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1 ANNUAL REPORT

2 Contents 1 Strategic Plan 2 President 4 CEO 6 Football Operations 7 Umpires 8 Club Development 10 Media 11 Tribunal 12 Women s Football Foundation Mission Statement 14 Umpires Association 15 Team Numbers Awards 17 Junior Interleague 18 Junior GF Results 19 Junior Ladders 20 Senior GF Results & Ladders B&F Winners 22 Treasurer 23 Financial Report 28 Audit Report 29 Teams of the Year Administrator of the year/ AFL Victoria Awards 31 Best & Fairests 35 Premierships 40 Life Members The mission of the WRFL is to: Promote, co-ordinate and administer Australian Rules football through its member clubs in the Western suburbs community for the benefi t of participants, no matter what level of skill, age or cultural background. Sponsors The Western Region Football League is grateful for the generous support of its sponsoring Partners: Cover 2 WRFL Photo: ANNUAL Daniel REPORT Neville 2010 (Nth Footscray) tackles Drew Vincent (Parkside).

3 Strategic Plan Jarrod Tuppen breaks a tackle The WRFL Strategic Plan is based around six key issues identifi ed by the member clubs as those most important in January A series of deliverables has been agreed to address each of the key issues. KEY ISSUE: HOME OF WRFL Deliverables: Ensure that the WRFL offi ce meets the service needs of member clubs. Acquire freehold offi ce accommodation central to the geographic spread of member clubs. Leverage the association with the Western Bulldogs Football Club and Whitten Oval to optimise the image and reputation of the WRFL; and to maximise sponsorship and marketing returns. KEY ISSUE: REPUTATION AND IMAGE Deliverables: Achieve full compliance with codes of conduct by players, spectators and offi cials. Achieve and maintain sponsorship income to WRFL of at least $200,000 per annum within 3 years. Publish and distribute a weekly Football Record throughout the entire football season. Establish relationships/partnerships with selected community organisations. KEY ISSUE: UMPIRE RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION Deliverables: Provide a full team of WRFL fi eld, boundary and goal umpires to all matches (senior and junior) within 3 years. Set a percentage target for retention of umpires and strive to meet or exceed that target each year. Develop umpire competency and skills through a process of structured training and continuous improvement. KEY ISSUE: RETENTION AND GROWTH Deliverables: Establish an Auskick program under the auspices of all WRFL clubs by 2011 Develop regional strategies with all Councils in the western region (principally Maribyrnong, Hobsons Bay, Wyndham, Brimbank and Melton) to ensure adequate supply and standard of facilities to meet current and future participation needs. Develop and implement strategies to minimise operating costs to clubs. Facilitate the development new clubs where needed. KEY ISSUE: CLUB DEVELOPMENT Deliverables: Ensure that all WRFL clubs are accredited through AFL Victoria s Quality Club Program. Ensure that all WRFL clubs are accredited through the Australian Drug Foundation s Good Sports Program. Develop and deliver training modules for club offi cials in relevant disciplines (eg club governance, meeting procedures, budgeting and fi nancial management, IT applications, etc). Facilitate regular forums for clubs and Councils to communicate on facility needs/planning and other issues of mutual concern. KEY ISSUE: EVENNESS OF COMPETITIONS Deliverables: Restructure senior divisions to facilitate growth, evenness of competitions and revenue earning as soon as possible. Establish a Junior Sub-Committee, reporting to the Executive Board, to provide policy advice on and delegated oversight of all aspects of junior competitions. Rationalise and simplify junior fi xturing and grading. A great strength of community football is its tribalism: the rivalry inherent in an alliance of sworn enemies. However, the strongest club counts for nothing if it has no meaningful competition. It is incumbent on all WRFL stakeholders to ensure that we create an environment where all clubs can constantly improve both on and off fi eld; where we nurture and promote the quality of our players, volunteer administrators, umpires, trainers, judiciary and staff; and foster and welcome new clubs from across the Western Region. It is hoped that this strategic plan will provide the impetus for creation of that environment and, as such, will be supported by all. 3

4 President Bill Baarini WRFL President Shaydon Bloomfi eld tackled by Chase Morgan In the history of the Western Region Football League and its predecessors, there has never been a period of such intense and radical change as the past twelve months. At the 2009 Annual General Meeting, I was elected as President and John O Callaghan as Vice President. Four new members (Barry Lovell, Gina Smith, Mick Psaila and Terry McGarity) were also elected to the Board. Existing members Bruce Mildenhall, Dominic Drenen and Janine Mizzi remained in their positions. The diversity of experience of the new Board adds great strength to the League s governance. Our challenge over coming years will be to retain and build on that strength by continuing to attract quality personnel to these important Board roles. In December 2009, the only remaining member of staff was Football Operations Manager David Newton who stepped-up to the plate and worked with the new Board to prepare for the 2010 season pending appointment of a new CEO. I express my personal thanks and those of the Board to David for his efforts during that diffi cult period. The new Board hit the ground running immediately following the 2009 Annual General Meeting. An Umpires Forum chaired by Bruce Mildenhall had already set about restoring the relationship with the Umpires Association. A strategic planning process involving all WRFL clubs, the Executive Board, Umpires and Trainers Associations and staff was initiated. At the same time, the search commenced for a new CEO and a Club Development Manager; and negotiations were renewed with the Maribyrnong City Council and Western Bulldogs Football Club aimed to resolve the long-running issue of the proposed offi ce relocation. The extraordinary efforts and commitments of all Board members, particularly in those fi rst few critical months following the 2009 AGM, set the foundations for a most successful period to follow. The goodwill generated through the communication process afforded by the Umpires Forum, along with the appointment of Shane Carland as Umpires Manager, saw a renewed enthusiasm to put the past behind and move forward in a positive way. Umpires Association President Henry McFerran and Secretary Terry O Donnell headed-up a spectacularly successful recruiting drive for new umpires. After starting the 2010 season with just 120 umpires on the books, we fi nished the year with 226, a stunning performance by any measure. Shane Carland and his team of coaches, trainers, advisors and observers initiated structured programs to develop umpiring talent. The foundations laid in 2010 have given us confi dence to aim over the next few years for provision of offi cial umpires in all grades and age-groups. A strategic planning process commenced in January 2010 with a search conference facilitated by consultant Scott Chapman. That was followed by the appointment of a Strategic Planning Sub-Committee of the Executive Board, chaired by Mick Psaila. After an exhaustive process of consultation and review, the work of the sub-committee culminated in September in the formal adoption of a comprehensive 3-year plan that will guide the future direction of the League. The appointment in mid-february of Bob Tregear as Chief Executive Offi cer was perhaps the most crucial decision made by the Board in The CEO s role is essential to the quality and stability of service delivery by the League to its member clubs. Bob s lifetime of community football experience, including previous roles as club and league President and as a Board member and Chairman of AFL Victoria, has already proved to be invaluable to the Western Region Football League at this time of rapid change and development. On behalf of the Board and all member clubs I extend our thanks to Bob for his success in building a small but committed administration staff group; and strong links between the administration, Board, club offi cials and umpires. After four years of seemingly endless and, at times, fruitless negotiations over the proposal to move our administration base from Yarraville Oval to Whitten Oval, a breakthrough was fi nally achieved in February when a hand-shake agreement was reached with Western Bulldogs Football Club CEO Campbell Rose. It is to be regretted that we could not have reached this point months or even years earlier when more attractive deals were on offer to the WRFL. Having said that, the Board is satisfi ed that the community rental arrangements offered by the Western Bulldogs represent the best deal that the League could hope to secure in the prevailing circumstances, and signifi cantly less expensive than commercial rates. While the occupancy costs will be a new budget expense, we now have a headquarters of which we can be proud; an effi cient working 4

5 President environment with capacity for growth; security of tenure for up to 21 years; and a relationship with the Western Bulldogs Football Club that has the potential for ongoing benefi ts to both organisations. My thanks to Bulldogs President David Smorgon, Director Barry Hall and CEO Campbell Rose for their assistance in completing the tenure agreement; and for their enthusiasm to build the bond between their club and our league. Thanks also to the Maribyrnong City Council for their invaluable fi nancial assistance at the time of the move. Our Season Launch function held at the Yarraville Club in the fi rst week of April set the scene for a landmark season for the Western Region Football League, both on and off the fi eld. The support shown for the WRFL by representatives of state and local government, the business community, football industry and media who attended the function underlines the important role that the league plays in community development across the region. A total of 235 teams participated across the 2 senior divisions and 21 junior grades of WRFL competition this year. Coincidently, a total of 2,010 games were played in season 2010, involving more than 6,000 players along with countless volunteer club offi cials. Little wonder that the broader community recognises the importance of the WRFL to the social fabric of the West. While we can be justly proud of the positives achieved in 2010, we must strive to eliminate the lingering vestiges of misconduct both on and off the fi eld. It is disappointing that reports by umpires for on-fi eld offences in 2010 were more than 40% up on the previous year. While this was no doubt at least partly due to the increase in the number of games controlled by offi cial WRFL umpires compared to the previous year, we must ensure that behaviour standards improve every year and that the misconduct at the heart of these reports is universally seen as unacceptable. It is particularly disappointing that incidents at Sunday junior games are often sparked by the undisciplined behaviour of spectators and parents. Inappropriate behaviour by adults at junior football will not be tolerated in the WRFL. It is expected that parents, adult spectators and offi cials and senior players will demonstrate leadership and sportsmanship to our junior players, particularly in the event of trying circumstances. The western fringe of metropolitan Melbourne, especially the municipalities of Wyndham and Melton, is offi cially recognised as the fastestgrowing region in all of Australia. Our challenge and responsibility is to match that growth over the next decade and more through development of new football clubs and consolidation of existing clubs. Our strategic plan specifi cally addresses the need to work with local Councils across our region to meet the emerging demands. On a personal note, I have experienced great satisfaction in my fi rst year as President of the WRFL. As one who grew-up playing football in this league, I have enormous respect and admiration for the many hundreds of volunteer club offi cials who make such a vital contribution to the game of football and to community life in general. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to such a successful year and particularly to the loyal band of sponsors and commercial partners whose support is so vital to our existence. I look forward with enthusiasm and confi dence to the years ahead as we strive to make the WRFL the best community football league in Australia. Bill Baarini President Peter Kruger (Parkside) takes a pack mark Jesse Zammit 5

6 CEO Bob Tregrear Chief Executive Officer 2010 has been an exciting and productive year for the Western Region Football League. A new Executive Board, new staff, new strategic plan, new administration systems, relocation of headquarters and a boom year of umpire recruitment are just a few of the stand-outs in a year of change and challenge. The turnover of Executive Board members and staff late last year had potential to seriously disrupt planning for the 2010 football season. Undaunted, the new Board set about the task with vigour and enthusiasm, initiating a strategic planning process in January. The planning process was open, inclusive and exhaustive. The outcome was a documented plan that identifi ed the six key issues of concern to member clubs; strategies to address those issues; and a timetable of deliverables and actions against which to measure progress. An ongoing process of monitoring and review will ensure that the plan is continually updated to refl ect the changing environment in which we operate. The strategic plan will be central to all of our future planning and operations. When I commenced my role with the League in mid-february 2010, the only other remaining employee was Football Operations Manager David Newton. David found himself with the responsibility for providing executive support to the Board and bridging the gap alone pending the appointment of new staff. My thanks to David both for his administrative efforts at a time of great upheaval; and for his assistance to me personally, especially during the fi rst few critical months in my new role. Phil Lovell was appointed in March to the position of Manager Club Development and Junior Operations. In addition to his routine operations duties, Phil has overseen several major research assignments, using the resources of university and work-experience students, that will be invaluable to us in understanding our market environment and planning for future development. Phil is also the executive offi cer of the recently-formed Juniors Board. Tina Macumber, Football Operations Coordinator for the Victorian Women s Football League worked in our Yarraville Oval offi ce until mid-april 2010 and provided invaluable assistance to us, particularly in planning and organising the season launch function. Hadley Johnson fi lled the Customer Service and Events Coordinator s role on a temporary basis from May to August, before leaving to complete post-graduate studies in graphic design. Lyn McLeod joined the permanent staff of the League replacing Hadley in August and has already made her mark with her friendly and helpful approach to the task. My thanks to all of our staff who have somehow managed to maintain good humour and a focus on service delivery during a period when we have all had to learn on the job and endure the disruption of relocating headquarters during the fi rst few weeks of the football season. Relocation of the League s headquarters to Whitten Oval had been under consideration and negotiation for four years. In February this year, fi nal agreement was reached with the Western Bulldogs Football Club on a tenancy agreement of up to 21 years at a community rental rate signifi cantly below ruling commercial rates. The agreement required the WRFL to organise and fund the fi tout of the offi ce area. The entire process of design, obtaining permits and construction was completed over a twelve week period that spanned the start of the 2010 football season. The fi nal move from the home of the past twenty years at Yarraville Oval occurred in the fi rst week of May. My thanks to Executive Board member Bruce Mildenhall whose relationship with the Western Bulldogs Football Club opened the way for friendly and speedy negotiations. Special thanks also to Campbell Rose, Chief Executive Offi cer and Robert Stubbs, Chief operating Offi cer of the Western Bulldogs without whose help and encouragement the relocation project could not have been accomplished. The new offi ces at Whitten Oval provide us with a modern and professional working environment from which to provide quality services to member clubs. Space is available for possible future expansion, if required; and the 21 year lease provides us with the fl exibility of renewal options at three year intervals. A major satisfaction this year was the constructive relationship achieved between the Executive Board, new staff team and umpiring group. Henry McFerran and Terry O Donnell (President and Secretary of the WRFL Umpires Association) have worked tirelessly on a most successful recruiting drive that has seen our umpiring numbers nearly double in the space of a single season. Henry and Terry have been available at all times to smooth the waters as we worked through the administrative diffi culties of paying umpires directly from the League via transfers to personal bank accounts. We will complete that process next year with the employment of an in-house administrator to service the umpires needs. We will continue to work with the Umpires Association to maintain the recruitment effort as we work to a target of 300 umpires within three years. The recent appointment of the WRFL Juniors Board under the chairmanship of Keith Brown, President of Newport Power FC was the fi rst major initiative arising from the strategic planning process. We fi elded 175 teams in WRFL junior competitions in 2010, ranging from under 9s to under 16s. With the rapid population growth forecast for Melbourne s western fringe over the next twenty years, that number could easily double as new clubs are formed in the outer regions and inner suburbs are re-populated with young working families. We must address the existing structural problems in our junior competitions before we can hope to accommodate that growth. The Juniors Board will play a central role in overseeing changes to our structures and in providing sound advice to the Executive Board on junior football matters. Another key strategy identifi ed in the strategic plan is the need to reduce the administration fees paid by member clubs to support the League s operating overheads. This will be achieved by focusing on opportunities for non-club revenue streams such as sponsorship, merchandising and net returns from fi nals series. In planning the budget for , administration fees have been pegged at the same level as this year with the aim to reduce those fees in future years as new revenue streams are secured. Central to our plan to maximise net revenue from fi nals is the availability of high-quality, secure venues at which to conduct these events. The standard of facilities available for football in the western region, ranging from junior and senior clubs to event venues is generally poor in comparison to other regions around Melbourne and in country area. We have already commenced the process of engagement with the fi ve local Councils in our area (Maribyrnong, Hobsons Bay, Brimbank, Wyndham and Melton) with a view to active and ongoing involvement with them in planning for new facilities and addressing the shortcomings of existing ones. WRFL club Presidents will be included in this process on a Council-by-Council basis. 6

7 CEO The support of WRFL clubs for the League s Properties Division is crucial to our plan to increase returns from merchandising. We have already moved to secure trade-mark protection for the WRFL logo and will seek to strengthen the rules and regulations governing the Properties Division. Sponsorship is vital to the viability of all community football leagues and there is scope for signifi cant increase in that revenue source to the Western Region Football League. We will work hard to improve the returns to both our existing sponsors and the new ones that we will need to attract in order to meet budget targets. On behalf of the Executive Board and all WRFL clubs, I express our sincere thanks and appreciation to the loyal band of sponsoring partners who have supported the League fi nancially in Our sponsoring partners in 2010 were: Beiersdorf Ross Faulkner Werribee FC / Tigers Clubhouse Dons Smallgoods Williamstown FC Sherwood Wilson Security Club Warehouse Davies Bakery (Patties Pies) Tracy Group Red Onion Creative Ascot Vale Sports & Trophies Apparel by XTreme Physio Health Bridgestone St Albans Tyre Service Congratulations to the many thousands of players, supporters and voluntary offi cials of all clubs that participated in the Western Region Football League this year. Special congratulations to all of the premiership and award winners in all grades, and particularly to Albion Football Club for its fi rst Division 1 premiership since 1986; and to Division 2 premier North Footscray on its fi rst senior fl ag in thirty years. Thank you to Bill Baarini and all members of the WRFL Executive Board who have given so much of their personal time and effort this year in pursuit of good governance of our League; and particularly for the guidance and support they have given me and the staff team. Particular thanks to fi rst-year Board member Mick Psaila for taking-on the additional workload of Chairman of the Strategic Planning Sub-Committee and the role of League Investigating Offi cer on several occasions. Finally, thank you to the countless club offi cials, WRFL life members and supporters who have welcomed me personally to football in the west in my fi rst year as CEO. The Western Region Football League has a long and proud history and this is refl ected in the quality of the people who make it all happen year after year. I look forward with enthusiasm to working with you in coming years as we meet the challenges of growth and strive to make the WRFL even better. Bob Tregear Chief Executive Offi cer Div 2 Captains: Mick Drew (Nth Footscray) & Chris Murotore (Parkside) 7

