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Commercial Operations Report ������������������������������������������������������������������������9 Finance Report �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������10 Facilities (House, Social & Membership) Report ��������������������������������������������10

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Annual Report & Balance Sheet 2011 Season to be presented to the Members at the Annual General Meeting to be held at the Subiaco Football Club, Sunday the 11th December 2011 at 10.30am.

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Planning & Governance Report ����������������������������������������������������������������������11 Football Operations Report �����������������������������������������������������������������������������12 League Coach’s Report ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������14 Reserves & Colts Coaches’ Reports ��������������������������������������������������������������15 Support Staff ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������17 Round by Round Results ���������������������������������������������������������������������������18-19 Tribute to Cossom, Pickett, Keevers, Hildebrandt, Headland & Rix ���������������21 Club Champion Awards ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������22 League Team Photos ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������24-25 Subiaco District Report �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������26 Development Support Staff ����������������������������������������������������������������������������28

Agenda 1. Welcome by President 2. Apologies 3. Confirmation of minutes of previous AGM 4. Business arising 5. Presentation of Annual Report and Balance Sheet 6. Declaration of Election 7. Election of Life Members 8. Notice of Motions 9. Nominations of Auditors for 2012 10. General Business Cover: 2011 Club Champion Kyal Horsley Photography by Heather Hamblin Designed by SFC. Photo contribution courtesy of Media Tonic Publications and SFC. Photographers: Scott Lilleyman, Heather Hamblin, Marty Cash, Belinda Pike and Photo Hendriks.

Talent & Country Servicing Report �����������������������������������������������������������������28 Development Squad Photos (14s, 15s, 16s) ��������������������������������������������������29 GFL & EDFA Award Winners ��������������������������������������������������������������������������30 SFC Lions PP&S Assoc, Golds and Ladies Forum Reports ����������������������������31 2010 Life Members ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������32 Statistics All Grades �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������34-35 SFC Honour Roll & Records ����������������������������������������������������������������������36-37 Games Played 1901 - 2011 ������������������������������������������������������������������������38-40 SFC Records at a Glance ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������40 The Victors (SFC Premiership Teams) & AFL Draftees �����������������������������������41 Tribute to Neil Randall �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������42 Launch of Diehards III – “The Glory Years” ����������������������������������������������������43 Team Photos ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������44-46

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THE GLORY YEARS

Back in the Dark Ages, when Subiaco still collected wooden spoons, tobacco advertising was still permitted on Australian television. Members and supporters could skulk home from dismal afternoons at the football and watch cigarette commercials with the slogan: ‘When only the best will do. And isn’t

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Club’s motto. It performed at a consistently high level and achieved unprecedented success. These

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SUBIACO FOOTBALL CLUB INC. SUB-COMMITTEES BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Neil Randall (President) Mark Lawrence (Vice President) Basil Fuller Dennis Blair Garry Peach John Martin Nathan O’Connor (Treasurer) In attendance only Peter Capes (CEO) Wayne Morling (Chairman DFDC) TRUSTEES

Neil Randall (Chairman) Nathan O’Connor Peter Capes EXECUTIVE SUB-COMMITTEE

Neil Randall (Chairman) Mark Lawrence Peter Capes FINANCE SUB-COMMITTEE

Nathan O’Connor (Chairman) Basil Fuller Peter Capes Debbie King COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS SUB-COMMITTEE

Mark Lawrence (Chairman) Basil Fuller Peter Capes Kim Williamson David Sierakowski Kevan Sparks MARKETING & SPONSORSHIP SUB-COMMITTEE

Mark Lawrence (Chairman) Basil Fuller Peter Capes Travis Kalin Peter Wright (By Invitation) Russell Waterman (By Invitation) FACILITIES SUBCOMMITTEE

Basil Fuller (Chairman) Garry Peach Peter Capes Jeff Lind Travis Kalin Kevan Sparks Debbie King Brooke Edwards PLANNING & GOVERNANCE SUB-COMMITTEE

Dennis Blair (Chairman) Garry Peach Wayne Morling Peter Capes Jeff Lind

PRESIDENT’S REPORT A Time to Reflect

I have great pleasure in presenting my last report as President of this great club. I have made no secret of the fact that this was a family decision and I am conscious that Ben has always had me “here” at the club and it is time to allow him to forge his own mark on the Club’s history. I wish to take this opportunity of thanking my wife Lee-Anne and my other sons, Sam and Jon, for their support, especially during my time as President. It is important from my point of view that I don’t leave any unfinished business before I depart, particularly in respect to the Subiaco facility. I can report that we expect a favourable outcome to be achieved for the Club before the end of this year. While it is important that I report on the last 12 months it is difficult for me not to reflect on my time at the club. I can simply say that I am proud to have been involved with such a great football club and I trust that members appreciate that my interests have always been in ensuring the long term success and sustainability of our Club, both on and off field. It would be remiss of me not to acknowledge the contribution of QBE to our club’s success. Nowadays success cannot be achieved without solid partnerships with loyal sponsors. QBE has certainly played a pivotal role in our success both in the 1980s and the Glory Years of the last decade. A lot of water has flowed under the bridge during QBE’s 27 years of sponsorship but this relationship has stood the test of time and the following has been achieved:

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22 years in the finals 12 grand finals 6 premierships 5 Sandover Medalists 11 Simpson Medalists 11 WAFL leading goalkickers Those facts just about say it all.

In 2011 QBE was proud to co-sponsor the production and launch of the Club’s third edition of Diehards – “The Glory Years”. Throughout this period the club never missed an opportunity to acknowledge the importance of the relationship with QBE. 2011 has been a productive year for Subiaco in many ways. We were pleased to announce that QBE signed a new 3 year deal as the Club’s major sponsor. Also during 2011 we celebrated QBE’s 125th anniversary and wore special jumpers to commemorate the occasion. Administration

I wish to thank and congratulate Peter Capes and his administration staff on the manner in which the club is managed. This year we have seen considerable improvements in the marketing of the Club. Travis Kalin has made a wonderful contribution in establishing a new website and taking our communications to a new level, through a weekly electronic newsletter and social networking via facebook and twitter.

FOOTBALL OPERATIONS SUB-COMMITTEE

John Martin (Chairman) Garry Peach Dennis Blair Luke Sanders Chris Waterman TALENT & COUNTRY SERVICING SUBCOMMITTEE

Garry Peach (Chairman) Dennis Blair Andrew McBean Jarrad Schofield DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT SUB-COMMITTEE

Wayne Morling (Chairman) Peter Capes Ben Haywood SUBIACO FACILITY SUB-COMMITTEE

John Martin (Chairman) Nathan O’Connor Peter Capes Kim Williamson David Williams (By invitation) Bryan Gardiner (By invitation)

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Standing: Dennis Blair, Peter Capes, Garry Peach, Wayne Morling, John Martin, Nathan O’Connor Seated: Basil Fuller, Neil Randall and Mark Lawrence

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All the experts predicted the demise of the Club in 2010, and only our diehard supporters gave us any hope. I commend Muddy for the way he went about it. Firstly, he didn’t start by implementing wholesale changes, but instead he embraced the senior players and let them know he had faith in their ability to deliver the goods. As it was in 2010 we only just missed the four by one game and we were two games out of third place. Leading into the 2011 season all the experts had us finishing 7th or 8th. Again Muddy showed confidence in convincing Des Headland to play on, and recruited Danny Hughes, Kane Bloxsidge and Clancy Wheeler. He was also shrewd enough to select Jack Anthony in the AFL allocation process.

Neil Randall, Melanie Chatfield and Mark Hughes (QBE)

In 2011 Subiaco won two Clubs WA awards – Best Football Club and Basil Fuller was awarded the Volunteer Club Legend of Year. We were saddened by passing of Dr Tom Dadour, who gave the Club over 50 years service. However we are delighted that Kevin Merifield has accepted the position of Club Patron Other off field achievements included:

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An “Ashes Downunder” function on eve of 3rd cricket Test last December, MC’d by Dennis Cometti – plus numerous Test stars from 1960s to 2000s. We were the first WAFL club to play on Good Friday which we combined with the ANZAC game. The club launched the third Diehards book – The Glory Years. All congratulations go to the author Ken Spillman. Special thanks to QBE and Phoenix Holden for their generous support and to Tuck Waldron MLA, Minister for Sport, who officially launched the book. In conjunction with the book launch we announcement Subiaco’s Team of the Decade. We also had the 25th anniversary reunion of the 1986 premiership team.

On the DISTRICT front we launched our Reconciliation Action Plan to facilitate the Club’s social inclusion program. This program, titled “Learn Today… Lead Tomorrow”, has been implemented to reengage Aboriginal school students within the Subiaco District and get them to realize the benefits of having an education. We are also in the process of expanding this program into our country zones. Board of Directors

I wish to again thank the Board of Directors for their loyalty, commitment and assistance to me over the past seven years. I have said many times that the stability of this football club, at Board, management and football department level, has been a major factor in our success. There are seven Board members and the changes over the last ten years have been minimal, with one change in 2002, one in 2005 and another in 2009. Four of the Board members have been in place over the entire ten year period. It has been an honour to work with these gentlemen and I thank Mark Lawrence, Basil Fuller, Nathan O’Connor, John Martin, Dennis Blair, Garry Peach and Wayne Morling for their friendship. Football Operations

Now onto football. When Chris Waterman was appointed in November 2009 he took on what could have been described as the most unenviable job in football. After we had enjoyed a long period of success and with a hefty contingent of aging stars it was never going to be an easy assignment.

Then Muddy injected some youth into the team, just when it looked like we were in a spot of trouble. Promoting players directly from the Colts is a brave move but one that paid dividends and shows that Muddy has an eye for talent. To have won nine games in a row and then to contest the grand final was a magnificent effort. To Chris Waterman I say congratulations on the year and the Club was pleased to re-appoint you a couple of months ago. Lastly, I must also pay tribute to Ali Pickett. It has been a pleasure to have witnessed the unique skills of this exceptional man, whose achievements have been outstanding – including two Sandover medals, an Outridge Medal, four premierships and the only current day player to be selected in Subiaco’s Team of the Century. A Parting Thought

On signing off it is important that our football club continues to work to Neil Randall and Alison Fan (Breast be the benchmark in the Cancer Ambassador) WAFL competition, always striving to be the best. The culture and values by which we operate improved markedly in the new millennium and it is no wonder that success followed. We must always continue to work to improve our standards. Finally, Lee-Anne and I wish all our members and supporters a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year. I look forward to cheering to the boys in 2012. Oobie Doobie c’mon Subi!!!!!!!! Lee-Anne Randall and Sue Bloxsidge

Neil Randall President

BOARD MEETING ATTENDANCE

During the past year, the Board of Directors met on 12 occasions. Attendance by Directors and Management were as follows: Neil RANDALL 9, Mark LAWRENCE 10, Basil FULLER 12, Dennis BLAIR 7, John MARTIN 10, Garry PEACH 11, Nathan O’CONNOR 9, Wayne MORLING 6, Peter CAPES 12.

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CEO’s Report

marketing initiatives has been quite successful and certainly something we will build on.

The club has had a good year both on and off the field, with the League team making the Grand Final and the Colts contested the Semi Finals. It was made even better when Colts aged players along with a number of young developing senior group players forced their way into the senior team.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & SOCIAL INCLUSION PROGRAMS

STRATEGIC PLANNING

Planning effectively prior to the football season getting underway is one of the most important pillars on which all areas of the club can then build on as the year unfolds. No doubt, 2011 has seen us implement many new initiatives and undertake a number of changes around the club for the benefit of our members. The Board planning tool “The Subiaco Story” provided us with our current situation and then where we want to be. Importantly it also provides our strategies to get where we want to go along with some measures of our success. The Board will again be developing a plan before the end of the year but it will probably be for a longer time frame. Each department of the club was tasked to deliver improvements in their areas. SFC must continue to be the benchmark in the competition, to focus on a high performance culture, success and winning. COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES & SUSTAINABLE INCOME GENERATION

A high priority issue for the club in 2011 has been to negotiate with the WAFC our exit from the Subiaco Club facility at Patterson’s Stadium and the compensation due to the club in our lease agreement. These negotiations are only just completed, but the SFC have agreed to work to earn our own compensation and take the associated risks in continuing to offer AFL corporate entertainment packages until 2018. It was a difficult negotiation but in the next few years we hope the club will be pleased with the outcome. David Sierakowski and his team this year ran all the AFL hospitality functions to a high standard and he has also introduced a number of changes that we hope has lifted the standard of the functions. The facility will need to undergo some basic refurbishments over the next few years that will also lift the quality of our function rooms and bars. Another high priority issue was to develop more sustainable income options other than just AFL corporate hospitality. With the appointment of Travis Kalin, I am pleased to report the focus on sponsorship and match day hospitality as well as some new

During 2010 we identified the need for this type of program to be targeted to some of the schools in the district and we made this a high priority issue for the club and district. Ben Haywood has been leading this program, meeting with a range of stakeholders including community groups and sporting clubs, business, government, education and the school sector. An advisory group was formed to then assist us to develop a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), a WA sporting first. A great achievement Ben, well done. The RAP, which was launched at the home game v Swan Districts in July, enabled the club to then develop a program we have called Learn Today Lead Tomorrow. The program was then delivered during Term 3 in local primary schools Boyare and North Balga by Neil Arnold and former AFL player Des Hedland. As I write this, a full review will be The Tindale Map - by Karen Winmar undertaken so that our future programs will be improved and if as we expect there is a positive community reaction from Aboriginal people in our district and the schools they attend then this program will become of huge importance and will drive our club forward. TALENT & DEVELOPMENT PATHWAY

Great work by the Colts coach Jarrad Schofield and his assistant coaches and their efforts certainly helped lead our Colts into the finals. SFC faces so many inequities in our district boundaries and playing numbers that getting really good coaches and then providing 1st class support structures throughout our entire talent pathway will remain a vital issue for the club. Thanks for your efforts Jarrad and good luck with your next coaching role.

ADMINISTRATION

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CEO Peter Capes

Accounts/Office Manager Debbie King

Reception Brooke Edwards

Football Manager Luke Sanders

Player Development Officer Andrew McBean

Sponsorship & Marketing Manager Travis Kalin

Operations Manager Jeff Lind

Bar & Functions Manager Leederville & Subiaco Kevan Sparks

District Manager Ben Haywood

Development Officer Neil Arnold

Commercial Operations Consultant Kim Williamson

AFL Corporate Hospitality David Sierakowski

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Frank Cooper (WAFC Chairman), Jeff Bleich (US Ambassador to Australia) and Peter Capes during Subiaco vs East Perth COMMUNICATION WITH MEMBERS, SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS

Another key issue has been to target growth of the number of people we have contact with, to thereby increase the number of people we can offer a membership, get to attend games, events and functions and of course promote our sponsors to. A growth target from the current number of 4,000 to over 10,000 people in the next few years is ambitious but to meet this target, we have focused on: • Greatly improving our website, functionality, content and information. • Launching Subi TV which has been really well received especially by the players. • Lions News has been sent out weekly in season, hopefully providing welcome club information. • Providing new and different events on game day such as Good Friday and even the brave promo of Bark in the Park. We will continue to focus on opportunities to develop the club through our web site and email communication as well as the various social networking. This year I am pleased to report that our attendances have been the highest since our move to Leederville. Well done to both Travis and Jeff Lind in particular. SPONSORS

My sincere thanks for another great year from our major sponsor QBE. To both Sarah Lowe and Mark Hughes for their part in finalizing a new three year deal thanks also. This partnership is highly valued by us and we really appreciate their involvement in the club and their support of events such as the Glory Years. Our major support sponsors are vital to the club, thanks to Phoenix Holden, KC Sports , Medibank, AE Hoskins and Sons and the Fosters Group for your support. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Neil and his Board for their dedication to the club and their 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. Past Players and Supporters (Arthur Cochrane and committee), The Golds (Ross Lockhart), The Ladies Forum (Laura Stafford), and The TRG volunteers (led by Basil Fuller). CLUB PATRONS

The Club was pleased that Mr Kevin Merifield accepted the position of Club Patron in 2011. Our thanks goes to the following Vice patrons for their ongoing support; Hon Julie Bishop MP, Mayor David Boothman (Stirling), Hon John Bowler MLA, Mr Michael Carlile, Mayor Nick Catania (Vincent), Mr Graham Edwards, Ms Janine Freeman MLA, Mr Brian Gardiner, Mr Clyde Goddard, Mayor Heather Henderson (Subiaco), Mayor John Kelly (Wanneroo), Mr Bob Kucera, Mr Michael Keenan MP, MrTony Krsticevic MLA, Mr Peter Metropolis, Ms Andrea Mitchell MLA,

2011 Administration Team

Dr Harry Phillips, Ms Margaret Quirk MLA, Mr Luke Simpkins MP, Dr Ken Spillman, Mr Brian Warren, Mr David Williams, Mr Grant Woodhams MLA. No 1 TICKET HOLDER & 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. CSES GAME IN ESPERENCE

This game was a season highlight thanks to Ken Bridges of the EDFA, Tony Power and Darren Resuggan for their professional organization and presentation of the game. The game generated funds for the local clubs, it was well supported and of course it was the turning point in our season. Thanks to the WAFC and the Department of Sport and Recreation for funding these games. FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

The club will again announce a profit to members and although revenues have not increased in recent years we have been able to manage expenses. Nathan O’Connor and Deb King have again had a good year overseeing this vital area. Chris Waterman has now completed his second year a senior coach and he has been able to demonstrate a clear improvement in our list and team success. Chris had his contract renewed mid-year by the Board even before he engineered the remarkable run that ended in qualifying for the Grand Final. Providing great support to Muddy was Luke Sanders whose relationships with support staff, coaches and players has made a big impact in our football department. Debbie and Brooke are always very willing to help members and supporters and provide the club with a friendly can do face of the club. They also give great support to all staff and this is greatly appreciated. Thanks to them, the club’s finances, membership, functions and match day luncheons are completed efficiently and with a friendly, welcoming approach. Ben Haywood entered his 2nd year as District Manager, Neil Arnold his 1st, but both have made strong contributions and their drive to make our social programs successful is extremely important. Our bar profit is also the best in many years both at our home at Medibank Stadium and also at the Subi Sports Bar and Function Centre. Well done to Kevan, Paul and all their staff OPPORTUNITIES OR CHALLENGES

We face an exciting 2012, we will be playing in the second edition of the FOXTEL CUP and getting national exposure. It is sure to test our depth but will also offer opportunity for the players and the club. The AFL in the WAFL will continue to be raised because both the WCE and FFC want stand alone teams with their players under their total control. We see this as an opportunity for the WAFL but much of course will depend on the structure, format and the impact on the clubs. Peter Capes Chief Executive Officer

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Sponsorship & Marketing Report Season 2011 has been a great year for marketing, communication and sponsorship, with the club embracing change and placing a heavier emphasis in these areas. This year the club has introduced a new sub-committee, which has focused on marketing and sponsorship opportunities for the club.

