Country Football Steps Up Campaign on Mental Health

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WA Football Volunteer of the Year Award – Nominations Open!

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WAFC Statement: COVID 19 Update January 14, 2022

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The tragic loss of two teenagers has become the catalyst for one of the most important weekends on the country football calendar. For the past six years, the Pinjarra Tigers and the Waroona Demons have played an annual Mental Health Game, following the deaths of two boys in 2016.  Pinjarra Football Netball Club President Bron May was personally affected by the heartbreaking events.   “Depression, anxiety, and suicide can strike any age or gender. Sadly, I saw friends and family left broken five years ago after the death of their 15-year-old son. This was my best friend’s son and we shared holidays, weekends,..

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The WA Football Volunteer of the Year is one of the most prestigious awards on the WA Football calendar.  Volunteers are the lifeblood of football in WA and in line with National Volunteer Week, nominations for the 2022 awards program are now open.   The Award has its origins in Western Australia and has now been adopted nationally with nearly 1350 nominations state-wide last year.   The importance of volunteers cannot be underestimated across society, bringing us together as a community, along with assisting businesses and organisations.    The WA Football Volunteer of the Year Awards cover the following categories in conjunction..

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Tue, May 17, 2022 - 10:53 AM 160
BELT UP ROUND – 2022

This is the 24th year of the partnership between the WACFL and the Insurance Commission to promote the Belt Up road safety message.  A major partnership event is the Belt Up Round, which will run 20-22 May 2021 in all competing leagues. The round has a special significance for our 12,500 country football players, as many will know someone affected by a road crash. Players will hold a minute’s silence to remember those injured or killed on the road. All league footballs and player uniforms will carry the Belt Up logo for this and every round of senior men’s and..

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Tue, May 3, 2022 - 2:14 PM 399
NEW HOLLAND STATE COUNTRY PROGRAM

The WACFL is excited to announce the New Holland State Program is ready to go again in season 2022. After being an Assistant Coach for the inaugural WACFL New Holland State Country Women’s team last year, Gemma Harrison has been appointed the Head Coach of the Women’s team ahead of its clash against the Perth Football League under lights at Fremantle Community Bank Oval on Friday 24th June. The WACFL looks forward to the second instalment of this now annual event as we endeavour to defend our 2021 victory. The WACFL selection panel will be selecting the best players from..

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