

POLAK Reid

6

38

3

VALLELONGA Adam

5

39

0

POWELL Rowen

9

189

10

WARRELL Michael

2

12

0

REID Ben

22

203

2

WELLS Christopher

1

6

0

RYAN Daniel

8

74

0

WEST Samuel

5

52

1

SOKOL Ben

2

30

7

WOJTOWICZ Riley

2

18

1 22

STEVENSON Bradley

3

38

2

WYATT Che

17

196

SUTHERLAND Timothy

10

114

4

YOUNG Corey

4

25

3

THURKLE Alex

6

75

3

ZAPPELLI Jack

1

17

1

TURNER Jarrod

7

53

5

UNDERWOOD Josh

19

201

4 31

VERMEERSCH Ryan

17

187

WADE Ryan

10

164

1

WILLIAMSON Ashton

4

17

0

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HONOUR ROLL

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PRESIDENTS

PATRONS

GENERAL MANAGERS/CEOs

COACHES

CAPTAINS

LEAGUE F&B

1896 H DOYLE 1897 H DOYLE 1898 H DOYLE 1899 J TODD 1900 W MONTEATH 1901 W MONTEATH 1902 J WANNELL 1903 H DAGLISH 1904 H DAGLISH 1905 H DAGLISH 1906 H DAGLISH 1907 W MONTEATH 1908 W MONTEATH 1909 J FLANNERY 1910 E A WHITTAKER 1911 H DAGLISH 1912 HON J SCADDAN 1913 HON J SCADDAN 1914 HON J SCADDAN 1915 HON J SCADDAN 1916 HON J SCADDAN 1917 HON J SCADDAN 1918 HON J SCADDAN 1919 HON J SCADDAN 1920 H TATE 1921 HON J SCADDAN 1922 HON J SCADDAN 1923 HON J SCADDAN 1924 HON J SCADDAN 1925 HON J SCADDAN 1926 HON J SCADDAN 1927 W ALLANSON 1928 W ALLANSON 1929 W ALLANSON 1930 W ALLANSON 1931 W ALLANSON 1932 W ALLANSON 1933 W ALLANSON 1934 L T BOAS 1935 L T BOAS 1936 L T BOAS 1937 L T BOAS 1938 S W PERRY 1939 G HACK 1940 G HACK 1941 T OUTRIDGE 1942 G W SIMPSON 1943 E I PADDICK 1944 E I PADDICK 1945 E I PADDICK 1946 E I PADDICK 1947 E I PADDICK 1948 E I PADDICK 1949 E I PADDICK 1950 E I PADDICK 1951 H WORTH 1952 O I LOVELOCK 1953 H G MILLS 1954 H G MILLS 1955 H G MILLS 1956 H G MILLS 1957 H G MILLS 1958 H G MILLS 1959 H G MILLS 1960 H G MILLS 1961 H G MILLS 1962 H G MILLS 1963 H G MILLS 1964 C G DUDLEY 1965 C G DUDLEY 1966 K G WORNER/ C G DUDLEY 1967 K G WORNER 1968 K G WORNER 1969 K G WORNER 1970 K G WORNER 1971 K G WORNER 1972 K G WORNER 1973 B J SINGLETON 1974 B J SINGLETON 1975 B J SINGLETON 1976 W J MONCRIEFF 1977 L PERKINS 1978 L PERKINS 1979 L PERKINS 1980 K MERIFIELD 1981 K MERIFIELD 1982 K MERIFIELD 1983 M CARLILE 1984 M CARLILE 1985 M CARLILE 1986 M CARLILE 1987 M CARLILE 1988 D WILLIAMS 1989 D WILLIAMS 1990 D WILLIAMS 1991 D WILLIAMS 1992 D WILLIAMS 1993 B WARREN 1994 B WARREN 1995 B WARREN 1996 B WARREN 1997 P METROPOLIS 1998 P METROPOLIS 1999 P METROPOLIS 2000 P METROPOLIS 2001 P METROPOLIS 2002 P METROPOLIS 2003 P METROPOLIS 2004 P METROPOLIS 2005 N RANDALL 2006 N RANDALL 2007 N RANDALL 2008 N RANDALL 2009 N RANDALL 2010 N RANDALL 2011 N RANDALL 2012 M LAWRENCE 2013 M LAWRENCE 2014 M LAWRENCE 2015 M LAWRENCE 2016 M LAWRENCE 2017 M LAWRENCE

B C WOOD C OLDHAM J WANNELL H DOYLE J WANNELL H DAGLISH J B MURPHY J B MURPHY J B MURPHY J B MURPHY J B MURPHY J B MURPHY/H DAGLISH J B MURPHY/H DAGLISH J B MURPHY/H DAGLISH J B MURPHY/H DAGLISH J B MURPHY/ E A WHITTAKER E A WHITTAKER/H DAGLISH E A WHITTAKER/W MONTEATH E A WHITTAKER/W MONTEATH E A WHITTAKER/W MONTEATH E A WHITTAKER/W MONTEATH E A WHITTAKER/W MONTEATH E A WHITTAKER/W MONTEATH E A WHITTAKER/W MONTEATH E A WHITTAKER/W MONTEATH L T BOAS L T BOAS R ROBINSON W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON/A W JACOBY W RICHARDSON/A W JACOBY W RICHARDSON/A W JACOBY W RICHARDSON/A W JACOBY W RICHARDSON/A W JACOBY W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON/H L DOWNE W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON W RICHARDSON/C E S SMITH W RICHARDSON/C E S SMITH C E S SMITH C E S SMITH C E S SMITH C STUART – SMITH P STUART – SMITH P STUART – SMITH P STUART – SMITH P STUART – SMITH P STUART – SMITH P STUART – SMITH P STUART – SMITH J RANCE J RANCE J RANCE J RANCE O LOVELOCK O LOVELOCK O LOVELOCK O LOVELOCK O LOVELOCK O LOVELOCK O LOVELOCK A BUGGINS A BUGGINS SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE SIR J VIRTUE O LEITCH/SIR J VIRTUE O LEITCH/ SIR J VIRTUE C BUNNING/SIR J VIRTUE K PARRY K PARRY K PARRY K PARRY K PARRY K PARRY K PARRY K PARRY K PARRY K PARRY K PARRY T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR T DADOUR K MERIFIELD K MERIFIELD K MERIFIELD K MERIFIELD K MERIFIELD K MERIFIELD K MERIFIELD

WILLIAMS S GRACE S GRACE E WILSON H E SMITHSON H E SMITHSON J T CARROLL J T CARROLL E UDY C FRANCIS J E BARRETT W THOMAS W THOMAS W THOMAS W THOMAS F FERROW W ALLANSON W ALLANSON W ALLANSON W ALLANSON W ALLANSON P PICKERING P PICKERING T TCHAN T TCHAN H A RANFORD H A RANFORD H A RANFORD H A RANFORD H A RANFORD H A RANFORD H A RANFORD H A RANFORD A BUGGINS A BUGGINS A BUGGINS A BUGGINS A BUGGINS A BUGGINS A BUGGINS/T OUTRIDGE T OUTRIDGE T OUTRIDGE T OUTRIDGE T OUTRIDGE T OUTRIDGE W YOUNG W YOUNG W YOUNG W YOUNG W YOUNG W YOUNG W YOUNG W YOUNG W YOUNG W YOUNG W YOUNG F EXELL F EXELL F EXELL F EXELL F EXELL F EXELL F EXELL F EXELL F EXELL F EXELL F EXELL W WEHRSTEDT W WEHRSTEDT W WEHRSTEDT W WEHRSTEDT/B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER B FULLER A QUARTERMAIN A QUARTERMAIN/D ORR J ROSE J ROSE/M FLANAGAN M FLANAGAN M FLANAGAN M FLANAGAN M FLANAGAN M FLANAGAN M FLANAGAN M FLANAGAN M FLANAGAN/A WHITE A WHITE A WHITE A WHITE A WHITE A WHITE A WHITE/K WILLIAMSON K WILLIAMSON K WILLIAMSON K WILLIAMSON K WILLIAMSON K WILLIAMSON K WILLIAMSON K WILLIAMSON K WILLIAMSON K WILLIAMSON/J LIND J LIND J LIND J LIND J LIND J LIND/P CAPES P CAPES P CAPES P CAPES P CAPES P CAPES P CAPES P CAPES

W HAYES J COWARD/W HAYES W HAYES G BOWEN G BOWEN G BOWEN MANN G BOWEN A BOTHROYD F WILDY F WILDY F WILDY J WILLIAMSON/F TUOHY G MOYSEY J DIPROSE J WILLIAMSON J SCADDAN P MATSON P MATSON J LECKIE J LECKIE W STEELE W STEELE W STEELE W STEELE W STEELE W STEELE/J LECKIE T OUTRIDGE T CAIN T CAIN T CAIN S GRAVENALL A ROBINSON A ROBINSON A GREEN A GREEN A GREEN A GREEN A GREEN F MURPHY F MURPHY F MURPHY H BUNTON SNR K SHEA/H BUNTON SNR A GREEN H BUNTON SNR W BROPHY W BROPHY W BROPHY S PARRY F MURPHY S PARRY F WILLIAMS F WILLIAMS J SWEET J SWEET J SWEET J NEWTON C STRANG C STRANG C TYSON C TYSON C TYSON C TYSON C TYSON D MURRAY D CUZENS R BROWNING/D CUZENS K SLATER K SLATER K SLATER A KILLIGREW H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR R SMITH R SMITH D PARKIN J ENSOR B DOUGE B DOUGE P BURTON K ARMSTRONG K ARMSTRONG K ARMSTRONG P DANIEL/B FAIRCLOUGH H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR A SOLIN A SOLIN G BUCKENARA G BUCKENARA P THORNE P THORNE K SPARKS K SPARKS K SPARKS K SPARKS P GERMAN P GERMAN P GERMAN P GERMAN S WATTERS S WATTERS S WATTERS C WATERMAN C WATERMAN C WATERMAN J SCHOFIELD J SCHOFIELD J SCHOFIELD J SCHOFIELD J SCHOFIELD

W HAYES J COWARD/W HAYES W HAYES G BOWEN G BOWEN G BOWEN MANN G BOWEN A BOTHROYD F WILDY F WILDY W HENNAN W HENNAN/F TUOHY P TREEN/J DIPROSE J DIPROSE/A CHRISTIE J WILLIAMSON J SCADDAN P MATSON P MATSON W STEELE S SNOW W STEELE W STEELE W STEELE W STEELE H MORGAN W STEELE T OUTRIDGE J HAMILTON G SCADDAN J HAMILTON T OUTRIDGE J PENGEL T OUTRIDGE J LEONARD W BROPHY W BROPHY J GRIGG G SMITH F MURPHY F MURPHY F MURPHY H BUNTON SNR H BUNTON SNR/K SHEA L STRACK H BUNTON SNR R HERD/W BONE W MACKIE S PROUSE/M BECKHAM O DIGGINS F WILLIAMS F WILLIAMS F WILLIAMS F WILLIAMS J SWEET J SWEET J SMITH J SMITH D CARTER R JARVIS C TYSON C TYSON C TYSON C TYSON C TYSON L KETTLEWELL D CUZENS K MERIFIELD K SLATER K MERIFIELD K SLATER R HAMPSON H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR H BUNTON JNR C WILLIAMS P METROPOLIS R SMITH R SMITH D PARKIN/P BURTON P BURTON B DOUGE B DOUGE B DOUGE B DOUGE B DOUGE N TAYLOR N TAYLOR N TAYLOR N TAYLOR N TAYLOR N TAYLOR G WILKINSON G CARPENTER B TAYLOR B TAYLOR R WILLETT D SNOW D SNOW D LAMB D LAMB J BURTON D HAMPSON D HAMPSON T GODDEN/M SYMONS T GODDEN/M SYMONS T GODDEN R MALONEY R MALONEY M WEBB M WEBB M WEBB M WEBB A PARKER/B SMITH/K HORSLEY A PARKER A PARKER A PARKER A PARKER K HORSLEY K HORSLEY K HORSLEY K HORSLEY

W STEELE T OUTRIDGE T OUTRIDGE J HAMILTON J HAMILTON W BROPHY J LEONARD J LEONARD J LEONARD J LEONARD J LEONARD W FAUL S DAILY/P MACKAY G SMITH G SMITH/J BOWE L DAILY L DAILY L DAILY H BUNTON SNR H BUNTON SNR L HARDIMAN H BUNTON SNR T PRESTON/W BONE M BECKHAM M BECKHAM L HICKEY F WILLIAMS W ALDERMAN A HOWE C DAVEY N ALTHORPE D CARTER J SMITH D CARTER D CARTER P AMARANTI C TYSON D GLASS T ROBBINS D GLASS L KETTLEWELL T ROBBINS L KETTLEWELL W MARTIN W MARTIN A ROBERTSON R GOSDEN C BLAKEMORE A ROBERTSON C BLAKEMORE C BLAKEMORE K WATT B SIERAKOWSKI M FITZPATRICK M FITZPATRICK P BURTON N RANDALL P FEATHERBY P FEATHERBY A HAMILTON A HAMILTON N TAYLOR D LAMB N TAYLOR D LAMB D LAMB L KEENE G WILKINSON B TAYLOR B MC DOUGALL D HAMPSON A MACNISH P SCOTT R WILLETT I DARGIE A DONNELLY N O’CONNOR D HAMPSON T RIDLEY N O’CONNOR M SYMONS R MALONEY D LUCAS M WEBB A PICKETT M PRIDDIS M HAYNES B SMITH G BROUGHTON S HILDEBRANDT B BROADHURST K HORSLEY A PARKER G HAMPSON/B MAHONEY K HORSLEY C PHELAN C PHELAN L KITCHIN

SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB


LEADING GOAL KICKERS 1912 H LIMB* 1913 H LIMB* 1920 RP RODRIGUEZ* 1926 RP RODRIGUEZ* 1927 L METHERAL 1928 A NISEN 1929 A NISEN 1930 G SMITH 1931 S DAILEY 1932 H BANCROFT 1933 A NISEN 1934 J JENINGS 1935 J JENINGS 1936 J JENINGS 1937 L MILS 1938 H BUNTON 1939 H BUNTON 1940 H BUNTON 1941 H BUNTON 1942 J HETHERINGTON 1943 E TONKINSON 1944 E TONKINSON 1945 J COOPER 1946 F WILIAMS 1947 W RALPH 1948 J SMITH 1949 R LINDSAY 1950 R LINDSAY 1951 E HAGDORN 1952 J SMITH 1953 C DAVEY T BUGINS 1954 A WHITE 1955 W DENTON 1956 D GLASS 1957 D GLASS* 1958 D GLASS 1959 R HAMPSON 1960 R HAMPSON 1961 R HAMPSON 1962 A ROBERTSON* 1963 A ROBERTSON 1964 A ROBERTSON* 1965 A ROBERTSON* 1966 K MERIFIELD 1967 A ROBERTSON 1968 A ROBERTSON* (AUSTRALIAN RECORD) 1969 A ROBERTSON* 1970 A ROBERTSON 1971 A ROBERTSON* 1972 A ROBERTSON* 1973 A ROBERTSON 1974 A ROBERTSON 1975 N RANDALL 1976 G FATHERS 1977 G FATHERS 1978 M MALONE 1979 G SCHULTZ 1980 P MUNRO 1981 G BUCKENARA 1982 B TAYLOR 1983 C BROWN 1984 C BROWN 1985 L KEENE 1986 S SELLS 1987 T BREMAN* 1988 T BREMAN* 1989 B HEADY 1990 W GOLDING 1991 T BREMAN 1992 R WILET 1993 J HEATLEY* 1994 J HEATLEY 1995 J HEATLEY* 1996 J HEATLEY 1997 T BREMAN 1998 T RIDLEY* 1999 T RIDLEY 2000 B SMITH 2001 B KNIGHTS 2002 L TOIA 2003 B SMITH* 2004 B SMITH* 2005 L OAKLEY* 2006 D MAPLESTON 2007 B SMITH* 2008 B SMITH* 2009 T DENNIS-LANE 2010 B BROADHURST 2011 B BROADHURST* 2012 B BROADHURST 2013 B STEVENSON 2014 M BOLAND 2015 S YARRAN* 2016 H SHEPHEARD 2017 L RYAN*

RESERVES F&B

COLTS F&B

45 40 36 52 49 54 57 30 44 58 53 92 93 52 36 51 59 34 46 67 59 71 43 22 27 34 30 30 27 27 23 23 27 33 52 83 49 60 61 50 89 79 94 108 27 104 162

L DAV IS R CORNFORD J SAUNDERS M SOMERFORD G WOODHOUSE N FLIN S PERIS I SHORTLAND -JONES L BOYCE D MURAY P FAREL T WRIGHT B PATERSON S HEAL I CUNINGHAM