8 Football Operations David Newton GM Football Operations After many years of drought and uncertainty with the unavailability of grounds, it was refreshing to commence the 2010 season with less focus on the conditions of grounds. Although the weather conditions had improved signifi cantly it must be said that the work done between clubs, councils and the WRFL administration has greatly improved the condition of our grounds within the Western Region. Team numbers in season 2010 remained consistent with 2009 with a total of 235 teams competing across 2 senior divisions and 21 senior and junior divisions. Newport Power continued their growth entering an under 13 team for the fi rst time along with Caroline Springs who entered their fi rst under 18 team. Caroline Springs will build on that in 2011 entering senior teams in the Division Two competition. After some challenges within the umpiring ranks in season 2009, the WRFL Umpires Forum was established to assist in the future direction, stability and development of umpiring within the WRFL. As a result a second umpiring academy was established at Maribyrnong Sports College to coincide with the already successful Mackillop College academy to increase participation within WRFL umpiring. The appointment of new umpiring manager Shane Carland and some initiatives by WRFL administration and the WRFL Umpires Association led to an increase of more than 100 umpires in our ranks. The big challenge now is to build on this and develop these umpires into future senior fi eld umpires to ensure all matches within the WRFL have league appointed umpires. The Home and Away season was hotly contested across all divisions. Seven of the ten teams in Division One were still vying for a fi nals spot in the last round of the season. Altona secured fi fth place giving them their fi rst taste of fi nals football since being promoted to Division One in Spotswood was again the dominant team losing only one match throughout the home and away season. In Division Two, only three games separated the fi rst placed North Footscray and fi fth placed Yarraville Seddon setting up what would be a terrifi c fi nals series. In the juniors, the under 13 grade was again offered to all clubs. Although we had 10 clubs participate and support the concept it was disappointing however not to achieve two divisions knowing the many clubs that didn t participate who had the numbers to easily do so. For the fi rst time in a long time, poor weather played a part during our junior fi nals series. I would like to thank those clubs who hosted fi nals and did so in a professional and welcoming manner. A total of 21 of the 26 junior clubs participated in the fi nals series with the Grand Finals in all grades showcasing the best of the junior talent. This was highlighted with the average margin being 19 points and no match being decided by more than 10 goals. Following on from the Low Alcohol Policy introduced during the 2009 fi nals series the WRFL maintained the low alcohol approach to the 2010 senior fi nals series. Along with AFL Victoria the WRFL strengthened the campaign with media exposure and banners being driven around the western region of Melbourne. The slogan High Excitement, Low Alcohol led to a good family friendly atmosphere across all games. With Spotswood dominating the home and away season and going for a record breaking fourth premiership in a row the Division One fi nals looked to be a one horse race. This was all quelled when Albion accounted for Spotswood by 34 points in the second semi fi nal which led to the greater WRFL community tuning in for what was set to be an enthralling fi nal two weeks of the fi nals series. Spotswood bounced back convincingly the next week against Sunshine to set up an opportunity to be the fi rst team in WRFL history to win four premierships in a row. Albion on the other hand hadn t won a Division 1 premiership since 1986 meaning there was so much at stake for the two clubs. After a memorable Grand Final where Spotswood clawed its way back from a 6 goal defi cit at half time to get within a goal with minutes remaining it was Albion who composed to win by 17 points. The Division Two fi nals series was an even affair with some terrifi c matches played throughout. The fi nals series culminated with one of the better Division Two Grand Finals in recent times. Parkside was keen to make amends after falling at the fi nal hurdle in North Footscray however had been building their team over recent years to give them the opportunity at promotion to Division One. The Grand Final was very close in the fi rst half neither side able to gain the ascendancy. In the third quarter Parkside was able to kick unanswered goals to head into the fi nal change 22 points up. The match looked as if it was about to be broken open until North Footscray got their running game on in the last quarter kicking 5 goals to 1 to run out 5 point winners will see a review of the selection and management of fi nals venues across all divisions. It is important that the WRFL in conjunction with the clubs and local councils are able to provide adequate facilities to the community that embodies the professionalism of the league. I would like to thank the clubs who continue to be managed by hard working presidents, administrators and committee people along with the many volunteers that assist every week to make sure we continue to provide an opportunity to be part of our great game. Further to this I am thankful to the following panels and individuals that ensure our league continues to thrive as a community sporting organisation: Tribunal Chairman Dale Sayner and his dedicated panel of members that assist every week on the Independent Tribunal. Appeal Chairman John Doherty and the Appeal Board members who are always available at short notice. The WRFL Trainers Association and particularly Alan Titch Williams who assisted me in re-developing the WRFL trainers database. WRFL Umpiring Manager Shane Carland and his team of coaches who worked tirelessly to ensure the standard of umpiring continued to improve. The WRFL Umpires Association who worked hard on new initiatives to further increase the recruitment and retention of umpires within the WRFL. Once again this year I would like to acknowledge the hard work of the administration team that has assisted me this year. CEO Bob Tregear has been great in his support of me and has made a huge impact in his short term thus far. Club Development and Junior Football Operations Offi cer Phil Lovell has provided some great initiatives that will strengthen our clubs and competition in the future. Thanks to Lyn McLeod and Hadley Johnson who have both been terrifi c in their customer service role as well as being a great administrative support to all of us. Well done to all clubs on Season 2010 and I look forward to working with you again in

9 Umpires Shane Carland Umpires Manager Brad Hewitt (Albion) Solace Uhi (Altona) The 2010 season commenced with new coaches on board, all experienced in umpiring. At the start of the season numbers were down so we contacted local papers for help in the recruitment of umpires. I would like to thank them for their support. A recruitment panel was set up, headed by Terry O Donnell. This led to a number of school visits and promotional posters placed in various schools throughout the region. With the improved recruitment of umpires saw the growth of the Umpiring Academy at McKillop College Werribee. The Umpiring Department would like to thank Mark and Matt Westgarth for their continued effort in the promotion and development of umpires at the Academy. This coincided with the establishment of the Maribyrnong Secondary College Academy. Thank you to Andrew Coates & Troy Pannel who worked with the development of umpires at the school. It has given the league a very good foundation to build on. It is a privilege for the WRFL to have such experienced members as Mark, Andrew and Troy, who have all umpired at the highest level passing on their wealth of knowledge and experience to young umpires. This year, the goal umpires were headed up by Graham Hodgart, his commitment and hard work is much appreciated. Graham was ably assisted by David Wright and John Manaki. The goal umpiring team is a dedicated group with great camaraderie. The boundary umpires had a fantastic year with Jamie Guppy running the show. He was enthusiastic, committed and it was great to see the way the younger umpires mixed with the older. The way they trained and listened to Jamie was excellent. It was exciting to see the improvement in the group throughout the year. Jamie was well supported by Beau McGarity and Peter Fitzgerald. The fi eld umpires had a successful year with the development of young umpires coming through the ranks. They performed extremely well and it is encouraging to see their development as they advanced to umpire senior football. The development of the young umpires was effectively supported by the experienced umpires. Phil Henderson and his team, Rene Van Kuyk, Mark Mather and mentors, did a terrifi c job with the junior umpires. It is a nightmare with the number of appointments. It is a diffi cult and thankless job especially with the development of the academies and the offsite training venues. With pleasure we saw the development of umpires stepping up to under 18 s and above. You are to be commended on you dedication and great work. The introduction of the junior umpire s presentation night was a great success. It was well supported by umpires and parents and saw the inaugural trophy for most promising umpire named after a former and well respected umpire, Mr. Bruce Pain. Training of umpires was again in the hands of Terry McGarity, not an easy task with an infl ux of new umpires and a variety of personnel (old, young, fast, not so fast, injured etc.) It is a credit to him to be able to train such a variety of people. T he fi tness of umpires was seen with enhanced performances in the fi nals. Well done Terry. The umpires were also well supported by Brett Carter, assistant manager and skills coach who with Mark Mather and Dean Portelli observed and gave valuable feedback to umpires. Stan Melzaric worked with club umpires, offering advice and assistance to better their performances. The administration and overall support of the umpiring group was left to Alan Schutt who took on the challenge and performed it admirably. Well done Allan. To the Trainers Association for the great work they do in supporting the umpires and keeping them on the track. Thank you. The Umpires Association has done wonderful work in running social functions, creating a pleasant environment for umpires and supporting umpires at the tribunal and hearings. They have also been heavily involved in the recruitment of umpires and their support of the umpires department is much appreciated. This year saw the exchange of umpires with 3 leagues the Goulburn Valley Football League, Gippsland Football League and Tasmania. This gave an opportunity to further develop networking and experience the different cultures of other leagues. Positive feedback has been received from those who experienced the exchange and it is proposed to continue. This season we registered over 220 umpires which includes 18 female umpires. Females play a large role in football. It is great to see them involved in umpiring and we would like to encourage many more. Keeping numbers from season to season is a problem for all umpiring bodies, and although we recruited well this year we unfortunately also lose too many umpires. The retention of umpires is an area where I believe clubs can play a big part. I would urge all clubs to treat umpires with respect, to make them welcome at your club after a match and to ensure safety at games. Also, educating supporters, coaches and players to the importance of the umpires in our fantastic game would help our recruitment. Football is a great game and umpiring is an important part of it. The WRFL has approximately 2,000 games of football each year with very few problems. There is a lot of great work carried out at AFL, WRFL and club level to promote football and umpiring. It is disappointing to see the negative side published in the press, rather than the great work. Congratulations to all on their performances throughout the year and in the fi nals. To Tim Carrington (Field), Josh Mather & Les Aldrich (Boundary), & Rick Wallace (Goal), congratulations on being nominated for trial with AFL. We wish you all the best and hope you do the WRFL proud. In concluding, sincere thanks to all umpires for their contribution to the WRFL this season. It was a very successful year and look forward to your involvement for many years to come. 9

10 Club Development Phil Lovell Manager Club Development & Junior Football Operations From a club development and junior football operations perspective this season could be termed a watershed season for the league. The league is changing and growth of the competition is imminent. We anticipate football participation to fl ourish in the next few seasons as the unchartered football landscapes such as Manor Lakes, Williams Landing, and Caroline Springs are opened up to young families taking advantage of the urban sprawl into the Western Region of Melbourne. The league has been quick to identify the potential for growth from within the competition boundaries, and the league administration in conjunction with the member clubs have extensively reviewed the direction and strategies the league will adopt for the future development of the competition The extensive review process was instigated in January, when the member clubs were invited to attend a planning day and were encouraged to express their clubs points of view on many aspects of the WRFL competition. The planning day was then followed by a strategic review. This review identifi ed that a competitive junior competition and viable junior clubs will be pivotal to any future growth of football in the Western Region. In my fi rst year of this role it was great to see the broad range of initiatives already in place to foster the development of clubs and junior football. The WRFL Executive Board continues to take a strong stand against alcohol abuse. The 2010 season saw the league stage their second low alcohol fi nals series. For those who attended games in the fi nals series the football was fi ercely contested and the family friendly environment I witnessed fi rsthand added to the spectacle. As a league we would like to thank AFL Victoria for their strong support of the initiative. In working with a variety of stakeholders, around the Western Region we hope to gradually change and improve the culture of the League for the better. In 2010 the WRFL continued to assist clubs in making strides forward in club administration. As a result of the League s strategic review there is a strong emphasis on the development of clubs. Clubs recognize the importance of supporting AFL Victoria development initiatives, and to the leagues credit many clubs have been proactive and embraced programs such as the AFL Quality Club program and the Good Sports Program. Clubs are also starting to see the importance of developing their relationships with their local Auskick centre which acts as a feeder to the football clubs in the region. It has been excellent to see many clubs develop their relationships with councils; this season levels of professionalism amongst all club administrators are reaching standards never before seen in the WRFL. This season the interleague program had eight teams representing the WRFL against other community leagues around metropolitan Melbourne. We had a very successful day in the U12s andu13s round robin day both teams managing one win each, and falling short in the last game against the Essendon District Football League. Thanks go to the North Sunshine Football Club for providing a training venue for the U12 and U13 squads. Special mention goes to WRFL Executive Member Janine Mizzi; once again her assistance with the U12 and U13 sides was much appreciated. Four of our teams participated in the U14 and U15 AFL Victoria Metropolitan Championships. The Western Jets had a strong involvement in the development of all of our Metropolitan Championships sides. Thanks to the Hobson s Bay Council for permitting our teams to train at the Western Jets training ground at Crofts Reserve. The experience of interleague football for the players at this age level now presents further opportunities for development, be it through the Western Jets, Calder Cannons or through WRFL Interleague sides in years to come. Thanks to Williamstown FC and the Western Jets for their continued support of the Junior Interleague Program. Our U16 andu18 program was revamped in 2010 with the assistance of Fab Gatti, John Radcliffe and their dedicated coaching staff. The training program, organized for all these boys will hopefully provide them with some exciting football opportunities in the future. Thanks to the Werribee Football Club for their assistance with this program in The link developed between the WRFL and Werribee Football Club continues to be a mutually benefi cial partnership. Thank you to all coaches, team managers, runners, trainers, water persons, umpires and assistant coaches for offering their time and services throughout the program and to the parents; who ferried all the players to and from training and games. It is your passion for junior Jason Hucker of Spotswood gets a handpass away 10

11 Club Development Darren Lusher of North Footscray taps the ball clear. development that enables this program to occur. Thanks to our Umpiring Department, Umpires Association and the Trainers Association for their assistance in the program. Your cooperation ensures these important development steps for our juniors go ahead. The 2010 Junior Fun Day was once again hosted by Port Melbourne Colts, North Footscray and this season Wyndhamvale Juniors was the third venue to co- host the event. It was a superb event to fi nish the season for the U9 and U10 teams and from a league perspective a great social occasion. Thank you to the host clubs for their time and effort in preparing their venues to ensure it is a safe and fun environment. All players showed great enthusiasm throughout the season and this will hopefully encourage them to have a long association with the WRFL. This year we had twenty eight of our thirty one clubs fi eld teams in the underage competition. There was a strong junior presence in the league from Hoppers Crossing, Williamstown Juniors, Point Cook, Caroline Springs and St Bernard s. Despite clubs having to continually adapt to battle the drought conditions in past years it is fantastic to see that the league still provides Western Melbourne with a vibrant football competition. A healthy majority of our clubs who competed in juniors went on to be represented in the fi nals. From the sixteen junior premierships contested there were ten different clubs who came away with a premiership indicating the evenness of the junior competition. The continual development of the WRFL Grading policy will only improve the evenness of our junior competitions in years to come. It was another successful fi nals series from an operations view point and we saw many closely fought games with impressive displays of skills and spirit despite the slippery conditions. Congratulations to all teams that made junior fi nals. It does not matter whether you win or lose. Parents and offi cials should be congratulating every player on a tremendous season so they can learn from the experience. Those lucky enough to win Premierships should cherish them as a reward for a fantastic team effort throughout the year and be sure to pay credit to the offi cials, volunteers and parents that make it all possible. Thank you to the WRFL Executive for their support and guidance this year, particularly President Bill Baarini. Thank you to Bob Tregear, David Newton, Hadley Johnson and Lyn McLeod for their support and for creating a terrifi c work environment in the offi ce. Well done to Kevin Hillier and the media team on giving the juniors great coverage this year. Thanks also to Andrew Muscat, and the many students from Victoria University for their administrative assistance in the 2010 season, as we couldn t function without the help of our volunteers. Season 2011 will present many opportunities for the WRFL to continue the development of football in the Western Region. With the season 2011 only around the corner the WRFL Executive Board has been working hard to implement the necessary infrastructure to enhance the junior competition. In October, a Juniors Board was formed to oversee the strategic direction of the juniors competition. This subcommittee headed by Keith Brown will provide the league administration with some much needed direction and advice as to the best practice for administrating the juniors competition. I wish Keith all the best with chairing the Juniors Board and await with interest the direction his Juniors Board will provide to the league administration. With the support of the football community of the Western Region, the WRFL will continue to improve. 11

12 Media Kevin Hillier Media Manager L-R: Brendon Goldsmith, Jake Wild, Aaron King, David Hammersley, Matt Whiteside 2010 has been a challenge in many ways with the changing face of the WRFL competition, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. We learn from mistakes and experiences and the goal is always to make the end result better, in some way. We had a number of very obtuse and unusual technical problems at the start of the year with the radio coverage of the Match of the Day. The diffi culty was compounded by poor communication from a number of bodies which have absolutely nothing to do with the WRFL, but the impact of their decisions was critical to what we were able to deliver. It was no fault of the WRFL that three games were not broadcast and others were done under duress. The people at WYN FM were also caught in the middle of this and to be fair, were also blindsided by others. After the initial problems, I believe, we have been able to bring to the WRFL a level of match day coverage that is second to none, in both technical quality but mostly, in delivering great radio coverage of suburban football that is accurate and entertaining. The calling team is a very close unit and that shows in the broadcast, but it is also an extremely proud, passionate and professional combination that strives to provide the best possible coverage it can. Consider the difference in facilities: we are in a caravan at ground level (sometimes under ground level) with no TV screens or replays to back us up. We are not perched right on the wing, elevated above the play, yet we give a total package every Saturday from 1.30pm to 6pm. I am so grateful to Steve Thom, Adam Lux, Andrew Muscat, Travis Wheeler and Leigh Eustace for their dedication and commitment to being involved. It is their passion, not their profession, and I am exceptionally proud of what we produce every weekend of the season. The Star News page each week is a shining light and other competitions have adopted this as a vehicle to convey news and stories to the greater community as opposed to just the football world. There is great interest in what happens in the WRFL even though crowd numbers might tell you otherwise. The coverage the league gets with its weekly page is invaluable. The local western suburbs press does give the competition a lot of space, which is very good, and as Media Manager I appreciate seeing journalists and photographers at our games. There is no substitute for being there. When the WRFL decided to go with an internet TV show it was a bold move, but one that I think has been good for the league and emulated by other competitions. The ability of people to access the show anywhere in the world, at anytime, as often as they like, is far better than any television channel can offer. It is the future. Unfortunately we have not been able to advance the coverage with podcasts and live streaming of games and this is something that is of top priority for the future. We are also investigating some new innovations that would put this competition at the forefront of media coverage of suburban football. More details in the future. The WRFL website continues to attract very high traffi c with close to one million hits during the month of the junior fi nals. The site does need a makeover and I am hopeful the Executive and Administration will approve this before the start of the 2011 season. I am very fortunate to have some amazing people work with me in this role. Since day one, Steve Thom has been a rock. His football knowledge is unsurpassed but it is his passion and devotion to the WRFL that makes him someone special to all clubs and people involved in the WRFL. Adam Lux is a gem, and a rare talent who I believe is destined for a bigger stage than the WRFL. Andrew Muscat is a very special part of our team and his input is absolutely vital to our Match Day coverage. Travis Wheeler does the hard yards in the studio each week and we certainly appreciate his contribution. Leigh Roy Eustace has joined the team as the Division Two reporter and we look forward to more from him in One man who deserves an enormous thank you is Krume from WYN FM. He is the backbone of the radio coverage and without him it would just not happen. Krume, you are invaluable and appreciated by all who work with you each week. Also special thanks to the Apex Club of Werribee who came to the rescue to tow the caravan in the second half of the season when WYN FM were unable to provide a volunteer. From a personal point of view I want to thank the people at each and every club for their help and friendship and their contribution to the competition. As I have said from day one to everyone in the league, I am here to promote your club and this competition, it is that simple. Help me to do that and we are all happy. 12

13 Tribunal Dale Sayner Independent Tribunal Chairman I would like to thank all the Tribunal members who donated their valuable time this year. The Tribunal this year consisted of a minimal number of members compared to previous years and although at times the lack of numbers put pressure on the sitting members, the fi nal result was more consistency in verdicts and penalty. The sitting members this year were: Rod Evans (17) Gino Fittipaldi (5) Mark McDonald (1) Michael McNamara (12) Adrian Noble (14) Dale Sayner (18) Jim Simmonds (9) This year was not as satisfying as the previous year, which showed in the number of cases heard (88 cases compared to 46 for 2009). Not only were there more cases this season, but the seriousness of the cases increased to a level that is totally unacceptable to the WRFL. There were 21 cases that resulted in charges which breached the WRFL fair play policy and which are backed by all clubs. Unfortunately there were 9 serious kicking charges, 6 serious behind the play striking charges and 6 very serious charges relating to umpires. Of the 6 umpire charges, 4 related to junior teams. Of the 88 cases heard, 22 were directed to the under 18 competition and 10 to junior teams below under 18s. All clubs take note that the Tribunal will not tolerate this type of behavior and will hand down appropriate penalties to stamp out this type of behavior when the players and/or offi cials are found guilty. A more concerning fact last year was that the average send off /Tribunal appearance per club was 14 for the year. The alarming fact was that 2 junior clubs averaged 23 each whilst 4 Division 1 clubs and 2 Division 2 Clubs were over the 20 mark. These clubs know who they are and must start to be responsible for their behavior. There were 6 Clubs who managed to keep their totals below 10 and they must be congratulated on their discipline during the 2010 season. In 2011 the WRFL will again place a large emphasis on judicial advocate training. All clubs will be strongly urged to have a number people attend the training to ensure they are educated in best practice to present cases on behalf of the players. The Tribunal will not under any circumstance accept anymore that the clubs` Tribunal advocates don t know their duties and responsibilities when they attend to represent the club. The sessions are conducted by the tribunal chairman and members with practical experience provided through mock tribunals. I would like to thank all the clubs and umpires for the way they co-operated with the tribunal during the 2010 season. A special thanks to all the sitting Tribunal members and again to Brian Wilson who once again held the front desk together throughout the entire season. The aim of the Tribunal is to not sit. Dale Sayner Independent Tribunal Chairman James Philpot (Albion) watches on as Macauley Goring marks over Aaron Timms (Albion). 13

