Denton claims the West Coast Poly Player of the Year!

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SOMETHING STAND OUT AT YOUR COUNTRY FINALS?

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NUTRIEN AG FERTILISER PROMOTION – FIRST CLUB PAST $5,000

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The Fortescue National Football League introduced an all-female Executive Board for the first time in their history at an AGM last week. President Nicole Mizen, Vice President Mel Farmer, Secretary Ash Docherty, Treasurer Karen Myczka and general committee member Tammy Gihselberti will make up 50% of the FNFL committee in 2021. This is currently the only all female executive in senior men’s football in WA. President Nicole Mizen grew up in Paraburdoo where her parents were heavily involved in the Saints Football Club. Moving down to the city after finishing school Nicole continued to be involved in sport and played..

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Wed, November 4, 2020 - 9:34 AM 254
Denton claims the West Coast Poly Player of the Year!

Rover Football Club’s Tom Denton has been named as the 2020 West Coast Poly Player of the Year. Playing in the Great Northern Football League, Denton dominated in a covid shortened 2020 season. The midfielder dominated during the home and away season, claiming multiple awards as best on ground during WACFL promotional rounds, quickly establishing himself as a vital cog in the sides premierships tilt. The midfielders outstanding form continued into the finals series. Denton shone in his sides semi-final win which was awarded with the Ross ‘Pud’ Worthington Best on Ground Medal. In GNFL Fairest & best, the JJ..

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MEDIA STATEMENT Monday 21 September 2020   SURVEY TO EXAMINE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON MENTAL HEALTH OF COUNTRY FOOTBALLERS   A new survey will investigate how COVID-19 has affected the health of country footballers unable to play this year, and compare it to those who have been able to play. The survey has been coordinated jointly between The WA Country Football League (WACFL) and researchers from The University of Western Australia. It was compiled by UWA Bachelor of Philosophy student Robbie Glyde. Around half of the WACFL clubs have been unable to play this year due to COVID-19 and scientists..

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Wed, September 9, 2020 - 4:04 PM 585
SOMETHING STAND OUT AT YOUR COUNTRY FINALS?

If you notice something a bit different at Country Football Grand Finals this year, then rest assured you aren’t seeing things. At country grounds during September and October this year you will pick out the unmissable Think Mental Health post covers. The Think Mental Health goal post covers are aimed to highlight that one person dies every day by suicide in Western Australia and how important it is that we look after our mental health.  “It might look a little different having one post standing out like a beacon, but it highlights such an important message for all of our..

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