R NEWTON R GOSDEN J GRILE B SARE W MOORE C BLAKEMORE C WILAIMS R FIRTH W KEENAN W KEENAN J MASLIN K BARTLETT

114 116 111 98 77 59 43 35 84 54 38 61 42 34 59 54 78 74 111 77 35 38 55 43 111 81 123 55 43 73 45 33 38 23 84 109 83 57 126 110 66 56 73 32 20 53 49 51 73

B JOYCE R KITCHIN G BUSHEL L BOHEMEN R HEWIT W WILIAMS T CONOLY D ROBINSON G RICHARDSON W LOXLEY B TAYLOR P LAMB K MARSHAL P WILSON L LIDELOW P ROS I PUT M LEE M MORT J BEL A SLADE M SLADE D LANGDON M TEEUWISEN M TEEUWISEN J CONEL J LANGER R THOMPSON C RICHARDSON M ATTARD B CHAMBERS A PARSONS S MCMANUS J CAMPBEL C HOOD B BROADHURST R FOREST T MCKENA C MOORES J JACOBS A DAVEY /S WARD T VINEY G HAMPSON S MOORE N HAY J SCAFIDI J ASHMAN M BOGENSPERGER D LEACH

D WADE D THOMAS B BUSHEL G EBERT G WRIGHT N TAYLOR S FANDERLINDEN G CAPELI M JOHNS B TAYLOR J BENGOUGH L KEENE M STAPLES I PUTT W GATES J GEORGIADES B MONAGHAN S HOOPER D REED R RICHES T GODDEN A ESPOSITO M SLATTER P HANNENT P HANNENT B DAV IS P MCKENZIE C FLETCHER D CARMODY A GROVER L NEWICK J WYLIE C GARDINER B MCBRIDE B BROADHURST C MOORES J BATT / B PRIDDIS J OHALLORAN A DAVEY R SCANTLEBURY/C ENDERS C HOSKINS J LEE C HOSKINS J GARCIA J DELUCA T EDWARDS J BEVERLEY J HARRIS L HICKMOTT

LIFE MEMBERS 1914 L T BOAS 1915 A PRATER 1918 P MANSFIELD 1919 E PHILLIPS 1922 W J BUSHELL 1923 S J SNOW 1924 H BUSHELL 1927 L N MCDONALD 1928 R LAWRENCE 1928 C M BAHEN 1930 J N NAUGHTON 1934 A R GREEN 1935 T OUTRIDGE 1935 W BROPHY 1937 F BROPHY 1937 S DAILY 1938 R WIELAND 1939 B R ADAM 1940 L STRACK 1942 A A BUGGINS 1943 W YOUNG 1945 F BANT 1945 W GILBERT 1947 F WILLIAMS 1948 F DAVIS 1948 R L DOUGLAS 1949 E I PADDICK 1949 A PEACOCK 1951 S BRIGGS 1955 F EXELL 1956 W RICHARDSON 1957 H G MILLS 1958 A BENNET 1958 T CROSS 1960 R N AMES 1961 W WEHRSTEDT 1961 E C DOHERTY 1962 A R SNASHALL 1963 A L COCKLE 1964 R E CRUIKSHANK 1965 R BOEKEMAN 1966 L KETTLEWELL 1967 W BLACKBURN 1967 J WEBSTER 1968 T MALONEY 1968 R HAMPSON 1968 K MERIFIELD 1969 K WOOLDRIDGE 1970 W HARRISON 1970 DR G T DADOUR 1970 DR K D FITCH 1971 J HAWTIN 1972 A ROBERTSON 1973 DR K G WORNER 1973 C WILLIAMS 1973 C BLAKEMORE 1973 T ROBBINS 1973 B SARRE 1973 P AMARANTI 1973 D BARRON 1973 R GOSDEN 1973 P METROPOLIS 1973 J SMITH 1973 J GRIGG 1974 SIR J VIRTUE 1974 K COWL 1975 P BURTON 1976 D CARTER 1977 W J MACKIE 1977 S J HEAL 1978 R BAYENS 1978 I CUNNINGHAM 1978 W J MONCRIEFF 1978 V QUAYLE 1979 F DAVENPORT 1979 J HODGEKISS 1979 N RANDALL 1979 R JARVIS 1981 A C GODDARD 1981 H SCHRUGIN 1982 B DOUGE 1982 B FULLER 1982 L PIESSE 1983 N CLYNE 1983 G O GAMBLE 1984 G J STOKES 1984 D BLAIR 1984 N TAYLOR 1984 P LAMB 1985 A LIVINGSTONE 1985 R CORNFORD 1985 D KEELEY 1985 P FEATHERBY 1986 DR K CULLEN 1988 B SIERAKOWSKI 1988 C BROWN 1988 B TAYLOR

DIEHARDS 1988 H BUNTON JNR 1988 M CARLILE 1989 R JACKMAN 1989 R LOXLEY 1990 T BARRON 1990 J SMITH 1991 W FRANCIS 1991 M LEE 1992 G YOUNG 1992 A HELLIWELL 1993 J LEONARD 1993 R TAYLOR 1993 R TESTER 1993 R WILLETT 1994 D LAMB 1994 A MCNISH 1994 B L STRACK 1995 K WILLIAMSON 1996 R ADAMS 1996 B J SINGLETON 1997 T BREMAN 1997 DR W LILLEYMAN 1997 B MONAGHAN 1997 B WARREN 1997 D WILLIAMS 1998 A COSTA 1998 D HAMPSON 1998 L STAFFORD 1998 P WRIGHT 1999 M BURTON 1999 L KEENE 1999 P SCOTT 2000 J BYRNES 2000 A HAWKINS 2000 I DARGIE 2001 N O’CONNOR 2001 J GEORGIADES 2002 L HASSETT 2002 K SPARKS 2002 A WHITE 2003 J SCADDAN 2003 T GODDEN 2003 M BAILEY 2003 H LIMB 2004 G McDAVITT 2005 T NISBETT 2005 D GAINES 2005 D METROPOLIS 2005 J DIPROSE 2006 K BROWN 2006 M LAWRENCE 2006 R LOCKHART 2007 A DONNELLY 2007 J LIND 2007 J SCHOFIELD 2008 A PICKETT 2008 C COSSOM 2008 T WISHART 2009 G CALLAGHAN 2009 G PEACH 2009 B SMITH 2009 M WEBB 2010 B KEEVERS 2010 L NEWICK 2010 A PARKER 2010 K STONE 2010 F VANIRSEN 2011 T HOMES 2011 D RUMBLE 2011 K DEAN 2011 J MARTIN 2012 B DEMMLER 2012 P HONEY 2012 W MARTIN 2013 W GOLDING 2013 M MALONE 2015 K HILL 2015 S LIND 2017 B HUTCHINSON 2017 P MILLER

2000 B ALLANSON P AMARANTI C BAHEN D BARRON R BAYNES A BENNET D BLAIR C BLAKEMORE L BOAS G BOWEN T BREMAN W BROPHY C BROWN A BUGGINS H BUNTON SNR H BUNTON JNR P BURTON H BUSHELL J BUSHELL T CAIN D CARTER L COCKLE K COWL T CROSS E CRUICKSHANK K CULLEN I CUNNINGHAM T DADOUR H DAGLISH L DAILY S DAILY I DARGIE F DAVENPORT F DAVIS K DEAN J DIPROSE T DOHERTY F EXELL P FEATHERBY M FITZPATRICK B FULLER W GILBERT D GLASS C GODDARD R GOSDEN A GREEN J GRIGG J HAMILTON D HAMPSON R HAMPSON J HAWTIN A HOWE R JARVIS L KEENE L KETTLEWELL D LAMB P LAMB M LEE J LEONARD H LIMB A LIVINGSTONE R LOXLEY B MACKIE A MACNISH T MALONEY P MATSON K MERIFIELD P METROPOLIS B MILLS J MONCRIEFF H MORGAN T OUTRIDGE A PEACOCK A PRATER N RANDALL T ROBBINS A ROBERTSON B SARRE J SCADDAN G SMITH J SMITH R SMITH S SNOW W STEELE G STOKES

B STRACK L STRACK B TAYLOR N TAYLOR R TAYLOR R TESTER C TYSON J WEBSTER B WEHRSTEDT A WHITE R WILLET C WILLIAMS F WILLIAMS K WILLIAMSON W YOUNG (2005) R JACKMAN B MONAGHAN N O’CONNOR B SIERAKOWSKI B SINGLETON (2010) P GERMAN A HAWKINS B SMITH D WILLIAMS G YOUNG (2015) C COSSOM A PICKETT A PARKER L NEWICK M WEBB

* DENOTES W.A.F.L. LEADING GOALKICKERS

SFC BALL LEGENDS

WA FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME

WAFL/WAFC LIFE MEMBERS

FOOTBALL MANAGERS

2000 H BUNTON JNR 2001 L KETTLEWELL 2002 N TAYLOR 2003 C WILLIAMS 2004 A ROBERTSON JNR 2005 F WILLIAMS 2006 K MERIFIELD 2007 P FEATHERBY 2008 B SARRE 2009 D LAMB 2010 G YOUNG 2011 I DARGIE 2012 L KEENE 2013 M FITZPATRICK 2014 R HAMPSON 2015 G BUCKENARA 2016 P LAMB 2017 A PICKETT

2004 A GREEN B ORR (PTH-SU) P MATSON (SU-EP) P RODRIGUEZ T OUTRIDGE J LEONARD (SU-CL) H BUNTON SNR A ROBERTSON JNR H BUNTON JNR (SD-SU) M FITPATRICK G BUCKENARA K SLATER (SD-SU) 2005 D KEMP L KETTLEWELL 2006 C TYSON (SF-SU) 2007 P FEATHERBY P SPENCER (EP-SU) 2009 R TUCKER (PTH-SU) 2010 D LAMB 2013 G YOUNG LEGEND STATUS 2010 H BUNTON JNR (SD-SU) 2015 J LEONARD

1913 J SCADDAN 1914 L T BOAS 1928 W ALLANSON 1935 R RODRIGUEZ 1936 S SNOW 1953 W YOUNG 1954 W ORR 1956 T OUTRIDGE 1969 F EXELL 1999 B FULLER (WAFL) 2006 B FULLER (WAFC) 2008 G STOKES (WAFC) 2010 H BUNTON Jnr (WAFC) 2012 B SIERAKOWSKI (WAFC)

1984-1989 1990-1996 1996-2004 2005-2010 2010-2015 2016-

T NISBETT W LOXLEY J LIND A MCBEAN L SANDERS D VIDOVICH

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TOTAL GAMES ABBOTT R (1954) 4 ABRAHALL C (1942-43) 15 ADAMS (1916) 1 ADAMS E (1961-1962) 3 ADAMSON-HOLMES J (2006- 2011) 66 ADAMSON C (2017 20 ADDISON G (1978-79) 12 AHEARN J (1925-31, 33-34) 114 AHEARN J (1942) 2 AITKEN R (1979) 11 ALDERMAN F (1944) 17 ALDERMAN W (1946-51) 93 ALLEN T (1906) 3 ALLEN R (1939-41) 31 ALLEN R (1958-59) 8 ALTHORPE N (1942,45-52) 127 ALVES M (1979) 16 AMARANTI P (1955-63) 169 AMBROSE R (1999-04) 113 AMBROSIUS M (1955) 6 AMES V (1928) 5 ANDERSON W (1906,10-11) 5 ANDERSON (1941) 3 ANDERSON S (1957) 8 ANNERT A (1907,11) 4 ANNING W (1901-02) 28 ANTHONY J (2011-2012) 26 ANTONOWICZ D (1998) 13 APPEL H (1910-11) 13 APPLEBEE E (1937) 4 ARMANASCO J (1943-44) 14 ARMSTRONG G (1981-82) 11 ARNOLD S (1963) 1 ARTHUR S (1929-30) 17 ASH K (1973-75) 14 ASHMAN J (2012) 8 ASHWORTH B (1950) 2 ASHWORTH P (1984) 9 ATKINS C (1994) 3 ATKINSON R (1942) 2 ATTARD M (1997-99) 20 AUDAS R (1955) 11 AUSTICE (1902) 1 AUSTIN W (1901-04,08) 56 BAHEN C (1917-28) 133 BAHEN C (1922) 1 BAILEY E (1950-53) 42 BAKER (1921) 1 BAKER I (1954) 2 BAKER L (2017 13 BAKER P (1999) 14 BALCHIN M (1996) 1 BALDWINSON (1904) 2 BALLANTYNE A (1930-32) 42 BALME N (1968) 4 BANCROFT H (1929-33,36) 80 BANCROFT L (1940) 7 BANCROFT A (1941,45) 12 BANFIELD D (1992-3,02,04,06) 32 BANKS (1914) 1 BANT W (1911-12, 14, 16-18) 59 BANT W (1932-37) 82 BARKER G (1909-10) 9 BARKER (1917-19) 10 BARKER J (1926-29) 65 BARNS A (1954-55) 10 BARRATT A (1928-30) 27 BARRETT J (1901,03) 7 BARRON R (1903) 1 BARRON D (1957-64,67) 166 BARRY D (1911-12) 21 BARWISE (1902,06) 3 BATES (1902) 3 BATES R (1993) 2 BATKA C (1992-94) 19 BAXTER G (1990) 11 BAYENS R (1969-78,81) 184 BEACH L (1950) 3 BEADEN W (1923) 1 BEASLEY J (1920-26) 79 BEATTIE A (2000-05) 89 BEAUMONT (1908) 4 BECK P (2000) 1 BECKHAM M (1942-44,47-50) 113 BECKWITH (1901,03) 10 BEECHING B (1970) 18 BEEK J (1941,45) 2 BEGG J (1979-81) 16 BEHAN (1902) 2 BELFORD P (1981) 1 BELL (1901) 1 BELL F (1908-09) 17 BELL S (1915,17) 28 BELL S (1922-23) 19 BELL W (1942) 8 BELL K (1976-80,82) 105 BELL J (1988) 3 BENGOUGH J (1980-84) 23 BENNET A (1939-41,47) 57 BENNETT W (1904-10) 72 BENNETT H (1911,21) 4 BENNETT W (1945) 10 BENNETT R (1955-58,60-61) 64 BENNETT P (1982) 1 BENNETT T (1999-02) 40 BENSON F (1904) 7 BERESFORD L (1937-41) 25

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BESSEN M (1937) 16 BESSEN S (1949) 14 BESTER A (1995-98) 22 BESTRY J (2014) 6 BIGLANDS J (1904) 9 BIGNELL (1907) 11 BILLINGTON J (1991-94) 40 BIRCH I (1969) 1 BIRD P (1997-00) 78 BISHOP C (1938,41) 6 BIZZACA B (2005,07) 5 BLACK (1905) 2 BLACK E (1917-19) 26 BLAIR D (1969-75,79-80) 146 BLAIR P (1996-03) 75 BLAKEMORE C (1963-72) 175 BLECHYNDEN R (2010-2015) 67* BLIGHT M (1948) 4 BLOOMFIELD R (1950) 2 BLOXSIDGE K (2011-2012) 42* BLURTON G (1918) 6 BOAS T (1901,08) 9 BOEKEMAN W (1958) 14 BOGENSPERGER M (2013- 10 BOHEEMEN L (1972) 3 BOLAND M (2014-2015) 31 BOLIN G (1941) 12 BOLIN D (1942) 3 BOLT A (1901-03) 21 BOLTON K (1932) 1 BOMFORD G (1958-59) 24 BOND A (1909) 3 BONE W (1942) 17 BOOR A (1910) 5 BOSCETTI (1907) 7 BOTHROYD A (1904) 14 BOTSIS S (1997-00) 26 BOUCHER C (1997) 2 BOURN E (1992-93) 39 BOWE J (1931-2,34-6,39-40) 103 BOWEN G (1901-07) 67 BOWEN (1903) 1 BOWERS G (1940) 2 BOWKER (1902) 3 BOWTELL L (1944) 2 BOYLAN W (1919-20) 9 BOYLE H (1922) 1 BRACKENRIDGE A (1971-72) 30 BRADDY S (1983-84) 13 BRADFORD (1905) 3 BRADLEY S (2014-16) 14 BRADSHAW C (2010) 1 BRADY (1902) 1 BRADY B (1957) 3 BRAIDWOOD J (1940) 2 BRAITHWAITE (1917-20) 30 BRAKEWELL B (1963-64) 16 BRATT J (1945) 1 BRAUN M (1997-98,02-03) 14 BRAUT M (2017- 4 BRAYSHER W (1904,06) 9 BREMAN T (1983-91,94-95,97) 151 BREWER A (1934-40,45) 83 BRICE A (1987-89) 46 BRIGGS S (1931-36) 56 BRISTOW J (2008 -2014) 114* BROADHURST B (2004 -2012) 142* BROMLEY (1901) 1 BROOMHALL G (1932) 1 BROPHY W (1922-33,39-40) 168 BROPHY F (1927-34,36-37) 123 BROUGHTON G (2005-10,16) 94 BROUN R (1947) 14 BROWN (1901) 1 BROWN B (1928-29) 11 BROWN C (1934,37) 3 BROWN C (1949-54) 83 BROWN E (1950) 1 BROWN P (1976-79,81) 38 BROWN R (1979-84) 101 BROWN C (1980-90) 204 BROWN M (1987) 1 BROWNE B (1919,22) 12 BROWNE R (1920-21) 15 BROWNE G (1934-38) 66 BRUCE T (1977-79) 20 BRYAN C (2015- 24 BRYANT J (1911) 3 BRYANT B (1917) 4 BUCHANAN H (1907) 2 BUCK N (1950) 1 BUCKENARA G (1979-81) 61 BUCKNALL F (1976-77,80-82) 46 BUGGINS A (1914-16) 14 BUGGINS W (1915) 2 BUGGINS F (1922) 1 BUGGINS T (1952-54) 23 BUNNING C (1924-26) 21 BUNTON H (1938-41) 76 BUNTON H (1968-71) 59 BURBANKS (1902) 2 BURDON (1906) 1 BURGESS B (1966-67) 17 BURKE B (1954) 7 BURKETT J (1935-36) 23 BURNHAM B (1944,48) 4 BURNS (1906-07) 2