14 Women s Football Foundation Diana Taylor Chairperson L-R: Karen Kitchen, Kylie Buckingham, Mandi Reardon, Lisa Vann Four years ago, the WRFL Women s Football Foundation was launched by the Western Region Football League as an ambitious project which was the fi rst of its kind in Community Football. The Foundation was created with the objective of not only increasing the number of women and girls participating in Football, but to promote their role within the WRFL and the game, to provide an avenue for education and to undertake a leadership role within the wider Community. Since this point in May 2007, the Foundation has proudly had the support of the Prime Minister, The Honourable Julia Gillard, MP as its Patron. The organisation proudly stands as a leader alongside its Community partner Women s Health West, and has donated many thousands of dollars for the health education of young people in the Western Region. In 2010, the Women s Football Foundation has continued to enjoy the support of the entire WRFL community in meeting its ambitious objectives. INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEY TO LAUNCH THE SEASON The WRFL Women s Football Foundation Season Launch again provided an opportunity to celebrate the start of the Season in the company of the women of the WRFL, WRFL Offi cials, the Club Presidents, WRFL Media representatives and other members of the WRFL Community. We were honoured to have Dr Susan Alberti, Director of the Western Bulldogs, as our key note speaker for the evening. Dr Alberti shared with the audience her journey in Football and life, and we were greatly inspired by her leadership, resilience and achievements. Dr Alberti has been a tireless contributor to the Western Region community, and the leadership that she has shown in Football in recent years is without precedent. We were also delighted that the Prime Minister was able to offer her own message of best wishes and support for the Season. PREVENT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN DELIVERING THE MESSAGE In 2010, the Foundation has taken on a critical community initiative through a partnership with the Western Region Local Government Network and Women s Health West. Throughout the Season, the Foundation and these organisations have promoted the message and education associated with Preventing violence against women. Based on the success of this season and the relationships which have been forged with our Local Government partners and Women s Health West, the Foundation and the WRFL are looking forward to participating in future health initiatives which will positively impact upon the entire Western Region. WOMEN IN FOOTY WEEKEND The Women in Footy Weekend in the WRFL is an opportunity for the Foundation to raise money to support the initiatives of Women s Health West, to raise awareness of the role of women in Football and to thank the many women who are involved in our game. This year, we returned to the popular pink shoelaces for both players and spectators. An amount of $1,200 was raised for the education programs supported by Women s Health West and the Foundation, and pleasingly most Clubs were very active in their support of the day. The Hoppers Crossing Football Club held their own fundraising initiative for Women s Health West during their Ladies Day on this weekend, and also raised a signifi cant amount of money for the organisation. The Hoppers Crossing Football Club and all who participated on the day are to be congratulated for making a difference and supporting the participation of women in Football on this special weekend. L-R: Eleanor Vivoda, Rosie Michetti, Monique Ausicooo, Bianca Michetti, Tauna Michetti Family violence incidents affect 1 in 5 Victorian women during their lifetimes, and violence is the leading cause of death, disability and illness in women aged 14 to 44. The WRFL Clubs and the Foundation have actively supported this message and initiative through the media, raising the profi le of this issue over the Women in Football weekend and through the use of written material which has been prominently displayed around the WRFL Clubs. CLUB NIGHT AND WOMEN OF THE YEAR In July, the Foundation s Club Night was again a great success and was hosted by the St Albans Football Club. The attendance on this night has steadily grown over the years and it is now one of the most popular events on the Foundation s calendar. The evening provides women from around the WRFL with the opportunity to socialise, form stronger networks and through our speakers, further educate themselves about 14

15 Women s Football Foundation the opportunities that are available in football and the wider community. The St Albans Football Club and its Committee warmly welcomed the women of the WRFL to their Club, and the Foundation sincerely thanks Des Barnard, St Albans Club Manager, and everyone who attended the evening for their support. Diana Taylor and Susan Alberti We also acknowledge the WRFL s Woman of the Year, Karen Bermingham from the Yarraville Seddon Football Club. Karen has been a signifi cant contributor to the Club for a long period, and took this commitment to a new level this year by becoming the fi rst female President of the Club and the WRFL s only female Club President in Karen has shown great leadership and strength of character this year in successfully leading her Club, and we look forward to her continued contribution to the WRFL. The Foundation also wishes to acknowledge and thank the Altona Gate Shopping Centre for its very generous support of this Award and the Foundation. Susan Alberti, Diana Taylor and Peter McDougall FOUNDATION S ADVISORY GROUP AND SUPPORTERS I also wish to thank the Women s Football Foundation Advisory Group for their ongoing contribution to the Foundation. Janine Mizzi (WRFL Executive), Raeleene Eldridge (North Footscray Football Club and Trainers Association Administrator), Pam Snow (former Port Colts Football Club Administrator), Annette McLaren (Spotswood Football Club) and Narelle Lanigan have provided their guidance and continued support to the Foundation in In particular, I wish to acknowledge Raeleene Eldridge for her unwavering support and selfl ess contribution to the Foundation s activities and objectives this Season. It is not easy to take on additional activities and attend events in already busy schedules, but the Foundation s Advisory Group have done so willingly and the WRFL has greatly benefi ted from their contribution. I wish to also acknowledge the loyalty and support which have been given to me personally by these women over many years as the Foundation s Chairperson. On behalf of the Advisory Group, I also wish to thank the Foundation s Sponsors including the Altona Gate Shopping Centre and Giggles Party & Hire, Club supporters, the WRFL Media Manager Kevin Hillier and the women of the WRFL for their support of the Foundation in The Foundation has also greatly benefi ted from the support of the WRFL President, Bill Baarini, the WRFL Board and Administration throughout this Season. In particular, the Advisory Group wishes to acknowledge the leadership that Bill Baarini has shown in supporting the role of women in Football. Responsibility Policy into all Community Football Leagues. Sustainable and positive cultural change in any environment, including Football clubs, takes time and must be accompanied by the will of all participants in order to be successful. I am confi dent that the Foundation, and its support by the WRFL community, has built a strong base upon which the objectives of the Respect & Responsibility Policy will be fi rmly established and implemented across the WRFL s Clubs. This is the challenge that awaits all of us, and if the WRFL is to continue to move forward, the inclusion of all people in our great game will be a priority.. The Foundation began as an idea that has resonated and now fl ourished through the WRFL over a four year period. It has provided a voice for women in Football, enabled the WRFL Clubs to acknowledge and thank the tireless volunteers who sustain their Clubs and has supported the next generation of Western Region leaders as they begin their own journey in our Football Clubs. On refl ection and at the closure of Season 2010, I am incredibly proud of what has been achieved in such a short period of time through the Foundation and the WRFL. The Western Region is a very special place, and is to be commended for supporting an initiative which has not only made real cultural change, but has supported the lives of so many people in our Community. FUTURE OF THE FOUNDATION One of the ongoing challenges for the Foundation will be the role that it plays in AFL Victoria s anticipated integration of the AFL Respect & 15

16 Umpires Association Terry O Donnell Umpires Association Secretary Henry McFerran Umpires Association President The past season has been one of rebuilding and ensuring the future. After losing around $17000 last year due to well documented problems, we started the New Year with a lot of positives: 1. We secured a large sponsorship with West End Market Hotel which has been signed for two years and helps regain our loses. 2. We established another umpires academy at Maribyrnong College to supplement Werribee at which helped with recruiting. 3. We opened the Werribee academy to all schools in the area and increased numbers by over 100%. 4. In very positive discussions with representatives of the Executive Board we were able to come to arrangements on how the pays would be administrated and were able to obtain agreement on deductions and membership fees. This has recouped the loses from the previous year. 5. We took over the recruiting and formed a committee which resulted in over 100 extra umpires compared to the previous year. We now have the basis of a young list which will with training now ensure the future of umpiring ongoing. We are now working towards 2011 and already have secured the following: 1. Agreement to expand and retain both Werribee and Maribyrnong academies. 2. There are ongoing negotiations which appear very productive to establish a third academy to service all the schools at Caroline Springs. We believe this academy with work can be a large source of umpires and already the schools are agreeing in principle to help with this. Our aim this year is to provide all fi eld umpires to senior football and work towards providing all fi eld umpires to the juniors including under 9, 10 s. At the same time to increase the standard of football in the west we will be endeavoring to supply boundary umpires to under 18 s and 16 s.our goal umpiring needs a lot of work on recruitment and training and we will be adding focus on this aiming to provide goal umpires to all senior football including under 18 s. The Association would like to thank the cooperation of all the WRFL Executive Board and staff for the progress we have made in 2010 and look forward to Spotswood U14D Premiers 16

17 Team Numbers TEAM NUMBERS ALBANVALE ALBION Juniors ALTONA Under 18 ALTONA JUNIORS Seniors BRAYBROOK CAROLINE SPRINGS COBURG DISTRICTS DEER PARK FLEMINGTON JUNIORS GLENORDEN HOPPERS CROSSING LAVERTON NEWPORT POWER NORTH FOOTSCRAY NORTH SUNSHINE OLD WESTBOURNE PARKSIDE POINT COOK PORT MELBOURNE COLTS SPOTSWOOD ST ALBANS ST BERNARDS SUNSHINE SUNSHINE HEIGHTS WERRIBEE CENTRALS WERRIBEE JUNIORS WEST FOOTSCRAY WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS WYNDHAMVALE FALCONS WYNDHAMVALE JUNIORS YARRAVILLE SEDDON 17

18 2010 Awards Allan Titch Williams (Albion) GOAL UMPIRE OF THE YEAR Derek Polden BOUNDARY UMPIRE OF THE YEAR Josh Mather FIELD UMPIRE OF THE YEAR Tim Carrington LEADING GOAL KICKERS DIV 1 Mark Keenan Goals (Spotswood) DIVI 1 RES Faissal Taleb - 57 goals (Sunshine Heights) DIV 2 Michael Lubke - 71 goals (Wyndhamvale Falcons) DIV 2 RES Althol Jetta - 50 goals (Albanvale) UNDER 18A Corey Irving - 61 goals (Altona) UNDER18B Matthew Attard - 77 goals (St Albans) MEDIA AWARD - John Purches (Albanvale) WRFL UNSUNG HERO AWARD - Brad Nyman (Coburg Districts) PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR - Allan Titch Williams (Albion) LINDSAY PATCHING MEMORIAL CLUB OFFICIAL OF THE YEAR Tony White (Caroline Springs) ALTONA GATE WOMEN OF THE YEAR NOMINEES Debbie Jackman Albion Jenny Walshe Spotswood Karen Bermingham Yarraville Seddon ALTONA GATE WOMEN OF THE YEAR Karen Bermingham Yarraville Seddon WILSON SECURITY CLUB OF THE YEAR TOP 5 North Footscray 1160 points 5th place Coburg Districts 1180 points 4th place Sunshine 1280 points Equal 1st place Sunshine Heights 1280 points Equal 1st place Altona Juniors 1280 points Equal 1st place BRIDGESTONE TYRES ROOKIE OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS Sam Stevens Albion Harley McKenzie Spotswood Alex Vivoda Altona Todd Finco Albion Brendan Cassar Albanvale BRIDGESTONE TYRES ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Sam Stevens - Albion Tony White (Caroline Springs) Sam Stevens - Albion Karen Bermingham Yarraville Seddon Brad Nyman (Coburg Districts) 18

19 Junior Interleague Results UNDER 12 S EDFL def WRFL EDFL def RDFL UNDER 13 S EDFL def RDFL EDFL def WRFL UNDER 14 S DIV 2 - VIC METRO CHAMPIONSHIPS EDFL def by WRFL UNDER 16 EDFL def WRFL UNDER 18 EDFL def WRFL UNDER 16 S RDFL def WRFL UNDER 18 S RDFL def WRFL UNDER 14A ROUND 1 WRFL def. by MSJFL WRFL Goal Kickers: L. Knight, J. Blake, M. Horsley, C. Nolan, Z. O Halloran Best Players: M. Norton, J. Patty, M. De Leur, J. Blake, L. McMahon, T. Plese ROUND 2 NFL def. by WRFL WRFL Goal Kickers: L. McMahon 5, D. Rainbow 4, M. Parkinson 3, S. Ismail, J. Pettitt Best Players: D. Rainbow, J. Blake, J. Patty, M. Norton, J. Pettitt, M. De Leur ROUND 3 RDFL def. by WRFL WRFL Goal Kickers: Z. O Halloran 2, D. Rainbow 2, L. McMahon 2, A. Zahraman, M. Burton, J. Shell Best Players: S. Ismail, M. Burton, J. Blake, M. De Leur, J. Patty, C. Sullivan UNDER 14 B ROUND 1 EDFL def. by WRFL WRFL Goal Kickers: W. Donaldson 3, S. Cehic 2, B. Ferrari 2, B. Malual, T. Padgett, J. Martin, J. Farrugia Best Players: W. Donaldson, B. Monk, S. Cehic, T. Padgett, J. Cairns, N. Faust ROUND 2 NFL def. by WRFL WRFL Goal Kickers: P. Manivong 5, A. Limina 2, D. Littleton 2, J. Farrugia 2, J. Martin Best Players: A. Limina, D. Littleton, P. Manivong, J. Cairns, W. Isaacs, J. Farrugia ROUND 3 WRFL def. by EFL WRFL Goal Kickers: D. Littleton, B. Ferrari, P. Manivong, W. Pasznyk, B. Monk, A. El Sabsabi Best Players: M. Norton, B. Monk, D. Littleton, M. Boyle, J. Cairns, T. Padgett UNDER 15 A ROUND 1 WRFL def. by EFL WRFL Goal Kickers: D. Sloman 2, W. Krithararis, J. Taylor, H. King Best Players: H. Weston-Armstrong, W. Krithararis, D. Sloman, E. Yondemli, H. King, J. Ewer ROUND 2 MSJFL def. WRFL WRFL Goal Kickers: J. Ewer 2 Best Players: J. Ewer, J. Robinson, D. Sloman, H. King, W. Krithararis, H. Azzopardi ROUND 3 WRFL def. by RDFL WRFL Goal Kickers: B. Moore, M. Huckstepp, E. Yondemli Best Players: D. Sloman, J. Ewer, E. Yondemli, H. King, H. Weston-Armstrong UNDER 15 B ROUND 1 WRFL def. by MSJFL ROUND 2 DDJFL def. WRFL WRFL Goal Kickers: J. Crofton 2, A. Mifsud, W. Ostrowsky, D. Fraser, M. Appleby, M. Dumbleton, B. Kuypers Best Players: A. Court, T. Madden, M. Maglogiannis, M. Dumbleton, W. Ostrowsky, J. Crofton ROUND 3 NFL def. WRFL WRFL Goal Kickers: M. Appleby 3, C. Utri 2, M. Maglogiannis, K. Gilbert, D. Fraser, W. Ostrowsky Best Players: M. Appleby, B. Kuypers, W. Ostrowsky, T. Madden, C. Utri, M. Maglogiannis U14 Interleague Squad 19

20 Junior Grand Final Results 11B 12C 12A 13A 14C 14A 16C 16A Hoppers Crossing Williamstown Juniors HOPPERS CROSSING: Goal Kickers: T. Jehle 4, N. Jones 2, E. Tekin, A. Poland, R. Kitchen Best Players: B. Jago, A. Presnell, H. Jess, M. Appleby, L. Thorpe, J. Bentley WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: J. Costello 5 Best Players: S. McHugh, J. Costello, D. Iaccarino, J. Rycroft, S. Georgiovski, J. Schroder Altona Juniors St Bernards ALTONA JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: K. Pickard 3, L. Butler 3, J. Febey, P. Manivong, J. Marlais, K. Gilbert, D. O Leary, D. Vanspall Best Players: D. O Leary, L. Butler, J. Goetz, M. Norton, K. Pickard, B. Moore ST BERNARD S: Goal Kickers: B. Nathan 2, T. Madden 2, T. Saundry, C. Utri, P. Moloney Best Players: M. De Leur, T. Saundry, S. Woods, T. Madden, C. Utri, Z. O Halloran Werribee Juniors Hoppers Crossing WERRIBEE JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: M. Parkinson 3, J. Shell 2, O. Eren, C. Sullivan, T. Mallia, C. Yeoell Best Players: B. Monk, C. Sullivan, C. Craig, J. Shell, M. Parkinson, J. Patty HOPPERS CROSSING: Goal Kickers: D. Rainbow 3, L. McMahon, J. Hamilton, H. Bray Best Players: B. Christopoulos, R. Keegan, L. McMahon, C. Guy, L. Furniss, K. Galley Werribee Juniors Old Westbourne WERRIBEE JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: Y. Afi f 4, A. Mifsud 3, A. Habib 2, B. Oakford 2, M. Jansen Best Players: J. Hudson, J. Keogh, J. McMorrow, Y. Afi f, J. Edgecombe, B. McMorrow OLD WESTBOURNE: Goal Kickers: M. Howe 3, A. Zahraman 2 Best Players: M. Howe, L. Joyce, K. Penaluna, M. Case, C. Harkin, C. Nobilo St Bernard s Altona Juniors ST BERNARD S: Goal Kickers: B. Davies 3, D. Morabito 2, J. Taylor Best Players: A. Tsambardas, B. Davies, B. Ronke, D. Morabito, M. Diamandis, A. Attard ALTONA JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: Y. El Hawli 3, A. Zammit 2, J. Mountney Best Players: J. Mountney, A. Nikolovski, A. Zammit, L. Allen, S. Szanyi, B. O Leary Hoppers Crossing St Bernard s HOPPERS CROSSING: Goal Kickers: B. Razlog 2, B. Kitchen 2, C. Pepi Best Players: B. Razlog, N. Poland, R. Kitchen, M. Grubb, C. Pepi, A. Rowe ST BERNARD S: Goal Kickers: L. Holland 2, L. Beddoe, A. Birch, L. Millet Best Players: H. Jaggard, A. Sykes, L. Holland, J. Farrell, C. Bibby, J. Thorogood Sunshine Glenorden SUNSHINE: Goal Kickers: J. Georseski, L. Frahm, T. Buttigieg Best Players: Z. Hayes, J. Kessegian, L. Frahm, N. Millar, J. Georseski, D. Linnell GLENORDEN: Goal Kickers: M. Almatrah 2, L. Rainbow Best Players: M. Almatrah, L. Rainbow, S. Pringle, S. Gibbon, B. Bartlett, J. Treganowan Wyndhamvale Juniors Hoppers Crossing WYNDHAMVALE JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: M. Kelly 2, J. Gilmore, C. Parker, B. Young, M. Bragg Best Players: M. Bragg, J. Taylor, L. Kumar, J. Gilmore, J. Mould, M. Kelly HOPPERS CROSSING: Goal Kickers: L. Grant 4, C. McPherson 2, C. Savage 2, L. Timms, B. Pedrina, M. Hill, K. Tuaine Best Players: L. Grant, J. Sardi, C. Savage, Z. Donazzon, R. Freeman, B. Stavrou 16B 16D 14B 14D 13B 12B 11A Hoppers Crossing Wyndhamvale Juniors HOPPERS CROSSING: Goal Kickers: L. Henderson 2, B. Grech 2, A. Krizanovic, J. Vella, A. Maddalena Best Players: A. Maddalena, J. Furniss, M. Del Re, J. Farley, J. Vella, L. Henderson WYNDHAMVALE JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: L. Fleming 4, J. Battistin 3, L. Paul, J. Southall Best Players: J. Whitehouse, C. Morrow, M. Burton, Z. Wilson, L. Fleming, A. Balchan St Albans Williamstown Juniors ST ALBANS: Goal Kickers: A. Michetti 2, M. Michetti 2, N. Kennedy Cunnington, M. Habouchi, C. Calder Best Players: D. Farrugia, M. Michetti, J. White, C. Knox, J. Gagula, C. Calder WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: J. Dawson 2, H. Barnett 2, J. Gittins, S. Mcvernon, E. Bordas, G. Daaboul Best Players: H. Barnett, J. Burrage, N. Harkins, R. Bound, D. Caiger, J. Connolly Caroline Springs Point Cook CAROLINE SPRINGS: Goal Kickers: N. Aidonis 2, Z. Grabovic 2, K. Maschewski, D. Delacey, N. Knuckey, N. Sanfi lippo, B. Xavier, C. McKenzie Best Players: D. D Cruz, N. Aidonis, Z. Grabovic, B. Xavier, N. Knuckey, K. Maschewski POINT COOK: Goal Kickers: C. Van Dullemen 3, T. Burton 2, C. Day, C. Hobbins, J. Aquilina, B. Foley Best Players: C. Hobbins, J. Banks, B. Dimech, C. Day, M. Foley, A. Sagona Spotswood Williamstown Juniors SPOTSWOOD: Goal Kickers: S. Abdo 2, B. Buttigieg-Clarke 2, T. Bouris 2, S. Saaoud, J. Matty, C. Graham-Malcolm, M. Formosa Best Players: B. Dennaoui, S. Abdo, R. Kane, M. Xydias, S. Saaoud, J. Johnstone WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: L. Mandato, D. Schwarze, D. Hammersley Best Players: T. Purves, K. Harty, N. Ebinger, D. Schwarze, T. Hartson, J. Hazeldine Willaimstown Juniors Blue Willaimstown Juniors Yellow WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS BLUE: Goal Kickers: L. Goetz 2, J. Beilby 2, N. Mullaly 2 Best Players: W. Chan, J. Temby, B. Hodge, C. Bettiol, J. Beilby, G. Williams WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS YELLOW: Goal Kickers: L. Ridout, J. Davies, S. Georgiou, O. Boyce Best Players: L. Ridout, H. Fithall, J. Outen, J. Davies, N. Tang, L. Kennedy Flemington Juniors Newport Power FLEMINGTON JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: J. Munari 2, K. Zaydan 2, E. Seiderman, R. Welsh, S. Horton, H. Rocke Best Players: H. Rocke, L. McSweeney, E. Seiderman, G. Hawkins, L. Czajko, T. Ramsay NEWPORT POWER: Goal Kickers: J. Teal, B. Johnston, G. Abboud, W. Parker Best Players: W. Parker, D. Sexton, T. Van Rooden, F. Sumner, C. El-Dannani, B. Johnston Caroline Springs Williamstown Juniors CAROLINE SPRINGS: Goal Kickers: J. Borg 3, S. Tui, D. Arthur, S. Agius Best Players: P. Hunt, J. Borg, D. Arandez, M. Tessari, S. Tui, W. Markovski WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS: Goal Kickers: J. Smith 2, B. Valdez 2, H. Jennings Best Players: H. Jennings, J. Noonan, C. Gibson, N. Noye, A. Edwards, B. Valdez 20