Communication

The clubs website received major changes early in the season and has now become one of the WAFL’s best for quality and content. The website numbers have increased by 100% over the past year. Our goal for 2011 was to produce quality content and an easy, user friendly website experience that our members would love. We will keep striving to keep up with current trends and deliver a best practice website for our members, sponsors and fans. Our social media pages (facebook & Twitter) were upgraded with new features and the clubs main objective was to engage more with our fans and followers. The Club’s pages have been a great success as we rank in the top three of the WAFL. This season we have provided our fans a number of fun competitions, articles, videos, pictures and prizes. We also gave the supporters something different, the club introduced Subi TV that the players really embraced and looked forward to each week. Short interviews were conducted/produced and featured on the clubs website and social media pages to give supporters different content and an in depth look into the club. One of the biggest changes this season was the revamped Lions News. This season we sent out weekly newsletters to members and fans that helped keep everyone informed of team selections, news, events and engagement with our sponsors. With Jeff Lind taking on the communications role our engagement with media has become a key part of the club. We introduced a new ways to connect with the media with easier ways to get information out and follow up strategies to communicate freely with the media. Marketing

This season the club focused on home games to provide extra entertainment and fun for spectators. The season started off

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with Student Night partnered with Student Edge to target younger WAFL and Subiaco fans. One game that created a big buzz around Perth was Bark in the Park (Bring your dog to a WAFL Game). The event was in partnership with Studio Noah and ten other companies to share the day. This event was a big success with some 100 dogs attending and a good crowd. Good Friday was a big day for the Club and for the first time a football game was played on this public holiday. This game was also used to recognize the ANZAC tradition. The crowds were great and the atmosphere was buzzing. For the second year in a row the club held Ladies Day that was partnered with seven companies to provide a fantastic day for the great women of our club. This year the Club traveled down to Esperance for our country game and partnered with Sky West, who we would like to thank for their contribution.

encourage all of our members and fans to support those sponsors who support us. Appreciation

Thanks to Peter Capes, for his guidance, support and understanding which enabled us to maximize our results in 2011. To my fellow sub-committee members, Mark Lawrence (Chair), Peter Capes, Basil Fuller, Peter Wright and Russell Waterman, I thank you for your assistance, support and hard work throughout the season. A special thank goes out to Jeff Lind for his patience and dedication in the implementation of all key aspects of the marketing and communications of the club. I would also like to thank Brad Lohoar for his guidance and hard work with our website. And lastly thanks to the Subiaco Football Club staff, members and fans for quickly making me feel like a part of this great club.

Sponsorship

This year was QBE’s 125th anniversary and to help them celebrate this occasion the Club played in special cyan blue jumpers, which incorporate the two organizations colours. The Club hosted a sitdown lunch for all sponsors and at half time held activities for kids and had a special contest where two teams contested in a jig saw puzzle of the special jumper. In 2011 QBE resigned as our major sponsor for a three year period. For the second year in a row the club has partnered with Medibank to provide junior clubs with the Healthy Attitudes Awards, which rewards junior district players rewards for having the right attitude on and off the field. The club hosted a day to reward these junior members. We are extremely thankful to all of our sponsors that have provided the club with much needed assistance and support. A special appreciation goes to Mark Hughes (QBE Insurance/ Senior) Michael Hoskins (AE Hoskins and Sons/ Colts) who are our Major Sponsors. Your support, communication and willingness has been wonderful this season and we look forward to ongoing associations. We would also like to

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Promotional Partners

The Paddington Ale House, Boyan Electrical, Leederville Camera House, Topolinis Café, Australian Reliance, Engel, Australian Property Consultants, Ad Caft, Freeway Screens, Elastoplast Player Sponsors

Store Wade Extensions, Edgewater Liquior Julian Paving & Limestone Services P/L, Exide Technologies, Scarboro Plumbing & Gas, Hydraulics Design Australia, Minter Ellison Lawyers, Tony & Lisa Pisano, Greenworx Commercial Maintenance, Star Gardens, Rue Cementation Mining Contractors, AMS Service & Maintenance PTY LTD, Leschenault Excavations, Bellini Hairstyling For Men, Enrich Financial Solutions, Broome Residential College, Graeme Hay Electrical, M & L Mechanical PTY LTD, The Loans Café, Scenar Vitality, Bella Fonte Restaurant, Balcatta Scrap Metal, Westelect Services, Croissant Express, ISM- Irrigation Services & Maintenance, XGS Exploration Geochemistry Services, Mt. Hawthorn TAB, Metro’s Bar & Bistro. Travis Kalin Sponsorship and Marketing Manager


commercial operations report I am pleased to once again report to members on our commercial operations activities for 2011. The year under review was a reflection of a different approach to the manner in which we presented our corporate hospitality through the agency of David Sierakowski, a person who needs no introduction to football aficionados and those, in particular, of the Subiaco Football Club. David’s infectious enthusiasm was evident in both presentation and quality of the corporate hospitality experience. The following provides a brief overview of our operations for 2011. Sponsorship

We are extremely grateful to those sponsors who directly relate to and support our corporate hospitality and, in particular, acknowledge our wine providers. To Dean Mitchell (Samuel Smith & Sons) who provide premium wines for our West Coast Coterie and Tom Galopolous (Driftwood Wines) who provide premium wines for the Fremantle Dockers Coterie, we extend our sincere appreciation for your support. As always we encourage our members to support those who support us.

AFL Grand Final Raffle

Our annual Grand Final Raffle of a trip for two to the AFL Grand Final was won by Suzanne Smith. Well done Suzanne. 2nd prize was won by SFC’s District Chairman, Wayne Morling. Our sincere thanks to all who participated. The Future

Whilst our Heads of Agreement regarding the rights to purchase seats at AFL matches at Subiaco Oval in compensation for loss of the use our facility has expired the same Heads of Agreement provides for a further degree of compensation subject to certain terms and conditions. After extensive negotiations with the WAFC regarding the legalities of the amount of further compensation, it has been resolved that the Subiaco Football Club will have the opportunity to continue to purchase a limited number of seats for a short period of time for corporate hospitality purposes. This is a good outcome for our existing corporate package holders and our commercial operations division looks forward to continuing this area of our activities. Appreciation

I am pleased to record my personal appreciation of the support of my Board colleagues over the past year and in particular with the expertise and professional input to achieving a positive outcome in our negotiations with the WAFC. I also wish to record my appreciation to David Sierakowski for his coordination of our commercial operations activities including the cooperative relationship he has established with Kevan Sparks stewardship of the Subi Sports Bar which has become an integral part of our overall operations at the Subiaco facility. To fellow Board member, Basil Fuller, CEO, Peter Capes and Consultant, Kim Williamson, I am grateful for your experience and support. In closing, my wife Debbie joins with me in wishing our corporate partners and all our members a Merry Xmas and continuing prosperity in 2012. Mark Lawrence Chairman – Commercial Operations

AFL Corporate Hospitality

AFL Corporate Packages

There is no doubt that the much improved performance of the West Coast Eagles this year gave our corporate hospitality sales a much needed boost and despite a huge injury list which affected their performance outcomes, the sales of hospitality for the Dockers was maintained to the level of our expectations. Despite the current economic climate we were delighted that our financial outcomes were commensurate with budgeted expectations. Subi Sports Bar

The relationship between our corporate hospitality operations and that of the Subi Sports Bar under the stewardship of Kevan Sparks is one of paramount importance. Accordingly there were a number of functions run throughout the year which more than complimented our commercial operations activities.

Mark Lawrence, Sue and Peter Smith

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FINANCE REPORT The 2011 year presented a number of financial challenges for the club given the commercial pressures impacting the club’s operations at Subiaco Oval and the endless negotiations with the WAFC on a compensation payment structure. I am pleased to report that, notwithstanding these challenges, the club has again strengthened its overall financial position as at year-end. From a financial perspective, the 2011 year will be one of, if not the most critical in the club’s history given the outcome of the

Subiaco Oval lease negotiations. SFC will now be generating our own money instead of being paid a compensation entitlement and I can assure members that the Board is working diligently to ensure security of the club’s financial position into the future. On a personal note, I would like to thank my fellow finance committee members, Peter Capes, Debbie King and Basil Fuller for their assistance during the year. I wish all members a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Nathan O’Connor Chairman – Finance Committee

Facilities In reviewing this portfolios operation, the main thrust continues to be the Medibank Stadium facility (Leederville) and membership, together with the maintenance and upkeep of our Subiaco premises. This year’s Outridge Medal (seniors) and Taylor Medal (Colts) presentation dinners were held at Subiaco. Ian Cunningham, Dr Ken Fitch, Kevin Merifield, Dr Ken Cullen, Brian Sierakowski, The financial report shows our Leederville Dr Warren Lillyman, Colin Williams at Life Members Function facility again operated well, hosting Good Friday and WAFL first semi final fixtures also the grand finals of the local Community Football (Amateurs) competition. With our facility now professionally set up, including recently installed Audio Visual equipment we meet the professional standards required for business forums, product launches and presentations. A regular booking is currently for the Real Estate Institute to conduct their corporate training schedule.

To our operations crew headed by the popular duo Kevan Sparks and Paul Pisani our thanks are recorded for their reliable and friendly attention to members and guests. The general maintenance of our facilities both at Leederville and Subiaco remains coordinated and undertaken by the clubs T.R.G (Tuesday Response Group). The ability of this dedicated team to organise our maintenance program to ensure members and players facilities remain in the condition expected cannot be underestimated taking into account the results achieved and the financial savings to the club.

Back: Kevin Smyth, Mick Bailey, Gerry Stokes, Basil Fuller Front: Ray Cornford, Chic Jackman, Mick Symons, Clyde Goddard, Keith Stone and Jeff Stafford

Our Hall of Fame and Club History displays still create great interest to members and visitors, with new items being included and regular rotation of major features. Clubs WA Awards The Club nominations resulted in two being successful.

• •

“Best Football Club” – for the third year in succession now qualifies SFC for induction to Clubs WA Hall of Fame. Volunteer Club Legend- was awarded to Basil Fuller.

Our club was also presented with a framed certificate to celebrate 100 years of the clubs movement.

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Outridge Medal Function at Subiaco Oval


Membership Scanning the membership graph included this report would no doubt set alarm bells ringing in relation to the overall decrease. However, analyzing the details over categories show the major shortfall was due to the cancellation of a holiday coaching clinic where attendees are included in the junior membership category. The expectation of Full and Corporate memberships did not adversely affect our budget expectations of this portfolio. To attract more members next year’s fees have incorporated an incentive with limited game entry included in the Lions category (Single, Concession and Country) and together with Pride memberships being inclusive of Home Game entry, this will result in adding value to members at both levels. Our aim therefore is to continue to follow up renewals and together with a new membership drive arrest this current trend. CLASSIFICATION

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Full (inc pensioners)

552

522

619

640

710

757

690

671

695

662

540

Life Members

72

74

76

78

77

75

78

82

85

89

92

Members for Life

12

12

12

12

12

13

12

12

12

10

10

Country

74

82

90

80

91

95

89

104

98

86

70

Junior (inc. students)

581

438

465

420

736

767

783

625

686

538

201

Social

114

192

192

239

263

302

394

307

286

171

158

Corporate

328

264

248

262

219

365

385

391

364

294

215

Players

154

71

101

89

105

111

88

117

129

106

121

Vice Patrons Poker Honorary TOTAL

8

2

9

8

12

3

12

25

29

25

14

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

74

N/A

N/A

92

81

62

46

150

166

171

318

375

249

50

1987

1738

1874

1874

2375

2624

2702

2652

2833

2230

1471

Communication - As a service to members our Website has been professionally upgraded to include a popular TV segment on players and games with general reporting on clubs activities through our weekly Lions News. Added club exposure through Facebook and Twitter have been activated and included for information in our Sponsorship & Marketing report. Grandstand Seating - The promised upgrade of this facility was completed for the commencement of the season with members appreciating the backrest style replacements.

Di Symons, Jackie Smith, Rhonda Forest at Purple Bra Game Function

Club Major Raffle - Another outstanding result was achieved with this year’s event (the only direct call to members to partner a project) directly benefitting local community sporting clubs Junior Football, Womens Football, Netball, Lacrosse and our overall football development programme. Premiers Club Launched - Players and Coaches who participated in premierships since 1973 will qualify for a “membership for life” which is regarded as a full membership for those not currently awarded life membership. This unique group will be invited to an annual function in recognition of their achievements. Life Membership Guidelines - As members will be aware the Board annually endorses as Life Members those who have rendered outstanding services to the club. As a guide, the criteria for selection/nomination are: automatic Qualification (as per constitution) 150 League Games. The Board has the discretion to consider a nomination, taking into account service to the Club. Our appreciation is recorded to our loyal and long standing members who regularly attend games and support clubs activities and we look forward to your continued involvement next year. Our aim - 12 in 12 Basil Fuller Chairman - Facilities & Membership

planning and governance REPORT The Planning and Governance Committee reviewed the Strategic Plan and “The Subiaco Football Club Story” and produced a 2011 version which was adopted by the Board in January. The key performance indicators (KPI’s) to measure the Club’s performance in addressing the strategies are:

1. 2. 3. 4.

Engage stake holders in accordance with Management Plan. E-News to full contact list before every home game Department Plans completed by March Implement business partnering agreement to deliver a social inclusion program by 30 June 5. 10% increase in revenue for non-WAFL events. An interim assessment of the Club’s performance against these KPI’S has been undertaken, items 2, 4 & 5 have been achieved and items 1 & 3 are well on track to be completed before the end of 2011. Operational Plans were reviewed by the Committee with presentations made by responsible staff. Stakeholder Manager Plan (Jeff Lind), Football Operations Plan (Luke Sanders), Talent and Country Servicing Plan (Andrew McBean) and Marketing Plan (Travis Kalin).

Other significant initiatives/documents reviewed by the Committee and endorsed by the Board included - Life membership criteria, WAFL Competition Equalisation, AFL in the WAFL, Premiers Cup and WAFL Sub Committees An important new initiative which was addressed through the Committee was the Social Inclusion Program, with key deliverables such as development of a Business Partnership Agreement, community consultation with local aboriginal elders and the finalisation of a Reconciliation Action Plan. The Committee has commenced a project to develop a plan for the period 2012 to 2014 that indentifies the Club’s highest priority strategic goals and sets out how these will be measured. An initial scoping session has been undertaken and a number of strategic planning workshops are scheduled for Board Members and Operational Managers with an aim of completing the Plan by the end of 2011. Thanks to Peter Capes, Garry Peach, Wayne Morling and Jeff Lind for their valuable contributions to ensuring that the Club pursues best practice business and governance processes. Dennis Blair Chairman - Planning & Governance

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FOOTBALL OPERATIONS REPORT

John Martin

Season 2011 was the start of a new decade for the club and the season was always going to present some challenges with the retirements of several key players last season. The club made a decision to recruit only a few players to compliment the current list and provide an opportunity for our local players to develop. The group performed exceptionally well, playing consistent football, making the grand final and qualifying for the foxtel cup in season 2012.

Throughout the 2011 season the club played 37 players in the league team, two of which were from our AFL ranks. Eleven players debuted (Jack Anthony, Kane Bloxsidge, Danny Hughes, Jordan Eades, Rowen McDonnell, Scott Ward, Clancy Wheeler, Justin Joyce, George Hampson, Rhys Waters and Ryan Wade), eight players had played less than 20 league games, and some significant milestones occurred with Darren Rumble (150), Ben Randall (100), Blake Broadhurst (100), Shaun Hildebrandt (100 SFC Games), Michael Rix (50), Allistair Pickett (200 WAFL Games). The 2011 Outridge Medal was held at our traditional home, Subiaco Oval, with the League and Colts count being conducted at the same venue. Kyal Horsley was the stand out performer for the season, amassing 193 votes and he duly won the Club Champion award. Kyal was recruited from the Goldfields and debuted in season 2007 and was a member of the 2008 premiership team. Kyal finished ahead of Jason Bristow on 117 votes and Michael Rix on 93 votes.

FITNESS AND CONDITIONING

In season 2011 the Subiaco FC appointed Matt Barber as Strength and Conditioning Coach. This was a key appointment pre season to ensure that we could improve the overall fitness of the group and target specific players. Matt came well credentialed, being an integral part of the dominance of the Subiaco Football Club during their ‘Glory Years’ in the decade from 2000. Matt’s dedication to assist the players to become fitter, faster and stronger has been exceptional over the past 12 months and the Subiaco Football Club look forward to his continued involvement for the 2012 season and beyond. MATCH DAY STAFF

Volunteers are the cornerstone of every successful sporting club, and the Subiaco Football Club is privileged to have an outstanding group of hard working volunteers. Our loyal runners in Grant Callaghan and Tony Fullgrabe for the League, Team Managers Ron Tester and Steve Lind, Timekeepers Arthur Livingstone and Lindsay Hassett, Interchange stewards John Grow and Peter Warden, plus our statisticians in Peter Douglas, Nyree Stokes, Jeff Hoskins, Mal Adamson, and Rick Cassidy, all have done a fantastic job throughout the season, the statistics that our members and supporters view online are produced by our hard working statisticians.

COACHING

To our Senior Coach Chris Waterman, Assistant Coaches Marc Webb, Nigel Wilson, Paul Peos along with Reserves Coach Josh Wooden, Assistant Coaches John Martin, Ryan Cootes and Robert Holmes, on behalf of the Subiaco FC we thank you for your time commitment, professionalism, knowledge, communication and passion that you displayed during the season. The strength of our program is the calibre of our coaching staff and the knowledge they are able to impart on our players. The coaching staff has been extremely loyal, supportive and their focus, input and support of the senior coach has been very much acknowledged and appreciated.

Jason Bristow, Kyal Horsley and Michael Rix

Football clubs tend to have a band of special volunteers who have the capacity to assist on much greater levels. Three of these special volunteers are Alby Hawkins, Barry Strack and Mick Bailey who assist the football department throughout the week preparing the club for game day. Some of the extra tasks that these gentlemen assist with are: the washing of training and match jumpers, general cleaning of the changerooms, maintaining football stock, cleaning and management of the rehab and recovery centre, preparations for home and away games and the extra transport of equipment to and from our Subiaco facility. Your dedication over countless years is appreciated and we look forward to your continued involvement at the football club. You are outstanding people to have at the club and contribute enormously to the clubs culture. MEDICAL TEAM

Chris Waterman & Luke Sanders

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The Medical team was outstanding in their diagnosis and treatment of injuries in season 2011. The treatment provided to players is second to none and a special thank you must go to our club Physiotherapist Martin Myer who provided exceptional service to all players, Doctors Simon Jenkin and Lisa–Marie Hynynen (helping in the finals) and club Chiropractor Jon Tan. Tanya Ferguson as Head Trainer ensured that there


was a consistent availability of trainers at training sessions and on match days to provide first class injury prevention and management for players. All players have enormous respect for the medical staff and the time that they dedicate during the week and on match days to ensure the club has a healthy playing list. Luke Sanders TRAINERS

Tanya was supported by a wonderfully dedicated group of professional and fantastic trainers. A very big thank you to all who attend training sessions, match day and rehab sessions. These very special people are Alby Hawkins, Mike Bailey, Kerrie Graham, Britney Miltrup, Caitlin Dawson, Sarah Harris, Lauren Hodder, Kiara Kent, Kevin Reid, Rodney Reynolds, Barry Demmler, David Graham, Nathan Stephens, Garry Underhill and Troy Stafford.

SFC Players “Ham it Up” for Purple Bra Game

PLAYERS

Season 2011 was always going to be an exciting and challenging year for the football club, with the retirements of senior players and the continued development of our younger less experienced players. The group was competitive in the early stages of the season but was unable to play four good quarters of football. The injection of younger players through the middle part of the season contributed to the team being successful and it is well documented the League side then went on to win consecutive matches during the middle part and at the end of the season. Players such as Phelan, Kerr, Blechynden, Wheeler, Joyce, Stevenson, Davey, Worthington, Hampson and Waters are vital to the competitiveness of the group and we look forward to seeing them progress further and become the next generation of league players. The club is in an exciting phase with the success of the colt’s team this season and a host of exciting players with raw talent progressing to senior football to compliment the current group of players.