BURNS R (1963-67) 72 BURNSIDE H (1953) 1 BURRELL H (1906-07) 15 BURTON (1910) 1 BURTON C (1941) 5 BURTON P (1967-76) 182 BURTON M (1990-99) 113 BURTON T (1993-94,98-99) 23 BURTON J (1994-95,97) 27 BUSH (1908) 2 BUSHE-JONES M (1983) 1 BUSHELL H (1909-22) 195 BUSHELL W (1911-19,23) 121 BUSHELL G (1969-72,74) 46 BUTLER L (1909-10) 18 BYRNE C (1998-99) 9 BYRNES (1901) 1 CABLE S (1990-91) 13 CABLE B (1990) 4 CAHILL E (1923-24) 29 CAHILL J (1945-46,48) 36 CAIN T (1912-15,22,24) 78 CALCUTT C (1926-28,30-31) 45 CALDOW R (1988-89) 11 CALLCOTT L (1949-50) 7 CAMPBELL B (1908-10,13-15,19) 76 CAMPBELL G (1990) 6 CAMPBELL B (2000-02) 51 CAMPBELL J (2002,05) 7 CAMPELL A (2010) 20 CANON (1901) 1 CAREY G (1918-19) 3 CARMODY S (1941,45) 38 CARMODY M (1944) 3 CARMODY D (1998-03) 94 CARPENTER G (1951) 2 CARPENTER G (1986-89) 84 CARR A (1967) 7 CARROLL W (1901-03) 30 CARROLL A (1946) 16 CARSON E (1918) 2 CARTER D (1950-55) 78 CARTER V (1990,92) 20 CARTLEDGE B (1939-40) 12 CASSEY P (1919) 11 CASTLES P (1983) 3 CATOGGIO V (1976-77) 30 CAVANAGH V (1955,57) 26 CHAMBERS B (2000,2012) 22* CHAMPION K (1941,45) 17 CHANDLER J (1902) 1 CHANDLER W (1904-06) 21 CHAPLIN A (1907) 7 CHAPLIN S (1991-92) 20 CHAPMAN T (1982-83) 11 CHATER A (1982) 1 CHERNOFF A (1942-44) 21 CHICK D (2008-09) 22 CHOPPING L (1914) 7 CHRISTIE A (1909-12) 45 CINORIS L (1917) 12 CLANCY A (1998,2000-01) 17 CLARK (1905) 2 CLARK D (2001-03) 27 CLARK G (1975-78) 33 CLARK G (2015- 30 CLARKE D (2012- 13 CLATWORTHY A (1960) 14 CLAY C (1961-62) 17 CLEMENT D (1926-27) 23 CLUNE P (1982) 7 CLYNE I (1977) 4 COBBY J (1939) 3 COCKBURN N (1924-26,30) 57 COCKER S (1987-91,93) 113 COCKIE A (2008-11,2015) 100 COCKRAM A (1969-70,72) 27 CODDE P (1943-44) 18 COFFEY R (1951-55) 73 COFFEY A (1984) 2 COGHLAN D (1931) 18 COLGAN J (1918) 5 COLLARD C (1954-55) 30 COMERY R (1916) 7 CONDON D (2000) 18 CONNELL M (1991-94,01,03) 93 CONNELL J (1996) 15 CONNOLLY A (1975-77,79) 12 CONROY (1901) 1 COOK C (1932) 1 COOK H (1945) 5 COOK B (1979-81) 25 COOKESLEY J (1908) 3 COOLEY E (1963) 4 COOPER (1902) 2 COOPER (1916) 9 COOPER J (1941,45) 16 COOPER J (1988-91) 35 COPE A (1988-89) 17 CORNFORD R (1953-55) 28 CORTI J (1950) 3 CORVINO E (1980) 1 COSSOM C (2000-11) 214 COTTER G (1979-83) 42 COULSON K (1966) 4 COURT D (1980-83) 41 COWARDINE A (1944) 3

SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB

COX W (1927) 1 COX W (1954,57,59) 14 COX M (1971) 1 COX P (1988-92,95-96) 71 COYLE G (1991-94) 80 CRABB H (1916-18) 34 CRANNAGE D (1949-50,52-53) 24 CRAWFORD (1902) 2 CREEPER A (2017- 9 CRONIN F (1905) 10 CROOKS J (1945) 1 CROSBY J (1997) 4 CROSSLEY F (1916) 1 CROUCH G (1972-75) 60 CROWLEY R (2003-) 42 CRUICKSHANK R (1947-49,51) 43 CRUTCHFIELD M (1983-86) 51 CULLEN J (1903) 6 CULLEN M (2012-2013) 7* CUMMING K (1938-40,45) 43 CUNNINGHAM I (1967,69-79) 182 CUREDALE E (1910-11) 15 CURNOW (1907) 16 CURNOW (II) (1907) 1 CURRAN (1907,09) 6 CURRIE (1908) 1 CURTIS D (1952-53) 5 CUSSEN K (1932) 13 CUZENS D (1962) 13 DAILY L (1910) 2 DAILY S (1928-38) 196 DAILY L (1931-32,35-37) 93 DAILY F (1934-35) 8 DALE W (1907-08) 11 DALTON R (1908) 1 DANIELL R (1934) 1 DANIELS R (2013- 21 DARGIE I (1986-88,91-94) 131 DARGIE C (1989) 2 DAVENPORT F (1971-80) 159 DAVENPORT T (2000-01,03) 7 DAVEY A (1910) 6 DAVEY C (1949-50,53) 44 DAVEY A (2009-2014) 56* DAVID (1902) 5 DAVIDSON A (1910) 4 DAVIDSON C (2012) 13* DAVIDSON J (1952-53) 17 DAVIES A (1933-38) 96 DAVIES W (1942-43) 17 DAVIES E (1951) 4 DAVIES S (1991-92,94) 35 DAVIES G (1997-00) 45 DAVIS F (1941,45) 7 DAVIS L (1952-54) 13 DAVIS D (1955-56) 22 DAVIS G (1981) 1 DAWSON (1916) 3 DAWSON N (1946) 7 DAWSON W (1983-86) 25 DAY W (1966) 3 DAYE J (2012-2013) 38* DAYKIN R (1911-15) 31 DEAN F (1955-64) 128 DEAN W (1982-86,90) 82 DEAN K (1954-61,63) 142 DEARLE G (1967-71) 65 DELAHUNTY L (2014- 64 DELAMERE G (1905-06) 26 DELUCA C (2012-2015) 54 DELUCA J (2014) 12 DENNIS-LANE T (2007-) 41 DENTON W (1955-62) 125 DETIUK M (1963) 1 DEVENISH-MEARES R (1973-78) 43 DEVENISH-MEARES B (1974-76) 34 DEWAR E (1959-61) 16 DICKIE J (1999) 4 DICKINSON E (1962) 1 DIGGINS B (1927-31) 87 DIGGINS O (1940-41,45-48) 100 DIMMER J (1973-79) 90 DIMMOCK M (1997-98) 11 DIPROSE J (1909-15,18) 116 DITCHBURN A (1929-31) 30 DIXON T (1952-55) 15 DIXON G (1953) 1 DIXON D (1968-70) 17 DOBSON P (1979-81) 16 DOHERTY W (1937-39) 3 DOLPHIN R (1963-64) 12 DONNELLY (1903) 1 DONNELLY A (1992-93,95-01) 84 DONOVAN P (1936-37) 36 DORE (1939) 2 DORNAN W (1953) 1 DORRIES H (1927) 1 DOUGE B (1977-81) 81 DOUGLAS A (1904) 8 DOUGLAS S (2009-2012) 21 DOWNER (1905) 3 DOWNEY W (1916) 3 DOYLE T (1943) 12 DUAN A (1945) 1 DUDA A (1980) 5 DUFALL S (1916) 3 DUFFY K (1942,47-48) 20

DUNNE W (1983) 6 DUNSTAN (1904) 1 DUNSTAN J (1963) 2 DURNTHALER G (1979-80) 17 DYKES M (1969) 1 EADES J (2011) 2 EAKINS P (1966-69,73) 68 EARLE E (1922) 1 EARNSHAW A (1953) 6 EATON (1941) 3 EDDY W (1919,21-24) 24 EDMONDSON B (1927-29) 36 EDMONDSON J (1933-34,37-38,40) 34 EDWARDS W (1901-02,05-06) 53 EDWARDS F (1906) 3 EDWARDS P (1906) 10 EDWARDS H (1925-26) 6 EDWARDS P (1998) 10 EIFFLER W (1943-44) 5 ELKINGTON L (2002) 1 ELLIOTT J (1929) 2 ELLIOTT D (2013-16) 14 ELLIS J (1920) 1 ELLIS P (1972,74-79) 88 EMERY (1903) 2 ENDERS C (2009) 1 ETHERIDGE N (1945) 2 ETTRIDGE B (1992) 1 EUSTACE D (1943-45) 7 EVANS (1906) 2 EVANS C (1941) 1 EVANS E (1941) 1 EVANS R (1991) 14 EXELL F (1941,46-50) 109 FACEY W (1907) 1 FAIRCLOUGH H (1917-18,22) 19 FAIRCLOUGH M (1983) 5 FAITHFULL P (1971) 4 FANCOTE P (1964-66) 16 FARQUHAR A (1924-25) 14 FARRELL P (1961,63-66) 72 FARRELL J (1962-67) 50 FARRELL B (1966) 3 FARRINGTON (1901) 1 FATHERS G (1975-77) 37 FAUL W (1929-31) 55 FEATHERBY J (1996) 13 FEATHERBY N (2000-03) 39 FEATHERBY P (1970-74,77-79,84-88)197 FEE G (1977,80) 4 FELTON F (1930,33) 3 FENNELL (1903) 1 FENNER H (1944,47,49-52) 38 FERGIE R (1908-09) 8 FERGUSON R (1936) 1 FERRIS (1901) 2 FETHERSTONHAUGH W (2013-16) 39 FIELD R (1988) 4 FIELDER T (1933) 3 FILEAR A (1928) 2 FILLMORE G (1906-07) 13 FIMMANO B (2015- 17 FINCH B (1942-45) 30 FINLAY (1902) 9 FIRTH R (1964-66) 19 FISHER A (1904) 4 FISHER A (1934-39) 62 FITCH R (1929-31) 34 FITZGERALD B (1961-62) 11 FITZPATRICK (1905) 2 FITZPATRICK M (1970-74) 97 FITZSIMMONS (1941) 1 FLEMMING R (1960) 1 FLETCHER D (1982) 1 FLETCHER C (1998,00-02,07-09) 49 FLINN N (1954-57,59-64) 112 FLOYD T (1984) 10 FLYNN (1916) 2 FOLEY T (1904,06) 8 FOLEY G (1910) 11 FOLLEY E (1909-11) 13 FOOKS F (1904) 14 FORD N (1920-21) 30 FORREST (1906) 1 FORREST D (1999) 2 FORREST R (2005-2014) 107 FOSTER E (1945) 3 FOSTER R (1950-51) 29 FOTHERINGHAME N (1984) 14 FOWLER R (1958-59) 15 FOX T (1942-44) 55 FRASER D (1906-07) 5 FRAWLEY E (1948) 2 FRENCH (1908) 1 FRY (1916) 3 FULLGRABE A (1987) 2 FUSSELL M (1977-81,84) 55 GALLAGHER M (2007) 1 GALLAGHER W (1953) 18 GAMBLE M (1950-54) 32 GARAVANTA B (1966-67) 9 GARCIA J (2012- 22 GARDINER (1908) 1 GARDINER C (2002-03) 20 GARMISTON S (1908) 6 GARNAUT G (1989) 7 GAUCI M (1997-98) 21

GELAVIS M (1949-51) 37 GENOVESE M (2012-2013) 4 GEORGE T (1965) 8 GEORGIADES J (1998-01) 28 GEORGIADES J (1986-88,91-93) 103 GEPP T (1978-82) 84 GERRICK A (1929) 1 GIBBS (1904) 1 GIBSON (1903) 1 GIESE H (1907-08) 18 GIESE (1907) 2 GILBERT N (1911) 9 (1932-33,36-41,45-46) 108 GILBERT W GILCHRIST N (1951-52) 11 GILLIES C (1901-04) 53 GILLIES G (1976) 2 GILMORE W (1916-18) 20 GILMORE S (1982) 1 GIMM F (1949) 8 GLASKIN (1916) 2 GLASS D (1956-62) 136 GLIDDEN N (1952-53,55) 43 GLUCK L (1905-06) 9 GODBER A (1921) 5 GODDEN T (1990-03) 145 GOLDING W (1987-94) 84 GOLDING E (1940) 20 GOOCH S (1994-96,98-00) 42 GOODE W (1901-02) 24 GOODE J (1944) 1 GORDON J (1907) 5 GORTON (1902) 4 GORTON R (1968-72) 52 GOSDEN R (1960-69) 166 GOW P (1964-65) 19 GRAFTON W (1951-53) 34 GRAHAM J (1908-09) 26 GRAHAM W (1909-10) 17 GRAY B (1986) 3 GREEN H (1907-08) 3 GREEN A (1915,19-28) 151 GREENV (1920) 1 GREEN M (1933-37) 70 GREEN N (1953-54) 8 GREEN G (1968) 1 GREEN B (2000) 1 GREENWOOD F (1928) 11 GREENWOOD N (1986) 1 GRENIKE (1902) 1 GRIEVE A (1990-92) 28 GRIFFIN J (1903-07) 60 GRIFFITHS M (1905,07) 8 GRIFFITHS L (1906-08) 17 GRIFFITHS E (1921) 1 GRIGG J (1922-33) 172 GROGAN (1916) 4 GROVER B (1963-64) 4 GROVER A (200-01, 03-05,10-13) 36* GRUMLEY C (1995) 17 GUHL A (1921-25) 70 GUILFOYLE (1910) 3 GUILFOYLE (1918) 4 GUINESS D (2017- 2 GUM T (2013) 9 GUMMOW (1901) 1 GUMMOW J (1908) 2 GWYNNE G (1908) 1 HADLEY F (1939-41,45) 9 HAGDORN E (1951) 7 HAGDORN J (1950-1953) 46 HAILWOOD F (1906) 6 HALES P (1971) 2 HALL (1941) 1 HALL G (1943-44,48-49) 45 HALL T (1976-81) 43 HALL C (2006-08) 46 HALL P (1975) 21 HALL J (1978-79) 6 HALLIDAY (1907) 6 HALLIGAN K (2013- 37 HALPIN L (1940-41) 10 HAMBLETON D (1935-40) 70 HAMBLETON G (1971) 8 HAMILTON F (1926-28) 52 HAMILTON A (1979-81) 65 HAMILTON J (1923-24,26-27,30) 67 HAMMOND (1902) 1 HAMMOND G (1917-19) 22 HAMPSON (1907) 1 HAMPSON R (1959-70) 224 HAMPSON D (1989-90,92-99) 169 HAMPSON G (2011-2014) 62* HAMPSTEAD (1907) 3 HANCOCK S (2015- 42 HANLON (1907) 15 HANNAH G (1908) 1 HANSEN R (1995-97) 38 HARDIE G (1922-23) 10 HARDIMAN L (1938-41) 69 HARDINGHAM D (1997-99) 36 HARKESS S (2000) 10 HARRIS (1902) 1 HARRIS C (1945) 2 HARROPP (1904) 1 HARVEY (1909) 1 HARVEY B (1996) 3 HASELHURST J (1964-67) 46


