How good is it ? Masters Football is back as we kick off the 2018 season with fixtures all around the state. For some, all the hard work in the offseason to get “fitter” pays off, and for others the chance to catch up with mates over a weekly rehydration session after training becomes the highlight of the week. As we know, regular exercise or activity has so many positive impacts on health and wellbeing as does being involved in a club environment like a Masters Football club. In times where so many people are under pressure, feel the stress and strain of everyday life it should not be underestimated the power of one of your mates asking ‘Are you OK' or ‘How’s things?’. If you see someone who is a little off sorts or not their usual self, have the guts to ask them, be a mate and offer some help, it might just be what that person needs.Read More [+]
Season 2018 has brought in some massive changes for the AFLMWA.
Extra rounds, SportsTG, new sponsors, a bigger and better radio show on 91.3, an Optus Oval fixture and now a new website.
We encourage all clubs to invite their members and suporters to save this website in their favourites and check in reguarly for updates and reports. All clubs are asked to provide a report when they host a fixture and take the opportunityRead More [+]
On Saturday 7th April, 9 Country and Metro sides traveled to Wongan Hills to join the Boomers and in the 7th Annual Wheatbelt AFL Masters Carnival.
The 10 teams that competed were:
The two ovals were immaculately presented by the local Wongan Ballidu Shire and the weather was a fine 28deg on theRead More [+]
Bunbury Sharks Hosted Collie, Dalyellup, Pastimes, Albany, Eaton at Hands Oval on Saturday 24/3. The idea was to have 2-3 Games, mixed in 3 x age groups.
Unfortunately, for a number of reasons we were lacking in a few numbers.
The last minute change saw us have one full 4 x quarter game. To do this, we split the teams in half so we had even numbers, from each team on each side.
This hadRead More [+]
The Crocs held another successful opening day for the first split round of AFLMWA fixtures on Sunday March 25 at Houghton Park.
While the crowds were down a little due to games being played at other venues, those that turned up to play, watch and help out had a great day.
The Crocs home day started off early at 9.15 with our annual integrated exhibition game where the Crocs and Coolbinia West PerthRead More [+]