A special acknowledgement must be extended to Andrew McBean who has given outstanding service to the football department over the past 7 seasons. We wish you all the success in the next chapter of your life. Finally our loyal supporters and members, your support is greatly appreciated and importantly we encourage you to continue your support as we strive for ongoing success in 2012. Look forward to seeing you next season. John Martin Chairman - Football Operations 

Luke Sanders Football Manager

2011 League Ladder Team

P

W

L

D

For

Agst

%

Pts

Claremont

20

15

5

0

2249

1658

135.65

60

West Perth

20

14

6

0

1948

1685

115.61

56

Subiaco

20

12

8

0

2044

1719

118.91

48

South Fremantle

20

12

8

0

2118

2006

105.58

48

East Fremantle

20

11

9

0

1876

1826

102.74

44

Perth

20

9

11

0

1760

2029

86.74

36

East Perth

20

6

14

0

1838

2018

91.08

24

Swan Districts

20

6

14

0

1771

2202

80.43

24

Peel Thunder

20

5

15

0

1747

2208

79.12

20

2011 Reserves Ladder

2011 Grand Final

The club exposed eleven new players in the 2011 season and these players will be better equipped to handle the pressure of senior football, when the club embarks on its next phase in season 2012 and beyond. Chad Cossom, Ben Keevers, Des Headland, Allistair Pickett and Michael Rix played their final game in the Maroon and Gold. They have all made a significant contribution to the Subiaco FC over the past decade and we thank them for their years of service and wish them every success in the future. STAFF

The Football Operations department would like to acknowledge the support, patience, professionalism, and assistance of all the staff throughout the year. It has been a very successful season on and off the field and this would not have been possible without your tireless work behind the scenes.

Team

P

W

L

D

For

Agst

%

Pts

Claremont

20

16

4

0

2325

1214

191.52%

64

Perth

20

16

4

0

1932

1326

145.7%

64

East Fremantle

20

15

5

0

2008

1238

162.2%

60

West Perth

20

14

6

0

1579

1453

108.67%

56

South Fremantle

20

8

11

1

1552

1785

86.95%

34

Subiaco

20

7

13

0

1512

1654

91.41%

28

East Perth

20

6

14

0

1603

1905

84.15%

24

Swan Districts

20

5

14

1

1428

1918

74.45%

22

Peel Thunder

20

2

18

0

939

2385

39.37%

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2011 Colts Ladder Team

P

W

L

D

For

Agst

%

Pts

South Fremantle

20

18

2

0

1952

1159

168.42%

72

Claremont

20

17

3

0

2178

1190

183.03%

68

Subiaco

20

13

6

1

1678

1381

121.51%

54

Peel Thunder

20

11

9

0

1578

1558

101.28%

44

West Perth

20

10

9

1

1664

1605

103.68%

42

East Fremantle

20

6

14

0

1498

1726

86.79%

24

Swan Districts

20

6

14

0

1332

1925

69.19%

24

Perth

20

5

15

0

1318

1706

77.26%

20

East Perth

20

3

17

0

1026

1974

51.98%

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LEAGUE REPORT 2011 After a disappointing finish in 2010 the league team soared back into finals contention and finished off playing in the grand final. With 7 games completed we were in a frustrating situation having lost 4 games by 2 goals or less and felt we were playing pretty good football. Then out of the blue we dropped 3 in a row and were staring down the barrel of a poor finish again. The players to their credit knew we were a better team than that and rallied back into contention with wins over East Perth and East Fremantle. We then headed to Joondalup and lost another close game but the players walked off this time realising they had played poorly and could have beaten a very good team. The next week in Esperance was a great win and the catalyst for our revival as South were going well and we crunched out a good victory. From there another 8 wins in a row saw us through to the grand final, but unfortunately with Clancy Wheeler getting knocked out, Adam Cockie then did his knee not long after and Ben Randall broke his foot in the second quarter we ran out of steam 10 minutes into the last quarter. We unearthed some very exciting talent with Justin Joyce and Rhys Waters making their debuts up from the colts while George Hampson, Clancy Wheeler, Scott Ward, Rowen McDonnell and Ryan Wade all played senior football as well. Kyal Horsley had an outstanding season and finished winning the club champion award and he was second in the Sandover Medal. Jason Bristow and Michael Rix were also very good in the midfield and all 3 were important in getting the team moving at the halfway mark. Unfortunately at the end of every season we draw the curtain on some players careers, this year is no exception with some very important players retiring. Ali Pickett, Chad Cossom and Ben Keevers all retire with 11 premiership medals between them and were all instrumental in the glory years. All 3 can walk away from the game knowing they gave everything and achieved more than most. Michael Rix unfortunately didn’t get to finish out his career how we planned with an untimely injury in the finals but he leaves this club with the utmost respect from all involved having had

a major impact on everyone in only 2 and a half short years. Des Headland has also retired from playing but will continue his association with the club in a mentoring capacity. Des played with some injury in his last couple of years but showed determination to Kyal Horsley & Michael Rix - 2011 Grand Final fight on when others would not have, he obviously walks away with a premiership from his days as a Brisbane Lion. We also lose the services of Danny Hughes as he has returned to Melbourne for family reasons. Danny had an outstanding season with us and played every game for the first time in years after battling injury, and we wish him well in the future. I would like to thank all the medical staff for their tireless efforts in another trying year in the medical room, to Tanya Ferguson, Alby Hawkins and all the staff thank you once again. All our volunteers on match day who put in just as hard every week I say thank you. To all our coaching staff, we worked well together when it was tough and we were all rewarded at the end for our persistence, once again thank you. Matt Barbers reintroduction to the club was important and the benefits started to show in the second half of the year. Thanks to all our office staff for continued commitment to the club and also a big thanks to our board for their support towards the football department. All in all we have achieved alot out of this season, we may have gone abit further than we anticipated but that was due to hard work and commitment by the playing group. Next year will see us enter the Foxtel Cup for the first time which will bring new challenges to our group and club as a whole. We look forward to those challenges. Thanks to all our members who supported so very strongly when things weren’t going our way, your loyalty is priceless. Lastly thanks to all our sponsors in particular QBE who continue their long association with the club. We look forward to starting pre season on November the 7th in anticipation of another big season of footy. Chris Waterman League Coach

2011 First Semi Final at MediBank Stadium

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RESERVES REPORT It was a very positive year for the Reserves. We didn’t get the results we were after, but the progress made by our players was very good. Our future looks promising, as most of our younger players played a full season and gained valuable experience. With another preseason I am sure that some of our players who made their debut this year for the league side and a number of other players will be pushing up to make their debut next season. It was an inconsistent year in terms of win loss ratio. After looking back through the games, we were either leading or a few points down during the last quarter and we fell away a lot at the end of games. We had a very young group in the Reserves side this year. A lot were a year or two out of the Colts and there were also a number of players who played their first season at Subiaco. This has a lot to do with our inconsistent form throughout every game. We would play two or three good quarters of football and one poor quarter which in most cases lost us the

game. When we put it all together we played some very good football. A highlight was beating Claremont as they were the top team in the Reserves competition this year. From the start of this year to the end, the type of football we played was a big improvement and this is a credit to all the players who took on board what we were trying to achieve. Our players on an Individual basis made big improvement throughout the year. They all put a lot of effort in during preseason and during the season and they all need to be congratulated. Throughout the year we had a number of Colts players come up and train with the senior squad and a few also played some Reserves games. They now have an understanding of what they can expect next year and with the quality of the players coming through, the Reserves will have a good year next season. I would like to congratulate all the award winners from the presentation night and I would also like to thank everyone who was involved with the Reserves side this season. Josh Wooden Reserves Coach

George Hampson, Reserves 2011 F&B

COLTS REPORT The Subiaco Colts Squad of 2011 can be very proud of their achievements for the season reaching the Preliminary Final, after finishing bottom the previous year. We had a squad of 55 players this year with a good balance of new and returning players, with 40 being used this season. The exposure some players gained in 2010 was definitely a key factor in the performances and the strength of the 2011 playing group. We won 13 (double that of 2010), lost 6 and drew 1, placing us 3rd on the ladder, the highest finishing position on the ladder in 12 years. 12 players trained and played with the senior squad in 2012, with Justin Joyce and Rhys Waters making their league debuts. This pathway program allowed other players to play Colts football and this only increased the pressure for positions in the side and the depth of the squad this year. Having players relocate from Esperance & Kalgoorlie, and others coming to us from other WAFL clubs contributed to the depth of the group with an intense Strength & Conditioning program. Although we were an even playing group this season there were some boys who had a standout year. Congratulations to Craig Hoskins who was named in the Centre for the Colts Team of the Year. The likes of Rhys Waters, Justin Joyce, Myles Smythe, James Garcia & Simon Moore just to name a few all had fantastic years and were unlucky to miss selection. Craig also took out his second Taylor Medal (Colts F & B) in 3 years which is a true indication of his ability, work ethic & dedication to football. Runner

up was Justin Joyce, 3rd went to Simon Moore, who was the most improved player of 2011, while Myles Smythe had another consistent year finishing 4th. The Newton Screaigh Coaches Award went to Dylan Elliot a hard working under sized Ruckman who battle against the odds all year. There are many people needed to run a Colts programme. I have been very fortunate to have great support around me over the last 3 years, people like the Board and especially Garry Peach, Jeff Lind, Luke Sanders, Andrew McBean, coaching staff in Todd Holmes, Mark Enders, Paul Vines, Brett Wenn, Jason Hoskins and Courtney Moores, Thank you to Team Managers Kevin Brown and Frits Vanirsen, Trainers & Support Staff in Scott Flood, Erin Diamond and Annie Italiano and her team thank you very much. Best of luck to the boys who are continuing their Colts journey next season and also to the boys who are stepping up to League next year. The club I believe has a bright future ahead of them with the quality of players coming through over the next 3-5 years. Thank you and good luck to everyone in the future. Jarrad Schofield Colts Coach

Craig Hoskins, Colts 2011 F&B

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2011 SUPPORT STAFF

Back Row: Middle Row: Front Row:

Kevin Reid, Caitlin Dawson, Lauren Hodder, Brittany Miltrup,Kiara Kent. Barry Demmler, Tony Scarfo, Rodney Reynolds, Nathan Stephens, Kerrie Graham, Dave Graham. Barry Strack, Alby Hawkins, Martin Meyer, Tanya Ferguson, Garry Underhill, Mick Bailey, Troy Stafford.

League Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Coaches Assistant League Runner League Runner League Manager Reserves Coach Reserves Asst Coach Reserves Asst Coach Reserves Asst Coach Reserves Manager League Interchange Reserves Interchange League Timekeeper Reserves Timekeeper Statistician

Chris Marc Nigel Paul Andrew Grant Tony Ron Josh John Robert Ryan Steve John Peter Arthur Lindsay Peter

Waterman Webb Wilson Peos Carr Callaghan Fullgrabe Tester Wooden Martin Holmes Cootes Lind Grow Warden Livingstone Hassett Douglas

Property Support Staff Co-ord Head Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainers Assistant Trainers Assistant Trainers Assistant

Barry Alby Tanya Mike Sarah Brittany Kevin Kerrie Lauren Caitlin Kiara Barry Rodney Nathan Garry David Troy Tony

Strack Hawkins Ferguson Bailey Harris Miltrup Reid Graham Hodder Dawson Kent Demmler Reynolds Stephens Underhill Graham Stafford Scarfo

Strength & Conditioning Coach Physiotherapist Chiropractor Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor Ground Manager Little League Manager SFC Helper SFC Helper SFC Helper SFC Helper SFC Helper SFC Helper SFC Helper Ground Cleaner

Matt Martin Jonathan Simon Lisa - Marie Dr Alex Dr Ben Dr Peter Peter Kevin Gerry Keith Chic Kevin Ray Mick Geoff Jack

Barber Myer Tan Jenkin Hynynen Strahan Hewitt Honey Day Hill Stokes Stone Jackman Smythe Cornford Symons Stafford Dunstan

Statistician

Mal

Adamson

Tribunal Advocate (Snrs)

Tim

Gossage

Scoreboard Attendant (League & Reserves)

Brendan

Capes

Statistician

Jeff

Hoskins

Tribunal Advocate (Colts)

Kevin

Brown

Scoreboard Attendant (Colts)

William

Flemming

Statistician

Nyree

Stokes

Returning Officer

Clyde

Goddard

Statistician

Rick

Cassidy

Ground Announcer

John

Exeter

Brad Stevenson

Jason Bristow

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2011 Round by round results Round 1 – 19th March – SFC Bye

Round 5 - Subiaco v Claremont

Saturday 16th April, 2.15pm at Medibank Stadium

Round 2 - Subiaco v West Perth

Friday 25th March, 6.45pm at Medibank Stadium

Subiaco West Perth

Q1 5.0 5.3

Q2 11.5 7.7

Q3 12.10 10.7

Q4 13.12 (90) 15.7 (97)

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: J Anthony 3, J Bristow 2, B Stevenson 2, A Pickett, K Bloxsidge, B Broadhurst, C Phelan, R Kerr, R Muller Best Players: B Randall, J Bristow, A Cockie, M Rix, P Hassett, R Muller WEST PERTH - Goal Kickers: S Zanetti 5, A Strijk 3, R Bartholomew 2, S Browne 2, M Guadagnin, A Saylor, S Tregear Best Players: S Zanetti, D Fleahy, M Gaudagnin, R Bartholomew, S Tregear

Subiaco Claremont

Q1 5.3 3.2

Q2 7.6 6.5

Q3 11.6 11.9

Q4 13.8 (86) 13.14 (92)

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 5, J Anthony 4, R Blechynden 2, A Pickett, D Hughes Best Players: P Hassett, B Broadhurst, J Anthony, A Pickett, M Rix, S Ward CLAREMONT - Goal Kickers: L Broome 3, G Weedon 2, T Handley, M Orzel, N Derickx, K Mitchell, T Swift, L Stevenson, A Gilligan, A Hamp Best Players: T Handley, J Murphy, S Starling, T Swift, T Lee, B Jones

Round 6 - Subiaco v East Perth

Friday 22nd April (Good Friday), 4.15pm at Medibank Stadium

Subiaco East Perth

Q1 6.2 4.4

Q2 10.6 4.6

Q3 14.6 9.11

Q4 16.11 (107) 13.13 (91)

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: R Kerr 4, B Broadhurst 3, D Hughes 3, J Anthony 2, R McDonnell, A Cockie, A Davey, J Bristow Best Players: J Bristow, R Kerr, K Horsley, C Phelan, D Hughes, A Parker EAST PERTH - Goal Kickers: J Smith 4, M Swan 2, J Delborrello 2, K Petifer 2, M Seal, D Macaulay, G Moss Best Players: J Smith, J Derickx, H Shephard, P Travers

Round 7 - South Fremantle v Subiaco Saturday 30th April, 2.15pm at Fremantle Oval

South Fremantle Subiaco

Q1 4.4 3.5

Q2 9.7 10.8

Q3 13.12 13.11

Chris Phelan Q4 21.13 (139) 19.12 (126)

SOUTH FREMANTLE - Goal Kickers: C Dell-Olio 5, A Collica 4, P Mugambwa 3, C Wilson 3, R Adams 2, A Hams, A Guglielmana, J Palumbo, R Cook Best Players: H North, R Cook, C Dell-Olio, K Miller, R Adams, J Palumbo SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: J Anthony 4, R McDonnell 2, C Phelan 2, R Kerr 2, D Hughes 2, C Cossom, S Hildebrandt, K Bloxsidge, B Broadhurst, K Horsley, J Bristow, P Hassett Best Players: K Bloxidge, J Anthony, K Horsley, P Hassett, J Bristow

Round 11 – Perth v Subiaco

Saturday 28th May, 2.15pm at Lathlain Oval

Perth Subiaco

Q1 4.2 2.1

Q2 8.5 6.5

Q3 12.5 11.9

Q4 20.7 (127) 14.13 (97)

PERTH - Goal Kickers: H Busher 4, J Kayler-Thomson 3, M Florio 3, S Horner 2, S Armstrong, M Moody, J Jacobs, A Elari, M Mather, D O’Sullivan, J Leeson, J Pitt Best Players: A Zucconi, M Florio, D O’Sullivan, H Busher, J Jacobs, J Kayler-Thomson SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 4, C Wheeler 4, D Hughes 2, J Anthony 2, S Hildebrandt, A Cockie Best Players: C Wheeler, D Hughes, R Forrest, J Bristow, R Kerr

Round 12 – Claremont v Subiaco Monday 6th June, 2.15pm at Lathlain Oval

Danny Hughes Claremont Subiaco

Round 3 - East Fremantle v Subiaco Saturday 2nd April, 1.30pm at East Fremantle Oval

East Fremantle Subiaco

Q1 3.4 2.5

Q2 7.6 7.7

Q3 10.11 10.11

Q1 2.2 3.6

Q2 9.4 4.9

Q3 14.6 8.12

Q4 17.12 (114) 9.14 (68)

CLAREMONT - Goal Kickers: T Handley 4, M Orzel 2, B Wilkes 2, I Richardson 2, D Crawford, B Schammer, K Mitchell, L Stevenson, T. Lee, G Weedon, L Broome Best Players: B Jones, I Rowe, L Blackwell, T Handley, K Mitchell, B Schammer SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: J. Anthony 3, B. Broadhurst 2, K. Bloxsidge, C. Wheeler, R Kerr, J Bristow Best Players: R Forrest, D Hughes, J Bristow, R Kerr, J Anthony, B Randall

Q4 12.12 84) 15.13 (103)

Round 13 - East Perth v Subiaco

Saturday 11th June, 2.15pm at Medibank Stadium

EAST FREMANTLE - Goal Kickers: L Teakle 3, R O’Brien 3, K Monteath, B O’Brien, D Foster, C Davidson, B Dalziell, M Mcgough Best Players: S Dodd, R O’Brien, R Young, A Stephen SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: J Eades 4, B Broadhurst 3, R Kerr 3, J Anthony 2, K Bloxsidge, B Stevenson, P Hassett Best Players: M Rix, K Horsley, R Kerr, P Hassett, A Cockie, R McDonnell

East Perth Subiaco

Q1 1.1 6.6

Q2 4.5 10.8

Q3 6.8 11.9

Q4 7.10 (52) 14.10 (94)

EAST PERTH - Goal Kickers: A Prior 3, J Smith, M Seal, J Oakley-Nicholls, J Delborrello Best Players: G Moss, C Wulff, A Sweet, A Prior SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: R McDonnell 3, B Broadhurst 3, K Bloxsidge, R Forrest, R Blechynden, J Bristow, B Stevenson, S Worthington, P Hassett, J Joyce Best Players: K Horsley, M Rix, D Rumble, B Randall

Ben Randall Round 8 – 7th May – SFC Bye Round 9 – Swan Districts v Subiaco Saturday 14th May, 2.15pm at Steel Blue Oval

Swan Districts Subiaco

Aidan Parker Round 4 - Perth v Subiaco Saturday 9th April, 2.15pm at Lathlain Oval Perth Subiaco

Q1 1.3 3.5

Q2 5.4 3.10

Q3 8.7 6.12

Q2 7.5 7.6

Q3 9.6 11.8

Q4 11.7 (73) 18.10 (118)

SWAN DISTRICTS - Goal Kickers: T Geappen 2, A Hansen, L Miles, W Lammie, B Robinson, C Hinkley, B Van Groningen, S Coniglio, T Roach, J Williams Best Players: L Spaanderman, T Roach, J Jacky, T Ames, L Miles, J Roberts, B Robinson SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 5, R Kerr 3, D Headland 2, C Cossom 2, P Hassett 2, D Hughes 2, A Pickett, A Cockie Best Players: D Rumble, R Muller, B Broadhurst, R Kerr, D Headland, B Randall

Round 10 - Subiaco v Peel Thunder Saturday 21st May, 2.15pm at Medibank Stadium Q4 12.11 (83) 9.17 (71)

PERTH - Goal Kickers: S Young 2, A McDougall, M Moody, H Busher, M Florio, R Young, M Rogers, A Smith, D O’Sullivan, J Bollenhagen, G Denton Best Players: A Elari, AMcDougall, SYoung, C Billings, M Florio, G Denton SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 4, A Pickett 2, C Cossom, A Cockie, R Kerr Best Players: J Bristow, K Horsley, B Broadhurst, S Hildebrandt, B Keevers, A Cockie.