HASSETT P (2010-2012) 64* HATCH D (1949-50) 21 HAWKINS C (1942) 1 HAWKINS G (1990) 6 HAWKS R (1966) 3 HAWTIN J (1941,45-50) 105 HAY A (2008) 3 HAY N (2013-2016) 5 HAYDOCK D (1999) 11 HAYES M (1940-41) 15 HAYES C (2004-06,08 -09) 79 HAYES J (1943,47) 14 HAYLES A (1905-07) 10 HAYNES D (2002-03) 13 HAYNES M (2004-08) 107 HEAD (1906) 1 HEADLAND D (1998,05-12) 42 HEADY B (1988-90,92,94-96,99) 42 HEAGNEY (1919) 4 HEAL G (1965-67,70-71) 58 HEAL S (1967-77) 138 HEAL A (2014- 67 HEANEY P (1968) 1 HEATH T (1976-78) 17 HEATLEY J (1993-96) 73 HEBBARD W (1953-54) 14 HEFFERNAN V (1939,41) 8 HEFFERNAN-ROPER B (2010) 3 HEHIR (1902) 3 HEISE C (2006-07) 20 HENDERSON J (1904,06) 4 HENLEY (1906) 1 HENLEY N (1954-55) 3 HENNAH W (1907-09) 32 HERD C (1942) 11 HERD R (1942-46) 41 HERD D (1945-46) 19 HERRING R (2013) 8 HETHERINGTON J (1942) 12 HEWITT R (1972,74) 9 HEWITT E (1996) 16 HICKEY G (1924-26) 44 HICKEY L (1941,45-48) 48 HICKEY C (1984) 2 HICKMAN C (1954-57) 70 HICKS (1931) 1 HICKS G (1950-55) 71 HIGGINS P (1988-89) 8 HILDEBRANDT S (2006-2011, 2014) 138 HILL (1907-08) 2 HILL C (1964-68) 79 HINCHCLIFFE (1903) 2 HINES (1905) 1 HOCKING J (1996-98) 37 HODGE J (1942-44) 19 HODGE K (1942-43) 35 HODGE W (1944,49) 21 HODGE K (1924-25) 11 HODGKISS T (1967-69) 15 HOGAN R (1949) 17 HOGAN A (1971,73) 15 HOLDERS K (1944) 2 HOLMES T (1997-98,00-02,04-06) 102 HOLT W (1923-24) 13 HOOD C (2001-06) 66 HOOKWAY D (2009) 1 HOOPER S (1987-89) 5 HOOPER R (1990) 8 HOPKINSON S (1942,47-48) 27 HORSLEY K (2007-11,14- 162 HORTON (1916) 2 HORTON (1903) 6 HORWOOD A (1968) 2 HOSKING A (1907-09) 29 HOSKINS C (2015- 52 HOST G (1979) 1 HOULT P (1978) 10 HOWE A (1941,45-51)122 HOWSON A (1921-23) 34 HOWSON (1934) 1 HOYNE M (1963) 2 HUBBLE J (1993-95,99-00) 27 HUDSON F (1941) 3 HUDSON R (1990) 4 HUGHES (1941) 1 HUGHES S (1942-44,46-47) 40 HUGHES F (1950-54) 39 HUGHES D (2011) 23 HUGHES J (1953) 6 HUGO V (1907-08) 12 HUMPHREYS R (1992) 1 HUNT K (1938-40,46) 20 HUNTER C (1989-91) 27 HURDLE B (1941,45) 13 HUTCHESON G (1988-89) 15 HUTCHINSON B (1987-88,90-93) 105 INNES R (1949) 5 IRONMONGER G (1976-78,82-83) 34 IRVINE G (1963) 1 IRVING D (1998-99) 36 JACKMAN C (1979) 12 JACKS R (1967-72) 103 JACKSON J (1906-07) 17 JACKSON E (1910-11) 18 JACKSON D (1954-55) 7 JACKSON M (1977-78) 6 JACKSON D (2014- 49

JACOBS (1906) 1 JACOBS J (2009) 8 JAMES R (1960) 5 JAMES B (1962) 5 JAMES W (1952) 1 JARVIS R (1952-59) 129 JASPER R (1970-72,74-75) 47 JEAVONS M (1946-48) 36 JEFFERY G (1993) 2 JENKINS C (1997) 1 JENKINSON N (1959-61) 17 JENNINGS R (1941,46) 7 JENNINGS D (1946-48) 12 JENNINGS M (1988-89) 33 JENNINGS J (1934-38) 71 JOHNS G (1905-07) 19 JOHNS (1941) 4 JOHNS M (1978-83) 64 JOHNSON D (1962) 1 JOHNSON R (1967) 19 JOHNSON C (1998) 5 JOHNSTONE W (1942) 1 JONES L (1901-04,07) 44 JONES T (1901,03) 13 JONES E (1903) 2 JONES H (1944) 15 JONES D (1959) 1 JONES G (1987-89) 54 JONES A (2001,03-04) 14 JONES W (1946) 3 JOYCE B (1969-70) 7 JOYCE L (1971-75) 52 JOYCE J (2011- 46* JULIAN P (1995) 6 KANE G (1901-03) 20 KAYLOR-THOMSON J (2013-2014) 31 KEALLEY E (1910) 2 KEAN A (1945) 1 KEARSLEY (1916) 1 KEAST (1941) 2 KEELER D (1990) 1 KEENAN W (1967) 7 KEENE L (1981-88,90,94) 140 KEEVERS B (2000-01,03-11) 163 KELLY A (1921-22) 8 KELLY O (1934-36,41,46) 34 KELLY K (1941,46-47) 45 KELLY R (1942) 4 KELLY S (1944) 1 KELLY G (1982-84) 24 KEMP G (1988-93) 105 KEMP D (1989-91) 23 KENNEDY T (1909-11) 32 KENNEDY W (1921) 1 KENNEDY H (2014- 36 KENWORTHY S (1963) 2 KERR G (1930) 7 KERR K (1942) 4 KERR R (2009-2014) 82* KERSHAW E (1943-44,46-50) 89 KETTLEWELL N (1952,54) 14 KETTLEWELL L (1954-62,64-65) 205 KETTLEWELL S (1989-93) 15 KETTLEWELL N (1952-55,57) 28 KEYS C (1995) 2 KEYSER G (1988-90,93-94) 57 KICKETT D (1997) 12 KIELLER (1916) 2 KIERNAN l (1944-45) 6 KING B (1954) 1 KIRK H (1952) 16 KITCHIN R (1967-71) 57 KITCHIN L (2015- 66 KLOPPER B (1949) 7 KLUVER H (2004) 3 KNIGHTS B (2001) 18 KNIGHTS T (2004-05) 19 LADER (1903) 1 LAGUE B (1954-56) 35 LAING L (1911-16,19-21,23) 101 LAMB P (1976-87) 227 LAMB D (1980-86,89,93-96) 190 LANGDON K (1986-89,91,93-95) 69 LANGDON D (1989-90,92) 3 LANGE T (1996) 4 LANGE A (1996-97) 13 LANGER C (1965-67) 16 LANGER J (1994-95) 11 LANGRIDGE F (1942-44) 13 LANIGAN P (1948) 10 LARKINS S (2001-02,04-08) 74 LATHAM J (2014- 74 LAW (1904) 1 LAWRENCE S (1984) 5 LAWSON (1903) 2 LAWSON J (1942,48-49) 26 LAWSON D (1954-57) 73 LE FANU C (2013-2015) 44 LEACH Q (1999) 19 LEAHY M (2005-07) 11 LEE (1902) 1 LEE B (1942-44) 17 LEE J (2012) 1 LEE M (1980-91) 157 LEESON W (1940) 5 LEESON J (1941) 7 LEISHMAN D (2012-16) 50

LEISHMAN S (1983-85) 48 LEITCH G (1939) 14 LEMON F (1902) 1 LEMON J (1923) 1 LENNON (1901) 8 LENNON B (1962) 2 LEONARD J (1922-30) 141 LESLIE G (1941) 11 LESTER (1906) 3 LESTER S (1989-93) 25 LEVITZKE B (1980) 1 LEWINGTON P (1980) 2 LEWIS A (1906,08-11) 46 LIDDELOW L (1983) 2 LIDDICOAT J (1938) 6 LIGHTFOOT G (1975-79) 13 LILLEY H (1917) 1 LIMB H (1911-20,23) 126 LIND E (1952-55) 56 LINDBERG J (1988,90) 5 LINDSAY R (1941,46-51,53) 89 LINDSAY L (1972) 2 LITHERLAND A (2017- 20 LOCKYER J (2015- 60 LOHOAR B (1980,82,84) 27 LOUGHRIDGE W (1911-13) 38 LOWRY (1906) 3 LOWRY L (1926-30) 51 LOXLEY W (1977-80) 19 LUCAS D (2002-03,05) 43 LUKE F (1939-41) 27 LYNCH P (1922) 9 MacDONALD D (1993) 4 MacDONALD B (1996-97) 10 MACKAY E (1910-12) 29 MACKAY P (1929-35,39) 110 MACKIE W (1942,50) 19 MacNISH A (1985-96) 195 MACRONE A (1916) 9 MADDERN W (1910-11) 14 MADUT D (2013-) 18 MAFFINA G (1944) 6 MAGUIRE F (1989-91) 34 MAHON M (1929) 8 MAHONEY B (2012-16) 96* MALAXOS H (1942-43) 29 MALONE M (1970-76,78) 103 MALONEY (1906) 1 MALONEY R (2001-04) 72 MAMMION (1903) 1 MANN (1902) 8 MANNING R (1971-76) 49 MAPLESTON D (2006-09) 86 MARINKO D (1923) 3 MARLOW R (1976-78) 7 MARONEY (1902) 3 MARSHALL W (1968,70) 42 MARSHALL K (1978-82) 68 MARSHALL R (1989) 1 MARSHALL B (1997-98) 4 MARSHALL N (1999-03,05) 82 MARTIN F (1937) 1 MARTIN G (1957) 6 MARTIN W (1959-67) 131 MARTIN S (2007) 9 MARTIN S (2012-2013) 4 MASCHMEDT J (1950) 9 MASLIN G (1977) 11 MASTERS J (1932) 3 MATERA B (2017- 6 MATHESON R (1904) 1 MATHESON S (2005-06) 21 MATHEWS K (1953) 5 MATSON P (1912-17) 79 MATTHEWS C (1914-16,19-20) 52 McAULIFFE R (1951-55) 56 McCALLUM M (1933-39) 94 McCANN C (1908) 6 McCARTHY (1901) 2 McCLEMENTS (1920) 3 McCLUMPHA (1905) 7 McCORMICK (1905) 2 McDONALD (1906) 1 McDONALD (1917-18) 17 McDONALD L (1923) 1 McDONALD Z (1976-80) 57 McDONALD P (1980) 13 McDONALD S (1997-99) 51 McDONALD B (2013-) 4 McDONNELL R (2011-) 16 McDOUGALL B (1988-90,92) 56 McDOUGALL A (2013-14) 23 McDOWALL (1917) 1 McFARLANE S (1994-95,98-99) 60 McFAULL B (1982-83) 22 McGILL (1901) 2 McGILVRAY W (1955-59) 51 McGOWAN S (1993) 2 McGRADE G (1950-56) 117 McHARRY W (1901) 2 McINTOSH N (1991-93) 11 McINTYRE W (1904) 7 McINTYRE F (1939-41,45) 30 McKAY J (2002-03) 15 McKENNA T (2004-06) 6 McKENZIE P (1996-97) 28 McKENZIE S (2016) 6

McLEOD (1916) 1 McLEOD J (1932,35-36) 15 McMAHON J (1923) 1 McMANUS S (2001,03) 8 McNAMARA E (1920) 7 McNAUGHTON D (1935,38-39) 19 McNAUGHTON C (1996-97) 3 McNEIL C (1961-62) 11 McQUEEN C (1934) 5 McSWEENEY (1902) 3 MEDBURY A (1956-59) 38 MELBOURNE J (1903-04) 20 MELLET K (1945,47) 5 MELVILLE F (1908) 1 MELVILLE V (1980-83) 40 MENEGOLA S (2015 14 MERIFIELD K (1957-68) 212 MERILLO J (1999) 4 MERRETT G (1966) 11 MERSON F (1932-38) 93 MERTON H (1918) 2 MERVCICH R (1973) 2 METHERELL W (1927-29) 45 METROPOLIS P (1965-73) 159 METROPOLIS D (1991-98,01-03) 90 MIERS D (1981-82) 21 MILENTIS G (1999) 3 MILES S (2006-07) 4 MILLER (1937) 1 MILLER K (1956-57) 5 MILLER C (2002-04) 49 MILLER P (1992-98) 104 MILLS W (1908) 1 MILLS H (1922) 5 MILLS R (1934-40) 109 MILLSON (1906) 2 MINSON T (1914-15) 18 MITCHELL S (2002) 6 MOFFATT (1909) 2 MOHEN P (1992-93) 15 MOIR D (1960) 9 MOLONEY S (1996) 7 MONAGHAN S (1988-90) 21 MONAGHAN W (1986-88,91-97) 158 MONTEATH J (1908) 3 MONTELEONE M (1973-75) 10 MOORE R (1904-05) 18 MOORE B (1942) 4 MOORE S (2012-16) 53 MOORES C (2005-07) 15 MORGAN H (1910-13,20) 82 MORGAN H (1950) 5 MORIARTY K (1950-52) 41 MORPHESSE R (1941) 5 MORRIS T (1925-26) 2 MORRIS F (1929-30) 16 MORRIS W (1950-51,54) 26 MORT M (1982-83,85-88) 54 MOSS G (1954) 4 MULGRAVE (1906) 1 MULLER R (2009-2012) 20 MULLINEUX A (1933-34) 8 MUNDY D (1986-87) 3 MUNDY D (2004-) 20 MUNRO W (1919) 9 MUNRO P (1980-81) 33 MURPHY J (1907-08) 17 MURPHY J (1915-22) 82 MURPHY F (1935-37) 53 MURPHY P (1944) 1 MURRAY J (1953) 1 MURRAY D (1961,63) 5 MURRAY J (1980-81) 27 MYSLIS M (1913-14) 4 NALTY C (1906) 8 NANOVICH M (1952) 10 NELMES R (1956-57,59) 15 NELSON E (1912) 16 NELSON V (1933) 5 NELSON D (1978) 2 NELSON D (2017- 4 NELTHORPE C (1960,65) 4 NETHERWAY K (1958-60) 7 NETTLETON M (1999) 1 NEVIN M (1965) 1 NEWICK L (2001-10) 150 NEWTON R (1952) 7 NEWTON R (1958-63) 98 NICHOLAS A (1904) 4 NICHOLLS (1942) 1 NICOSKI M (2002-08,10-13) 48 NISSEN A (1928-30,33) 54 NOLAN (1902) 1 NONMUS E (1946) 4 NOONAN T (1902-04) 28 NORRIE A (1907) 1 NORRIS (1902) 7 NORRISS L (2015) 3 OAG J (1954-59) 61 OAKLEY G (1914-15,19) 35 OAKLEY L (2004-05) 32 OBERMAN M (1943) 18 OBORNE B (2001) 13 O’BRIEN G (1933) 2 O’BRIEN L (1955) 1 O’BRIEN J (1956-61) 88 O’BRIEN G (1985) 1

