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AFL 9's Spring

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 - 4:13 PM

AFL 9's

A great way to stay fit in the Spring!

Non contact social football.

Visit the AFL 9's website for more information.

Peel District Day

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 3:49 PM

Good Friday is Peel District Day!

Easter Egg hunt before the footy starts!

Free entry for Parents that arrive before 11:15am!

Half Time March!

Chance to win cash for your local Junior Football Club!

Come enjoy the fun on Friday the 14th April at Bendigo Bank Stadium!

Peel Thunder Holiday Clinic 2017

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 11:52 AM


The Peel Thunder district holiday clinic will once again be held in the April school holidays for kids ages 5-12 years old. In previous years the holiday clinic has been a huge success with over 150 children participating in a clinic ran by the Peel Thunder players and special guests from the two WA AFL teams.

This year once again the event will be ran by the boys from Peel Thunder, instructing skills drills, fun games and talking to the kids about what it’s like to play for the local WAFL club. 

Registrations open @8:30am 

Details are as follows:

Monday the 10th April

Cost is $65 per child

Lunch is included

Bring your water bottle, autograph book and wear your football gear!

Please Register Here





Cats Commit to ABC

Friday, June 17, 2016 - 11:24 AM - by Sound - Southern Telegraph

Port Kennedy Cats Junior Football Club is once again hosting an Act Belong Commit event this Sunday to engage both players and their families.

The club held its inaugural Act Belong Commit fun day last year and hopes to build on that success this weekend.

Club president Simone Ireland said as a community-spirited Aussie Rules football club, the Port Kennedy Cats valued fun, family and members having pride in their club.

“This event is to remind us that football is not just about the kids but the family as a whole and by participating together we can encourage a sense of belonging and commitment,” she said.

“Kids in our club rely on their parents so it is important that they feel welcome and engaged.”

The event will be held between 8.30am and 1pm at St Raphael Reserve in Port Kennedy.

Port Kennedy Cats are made up of five junior teams and three big Auskick groups.

The club competes in the Peel District Junior Competition and is applying to become an Act Belong Commit community partner.

“We want to make sure we are always looking out for our members and their families,” Ireland said.

“The club is really focused on grassroots footy and making sure our kids love the game and keep enjoying it as they get older.”


Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 11:19 AM

The hiughly successfuly Peel Thunder School Holiday clinic is back in the July School Holidays!

The kids will be treated to a special visit again from some of the West Coast Eagles superstars.

Numbers are limited so get in quick and register!


DSR Supply Club Equipment Subsidy

Monday, May 2, 2016 - 12:36 PM

Are you an athlete traveling? or a club who needs equiptment?

Separtment of Sport and Recreation have opened up their equiptment and travel subsidies for 2016.

See the below information and links to find out more!


Links to the website and online application:

Club Equipment Subsidy:

Athlete Travel Subsidy:


Friday, March 4, 2016 - 12:18 PM

The peel district will hold an ALL GIRLS registration afternoon on the 15th of March at Stan Twight Reserve in Rockingham.

The aim of the afternoon is to engage local girls and encourage them to sign up to their local teams.

Special guests will be present inculdeing some of the Fremantle Dockers, AFL Womens players and Peel Thunderbirds representatives.

The girls will have an opportunity to hear about some of the Womens AFL players and their journey into football.


There will also be representatives from each junior club with an all girls team - the girls can register there on the afternoon with their closest club!

The junior girls competition is run on a friday night as a typical home and away structured comeptition.

Teams will generally train once during the week.


For more infomation contact Elly Lambking at or 0438 677 700

Fremantle Wrap Up Community Camp

Friday, March 4, 2016 - 9:38 AM

Fremantle Dockers wrapped up their two day AFL Community Camp on Tuesday after the players covering more than 1000km. In recognising that grassroots football and the community are the lifeblood of Australia’s Game, the 2016 Australia Post AFL Community Camps had a renewed focus on school visits while also undertaking AFL super clinics and training sessions in the community and for local coaches.

On Monday night at Fremantle Oval, Ross Lyon passed on some of his coaching knowledge to the community, taking South Fremantle’s Under 16 development squad for a training session while local community coaches had the opportunity of being boundary side with Ross listening to his words of wisdom. The session was a great initiative for the kids and the coaches, according to Tom Atkinson, District Operations Manager of the WAFC. Following the successful coaching seminar there were close to 100 community stakeholders attend the Fremantle Football Club Sportsmans night.

The Fremantle boys also got out to a number of schools throughout the Wheatbelt region and Metropolitan Perth, speaking to Primary and Secondary schools about the benefits of plays football for a healthy and happy lifestyle.