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Q1 3.3 3.4

Subiaco Peel Thunder

Q1 4.4 5.2

Q2 7.9 12.4

Q3 12.13 15.9

Q4 16.14 (110) 19.15 (129)

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 5, D Hughes 4, A Pickett 2, C Cossom, K Bloxsidge, K Horsley, R Kerr, P Hassett Best Players: K Bloxsidge, B Broadhurst, D Hughes, P Hassett, B Randall, A Pickett PEEL THUNDER - Goal Kickers: R Herring 7, T Murphy 4, K Thornton 2, B Holmes 2, R Nye, A Thornton, M Brown, R Healey Best Players: R Herring, T Murphy, P Pohlenz-Saw, R Beswick, B Jones, K Thornton

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Clancy Wheeler Round 14 - Subiaco v East Fremantle Saturday 25th June, 2.15pm at Medibank Stadium

Subiaco East Fremantle

Q1 1.3 3.6

Q2 5.4 6.7

Q3 11.7 7.12

Q4 16.8 (104) 11.15 (81)

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: A Pickett 5, B Broadhurst 4, D Hughes 3, J Anthony 2, K Horsley, M Rix Best Players: K Horsley, A Pickett, K Bloxsidge, B Broadhurst, A Parker, S Hilderbrandt EAST FREMANTLE - Goal Kickers: L Teakle 2, B Bucovaz 2, M Warren, B O’Brien, R Young, L Fasolo, B Dalziell, C Yeo, K Stevens Best Players: L Weller, B Dalzeil


2011 Round by round results Round 15 - West Perth v Subiaco

Round 19 – Peel Thunder v Subiaco

Saturday 2nd July, 2.15pm at Arena Joondalup

West Perth Subiaco

Q1 4.2 5.1

Q2 7.2 6.1

Q3 9.6 7.3

Saturday 30th July, 2.15pm at Bendigo Bank Stadium Q4 15.8 (98) 13.5 (83)

WEST PERTH - Goal Kickers: A Strijk 3, A Saylor 3, B Lecras 2, M Guadagnin 2, J Gobbels 2, J Salecic, S Browne, S Tregear Best Players: K Bradley, A Saylor, D Fleay, D Hunt, J Salecic SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 5, D Hughes 5, S Hildebrandt, K Horsley, J Anthony Best Players: D Rumble, B Randall, K Horsley, D Hughes, C Phelan, A Parker

Peel Thunder Subiaco

Q1 2.1 5.3

Q2 7.3 10.5

Q3 9.8 12.9

Q4 10.11 (71) 17.13 (115)

PEEL THUNDER - Goal Kickers: B Holmes 3, C Eddy 2, J Warren 2, B Jones, B Thornton, R Herring Best Players: B Jones, K Thornton, B Thornton, J Jones, P Pohlenz-Saw SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 5, A Cockie 2, B Stevenson 2, P Hassett 2, S Hildebrandt, R Kerr, J Bristow, S Worthington, R Waters, J Joyce Best Players: J Bristow, S Hilderbrandt, B Stevenson, K Horsley, R Waters, P Hassett

Round 16 - Subiaco v South Fremantle Q1 6.4 1.6

Q2 8.9 5.8

Q3 12.11 11.13

Peel Thunder Subiaco

Q1 3.3 3.5

Q2 4.5 6.8

Q3 5.7 12.9

Q4 5.12 (42) 16.14 (110)

PEEL THUNDER - Goal Kickers: M Battye 2, B Jones, K Thornton, M Brown Best Players: J Flaherty, B Jones, J Jones, M Murdoch, B Green, K Thornton SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: C Phelan 2, R Blechynden 2, R Wade 2, A Pickett, A Parker, S Hildebrandt, B Broadhurst, A Cockie, C Wheeler, R Kerr, M Rix, D Hughes, G Hampson Best Players: K Horsley, A Parker, C Phelan, S Hildebrant, D Hughes, A Cockie

1st Semi Final - Subiaco v South Fremantle Sunday 11th September, 2.15pm at Medibank Stadium

Saturday 9th June, 2.15pm at Ports Oval, Esperance

Subiaco South Fremantle

Round 24 – Peel Thunder v Subiaco Saturday 3rd September, 2.15pm at Bendigo Bank Stadium

Q4 18.11 (119) 16.15 (111)

Subiaco South Fremantle

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 4, R Kerr 4, A Pickett 3, B Stevenson 3, C Wheeler 2, R Blechynden, D Hughes Best Players: K Horsley, J Bristow, D Hughes, R Blechynden, B Broadhurst, R Kerr SOUTH FREMANTLE - Goal Kickers: T Adams 3, R Murphy 2, C Wilson 2, C Dell-Olio 2, J Palumbo 2, J Woods 2, P Hasleby, J Head, A Hams Best Players: T Adams, A Gaff, K Miller, P Hasleby, J Head, A McCarrey

Q1 8.0 2.2

Q2 11.6 8.3

Q3 19.10 11.4

Q4 24.18 (162) 12.5 (77)

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: R Kerr 4, K Horsley 3, A Pickett 2, D Headland 2, B Broadhurst 2, A Cockie 2, R Blechynden 2, J Bristow 2, B Stevenson 2, D Hughes 2, A Parker Best Players: R Kerr, D Hughes, D Rumble, K Horsley, A Davey, A Cockie SOUTH FREMANTLE - Goal Kickers: C Dell-Olio 3, R Adams 3, P Hasleby 2, D Hayward 2, T McGrath, A Hams Best Players: J Head, T Bairstow, C Dell-Olio, R Murphy, R Adams

Reece Blechynden Round 20 - Subiaco v Perth

Saturday 6th August, 2.15pm at Medibank Stadium

Subiaco Perth

Q1 1.1 6.1

Q2 5.2 9.2

Q3 8.3 10.8

Q4 13.11 (89) 11.9 (75)

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: A Pickett 3, B Broadhurst 3, K Horsley 2, D Hughes 2, R Crowley, C Phelan, A Cockie Best Players: M Rix, K Horsley, D Rumble, D Hughes, J Bristow, A Pickett PERTH - Goal Kickers: M Moody 2, R Young 2, J Houghton 2, J Leeson 2, S Siekierka, H Busher, C Sibosado Best Players: R Young, M Tedesco, A Zucconi, J Jacobs, M Florio, M Moody

Round 21 - Subiaco v East Perth

Saturday 13th August, 4.15pm at Medibank Stadium

Darren Rumble Round 17 – 16th July – SFC Bye

Subiaco East Perth

Q1 3.2 3.5

Q2 5.7 6.7

Q3 9.10 8.12

Q4 18.12 (120) 8.12 (60)

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 3, R Blechynden 3, D Hughes 3, K Horsley 2, R Kerr 2, D Headland, S Hildebrandt, A Cockie, J Bristow, B Stevenson, S Worthington Best Players: R Kerr, R Blechynden, K Bloxsidge, D Hughes, A Parker, J Bristow EAST PERTH - Goal Kickers: M Swan 2, G Moss 2, J Smith, F Clutterbuck, N Kommer, S McKenzie Best Players: B Lee, C Wulff, B Higgins, D McCauley

Round 18 - Subiaco v Swan Districts Saturday 23rd July, 2.15pm at Medibank Stadium

Subiaco Swan Districts

Q1 6.2 2.1

Q2 12.8 3.3

Q3 15.16 3.4

Rhett Kerr Preliminary Final – West Perth v Subiaco Sunday 18th September, 2.15pm at Arena Joondalup

West Perth Subiaco

Q1 1.2 1.4

Q2 3.6 3.4

Q3 4.7 7.7

Q4 5.11 (41) 8.8 (56)

WEST PERTH - Goal Kickers: J Gobbels 2, M Guadagnin, A Strijk, A Saylor Best Players: M Hutchings, L Tedesco, K Manning, D Fleay, S Browne SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: G Hampson 3, B Keevers 2, A Parker, A Cockie, B Stevenson Best Players: K Horsley, J Bristow, C Wheeler, G Hampson, S Hildebrandt, B Randall

Q4 20.19 (139) 6.7 (43)

Grand Final – Claremont v Subiaco

Sunday 25th September, 2.15pm at Patersons Stadium

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: J Anthony 4, A Pickett 3, B Broadhurst 3, R Waters 2, J Joyce 2, S Hildebrandt, K Horsley, R Kerr, M Rix, P Hassett, D Hughes Best Players: K Horsley, J Anthony, P Hassett, B Randall, R Waters, C Phelan SWAN DISTRICTS - Goal Kickers: M Newman 2, J Simpson, S Potente, T Geappen, T Roach Best Players: S Coniglio, M Newman, P Richardson, C Pearce

Claremont Subiaco

Q1 6.3 4.3

Q2 10.7 6.6

Q3 13.12 8.9

Q4 19.13 (127) 10.11 (71)

CLAREMONT - Goal Kickers: B Wilkes 5, A Gilligan 3, C Rudeforth 2, T Handley 2, I Richardson 2, D Crawford, A Foster, B Schammer, T Lee, G Weedon Best Players: B Wilkes, A Foster, J Laurie, C Rudeforth, K Mitchell, T Handley SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: D Headland 3, B Broadhurst 3, A Pickett 2, R Kerr, B Stevenson Best Players: J Bristow, D Rumble, K Horsley, D Headland, R Forrest, B Stevenson

Blake Broadhurst Round 22 – 20th August – SFC Bye Round 23 - Subiaco v East Fremantle Saturday 27th August, 2.15pm at Medibank Stadium

Subiaco East Fremantle

Pat Hassett

Q1 4.5 5.2

Q2 6.9 5.7

Q3 12.11 7.7

Q4 13.17 (95) 8.9 (57)

SUBIACO - Goal Kickers: B Broadhurst 4, S Hildebrandt 2, M Rix 2, C Phelan, C Wheeler, R Blechynden, K Horsley, D Hughes Best Players: J Bristow, M Rix, B Randall, C Phelan, D Hughes, S Hilderbrant EAST FREMANTLE - Goal Kickers: B O’Brien 2, T Howlett 2, R Hadley, R Young, B Dalziell, B Sheppard Best Players: J McNamara, A Stephen, R Young, L Weller, R Hadley, M McGough

Scott Worthington

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2011 MILESTONES

Allistair Pickett 200 WAFL Games

Darren Rumble 150 SFC Games

Ben Randall 100 SFC Games

Shaun Hildebrandt 100 SFC Games

2011 DEBUTANTS

Jack Anthony

Clancy Wheeler

Kane Bloxsidge

Danny Hughes

Justin Joyce

Jordan Eades

George Hampson

Rowen McDonnell

Rhys Waters

Scott Ward

Ryan Wade

2011 STATE REPS

Michael Rix WA v QLD

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Rhys Waters STATE 18s

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Dominic Sheed STATE 16s

Bryce Denysiuk STATE 16s

Hayden Kennedy STATE 16s


Tribute to RETIREES

Chad Cossom

Allistair Pickett

Ben Keevers

From Kingsley JFC, Chad Cossom progressed through the club’s talent pathway. He made his league debut in 2000 and went on to play 214 games, 7th on Subiaco’s all time list. His career trademark has been his ability to run and carry the football and create scoring opportunities. Cossom also represented WA in 2005 and he has the unique record of playing finals football in 12 consecutive seasons up to 2009. Cossom retires with four league premierships under his belt. Chad’s early retirement was necessitated by the demands of his employment as a lawyer. Congratulations Chad on a wonderful career.

Allistair Pickett is a modern day champion. He played 180 games with Subiaco, he won the Sandover Medal in 2002 and 2004,has was the Outridge Medalist in 2004, he represented WA 3 times (2004,05,06), he was a four time premiership player in 2004,06,07,08, he was selected in Subiaco’s Team of The Century in 2008, a SFC Life Member in 2008 and he was inducted as a SFC Diehard in 2010. In 2011 Ali celebrated his 200th WAFL game to cap off what was a truly remarkable career. Ali has been a role model and an inspiration to anyone who has witnessed his incredible skills and courage.

Ben’s career spanned 2000 to 2012. The Sorrento-Duncraig JFC product was a Teal Cup representative and played just the one league game in 2000, and after a short period in the ACT AFL league he returned in 2003 and from that point has been a regular fixture in Subi’s lineup. Initially a wingman/half forward Keevers has developed into one of the premier defenders in the WAFL competition. Along the way Keevers has completed 163 games, played in 3 premierships (2004,06,07), 3 state games (2006,08,09), won the Andrew Christie Cup in the ANZAC game in 2006.

Shaun HilDebrandt

Des Headland

Michael Rix

Hilda was recruited by Peter German from Peel in 2006. He played just the 7 games in his first season and from that point his career blossomed. He played 118 SFC games, 3 state games (2008/09/10), 2 premierships (2007/08), was Club Champion (Outridge Medalist) in 2009, and he was 4th in 2007 and 3rd in 2010. Known as “The Machine” because of his outstanding running ability we wish Hilda, Bella and family all the best for the future.

Des’ football career ended where it started 14 seasons ago. Having made his debut with Subiaco as a 17 year old he was the No 1 AFL draft pick. His AFL Career included 166 Games (Brisbane 52, Fremantle 114) and he was a Brisbane premiership player in 2002. He ended his 34 WAFL game career with a strong performance in Subiaco’s losing 2011 grand final.

In Rix’s time at Subiaco over three seasons (2009-11) he has been the premier ruckman of the competition. His commitment, leadership skills and empathy have had a lasting impact on everyone he met with. His career finishes at Subiaco having played 51 games and 2 state games (2010/11). The club feels indebted to Rixy that we could not give him a premiership medal to add to his achievements.

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2011 Club Champion Awards LEAGUE Club Champion – Kyal Horsley Outridge Medal – Donated by Kevin Merfield Runner-Up Club Champion – Jason Bristow Don Carter Memorial Trophy Outstanding Play Award – Michael Rix Ted Doherty Memorial Trophy Outstanding Play Award – Danny Hughes Colin Williams Perpetual Trophy Outstanding Play Award – Rhett Kerr Neil Taylor Perpetual Trophy Rising Star Award Clancy Wheeler & Brad Stevenson Dennis Barron Memorial Trophy

Kevin Merifield & Kyal Horsley

Golds Award – Kyal Horsley Golds Player of the Year

TOP TEN VOTES

Newton Screaigh Coaches Award Chris Phelan Donated by SFC PP&SA Best Clubman – Michael Rix City of Subiaco Medallion Leading Goal Kicker Blake Broadhurst – 73 goals Austin Robertson Jnr Perpetual Trophy President’s Trophy – Jonathon Tan

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Jason Jason Bristow Bristow

Kyal Horsley Jason Bristow Michael Rix Danny Hughes Rhett Kerr Ben Randall Blake Broadhurst Darren Rumble Aidan Parker Patrick Hassett

193 Votes 117 Votes 93 Votes 75 Votes 60 Votes 54 Votes 52 Votes 45 Votes 44 Votes 41 Votes


RESERVES Fairest & Best – George Hampson Blakemore Medal – Donated by Life Members Runner-up Fairest & Best – Abe Davey Bill Mackie Memorial Trophy Outstanding Play Award – Ryan Wade Outstanding Play Award – Matthew Cullen Newton Screaigh Coaches Award – Luke Symonds

George Hampson

Abe Davey

COLTS Fairest & Best – Craig Hoskins Taylor Medal Runner-up Fairest & Best – Justin Joyce Rod Wholohan Memorial Trophy Outstanding Play Award – Simon Moore Outstanding Play Award – Myles Smythe Newton Screaigh Coaches Award – Dylan Elliott Brian Taylor, Craig Hoskins & Val Taylor

Justin Joyce

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SUBIACO FOOTBALL CL

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Back Row: Danny Hughes, Brad Stevenson, Clancy Wheeler, Third Row: Adam Cockie, Des Headland, Robbie Forrest, Scott Worthington, Second Row: Allistair Pickett, Scott Ward, Ryan Wade, Reece Blechynden, Ben Keevers, Front Row: Darren Rumble, Michael Rix, Blake Broadhurst, Absent: Jordan Adamson-Holmes, Kane Bloxsidge,

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UB LEAGUE TEAM 2011

Scott Douglas, Jack Anthony, Chris Phelan, Ryan Sheehan. Rhett Kerr, George Hampson, Rhys Waters, Chad Cossom. Rory Muller, Abe Davey, Rowen McDonnell, Jason Bristow, Justin Joyce. Chris Waterman (Coach), Aidan Parker, Ben Randall, Kyal Horsley. Ryan Crowley, Jordan Eades, Shaun Hildebrandt.


SUBIACO DISTRICT REPORT 2011 was again another very successful year within the Subiaco District, with the district enjoying ongoing growth at all levels of football and we continued to capitalize on the new areas gained as a result of the 2009 district boundary review. The junior competition continues to be the envy of all other districts with the Wayne Morling evenness of the competition being a key reason that player participant numbers have grown, resulting in increased retention. Congratulations to Rob Goodin and his junior competition committee - well done on another great year. As in previous years, 2011 saw all schools within the Subiaco District participate in at least one school-based program, which were successfully coordinated by teachers, Neil Arnold (Development Officer), Jarryd Buscall and Kieran O’Connor (Clinic Coordinators). The District would not have run as smoothly as it does without the efforts of our volunteers. The Subiaco District Volunteer of the Year was awarded to Gwenda Wilmott, President of the Balga Junior Football Club. Gwenda was presented her award at the 2011 Sandover Medal. Our schools make an invaluable contribution to the success of the District and we would like to acknowledge both our primary and secondary schools, with district finalist; Allison McAuliffe from Osborne Park in the primary school and, David Traynor from John Septimus Roe in the secondary categories respectively. Without doubt a quality game environment can be directly attributed to the behaviours and attitude of coaches, it is for this reason, that the Subiaco District places a great emphasis on coach education. Chris Waterman (Subiaco Football Club League Coach) is to be commended for his contribution towards the development of community coaches. At its District Presentation and Awards Dinner, the District recognised coaches of the year from the Auskick, Modified Youth and Senior categories:

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The district has been fortunate to secure the services of Des Headland who has been delivering the program across our primary school and junior club environments to achieve enhanced outcomes for our indigenous participants across the district. Our schools program has been led tremendously by Neil Arnold who joined the district early in 2011 as our Development Officer. One of Neil’s great passions is to build a greater capacity and desire in the youth of today towards seeking a meaningful education. The program developed by Neil; titled Learn Today Lead Tomorrow, centres on re-engaging indigenous youth using football and sport, as a vehicle for social inclusion. Future funding options are being pursued to assure the long term sustainability of this program. As part of the district’s ongoing endeavours in this arena, a Reference Committee has been established to guide and support the district’s effort. The Committee comprises members from; Subiaco Football Club, Department of Sport and Recreation, local elders, community leaders and, indigenous mentors. One of the key achievements of this Committee was the production of our Reconciliation Action Plan, which is a first for any district and WAFL club. The RAP as it is commonly referred

Auskick Coach of the Year - Tony Hristianopoulos from Karrinyup Saints Junior Football Club; Modified Coach of the Year - Cory Lake from Sorrento Duncraig Junior Football Club Youth Coach of the Year - Sean Connolly from Carine Junior Football Club; and Senior Community Coach of the Year - Peter Ryan from Kingsley Amateur Football Club at senior level. All were named as Subiaco District Coaches of the Year in their respective categories.

Balga SHS Dancers at launch of RAP

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One of the greatest highlights for the district and club in 2011 is the accelerated implementation of our indigenous programs. Originally, implementation was scheduled for 2012, however, seed funding from both the District and Subiaco Football Club, has enabled implementation 12 months ahead of schedule.

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Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)


Ben Haywood

to, is a critical instrument as it aims to convert “good intentions into actions” by being a tool to help build positive relationships between indigenous and nonindigenous people. The input and on-going support and involvement from community leaders and elders has been outstanding.

The RAP is used as a foundation to drive our indigenous community programs. The district and Club aim to extend these programs to our country zones - Kalgoorlie and Esperance in 2012. This will involve on-going consultation with stakeholders to contextualise program to suit specific requirements with respect to substance and content, to ensure that it remains relevant in the long term. Very exciting times are ahead in an area which the district sees as paramount to its growth, not just in a football, but in its positive contribution to society as a whole. Special thanks must be extended to all the fantastic volunteers at grass roots level, in particular; Community Presidents (Senior and junior), Committee Members, Coaches, Umpires, Managers, Auskick Coordinators, Parents and Players. Without your leadership and dedicated commitment of time and expertise, the District and game environment would not be as strong.

