You may or not be aware this week the radio show will be broadcasting for the 200th time, a great achievement for everyone involved.
It will also mark the final show for Bevan Sturges- Smith, what an outstanding performance this is.
Bevan has been a long term supporter for the AFLMWA brand as a player and umpire from Wembley and Bevan was recognized with Masters person of the year 2013.
We will also having aRead More [+]
During the recent Curtain Raiser Game at Optus Stadium on May 20th, Kate Fandry, Business Development Manager for the Paraplegic Benefit Fund (PBF) joined Waroona Demons and Rossmoyne Rhinos on the playing surface as a Guest of the Board. PBF has been added to the advertising panel on the official Burley Sekem Premier playing football used by AFLMWA. Kate was presented with (2) two footballs from Board Chairman Nathan Dixon in appreciation for PBF’s continuedRead More [+]
A glorious day for football greeted the two teams from Waroona and Rossmoyne at Gate C at Optus Oval on Sunday 20th May.
A real buzz of excitement worked its way through the players, eager to get into uniform and out on to the hallowed turf. We were ushered through to the changerooms near the Richmond rooms and shown where we can and cant go. The spare changerooms are nicely laid out with plentyRead More [+]
What a day for Ellenbrook and all players that took the field on a warm Autumn day.
For the first time in Ellenbrook’s short history, we managed to host nearly 1,000 players in one day across three grounds.
Biggest playing day in our clubs history.
The day started with Ellenbrook playing Whalers, Crocs against Freo and Kingsway facing off against Quinns. All of which showcased some very good footy played within the spirit of theRead More [+]
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 [+]