O’BRIEN K (1993-95) 43 O’CALLAGHAN R (1962,66) 8 O’CONNELL J (1977) 5 O’CONNOR F (1923-24) 2 O’CONNOR N (1993-02) 167 O’CONNOR R (1976-77) 12 O’DEA B (1944) 4 O’DONNELL A (1907) 2 O’DONNELL R (1909) 13 O’FARRELL C (1973-75) 33 O’HALLORAN J (2007-08) 2 O’KEEFE J (1949) 1 O’LEARY (1902-03) 3 OLIPHANT D (1965-68) 25 OLIVER R (1943-45,48) 38 O’LOUGHLIN G (1979,84-87) 75 O’MAHONY E (1945) 3 O’NEILL S (1990) 1 O’ROURKE D (1921) 3 ORR W (1912-13,16) 41 ORR W (1942,45-49) 68 ORR R (1944) 1 ORTON L (1945) 2 O’SULLIVAN L (1941,45) 10 O’SULLIVAN C (2003) 14 OUTRAM B (1901-05) 38 OUTRIDGE H (1915,19-21) 16 OUTRIDGE T (1919-31) 168 OUTRIDGE T (1945) 2 OWENELL J (1969-71) 4 PAAP S (2000-05) 68 PACKER (1907) 1 PAGE (1916) 2 PAGE L (1974-76) 38 PALMER D (1901-02) 9 PANG R (2000) 18 PARKER C (1926-27,29-30) 27 PARKER R (1945) 1 PARKER G (1951) 13 PARKER S (1993-96,07) 51 PARKER D (1996-00) 61 PARKER A (2001-02,05-13) 232* PARKIN D (1975) 8 PARNCUTT J (1903) 3 PARRIMAN M (1996-97) 12 PARRY A (1945) 1 PARRY R (1960-61) 11 PARRY D (1975) 4 PARRY C (2001-02) 19 PARRY S (2017- 5 PARSONS L (1918-19) 17 PARSONS A (2000-01) 8 PASCOE L (1955) 1 PASKOS D (1944) 2 PASSMORE L (1945-46) 3 PATERSON B (1967-73) 96 PATMORE B (1961) 6 PATON (1921) 1 PATTISON (1906) 1 PAULSEN D (1996-97) 11 PEARCE C (1901-02) 13 PEERS G (1912) 3 PEERS H (1936-40,45) 60 PELL J (1991) 2 PENBERTHY S (1927-31) 80 PENBERTHY J (1927-29) 15 PENGEL J (1923-31) 131 PENNY L (1948) 2 PEPPERELL J (1908-10) 31 PERKINS D (2017- 6 PERRIS S (1957,59,61) 9 PERRY A (1915) 1 PERRY D (1980-83) 29 PERRY L (1985) 10 PETHICK M (1959-62,64-66) 130 PETHICK J (1989-90) 20 PHELAN C (2008- 151* PHILLIPS (1915-16) 5 PHILLIPS D (1933) 10 PHILLIPS H (1964) 3 PHILLIPS D (1966) 4 PHILLIPS N (2013) 5 PICKETT A (2003-11) 180 PICKETT A (2010-2014) 19 PICKLES R (1944) 1 PIGGOTT D (1987-88) 4 PIGGOTT S (1992) 4 PITCHER R (1999-00) 9 PLEASS G (1905) 1 POCKLINGTON C (2012) 1 PORRIT (1903) 2 POSA M (1948-49,51-54) 46 POWELL R (2017- 12 POWER G (1932,34) 4 PREEDY G (1915-24) 114 PRESTON (1915) 1 PRESTON R (1942,46-47) 19 PRIDDIS M (2003-06) 63 PRINCE E (1923) 5 PRITCHARD B (1944,49,51) 26 PROPERJOHN E (1913) 2 PROSSER (1931) 1 PROUSE S (1942-44,46-48,50) 107 PRYOR T (1964,67) 14 PUDDEY T (1913-20) 116 PUDDEY F (1918) 2 PUDDEY H (1918) 1

PUISELLI M (1953) 1 PUTT I (1984,86) 6 QUICK B (1984) 10 QUILL G (1917-18) 15 RADFORD R (1996) 2 RAFFERTY J (1913) 13 RAKICH I (1986) 6 RALPH W (1947-48) 16 RAMSDEN A (1910) 1 RANDALL N (1971-79) 152 RANDALL B (2003-2013) 129* RANDELL J (1903,05-09) 79 RANN R (1903-05) 27 RAPHAEL P (1921) 3 RATTRAY A (1987-89) 41 RAWLINGS E (1920-22) 33 RAY M (1980) 4 RAYNER M (1972-73) 4 RE M (2010) 5 READ D (1987-88,90) 11 READ P (2008-10) 40 REED (1906-07) 5 REEVES R (1981-84) 54 REILLY L (1949-52) 38 REYNOLDS J (1908-09) 14 RHODES J (1944) 2 RHODES D (1974-77) 48 RICH A (1956-57) 15 RICH D (2007-08) 21 RICHARDS W (1953) 10 RICHARDS T (2010) 6 RICHARDSON J (1903-04) 5 RICHARDSON R (1921-22,26) 5 RICHARDSON A (1931-36) 81 RICHARDSON G (1977-78) 8 RICHARDSON C (1997-99) 29 RICHES L (1924-27) 68 RICHMOND D (2000) 2 RICONI A (1922) 9 RIDD P (1910-12) 43 RIDDLE M (1994) 3 RIDLEY P (1993,95-98,06) 39 RIDLEY T (1998-01) 56 RINALDI B (2006-07) 29 RISEBOROUGH M (1951) 2 RIX M (2009-11) 51 ROADS P (1945) 1 ROBBINS T (1956-64) 159 ROBBINS D (2004-06) 59 ROBERTS G (1939) 9 ROBERTS C (1953) 1 ROBERTS F (1960) 4 ROBERTS B (1960) 6 ROBERTS C (1985-87) 25 ROBERTSON A (1904, 08) 18 ROBERTSON J (1937) 1 ROBERTSON I (1940,45-46) 13 ROBERTSON K (1942-45) 17 ROBERTSON A (1962-65,67-74) 251 ROBINSON R (1975-77) 15 ROBINSON N (1979) 2 ROBINSON B (2015-16) 36 RODAN J (1952) 4 RODD E (1907-08) 15 RODGER S (1930,32-34) 52 RODGER G (1963-65) 14 RODRIGUEZ R (1918-22,24-27) 105 RODRIGUEZ C (1919) 12 ROE M (1934-36,38-41) 102 ROE D (1940) 2 ROGERS J (1918-19) 14 ROGERS E (1945-49) 49 ROONEY F (1945) 1 ROPER D (1916) 9 ROSE A (1979-80) 18 ROSICH S (1988-89) 7 ROSS J (1947) 2 ROSS L (1968) 1 ROSS P (1982-85) 25 ROWE (1909) 1 ROWE S (1971-72) 4 ROWLANDS (1907) 1 RUBERY J (1940,45) 3 RUDD C (2001-03) 19 RUMBLE D (2003-2015) 229 RUSHTON (1903) 1 RUSSELL A (1931-32) 27 RUSSELL G (1950-51) 26 RYAN D (1934-35) 26 RYAN O (1938-39) 10 RYAN G (1941,45) 12 RYAN L (1946-48) 55 RYAN M (1946) 12 RYAN S (2002-03) 35 RYAN J (2004-05) 12 RYAN L (2016- 39 SADLER C (1907-09,16) 28 SALT N (1953,55) 7 SAMPSON T (1917-19,21-24) 58 SAMPSON A (1947) 4 SANDERS C (1908) 16 SANDS A (1926) 1 SANDWELL A (1949) 2 SARICH E (1970) 14 SARRE B (1960-69) 172 SARRE J (1962-69) 81 SAUNDERS J (1955-56) 5

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TOTAL GAMES SAUNDERS K (2001) 2 SAVAGE N (1978-79) 10 SAXBY (1905) 1 SCADDAN J (1911-15,17) 57 SCADDAN R (1920) 4 SCADDAN S (1921-27) 85 SCAFIDI J (2014- 3 SCAHILL A (1930) 6 SCAPIN K (1954) 3 SCHMIDT J (1990) 7 SCHOFIELD A (1916,18) 5 SCHOFIELD J (1993-98,05-08) 114 SCHULTZ G (1975-81) 89 SCOTT (1902) 7 SCOTT (1906) 1 SCOTT J (1919,23-24) 26 SCOTT L (1941) 7 SCOTT P (1982-87,91-92) 110 SCOTT A (2010) 5 SCREAIGH M (1959-63) 87 SCREAIGH J (1956,58) 18 SCREECH K (1975-78,80) 53 SEABROOK M (1954-56) 10 SEARLE F (1945-48) 68 SELLS S (1984-86) 57 SEXTON F (1919-26) 89 SEYMOUR (1905) 5 SHADDICK R (1966) 7 SHARP H (2000) 10 SHAW M (2002) 5 SHAWCROSS J (1995-00) 87 SHEA K (1938-39) 37 SHEAN W (1967-68) 4 SHEARER A (1952-53) 19 SHEARER M (1976) 2 SHEARER C (1998) 7 SHEED D (2012-) 7 SHEEHAN (1906) 1 SHEEHAN R (2010) 4 SHELDON M (1981-83) 36 SHEPHEARD A (1973-76) 54 SHEPHEARD H (2016) 22 SHEPHERD (1941) 1 SHIELDS A (1995-99) 51 SHORT L (1909) 17 SHORT W (1913) 17 SHORTLAND-JONES I (1961-63,66) 38 SIERAKOWSKI B (1969-74) 115 SIERAKOWSKI D (2002-03) 25 SIMON (1917) 1 SIMPSON (1904) 1 SIMPSON C (1968-72) 65 SIMPSON T (1997-98) 34 SIMS W (1946) 3 SINCLAIR (1908) 1 SINCLAIR C (2012-2013) 22* SKINNER A (1908-10,16) 7 SKULLEY H (1921) 14

SLADE A (1988) 2 SLATER K (1964-66) 52 SLATTER M (1992-93) 7 SLATTERY C (1921) 2 SLEEP C (1969) 3 SLOAN B (1987) 1 SLOPER D (1976) 12 SMITH J (1901-03) 15 SMITH W (1921) 1 SMITH J (1925-26) 4 SMITH A (1925-28) 58 SMITH G (1929-34) 116 SMITH P (1933) 1 SMITH N (1937-41,45-46) 94 SMITH B (1938-41) 49 SMITH J (1942-43,45-55) 159 SMITH S (1955) 1 SMITH B (1955-58) 45 SMITH B (1962) 13 SMITH T (1969-71) 21 SMITH J (1970-72) 26 SMITH R (1973-74) 39 SMITH A (1980) 1 SMITH G (1980) 1 SMITH J (1991) 1 SMITH B (1998-04,07-09) 140 SMITH A (2000-01) 36 SMITH M (2004-08,10-12) 53 SMITH R (2010) 1 SMITH T (2014-16) 4 SMYTHE (1916) 1 SMYTHE M (2012-13) 10 SNASHALL C (1927,30-33) 73 SNASHALL N (1932,34,36) 17 SNASHALL (1941) 1 SNOOKS L (1944) 4 SNOW S (1909-20,22) 172 SNOW (1916) 1 SNOW D (1990-95) 110 SOKOL B (2016- 33 SOMERFORD W (1949-50) 16 SOMERFORD M (1950-56,58) 76 SOUNNESS L (1993-96) 61 SOUTHEE H (1901) 1 SPARKS K (1985-88) 50 SPENCER P (1985-86) 21 SPILCKER N (1990) 5 STACK R (2007-10) 34 STAMPALIA J (1978) 1 STANLEY K (1967) 1 STANTON M (1973) 4 STAPLES M (1982-83) 5 STEELE W (1915-23) 120 STEER N (1942-47) 56 STEHN N (1934-37) 36 STEINEPREIS R (1985-87) 16 STENGLEIN T (1997-98,09) 30 STEPHENS B (1940-41) 20

STEPHENS R (1970-72) 20 STEVENS (1901) 6 STEVENS R (1911) 2 STEVENS W (1957-62) 108 STEVENSON B (2010- 85 STEWART M (1933) 7 STEWART C (1944) 16 STEWART K (1948) 1 STEWART D (1963) 5 STEWART M (1979) 1 STEWART G (1983) 1 STEWART N (2014) 2 STILES J (1916-18) 35 STOCKDALE R (2001,04) 6 STOCKLEY F (2014-15) 18 STOKES G (1963) 2 STONE (1916) 2 STONE E (1960) 16 STONE P (1966) 9 STRACK L (1932-40,46) 175 STRANGER T (1956) 3 STROTHER A (1931-32) 21 STUART D (1939) 11 STUART H (1995) 21 STUBBS R (1944) 10 STYLES F (1910-14) 35 STYLES L (1975) 8 SULLIVAN (1901) 1 SULLIVAN (1906) 1 SULLIVAN T (1913-15) 50 SULLIVAN C (1922) 1 SULLIVAN B (1930) 2 SULLIVAN M (1965-67) 5 SULLIVAN J (1986-89) 32 SURGRUE J (1945) 2 SUTHERLAND J (1953) 1 SUTHERLAND T (2017) 1 SWANN F (1901-04) 44 SWANN C (1972-73) 8 SWEET J (1950-51) 41 SWITSUR W (1935-36) 6 SYMONS F (1938-40) 22 SYMONS M (1991,00-01) 41 TAGGART W (1951-52) 29 TAIT J (1912-14) 26 TAPPER (1901) 1 TARIK R (1968) 3 TARRANT F (1911-12) 6 TAYLOR J (1934-38) 30 TAYLOR C (1937-39) 19 TAYLOR P (1943) 1 TAYLOR N (1961-65) 51 TAYLOR G (1962) 1 TAYLOR D (1971-72,74) 10 TAYLOR N (1975-89) 260 TAYLOR B (1979-82,84-91) 211 TEEUWISSEN M (1991-94) 15 TESTER G (1980-81) 9

THOMAS (1902) 2 THOMAS W (1911-14) 57 THOMAS W (1916) 4 THOMAS R (1955) 13 THOMAS P (1981-83) 34 THOMPSON J (1903-08) 72 THOMPSON H (1905-06) 14 THOMPSON (1905) 2 THOMPSON W (1923-26) 46 THOMSON S (1994-00) 74 TILLER M (1960) 2 TILLOTSON (1903) 6 TIMMERMAN B (1968-69) 20 TOIA L (1995-03) 81 TOLL C (1908) 6 TOLL L (1932-35,37-39) 91 TOLL R (1934,36) 27 TONKINSON E (1942,45,49-50) 44 TOOHEY C (1994,96) 12 TOWNSEND J (1984) 2 TRACEY H (1953) 1 TREEN P (1907-10) 60 TREGEAR T (1974) 10 TRENBERTH G (1940,47) 26 TREND R (1943-44) 34 TREWHELLA (1941) 2 TREWHELLA M (2006-07) 4 TRIPLETT R (1958-59) 31 TROY M (1910) 7 TUCKER I (1980-81,83-84) 28 TUCKER H (1944) 13 TUCKER R (1952) 18 TUCKEY D (1979) 1 TUCKWELL G (1979) 1 TULLOCH (1916) 1 TUOHY F (1908) 14 TWOMEY W (2014- 76 TYMMS (1916) 1 TYSON J (1923) 2 TYSON C (1956-60) 93 UHE (1906) 9 UKOVIC A (2003) 6 UNDERWOOD T (1989) 4 UNSWORTH J (1950) 2 UREN (1903) 3 VALLI W (1981-82) 37 VALLI M (1986-87) 5 VENABLES C (1996-97) 20 VERMEERSCH R (2017- 3 VERYARD C (1921-22) 4 VINCENT G (1967) 7 VINES P (2002-05) 45 VINEY T (2010) 1 VIRGO G (1941) 1 VIRGO M (2007-08) 6 VOOLES G (1966) 2 WADE R (2011-) 13 WALDING (1903) 1

WALKER A (1980-81) 6 WALKER B (2004-05) 30 WALL G (1904) 10 WALLEY C (1967) 6 WALLISH (1903-04) 8 WALLWORK P (1984-85) 5 WALSH C (1954) 14 WALTERS R (1920,22-23) 21 WALTERS M (2016- 25 WALTON (1906) 1 WARD C (1902-10) 111 WARD H (1906-07) 17 WARD S (2011) 3 WARMAN T (1908) 1 WARNER B (1982-87) 55 WARREN S (1937-38) 17 WATERS J (1989) 1 WATERS R (2011-16) 68* WATKINS R (1965-67) 8 WATSON J (2009) 5 WATT K (1970-73,78) 71 WATTERSON R (1948-50) 35 WEBB J (1922) 4 WEBB M (2002-10) 175 WEBSTER (1903) 3 WEILAND R (1923-31,33,35,37-38,40) 102 WESCOMBE S (2004-05) 9 WEST B (1955) 1 WESTERN H (1954) 14 WESTERN J (1984,86-87) 16 WESTON H (1911-14) 25 WHATELEY K (1944) 11 WHEELER C (2011- 134* WHELAN (1905) 3 WHITBY S (2001) 4 WHITE (1904) 2 WHITE A (1953-61) 136 WHITE M (1990-92,94) 44 WHITE S (2009-) 19 WHITFIELD (1915-16,18) 4 WHYTE T (2012) 1 WILDY C (1901-02,07-08) 21 WILDY H (1903-05) 28 WILDY F (1905-06) 21 WILDY C (1907-09) 32 WILKINS J (1938) 5 WILKINSON A (1940,45-46) 29 WILKINSON D (1965) 7 WILKINSON G (1983-88) 112 WILLET R (1984-95) 188 WILLIAMS J (1938) 7 WILLIAMS F (1939-41,46-50) 122 WILLIAMS J (1948-49) 10 WILLIAMS G (1949) 1 WILLIAMS T (1956-59,61-64,66) 127 WILLIAMS M (1957-58) 15 WILLIAMS E (1963) 2 WILLIAMS C (1963-76) 252