Neil Arnold - April Holiday Coaching Clinic

Lastly, thanks to everyone for their support in 2011, we look forward to 2012 and the challenges and opportunities that await. Wayne Morling Chairman – Subiaco DFDC

Ben Haywood Subiaco District Manager

LITTLE LEAGUE This year has seen me lead the Little League teams for the 15th year in a row – a continued pleasure. Thanks to the Subiaco Football Club for providing a set of ‘away’ jumpers due to the change of structure of Little League playing only at Home games where two teams were provided. A representative team from Esperance visited us in June and played during the half-time break for a WAFL game and then for an AFL game. A total of some 440 junior players have participated in Little League for Subiaco this year. Again, we had the opportunity to play in the Finals where we used a representative team of about 15 players from all of our District Junior Clubs. This team played at the Semi-Final, Preliminary Final and Grand Final. To their credit, they took out the Alex Panton Cup, a trophy that has found its way to Subi for five out of the last six years. The kids really enjoyed themselves playing at Patersons Stadium. Thanks to all the parents for being part of the team and for being only too happy to help out where needed. We would like to thank Chris Waterman and the support staff for carrying on the tradition of allowing our kids into the changeroom to meet senior players and to see them prepare for the League game. Special thanks to all players for making the Little League kids a part of the Subi ‘team’, and to Justin Langer, Ali Pickett and players from Colts through to League who gave their time to talk to their little team-mates.

SFC Little League win 2011 Alex Panton Cup

A big thanks to Ben for his help throughout the season. As always, Luke Sanders was there as backup to help us out or encourage. Thanks guys! Hilly, 100% Subi, Little League Manager

SFC Little League Game at MediBank Stadium

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Talent & Country Servicing TALENT DEVELOPMENT

The Subiaco Football Club’s Colts Group remains the flagship of our development programs, all of which continue to nurture the development of our future players. Thank you to all coaches and support staff for the work you do, it is highly valued and really appreciated. Garry Peach

Andrew McBean

2011 Talent DEVELOPMENT Support Staff Colts Program

Congratulations to Jarrad Schofield and the Colts group on making the Preliminary Final after finishing at the bottom in 2010. Members may recall that we finished off the 2010 season in fine style and showed a glimpse of the form that we managed to maintain through this year’s season. After three years in the role as our Colts coach, Jarrad has stepped down to seek further opportunities to develop himself as a senior coach. Jarrad has been absolutely wonderful in this role and seeing him develop as a coach of immense potential has been a great achievement for both Jarrad and our Club. He will be highly sought after as a coach and hopefully we will be able to provide the opportunities at our Club for his further development. Thank you Jarrad, you have been outstanding and it has been a pleasure to work with you.

Coach Jarrad Schofield Assistant Coach Paul Vines Assistant Coach Mark Enders Assistant Coach Todd Holmes Development Coach Brett Wenn Development Coach Courtney Moores Devel Coach/Runner Jason Hoskins Runner Troy Fullgrabe Congratulations to Craig Hoskins on winning his second Taylor Medal. Craig now Strength & Conditioning Michael Antuar graduates to senior football and is a very exciting prospect, we wish him well. Nutritionist Chris Fonda Physiotherapist Anne Italiano Our Colts Group, right through to our League Team are benefiting from our Head Trainer Scott Flood development programs with the country zone in particular providing big numbers Head Trainer Erin Diamond Trainer Marnie Atherton of quality players. This was certainly the case again in 2011 with a large contingent Trainer Peter Nazzari of players coming up from our Kalgoorlie and Esperance zones. Despite our small Trainer Rowan Gerrard metropolitan zone, we continue to develop quality players who are increasingly finding Team Manager Kevin Brown Asst Team Manager John Byrnes their way through the ranks to senior football. Property/Interch Steward Fritz Vanirsen Timekeeper Rex Ashman There has also been a sharp improvement in our competitiveness in the Development Squad Statistician Peter Douglas programs. Following on from the 14s Development Squad, which is an introductory talent Statistician Rod Jenkins Statistician Mal Adamson program; the 15’s Academy is now having a significant impact. The 15s program is a yearlong

16’s Football Excellence Program

Coach Devin Martin Assistant Coach John Batten Assistant Coach Geoff O’Regan Assistant Coach Clinton Gardiner Development Coach Tim Grose Development Coach Ross Jevons Development Coach Tony Lenzarini

15’s Academy Program

program that provides opportunities for players to work with our coaching staff on a number of development challenges, which augers well for the future. The 16’s Excellence Program mirrors the work and structures of our Colts program and allows for a smoother transition from junior football. These programs are all designed to have an impression on these young players that ensures an understanding of the talent pathway. It introduces coaches, players and parents to the exciting opportunities and commitment that lay ahead. COUNTRY SERVICING

Head Coach Simon Quayle Throughout the year we continued to build our strong relationship with our country Jan – June Coach John Burton zone, assisting with a number of football clinics and visits by staff and supporters. The Assistant Coach Tim Grose Assistant Coach Scott Zehnder country enrichment game played in Esperance was one of this season’s highlights July – Dec Coach Brett Wenn particularly watching Rhett Kerr, Abe Davey and Clancy Wheeler playing in front of their Assistant Coach Ken Hutchings home town crowd. And who will forget Clancy kicking the winning goal much to the Assistant Coach Tony Giovenco delight of the patrons in the “Clancy Wheeler Bar” at the southern end. Good on you

14’s Development Squad Program Head Coach Jan – June Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach July – Dec Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Program Support Staff

Ross Craig Craig Rohan Ross Michael Trace Erin Marnie Alby Scott

Jevons Dalton Sargeant Quinn Jevons Cockburn Ryan Diamond Atherton Hawkins Flood

Clanger! We would like to acknowledge the efforts of our country zone Presidents Phil Worthington (Goldfields) and Ken Bridges (Esperance Districts) and our Regional Development Managers Darren Resuggan and Andrew Smith for providing such a fantastic environment for the development of our young country players. Thanks also to Tony Power and the RFDC for your efforts and commitment to the SFC. Congratulations to the premiership clubs Mines Rovers and Ports and also to the Mitchell Medallist Brodie Peterson and Hepburn Medallist Simon Ham. Finally a big thank you to all the staff involved in running our talent and coach development programs. Thanks to the Board for your ongoing support and commitment and the DFDC headed up by Wayne Morling and District Manager Ben Haywood.

2011 - 15s Game

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Garry Peach Chairman

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Andrew McBean PDO

Abraham Kennedy 14s


2011 DEVELOPMENT SQUADs

16s Football Back Row: Middle Row: Front Row: Absent:

Excellence Program Brennen Irving, James Tsironis, Jarrod Chapman, Scott Rolley, Ryan Vermeersch, Jack Manera, Bryce Denysiuk, Jordan Bestry, Rhys Slatter, Sam Zehnder, Ethan De Rosa, Ryan Knight, Dominic Sheed. Geoff O’Regan (Asst Coach), Anthony Lenzarini (Development Coach), Joel Temm, Blake Morgan, Jordan Webster, Brandon Paulitz, Brynn Joyce, Joe Scafidi, Brandon Jones, Sebastian Neaves, Mitchell Reid, Daniel White, Clinton Gardiner (Asst Coach), Andrew McBean (Player Development Officer) Jayden Roth, Jomei Rihari, Aron Lazaridis, Conor McGuire, Mitchell Turner, Devin Martin (Coach), Hayden Kennedy, Thomas Flematti, Curtis Dickson, Rhys McAlister, Jayden Pethick. Mitchell Aarons, Chritopher Bryan, Mitchell Cameron, Liam Ellis, Rhys Holdman, Thom Singh, John Batten (Asst Coach), Tim Grose (Development Coach), Ross Jeavons (Development Coach), Simon Quayle (Development Coach).

15s Football Academy (January-June) Back Row: Aaron Summers, Nathan Adler, Jake Brady, Ben Evans, Braydon Dempster, James Murray, Kyle Smart, Jarrad Tilley-Norton Third Row: Pierce Rollo, Joshua De Luca, Aidan Rigby, Laurence Giovenco, Jack Kemp, Luke Staffe, Adam Volaric, Jacob Crupi Second Row: Tim Grose (Assistant Coach), Ryan Dzodzos, Joel Warner, Brad Waters, Scott Zehnder (Assistant Coach), Jamie Ryder, James Booth, Cooper Waymouth, Tony Giovenco (Development Coach) First Row: Jaydan Barber, Jack Tulloch, Trent Wojtowicz, Kale Somers (Captain), John Burton (Coach), Tim Edwards, Adam Swain, Anthony Champion, Ryan Frawley Absent: Cody Grace, Stefan Versace

15s Football Academy (July – December) Back Row: Alex Coe, Josh Tickner, Matthew Robertson, Ike Bunn, Tom Hooper, Adam Creeper, Kyle Barnsley, Zak Singh, Connor Bloom Third Row: Shannon Nelson, Toby Menzie, Joshua Hatch, Ben Harbers, Alex Carmichael, Brett Menzie, Luke Corbett, Liam Hooper, Jake Marinovich, Shontaye James Second Row: Ken Hutchings (Assistant Coach), Daniel Abbot, Callan Green, Blair Jarszaek, Braydon Wood, Braydon Tate, Sharn Campbell, Jaimon Hollett, Alex Wenn, Tony Giovenco (Assistant Coach) Front Row: Gary Sarti, Stuart Smith, Brandon Chau, Daniel Toohey, Brett Wenn (Coach), Callan Dunjey, Jye Edwards, Joshua McDonald, Myles Finnegan Absent: Daniel Baty, Sam De Marte, Braden Slatter

14s Development Squad (January-June) Back Row: Matthew Blake, Abraham Kennedy, Brayden Farrell, Jayden Gerrand, Greg Clarke, Jesse Watts, Gerard O’Sullivan, Ethan Burnett, Jake Loader Third Row: Ian Penny, Brayden Quinn, Haydn Allen, Dylan Campbell, Ryan Watkins, Sebastion Wellstead, Nicholas Marsh, Thomas Lowndes, Kaleb Matthews, Matthew Sargeant Second Row: Craig Sargeant, (Assistant Coach) Rohan Quinn (Assistant Coach), Joel Temm (Runner), Kade Vlahos, Noah Ivulich, Jack Lazenby, Michael Headland, Simon Cullen, Corey Nelmes, Jack Dalton, Kyran Pethick, Andrew Houareau, Stuart Lowndes (Runner), Ross Jevons (Head Coach) First Row: Anthony Spooner, Travis O’Malley, Thomas French

14s Development Squad (July – December) Back Row: Mathew Southall, Ben Reid, Thomas Breeze, Joshua Chapman, Jack Trotman, Jacob Vickers, Lewis Bradley, Jordan Acott Third Row: Levi Jackson, Callan Germain, Kaleb Cockburn, Kane Rigby, Nathan Wilkins, Brandon Patten, Adam Brunton, Josh Dwyer, John Davis Second Row: Michael Cockburn (Assistant Coach), Liam Knight, Bernie Lister, Noah Pegoraro, Cambell Smith, Mason Lawrence, Remy Tobin, Tom Horsley, Trace Ryan (Assistant Coach) First Row: Liam Gamble, Chet Gamble, Daniel Ryan, Bryce Turvey, Ross Jevons (Coach), Nicholas Wells, Jake Davis, Griffin Gamble, Jack Medland Absent: Jeremy Duffy, Stefan Lenzarini, Clayton Bruce-Cherry, Ben Slocum, Kieran Guy, Lloyd Donaldson

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Esperance District Football Association 2011 AWARDS HEPBURN MEDAL – League F&B

F&B Runner Up

Simon Ham Ben Sanford

Ports Esperance

BISHOP MEDAL – Reserves F&B

F & B Runner Up

Scott Stihec Ashley Weckert

Ports Gibson

PADDY RULE MEDAL – A Grade Leading Goal Kicker

Winner Runner Up

Ryan Norris 48 Cale Walker 34

Gibson Ports

TED YOUNG MEDAL – Reserves Leading Goal Kicker

Winner Runner Up

Eddie Dimer 42 Greg Prosser

Ports Gibson

TOM QUINLIVAN MEDAL – Great Southern Carnival

Best Player Coach Umpire of the Year

Jordan Whiting David Rowe Chris Oversby

Gibson

ESPERANCE EDFA AWARD - Footballer of the year

Winner Runner Up

Cameron Wohling Leigh West

Gibson Gibson

Scott Wandell

Gibson

GAME MILE STONES

200 Games

SUBIACO FC AWARDS – Rookie Nominations

Ports Gibson Newtown Condingup Esperance

Graeme Thomas Cameron Wohling Jordan Florisson Chris Harding

2011 Rookie of the Year

Winner

Cameron Wohling

Gibson

Darren Rumble & Abe Davey at Coaching Clinic in Esperance

Goldfields Football League 2011 Awards MITCHELL MEDAL – League F&B

F&B Runner Up

Brodie Peterson Ryan Booy

Railways Railways

DON JONES MEDAL – Reserves F&B

F&B

Adrian Hooks

Boulder

LEN STOKES AWARD – Colts F&B

F&B

Ashley Grove

Railways

LEADING GOAL KICKERS

League Reserves Colts

Kody Kelman 63 Railways Mat Gow 52 Boulder Mitch Sheppard 40 Kalgoorlie

Ports - 2011 EDFA Premiers

Graeme Thomas SFC PP Awards

FYSON MEDAL - Landmark Carnival & Grand Final F&B

Landmark Grand Final

Mark Leyssenaar Rhett Foster

Kalgoorlie Railways

IAN CLARK MEDAL – Reserves Grand Final F&B

Winner

Ashley Robinson

Railways

CJ WILSON MEDAL – Colts Grand Final F&B

Winner Rover

Joe Scafidi

Mines

Railways - 2011 GFL Premiers

MACGREGOR MEDAL – Gt Southern Carnival

Winner Rover

Jordan Delbridge

Mines

SUBIACO FC AWARDS – Rookie Nominations

Boulder Kalgoorlie Kambalda Mines Rovers Railways

Jack Martin Dylan Clarke Karl Steinhauser Jordan Delbridge Ashley Grove

2011 Rookie of the Year

Winner

Dylan Clarke

Kalgoorlie

Joseph Scafidi

Mines

JUNIOR F&B WINNERS

16’s Rover 14’s Landmark Allstars Gt Southern Allstars

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Thomas Breeze Boulder Mark Leyssenaar Dylan Titchener, Cale Delbridge, Chad MacDonald, Dylan Clarke

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Brodie Peterson, GFL Mitchell Medalist

Simon Ham, EDFA Hepburn Medalist


SFC LIONS PAST PLAYERS & SUPPORTERS ASSOCIATION REPORT Our association has had another very successful year hosting 12 half time functions and a quiz night. We have continued with our sponsorship of our Reserves at our half time functions. A highlight of the year was our SFC PPASA hosting the State Schoolboys Jumper Presentation. The night was a great success with over three hundred people attending. We again travelled to Esperance to support the Esperance District Football Association and attended their grand final day. Presentations were made on behalf of the Club and the SFC PPASA to all five grades (14s/16s/Colts/Reserves/League). The U16s F&B medal was won by Sharn Campbell and the SFC PPASA Gold Medallion for the best young player in the league grand final went to Graeme Thomas. In 2012 season we have committed to donating the F&B medal and shield to EDFA district colts. We now have a new doorway from the alfresco area into our function room. Thank you to Michael Hoskins of AE Hoskins & Sons for donating this doorway. I am sure that this will help us to enlist more members into our association.

All members of SFC are entitled to join as we are now a supporters coterie. Our members are entitled to free entry to our half time functions, we supply free food and a beverages. We entertain our reserves team, make presentations to their best players and we also entertain members of the visiting club’s past players and reserves team. Neil Randall has been one of the best Presidents this club has had in my fifty years with the club. He is a true Subiaco man and it will be sad to see him step down. Thank you Neil for your support of our Association over these past seven years. I thank the people who donate the food for our half time functions at their own cost , the workers who help put these functions together at each home game. I would also like to thank all of the board members , Peter Capes and his staff for their help. Our AGM will be held at the SFC social club on the 22nd of January 2012 at 10.30am. Please come and join us with a barbecue and drinks following the meeting. In conclusion I would like to wish everyone a Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. Arthur Cochrane President

GOLDS REPORT In my first year as President I am pleased to report a productive year for Subiaco Golds. Many thanks must go to Keith Stone, our past President for his assistance and guidance during the year. We welcomed 5 new members during 2011.

My thanks go to President Neil Randell, CEO Peter Capes, Football Manager Luke Sanders and the Office Staff, especially Brooke Edwards for their help. Special thanks to Kevan Sparks and his offsider Paul for their help at each of our monthly meetings and also to Chic Jackman our BBQ Specialist for his great work.

Congratulations to our Club Coach and his able assistants, and the players for their efforts in reaching the Grand Final.

Golds player of the month voting resulted in Jason Bristow winning twice with Kyal Horsley, Michael Rix and Danny Hughes being the other winners. The Golds Player of the Year was Kyal Horsley.

We had a varied array of speakers during the year including our Club President Neil Randell, Past Player and Life Member Rod Willet, retiring player Chad Cossom and the Mayor of the City of Vincent, Alannah MacTiernan. Club Director Basil Fuller provided a great night in October with a Quiz on Golds and Subiaco Football Club.

Golds donated a Pilates Reformer to the players’ rooms this year to assist in any rehabilitation, achieveb by our fundraising. Lotto Super numbers is our major fund raiser and to all who supported this our grateful thanks. Thanks also to Ron Tester who ran our Melbourne Cup BBQ night and to all those members who donated prizes for our Dinner Meetings.

Golds assisted with the BBQ at SFC’s Junior Holiday Clinic and Auskick Gala Day. In September 8 members travelled to Kalgoorlie for the GFL’s grand finals and we presented the Subiaco Golds Medal for our Best Player in the League grand final to Ryan Booy.

During the year we lost long time member and Treasurer Ken Hamer. We were saddened by his passing. 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. Ross Lockhart President

LADIES FORUM REPORT It has been a great year both on and off the ground. Congratulations to the Colts and League teams, well done. For the Ladies Forum it has been a mixed year and although we are a small group we have done well. Together with the Golds we have had interesting guest speakers and meeting nights are a good chance to mix and chat. Our main fundraising efforts were our cake stall, chocolate drives and our home game raffles. Thanks to all who helped. Afternoon teas continue to be successful and a big

thank you is due to Elaine for her goodies. Thank you Elaine. As we are a small group, the Ladies Forum are always looking to welcome new members. We are a friendly group working to assist with the Colts with things they require. Please contact me about joining us. I wish to thank the committee and members for filling in while I was ill this year, it was much appreciated. In closing I wish all members, Board of Directors and staff a safe and happy Christmas and New Year. See you next season Laura Stafford President

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Jeff Smith, Arthur Livingstone, Chic Jackman, Clyde Goddard, Ray Cornford, Keith Stone, Gerry Stokes, Basil Fuller & Mick Bailey

Five New Life Members Inducted

Basil Fuller & Mick Bailey

Since the foundation of the Club in 1896 there have been 164 Stalwarts who have been bestowed with the highest honour afforded. Regrettably 71 have passed on leaving 93 as the current custodians of the proud and rich traditions that have been inherent to the Subiaco Football Club.In keeping with tradition five new Life members were formally inducted into this prestigious group at the 2011 annual dinner. Life Member Phil Lamb did a wonderful job as MC and introduced Keith STONE

Keith has been a member of the Golds Coterie Group for over 20 years and he was the Golds President for 10 years. For the past 8 years he has also been a member of the Tuesday Response Group, who are at the Club every week and carry out all sorts of maintenance in installation work, something that Keith excels at.