21 Junior Ladders TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC Pts TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC Pts ST ALBANS SPOTSWOOD HOPPERS CROSSING WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS A WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS SPOTSWOOD WERRIBEE JUNIORS POINT COOK CAROLINE SPRINGS ALBION D POINT COOK WERRIBEE JUNIORS ST BERNARD S ALTONA JUNIORS HOPPERS CROSSING WERRIBEE CENTRALS ST BERNARD S ALTONA JUNIORS TEAM P W D L B For Ag PC PC WON ST BERNARD S B TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC Pts WYNDHAMVALE JUNIORS HOPPERS CROSSING WERRIBEE CENTRALS NORTH FOOTSCRAY FLEMINGTON JUNIORS DEER PARK OLD WESTBOURNE A&B ALTONA JUNIORS CAROLINE SPRINGS RED YARRAVILLE SEDDON NEWPORT POWER WILLIAMSTOWN JRS YELLOW WILLIAMSTOWN JRS BLUE POINT COOK PARKSIDE ALBANVALE GLENORDEN TEAM P W D L B For Ag PC PC WON 16C TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC Pts ALTONA JUNIORS SUNSHINE HEIGHTS SUNSHINE ST BERNARD S WERRIBEE JUNIORS YARRAVILLE SEDDON A HOPPERS CROSSING WERRIBEE JUNIORS ST BERNARD S WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS YARRAVILLE SEDDON SPOTSWOOD WERRIBEE CENTRALS POINT COOK SPOTSWOOD ALTONA JUNIORS WERRIBEE CENTRALS TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC PC WON 16D TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC PC WON POINT COOK WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS ST ALBANS WERRIBEE JUNIORS HOPPERS CROSSING WYNDHAMVALE JUNIORS CAROLINE SPRINGS WERRIBEE CENTRALS ALTONA JUNIORS B NEWPORT POWER NORTH FOOTSCRAY FLEMINGTON JUNIORS CAROLINE SPRINGS DEER PARK WYNDHAMVALE JUNIORS ST ALBANS ALBION WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS WERRIBEE JUNIORS PORT MELBOURNE COLTS OLD WESTBOURNE TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC Pts WERRIBEE JUNIORS TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC PC WON HOPPERS CROSSING HOPPERS CROSSING A WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS SPOTSWOOD ALTONA JUNIORS DEER PARK ST BERNARD S WERRIBEE CENTRALS C SUNSHINE GLENORDEN ST BERNARD S ST ALBANS WERRIBEE CENTRALS POINT COOK FLEMINGTON JUNIORS B TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC Pts CAROLINE SPRINGS YARRAVILLE SEDDON POINT COOK WERRIBEE JUNIORS ST ALBANS ALBION A TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC PC WON CAROLINE SPRINGS WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS WERRIBEE JUNIORS YARRAVILLE SEDDON SPOTSWOOD POINT COOK GLENORDEN ST BERNARD S FLEMINGTON JUNIORS HOPPERS CROSSING NORTH FOOTSCRAY WYNDHAMVALE JUNIORS NEWPORT POWER ALTONA JUNIORS C TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC Pts HOPPERS CROSSING WERRIBEE JUNIORS OLD WESTBOURNE SUNSHINE WERRIBEE CENTRALS WEST FOOTSCRAY DEER PARK CAROLINE SPRINGS B TEAM P W L D B For Ag PC PC WON WYNDHAMVALE JUNIORS OLD WESTBOURNE HOPPERS CROSSING ST BERNARD S WERRIBEE CENTRALS CAROLINE SPRINGS WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS POINT COOK YARRAVILLE SEDDON

22 Senior Grand Final Results DIV 1 SENIORS ALBION def SPOTSWOOD ALBION Goal Kickers: S. Pearce 5, S. Bloomfi eld 3, J. Stephens 2, J. Watts, M. Smith, D. Morris, D. Bonnici Best Players: J. Haldane, M. Smith, J. Watts, G. Manton, J. Thompson, S. Pearce SPOTSWOOD Goal Kickers: M. Keenan 2, N. Dumbleton 2, A. Jawad 2, B. Pope 2, B. Kelly, L. Sinnott, L. McGhie Best Players: D. Mangan, L. McGhie, R. Noye, B. Kelly, M. Lewis, S. Sayers DIV 1 RESERVES ALBION def SPOTSWOOD ALBION Goal Kickers: J. Green 2, J. Carman 2, M. Turner 2, S. Glenn 2, D. Dorazio, A. Knezevic, M. Gauci Best Players: C. Bull, K. Male, A. Knezevic, J. McPherson, J. Carman, K. Upton SPOTSWOOD Goal Kickers: M. Taylor 5, J. Hucker 2, T. Delaney, A. Bond, V. Smart Best Players: T. Delaney, J. Hinds, T. Browne, M. Ergunen, N. Jones, J. Hucker 18A HOPPERS CROSSING def SPOTSWOOD HOPPERS CROSSING Goal Kickers: J. Dorgan 2, M. Poland 2, J. Allan, J. Bistisi, J. Ramsay, M. Nozzolillo, C. Ball Best Players: J. Doughty, J. Dorgan, T. Weybury, M. Poland, K. Butty, J. Moody SPOTSWOOD Goal Kickers: L. Ryan 2, M. El-Hawli 2, B. Walshe 2, J. Charleston, Y. Kaddour, C. Neville Best Players: C. Mangan, Y. Kaddour, A. Quinn, A. Hall, W. Overton -Skinner, M. Lynch DIV 2 SENIORS NTH FOOTSCRAY def PARKSIDE NTH FOOTSCRAY Goal Kickers: D. Neville 3, S. Kater 2, B. Lucas 2, S. Eldridge, R. Davis, M. Lanciana, C. Aspiotis Best Players: S. Kater, S. Devlin, N. Richardson, S. Eldridge, P. MacZohan, D. Neville PARKSIDE Goal Kickers: M. Burrows 2, A. El Hawli 2, N. Juegan 2, P. Krueger, T. Tyrrell, J. Jamieson, M. Khartabil Best Players: N. Juegan, T. Tyrrell, M. Burrows, J. Storey, C. Thompson, C. Muratore DIV 2 RESERVES ALBANVALE def Y VILLE SEDDON ALBANVALE Goal Kickers: A. Jetta 3, J. Kormoczi 3, P. Adams 2, J. Formosa 2, P. Growcott, D. Formosa, R. Matthews, C. Basaraba, J. Brook, M. Bassi Best Players: B. Duffy, M. Keenan, P. Growcott, J. Brook, A. Jetta, S. Mitchell YARRAVILLE SEDDON Goal Kickers: A. Donaldson 3, K. Ryan 2, P. Wilson Best Players: B. Powell, T. Matheson, H. Clarke, J. Connors, N. Kelly, S. Howlett 18B NTH FOOTSCRAY def. by ST ALBANS NTH FOOTSCRAY Goal Kickers: J. Duncan, A. Vukovic, C. Topalidis, N. Kurzem, A. O Connor Best Players: N. Bushell, K. O Connor, A. Robinson, J. DePalma, C. Tishler, C. Topalidis ST ALBANS Goal Kickers: M. Attard 4, J. Wild 2, J. Watson 2, A. King 2, D. Geraghty, M. Krajina, P. Trowsdale Best Players: M. Sosnowski, D. Geraghty, J. Wild, P. Trowsdale, S. Whiteside, A. Sullivan Senior Ladders POS TEAM P W L D For Ag PC Pts 1 SPOTSWOOD ALBION SUNSHINE ST ALBANS ALTONA PORT MELB COLTS HOPPERS CROSSING SUNSHINE HEIGHTS GLENORDEN WEST FOOTSCRAY POS TEAM P W L For Ag PC Pts DIV 1 SENIORS DIV 2 SENIORS 1 NORTH FOOTSCRAY ALBANVALE PARKSIDE DEER PARK YARRAVILLE SEDDON COBURG DISTRICTS WYNDHAMVALE FALCONS BRAYBROOK LAVERTON MAGPIES NORTH SUNSHINE DIV 1 RESERVES POS TEAM P W L D For Ag PC Pts 1 SPOTSWOOD ALBION SUNSHINE ALTONA PORT MELB COLTS GLENORDEN ST ALBANS HOPPERS CROSSING SUNSHINE HEIGHTS WEST FOOTSCRAY DIV 2 RESERVES POS TEAM P W L D For Ag PC Pts 1 ALBANVALE YARRAVILLE SEDDON PARKSIDE NORTH FOOTSCRAY LAVERTON MAGPIES COBURG DISTRICTS WYNDHAMVALE FALCONS DEER PARK BRAYBROOK NORTH SUNSHINE POS TEAM P W L D For Ag PC Pts 1 HOPPERS CROSSING ALTONA ALBION SPOTSWOOD WYNDHAMVALE FALCONS POINT COOK WILLIAMSTOWN JNRS PORT MELB COLTS POS TEAM P W D L B For Ag Pts 1 NORTH FOOTSCRAY ST ALBANS DEER PARK GLENORDEN SUNSHINE HOPPERS CROSSING LAVERTON MAGPIES NORTH SUNSHINE CAROLINE SPRINGS PARKSIDE ALTONA WYNDHAMVALE FALCONS UNDER 18A UNDER 18B 22

23 2010 Best & Fairest Winners DIVISION NAME CLUB VOTES Division 1 Seniors Timothy Jenkins St Albans 22 Division 1 Reserves Anthony Hodgetts Altona 15 Division 2 Seniors Luke Summers Deer Park 25 Division 2 Reserves Paul Growcott Albanvale 19 Under 18A Joshua McPherson Albion 17 Under 18B Jamie Cameron North Sunshine 28 11A Bailey Siwek Werribee Juniors 29 11B Jayme Gilmore Wyndhamvale Juniors 22 12A Brayden Kitchen Hoppers Crossing 20 Matthew Knezevic Werribee Juniors 20 12B Mark Galea Deer Park 26 Wynton Parker Newport Power 26 12C Xavier Cassar Hoppers Crossing 22 13A Brandon Davies St Bernard`s 24 14A Pele Manivong Altona Juniors 28 14B Wayne Donaldson Glenorden 22 14C Joseph Blake Sunshine 39 14D Anthony Esposito Werribee Juniors 15 16A Mohammed Zahraman Spotswood 21 16B Charles Craig Flemington Juniors 20 16C Thomas Madden St Bernard`s 19 16D Hayden Barnett Williamstown Juniors 23 OUR BEST & FAIREST TEAM 2010 BACK (L TO R): Brandon Davies (13 St Bernard`s), Hayden Barnett (16D Williamstown Juniors), Charles Craig (16B Flemington Juniors), Joseph Blake (14C Sunshine), Mohammed Zahraman (16A Spotswood),Pele Manivong (14A Altona Juniors). MIDDLE (L TO R): Xavier Cassar (12C Hoppers Crossing), Jamie Cameron (18B North Sunshine), Luke Summers (Div 2 Sen Deer Park), Timothy Jenkins (Div 1 Sen St Albans),Paul Growcott (Div 2 Res Albanvale), Anthony Hodgetts (Div 1 Res Altona), Joshua McPherson (18B Albion). FRONT (L TO R): Mark Galea (12B Deer Park), Matthew Knezevic (12A Werribee Juniors),Braydon Kitchen (12A Hoppers Crossing), Bailey Siwek (11A Werribee Juniors), Wyntyn Parker (12B Newport Power), Jayme Gilmore (11B Wyndhamvale Juniors), Anthony Esposito (14D Werribee Juniors). 23

24 Treasurer Dominic Drenen WRFL Treasurer The fi nancial year presented the WRFL Executive Board with several budgetary challenges. I am pleased to report that those challenges were met responsibly and that we have fi nished the year with a strong balance sheet. Importantly, we have also implemented a range of improvements to our fi nancial management and reporting processes. For the fourth consecutive year, the WRFL has returned an operating surplus (before accounting for abnormal items). Abnormal expenses of $123,047 were booked due to writing-off of leasehold improvements and obsolete equipment at the former Yarraville Oval headquarters. A further abnormal expense totalling $19,095 representing costs attributable to previous fi nancial years was identifi ed in a review of the ledger accounts; while income of $3,898 attributable to previous years but not previously reported was received. In May 2010, we relocated the administration headquarters of the League from Yarraville Oval to Whitten Oval. Total costs (excluding abnormals) associated with the relocation were $57,852 ($10,515 recurrent and $47,337 capital). The profi t and loss account for shows a recurrent expense of $515, as a $10,000 provision for the relocation was booked in Financial assistance of $30,000 (see other income) was received from Maribyrnong City Council in connection with the relocation costs. The move to Whitten Oval has resulted in previously unbudgeted costs of approximately $23,000 per annum in rental and associated outgoings. We are confi dent that these costs can be covered by the proceeds of investment of cash reserves, a process that was successfully initiated during the fi nancial year. During the period under review the League changed its fi nancial year end date from 30 September to 31 October, to better refl ect the seasonal nature of the League s operations. As a result, the current period amounts are representative of thirteen months and the comparatives are for a period of twelve months. It is estimated that operating expenses of approximately $35,000 were incurred in the additional month added to the reporting period. The net outcome for the 13 months to 31 Octoberber 2010 was an operating surplus, before abnormals, of $9,116. After accounting for abnormals, an operating defi cit of $129,128 is reported. A major achievement of the fi nancial year was the overhaul of administrative staff and support resources; and implementation of a range of improvements to our fi nancial management and reporting processes. This has already paid dividends in terms of improved communication and service levels to clubs and will assist us in a more structured approach to fi nancial planning and reporting going forward. In 2011 we will focus on increasing revenue to the League (particularly through sponsorship); and further refi ning and expanding our Properties model. In accordance with our new Strategic Plan, the aim will be to reduce the level of direct contributions required from member clubs to fund the League s operations. Financial Report CASH FLOW STATEMENT FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31 OCTOBER Mths $ 12 Mths $ CASH FLOWS FROM THE OPERATING ACTIVITIES Cash Receipts in the course of operations 1,576,770 1,351,870 Interest received 6,487 1,297 Cash Payments in the course of operations (1,577,087) (1,375,867) Net cash provided by / (used in) operating activities Note 4 6,170 (22,700) CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES Payments for assets (80,200) (7,274) Receipts for sale of assets 22,981 - Net cash provided by / (used in) investing activities (57,219) (7,274) Net increase / (decrease) in cash held (51,049) (29,974) Cash at beginning of fi nancial year 499, ,571 Cash at end of financial year 448, ,597 24

25 Financial Report BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31 OCTOBER Oct Sept $ $ ASSETS Current Assets: Cash On Hand 21, ,072 Cash Investments 427,173 30,525 Trade Debtors 69,784 61,212 Other Current Debtors 14,200 0 Total Current Assets 532, ,809 Other Assets: Prepayments 8,484 5,713 Stock of Footballs at AVS 5,512 0 Total Other Assets 13,996 5,713 NON-CURRENT ASSETS NOTE 2 Offi ce Equipment 9,139 15,704 Motor Vehicles 28,207 28,783 Computer Equipment 754 5,305 Leasehold improvements 49, ,193 Furniture & Fittings 2,523 0 Total Non-Current Assets 90, ,985 Total Assets 637, ,507 LIABILITIES Current Liabilities: Creditors and Accruals 122,982 65,200 GST Liabilities (6,580) 31,613 Payroll Liabilities 5,578 13,760 Provision for Annual Leave 16,484 14,930 Bank Loan 3,119 0 Total Current Liabilities 141, ,503 NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES Fidelity Bond Holders 25,500 25,000 Club & Player Bonds 7,400 4,900 Accumulated Interest 7,456 7,456 Bank Loan 4,630 0 Total Non-Current Liabilities 44,986 37,356 Total Liabilities 186, ,859 NET ASSETS 450, ,648 EQUITY Retained Earnings 570, ,376 Current Year Surplus (Defi cit) (129,128) 25,272 Asset Revaluation Reserve 9,000 0 Total Equity 450, ,648 25