WILLIAMS T (1964-68) 60 WILLIAMS K (1967-68) 3 WILLIAMS W (1974-79) 51 WILLIAMS D (1991) 2 WILLIAMS M (1991) 1 WILLIAMS M (1991-92) 35 WILLIAMSON J (1911) 4 WILLIAMSON K (1963-65) 8 WILLIAMSON M (1996-97) 12 WILLIS W (1913-15) 47 WILLS A (2001) 16 WILSON C (1901-03,07) 36 WILSON E (1901) 14 WILSON N (1954) 1 WILSON M (1954) 2 WILSON G (1962) 3 WILSON D (1982-83) 24 WILSON P (1982-84) 14 WINTON (1918) 2 WOLFE C (1914-15) 38 WOOD M (2013-2015) 28 WOODEN J (1997-98,02-06) 55 WOODEN J (2010) 1 WOODHOUSE G (1956-58) 34 WOODHOUSE S (1975-76) 18 WOODLEY C (1999,02) 8 WOODLEY J (2016) 1 WOODS F (1924) 7 WOOLHOUSE (1916) 2 WORTHINGTON S (2010-2015) 79* WRAY (1916) 1 WRENSTED C (1953) 2 WRIGHT T (1965-67) 33 WRIGHT G (1974-78) 49 WROTH (1916) 6 WROTH (1916) 11 WULFF A (1923) 3 WYLLIE J (2002-04) 16 WYNN-TAYLOR S (1984) 1 YARRAN S (2014-15) 39 YARRAN H (2016) 2 YATES F (1937-38) 19 YEATES W (1936-38,41) 36 YOULDEN P (1913-16) 53 YOUNG E (1901,06) 13 YOUNG R (1964-69) 76 YOUNG G (1969-72,79) 77 YOUNG C (1991) 16 YOUNG S (1997) 4 ZAMPOGNA A (1990-91) 9 ZANOTTI M (1983-88) 60

RECORDS AT A GLANCE - FOUNDED: 1896 ENTERED LEAGUE 1901 W.A.F.L. PREMIERSHIPS (13) 1912: v East Fremantle 1913: v Perth 1915: v West Perth 1924: v East Fremantle 1973: v West Perth 1986: v East Fremantle 1988: v Claremont 2004: v Claremont 2006: v South Fremantle 2007: v Claremont 2008: v Swan Districts 2014: v East Perth 2015: V West Perth

RESERVES PREMIERS (14) 1958, 1959, 1969, 1972, 1984, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2017

RUNNERS UP (15): 1925, 1926, 1931, 1933, 1935, 1959, 1985, 1987, 1991, 1995, 2003, 2009, 2011, 2016, 2017

R.P. RODRIGUEZ SHIELD (11) 1970, 1973, 1986, 1995, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2014, 2015, 2017

GRAND FINALS (28) 1912, 1913, 1915, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1931, 1933, 1935, 1959, 1973, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1995, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

HIGHEST SUBIACO OVAL ATTENDANCE 51,385 (Grand Final W.P. v E.P. 30.9.1960) 26,744 (Neutral Games S.F. v W.P. 6.6.1949) 21,088 (Home & Away Games S v C. 2.6.1986)

FINALS (54) 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1917, 1919, 1920, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1933, 1935, 1936, 1943, 1946, 1959, 1961, 1964, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 LONGEST PREMIERSHIP DROUGHT 49 years (1924-1973) SUCCESSIVE FINALS 12 (1998-2009) SUCCESSIVE GRAND FINALS 4 (1985-1988) & (2006-2009) & (2014-2017) HIGHEST CLUB SCORE 29.33.207 vs Peel Thunder 3.5.23 (2008) 33.9. 207 vs South Fremantle 21.18. 144 (2010)

THIRDS, COLTS, UNDER 19’S (2) 1974, 1989 FOURTHS PREMIERS (1) 1970

ALL AUSTRALIAN PLAYERS Brian Sarre (1966) Peter Eakins (1969) George Young (1972) Laurie Keene (1986) Andrew MacNish (1986) SANDOVER MEDAL WINNERS 1921 Tom Outridge (Ruckman) 1926 John Leonard (Rover) 1929 John Leonard (Rover) 1935 Lou Daily (Fullback) 1938 Haydn Bunton (Rover) 1939 Haydn Bunton (Rover) 1941 Haydn Bunton (Rover) 1991 Ian Dargie (Wingman) 1994 Ian Dargie (Wingman) 2000 Richard Ambrose (CHF) 2004 Allistair Pickett (Rover) 2006 Matt Priddis (Midfielder)

LOWEST CLUB SCORE 0.0 v South Fremantle 4.8.32 (1906)

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W.A.F.L. LEADING GOALSCORERS 1912 Herbert Limb 40 goals 1915 Herbert Limb 46 goals 1920 R.P. Rodriguez 36 goals 1957 D. Glass 83 goals 1962 A. Robertson 89 goals 1964 A. Robertson 94 goals 1965 A. Robertson 108 goals 1968 A. Robertson 162 goals 1969 A. Robertson 116 goals 1970 A. Robertson 113 goals 1971 A. Robertson 111 goals 1972 A. Robertson 98 goals 1987 T. Breman 111 goals 1988 T. Breman 77 goals 1993 J. Heatley 111 goals 1995 J. Heatley 123 goals 1998 T. Ridley 73 goals 2003 B. Smith 84 goals 2004 B. Smith 109 goals 2005 L. Oakley 83 goals 2007 B. Smith 126 goals 2008 B. Smith 110 goals 2011 B Broadhurst 73 goals 2015 S Yarran 54 goals 2017 L Ryan 73 goals SFC LEADING GOALSCORERS Austin Robertson Jnr 1214 Brad Smith 530 Reg Hampson 385 Jason Heatley 370 Todd Breman 370 Andrew MacNish 345 Blake Broadhurst 319 Donald Glass 284 Jack Jennings 255 Laurie Keene 251 MOST GOALS IN A MATCH 15 A Robertson v East Fremantle 31.6.1968

TASSIE MEDAL WINNERS 1969 Peter Eakins SIMPSON MEDAL WINNERS 1963 Brian Sarre (WA v Victoria) 1973 Peter Featherby (WA v SA) 1973 Dennis Blair (v West Perth, G/Final) 1981 Gary Buckenara (WA v Victoria) 1985 Brian Taylor (v East Fremantle, G/Final) 1986 Mark Zanotti (v East Fremantle, G/Final) 1988 Michael Lee (v Claremont, G/Final) 1998 Dean Irving (WA v SA) 2000 Brad Campbell (WA v SA) 2004 Paul Vines (v Claremont, G/Final) 2005 Matt Priddis ( WA v QAFL) 2006 Caine Hayes (WA v SA) 2006 Marc Webb (v South Femantle, G/Final) 2007 Brad Smith (v Claremont, G/Final) 2008 Chris Hall (v Swan Districts, G/Final) 2014 Jason Bristow (v East Perth, G/Final) 2015 Matthew Boland (v West Perth, G/Final) LARKE MEDAL WINNERS 2013 Dominic Sheed (WA v VIC) LONG SERVICE PLAYERS (SFC RECORDS) Neil Taylor (1975-1989) 260 games Colin Williams (1963-1976) 252 Austin Robertson (1962-1974) 251 Aidan Parker (2001-02,05-13) 232* Darren Rumble (2003-2015) 229 Phil Lamb (1976-1987) 227 Reg Hampson (1959-1970) 224 Tom Outridge (1917-1931) 217 Chad Cossom (2000 - 2011) 214 Kevin Merifield (1957-1968) 213 Brian Taylor (1979-1991) 211 Laurie Kettlewell (1954-1965) 205 Clinton Brown (1980-1990) 204 Stuart Daily (1928-1940) 202


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Laurie Keene Dwayne Lamb Phil Scott Andrew Macnish Mark Zanotti Glen O’Laughlin Warren Dean Karl Langdon Todd Breman John Georgiades Ian Dargie Mark Zanotti Brett Heady Deam Kemp Warren Dean Mitchell White Matthew Burton Brett Hutchison Damian Hampson Ian Dargie Daniel Metropolis Matthew Connell Steven Davies Michael Symons Jamie Billington Jay Burton Todd Breman Drew Banfield Travis Burton Jarrad Schofield Tony Godden Chris Batka Paul Ridley Scott Thomson David Sierakowski Andrew Donnelly Andrew Macnish Damian Hampson Jason Heatley Mark Zanotti Paul Ridley Ryan Humphreys Luke Toia Shane Parker Matthew Burton Jay Burton Scott Gooch Sam McFarlane Matthew Connell Scott Thomson Daniel Parker Sam McFarlane Evan Hewitt Andrew Donnelly Tony Godden Jason Heatley Michael Gardiner Paul Blair Todd Holmes Trent Simpson Scott Gooch Cameron Venables Chad Fletcher Des Headland Tyson Stenglein Adam Lange Jarrad Schofield Cameron Venables Ashley Clancy Antoni Grover Andrew Smith Matthew Burton Christian Woodley Luke Newick David Sierakowski Daniel Metropolis Mitchell White Evan Hewitt Des Headland Aidan Parker Mark Nicoski Tyson Stenglein Brad Smith Jarrad Schofield Matt Priddis> Darren Rumble Jarrhan Jacky David Gourdis Daniel Rich> Greg Broughton Adam Cockie Trent Dennis-Lane Simon White> Kyal Horsley Greg Broughton Trent Dennis-Lane Callum Sinclair Dominic Sheed> Michael Wood Joshua Deluca> Callum Sinclair> Shane Yarran Sam Menegola>

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AFL GAMES AT THIS CLUB 36 151 66 20 36 1 32 100 23 15 11 64 156 243 0 151 0 0 0 1 108 3 0 109 0 0 25 265 0 63 13 0 0 0 93 0 3 6 3 57 0 0 63 238 70 2 0 0 96 0 25 2 33 68 11 60 7 0 7 0 0 0 179 52 106 28 131 3 0 202 0 77 0 0 10 6 23 15 114 0 112 102 0 12 240 0 3 4 165 68 7 19 87 14 17 10 29 60 0 4 35 6 30

SUBIACO GAMES (TOTAL) 140 191 110 195 60 75 82 69 151 103 131 60 42 22 82 44 113 105 169 131 90 93 35 41 40 27 151 29 23 114 145 19 39 74 25 84 195 169 73 60 39 1 81 51 113 27 42 60 93 74 61 60 16 84 145 73 0 75 122 34 42 20 49 42 30 13 114 20 17 36 36 113 8 150 25 90 44 16 42 232 48 30 140 114 63 229 0 0 21 94 100 41 19 162 94 41 22 7 28 12 22 39 14

Laurie Keene & Warren Dean Phil Scott

Kyal Horsley Sam Menegola

Callum Sinclair

Andrew MacNish

Jarrad Schofield

Matt Priddis Daniel Rich

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The Victors: Subiaco’s League Premiership Teams

1912 - Coach: Joe Scadden Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers:

Harry Bushell Ernie Nelson (VCapt) Jimmy Tait Billy Orr Herb ‘Hubba’ Limb Bill Loughridge

1913 - Coach: Phil Matson Sid Snow Horrie Bant Harry Morgan Phil Matson Joe Scadden (Capt) Tom Cain

Les ‘Bruiser’ Lang Joe Bushell Jack Diprose R. ‘Bony’ Daykin Percy Ridd H. Weston

Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers:

Joe Bushell Harry Morgan Jack Diprose Bruce Campbell Tom Cain Tom Puddy

Sid Snow (V-Capt) Tom Sullivan W. ‘Digger’ Thomas Phil Matson (Capt) Herb ‘Hubba’ Limb P. ‘Snowy’ Youlden

Les ‘Bruiser’ Laing Joe Scaddan Wally Short W. ‘Tiny’ Willis Billy Orr H. Weston

W. ‘Battler’ Thompson Arthur Green J. ‘Snowy’ Hamilton (C) Ted Cahill Pat Rodriquez Jack Scott

Ave Guhl W. ‘Bill’ Brophy George Scaddan Johnny Grigg Greg Hickey John Leonard

Michael Crutchfield Mark Zanotti Peter Featherby Laurie Keene Todd Breman Glenn O’Loughlin Stephen Sells

Dwayne Lamb Rod Willet Ian Dargie Andrew MacNish Warren Dean Brian Taylor

Rod Willet Clinton Brown Brad McDougall Shane Cocker Todd Breman Glen Hutcheson Mick Jennings

Kevan Sparks Andrew Brice Greg Carpenter (VC) John Georgiades Brett Heady Neil Taylor

1924 - Coach: Tom Cain Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers:

1915 - Coach: Jack Leckie Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers:

Arthur Green Joe Bushell Joe Murphy Harry Bushell Syd Bell W. ‘Tiny’ Willis

Sid Snow George Oakley Charlie Wolfe Phil Matson Herb ‘Hubba’ Limb P. ‘Snowy’ Youlden

Keith Hodge Jack Beasley Fred Sexton Ray Cockburn Les Riches Tom Outridge

Les ‘Bruiser’ Laing Tom Puddy George Preedy Bruce Campbell Wally Steele (Capt) Clarry Matthews

1986 - Coach: Haydn Bunton Jnr. Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

1973 - Coach: Ross Smith Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Reserves:

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Alan Shepheard Barry Patterson Dick Manning Neil Randall Keith Watt Mike Fitzpatrick Peter Metropolis (VC)

Clinton Brown Phil Lamb (VCapt) Greg Carpenter Karl Langdon Neil Taylor (Capt) Phil Scott Greg Wilkinson

1988 - Coach: Haydn Bunton Jnr. Colin Williams Dennis Blair Peter Featherby Ron Bayens Austin Robertson Peter Burton Roch Devenish-Mearse

Fred Davenport Gary Crouch John Dimmer Brian Sierakowski Mick Malone Ross Smith (Capt)

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Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

Garry Kemp Bret Hutchinson Ian Dargie Mick Lee Brian Taylor Laurie Keene Graham Jones


2004 - Coach: Peter German Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

Ben Keevers (DV-C) Todd Holmes (DV-C) Paul Vines Ryan Crowley Sam Larkins Luke Newick Chris Hood Caine Miller

2006 - Coach: Peter German Darren Rumble David Mundy Marc Webb Richard Ambrose Brad Smith (VC) David Robbins Matthew Priddis

Caine Hayes Josh Wooden Chad Cossom Richard Maloney (C) Allistair Pickett Mark Haynes Anthony Beattie

Ben Keevers (VC) Shane Parker Chad Cossom Anthony Beattie Sam Larkins Luke Newick Robert Forest Marty Smith

Darren Rumble Mark Nicoski Chris Hall David Mapleston Brad Smith Marc Webb (C) Daniel Rich

Aidan Parker (VC) Greg Broughton Jarrad Schofield Shaun Hildebrandt Mark Haynes Allistair Pickett Ben Randall

Darren Rumble Clancy Wheeler Jason Bristow Lachlan Delahunty Matthew Boland Chris Phelan Joel Latham

Brad Stevenson Charles Le Fanu Brett Mahoney Shane Yarran Andrew McDougall Kyal Horsley George Hampson

2014 - Coach Jarrad Schofield Backs: Halfbacks: Centre: Half-forwards: Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

Daniel Leishman Wayde Twomey Shaun Hildebrandt Rhys Waters Chris Deluca Frank Stockley Scott Worthington Joshua Deluca

Aidan Parker (VC) Josh Wooden Chad Cossom Caine Hayes Chris Hall Luke Newick Blake Broadhurst Mark Nicoski

Darren Rumble Ben Randall Matt Priddis David Mapleston Sam Larkins Marc Webb (Capt) Chris Hood

Todd Holmes (VC) Greg Broughton Jarrad Schofield David Robbins Mark Haynes Allistair Pickett Ben Keevers (VC)

Darren Rumble Aidan Parker Adam Cockie David Mapleston Brad Smith Phil Read Shaun Hildebrandt

Robert Forrest Greg Broughton Chad Cossom Kyal Horseley Chris Hall Mark Haynes Daniel Rich

Charles Le Fanu Jordan Lockyer Sam Menegola Lachlan Delahunty Chris Deluca Leigh Kitchin Hayden Kennedy

Scott Worthington Wayde Twomey Kyal Horsley Brett Robinson Matthew Boland Chris Phelan Brett Mahoney

2008 - Coach: Scott Watters

2007 - Coach: Scott Watters Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

Jordan Adamson-Holmes Caine Hayes Jarrad Schofield Blake Broadhurst Allistair Pickett Luke Newick Marc Webb Daniel Chick

2015 - Coach Jarrad Schofield Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

Darren Rumble Aaron Heal Scott Hancock Kyle Halligan Shane Yarran Clancy Wheeler Craig Hoskins Michael Wood

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2017 Reserves Premiership Team

2017 RESERVES PREMIERSHIP TEAM - COACH: ANDREW LOCKYER Backs: Half Backs: Centre: Half Forwards: Forwards: Rucks: Interchange:

Michael Braut Simon Parry Bailey Matera Mackenize Lawrence Dylan Nelson Adam Creeper Chad Barns Daniel Leach

Ben Reid Ryan Borchet Brayden Ainsworth Ryan Vermeersch Josh Chapman Greg Clark Braden Fimmano Nick Menegola

Jacob Miller Chris Bryan Matt Bogensberger Dylan Clarke Ray Daniels James Garcia Kyron Hayden

Team of the century To compliment the launch of The Glory Years book it was appropriate that a best team of that era be selected and announced that day. With such teams there is always controversy and disappointment, however selection was based on the criteria of: must have played in one premiership in the last 10 years, must have played 20 games and must only consider their playing form for Subiaco and not previous or subsequent form with an AFL team.

