2021 Belt Up NAIDOC football showcased around the state!

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WA COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE, UWA YOUNG LIVES MATTER FOUNDATION AND OUTSIDE THE LOCKER ROOM COLLABORATE

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2021 WACFL vs PFL

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A design by local Whadjuk-Yuet-Ballardong Indigenous artist Kevin Bynder has been unveiled on the 2021 Belt Up NAIDOC football, with each senior male and female team within the West Australian Country Football League (WACFL) to receive one of the unique balls. Made possible through the WACFL’s ongoing partnership with the Insurance Commission of WA and their Belt Up message, the NAIDOC football celebrates and acknowledges the enormous contribution Aboriginal and Indigenous players continue to make to our great game and the regional communities it is played in. The partnership will enable more than 300 of these uniquely designed footballs to..

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WA COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE, UWA YOUNG LIVES MATTER FOUNDATION AND OUTSIDE THE LOCKER ROOM COLLABORATE TO CONDUCT FOLLOW UP RESEARCH OF COUNTRY FOOTBALLERS IN 2021 In 2020 The University of Western Australia’s Young Lives Matter Foundation UWA Limited (UWA YLM) and the Western Australian Country Football League (WACFL) carried out a Country Football survey that studied the social benefits of participating in Western Australia Country Football and the impact on members of the community not participating in their respective Country Football Leagues as a result of COVID-19 restrictions. Research outcomes were published in the ‘Get Around Me’ report by West..

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Tue, July 20, 2021 - 5:08 PM 599
WACFL v PFL Team Announcement

WACFL State sides take on the Perth Football League this Friday 23rd of July. Team list below. Well done to all players that have been selected. ..

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Thu, July 15, 2021 - 8:13 PM 306
Think Mental Health Round

Think Mental Health Round – Campaign Information About the Campaign The Suicide Prevention Public Education Program’s Think Mental Health Campaign is a key initiative of the State-wide suicide prevention strategy, Suicide Prevention 2020: Together we can save lives (the Strategy), under Action Area One - Greater public awareness and united action across the community. The Think Mental Health education campaign is part of a comprehensive approach in Western Australia that aims to build mental health and wellbeing and reduce mental health issues with view to reducing Western Australia’s suicide rate. It supports other initiatives to prevent and reduce suicide in..

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