26 Financial Report INCOME & EXPENDITURE STATEMENT FOR 13 MONTH PERIOD ENDED 31 OCTOBER Mths $ 12 Mths $ INCOME Properties Division sales 458, ,901 Cost of Sales: Purchases 458, ,316 Freight charges 18 9 Supplier rebates (67,731) (63,483) 390, ,842 Properties Division Gross Profit 67,713 71,059 OTHER INCOME AFL Victoria talent development grant 39,593 39,023 Commissions 1, Finals - Gate Receipts 140, ,115 Finals - Hosting Fees 26,525 21,886 Finals - Other 10,227 0 Finals - Record Advertising 4, Finals - Record Sales 7,260 0 Finals - Video production sales 2,295 5,091 Functions 8,028 6,000 Interest Received 13,660 1,297 Junior Interleague 27,022 26,026 Management Fees 643, ,325 Other income 46,092 39,973 Penalties & Fines 14,175 20,635 Profi t/(loss) on sale of assets (3,380) 0 Sponsorship 78,145 87,245 Trainers courses Women in Football Weekend 6,292 0 TOTAL INCOME 1,133, ,754 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 1,124, ,482 OPERATING SURPLUS BEFORE ABNORMAL ITEMS 9,116 25,272 Income attributable to previous years 3,898 0 Expenses attributable to previous years (19,095) 0 Write off assets no longer held (123,047) 0 TOTAL ABNORMAL ITEMS (138,244) 0 OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) INCLUDING ABNORMAL ITEMS (129,128) 25,272 26

27 OPERATING EXPENSES Mths $ 12 Mths $ Football Expenses: Advertising Accreditation Awards 3,944 4,800 Finals 163, ,966 Fixturing 2,790 0 Fun Day - Junior Insurance - Football 80,379 82,286 Interleague - Junior 33,637 26,601 Printing & Stationery 8,346 13,887 Record Books - Cost 38,945 43,332 Trainers Courses (SMA) 150 1,191 Tribunal 3,194 7,274 Umpires 267, , , ,523 General Expenses: Accounting services 35,357 0 Advertising 2, Audit Fees 4,000 1,800 Bank Charges 1, Car allowance 11,385 0 Cleaning & services (offi ce) 1,182 1,000 Computer Expenses 6,132 4,164 Consulting Fees 16,635 17,010 Depreciation 16,216 13,831 Functions 35,376 40,271 Hire Charges Honorariums 5,641 6,591 Insurance - Business 1,512 2,333 Interest 0 50 Judiciary & Investigation Expenses Legal Fees 3,251 9,196 Light & Power 2,565 2,289 Media 45,695 46,899 Meeting expenses 8,682 0 Miscellaneous expenses Motor Vehicle Expenses 9,498 13,966 Offi ce Supplies 5,079 3,824 Parking & Toll Fees 1,177 1,489 Photography 1, Postage Rates, Taxes, Permits & Licences Relocation Expenses Rental - Computers Rental - Offi ce & Outgoings 11,191 0 Repairs & Maintenance 23 1,198 Security Sponsorship Costs 1,105 2,342 Staff Training & Planning Telephone & Internet 11,189 15,479 Tributes Uniforms & Employee Amenities 711 2,496 Wages, Salaries & On-costs 266, ,961 Waste Removal Women s Foundation 6,308 3,422 Women s Foundation (WRFL donation) 5, , ,959 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 1,124, ,482 27

28 Financial Report NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR PERIOD ENDED 31 OCTOBER SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES These fi nancial statements are a special purpose fi nancial report prepared in order to satisfy the fi nancial reporting requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act 1981, for use by the members of the League and to fulfi l the board s requirements to prepare fi nancial statements. The fi nancial statements have been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act 1981 and the following Accounting Standards: AASB 101 Presentation of Financial Statements AASB 107 Cash Flow Statements AASB 108 Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates and Errors AASB 110 Events after the Reporting Period AASB 116 Property, Plant and Equipment AASB 117 Leases AASB 118 Revenue AASB 1031 Materiality No other applicable Accounting Standards, Australian Accounting Interpretations or other authoritative pronouncements of the Australian Accounting Standards Board have been applied. The fi nancial statements have been prepared on an accruals basis and are based on historic costs and do not take into account changing money values or, except where specifi cally stated, current valuations. The fi nancial statements have been prepared on a going concern basis. The following signifi cant accounting policies have been adopted in the preparation of these fi nancial statements and consistently applied to all periods covered. PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT Items of property, plant and equipment are carried at cost or fair value less, where applicable, any accumulated depreciation and impairment loss. Subsequent costs are included in the asset s carrying amount or recognised as a separate asset, as appropriate, only when it is probable that future economic benefi ts associated with the item will fl ow to the association and the cost of the item can be measured reliably. All other repairs and maintenance are charged to the income and expenditure statement during the fi nancial period in which they are incurred. Gains and losses on disposal of an item of property, plant & equipment are determined by comparing the proceeds from disposal with the carrying amount, and are recognised net within other income in the income and expenditure statement. DEPRECIATION Depreciation is calculated on the depreciable amount of all fi xed assets over their useful lives commencing from time the asset is held ready for use. The depreciation methods and rates used for each class of assets are as follows: Offi ce Equipment Diminishing value method 15% to 20% Motor Vehicles Diminishing value method 18.75% Computer Equipment Diminishing value method 40% Leasehold lmprovements Straight line over 3 lease terms (9 years) Furniture & Fittings Diminishing value method 7.5% to 20% Depreciation methods, useful lives and residual values are reviewed at each fi nancial year end and adjusted if appropriate. LEASES Operating leases do not transfer substantially all the risks and benefi ts incidental to ownership of an asset. Payments made under an operating lease are recognised in the expenditure statement on a straight line basis over the term of the lease. The leased assets are not recognised in the balance sheet of the association. INVENTORIES Inventories are measured at the lower of cost and net realisable value. The cost is based on the fi rst in, fi rst out principle and includes expenditure incurred in acquiring the inventories and other costs associated with bringing them to their existing location and condition. Net realisable value is the estimated selling price in the ordinary course of business, less the estimated selling expenses. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Provision is made for the association s liability for employee benefi ts arising from services rendered by employees to balance date. Employee benefi ts that are expected to be settled within one year have been measured at the amounts expected to be paid when the liability is settled, plus related on-costs. INCOME TAX The League has been granted an income tax exemption by the Australian Taxation Offi ce. GOODS AND SERVICES TAX Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST), except where the amount of GST incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Taxation Offi ce. In these circumstances, the GST is recognised as part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of the expense. Receivables and payables are stated with amount of GST included. The net amount of GST recoverable or payable to the Australian Taxation Offi ce is included as a current asset or liability in the balance sheet. REVENUE RECOGNITION Property Division Sales Property Division Sales represent revenue earned from the sale of products to member clubs. Revenue is recorded when the goods are despatched. Interest Income Interest Income is recognised as it accrues. Management Fees Management Fees represent revenue earned from charges to member clubs used to fund the provision of services (including but not limited to umpires). 28

29 Financial Report Asset Sales The profi t or loss on disposal of assets is included as revenue of the association. Such profi t or loss on disposal of assets is brought to account at the date an unconditional contract of sale is signed. During the period ended 31 October 2010 the League re-located its offi ces from Yarraville Oval to Whitten Oval which resulted in the write off of assets no longer used by the League. The loss from this write off is separately disclosed as an abnormal item in the income and expenditure statement. COMPARATIVE AMOUNTS It should be noted that at a meeting of the Committee of Management during the year, the League changed its year end date from 30 September to 31 October, to better account for the seasonal nature of the League s operations. As a result the current period amounts are representative of thirteen months and the comparatives are for a period of twelve months. However, given the nature of the operations of the association being seasonal, it is not considered that the comparable nature of the comparatives has been compromised. There have been some comparative fi gures that have been adjusted to conform with changes in presentation for the current fi nancial year. 2. PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT Movement in Carrying Amounts Offi ce Motor Computer Leasehold Furniture Equipment Vehicles Equipment Improvements & Fittings Total Net Carrying Amount As at 1 October ,241 35,426 5, , ,539 Additions 5, ,101 Depreciation (1,946) (6,643) (2,086) (3,082) (76) (13,833) As at 30 September ,396 28,783 5, , ,984 Additions 2,176 31, ,424 2,407 89,200 Disposals (5,104) (26,107) (2,705) (115,491) - (149,407) Depreciation (3,329) (6,197) (2,311) (4,187) (192) (16,216) As at 31 October ,139 28, ,938 2,523 90, OPERATING LEASES The League has two operating leases one for the rental of the offi ce and one for computer equipment. OFFICES: There has been a Memorandum of Understanding signed by the League as sub-leasee to Western Bulldogs Football Club (who are currently negotiating a lease with the Victorian State Government.) It provides for terms of 3 years with seven 3 year options totalling 21 years. Rental is reviewed annually in May and is subject to a CPI increase. For the purposes of this note, a CPI increase each year of 3.5% has been assumed. COMPUTER EQUIPMENT: The operating lease for the computer equipment is a 36 month lease which commenced in September Offi ce Computers Not later than one year 27,754 4,164 Later than one year but not later 37,780 6,726 than fi ve years Later than fi ve years ,535 10,890 Lease exp. period ended 31 Oct , CASH FLOW STATEMENT NOTES RECONCILIATION OF CASH Cash and Cash equivalents: Cash at bank 21, ,057 Petty Cash Call Account - 30,525 Term Deposit 427,173 - Total Cash 448, ,597 RECONCILIATION OF CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Operating profi t / (loss) (129,128) 25,272 Add back : Non cash fl ows in operating profi t Depreciation 16,216 13,831 Provisions 1,554 4,522 Loss on sale of assets 3,380 - Assets written off 123,047 - Decrease / (Increase) in current (22,772) (11,966) debtors / assets Decrease / (Increase) in prepayments (2,771) 4,107 Decrease / (Increase) in inventories (5,512) - Increase / (Decrease) in trade 11,407 (59,966) and other payables Increase / (Decrease) in bank loan 7,749 - Increase / (Decrease) in fi delity 3,000 1,500 & bond accounts Cash flows from operating activites 6,170 (22,700) 29

30 Audit Report WESTERN REGION FOOTBALL LEAGUE INC ABN INDEPENDENT AUDIT REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF WESTERN REGION FOOTBALL LEAGUE INC. We have audited the special purpose Financial Report, comprising the statement of fi nancial position as at 31 October 2010, and the operating statement, a summary of signifi cant accounting policies and other explanatory notes of the Western Region Football League Inc for the period 1 October 2009 to 31 October Board of Management responsibility for the Financial Report The Board of Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of the Financial Report in accordance with the applicable fi nancial reporting framework, and for such internal control as it determines is necessary to enable the preparation of the Financial Report that is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. The Board have determined that the accounting policies described in Note 1 to the fi nancial statements, which form part of the Financial Report, are appropriate to meet fi nancial reporting requirements and the needs of the members. Auditor s responsibility My responsibility is to express an opinion on the Financial Report based on the audit. I have conducted an independent audit of the Financial Report in order to express an opinion on it to the members. I disclaim any assumption of responsibility for any reliance on this Report, or on the fi nancial statements to which it relates, to any person other than the members, or for any purpose other than that for which it was prepared. My audit has been conducted in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. These standards require that I comply with ethical requirements, and that the auditor plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the fi nancial report is free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the Financial Report. The procedures selected depend on the auditor s judgement, including the assessment of risks of material misstatement of the Financial Report, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to management s preparation and fair presentation of the Financial Report in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion of the effectiveness of management s internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the Financial Report. I believe that the audit evidence I have obtained is suffi cient and appropriate to provide a basis for my audit opinion. Auditor s Opinion In my opinion the Financial Report of the Western Region Football League presents fairly, in all material respects, in accordance with the accounting policies, fi nancial position as at 31 October 2010, and the results of operations for the period 1 October 2009 to 31 October Neil P Dalton Accountant, FCPA, Neil Dalton Consulting 22nd November

31 Teams of the Year 2010 DIVISION 1 B Chase Morgan John Haldane Jake Mutton (Spotswood) (Albion) (Hoppers Crossing) HB Joel Harrison Torren Bonnett Ryan Noye (Sunshine) (Port Melb. Colts) (Spotswood) C Chris O Keefe (VC) Michael Lewis Reece Miles (Spotswood) (Spotswood) (Altona) HF Mark Dawson James Stephens Jack Sims (St. Albans) (Albion) (St. Albans) F Patrick Wiggins Mark Keenan Shaydon Bloomfi eld (Sunshine) (Spotswood) (Albion) Foll Brad Julier (C) Russell Douglas Tim Jenkins (Port Melb. Colts) (Sunshine) (St. Albans) Int Lachlan McGhie Michael Nicolaides Craig Brown Luke Sinnott (Spotswood) (Sunshine Heights) (St.Albans) (Spotswood) Coach DIVISION 2 B Luke Dennerley Wayne Duggan Jarrod Arnott (Wyndhamvale Falcons) (Deer Park) (North Footscray) HB Nathan Richardson Daniel Bunworth Joe Cali (VC) (North Footscray) (Wyndhamvale Falcons) (Coburg Dist) C Andy Willis (Capt) Peter Krueger Ibrahim Atik (Yarraville Seddon Eagles) (Parkside) (Albanvale) HF Adam Baker Michael Lubke Bobby Micevski (Yarraville Seddon Eagles) (Wyndhamvale Falcons) (Deer Park) F Sam Kater Sherif Mohamed Shane Butteigieg Clarke (North Footscray) (Albanvale) (Deer Park) Foll Julian Storey Luke Summers David Cavanagh (Parkside) (Deer Park) (Albanvale) Int Trent Tyrell Lee Braun Steve Paone Michael Drew (Parkside) (Braybrook) (Laverton Magpies) (North Footscray) Coach Jamie Madigan (Deer Park) UNDER 18 Ben Kelly (Spotswood) B Blake Quarrier Stepjan Krpan Maxsym Sosnowski (Hoppers Crossing) (Altona) (St Albans) HB Anthony Brook Tyler Tessari Matthew Farrugia (Caroline Springs) (Wyndhamvale Falcons) (Williamstown Juniors) C Jake Crabtree Jack Charleston Hamish Andrew (Wyndhamvale Falcons) (Spotswood) (Sunshine) HF Ashlin Brown Luke Ryan Bradley Comeadow (Hoppers Crossing) (Spotswood) (Altona) F Jordan Lampi Todd Finco Mahmoud El-Hawli (Point Cook) (Albion) (Spotswood) Foll Jamie Cameron Joshua McPherson Tom Weybury (North Sunshine) (Albion) (Hoppers Crossing) Int Tyrone O Connor Beau Bostock Ashley O Conner (Parkside) (Glenorden) (North Footscray) Jake Wood Dyson Stevens Troy McAskill Matthew Tedesco (Port Melbourne Colts) (Deer Park) (Laverton Magpies) (Altona) Coach Phil O Keefe (Hoppers Crossing) 31

32 Administrator of the Year YEAR NAME CLUB 1964 M. McBean Kingsville 1965 M. Herrick Seddon 1966 S. Burgoyne West Footscray J. Doherty St Albans 1967 M. Herrick Seddon 1968 M. McBean Kingsville 1969 N. O Connor Parkside 1970 R. Fella West Footscray J. Arnell Braybrook 1971 D. Wragg KYMCA 1972 D. Baker Crossroads B. Ward Yarraville Boys 1973 D. Moore Kingsville 1974 D. Mills Albion B. Ward Yarraville Boys 1975 B. Ward Yarraville Boys 1976 D. Mills Albion 1977 C. McDougal Crossroads YEAR NAME CLUB 1978 D. Sampson KYMCA 1979 W. Pride North Footscray 1980 W. Pride North Footscray K. Schwartz Spotswood 1981 W. Pride North Footscray 1982 T. Currie Deer Park 1983 W. Pride North Footscray 1984 P. Mulgrew St Brendans 1985 M. Laffi n Sunshine YCW 1986 D. Carter Yarraville Boys 1987 B. Curry Spotswood 1988 A. Wright Albion 1989 R. Barr Sunshine YCW 1990 M. McDonald Port Melbourne Colts 1991 A. Hales Seddon 1992 M. Schwartz Sunshine YCW 1993 S. Cadman North Melbourne & Kensington YEAR NAME CLUB 1994 P. Evans Altona City Juniors 1995 Mark Penaluna Port Melbourne Colts 1996 J. Bunting Spotswood 1997 C. O Donnell Braybrook 1998 J. Purches Albanvale 1999 C. Wisdom North Sunshine 2000 Michael Payne Sunshine YCW 2001 Lisa Caithness Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2002 Arch Nimmo Yarraville Juniors 2003 Peter Sandlant Werribee Juniors 2004 Mick Overman St Bernards 2005 Leanne Morgan Altona 2006 Steve Kennedy Coburg Districts 2007 Pam Snow Port Melbourne Colts 2008 Raeleene Eldridge North Footscray 2009 Sharon Ager North Sunshine 2010 Tony White Caroline Springs AFL Victoria Recognition Award YEAR NAME CLUB 1982 John Huntington FDFL 1983 Doug Mills Executive 1984 Graham Saville Umpires 1985 Les Knight FDFL 1986 Ron Angwin Executive 1987 Trevor Grant FDFL 1988 Gordon Watt Executive 1989 Rex Swann (OAM) Executive 1990 Alan Smith Executive 1991 Vic Roach Executive YEAR NAME CLUB 1992 Thelma Angwin Executive 1993 Vern Smithwick Executive 1994 Michael Schwartz FDFL 1994 Des Barnard St Albans 1995 Jeff Bunting Spotswood 1996 Peter Bell Williamstown Juniors 1997 Ian Buckingham Hoppers Crossing 1998 Pam Evans Executive 1999 John McLeod Deer Park 2000 Patrick Hinds Spotswood YEAR NAME CLUB 2001 Arthur Wright Albion/Executive 2002 Herbert Turner Executive 2003 Mark McDonald Independent Hearing Committee 2004 James Lee Parkside 2005 Ray Ohara Yarraville 2006 Steve Kennedy Coburg Districts 2009 Dale Sayner Tribunal 2010 Brian Wilson Parkside 32