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Craig Hoskins, Joel Latham, Braden Fimmano, Dylan Nelson, James Garcia, Corey Adamson, Ben Sokol, Aaron Heal, Max Walters, Ryan Veermeersch

1st Row:

Michael Braut, Liam Baker, Justin Joyce, Kyal Horsley, Jarrad Schofield, Leigh Kitchin, Chris Phelan, Rowen Powell, Jordan Lockyer

2nd Row: Wayde Twomey, Kyle Halligan, Bradley Stevenson, Declan Jackson, Clancy Wheeler, Adam Creeper, Tim Sutherland, James Garcia, Angus Litherland, Lachlan Delahunty, Simon Parry

3rd Row:

Back Row: Hayden Kennedy, Bailey Matera, Christopher Bryan, Adam Cockie, Scott Hancock, Matthew Bogensperger, Daniel Perkins, Liam Ryan, Dylan Clarke

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Dan Hiscock, Paul Vines, Jean Luc-Sulon, Jake Shaw, Joel Latham, Dylan Nelson, James Garcia, Braden Fimmano, Wayde Twomey, Corey Adamson, Simon Parry, Ben Sokol, Chris Phelan, Aaron Heal, Craig King, Rodney Reynolds, Cathal Brady, Brodie Scicluna

1st Row:

Taylor Blake, Tanya Ferguson, Alby Hawkins, Michael Bailey, Basil Fuller, Russell Smith, John Martin, Kyal Horsley, Jarrad Schofield, Leigh Kitchin, Mark Lawrence, Peter Capes, Cindy Dunham, Ron Tester, Fritz Vanirsen, Maddison Oudman, Tayla Collins

2nd Row: Callum Reynolds, Nigel Hamilton, Dan Stead, Kyle Halligan, Michael Braut, Bradley Stevenson, Jordan Lockyer, Gregory Clark, Declan Jackson, Adam Creeper, Tim Sutherland, Clancy Wheeler, Angus Litherland, Rowen Powell, Lachlan Delahunty, Steve Wasley, Daniel Vidovich, Dave Graham, Troy Stafford

3rd Row:

Back Row: Liam Baker, Dylan Clarke, Liam Ryan, Hayden Kennedy, Bailey Matera, Christopher Bryan, Adam Cockie, Scott Hancock, Matthew Bogensperger, Daniel Perkins, Justin Joyce

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Jean Luc-Sulon, Jake Shaw, Kyron Hayden, Barden Fimmano, Brayden Ainsworth, Josh Underwood, Jacob Miller, James Eccles, Ben Sokol, Ben Reid, Jack Beverley, Reid Polak, Kyle Halligan, Craig King, Rodney Reynolds, Cathal Brady, Brodie Scicluna

1st Row:

Taylor Blake, Tanya Ferguson, Alby Hawkins, Michael Bailey, Christopher Bryan, Bailey Matera, Justin Joyce, Matthew Bogensperger, Andrew Lockyer, Chad Barns, Ryan Wade, Adam Cockie, Ethan Burnett, Dave Graham, Troy Stafford, Maddison Oudman, Tayla Collins

2nd Row: Dan Hiscock, Callum Reynolds, Hayden Kennedy, Michael Braut, Bradley Stevenson, Sean Foley, Ryan Borchet, Rowen Powell, Fraser Foley, Tim Sutherland, Ashton Williamson, Josh Chapman, Adam Creeper, Gregory Clark, Simon Parry, Dylan Clarke, Liam Baker, Matt Scully, Daniel Vidovich, Dan Stead

3rd Row:

Back Row: Luke Halligan, Shannon Nelson, Jarrad Turner, Daniel Ryan, Nick Menegola, Dylan Nelson, James Garcia, Scott Hancock, Daniel Perkins, Mckenzie Lawrence, Daniel Leach

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Nathanial Owen, Tadgh McCarthy, William Pascoe, Jack Paas, Matthew Olds, Rhys Felton, Kevin Brown, Sarah Harris, Rod Jenkin

Front Row: Kristelle Graus, Richard Dennis, Scott Stanton, Michael Farmer, Liam Hickmott, Koby Fullgrabe, Kyron Hayden, Beau Wardman, Liam Connolly, Max Dennis, Matthew Pannell, Madoc Plane, Russell Smith, Grant Edmunds, Troy Halligan, Sophie Jones

2nd Row: Brayden Ainsworth, Emilio Jansen, Luke Foley, Aaron Breman, Caleb McKenna, Joshua Leunig, Christian Martin, Xavier Peacock, Mach Deng, Jaxon Bilchuris, Mitchell Crew, Mitchell Hughes, Judd Clinch, Conor Boylan, Luke Spencer, Kyle Stainsby

3rd Row:

Back Row: Zac Semmens, Adam Vallelonga, Jake Halligan, Jordan Faraone, Duane Oxenham - Smith, Nathan French, David Purser, Abraham Clinch, Wil Hickmott, Thomas Edwards – Baldwin, Nic Baroni

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COUNTRY REPORT COUNTRY ZONE AWARD WINNERS

ESPERANCE AWARDS

GOLDFIELDS AWARDS GFL 2017 PREMIERS

EDFA 2017 PREMIERS

League

Railways

A Grade

Esperance

Reserves

Boulder

B Grade

Newton Condingup

Colts

Boulder

Colts

Ports

16s & Under

Kalgoorlie

Under 16s

Esperance

14s & Under

Mines Rovers

Under 14s

Ports

George Krepp Champion Club

Boulder EDFA FAIREST & BEST

GFL FAIREST & BEST

Hepburn Medal (League)

Richard Bourne Jnr

Mitchell Medal (League)

Scott Worthington (Boulder)

B Grade

Brett Whiting

Don Jones Medal (Reserves)

Victor Smith (Boulder)

Colts

Hravey Bishop

Len Stokes (Colts)

Chayse Grabe-Paparone (Kambalda)

Under 16s

Rhys Woods

16s & Under

Bronson Bishop (Boulder)

Under 14s

Ruben Wakenham

14s & Under

Tyzreise Clark (Kalgoorlie) EDFA GRAND FINAL FAIREST & BEST

GFL GRAND FINAL FAIREST & BEST

Brian Clinch Jnr

Fyson Medal (League)

Josh Rymer (Railways)

League U21 Best on Ground

Jonah Symonds

Ian Clark Medal (Reserves)

Derryn Humphries (Boulder)

B Grade

Dane Holdman

CJ Wilson Medal (Colts)

Jorden Hooks (Boulder)

Colts

Harvey Bishop

16s & Under Grand Final F&B

James Forkin (Kalgoorlie)

Under 16s

Rhys Wood

14s & Under Grand Final F&B

Jake Gouge (Mines)

Under 14s

Ben Murray

COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS AWARDS

OTHER AWARDS

Fyson Medal (F&B Landmark)

Scott Worthington (Boulder)

EDFA Footballer of the Year

Issac Buckley

Jock Beattie Trophy

Scott Worthington (Boulder)

All Australian State 18

Brayden Ainsworth

All Star Selections

Scott Worthington & Alex Devitt

Macgregor Medalist (GS Carnvial)

Fraser Softley (Boulder)

GS Carnival All Star Selection

Jorden Hooks (Boulder)

LEADING GOALKICKERS League

Scott Worthington (Boulder) 56 goals

Reserves

Victor Smith (Boulder) 105 goals

Colts

Ryan Connor (Mines) 70 goals

16s & Under

Tyrelle Sambo (Kalgoorlie) 60 goals

14s & Under

Lorrence Bennell (Mines) 52 goals

OTHER AWARDS

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A Grade

Rookie of the Year

Jack Zappeli (Railways) & Fraser Softley (Boulder)

Player of the Finals

Ben Miller (Railways)

Umpire of the Year

Anthony Kerr

Coach of the Year

Nick Dillon

Volunteer of the Year

Fran Braham

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DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL DISTRICT FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (DFDC)

AFFILIATE CLUBS

Cindy Dunham (Chair)*

SUBIACO JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Lincoln Rollo (Competition Director) *

Balga Junior Football Club President – Gary Forrester

Peter Capes (WAFL Representative)* Rosemary Goodin (Registrar)

Carine Junior Football Club President – Damon Lonnie

Alex Pannell (Umpire’s Manager) Neil Arnold (District Coach Coordinator) Brad Hearn (Senior Community Football Representative)* Chris Ward (Diversity Advisor) Peter Quinlan (Secretary)

Kingsley Junior Football Club President – Hamish Borthen Kingsway Junior Football Club President – Ian Brotherton

Paul Beckers (Treasurer)

Sorrento Duncraig Junior Football Club President – John Sobolewski

Andrew Ridley (Community Development Manager – Executive Officer)

Stirling Junior Football Club President – Danny Demasi

SUBIACO JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Warwick Greenwood Junior Football Club President – Helen Watkinson

Junior Competition Committee

WA AMATEUR FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Lincoln Rollo (Competition Director) Ray Buscall (Assistant Competition Director) Rosemary Goodin (Registrar)

Hamersley Carine Amateur Football Club President – Bevan Dagg Kingsley Amateur Football Club President – Tim McKimmie

Alex Pannell (Umpire’s Manager) Peter Quinlan (Secretary) Matt Debarro (Development Officer - Executive Officer)

Kingsway Amateur Football Club President – Rob Steel Nollamara Amateur Football Club President – Brad Flindell

NORTHERN CONFERENCE TRIBUNAL

Rob Goodin (Secretary)

Osborne Park Amateur Football Club President – Nathan Barnett

Phil Cousins

Stirling Amateur Football Club President – Andrew Rottigni

Mark Lawler Kieran Kelly Mark George

METROPOLITAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Wayne Clayton Gavin Oliphant

Warwick Greenwood Football Club President – Brendan Currie

LITTLE LEAGUE MANAGERS

WA WOMENS FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Kevin Hill (Little League)

Coastal Titans Football Club President - Sarah Michell

Scott Thomson (Auskick)

AFL MASTERS WA

LIFE MEMBERS

2010

Rob Goodin

2012

Wayne Morling

Kevin Hill

2013

Rosemary Goodin

2014

Luke Sanders

2016

Gavin Oliphant

Kingsway Amateur Football Club President – Rob Steel Nollamara Amateur Football Club President – Brad Flindell WA FOOTBALL LEAGUE (WAFL)

Subiaco Football Club President - Mark Lawrence

STAFF Community Development Manager

Andrew Ridley

District Operations Manager

Callum Warner

Development Officer

Matt Debarro

Community Engagement Coordinator

Adam Cockie

Community Development Officer

Jesse Tippet

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DISTRICT FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL REPORT The Subiaco District Football Development Council exists to grow, develop and promote football throughout the Subiaco Football District. This includes but is not limited to Auskick, Junior. Youth, Senior and Veterans Football, with pathways for both male and female players. It includes school competitions, school clinics to promote the playing pathway and community engagement opportunities. It involves an extensive array of Cindy Dunham Aboriginal, Multicultural and community engagement initiatives and the growing toddler Footy Fundamentals Program. It has been my pleasure to fulfil the role of Chair of the Subiaco District Football Development Council in season 2017 and to witness the tireless work being undertaken by our staff and volunteers within the District to deliver what is a professional, engaging sporting product.

I could not possibly mention all those who contribute to the success of our District Football Development Council as the numbers are so great. I would like to particularly thank the Executive group and the Junior Competition Committee who give up a huge amount of personal time to support football, without you all these young people would not be able to enjoy the quality competitions and the great game we all love. To Lincoln Rollo who took over the reins of the Junior Competition this year we welcomed you aboard and have watched you hit the ground running – it has been a pleasure watching the Junior Competition thrive under your leadership.

In 2017 we have continued our partnership with the West Perth and Claremont Districts. This allows for sharing of resources, shared learnings and opportunities for football to engage across Perth’s Northern Suburbs whist maintaining true to our development pathways with the Subiaco Football Club.

Our 2017 Club of the Year winners were the Kingsway Amateur Football Club and the Warwick Greenwood Junior Football Club, both taking home $1000.00 in prize money. I would like to mention our 2017 Sunday Times Volunteer of the Year winner Bill Morris from the Warwick Greenwood Junior Football Club – the service to football in 2017, on top of the previous 30 years contributed makes you a local football icon and a deserving winner of the award and on behalf of football I thank you for your continued service.

2017 highlights include: • 100% of district coaches accredited under the WAFC

accreditation program • Footy Fundamentals (toddler footy) continued expansion

Subiaco District in Warwick. • Exponential growth of the successful of a junior girl’s

competition with strong links to the Coastal Titans and Junior Clubs cementing the pathway

I also wish to thank our staff team, who collectively approach their roles with passion and professionalism to help develop football within the Subiaco District. To our current team of Andrew Ridley, Callum Warner, Matt Debarro, Adam Cockie and Jessie Tippet thank you for your contribution to the team in season 2017. Football is more than employment it takes a real passion to do what you do both during and after business hours for local footballers, volunteers and stakeholders. Congratulations to our 2017 Award Winners, both on and off the field.

I look forward to working with you all in the 2018 season to continue to share our great game with our community. Cindy Dunham Chair – Subiaco District Football Development Council

• Quality Aboriginal Football Programs with the District

Dreaming Round run at Balga and Warwick Greenwood JFCs celebrating Naidoc and a standalone Nicky Winmar and Kirby Bentley representative teams • Partnerships with the Edmund Rice Centre to provide a

comprehensive football experience for multicultural football team the Edmund Rice Lions. • A partnership between the West Coast Eagles, the Edmund

Rice Lions and the Subiaco District in the conduct of the Nic Naitunai Academy and Next Generation Program. • Football giving back to the community with more than

$10,000.00 raised for Sarcoma Research through local clubs engaging with the Sock it to Sarcoma! Odd Socks Round. The partnership our District has with the Subiaco Football Club sets an industry bench mark in best practice. Our on and off field successes as a district are strengthen with the support of the Subiaco Football Club. The Club continue to experience greater exposure to our community members which not only develops football fans but a pathway our young players can look to aspire to achieve. The WAFL Game day activations highlight the mutual respect and passion between Club and District staff to develop positive experiences for future footballers.

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SUBIACO DISTRICT FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT REPORT COACHING The Subiaco District acknowledges the important role that coaches have in continuing the longevity and health of the game. The District seek to provide opportunities to support the development of our coaches through various education workshops and accreditation course. In 2017 the Subiaco District and local junior clubs were able to achieve 100% accreditation – a requirement of the WA Football Commission and Subiaco Junior Football League. It is also pleasing to see strong retention of coaches as they continue with their teams, progressing through their accreditation levels. In 2017 77 new coaches achieved accreditations. In 2017 Former Subiaco FC Talent Manager Neil Arnold joined our District as the Coach Coordinator. Neil’s experience, knowledge and passion for the game, the district and coaching provided us a great asset in what was a year of strong focus on coaching development across the District. Neil’s role is to help guide the District in working with our coaches and club coach coordinators to develop and build the highest standard of junior coaches possible. We look forward to continuing working with Neil in 2018. Over recent years the Subiaco District have focussed on improving game day environments. This is collective effort from the league, clubs, coaches, team managers and parents. In 2017 Game day environments, have improved dramatically, the best seen in recent years which is testament to the growth and upskilling of coaches and the excellent job they do over the course of the season. We look forward to continuing the support and development of our coaches and ensuring all experiences are an enjoyable one as we launch into season 2018. FEMALE FOOTBALL Female football has continued its rapid ascent in 2017. With the first year of the AFLW raising the profile of female football and several of its players drafted from Lions District club, the Coastal Titans, the Subiaco District were able to form its own junior girls competition. With the continued effort in promoting Female Football in schools via the numerous competitions and programs, the district successfully transitioned 175 girls from its school based introductory programs to community club football competitions. Growth was achieved in all major segments of female football in the Subiaco District, with interschool numbers up, Coastal Titans Youth Girls numbers again strengthening and the introduction of a Subiaco district Junior Girls year 4-6 competition established. 8 teams from the district clubs participated in a first ever 14-week competition with games being played on Friday nights. The expansion of female football did not stop here. Warwick Greenwood JFC and Kingsway JFC were able to form a side each to participate in the year 7-9 Youth Girls Competitions where they competed against teams across the northern conference. Warwick Greenwood under the guidance of coach Charmaine Rogers were crowned premiers of their respective competition.