Fred Davenport, Austin Robertson, Haydn Bunton & Ken McAullay

the five inductees, and in response each spoke with emotion and passion about their love of the club and the honour that life membership is to them. After the inductions the life members were entertained by a very colourful and entertaining guest speaker in Ken McAullay. Ken included with his anecdotes his admiration for numerous Subiaco people and life members he had been involved with throughout his career. Details on the new inductees are as follows: Luke NEWICK

Newick originated from the Northern Districts JFC. He has been an outstanding player at Subiaco over the last decade and could well be described the best WAFL ruckman of that time. Newickhad to do a long apprenticeship at Subiaco, playing in 3 reserves premiership to go with his 150 games, four league premierships and four appearances for WA .

Frits VANIRSEN

Frits started as a member of the Colts support staff from 1992 and since that time he has been statistician, interchange steward, timekeeper, assistant team manager and he has filled in as team manager on numerous occasions. Frits has also carried out numerous roles at the Karrinyup JFC and North Suburban Junior Football League for over 30 years and he was the inaugural chairman of Subiaco’s new district football council for 2 years. Frits’ company Freeway Screens has been a sponsor of the Club for many years.

Aidan PARKER

The Carine JFC recruit made his debut with Subiaco back in 2001 before spending two years on Adelaide’s rookielist. Incredibly Parker has not missed a game since returning to the Lions in 2005 and he now has played over 150 games consecutively. He has held the position of club captain for the past 3 years, has played 3 premierships in 2006, 07 and 08 and he has also represented Western Australia four times.

Ben KEEVERS

2011 was Ben’s 12th season of league football. The Sorrento-Duncraig JFC product was a Initially and wingman/half forward and later developed into one of the premier defenders in the WAFL competition. Along the way Keevers has completed 150 games, accumulated 3 premiership medallions (2004,06 & 07), 3 state games (2006,08,09), and he was 3rd in the F&B in 2009.

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LEAGUE 2011 Name

Games

F&B Votes

SFC Games

WAFL Games

Kicks

HBs

Poss

Ave Poss

Marks

HOs

FF

FA

Goals

Bhnds

2

0

66

66

18

6

24

12

12

0

0

2

0

0 18

Jordan ADAMSONHOLMES Jack ANTHONY

13

14

13

13

103

42

145

11

39

4

12

13

27

Reece BLECHYNDEN

20

21

38

38

228

103

331

17

70

2

14

15

12

7

Kane BLOXSIDGE

23

29

23

87

272

156

428

19

115

1

20

8

6

1

Jason BRISTOW

23

117

59

59

341

220

561

24

112

5

32

20

10

5

Blake BROADHURST

22

52

123

123

231

76

307

14

62

0

30

15

73

42 13

Adam COCKIE

18

23

63

63

190

140

330

18

43

10

14

40

12

Chad COSSOM

8

0

214

214

59

32

91

11

27

0

2

9

5

0

Ryan CROWLEY

1

0

42

42

13

11

24

24

6

2

1

2

1

0

Abe DAVEY

14

0

17

17

69

58

127

9

25

0

9

6

1

0

Scott DOUGLAS

3

0

12

16

14

14

28

9

4

80

1

1

0

0

Jordan EADES

2

1

2

6

11

5

16

8

4

0

0

0

4

2

Robert FORREST

15

8

80

80

133

84

217

14

57

2

14

8

1

0

George HAMPSON

4

7

4

4

32

26

58

15

11

0

2

1

4

1

Patrick HASSETT

23

41

43

43

282

131

413

18

92

9

24

22

9

10

Desmond HEADLAND

9

4

34

34

112

37

149

17

29

6

9

12

7

13

Shaun HILDEBRANDT

23

30

118

178

336

170

506

22

146

0

20

17

9

10

Kyal HORSLEY

23

193

91

91

364

190

554

24

75

2

17

6

13

15

Danny HUGHES

23

75

23

23

317

92

409

18

171

4

21

9

33

26

Justin JOYCE

6

5

6

6

56

29

85

14

22

0

3

3

4

3

Ben KEEVERS

12

14

163

163

113

53

166

14

30

0

6

9

2

2 18

Rhett KERR

23

60

47

47

248

140

388

17

93

0

22

13

30

Rowen MCDONNELL

8

3

8

8

81

47

128

16

40

0

2

4

6

4

Rory MULLER

5

2

18

18

36

28

64

13

13

0

2

4

1

2 0

Aidan PARKER

23

44

191

191

287

131

418

18

132

66

13

16

3

Christopher PHELAN

22

35

48

48

248

135

383

17

66

2

12

12

7

3

Allistair PICKETT

19

24

180

205

138

91

229

12

22

0

20

10

26

13

Ben RANDALL

18

54

117

117

197

107

304

17

68

2

16

11

0

0

Michael RIX

19

93

51

51

82

148

230

12

54

716

41

33

5

2

Darren RUMBLE

23

45

162

162

171

88

259

11

62

2

19

31

0

0

Ryan SHEEHAN

1

0

4

4

7

2

9

9

3

0

0

1

0

0

Bradley STEVENSON

17

6

20

20

111

75

186

11

58

22

11

7

14

5

Ryan WADE

1

0

1

1

9

5

14

14

3

0

0

0

2

0

Scott WARD

2

0

2

2

12

4

16

8

4

1

0

1

0

0

Rhys WATERS

4

0

4

4

37

21

58

15

10

0

3

0

3

3

Clancy WHEELER

15

32

15

15

120

86

206

14

61

88

13

10

9

10

SCOTT WORTHINGTON

19

3

32

32

131

126

257

14

61

4

10

8

3

2

Sandover Medal Tally

Prendergast Medal Tally

Jack Clarke Medal Tally

Kyal HORSLEY 33

George HAMPSON 13

Rhys WATERS 26

Adam COCKIE 22

Marcus HOTTES 13

Myles SMYTHE 25

Michael RIX 22

Sonny DANN 10

Joel ASHMAN 20

Jason BRISTOW 20

Gavin ARMSTRONG 10

Luke NORRISS 16

Blake BROADHURST 14

Rhonen MAHER 7

Kobie SOMERS 10

Rhett KERR 10

Scott DOUGLAS 6

Allan JONES 9

Shaun HILDEBRANDT 9

Scott WORTHINGTON 6

Christian BOTTECHIA 8

Christopher PHELAN 8

Scott WARD 5

Mitchell DE BOER 7

Ben RANDALL 6

Abe DAVEY 4

James GARCIA 7

Danny HUGHES 6

Robert FORREST 4

Ross YOUNG 7

Reece BLECHYNDEN 6

Clayton HINKLEY 4

Cameron SMITH 6

Allistair PICKETT 5

Chris POCKLINGTON 4

Brett WHITING 5

Patrick HASSETT 4

Kyle CRANLEY 4

Dylan ELLIOTT 4

Jack ANTHONY 4

Reece BLECHYNDEN 3

Simon MOORE 4

Jordan EADES 3

Bradley KEAST 3

Brett LOFTHOUSE 1

Aidan PARKER 3

Alliston PICKETT 3

Kevin RENEHAN 1

Darren RUMBLE 2

Ryan SHEEHAN 3

Robert FORREST 1

Bradley STEVENSON 3

Rhys WATERS 1

Ryan WADE 3 Clancy WHEELER 3 Luke NORRISS 2 Adam COCKIE 1 Jordan EADES 1

Rob Forrest

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Reserves 2011 Name

2011 Games

Colts 2011 2011 Goals

2011 F&B Votes

2011 Games

Name

2011 Goals

2011 F&B Votes

ADAMSON-HOLMES Jordan

3

4

5

ARMITAGE Jesse

1

0

0

ARMSTRONG Gavin

8

9

36

ASHMAN Joel

19

1

68

BELLINI Mark

1

0

0

BERRYMAN Stuart

17

1

57

BERRYMAN Stuart

3

1

16

BOGENSPERGER Matthew

21

1

16

BLECHYNDEN Reece

2

1

12

BORMOLINI Alex

2

1

2

BOGENSPERGER Matthew

1

0

0

BOTTECCHIA Christian

16

9

62

COCKIE Adam

1

1

0

CALLADINE Brandon

11

7

9

CRANLEY Kyle

9

7

0

CLARKE Dylan

2

0

1

CULLEN Mathew

20

1

46

COX Tom

1

0

0

DANN Sonny

13

4

11

DE BOER Mitchell

18

3

17 25

DAVEY Abe

9

2

73

DELUCA CARDILLO Chris

6

12

DE BOER Mitchell

1

0

1

DJULBIC Bryn

2

0

0

DIAMOND Andrew

17

3

6

ELLIOTT Dylan

19

2

27

DOUGLAS Scott

16

12

34

GARCIA James

16

22

79

EADES Jordan

1

4

12

HALL Lachlan

19

0

14

FAULKS Peter

1

0

0

HALLIGAN Kyle

2

0

0

FORREST Robert

2

2

15

HARVIE Mitchell

5

1

17

GREEN Brodie

15

7

7

HIGGINS Kienan

2

0

0

HAMPSON George

17

25

92

HORTON-FRENCH Joshua

2

0

0 151

HANSEN Curtis

10

7

1

HOSKINS Craig

20

10

HAY Nick

9

3

0

JONES Allan

16

15

11

HINKLEY Clayton

1

0

0

JOYCE Justin

13

7

124

HOSKINS Craig

2

2

8

KYRIAKACIS Nicholas

2

0

0

HOTTES Marcus

6

5

42

LE FANU Charles

20

7

40 52

HUNT Josh

16

2

23

LOFTHOUSE Brett

12

0

IRONMONGER Rhys

1

1

0

MAHER Haydn

1

1

0

JOHNS Matthew

7

3

10

MCQUIGGIN Callum

11

0

10

JONES Allan

2

2

1

MELVIN Edward

11

0

14

KEAST Bradley

9

1

3

MOORE Simon

21

9

104 31

KEENE Tyson

13

1

0

NORRISS Luke

14

7

KEEVERS Ben

4

4

0

O’REGAN Kieran

3

0

0

LAWRENCE Sean

2

0

0

PICKETT Alliston

2

6

14

LEE James

9

5

27

RENEHAN Kevin

3

7

2

LOFTHOUSE Brett

2

0

3

ROBINSON Jake

18

16

52

MAHER Rhonen

20

10

21

SMITH Cameron

13

2

0

MARTIN Seva

9

4

0

SMYTHE Myles

20

20

88

MARTIN Stephen

3

0

13

SOMERS Kobie

20

1

44

MCDONNELL Rowen

5

7

22

STEINHAUSER Karl

3

0

O

MULLER Rory

8

5

32

STUBBS Norman

4

3

8

MURRAY Clay

11

1

0

TURNER Matthew

4

0

0

NORRISS Luke

3

1

20

TURNER Sam

8

2

0

PICKETT Alliston

12

12

3

WATERS Rhys

11

26

67 53

PISANO Jarrad

5

0

0

WHITING Brett

21

30

POCKLINGTON Christian

11

6

4

WOOD Michael

1

1

0

PROTT Morgan

3

0

0

YORK Brady

11

0

7

YOUNG Ross

20

43

42

RE Marc

2

1

3

RICHARDS Todd

1

0

0

SELLS Josh

17

5

32

SHEEHAN Ryan

13

2

12

SMITH Martin

3

3

2

SMYTHE Myles

2

1

5

STEINHAUSER Karl

2

0

0

STEVENSON Bradley

5

10

17 42

SYMONDS Luke

15

2

THOMPSON Darcy

6

6

9

TURNER Sam

2

0

0

WADE Ryan

19

11

66

WARD Scott

18

4

45 36

WHEELER Clancy

7

5

WILLIAMS Harry

1

0

0

WORTHINGTON Scott

3

4

32

YORK Brady

1

0

0

YOUNG Ross

1

0

0

Tyson Keene

Ryan Wade

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Subiaco Football Club Honour Roll 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

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

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

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

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

1920 W STEELE 1921 T OUTRIDGE 1922 T OUTRIDGE 1923 J HAMILTON 1924 J HAMILTON 1925 W BROPHY 1926 J LEONARD 1927 J LEONARD 1928 J LEONARD 1929 J LEONARD 1930 J LEONARD 1931 W FAUL 1932 S DAILY/P MACKAY 1933 G SMITH 1934 G SMITH/J BOWE 1935 L DAILY 1936 L DAILY 1937 L DAILY 1938 H BUNTON SNR 1939 H BUNTON SNR 1940 L HARDIMAN 1941 H BUNTON SNR 1942 T PRESTON/W BONE 1943 M BECKHAM 1944 M BECKHAM 1945 L HICKEY 1946 F WILLIAMS 1947 W ALDERMAN 1948 A HOWE 1949 C DAVEY 1950 N ALTHORPE 1951 D CARTER 1952 J SMITH 1953 D CARTER 1954 D CARTER 1955 P AMARANTI 1956 C TYSON 1957 D GLASS 1958 T ROBBINS 1959 D GLASS 1960 L KETTLEWELL 1961 T ROBBINS 1962 L KETTLEWELL 1963 W MARTIN 1964 W MARTIN 1965 A ROBERTSON 1966 R GOSDEN 1967 C BLAKEMORE 1968 A ROBERTSON 1969 C BLAKEMORE 1970 C BLAKEMORE 1971 K WATT 1972 B SIERAKOWSKI 1973 M FITZPATRICK 1974 M FITZPATRICK 1975 P BURTON 1976 N RANDALL 1977 P FEATHERBY 1978 P FEATHERBY 1979 A HAMILTON 1980 A HAMILTON 1981 N TAYLOR 1982 D LAMB 1983 N TAYLOR 1984 D LAMB 1985 D LAMB 1986 L KEENE 1987 G WILKINSON 1988 B TAYLOR 1989 B MC DOUGALL 1990 D HAMPSON 1991 A MACNISH 1992 P SCOTT 1993 R WILLETT 1994 I DARGIE 1995 A DONNELLY 1996 N O’CONNOR 1997 D HAMPSON 1998 T RIDLEY 1999 N O’CONNOR 2000 M SYMONS 2001 R MALONEY 2002 D LUCAS 2003 M WEBB 2004 A PICKETT 2005 M PRIDDIS 2006 M HAYNES 2007 B SMITH 2008 G BROUGHTON 2009 S HILDEBRANDT 2010 B BROADHURST 2011 K HORSLEY

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Subiaco Football Club Honour Roll RESERVES F&B 1954 L DAV IS 1955 R CORNFORD 1956 J SAUNDERS 1957 M SOMERFORD 1958 G WOODHOUSE 1959 N FLIN 1960 S PERIS 1961 I SHORTLAND -JONES 1962 L BOYCE 1963 D MURAY 1964 P FAREL 1965 T WRIGHT 1966 B PATERSON 1967 S HEAL 1968 I CUNINGHAM 1969 B JOYCE 1970 R KITCHIN 1971 G BUSHEL 1972 L BOHEMEN 1973 R HEWIT 1974 W WILIAMS 1975 T CONOLY 1976 D ROBINSON 1977 G RICHARDSON 1978 W LOXLEY 1979 B TAYLOR 1980 P LAMB 1981 K MARSHAL 1982 P WILSON 1983 L LIDELOW 1984 P ROS 1985 I PUT 1986 M LEE 1987 M MORT 1988 J BEL 1989 A SLADE 1990 M SLADE 1991 D LANGDON 1992 M TEEUWISEN 1993 M TEEUWISEN 1994 J CONEL 1995 J LANGER 1996 R THOMPSON 1997 C RICHARDSON 1998 M ATTARD 1999 B CHAMBERS 2000 A PARSONS 2001 S MCMANUS 2002 J CAMPBEL 2003 C HOOD 2004 B BROADHURST 2005 R FOREST 2006 T MCKENA 2007 C MOORES 2008 J JACOBS 2009 A DAVEY /S WARD 2010 T VINEY 2011 G HAMPSON

COLTS F&B

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

Ian Dargie 2011 Ball Legend

LEADING GOAL KICKERS

LIFE MEMBERS

LIFE MEMBERS

DIEHARDS

DIEHARDS

1912 H LIMB* 45 1913 H LIMB* 40 1920 RP RODRIGUEZ* 36 1926 RP RODRIGUEZ* 52 1927 L METHERAL 49 1928 A NISEN 54 1929 A NISEN 57 1930 G SMITH 30 1931 S DAILEY 44 1932 H BANCROFT 58 1933 A NISEN 53 1934 J JENINGS 92 1935 J JENINGS 93 1936 J JENINGS 52 1937 L MILS 36 1938 H BUNTON 51 1939 H BUNTON 59 1940 H BUNTON 34 1941 H BUNTON 46 1942 J HETHERINGTON 67 1943 E TONKINSON 59 1944 E TONKINSON 71 1945 J COOPER 43 1946 F WILIAMS 22 1947 W RALPH 27 1948 J SMITH 34 1949 R LINDSAY 30 1950 R LINDSAY 30 1951 E HAGDORN 27 1952 J SMITH 27 1953 C DAVEY 23 T BUGINS 23 1954 A WHITE 27 1955 W DENTON 33 1956 D GLASS 52 1957 D GLASS* 83 1958 D GLASS 49 1959 R HAMPSON 60 1960 R HAMPSON 61 1961 R HAMPSON 50 1962 A ROBERTSON* 89 1963 A ROBERTSON 79 1964 A ROBERTSON* 94 1965 A ROBERTSON* 108 1966 K MERIFIELD 27 1967 A ROBERTSON 104 1968 A ROBERTSON* 162 (AUSTRALIAN RECORD) 1969 A ROBERTSON* 114 1970 A ROBERTSON 116 1971 A ROBERTSON* 111 1972 A ROBERTSON* 98 1973 A ROBERTSON 77 1974 A ROBERTSON 59 1975 N RANDALL 43 1976 G FATHERS 35 1977 G FATHERS 84 1978 M MALONE 54 1979 G SCHULTZ 38 1980 P MUNRO 61 1981 G BUCKENARA 42 1982 B TAYLOR 34 1983 C BROWN 59 1984 C BROWN 54 1985 L KEENE 78 1986 S SELLS 74 1987 T BREMAN* 111 1988 T BREMAN* 77 1989 B HEADY 35 1990 W GOLDING 38 1991 T BREMAN 55 1992 R WILET 43 1993 J HEATLEY* 111 1994 J HEATLEY 81 1995 J HEATLEY* 123 1996 J HEATLEY 55 1997 T BREMAN 43 1998 T RIDLEY* 73 1999 T RIDLEY 45 2000 B SMITH 33 2001 B KNIGHTS 38 2002 L TOIA 23 2003 B SMITH* 84 2004 B SMITH* 109 2005 L OAKLEY* 83 2006 D MAPLESTON 57 2007 B SMITH* 126 2008 B SMITH* 110 2009 T DENNIS-LANE 66 2010 B BROADHURST 56 2011 B BROADHURST* 73 * Denotes W.A.F.L. Leading Goalkickers

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 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

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

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

2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010 LEGEND STATUS 2010

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)

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

A GREEN B ORR (P-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) D KEMP L KETTLEWELL C TYSON (SF-SU) P FEATHERBY P SPENCER (EP-SU) R TUCKER (Pth-SU) D LAMB

T NISBETT W LOXLEY J LIND A MCBEAN L SANDERS

H BUNTON JNR (SD-SU)

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GAMES PLAYED 1901-1911 ABBOTT R (1954) 4 ABRAHALL C (1942-43) 15 ADAMS (1916) 1 ADAMS E (1961-1962) 3 ADAMSON-HOLMES J (2006- ) 66 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-) 13 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 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 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

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BENNETT P (1982) 1 BENNETT T (1999-02) 40 BENSON F (1904) 7 BERESFORD L (1937-41) 25 BESSEN M (1937) 16 BESSEN S (1949) 14 BESTER A (1995-98) 22 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-) 38 BLIGHT M (1948) 4 BLOOMFIELD R (1950) 2 BLOXSIDGE K (2011-) 23 BLURTON G (1918) 6 BOAS T (1901,08) 9 BOEKEMAN W (1958) 14 BOHEEMEN L (1972) 3 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 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 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 -) 59 BROADHURST B (2004 -) 123 BROMLEY (1901) 1 BROOMHALL G (1932) 1 BROPHY W (1922-33,39-40) 168 BROPHY F (1927-34,36-37) 123 BROUGHTON G (2005-) 76 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 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) 8 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 G (1975-78) 33 CLARK D (2001-03) 27 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-) 63 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