33 Best & Fairests DIVISION 1 SENIORS 1931 A.G. Thomson Scouts 1932 C. Mathieson West Footscray 1933 J. Sainsbury Parkside 1934 F. Barker 6th Melb 1935 J. Ryan Seddon 1936 T. Laffan Parkside 1937 N. Honey I.C.I 1938 J. Flint West Footscray 1939 H. Dolphin 6th Melb 1940 K. McGrath Seddon 1941 E.J. Wilkinson Seddon 1942 G. McLaren South Footscray 1943 D. Taylor 6th Melb 1944 S. Fox Parkside 1945 R. Cooke 6th Melb 1946 A. Mathieson Essondon Districts 1947 R. Jewell Seddon 1948 H. Mason Seddon 1949 B. Murray Parkside* B. Brown Spotswood* 1950 K. Cooke West Footscray 1951 R. Smith Seddon 1952 E. Spence North Footscray 1953 R. Jewell Seddon 1954 M. Beckett F & Y Socials 1955 L. Charles West Footscray 1956 H. Bolger West Footscray 1957 M. Beckett F & Y Socials 1958 L. Anderson Kingsville 1959 L. Charles West Newport 1960 A. Clough Seddon 1961 R. Murray North Footscray 1962 J. Gaylor Albion 1963 J. Charles North Footscray 1964 A. Bottomley West Newport 1965 D. Prior Albion 1966 G. Saunders Braybrook 1967 A. McAssey Spotswood 1968 R. Smithwick North Footscray 1969 D. Knight ICI (Deer Park) 1970 R. Beattie Parkside 1971 T. Flint North Footscray 1972 G. Gingell Kingsville 1973 B. Priest Braybrook 1974 B. Chamberlain Seddon 1975 B. Priest Braybrook 1976 D. Brown Seddon 1977 J. Narres Deer Park 1978 L. Hawkins Braybrook 1979 A. Ebeyer North Footscray 1980 M. Komp Parkside 1981 J. Blyth St Albans 1982 G. Hodges Seddon 1983 R. Peterson St Albans 1984 M. Hewat Braybrook 1985 P. Mildenhall Spotswood 1986 J. Theodoridis Albion* B. Caulfi eld Wembley Park* 1987 P. Eudey Spotswood* M. Phelan West Footscray* 1988 J. Taylor Albion 1989 G. Brown Spotswood 1990 S. Moss Deer Park 1991 S. Moss Deer Park 1992 D. Pevitt Spotswood 1993 M. Kriehn Spotswood 1994 C. McKellin Deer Park 1995 F. Zoccali Parkside 1996 M. Frost Yarraville 1997 M. Frost Yarraville 1998 A. Venner Altona 1999 A. Venner Altona* A. Thege Spotswood* 2000 C. Barker West Footscray* S. Sir Parkside* 2001 J. Fitzpatrick St Albans 2002 A. Ibrahim St Albans 2003 G. McGaw Hoppers Crossing 2004 D. Galea Spotswood 2005 S. Arena St Albans 2006 J. Clarke Port Melb Colts 2007 R. Douglas Sunshine 2008 B. Julier Port Melb Colts 2009 D. Jacobs Port Melb Colts 2010 T. Jenkins St.Albans DIVISION 1 RESERVES 1934 A. Self Baptist 1935 B. Richards Spotswood 1936 H. Hickey South Footscray 1937 W. Warden Kingsville 1938 H. Hickey South Footscray 1939 G. Tribe C.S.R 1940 A. King St Andrews 1941 F. Kenny Kingsville 1942 H. Hickey South Footscray 1943 W. Sheehan CYMS 1944 S. Bell Yarraville Boys 1945 K. Webb Sunshine 1946 H. Self Waratah 1947 S. Wallis Waratah 1948 W. McKenzie Vic Soc 1949 G. McCann W.Roberts* A. McVeith 6th Melb* 1950 K. Wood Vic Soc 1951 K. Blacker W.Roberts 1967 C. Gibbons Braybrook 1968 C. Gibbons Braybrook 1969 R. Simmons Braybrook 1970 G. Hollingworth West Footscray 1971 A. (Wal) Saunders Kingsville 1972 D. Tipping Braybrook 1973 W. Trusler Albion 1974 D. Thompson Seddon 1975 J. Anderson North Footscray 1976 R. Campbell Seddon 1977 A. Hall Albion 1978 J. Barker Kingsville 1979 B. Hall West Footscray 1980 P. Hockey Sunshine YCW 1981 B. Bourke West Footscray 1982 M. Igoe Sunshine YCW 1983 D. Nelson Deer Park 1984 L. Croft Sunshine YCW 1985 B. Kenny Kingsville 1986 G. Bate Albion 1987 A. Hunt Kingsville 1988 G. Bate Albion 1989 G. Langlands Spotswood 1990 W. Dalton Spotswood 1991 David Scott Spotswood 1992 L. D Ambrosio Seddon 1993 Glen Sperling Kingsville* L. D Ambrosio Seddon* 1994 P. Michetti St Albans 1995 R. Patterson St Albans 1996 G. Sperling Yarraville 1997 D. Gill Yarraville 1998 J. Ryan Port Melb Colts 1999 G. Evans Altona* B. McQuade Port Melb Colts* 2000 S. Balshaw Port Melb Colts 2001 G. Evans Altona 2002 C. Clonan Hoppers Crossing 2003 B. Franksen Albion 2004 P. Eudey Sunshine 2005 J. Scott St Albans* M. Brasher Albion* 2006 B. Tyquin Hoppers Crossing 2007 D. Coleman Spotswood 2008 A. Moore Albion 2009 M. Burns Port Melb Colts 2010 A.Hodgetts Altona DIVISION 2 SENIORS 1986 G. Kelly Braybrook YCW 1987 G. Davis A.N.B.Y 1988 R. Pereira Ascot Vale* C. Ottenbach Ascot Vale* 1989 P. Michetti Sunshine Heights 1990 E. Muench Port Melb Colts 1991 S. Rayment North Essendon* B. Tuppen West Newport* 1992 P. Quinn Coburg Districts 1993 D. Page Albion 1993 S. Rayment North Essendon 1994 D. Page Albion* M. Sammut Ascot Vale* 1995 D. Gray Sunshine YCW 1996 B. Cook Glenorden 1997 J. Rankin Coburg Districts 1998 L. D Ambrosio Seddon/Yarraville 1999 P. Maynard North Sunshine* S. Carroll North Sunshine* 2000 K. Robertson Sunshine Heights 2001 B. Evans Seddon/Yarraville 2002 J. McCallion Hammerheads 2003 G. Frankel Deer Park* D. Williams North Footscray* 2004 D. Williams North Footscray 2005 S. Lane West Footscray* G. Frankel Deer Park* 2006 R. Telfer North Sunshine 2007 L. Braun Braybrook 2008 M. Kennedy Western Magpies 2009 N. Juegan Parkside 2010 L. Summers Deer Park DIVISION 2 RESERVES 1986 D. Prior Deer Park 1987 K. Jackson Sandridge 1988 M. Marmo Central Altona 1989 J. Vellani Ascot Vale* I. Montomery Hoppers Crossing* 1990 M. Flynn Coburg Districts 1991 L. Bomford North Essendon 1992 R. Kitchen Hoppers Crossing 1993 T. Jedrojewski East Brunswick 1994 S. Ivkovic Albion 1995 M. Barrett Fawkner Amateurs 1996 S. Butterworth Fawkner Amateurs 1997 P. Sheldon Coburg Districts 1998 P. Russell Braybrook 1999 T. Danskin Braybrook 33

34 Best & Fairests 2000 D. Murphy Glenorden 2001 H. Phan North Sunshine 2002 H. Phan North Sunshine 2003 N. Pistikakis Western Magpies 2004 T. Minutolo Coburg Districts 2005 A. Hodgetts Altona 2006 T. Minutolo Coburg Districts 2007 M. Dolny Albanvale 2008 M. Dolny Albanvale 2009 C. Hough Coburg Districts 2010 P. Growcott Albanvale DIVISION 3 SENIORS 1988 M. Williams Braybrook YCW 1989 J. Crouch Laverton 1990 A. White Wyndhamvale 1991 A. White Wyndhamvale 1992 T. Phillips Flemington 1993 B. Regan Wembley Park 1994 S. Zahra Laverton 1995 P. Barlow Wembley Park 1996 R. Moloney West Newport 1997 T. Fulton Brunswick Amateurs 1998 K. Robertson Sunshine Heights DIVISION 3 RESERVES 1988 K. Jackson Sandridge 1989 E. De Francesco Ascot Vale 1990 D. Gaul A.N.B.Y 1991 D. Sheldrick North Sunshine 1992 R. Brown Newport* B. Evans Newlands Coburg* 1993 M. Harris Wyndhamvale 1994 G. Greaney North Essendon 1995 M. Hartshorne Laverton 1996 G. Grist Laverton* J. Darcy Laverton* 1997 M. Foss Kealba 1998 S. Dunn Brunswick Amateurs A3 SENIORS 1978 G. Taylor KYMCA 1979 C. Davis Kensington 1980 G. Nuske Kingsville 1981 T. Rajmajer Albanvale 1982 T. Rajmajer Albanvale 1983 A. Lutterschmidt Old Ess. Grammar 1984 S. Canov Port Melb Colts 1985 E. Muench Port Melb Colts 1987 C. Starr St Albans 1988 M. Woods Albion 1989 K. Jackson Sandridge 1990 H. Peterson Sandridge* T. Trimboli St Albans* 1991 D. Anderson Albion 1992 G. Kilty Ascot Vale 1993 J. Baars Albion 1994 W. Kennedy St Albans* A. Bradley RAAF Melbourne* M. Walker RAAF Melbourne* 1995 C. Green Sunshine YCW A4 SENIORS 1983 B. French EHSES 1984 D. Barker Kingsville 1985 F. Cavarella Nth Dists A5 SENIORS 1985 J. Dearaugo Albion UNDER 18A 1936 J. Miller North Footscray 1937 J. Flint West Footscray 1938 M. McDonnell West Footscray 1939 C. McClelland West Footscray 1940 R. Cooke North Melb 1941 J. Watters North Footscray 1942 M. Laffey West Footscray 1943 A. Mathieson Combine 1944 L. Reid Spotswood 1945 M. McPherson West Footscray 1946 A. Greelish Spotswood 1947 J.J. Storey West Footscray 1948 J. Jackson Sunshine 1949 C. Poole Newport 1950 E. Whitten Braybrook 1951 W. Hughes Spotswood 1952 B. Stockman West Footscray 1953 F. Soraghan West Footscray 1954 R. Hampel Kingsville 1955 D. McLean F & Y Socials 1956 J. Cairns Spotswood 1957 A. Saunders Seddon 1958 F. Ambrrowy WCYMS 1958 K. Beamish North Footscray 1959 R. Walker Braybrook 1960 F. Battestella F & Y Socials 1961 T. Barton F & Y Socials 1962 D. Doll F & Y Socials 1963 K. Jackson West Footscray 1964 H. McCauliffe Spotswood 1966 N. Ickeringill Parkside 1967 I. Grossman North Footscray 1968 R. Cole F & Y Socials 1969 M. Pokrovsky St Albans 1970 C. Kinniburgh West Footscray 1971 W. Bates Footscray 1991 D. Crea North Footscray 1992 J. Perrone Spotswood 1993 S. Carroll Sunshine YCW 1994 S. Cobovic Port Melb Colts 1995 J. Orsini St Albans 1996 P. Battaglia Hoppers Crossing 1997 C. Simpkin Sunshine YCW 1998 J. McCabe Sunshine YCW 1999 R. Cassidy Altona 2000 M. Caruana Sunshine Heights 2001 L. Dennerley Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2002 J. Charter Albanvale 2003 S. Pace Altona Jnrs 2004 M. Cravino Wyndhamvale 2005 M. Nicolaides Albion/Heights 2006 R. Noye Spotswood 2007 M. Hardiman Altona 2008 C. Lawson Altona 2009 A. Vivoda Altona 2010 J.McPherson Albion UNDER 18B 1993 A. Saliba Albion 1994 D. Phelps Spotswood 1995 S. Maher Flemington Jnrs 2005 M. Ellis West Fscray/S hine 2006 D. Mitchell Western Magpies* A. Maki Werribee Jnrs* 2007 M. Dorricott Hoppers Crossing 2008 B. Lucas North Footscray 2009 S. Hudson Werribee Jnrs 2010 J. Cameron Nth Sunshine UNDER 18C 2008 D. McMahon Parkside UNDER 17A 1972 G. Hester Spotswood 1973 J. Ebeyer North Footscray 1974 S. Maiola Albion 1975 G. Langlands Spotswood 1976 L. Giradi St Albans 1977 S. Philpott West Footscray 1978 G. Considine Parkside 1979 R. Aquilina Deer Park 1980 T. Lockwood Parkside 1981 B. Tuppen Yarraville Boys 1982 S. Ktenidis Parkside 1983 A. Torcello Albion 1984 A. Williams Deer Park 1985 S. Dalli St Albans 1986 M. Smyth Deer Park 1987 S. Johansen West Footscray 1988 J. Bruzzaniti Spotswood 1989 A. Walsh St Albans 1990 P. Ballan Werribee Jnrs 1991 R. Musarra Hoppers Crossing* S. Millo St Albans* UNDER 17B 1972 G. Western Braybrook 1974 R. Robinson Kingsville 1975 T. Fox Altona North 1976 G. Murray Yarraville Boys 1977 B. Hitch Sunshine YCW 1978 P. Argus Sunshine YCW 1979 M. Croft Braybrook 1980 G. Gay Sunshine Jnrs 1981 J. Mallia Braybrook 1982 J. Mallia Braybrook 1983 J. Soldatis Seddon 1984 P. Hamilton St Bernards 1985 D. Deagan St Brendans 1986 J. Hobbs Sunshine Heights* G. Lababidi Sunshine Heights* 1987 M. Makhoul East Brunswick 1988 S. Bryan Williamstown United 1990 M. Grima Parkside UNDER 17 SECTION R. Jimeno Albanvale UNDER 17C 1989 J. Bouchard Sunshine YCW UNDER 16A 1954 H. Munro Sunshine 1955 R. Mills Sunshine 1956 C. Cruickshank F & Y Socials 1957 M. Cursins Kingsville 1958 R. Walker Braybrook 1959 T. Roach Sunshine 1960 G. Chalmers Spotswood 1961 H. Steigler Sunshine 1962 H. Steigler Sunshine 1963 R. Spargo FFC 4th 1964 R. Williams Spotswood 1965 C. Briscoe Spotswood 1966 R. Cole F & Y Socials 1967 P. Welsh F & Y Socials 1968 D. West West Footscray 1969 G. Delaland Sunshine 34

35 Best & Fairests 1970 T. Hudson Braybrook 1971 F. Mitchell A.N.B.Y 1990 C. McMahon East Brunswick 1991 M. Hovey Werribee Jnrs 1992 B. Baarini Altona City Jnrs 1993 L. Saliba Albion 1994 D. Blake Werribee Jnrs 1995 S. Blake Werribee Jnrs 1996 K. McLeish Spotswood 1997 W. Foley Werribee Jnrs 1998 J. Krainski North Sunshine 1999 B. Twomey Port Melb Colts* D. Bonnici St Bernards* 2000 F. Mastropasqua St Bernards 2001 S. Pace Altona 2002 C. Koutzamanis Hoppers Crossing 2003 D. Sablich Williamstown Jnrs* M. Wright Western Magpies* 2004 J. Mather Werribee Jnrs 2005 D. Pace Altona Jnrs 2006 D. Pace Altona Jnrs 2007 J. Fitzpatrick Wyndhamvale Jnrs * J. Bailey Buckler Werribee Jnrs* 2008 T. Dean Werribee Jnrs* L. Fairley Williamstown Jnrs* 2009 N. Russell Williamstown Jnrs 2010 M. Zahraman Spotswood UNDER 16B 1960 R. Wrobowleski St Albans 1961 M. Mumford North Footscray 1962 K. Menzies Footscray Tech 1963 K. Pecrotti West Newport 1964 R. Farrelly West Newport 1965 J. Lang St Albans 1966 J. Lang St Albans 1967 M. Polrovski St Albans 1968 M. Polrovski St Albans 1969 D. Brown Seddon 1970 R. Ramon F.T.C.O.B 1971 J. Hassett St Pauls 1991 C. Liddle North Melb & Kens 1992 D. McFerran St Albans 1993 J. McCutcheon Altona City Jnrs 1994 P. Battaglia Hoppers Crossing* S. Tobin Spotswood* 1995 K. Roach Albion 1996 C. Cusati West Footscray 1997 P. Carson Werribee Jnrs* D. Fitzpatrick St Albans* 1998 J. Cook Albanvale 1999 J. Krainski North Sunshine 2000 D. Tragjasi North Sunshine 2001 T. Bonnett Port Melb Colts 2002 J. Linton Sunshine 2003 M. Cravino Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2004 N. Richardson North Footscray 2005 P. Savage Albion 2006 S. Thurston West Footscray 2007 J. Ollis Yarraville Seddon 2008 W. Hoskin-Elliott North Sunshine 2009 K. Klix North Footscray 2010 C. Craig Flemington Jnrs UNDER 16C 1992 P. Vincent Williamstown Jnrs 1993 S. Maher Flemington Jnrs 1994 V. Taulufo A.N.B.Y 1995 A. Kitchen Hoppers Crossing 1996 A. Davis Rockbank 1997 J. Lockton North Melb & Kens 1998 S. Garcia Laverton 1999 J. Antonello Werribee Jnrs 2000 D. Do Deer Park 2001 N. Renaut Werribee Jnrs 2002 J. Litchfi eld Albion 2004 C. Revell Yarraville Jnrs 2005 B. Cooper St. Bernards 2006 A. Afewerk Sunshine* A. Gheorgiu Sunshine* 2007 A. Gilmore Point Cook 2008 H. Andrew Sunshine 2009 J. Vella Sunshine Heights 2010 T. Madden St. Bernard s UNDER 16D 1993 G. Richardson Seddon 1994 M. Chansawat Flemington Jnrs 2007 D. Krywyn Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2008 L. Larsen St Bernards 2009 J. Davies Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2010 H. Barnett Williamstown Jnrs UNDER 15A 1972 M. Ryan Seddon 1973 J. Dinatale Spotswood 1974 T. Crawford F & Y Socials 1975 D. Hawkins Braybrook 1976 B. Wilson Braybrook 1977 M. Croft Braybrook 1978 R. Brennan St Albans 1979 V. Diococco Spotswood 1980 A. Taylor Albion 1981 A. Pastore Spotswood 1982 M. Taylor Albion 1983 D. Madigan Deer Park 1984 A. Johnson St Bernards 1985 S. Kolyniuk St Albans 1986 F. Tripolo St Bernards* D. Enever Hoppers Crossing* 1987 A. Robertson West Footscray 1988 D. Galakos Melton Jnrs 1989 L. Vasallo St Bernards 1990 P. Sullivan Hoppers Crossing 1991 C. Karakiozakis West Newport Jnrs 1992 S. Alabacos Werribee Jnrs UNDER 15B 1972 M. Barker Parkside 1973 T. Ebeyer North Footscray 1974 A. Pulcini North Altona 1975 M. Molony Kingsville 1976 A. Richards Yarraville Boys 1977 P. Argus Sunshine YCW 1978 A. Paschalidis West Footscray 1979 A. Slattery Parkside 1980 D. Saunders Seddon 1981 P. Clarke Parkside 1982 P. Philpot West Footscray 1983 J. Aziz Albion 1984 D. Findlay Hoppers Crossing 1985 D. Jones West Footscray 1986 D. Maddern Albion 1987 P. Mills St Albans 1988 J. Karagiannis Albanvale 1989 A. Mills Yarraville Boys 1990 D. Derich Altona City Jnrs UNDER 15C 1984 R. Jovanovski Seddon 1985 J. Haberman Port Melb Colts 1986 G. Manson Port Melb Colts 1987 A. Kukuljan North Melb 1988 J. Cuzzupe Braybrook 1989 R. Scardamaglia Sunshine YCW UNDER 15D 1988 C. Salisbury Altona City UNDER 14A 1966 G. Simmons Sunshine 1967 D. Brown Seddon 1968 T. Sgroi Braybrook 1969 S. Mandics St Pauls 1970 R. Davidson West Footscray 1971 B. Burnett St Pauls 1989 D. Carrington Hoppers Crossing 1990 L. Boehme West Newport Jnrs 1991 L. Saliba Albion 1992 C. Davis St Bernards 1993 M. Micallef Albanvale 1994 M. O Toole Albion 1994 A. Kitchen Hoppers Crossing 1995 M. Rhodes Albion 1996 M. Asik Port Melb Colts 1997 J. Krainski North Sunshine 1998 A. Chiu Altona Jnrs 1999 M. Coles North Footscray 2000 L. Demetriou Albanvale 2001 J. Spinella St Bernards 2002 B. Houli Spotswood 2002 A. Peters Yarraville Jnrs 2003 B. Bonnacci St Albans 2004 S. Sherlock Werribee Jnrs 2005 J. Carr Williamstown Jnrs 2006 J. Charleston Spotswood 2007 J. Charleston Spotswood 2008 C. Matheson Williamstown Jnrs 2009 P. Lenagh Williamstown Jnrs* B. Jago Werribee Jnrs* 2010 P. Manivong Altona Jnrs UNDER 14B 1966 J. Craig Spotswood 1967 V. Mesiti West Footscray 1968 T. Hudson Braybrook YCW 1969 G. Rowe Seddon 1970 J. Ebeyer North Footscray 1971 L. Wright Sunshine 1991 H. Theodorou Spotswood 1992 G. Lis Deer Park 1993 C. Beazley Altona City Jnrs 1994 M. Dean Yarraville Boys 1995 M. Khoder East Brunswick 1996 R. Martin Albion 1997 A. Lika West Footscray 1998 C. Goullet St Bernards 1999 M. Formosa Kealba 2000 E. Sani Flemington Jnrs 2001 D. Ibister West Footscray 2002 A. Abdo Albanvale 2003 J. Fortunato Albanvale 2003 S. Sherlock Werribee Jnrs 2004 J. Attard Albanvale 35