The District’s WA Women’s Football League team, the Coastal Titans had another year of success with all three teams making finals. The league team were once again crowned minor premiers after finishing top of the ladder after the home and away season, and reaching the Grand Final. The success did not stop here as another Titan was drafted to the AFLW and becoming a Fremantle Docker. Coach Andrew Di Loreto, President Sarah Michell and the rest of the staff at the Titans are to be commended on maintaining their status as the benchmark club in the WAWFL and their support, influence and continued work with the district to ensure the continued growth of female football. We extend a thanks to the Fremantle Dockers FC who continue to sponsor and promote female Football via the Dockers Cup carnivals which saw 7 primary school teams and 7 High School teams participate in games over 2 days. 2018 is forecasting very strong growth and development for Female Football. The District is looking forward to continuing its work in AFL’s newest segment of junior football. ABORIGINAL FOOTBALL This year has been a very exciting year for the indigenous boys & girls in the Subiaco metropolitan area as we have seen an increase in the numbers of indigenous boys and girls involved in football. We have seen significant positive impact with our engagement through schools leading to a transition of boys and girls to their local junior football clubs. I say thank you to Len Yarran and the WADJAK Centre in their support of our programs with Welcome to the Country and dance performances throughout the year. In 2017 both the Nicky Winmar & Kirby Bentley competitions saw a massive increase in interest and subsequently more participants in both teams. In the Nicky Winmar competition we had 26 players from Subiaco represented with three boys, Tyler Brockman, Ezekiel Bolton and Tyreece Bynder picked for the WA Kickstart Team that played in Blacktown Sydney and ended up winning the championships with a win over Queensland. All three boys were also picked in the Boomerangs Team (All Australian Indigenous Team) which is a massive achievement so well done to Tyler, Ezekiel and Tyreece. In the Kirby Bentley competition we saw the girl’s numbers increase going from two teams to three teams and having 52 girls participate. Five of the indigenous girls made it into the WA Kickstart Team that went over to Byron Bay. The ended up taking out the championship with a thrilling seven point win against the Northern Territory. Two of the Subiaco state players Monique Humphries and Tei-han Ryder were selected for the Woomeras (All Australian Indigenous Team). We congratulate Monique and Tei-han on their achievements. Other major events that took place throughout the year included: • Nicky Winmar Carnival • Kirby Bentley Carnival • District Dreaming which was held at Barry Britton Oval

connecting with the Balga Junior Football Club. • Subiaco hosted a NAIDOC Round match against Perth at

Leederville Oval in Round 16, where for the first time our colts players wore NAIDOC jumpers.

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MULTICULTURAL FOOTBALL Multicultural football saw a spike in interest throughout the Subiaco District with more players being engaged in programs across the year. District staff were active at schools in the district running a four to six week football program with the aim to engage multicultural students with Australian Rules and then assist in getting these students engaged with their local junior club. Our relationship with the Edmund Rice Centre continued to strengthen this year, with the Edmund Lions Program held at Barry Britton Oval. A big thankyou to the Edmund Rice Centre with Joe and Bella continuing our relationship and helping facilitate multicultural football in the Subiaco District. As mentioned earlier, in 2017 the Subiaco District engaged with Adam Selwood and Kim Hannah from the West Coast Eagle Next Generation Academy. The Next Generation Academy assisted in further engaging multicultural football with their in-school and out of school programs. The Next Generation Academy program will continue to give more opportunities for kids to improve their football skills with the hopes that one day in the future a multicultural player will be drafted as a category B selection for the West Coast Eagles. At the end of the year Subiaco and the Edmund Rice Centre will be entering in a team for the Naitanui Cup to play against the other teams in the West Coast Eagles zone and from there players will be selected to try out for next year’s WA All Nations Team. This year we had one boy and three girls represented at the WA All Nations from the Subiaco District. The boys team ended up winning the championship and the girls finished as runners-up. Other major events that took place in 2017 were the International Round at HBF Arena, Multicultural Gala Day at Charles Riley Reserve with eight schools and over 300 students participating from the Subiaco District giving the multicultural students the opportunity to play against other schools, Naitanui Cup and Harmony Day with the Edmund Rice Centre. So, after a very eventful and ultimately satisfying year in Community Engagement Programs in 2017, the Subiaco Football Club is very excited to look forward to 2018. With only positive feedback towards the programs that we have run so far, we are excited about the future growth of these programs and getting to work with different groups from within our zone. We look forward to the challenge of engaging with many more students whom have never been involved with football before. It continues to be a pleasure to promote the Subiaco Football Club within our district, showing all the benefits that come from being involved in our wonderful club and football as a whole. SCHOOL FOOTBALL 2017 saw the participation numbers increase through the school programs as a collective group. Individually we saw a massive increase in numbers for our Eagles Faction Footy programs (Year 4-6). In 2017, we had 172 Eagles Faction Footy teams recorded across 37 schools, which gives us an approximate total of 4,295 participants recorded for 2017 which is a significant increase from 2016. When it comes to our Auskick age groups in primary schools, we did unfortunately drop in numbers for 2017. This year we had an approximate total of 2,530 participants across 20 schools.

We also had some interest when it comes to our interschool carnival days and competitions. Our Eagles Cup competition, which is usually ran by the schools themselves, saw 19 teams participate. Our Dockers Shield competition had 9 schools with each school having one team, and our Girls Dockers Cup Competition saw 9 teams across 7 schools making their way to Kingsley Park to compete in the annual event. 2017 was a good year for the Subiaco District, with total participation numbers increasing. We had old faces returning to our Managed Competitions. Fortunately, we were able to assist new schools with preparations, training and general assistance so they would be able to join our familiar schools in competing at our competitions. 2018 will be a focus of transitioning our young footballers into different programs and ultimately getting them to join our local junior football clubs. We would like to try get them to starting thinking football at an early age, ultimately trying our best to really boost our participation percentage as much as possible and really make this district massively AFL oriented. AFL 9S This year saw the Subiaco District take over coordination of Sorrento AFL 9s centre with a successful spring season underway at Seacrest Park. The Men’s competition was filled with 26 teams taking to the field every Wednesday night. Unfortunately, we didn’t get enough interest to create a mixed competition, which will be a focus for the upcoming seasons. The District looks forward to this program continuing throughout the year as an alternate opportunity for people of all abilities to engage in footy. FOOTY FUNDAMENTALS Footy Fundamentals is an AFL based toddler fundamental movement program. The program was launched in 2013 by the West Perth Football District and the WA Football Commission. The program is designed to introduce toddlers to AFL as well as develop their movement skills, language skills and object skills. The program consists of 3 classes that have a specific curriculum designed for each age group, Toddler Kickers (2 years), Mini Kickers (3 years) and Kindy Kickers (4-5 years). The program expanded into the Subiaco District late in 2016 with a new location at the Warwick Leisure Centre. The Warwick Centre has had continued steady growth during 2017. 2017 has been a record breaking year with over 700 kids participating in Footy Fundamentals across the metropolitan area. The program will continue to develop and grow its existing centres and expand to new locations in 2018. Andrew Ridley Metro North Community Development Manager

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SUBIACO JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE REPORT The Subiaco District has in season 2017 built on from last season’s very successful year with another successful season which is a credit to all the fantastic work that the dedicated volunteers throughout every layer of the club deliver for the players to be able to enjoy themselves and play some good football. Being my first year in the role it certainly was a learning experience and one that threw up its fair share of challenges but it would not have been the positive experience it was without the support of the clubs, the Umpires and the District staff. As such I would formally like to thanks the Junior clubs, their Presidents, Executives and further committee members. I believe the group of 2017 Presidents has been one of the best I have dealt with in my time in junior football. We are incredibly blessed and lucky to have the quality of the Umpiring group that we do in our District. Ably led by Alex and Chris the Umpires have improved again from last season and without a doubt are some of the best umpires going around in junior football in WA. Our District staff, a huge thank you. It’s a challenging job performing the role that these guys do being that they need to spread themselves across many levels of football. That they can so effectively, is an absolute credit to them and in particular I must thank Andrew, Callum, Matt, Adam and Jesse for the sustained levels of excellence they deliver in our District every day. I would like to thank Balga JFC and Warwick Greenwood JFC for actively engaging in our District Dreaming round this season and acknowledge and thank Balga JFC and Sorrento Duncraig JFC for supporting the JCC and hosting finals at their grounds. We probably don’t understand how lucky we are to have a Registrar as good as Rosemary Goodin looking after us. The incredible work she does behind the scenes and on game day is extraordinary and she was a well-deserved finalist in the Sunday Times Volunteer of the Year.

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Setting the standard around the grounds is our own Ray Buscall. As my Assistant CD he performs the role to the highest of standards and I appreciate all of his support. Without the calibre of people like Ray around, this competition would be poorer for it. Thank you also to the members of the DFDC Executive and its members, they continue to drive junior football forward in our District and fight the good fight. In particular I would like to acknowledge Cindy Dunham for her efforts in driving our agenda at a higher level. A big thank you also to Peter Capes and the Subiaco Football Club for your sustained support of the junior competition. Thankyou also to the JFL Tribunal for what is an extremely tough role to perform in junior football and one which they do so well. I would like to congratulate all the award winners this season, special mention to Bill Morris from Warwick Greenwood JFC for winning the Subiaco Sunday Times Volunteer of the Year award and to all the grand finalists and Premiers, well done on a superb effort this season. Congratulations also to our Champion Club Winners, Warwick Greenwood JFC. As we look forward to season 2018 we are excited to see how our Girls competition progresses, how our clubs work together to improve player retention and increase new player registrations, watching our Year 3’s joining in on the Modified football experience, the potential Super 15’s competition and the changes in junior football that will positively affect everyone’s experience in our great game. I look forward to seeing you all around the grounds in season 2018. Lincoln Rollo Competition Director


LIONS DISTRICT UMPIRES ASSOCIATION REPORT The Lions District Junior Umpires Association has continued to enjoy great success in 2017. Across the squad we have seen tremendous growth and development. On and off the field, umpires have worked diligently to improve their skills and set high standards. It is through this strong culture of professionalism and excellence that the Lions District Junior Umpires maintain their strong reputation in the junior football community. The Lions District Junior Umpires Association provides an excellent opportunity for women and men of all ages to “get in the game”. Umpiring innately requires you to get the best possible view of the play. It provides a great community environment to make friends, keep fit and earn some pocket money. The culture of comradery and friendship facilitates the district having among the highest umpiring retention rates in the State. In 2017 the Lions District Junior Umpires have been proud to be part of the inaugural Junior Girls Competition. I look forward to further growth in female football in the years to come which will hopefully translate into greater female participation in umpiring. I would like to thank all my coaches who have contributed a significant number of hours to making this season so successful. Weekly training and match day coaching would not be possible without the many hours you put into your roles. A special thanks to Chris Spencer who in 2017 took on the responsibility of Modified Umpires Coach. Chris has excelled in this role and has effectively educated our many first-year umpires on the laws of the game and umpiring skills. I would also like to thank the Association’s inaugural life member, Richard Powell, for his many years of service as he concludes his formal coaching role. I would like to thank District Administrators; Lincoln Rollo, Ray Buscall and Rosemary Goodin for their unwavering support throughout the year. Additionally, I extend my thanks to District and WAFC staff; Matt Debarro, Jesse Tippet, Andrew Ridley and Callum Warner for their assistance throughout 2017. I extend my thanks for another season to the Warwick Greenwood Junior Football Club, who have allowed us to use their Ellersdale Reserve facilities throughout the season. The ability to have a ‘home’ as an umpiring group is essential to our success. It provides us with a space to train, conduct indoor coaching sessions and run social events. The sponsorship of Chris Biddle and his business Westwide Roofing has been great for the financial security of our Association. Chris has been a regular contributor to the umpiring association, recognising the importance of umpires for junior football. The 2017 season has been one of great success for the Lions Umpires Association and I have thoroughly enjoyed my roles as Umpires Manager and Open Rules Coach. I look forward to seeing many new and old faces in 2018 for another fantastic year of umpiring. Alex Pannell Umpires Manager

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LITTLE LEAGUE AND WAFL GAME DAY AUSKICK REPORT It’s great to be back! After having a year’s travelling around Australia with my wife, I have come back just in time to witness some change and innovation. Movie Masters Little League is an institution in WA Football providing Year 6 players from local clubs and the Edmund Rice Centre a chance to play on Medibank Stadium at Half Time in front of their WAFL heroes. Kevin Hill returned as Little League Manager in 2017 ensuring the WAFL match day experience provided to our local players is quality and Scott Thomson continued his assistance in coordinating Auskick grid games at Subiaco FC Home Games. In 2017 our Junior Clubs embraced a ‘club of the week’ concept where they embrace a club focussed WAFL Game Day experience with Little League and Auskick played on Leederville Oval. This resulted in Little League numbers being down slightly on previous years – 330 junior players participated in 2017. 2017 also saw some changes with the introduction of the Girls’ Round, Multicultural and Integrated Football Games. This along with the Esperance Match, the Vincent Family Fun Day Junior Parade and the successes of our League and Reserve teams made a memorable year for Little League events at Subiaco. The highlight of the year was getting to showcase our local junior talent at in the finals series and WAFL Grand Final. As always, we had a representative team that played throughout the finals. This comprised of 22 children chosen by their Clubs, predominantly the youngsters whose parents helped their team throughout the year. As is our tradition, we had many different people address the Little League players and as such, allowing us to be part of the Subiaco Club. Our thanks go to many, starting with Schoey allowing us into the change rooms, even throughout the finals; Peter Capes; Lachy Reid speaking during finals; and all of the players making us feel very welcome. Justin Langer, (JL), spoke to the Juniors when the Warwick/Greenwood Club was represented which just happens to be the Junior Club from which he hails. Thanks everybody.

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And like every year, my sincere thanks to our support staff – Tania, (10 years’ involvement with Little League), Alby, Mick, (who did most of the talking in the Property Room), Fritz, Ron Tester, Kevin and Troy. Scott who runs Auskick was also too happy to help out as well. He did a great job in coordinating our Auskick Grid Games on the main ground at half time of all Subiaco League matches. Scott continues to ensure that the young football champions of the future also get to showcase their talent in front of a WAFL crowd. My sincere thanks to Matt for his organisation which again, was spot on this year. To all the above, a very big thank you from your Little League players who will one day be future Subiaco players. Special thanks to our Junior Club volunteers who bring the players each week as Subiaco play at home ground Leederville Oval – your coordination of up to 30 Year 6 players and up to 150 Auskick players is appreciated. In closing, may I say once again … it’s great to be back at the best Club. Kevin Hill Little League Manager


2017 DISTRICT CHAMPIONS FAIREST & BEST VOTE COUNT AWARD WINNERS NORTHERN CONFERENCE

Y8 Blue Fairest and Best Winner

Hayden Wallace

Kingsway Teal

Y8 Blue Runner Up

Jayden Tassell

Kingsley Cats

Y8 Red Runner Up

Jayden Crane

Wanneroo Roos

Y8 Gold Fairest and Best Campbell Henderson Carine Cats Y8 Gold Runner Up

Jonathon Nilsson

Sorrento Duncraig Dolphins

Y9 Maroon Runner Up

Peter Coles

Kingsley Cats

Y9 Red Fairest and Best Kendyll Blurton

Warwick Greenwood Knights

Y10 Red Runner Up

Carine Cats

Eben Rasmussen

WA AMATEUR FOOTBALL LEAGUE

B Grade

Andrew Vawser

Hamersley Carine

B Reserve

Robert Slowey

Hamersley Carine

C1

Andrew Fisher

Kingsley

C1 Reserve

Joseph Schubert

Kingsley

D2

Michael Furmark

Kingsway

WA WOMEN’S FOOTBALL LEAGUE

League

Jodie White

Coastal Titans

Reserves

Melissa Lim

Coastal Titans

Rogers Cup

Abbey Dowrick

Coastal Titans

2017 DISTRICT PREMIERS CLAREMONT/SUBIACO JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Claremont Subiaco Blue Division

Year 7

Kingsway Black

Claremont Subiaco Maroon Division

Year 7

Sorrento Duncraig Hawks

WA AMATEUR FOOTBALL LEAGUE

B Reserves

Kingsway

C4 Reserves

Osborne Park

2017 AWARD WINNERS Sunday Times Volunteer of the Year

Bill Morris

Young Achiever of the Year

Samuel Handcock

Auskick Coach of the Year

Stuart Welsh

Modifieds Coach of the Year

Matt Towie

Youth Coach of the Year

Steve Elliott

Female Coach of the Year

Charmaine Rogers

Senior Coach of the Year

Kingsley Hunter

Umpire of the Year

Luke Bennett

Junior Club of the Year

Warwick Greenwood JFC

Senior Club of the Year

Kingsway Amateur FC

2017 ANNUAL REPORT & YEARBOOK

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DISTRICT PHOTOS

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SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB


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SFC Annual Report 2017  
SFC Annual Report 2017  

Subiaco Football Club's 2017 Annual Report

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