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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 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 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 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 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-) 17 DAVID (1902) 5 DAVIDSON A (1910) 4 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 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 DELAMERE G (1905-06) 26 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) DOUGLAS S (2009-) DOWNER (1905) DOWNEY W (1916) DOYLE T (1943) DUAN A (1945) DUDA A (1980) DUFALL S (1916) DUFFY K (1942,47-48) DUNNE W (1983) DUNSTAN (1904) DUNSTAN J (1963) DURNTHALER G (1979-80) DYKES M (1969) EADES J (2011-) EAKINS P (1966-69,73) EARLE E (1922) EARNSHAW A (1953) EATON (1941) EDDY W (1919,21-24) EDMONDSON B (1927-29) EDMONDSON J (1933-34,37-38,40) EDWARDS W (1901-02,05-06) EDWARDS F (1906) EDWARDS P (1906) EDWARDS H (1925-26) EDWARDS P (1998) EIFFLER W (1943-44) ELKINGTON L (2002) ELLIOTT J (1929) ELLIS J (1920) ELLIS P (1972,74-79) EMERY (1903) ENDERS C (2009) ETHERIDGE N (1945) ETTRIDGE B (1992) EUSTACE D (1943-45) EVANS (1906) EVANS C (1941) EVANS E (1941) EVANS R (1991) EXELL F (1941,46-50) FACEY W (1907) FAIRCLOUGH H (1917-18,22) FAIRCLOUGH M (1983) FAITHFULL P (1971) FANCOTE P (1964-66) FARQUHAR A (1924-25) FARRELL P (1961,63-66) FARRELL J (1962-67) FARRELL B (1966) FARRINGTON (1901) FATHERS G (1975-77) FAUL W (1929-31) FEATHERBY J (1996) FEATHERBY N (2000-03) FEATHERBY P (1970-74,77-79,84-88) FEE G (1977,80) FELTON F (1930,33) FENNELL (1903) FENNER H (1944,47,49-52) FERGIE R (1908-09) FERGUSON R (1936) FERRIS (1901) FIELD R (1988) FIELDER T (1933) FILEAR A (1928) FILLMORE G (1906-07) FINCH B (1942-45) FINLAY (1902) FIRTH R (1964-66) FISHER A (1904) FISHER A (1934-39) FITCH R (1929-31) FITZGERALD B (1961-62) FITZPATRICK (1905) FITZPATRICK M (1970-74) FITZSIMMONS (1941) FLEMMING R (1960) FLETCHER D (1982) FLETCHER C (1998,00-02,07-09) FLINN N (1954-57,59-64) FLOYD T (1984) FLYNN (1916) FOLEY T (1904,06) FOLEY G (1910) FOLLEY E (1909-11) FOOKS F (1904) FORD N (1920-21) FORREST (1906) FORREST D (1999) FORREST R (2005-) FOSTER E (1945) FOSTER R (1950-51) FOTHERINGHAME N (1984) FOWLER R (1958-59) FOX T (1942-44) FRASER D (1906-07) FRAWLEY E (1948) FRENCH (1908)

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FRY (1916) FULLGRABE A (1987) FUSSELL M (1977-81,84) GALLAGHER M (2007) GALLAGHER W (1953) GAMBLE M (1950-54) GARAVANTA B (1966-67) GARDINER (1908) GARDINER C (2002-03) GARMISTON S (1908) GARNAUT G (1989) GAUCI M (1997-98) GELAVIS M (1949-51) GEORGE T (1965) GEORGIADES J (1998-01) GEORGIADES J (1986-88,91-93) GEPP T (1978-82) GERRICK A (1929) GIBBS (1904) GIBSON (1903) GIESE H (1907-08) GIESE (1907) GILBERT N (1911) GILBERT W (1932-33,36-41,45-46) GILCHRIST N (1951-52) GILLIES C (1901-04) GILLIES G (1976) GILMORE W (1916-18) GILMORE S (1982) GIMM F (1949) GLASKIN (1916) GLASS D (1956-62) GLIDDEN N (1952-53,55) GLUCK L (1905-06) GODBER A (1921) GODDEN T (1990-03) GOLDING W (1987-94) GOLDING E (1940) GOOCH S (1994-96,98-00) GOODE W (1901-02) GOODE J (1944) GORDON J (1907) GORTON (1902) GORTON R (1968-72) GOSDEN R (1960-69) GOW P (1964-65) GRAFTON W (1951-53) GRAHAM J (1908-09) GRAHAM W (1909-10) GRAY B (1986) GREEN H (1907-08) GREEN A (1915,19-28) GREENV (1920) GREEN M (1933-37) GREEN N (1953-54) GREEN G (1968) GREEN B (2000) GREENWOOD F (1928) GREENWOOD N (1986) GRENIKE (1902) GRIEVE A (1990-92) GRIFFIN J (1903-07) GRIFFITHS M (1905,07) GRIFFITHS L (1906-08) GRIFFITHS E (1921) GRIGG J (1922-33) GROGAN (1916) GROVER B (1963-64) GROVER A (2000-01, 03-05,10) GRUMLEY C (1995) GUHL A (1921-25) GUILFOYLE (1910) GUILFOYLE (1918) GUMMOW (1901) GUMMOW J (1908) GWYNNE G (1908) HADLEY F (1939-41,45) HAGDORN E (1951) HAGDORN J (1950-1953) HAILWOOD F (1906) HALES P (1971) HALL (1941) HALL G (1943-44,48-49) HALL T (1976-81) HALL C (2006-08) HALL P (1975) HALL J (1978-79) HALLIDAY (1907) HALPIN L (1940-41) HAMBLETON D (1935-40) HAMBLETON G (1971) HAMILTON F (1926-28) HAMILTON A (1979-81) HAMILTON J (1923-24,26-27,30) HAMMOND (1902) HAMMOND G (1917-19) HAMPSON (1907) HAMPSON R (1959-70) HAMPSON D (1989-90,92-99) HAMPSON G (2011-)

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GAMES PLAYED 1901-1911 HAMPSTEAD (1907) 3 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-) 43 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 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 (1998,05-11) 34 HEADY B (1988-90,92,94-96,99) 42 HEAGNEY (1919) 4 HEAL G (1965-67,70-71) 58 HEAL S (1967-77) 138 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 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-) 118 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-) 91 HORTON (1916) 2 HORTON (1903) 6 HORWOOD A (1968) 2 HOSKING A (1907-09) 29 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) HUNT K (1938-40,46) HUNTER C (1989-91) HURDLE B (1941,45) HUTCHESON G (1988-89) HUTCHINSON B (1987-88,90-93) INNES R (1949) IRONMONGER G (1976-78,82-83) IRVINE G (1963) IRVING D (1998-99) JACKMAN C (1979) JACKS R (1967-72) JACKSON J (1906-07) JACKSON E (1910-11) JACKSON D (1954-55) JACKSON M (1977-78) JACOBS (1906) JACOBS J (2009) JAMES R (1960) JAMES B (1962) JAMES W (1952) JARVIS R (1952-59) JASPER R (1970-72,74-75) JEAVONS M (1946-48) JEFFERY G (1993) JENKINS C (1997) JENKINSON N (1959-61) JENNINGS R (1941,46) JENNINGS D (1946-48) JENNINGS M (1988-89) JENNINGS J (1934-38) JOHNS G (1905-07) JOHNS (1941) JOHNS M (1978-83) JOHNSON D (1962) JOHNSON R (1967) JOHNSON C (1998) JOHNSTONE W (1942) JONES L (1901-04,07) JONES T (1901,03) JONES E (1903) JONES H (1944) JONES D (1959) JONES G (1987-89) JONES A (2001,03-04) JONES W (1946) JOYCE B (1969-70) JOYCE L (1971-75) JOYCE J (2011-) JULIAN P (1995) KANE G (1901-03) KEALLEY E (1910) KEAN A (1945) KEARSLEY (1916) KEAST (1941) KEELER D (1990) KEENAN W (1967) KEENE L (1981-88,90,94) KEEVERS B (2000-01,03-11) KELLY A (1921-22) KELLY O (1934-36,41,46) KELLY K (1941,46-47) KELLY R (1942) KELLY S (1944) KELLY G (1982-84) KEMP G (1988-93) KEMP D (1989-91) KENNEDY T (1909-11) KENNEDY W (1921) KENWORTHY S (1963) KERR G (1930) KERR K (1942) KERR R (2009-) KERSHAW E (1943-44,46-50) KETTLEWELL N (1952,54) KETTLEWELL L (1954-62,64-65) KETTLEWELL S (1989-93) KETTLEWELL N (1952-55,57) KEYS C (1995) KEYSER G (1988-90,93-94) KICKETT D (1997) KIELLER (1916) KIERNAN l (1944-45) KING B (1954) KIRK H (1952) KITCHIN R (1967-71) KLOPPER B (1949) KLUVER H (2004) KNIGHTS B (2001) KNIGHTS T (2004-05) LADER (1903) LAGUE B (1954-56) LAING L (1911-16,19-21,23) LAMB P (1976-87) LAMB D (1980-86,89,93-96) LANGDON K (1986-89,91,93-95) LANGDON D (1989-90,92) LANGE T (1996) LANGE A (1996-97) LANGER C (1965-67)

1 20 27 13 15 105 5 34 1 36 12 103 17 18 7 6 1 8 5 5 1 129 47 36 2 1 17 7 12 33 71 19 4 64 1 19 5 1 44 13 2 15 1 54 14 3 7 52 6 6 20 2 1 1 2 1 7 140 163 8 34 45 4 1 24 105 23 32 1 2 7 4 47 89 14 205 15 28 2 57 12 2 6 1 16 57 7 3 18 19 1 35 101 227 190 69 3 4 13 16

LANGER J (1994-95) 11 LANGRIDGE F (1942-44) 13 LANIGAN P (1948) 10 LARKINS S (2001-02,04-08) 74 LAW (1904) 1 LAWRENCE S (1984) 5 LAWSON (1903) 2 LAWSON J (1942,48-49) 26 LAWSON D (1954-57) 73 LEACH Q (1999) 19 LEAHY M (2005-07) 11 LEE (1902) 1 LEE B (1942-44) 17 LEE M (1980-91) 157 LEESON W (1940) 5 LEESON J (1941) 7 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 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 MAFFINA G (1944) 6 MAGUIRE F (1989-91) 34 MAHON M (1929) 8 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 MASCHMEDT J (1950) 9 MASLIN G (1977) 11 MASTERS J (1932) 3 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 McDONNELL R (2011-) 8 McDOUGALL B (1988-90,92) 56

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McDOWALL (1917) McFARLANE S (1994-95,98-99) McFAULL B (1982-83) McGILL (1901) McGILVRAY W (1955-59) McGOWAN S (1993) McGRADE G (1950-56) McHARRY W (1901) McINTOSH N (1991-93) McINTYRE W (1904) McINTYRE F (1939-41,45) McKAY J (2002-03) McKENNA T (2004-06) McKENZIE P (1996-97) McLEOD (1916) McLEOD J (1932,35-36) McMAHON J (1923) McMANUS S (2001,03) McNAMARA E (1920) McNAUGHTON D (1935,38-39) McNAUGHTON C (1996-97) McNEIL C (1961-62) McQUEEN C (1934) McSWEENEY (1902) MEDBURY A (1956-59) MELBOURNE J (1903-04) MELLET K (1945,47) MELVILLE F (1908) MELVILLE V (1980-83) MERIFIELD K (1957-68) MERILLO J (1999) MERRETT G (1966) MERSON F (1932-38) MERTON H (1918) MERVCICH R (1973) METHERELL W (1927-29) METROPOLIS P (1965-73) METROPOLIS D (1991-98,01-03) MIERS D (1981-82) MILENTIS G (1999) MILES S (2006-07) MILLER (1937) MILLER K (1956-57) MILLER C (2002-04) MILLER P (1992-98) MILLS W (1908) MILLS h (1922) MILLS R (1934-40) MILLSON (1906) MINSON T (1914-15) MITCHELL S (2002) MOFFATT (1909) MOHEN P (1992-93) MOIR D (1960) MOLONEY S (1996) MONAGHAN S (1988-90) MONAGHAN W (1986-88,91-97) MONTEATH J (1908) MONTELEONE M (1973-75) MOORE R (1904-05) MOORE B (1942) MOORES C (2005-07) MORGAN H (1910-13,20) MORGAN H (1950) MORIARTY K (1950-52) MORPHESSE R (1941) MORRIS T (1925-26) MORRIS F (1929-30) MORRIS W (1950-51,54) MORT M (1982-83,85-88) MOSS G (1954) MULGRAVE (1906) MULLER R (2009-) MULLINEUX A (1933-34) MUNDY D (1986-87) MUNDY D (2004-) MUNRO W (1919) MUNRO P (1980-81) MURPHY J (1907-08) MURPHY J (1915-22) MURPHY F (1935-37) MURPHY P (1944) MURRAY J (1953) MURRAY D (1961,63) MURRAY J (1980-81) MYSLIS M (1913-14) NALTY C (1906) NANOVICH M (1952) NELMES R (1956-57,59) NELSON E (1912) NELSON V (1933) NELSON D (1978) NELTHORPE C (1960,65) NETHERWAY K (1958-60) NETTLETON M (1999) NEVIN M (1965) NEWICK L (2001-10) NEWTON R (1952) NEWTON R (1958-63) NICHOLAS A (1904)

1 60 22 2 51 2 117 2 11 7 30 15 6 28 1 15 1 8 7 19 3 11 5 3 38 20 5 1 40 212 4 11 93 2 2 45 159 90 21 3 4 1 5 49 104 1 5 109 2 18 6 2 15 9 7 21 158 3 10 18 4 15 82 5 41 5 2 16 26 54 4 1 18 8 3 20 9 33 17 82 53 1 1 5 27 4 8 10 15 16 5 2 4 7 1 1 150 7 98 4

NICHOLLS (1942) 1 NICOSKI M (2002-08,10-) 44 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 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-) 191 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 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 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-) 48 PHILLIPS (1915-16) 5 PHILLIPS D (1933) 10 PHILLIPS H (1964) 3 PHILLIPS D (1966) 4 PICKETT A (2003-11) 180 PICKETT A (2010-) 3 PICKLES R (1944) 1 PIGGOTT D (1987-88) 4

PIGGOTT S (1992) 4 PITCHER R (1999-00) 9 PLEASS G (1905) 1 POLAK A (1950) 4 POLSON G (1981-82) 12 PORRIT (1903) 2 POSA M (1948-49,51-54) 46 POWER G (1932,34) 4 PREEDY G (1915-24) 114 PRESTON (1915) 1 PRESTON R (1942,46-47) 19 PRIDDIS M (2003-) 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-) 117 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-) 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 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

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GAMES PLAYED 1901-1911 ROWE S (1971-72) ROWLANDS (1907) RUBERY J (1940,45) RUDD C (2001-03) RUMBLE D (2003-) RUSHTON (1903) RUSSELL A (1931-32) RUSSELL G (1950-51) RYAN D (1934-35) RYAN O (1938-39) RYAN G (1941,45) RYAN L (1946-48) RYAN M (1946) RYAN S (2002-03) RYAN J (2004-05) SADLER C (1907-09,16) SALT N (1953,55) SAMPSON T (1917-19,21-24) SAMPSON A (1947) SANDERS C (1908) SANDS A (1926) SANDWELL A (1949) SARICH E (1970) SARRE B (1960-69) SARRE J (1962-69) SAUNDERS J (1955-56) SAUNDERS K (2001) SAVAGE n (1978-79) SAXBY (1905) SCADDAN J (1911-15,17) SCADDAN R (1920) SCADDAN S (1921-27) SCAHILL A (1930) SCAPIN K (1954) SCHMIDT J (1990) SCHOFIELD A (1916,18) SCHOFIELD J (1993-98,05-08) SCHULTZ G (1975-81) SCOTT (1902) SCOTT (1906) SCOTT J (1919,23-24) SCOTT L (1941) SCOTT P (1982-87,91-92) SCOTT A (2010) SCREAIGH M (1959-63) SCREAIGH J (1956,58) SCREECH K (1975-78,80) SEABROOK M (1954-56) SEARLE F (1945-48) SELLS S (1984-86) SEXTON F (1919-26) SEYMOUR (1905) SHADDICK R (1966) SHARP H (2000) SHAW M (2002) SHAWCROSS J (1995-00) SHEA K (1938-39) SHEAN W (1967-68) SHEARER A (1952-53) SHEARER M (1976)

4 1 3 19 162 1 27 26 26 10 12 55 12 35 12 28 7 58 4 16 1 2 14 172 81 5 2 10 1 57 4 85 6 3 7 5 114 89 7 1 26 7 110 5 87 18 53 10 68 57 89 5 7 10 5 87 37 4 19 2

SHEARER C (1998) 7 SHEEHAN (1906) 1 SHEEHAN R (2010-) 4 SHELDON M (1981-83) 36 SHEPHEARD A (1973-76) 54 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 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)- 50 SMITH R (2010) 1 SMYTHE (1916) 1 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 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) 20 STEWART M (1933) 7 STEWART C (1944) 16 STEWART K (1948) 1 STEWART D (1963) 5 STEWART M (1979) 1 STEWART G (1983) 1 STILES J (1916-18) 35 STOCKDALE r (2001,04) 6 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 SWANN F (1901-04) 44 SWANN C (1972-73) 8 SWEET J (1950-51) 41 SWITSUR W (1935-36) 6 SYMONDS 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 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 VERYARD C (1921-22) 4 VINCENT G (1967) 7 VINES P (2002-05) 45

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VINEY T (2010) VIRGO G (1941) VIRGO M (2007-08) VOOLES G (1966) WADE R (2011-) WALDING (1903) WALKER A (1980-81) WALKER B (2004-05) WALL G (1904) WALLEY C (1967) WALLISH (1903-04) WALLWORK P (1984-85) WALSH C (1954) WALTERS R (1920,22-23) WALTON (1906) WARD C (1902-10) WARD H (1906-07) WARD S (2011-) WARMAN T (1908) WARNER B (1982-87) WARREN S (1937-38) WATERS J (1989) WATERS R (2011-) WATKINS R (1965-67) WATSON J (2009) WATT K (1970-73,78) WATTERSON R (1948-50) WEBB J (1922) WEBB M (2002-10) WEBSTER (1903) WEILAND R (1923-31,33,35,37-38,40)102 WESCOMBE S (2004-05) WEST B (1955) WESTERN H (1954) WESTERN J (1984,86-87) WESTON H (1911-14) WHATELEY K (1944) WHEELER C (2011-) WHELAN (1905) WHITBY S (2001) WHITE (1904) WHITE A (1953-61) WHITE M (1990-92,94) WHITE S (2009-) WHITFIELD (1915-16,18) WILDY C (1901-02,07-08) WILDY H (1903-05) WILDY F (1905-06) WILDY C (1907-09) WILKINS J (1938) WILKINSON A (1940,45-46) WILKINSON D (1965) WILKINSON G (1983-88) WILLET R (1984-95) WILLIAMS J (1938) WILLIAMS F (1939-41,46-50) WILLIAMS J (1948-49) WILLIAMS G (1949) WILLIAMS T (1956-59,61-64,66) WILLIAMS M (1957-58)