36 Best & Fairests 2005 C. Moore Flemington Jnrs 2006 I. Muftarov St Albans 2007 W. Leveni Port Melb Colts 2008 J. Humphreys Glenorden 2009 D. Sloman Albion 2010 W. Donaldson Glenorden UNDER 14C 1991 S. Grant Flemington 1992 S. McGoldrick Yarraville Boys 1993 S. Haw North Sunshine 1994 C. Casati West Footscray 1995 B. Hatty West Footscray 1996 J. Kranski North Sunshine 1997 D. DaSilva North Footscray 1998 D. Ellis North Footscray 1998 A. Morrow Werribee Jnrs 1999 M. Sani Flemington Jnrs 2000 S. Tucker Western Magpies 2002 R. Roach Sunshine Heights 2003 D. Jensen Sunshine Heights 2004 T. Luong Braybrook 2005 S. Reilly Sunshine 2006 M. Eason-Jones North Footscray 2007 J. Humphreys Glenorden 2008 C. Utri St Bernards 2009 G. Trotman Sunshine 2010 J.Blake Sunshine UNDER 14D 1993 S Attard St Albans (1) 1994 N. Mallia Sunshine Heights 1995 R. Jensen Altona City Jnrs 1995 R. Preusker Kealba Green Gully 1996 A. Shepherd Hoppers Crossing 2003 M. De Luca Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2004 J. Grima Sunshine 2005 E. Phasey Point Cook 2006 P. Purukamu Parkside 2006 S. Parker Flemington Jnrs 2007 S. Georgiovski Point Cook 2007 M. Paoli St Bernards 2008 J. Doyle Flemington Jnrs 2009 B. Dimattina Flemington Jnrs 2010 A. Esposito Werribee Jnrs UNDER 13A 1972 M. Lynch Spotswood 1973 L. Giradi St Albans 1974 B. Wilson Braybrook 1975 S. Drysdale Deer Park 1976 A. Yankos KYMCA 1977 F. Lownden KYMCA 1978 R. Dimartino Spotswood 1979 A. Metha St Albans 1980 G. Mortignago Kingsville 1981 C. Beck Deer Park 1982 S. Delli St Albans 1983 A. Johnston St Bernards 1984 A. Hailcs Melton Jnrs 1985 A. Kukuljan St Brendans 1986 T. Giarrizzo Sunshine YCW 1987 W. Smith Werribee Jnrs 1988 R. May A.N.B.Y 1989 T. Tran Albanvale 1990 M. Bettin Albion 1991 D. McLean West Fotscray 1992 K. Haslinger Glenorden 1999 D. Thomas Hoppers Crossing 1999 J. Barling Williamstown Jnrs 1999 B. Prismall Werribee Jnrs 2000 K. Williams Hoppers Crossing 2001 B. Houli Spotswood 2009 K. Adams Yarraville Seddon 2010 B. Davies St. Bernard s UNDER 13B 1972 T. Crawford F & Y Socials 1974 C. Knox Parkside 1975 J. Beasley Kingsville 1976 C. Pagano North Footscray 1977 G. Bezzina St Albans 1978 M. Monty St Albans 1979 I. Newman Sunshine YCW 1980 A. Abdulovski Seddon 1981 D. Madigan Deer Park 1982 R. Chugg Kensington 1983 D. Jones West Footscray 1984 G. Manson Port Melb Colts 1985 P. Mills St Albans 1986 K. Chu North Sunshine 1987 T. Tran St Albans 1988 T. Tran Albanvale 1989 R. Evans Melton Jnrs 1990 S. Zavalas West Footscray 1990 N. Hill Deer Park UNDER 13C 1984 J. Kavanagh Braybrook 1984 S. Blomeley North Footscray 1985 S. Brooks Wembley Park 1986 B. Haviet Seddon 1987 R. Bromeley North Footscray 1988 D. Weston Flemington 1989 L. Boehme West Newport Jnrs 1990 P. Guida Parkside UNDER 12A 1970 R. Peterson St Albans 1988 A. Brown Deer Park 1989 L. McDonald Deer Park 1990 S. McGoldrick Yarraville Boys 1991 B. Power St Albans 1992 S. Blake Werribee Jnrs 1993 R. O Keefe Hoppers Crossing 1994 D. Bonnici St Bernards 1995 D. Bonnici St Bernards 1996 K. McKenzie Altona City Jnrs 1997 J. Bingham Hoppers Crossing 1998 T. Langlands Spotswood 1999 B. Sutcliffe Port Melb Colts 2000 B. Houli Spotswood 2001 B. Bonacci St Albans 2002 C. Ward Spotswood 2003 J. Carr Williamstown Jnrs 2004 L. Mitchell St Bernards 2005 J. Charleston Spotswood 2006 L. Hunter Williamstown Jnrs* A. Weaven-Cahill Williamstown Jnrs* 2007 T. Madden St Bernards* O. Abou-Zeid Spotswood* 2008 P. Manivong Altona Jnrs 2009 C. Daley Spotswood* D. Sulejmani-Blackwell Williamstown Jnrs* T. Crennan Werribee Centrals* 2010 M. Knezevic Werribee Jnrs B. Kitchen Hoppers Kitchen UNDER 12B 1991 S. Murdoch Yarraville Boys 1992 S. Attard St Albans 1993 R. Beazley Altona City Jnrs* A. Flavel Flemington Jnrs* 1994 S. Aquilina Port Melb Colts 1995 J. Krainski North Sunshine 1996 L. Raso North Sunshine 1997 M. Agius Rockbank 1998 S. Sayers Hoppers Crossing 1999 M. Nicolaides Sunshine Heights 2000 W. Phillips Yarraville Jnrs 2001 J. Gattellaro Deer Park 2002 M. De Luca Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2003 T. Finco Albion* C. Robson St Albans* 2004 S. Moyle Albion* C. Dalton Albanvale* 2005 W. Leveni Port Melb Colts 2006 L. Maschewski Albanvale 2007 M. Huckstepp Caroline Springs 2008 S. Cehic Caroline Springs 2009 Z. Curmi Albanvale* J. Romeo St Albans* 2010 M. Galea Deer Park W. Parker Newport Power UNDER 12C 1991 S. Derich A.N.B.Y 1992 R. Houcher East Brunswick 1993 R. Houcher East Brunswick 1994 A. Fonua Seddon 1994 T. Peake West Footscray 1995 J. Hughes A.N.B.Y 1996 S. McKenzie-Eyers East Brunswick 1997 M. Sani North Melbourne & Kensington 1998 B. Crossthwaith Glenorden 1999 S. Tucker Laverton 2000 A. Proud Braybrook 2001 J. Tresopolos Albion 2002 D. Redfern Braybrook 2002 S. Smith North Footscray 2003 D. Sawad North Footscray 2004 B. Miles Western Magpies 2005 W. Hosking-Elliott North Sunshine 2006 R. Turner Sunshine Heights 2007 B. Dimattina Flemington Jnrs 2008 J. Bennett North Footscray 2009 E. Kline-Marantelli St Bernards 2010 X. Cassar Hoppers Crossing UNDER 12D 2008 J. Shell Werribee Jnrs UNDER 11A 1972 G. Jenwick Parkside 1973 D. Nelson Deer Park 1974 A. Yankos KYMCA* A. Newman Port Melb Colts* 1975 S. Moss Crossroads 1976 G. Lawrence West Footscray 36

37 Best & Fairests 1977 A. Metha St Albans 1978 C. Haber Crossroads 1979 J. Aziz Albion 1980 M. Jones Sunshine Jnrs 1981 T. Ewer Deer Park 1982 S. Bishop St Albans 1983 J. Bouchard Sunshine YCW 1984 R. Smith Kingsville 1985 S. Gannon St Brendans 1986 S. Morgan Werribee Jnrs 1987 M. Christo Werribee Jnrs 1988 L. McDonald Deer Park 1989 M. Bettin Albion 1990 N. Hill Deer Park 1991 R. Houcher East Brunswick 1992 P. O Keefe Hoppers Crossing 1993 P. Carson Werribee Jnrs 1994 C. Foreman St Albans 1995 T. Montebruno Hoppers Crossing 1996 S. Meehan Hoppers Crossing 1997 B. Montebruno Hoppers Crossing 1998 D. Sablic Williamstown Jnrs 1999 L. Hadjigeorgiou Williamstown Jnrs 2000 R. Prismall Werribee Jnrs 2001 J. Green Albion 2002 J. Fitzpatrick Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2003 D. Schibeci Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2004 J. Charleston Spotswood 2005 J. McKenzie Altona Jnrs 2006 M. Boag St Bernards 2007 P. Manivong Altona Jnrs 2008 J. Menadue Altona Jnrs 2009 A. Bouris Spotswood 2010 B. Siwek Werribee Jnrs UNDER 11B 1972 P. Johns St Pauls 1974 C. Pagano North Footscray 1975 J. Noye Kingsville 1976 D. Moloney Sunshine YCW 1977 A. O Hehir Yarraville Boys 1978 D. Hoy Parkside 1979 W. Roach St Albans 1980 C. Bissett St Albans 1981 M. Mirikillis Braybrook* M. Mirikillis Braybrook* 1982 M. George Kingsville 1983 A. Robertson West Footscray 1984 D. Micallef St Albans 1985 C. Bubeck St Albans 1986 P. Guida Parkside 1987 T.M. Tran Albanvale 1988 M. Bettin Albion 1989 S. McGoldrick Yarraville Boys 1990 D. O Brien Sunshine YCW 1991 B. Dallimore West Footscray 2004 A. Anderson Hoppers Crossing 2005 M. McLaughlin Caroline Springs 2006 W. Krithararis Yarraville Jnrs 2007 L. Phillips Yarraville Seddon 2008 L. Scarborough Wyndhamvale Jnrs 2009 H. Rocke Flemington Jnrs UNDER 11C 1984 J. Zukanovic Braybrook 1985 R. Blomeley North Footscray 1986 D. Weston St Brendans 1987 D. Marnell Yarraville Boys 1988 H. Theodorou Spotswood 1990 J. Carroll Spotswood 2007 B. Redfern Braybrook 2009 B. Lester North Footscray 2010 J.Gilmore Wyndhamvale Jnrs UNDER M.Shepperbottom Kensington 1979 C.Regan Albanvale UNDER 9A 1980 A. Markovic Spotswood 1981 J. Bouchard Sunshine YCW 1982 M. Fitzpatrick A.N.B.Y* R. Smith Kingsville* 1983 J. Thompson Kingsville 1984 P. Guida Parkside 1985 P. Bessell Parkside 1986 S. Murphy St Albans UNDER 9B 1981 A. Cilmi Albanvale 1982 B. Johnson Albanvale 1983 C. Bubeck St Albans 1984 A. Mahon Hoppers Crossing 1985 S. Gatt North Sunshine 1986 N. Geysing Yarraville Boys Premierships DIVISION 1 SENIORS 1931 Parkside 1932 Riverside 1933 Parkside 1934 West Footscray 1935 West Footscray 1936 Parkside 1937 Parkside 1938 Spotswood 1939 ICI (Deer Park) 1940 ICI (Deer Park) 1941 ICI (Deer Park) 1942 Braybrook 1943 Kingsville 1944 Braybrook 1945 Braybrook 1946 Braybrook 1947 West Footscray 1948 Parkside 1949 Parkside 1950 Seddon 1951 Parkside 1952 Braybrook 1953 Seddon 1954 Braybrook 1955 Braybrook 1956 Braybrook 1957 Parkside 1958 Spotswood 1959 F&Y Socials 1960 F&Y Socials 1961 F&Y Socials 1962 Parkside 1963 F&Y Socials 1964 Kingsville 1965 Albion 1966 St Albans 1967 Parkside 1968 Spotswood 1969 St Albans 1970 West Footscray 1971 Spotswood 1972 Spotswood 1973 Braybrook 1974 Braybrook 1975 Braybrook 1976 Seddon 1977 Spotswood 1978 North Footscray 1979 Braybrook 1980 North Footscray 1981 Parkside 1982 West Footscray 1983 North Footscray 1984 Spotswood 1985 Albion 1986 Albion 1987 Spotswood 1988 St Albans 1989 St Albans 1990 Spotswood 1991 Seddon 1992 Seddon 1993 Spotswood 1994 Deer Park 1995 Spotswood 1996 Parkside 1997 Yarraville 1998 Port Melbourne Colts 1999 Port Melbourne Colts 2000 Parkside 2001 St Albans 2002 Hoppers Crossing 2003 Parkside 2004 Hoppers Crossing 2005 Port Melbourne Colts 2006 Port Melbourne Colts 2007 Spotswood 2008 Spotswood 2009 Spotswood 2010 Albion DIVISION 1 RESERVES 1986 Sunshine YCW 1987 Sunshine YCW 1988 Albion 1989 St Albans 1990 St Albans 1991 Spotswood 1992 St Albans 1993 West Footscray 1994 Parkside 1995 Port Melbourne Colts 1996 Parkside 1997 Yarraville 1998 Port Melbourne Colts 1999 Parkside 2000 Port Melbourne Colts 2001 Spotswood 2002 Spotswood 2003 St Albans 2004 Spotswood 2005 St Albans 2006 Hoppers Crossing 2007 Hoppers Crossing 37

38 Premierships 2008 Sunshine 2009 Albion 2010 Albion DIVISION 2 SENIORS 1934 Newells 1935 Baptists C of C 1936 Braybrook 1937 South Footscray 1938 North Footscray 1939 Victor Socials 1940 South Footscray 1941 West Footscray 1942 Kingsville 1943 Newport Cyms 1944 Spotswood 1945 Essendon Dist 1946 Essendon Dist 1947 Altona 1948 Spotswood 1949 North Footscray 6th Melb Scouts 1950 Maidstone 1951 Altona 1967 West Footscray 1968 Albion 1969 Spotswood 1970 Albion 1971 Kingsville 1972 Parkside 1973 Parkside 1974 Braybrook 1975 Albion 1976 Albion 1977 Kingsville 1978 Braybrook 1979 Albion 1980 North Footscray 1981 Sunshine YCW 1982 Sunshine YCW 1983 Deer Park 1984 West Footscray 1985 West Footscray 1986 North Sunshine 1987 E.H.S.E.S 1988 Coburg Districts 1989 Ascot Vale 1990 Port Melbourne Colts 1991 Altona City 1992 Hoppers Crossing 1993 Braybrook 1994 Albion 1995 West Newprot 1996 North Melbourne & Kensington 1997 St Albans 1998 Seddon/Yarraville 1999 Braybrook 2000 Yarraville 2001 Seddon/Yarraville 2002 Hammerheads 2003 North Sunshine 2004 Altona 2005 Altona 2006 Glenorden 2007 West Footscray 2008 Sunshine Heights 2009 Deer Park 2010 North Footscray DIVISION 2 RESERVES 1986 Seddon 1987 East Brunswick 1988 Central Altona 1989 Ascot Vale 1990 North Sunshine 1991 Sunshine Heights 1992 Hoppers Crossing 1993 Central Altona 1994 Sunshine YCW 1995 Sunshine YCW 1996 North Melbourne & Kensington 1997 St Albans 1998 North Footscray 1999 North Footscray 2000 North Sunshine 2001 North Footscray 2002 North Footscray 2003 Glenorden 2004 Glenorden 2005 Altona 2006 Glenorden 2007 West Footscray 2008 North Footscray 2009 Parkside 2010 Albanvale DIVISION 3 SENIORS 1988 Sunshine Heights 1989 Laverton 1990 Braybrook 1991 Wembley Park 1992 Glenorden 1993 North Melbourne & Kensington 1994 Flemington 1995 Newport 1996 West Newport 1997 Braybrook 1998 Sunshine Heights DIVISION 3 RESERVES 1988 Sandridge 1989 RAAF Laverton 1990 A.N.B.Y 1991 Wyndhamvale 1992 Glenorden 1993 Newport 1994 Laverton 1995 Albanvale 1996 Werribee Amateurs 1997 Albanvale 1998 Flemington A3 (OPEN AGE) 1978 KYMCA 1979 Kensington 1980 KYMCA 1981 Spotswood 1982 Sunshine YCW 1983 Old Essendon Grammar 1984 E.H.S.E.S 1985 Port Melbourne Colts 1987 Seddon 1988 St Albans 1989 St Albans 1990 St Albans 1991 St Albans 1992 St Albans 1993 St Albans 1994 Albion 1995 St Albans A4 (OPEN AGE) 1983 Braybrook 1984 Port Melbourne Colts 1985 Port Melbourne Colts A5 (OPEN AGE) 1985 Sunshine YCW UNDER 18A 1936 North Footscray 1937 North Footscray 1938 West Footscray 1939 West Footscray 1940 West Footscray 1941 Spotswood 1942 Braybrook 1943 West Footscray 1944 West Footscray 1945 West Footscray 1946 Spotswood 1947 West Footscray 1948 Newport 1949 Spotswood 1950 Spotswood 1951 Spotswood 1952 Braybrook 1953 West Footscray 1954 West Footscray 1955 West Footscray 1956 West Footscray 1957 Sunshine 1958 Kingsville 1959 Braybrook 1960 Braybrook 1961 Braybrook 1962 F&Y Socials 1963 West Footscray 1964 Spotswood 1965 Spotswood 1966 Spotswood 1967 Spotswood 1968 Seddon 1969 Braybrook 1970 Braybrook 1971 Spotswood 1991 Spotswood 1992 Albion 1993 Sunshine YCW 1994 Hoppers Crossing 1995 Port Melbourne Colts 1996 Port Melbourne Colts 1997 Werribee Juniors 1998 Werribee Juniors 1999 Werribee Juniors 2000 Werribee Juniors 2001 Spotswood 2002 Spotswood 2003 Spotswood 2004 Spotswood 2005 Werribee Juniors 2006 Williamstown Juniors 2007 Altona 2008 Werribee Juniors 2009 Werribee Juniors 2010 Hoppers Crossing UNDER 18B 1993 Newport 1994 Seddon 1995 East Brunswick 2005 North Footscray 2006 Albanvale 2007 Altona 2008 Werribee Juniors 2009 Albion 2010 St Albans UNDER 18C 2008 Parkside UNDER 17A 1972 Footscray 4th 1973 West Footscray 1974 Albion 1975 Albion 1976 Braybrook 1977 Braybrook 1978 Deer Park 1979 West Footscray 1980 Spotswood 1981 Spotswood 1982 West Footscray 1983 West Footscray 1984 Deer Park 1985 St Albans 1986 St Albans 1987 St Albans 1988 St Albans 1989 Hoppers Crossing 1990 Hoppers Crossing 1991 Hoppers Crossing UNDER 17B 1972 Braybrook 1974 KYMCA 1975 Parkside 1976 Yarraville Boys 1977 A.N.B.Y 38