1 1 6 2 1 1 6 30 10 6 8 5 14 21 1 111 17 2 1 55 17 1 4 8 5 71 35 4 175 3 9 1 14 16 25 11 15 3 4 2 136 44 19 4 21 28 21 32 5 29 7 112 188 7 122 10 1 127 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 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 WOODS F (1924) 7 WOOLHOUSE (1916) 2 WORTHINGTON S (2010-) 32 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 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 (11) 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 RUNNERS UP (13): 1925, 1926, 1931, 1933, 1935, 1959, 1985, 1987, 1991, 1995, 2003, 2009, 2011. GRAND FINALS (24) 1912, 1913, 1915, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1931, 1933, 1935, 1959, 1973, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1995, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011. FINALS (50) 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. LONGEST PREMIERSHIP DROUGHT 49 years (1924-1973) SUCCESSIVE FINALS 12 (1998-2009) SUCCESSIVE GRAND FINALS 4 (1985-1988) & (2006-2009) HIGHEST CLUB SCORE 29.33.207 vs Peel Thunder 3.5.23 (2008) 33.9. 207 vs Sth Fremantle 21.18. 144 (2010) LOWEST CLUB SCORE 0.0 v South Fremantle 4.8.32 (1906)

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RESERVES PREMIERS (13) 1958, 1959, 1969, 1972, 1984, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007. THIRDS, COLTS, UNDER 19’S (2) 1974, 1989. FOURTHS PREMIERS (1) 1970. R.P. RODRIGUEZ SHIELD (8) 1970, 1973, 1986, 1995, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008. 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) 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)

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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 MOST GOALS IN A MATCH 15 A Robertson v East Fremantle 31.6.68. 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) LONG SERVICE PLAYERS (SFC Records) Neil Taylor (1975-1989) 260 games Colin Williams (1963-1976) 252 Austin Robertson (1962-1974) 251 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


Draftees

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 Limb Bill Loughridge

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

Arthur Green Joe Bushell Joe Murphy Harry Bushell Syd Bell W. Willis

AFL Club

AFL Games This Club

Subiaco Games (Total)

1987

Laurie Keene Dwayne Lamb Phil Scott Andrew Macnish Mark Zanotti Glen O’Laughlin Warren Dean

WCE WCE WCE WCE WCE WCE Melb

36 151 66 20 36 1 32

140 191 110 195 60 75 82

1988

Karl Langdon Todd Breman John Georgiades Ian Dargie Mark Zanotti

WCE WCE Foot St K Bris

100 23 15 11 64

69 151 103 131 60

Brett Heady Deam Kemp

WCE WCE

156 243

42 22

#

Warren Dean Mitchell White Matthew Burton Brett Hutchison Damian Hampson Ian Dargie

WCE WCE WCE WCE Carl WCE

0 151 0 0 0 1

82 44 113 105 169 131

#

Daniel Metropolis Matthew Connell Steven Davies Michael Symons Jamie Billington Jay Burton Todd Breman

WCE WCE WCE Ess Ess Rich Rich

108 3 0 109 0 0 25

90 93 35 41 40 27 151

# #

Drew Banfield Travis Burton Jarrad Schofield Tony Godden Chris Batka Paul Ridley Scott Thomson David Sierakowski Andrew Donnelly Andrew Macnish Damian Hampson

WCE WCE WCE WCE Coll Coll Coll St K Syd Geel WCE

265 0 63 13 0 0 0 93 0 3 6

29 23 114 145 19 39 74 25 84 195 169

Jason Heatley Mark Zanotti Paul Ridley Ryan Humphreys

WCE Fitz Melb Syd

3 57 0 0

73 60 39 1

# #

Luke Toia Shane Parker Matthew Burton Jay Burton Scott Gooch Sam McFarlane Matthew Connell Scott Thomson

FFC FFC FFC FFC FFC FFC Adel WCE

63 238 70 2 0 0 96 0

81 51 113 27 42 60 93 74

#

Daniel Parker Sam McFarlane

FFC N Melb

25 2

61 60

# # #

Evan Hewitt Andrew Donnelly Tony Godden Jason Heatley

N Melb WCE FFC St K

33 68 11 60

16 84 145 73

Coll WCE WCE WCE FFC FFC

7 0 7 0 0 0

0 75 122 34 42 20

Chad Fletcher Des Headland Tyson Stenglein Adam Lange Jarrad Schofield

WCE Bris Adel N Melb Pt Adel

179 52 106 28 131

49 34 30 13 114

R

Cameron Venables Ashley Clancy Antoni Grover Andrew Smith Matthew Burton Christian Woodley Luke Newick

Coll FFC FFC FFC N Melb N Melb FFC

3 0 201 0 77 0 0

20 17 21 36 113 8 150

# # # #

David Sierakowski Daniel Metropolis Mitchell White Evan Hewitt

WCE FFC Geel Adel

10 6 23 15

25 90 44 16

2002

#

Des Headland

FFC

114

34

2003

R R*

Aidan Parker Mark Nicoski

Adel WCE

0 112

168 44

2004

#

Tyson Stenglein Brad Smith

WCE WCE

102 0

30 140

2005

# R*

Jarrad Schofield Matt Priddis

FFC WCE

12 108

114 63

2006

R

Les Lang Joe Bushell Jack Diprose R. Daykin Percy Ridd H. Weston

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

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

Sid Snow George Oakley Charlie Wolfe Phil Matson Herb Limb P. Youlden

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

1991

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

Ave Guhl William Brophy George Scaddan Johnny Grigg Greg Hickey John Leonard

1992

Colin Williams Dennis Blair Peter Featherby Ron Bayens Austin Robertson Peter Burton Roch DevenishMearse

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

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

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

Player

Sid Snow Horrie Bant Harry Morgan Phil Matson Joe Scadden (Capt) Tom Cain

1913 - Coach: Phil Matson Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers:

Year

# 1989 1990

#

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

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

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

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

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

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

1993 # # 1994 # #

1988 – Coach: Haydn Bunton Jnr. Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

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

1995 1996

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

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

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

R R R# R 1998

2006 - Coach: Peter German Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

1997

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 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

# 1999

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

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

2000

2008 - Coach: Scott Watters Backs: Half backs: Centre: Half-forwards Forwards: Followers: Interchange:

Jordan AdamsonHolmes Caine Hayes Jarrad Schofield Blake Broadhurst Allistair Pickett Luke Newick Marc Webb Daniel Chick

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

R*

# R* R* R #

Darren Rumble

FFC

0

162

Jarrhan Jacky David Gourdis

Adel Rich

3 4

0 0

R* R

Daniel Rich Greg Broughton Adam Cockie

Bris FFC WCE

62 53 7

21 76 63

R*

Trent Dennis-Lane Simon White

Syd Carl

11 12

41 19

2007 2008

2009

# = Previously Drafted, R = Rookie Listed, * = Subsequently Fully Listed

Michael Gardiner Paul Blair Todd Holmes Trent Simpson Scott Gooch Cameron Venables

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The mighty roar of a will-o’-the-wisp Lion: a tribute to Neil Randall By Dr Ken Spillman, author of Diehards: The Glory Years When Neil Randall became president in 2005 his association with the Subiaco Football Club already spanned more than nearly 35 years. A Scotch College boy from Mount Barker, he made his debut in 1971 as one of Haydn Bunton’s mid-ladder Maroons. His first kick in league football was a direct pass to Austin Robertson, who effortlessly guided through a major. That was the year the Subiaco Football Club opened its first licensed premises – the result of a long legal battle. Who knew then that the young Randall would eventually follow his club’s lead and become one of Western Australia’s best known publicans? Who knew then that the lad would play a central role in shaping the club’s 21st Century fortunes? On countless occasions during the early 1970s, I’d catch a number 92 bus to St John of God Hospital and walk over the railway bridge to Subiaco Oval, enjoying the emergence of such stars as Mike Fitzpatrick and Peter Featherby and pondering the form of a number of less consistent young players who seemed to possess a kind of X-Factor. Keith Watt was one of those. Randall was another. On his day, he could torment opposition defenders, a will-o’-the-wisp dodging and weaving across half-forward. Most often he’d deliver inboard with precision – but he could also snap brilliantly for the big sticks. His long hair flowed as he moved lightly across the Subiaco Oval turf, all dash and class. Like Watt, Randall blossomed under captain-coach Ross Smith in 1973, combining with such players as Ron Bayens, Mick Malone, Peter Metropolis and Brian Sierakowski to form the most dangerous half-forward line in the competition. Subiaco’s droughtbreaking premiership that season would remain the high point of Randall’s playing career, but he underlined his class with a superb display in a narrow loss to Tom Hafey’s Richmond in a ‘Champions of Australia’ series a week after the Grand Final. Champion Richmond rover Kevin Bartlett described Subiaco’s effort that day as ‘the best performance I have seen from any Western Australian side’. Playing under David Parkin in 1975, Randall was the Lions’ leading goal kicker. The following year, on the urging of ruckman Peter Burton, coach Jack Ensor unleashed him as a rover – with such effect that he won the fairest-and-best award. By the end of Randall’s career with Subiaco in 1979, he’d racked up 152 games and was a Life Member. Randall filled a number of football-related roles at Subiaco prior to his election to the board of directors of the in 1993. A wooden spoon in 1996 – following a Grand Final appearance in 1995 – stung the club and jolted it into a new era. There was a changing of the guard at the top, with the pairing of Peter Metropolis and Kim Williamson as president and general manager respectively, and this was complemented by the pairing of Randall as chairman of football operations and Jeff Lind as football manager. The four men brought a powerful sense of purpose. Club culture became paramount. Recruiting would have the goal of maintaining strength as the club covered inevitable player losses, but assiduous development work would facilitate the promotion of young players from reserves and colts. As Neil Randall recalled: When I was given the portfolio of football affairs for season 1997, Jeff Lind was appointed football manager. We made a pact together that Subiaco would be a competitive top four side

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going forward… We agreed that premierships would happen as long as we were competitive. Randall and Lind proved a deadly Neil Randall & Jeff Lind combination and Subiaco’s manifold successes after the turn of the century owed much these two men. Randall served for many years as vice-president and succeeded Metropolis as president following the 2004 premiership, while Lind succeeded Williamson. After the Lions’ disappointing exit from the 2005 finals, Randall remarked: ‘In my first year as president I have found out that it isn’t easy to win a premiership’. But if he regarded that year as ‘embarrassing’, he would soon have plenty to celebrate as the club secured a hat-trick of flags from 2006. That Randall’s presidency coincided with the emergence of his son Ben as a key part of the Lion’s on-field unit heightened the joy of premiership success in 2006-07, but the ecstasy of 2008 was not unadulterated. Early on Grand Final day, coach Scott Watters visited the Randall home to announce that Ben was to be omitted from the team. Shattered though the family was, both father and son both proved they were maroon to the core. The president demonstrated his statesmanlike qualities by fulfilling the day’s presidential duties with aplomb, celebrating the flag for the monumental achievement it was. Members of the Subiaco Football Club rightly believe that the board representing them over the past decade has been the most professional of any in Western Australian football. Randall pointed out in 2010 that stability ‘provided us with consistency and solidarity’. Enjoying ‘great debate and excellent camaraderie’, board members had ‘turned around a culture, from a club that just could not make it to the final hurdle to a club that enjoys and expects success’. Jeff Lind testified that Randall himself ‘was never backward in making the hard calls on any issue’. He displayed ‘the unique ability to embrace and bring together all sections of the club’, and was ‘equally comfortable with the punters in the members bar, players, coaches, support staff, coterie groups, sponsors, officials and media’. In a nutshell, Randall’s approach was ‘let’s get the business done and have some fun doing it’. It was perhaps this philosophy that prompted Grant Dorrington, Director of Football at the West Australian Football Commission, to observe in 2011 that Randall ‘epitomises why our game is what it is’. I have written previously that great football clubs are a slow-moving procession of great people, a parade of champions filling countless roles both on and off the field. Neil Randall is one of those great people, one of those champions. He has filled diverse roles at Subiaco, always displaying the class that was evident from his first kick in league football. He played a key role in the club’s revival and, as president, combined football passion with a keen sense of business. As an original ‘Diehard’ and a firm believer in the adage that ‘success breeds success’, he also initiated the chronicling of The Glory Years, thereby ensuring that future Lions would fully comprehend their inheritance. Aidan Parker, one of the great onfield leaders during The Glory Years, provides a fitting last word: Randy is an absolute legend of the club and someone who I have always admired for his passion towards the Subi Footy Club. It will be sad to see him go but he leaves an outstanding legacy, which continues on now with Ben. Well Done Randy, you’re a ripper!”


Diehards III - The Glory Years 2000-2010 The history of the first hundred years of the Subiaco Football Club is documented in two books titled “Diehards: The Story of the Subiaco Football Club 1896 – 1945 (Vol 1) and 1946 – 2000 (Vol 2)”, written by Dr Ken Spillman. These publications encapsulate the highs and lows of the club’s past and bring to life the characters who forged Subiaco to become a power club of the West Australian Football League. Ken Spillman has written a third book covering the club fortunes over the past ten years, titled “Diehards: The Story of the Subiaco Football Club, The Glory Years 2000 – 2010”. The Minister for Sport, Hon. Terry Waldron MLA officially launched the new book at the pre-game function at the Round 10 clash against Peel Thunder on Saturday 21st May. The Minister praised the Club, “It is a remarkable achievement of having reached six grand finals 10 years, winning four of them. The author Dr Ken Spillman is to be complimented on his ability to paint a picture of a Dr Ken Spillman & Kevin Merifield club that has embraced the need to adapt to changing on and off field practices that has set a standard for other clubs to follow”. He also said “The Glory Years is a valuable and inspiring work that will be enjoyed by Lions fans as well as genuine football lovers across the state”. President Neil Randall commented on the book, “The last ten years has seen unprecedented success in the club’s rich history and to wait another hundred years to chronicle this success would be a travesty for those involved in the era. Our success did not come by chance. It has been the result of critical internal scrutiny, strategic planning, the appointment of high quality staff, the provision of first class facilities and the development of a winning culture.” “Football followers will be entertained and enlightened by this excellent story. It allows readers to gain an insight into the behind the scenes workings of a Club that lost 5 preliminary finals and 3 grand finals in the period from 1989 to 2003. Then after a 16 year drought what followed was not one but four premierships. The book highlights characters, administrators and players who had an impact in the 10 years and who was the driving force and what were the catalysts to The Glory Years”. Neil Randall had great pleasure in presenting an “In Appreciation” certificates to Ken Splillman and the Club sponsors QBE and Phoenix Holden. Both of these companies sponsored the production of the book. At the launch Ken Spillman gave a speech that was worthy of football pre-match “pep talk”. He spoke with passion on the four main elements that guided him through this book:

The downside of unnecessarily recruiting former AFL players who are at the end of their careers – referring to the preference to promoting local talent and “hungry” second tier players. Other dignitaries In attendance at the launch were WAFC Chairman Frank Cooper, Club Patron Kevin Merifield, Vice Patrons Julie Bishop MP, Andrea Mitchell MLA, Mayor of Subiaco Heather Henderson, Mayor of Stirling David Boothman, Graham Edwards, Club No 1 Ticket Holder Justin Langer and Club Ambassador Kim Hughes. With Tim Gossage in control as MC the attendees to the launch were entertained by probing and informative interviews with former coach Kevan Sparks (1999-2002) and the 2004 premiership captain Richard Maloney. Tim also introduced video recorded messages from premiership coaches Peter German and Scott Watters. 2000 Sandover Medalist Richard Ambrose also travelled from the eastern states to attend the launch. Team of the Decade

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. The Team:

B HB C HF F Ru Int

Ben Keevers Darren Rumble Aidan Parker Caine Hayes Richard Ambrose Greg Broughton Chad Cossom Matt Priddis Jarrad Schofield Chris Hall David Mapleston David Robbins Mark Haynes Brad Smith Blake Broadhurst Luke Newick Marc Webb (Capt) Allistair Pickett Richard Maloney (V-Capt), Paul Vines, Sam Larkins, Shaun Hildebrandt, Ben Randall, Daniel Rich, Mark Nicoski.

A stable Board and administration served the Club well The ability of the Club “to extract prime cuts of meat from a very lean bone” – in reference Subiaco’s small zone over the historic period – and the fact that the club maintained a high percentage of local content in the league team. The recruiting of quality second tier players – the likes of Pickett, Ambrose, Vines, Maloney, Webb, Hayes, Haynes, Robbins, Mapleston, Hall and Hildebrandt.

2000 – 2010 Team of the Decade

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Back Row: Fourth Row: Third Row: Second Row: Front Row:

Scott Worthington, Danny Hughes, Des Headland, Darren Rumble, Brad Stevenson, Clancy Wheeler, Scott Douglas, Jack Anthony, Chris Phelan, Ryan Sheehan, George Hampson, Rhett Kerr. Allistair Pickett, Ryan Wade, Ben Keevers Reece Blechynden, Justin Joyce, Adam Cockie, Rhys Waters, Rory Muller, Robbie Forrest, Abe Davey, Rowen McDonnell, Chad Cossom, Jason Bristow. Rodney Reynolds (Trainer), Marc Webb (Assistant Coach), Martin Meyer (Physiotherapist), Barry Demmler (Trainer), Josh Wooden (Reserves Coach), Dave Graham (Asst Trainer), Ron Tester (League Team Manager), Barry Strack (Head Propertyman), Troy Stafford (Trainer’s Asst), Robert Holmes (Development Coach). Luke Sanders (Football Manager), Tony Scarfo (Asst Trainer), Tanya Ferguson (Head Trainer), Kevin Reid (Trainer), Nathan Stephens (Trainer), Brittany Miltrup (Trainer), Lauren Hodder (Trainer), Caitlin Dawson (Trainer), Kiara Kent (Trainer), Alby Hawkins (Support Staff Manager), Mick Bailey (Trainer), Garry Underhill (Asst Trainer), Kerrie Graham (Trainer). Scott Ward, Garry Peach (Director), Basil Fuller (Director), Mark Lawrence (Director), Michael Rix, Blake Broadhurst, Chris Waterman (Coach), Neil Randall (President), Aidan Parker (Captain), Ben Randall, Kyal Horsley, John Martin (Director), Peter Capes (CEO).

LEAGUE & DIRECTORS


Back Row: Fourth Row: Third Row: Second Row: Front Row:

Nick Hay, Tyson Keene, Kyle Cranley, Scott Douglas, Seva Martin, Chris Poklington, Mark Re, Clancy Wheeler, Luke Symonds. Jarrad Pisano, Matt Johns, Scott Worthington, Brad Stevenson, Matt Cullen, Ryan Sheehan, George Hampson, Sonny Dann, Gavin Armstrong, Abe Davey. Troy Stafford (Trainer’s Asst), Barry Demmler, Martin Meyer (Physiotherapist), Josh Sells, Sean Lawrence, Clay Murray, Rory Muller, Brad Keast, Josh Hunt, Dave Graham (Asst Trainer), Kerrie Graham (Trainer), Alby Hawkins (Support Staff Manager), Garry Underhill (Asst Trainer), Brittany Miltrup (Trainer), Tony Scarfo (Asst Trainer), Tanya Ferguson (Head Trainer), Rodney Reynolds (Trainer), Kevin Reid (Trainer), Lauren Hodder (Trainer), Caitlin Dawson (Trainer), Nathan Stephens (Trainer), Kiara Kent (Trainer), Mick Bailey (Trainer). Robert Holmes (Development Coach), Scott Ward, Ryan Wade, Alliston Pickett, Rhonen Maher, Josh Wooden (Reserves Coach), Andrew, Diamond, Rowen McDonnell, Ben Keevers, Brodie Green, John Martin (Asst Coach).

RESERVES TEAM


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COLTS TEAM


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125 years is a milestone worth marking.

For sure.

This year, QBE marked 125 years as one of Australia’s leading insurers. The Subiaco Lions celebrated this milestone in round 20 when the team played in a commemorative QBE playing jumper. It was a day to remember with the Lions recording a memorable 14 point victory over the Perth Demons. QBE would like to thank the club for helping celebrate our 125 year anniversary and we look forward to continuing our support in 2012. QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited ABN 78 003 191 035, AFSL 239545.

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2011 Subiaco Football Club Yearbook