39 Premierships 1978 KYMCA 1979 Parkside 1980 Sunshine YCW 1981 Wembley Park 1982 Sunshine YCW 1983 Braybrook 1984 St Bernards 1985 A.N.B.Y 1986 Sunshine Heights 1987 Hoppers Crossing 1988 St Bernards 1989 North Sunshine 1990 Albion UNDER 17B SECTION Yarraville Boys UNDER 17C 1989 A.N.B.Y UNDER 16A 1954 West Footscray 1955 FFC 5th XVII 1956 FFC 5th XVII 1957 FFC 5th XVII 1958 FFC 5th XVII 1959 Spotswood 1960 Spotswood 1961 FFC 4ths 1962 Spotswood 1963 Spotswood 1964 Spotswood 1965 Seddon 1966 Seddon 1967 Spotswood 1968 Spotswood 1969 Spotswood 1970 Spotswood 1971 Altona NBY 1990 St Bernards 1991 Werribee Juniors 1992 Werribee Juniors 1993 St Bernards 1994 St Bernards 1995 St Albans 1996 St Bernards 1997 Werribee Juniors 1998 Werribee Juniors 1999 St Bernards 2000 Spotswood 2001 St Bernards 2002 Spotswood 2003 Werribee Juniors 2004 Werribee Juniors 2005 Hoppers Crossing 2006 Altona Juniors 2007 Werribee Juniors 2008 St Bernards 2009 Williamstown Juniors 2010 Hoppers Crossing UNDER 16B 1960 Seddon 1961 Sunshine YCW 1962 F.T.C.O.D 1963 Braybrook 1964 North Footscray 1965 F&Y Socials 1966 ICI (Deer Park) 1967 Braybrook 1968 KYMCA 1969 Braybrook YCW 1970 KYMCA 1971 Parkside 1991 Altona City Juniors 1992 Sunshine YCW 1993 Albanvale 1994 Spotswood 1995 Williamstown Juniors 1996 Yarraville Juniors 1997 Werribee Juniors 1998 Sunshine Heights 1999 West Footscray 2000 Albanvale 2001 Deer Park 2002 Sunshine Kangaroos 2003 Wyndhamvale Juniors 2004 Hoppers Crossing 2005 Werribee Juniors 2006 Werribee Centrals 2007 St Albans 2008 Werribee Juniors 2009 Wyndhamvale Juniors 2010 Wyndhamvale Juniors UNDER 16C 1992 Spotswood 1993 Williamstown Juniors 1994 Yarraville Boys 1995 Seddon 1996 Rockbank 1997 North Melbourne & Kensington 1998 Werribee Juniors 1999 Werribee Juniors 2000 Werribee Juniors 2001 Hoppers Crossing 2002 Albion 2004 Western Magpies 2005 Parkside 2006 Deer Park 2007 Werribee Juniors 2008 Altona Juniors 2009 Glenorden 2010 Altona Juniors UNDER 16D 1993 Werribee Juniors 1994 St Albans 1995 Hoppers Crossing 2007 Williamstown Juniors 2008 Williamstown Juniors 2009 Williamstown Juniors 2010 Williamstown Juniors UNDER 15A 1972 St Pauls 1973 Spotswood 1974 Spotswood 1975 Braybrook 1976 West Footscray 1977 West Footscray 1978 Spotswood 1979 Spotswood 1980 Deer Park 1981 Spotswood 1982 Deer Park 1983 St Albans 1984 St Albans 1985 St Bernards 1986 Werribee Juniors 1987 St Bernards 1988 Werribee Juniors 1989 St Bernards 1990 Melton Juniors 1991 Werribee Juniors 1992 Hoppers Crossing UNDER 15B 1972 West Footscray 1973 Sunshine 1974 Yarraville Boys 1975 Parkside 1976 Crossroads 1977 Crossroads 1978 West Footscray 1979 Parkside 1980 Seddon 1981 Wembley Park 1982 Wembley Park 1983 Albion 1984 Hoppers Crossing 1985 West Footscray 1986 St Albans 1987 Deer Park 1988 North Sunshine 1989 West Footscray 1990 Seddon UNDER 15C 1984 West Footscray 1985 North Footscray 1986 Wembley Park 1987 North Melbourne & Kensington 1988 Braybrook 1989 Sunshine YCW UNDER 15D 1988 Altona City UNDER 14A 1966 Sunshine 1967 Spotswood 1968 Spotswood 1969 Brooklyn 1970 Spotswood 1971 Albion 1989 Werribee Juniors 1990 Werribee Juniors 1991 Hoppers Crossing 1992 Albanvale 1993 St Albans 1994 St Bernards 1995 St Bernards 1996 St Bernards 1997 Werribee Juniors 1998 Altona Juniors 1999 St Bernards 2000 St Bernards 2001 Werribee Juniors 2002 Spotswood 2003 Werribee Juniors 2004 Altona Juniors 2005 Werribee Juniors 2006 St Bernards 2007 Spotswood 2008 Williamstown Juniors 2009 Altona Juniors 2010 Werribee Juniors UNDER 14B 1966 Spotswood 1967 West Footscray 1968 Braybrook YCW 1969 Seddon 1970 St Albans 1971 Sunshine 1991 Spotswood 1992 Altona City Juniors 1993 Glenorden 1994 Altona City Juniors 1995 St Albans 1996 Deer Park 1997 West Footscray 1998 Wyndhamvale Juniors 1999 North Sunshine 2000 Werribee Juniors 2001 Western Magpies 2002 Werribee Juniors 2003 Wyndhamvale Juniors 2004 Yarraville Juniors 2005 Flemington Juniors 2006 St Albans 2007 Flemington Juniors 2008 Caroline Springs 2009 Deer Park 2010 Caroline Springs UNDER 14C 1991 Flemington 1992 Newport 1993 North Sunshine 1994 West Footscray 1995 St Albans 1996 North Sunshine 1997 North Footscray 1998 North Footscray 1999 Flemington Juniors 2000 St Bernards 2002 Hoppers Crossing (White) 2003 Sunshine Heights 2004 Werribee Centrals 2005 Western Magpies 39

40 Premierships 2006 Sunshine 2007 Glenorden 2008 North Sunshine 2009 Glenorden 2010 Werribee Juniors UNDER 14D 1993 St Albans (1) 1994 Werribee Juniors 1995 Altona City Juniors 1996 Hoppers Crossing 2003 Wyndhamvale Jnrs (Gold) 2004 Altona Juniors 2005 Glenorden 2006 St Bernards 2007 St Bernards 2008 Point Cook 2009 St Bernards 2010 Spotswood UNDER 13A 1972 Braybrook 1973 Braybrook 1974 Braybrook 1975 Deer Park 1976 KYMCA 1977 Crossroads 1978 Spotswood 1979 Crossroads 1980 Spotswood 1981 A.N.B.Y 1982 Parkside 1983 St Bernards 1984 St Bernards 1985 St Bernards 1986 Werribee Juniors 1987 St Albans 1988 Werribee Juniors 1989 Werribee Juniors 1990 Hoppers Crossing 1991 St Albans 1992 Melton Juniors 1999 Hoppers Crossing 2000 Werribee Juniors Black 2009 Williamstown Jnrs Yellow 2010 Altona Juniors UNDER 13B 1972 Yarraville Boys 1974 Crossroads 1976 Albion 1977 Sunshine YCW 1978 Kingsville 1979 West Footscray 1980 Seddon 1981 Seddon 1982 West Footscray 1983 St Albans 1984 Hoppers Crossing 1985 St Albans 1986 Parkside 1987 St Albans 1988 Albion 1989 Deer Park 1990 West Footscray 2010 Williamstown Juniors UNDER 13C 1984 Williamstown Juniors 1985 Wembley Park 1986 Braybrook 1987 West Footscray 1988 Port Melbourne Colts 1989 West Newport Juniors 1990 North Melbourne & Kensington UNDER 12A 1970 Spotswood 1971 Braybrook 1988 Werribee Juniors 1989 Hoppers Crossing 1990 Hoppers Crossing 1991 Albanvale 1992 Hoppers Crossing 1993 Hoppers Crossing 1994 Werribee Juniors 1995 Werribee Juniors 1996 St Bernards 1997 St Bernards 1998 St Bernards 1999 Werribee Juniors 2000 Spotswood 2001 Werribee Juniors 2002 Altona Juniors 2003 Werribee Juniors 2004 St Bernards 2005 Williamstown Juniors 2006 Hoppers Crossing 2007 Altona Juniors 2008 Werribee Juniors 2009 St Bernards 2010 St Bernards UNDER 12B 1991 Deer Park 1992 St Albans 1993 Flemington Juniors 1994 Spotswood 1995 Seddon 1996 Wyndhamvale Juniors 1997 Rockbank 1998 Hoppers Crossing 1999 Werribee Juniors 2000 Hoppers Crossing 2001 Western Magpies 2002 Albion 2003 Albion 2004 Albanvale 2005 Port Melbourne Colts 2006 Albanvale 2007 Albion 2008 Deer Park 2009 St Albans 2010 Flemington Juniors UNDER 12C 1991 Altona City Juniors 1992 Flemington 1993 East Brunswick 1994 Seddon 1995 A.N.B.Y 1996 Sunshine Heights 1997 Kealba 1998 Wyndhamvale Juniors 1999 Yarraville Juniors 2000 Western Magpies 2001 Albion 2002 Parkside 2003 North Footscray 2004 St Bernards 2005 Deer Park 2006 Sunshine 2007 Altona Juniors 2008 North Footscray 2009 Caroline Springs 2010 Glenorden UNDER 12D 2008 Williamstown Juniors UNDER 11A 1972 KYMCA 1973 KYMCA 1974 Spotswood 1975 Crossroads 1976 West Footscray 1977 Albion 1978 Deer Park 1979 Albion 1980 Albion 1981 St Albans 1982 St Albans 1983 St Albans 1984 Melton Juniors 1985 St Albans 1986 St Albans 1987 Melton Juniors 1988 Hoppers Crossing 1989 Hoppers Crossing 1990 Albanvale 1991 Hoppers Crossing 1992 Hoppers Crossing 1993 Williamstown Juniors 1994 St Albans 1995 Altona City Juniors 1996 Werribee Juniors 1997 St Bernards 1998 Altona Juniors 1999 Williamstown Juniors 2000 Werribee Juniors Gold 2001 Werribee Juniors Gold 2002 Werribee Juniors Blue 2003 Williamstown Juniors 2004 Altona Juniors 2005 Williamstown Juniors 2006 Altona Juniors 2007 Williamstown Juniors 2008 Williamstown Juniors 2009 St Bernards 2010 Caroline Springs UNDER 11B 1972 St Pauls 1974 Crossraods 1975 St Albans 1976 Albion 1977 Yarraville Boys 1978 Kingsville 1979 St Albans 1980 Deer Park 1981 St Albans 1982 St Albans 1983 St Albans 1984 Werribee Juniors 1985 Port Melbourne Colts 1986 Albion 1987 Albanvale 1988 Albion 1989 Deer Park 1990 St Albans 1991 St Albans 2004 Werribee Juniors 2005 Yarraville Juniors 2006 Old Westbourne 2007 Hoppers Crossing 2008 Werribee Juniors 2009 Yarraville Seddon 2010 Hoppers Crossing UNDER 11C 1984 Sunshine Heights 1985 Port Melbourne Colts 1986 St Brendans 1987 West Newport 1988 Spotswood 1989 Wyndhamvale 1990 Spotswood 2007 Altona Juniors 2009 Hoppers Crossing UNDER A.N.B.Y 1979 Albion UNDER 9A 1980 Deer Oark 1981 St Albans 1982 St Albans 1983 St Albans UNDER 9B 1981 Kingsville 1982 Melton Bloods 1983 St Albans 40

41 League Presidents & CEOs YEAR PRESIDENT GM/CEO 1931 H. Turner A. Magennis 1932 H. Turner F. Reid & R. Hodgson 1933 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1934 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1935 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1936 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1937 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1938 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1939 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1940 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1941 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1942 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1943 H. Turner A.E. Shepard 1944 B.J. Jamieson A.E. Shepard 1945 B.J. Jamieson A.E. Shepard 1946 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1947 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1948 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1949 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1950 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1951 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1952 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1953 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1954 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1955 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1956 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1957 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne YEAR PRESIDENT GM/CEO 1958 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1959 B.J. Jamieson A.I. Dunne 1960 G.W. Reynolds L.J. Bills 1961 G.W. Reynolds G.W. Reynolds 1962 G.W. Reynolds L.J. Bills 1963 A.W. Abbey G. McDonald 1964 A.W. Abbey G. McDonald 1965 A.W. Abbey G. McDonald 1966 A.W. Abbey R.J. Dye 1967 L.R. Maxwell R.J. Dye 1968 S. Dacre R.J. Dye 1969 L.R. Maxwell R.J. Dye 1970 L.R. Maxwell D.G. Moore 1971 L.R. Maxwell R.J. Dye 1972 L.R. Maxwell R.J. Dye 1973 L.R. Maxwell R.J. Dye 1974 L.R. Maxwell J.B. Huntington 1975 L.R. Maxwell J.B. Huntington 1976 L.R. Maxwell J.B. Huntington 1977 P.I. Hollings J.B. Huntington 1978 P.I. Hollings J.B. Huntington 1979 P.I. Hollings J.B. Huntington 1980 P.I. Hollings J.B. Huntington 1981 R.T. Angwin J.B. Huntington 1982 R.T. Angwin J.B. Huntington 1983 R.T. Angwin J.B. Huntington 1984 R.T. Angwin J.B. Huntington 1985 R.T. Angwin L. Patching YEAR PRESIDENT GM/CEO 1986 R.T. Angwin L. Patching 1987 R.T. Angwin L. Patching 1988 R.T. Angwin L. Patching 1989 R.T. Angwin L. Patching 1990 R.T. Angwin L. Patching 1991 R.T. Angwin L. Patching 1992 R. Swann (OAM) L. Patching 1993 R. Swann (OAM) L. Patching 1994 R. Swann (OAM) L. Patching 1995 R. Swann (OAM) L. Patching (to 7/7/95) R. Swann (OAM) 1996 R. Swann (OAM) R. Swann (OAM) R. Murphy 1997 R. Swann (OAM) R. Murphy 1998 R. Swann (OAM) R. Murphy 1999 R. Swann (OAM) M. Penaluna 2000 R. Swann (OAM) M. Penaluna 2001 R. Swann (OAM) M. Penaluna 2002 I. Hamm M. Penaluna 2003 I. Hamm M. Penaluna 2004 I. Hamm D. Phillips 2005 I. Hamm D. Phillips 2006 I. Hamm D. Phillips 2007 I. Hamm J. Batty 2008 D. Taylor J. Batty 2009 D. Taylor J. Batty 2010 B.Baarini R.Tregear Caleb Sullivan marks strongly 41

42 Life Members YEAR NAME CLUB 1940 J. Douglas (Dec) Seddon 1940 B. Jamieson (Dec) Executive 1942 A. E.Shepard (Dec) Executive 1952 H. Turner (Dec) Executive 1953 L. Bolger (Dec) West Footscray 1954 A.I. Dunne (Dec) Executive 1955 L. Cheeseman (Dec) Parkside 1956 C.K. Hodgeson (Dec) Executive 1957 J. Gardiner (Dec) Parkside 1957 J. Morissey (Dec) 1958 H. Pascarl (Dec) Parkside 1959 A. Robinson (Dec) Executive 1964 L. Rowley (Dec) Spotswood 1965 C.V. Cooke Parkside 1966 A.W. Abbey (Dec) Executive 1967 J. Chigwedden (Dec) Sunshine 1967 W. Tillotson (Dec) Seddon 1968 H. Kelly (Dec) Executive 1968 W. Williams (Dec) West Footscray 1969 C. Cuthbertson (Dec) West Footscray 1969 M. McBean Kingsville 1970 L. Maxwell (Dec) Executive 1970 W. Couch (Dec) Spotswood 1971 J. Lloyd (Dec) Executive 1971 P. Cocks (Dec) Parkside 1974 J. Doherty (Dec) St Albans 1975 H. Mason (Dec) Umpires 1975 R. Dye Executive 1976 I. McDonald Umpires YEAR NAME CLUB 1976 D. Moore (Dec) Kingsville 1977 R. Jewell Seddon 1977 L. Tandy (Dec) Spotswood 1978 D. Mills Albion 1978 N. O Connor Parkside 1978 G. Saville Umpires 1979 R. Falla West Footscray 1979 V. Smithwick Seddon 1980 J. Borlase North Footscray 1980 A. Clough Seddon 1981 P. Hollings Executive 1982 R. Hodges Seddon 1983 J. Huntington Executive 1984 L. Murphy Parkside 1984 B. Priest Braybrook 1985 G. Dyson Executive 1985 K. Brown A.N.B.Y 1986 A. Smith (Dec) West Footscray 1986 R. Angwin Executive 1987 W. Pride North Footscray 1987 T. Grant Executive 1988 T. Angwin Executive 1988 R. Madigan Umpires 1989 R. Swann (OAM) Executive 1990 E. Spence North Footscray 1990 G. Watt Executive 1991 J. McKay Tribunal 1991 R. Donahue Appeals Board 1992 J. Raynor Executive YEAR NAME CLUB 1992 D. Carter Executive 1993 R. Beales Appeals Board 1994 H. McFerran Umpires 1995 D. Lockhart (Dec) Tribunal 1995 J. McLeod Deer Park 1996 M. Laffi n Sunshine YCW 1996 V. Roach Executive 1997 B. Stafford Sunshine Heights 1998 B. Skinner FDFL/Parkside 1998 L. Murphy Spotswood 1999 D. Knight Executive 1999 D. Muir Seddon/Yarraville 2000 T. O Donnell Umpires Adviser 2000 B. Height Tribunal 2001 H. Turner (Dec) Executive 2001 V. McTaggart Executive 2003 B. Wilson WRFL/Parkside 2005 T. McGarity Umpires 2005 F. Olds Central Altona 2006 A. Williams Trainers Assoc 2006 A. Chandler Coburg Districts 2007 J. Booker Umpires 2007 J. Mizzi Executive 2008 I. Hamm Executive 2008 M. McDonald IHC 2009 Bill Hardy Trainers Assoc Frank Smith Braybrook Daniel Bonnici fi res a handpass away from Joel Harrison 42

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