October 27, 2023 By Cyrille Ndongo-Keller Off

Newsletter T4/W3

I had an enjoyable and very constructive exchange with parents at our term 4 meeting last Monday. It is encouraging to see parents show a high interest, commitment and support towards the club and the development environment created for their children. Thank you to all the families who attended.
Our club community is getting stronger and stronger as we welcome new families, it is also important to thank and acknowledge departing families for their contribution in upholding our club’s values.

This week at training, we continued to challenge the various training groups with a variety of development activities based on the term 4 curriculum. The response from players has been very encouraging and characterised by a high level of enthusiasm, determination and focus. Players and coaches have created a competitive positive energy environment filled with fun and respect for one another.
It is great to see that all the players have the opportunity to learn regardless of their levels.

We continue the development of our winter season teams for next season. We are not having large open trials for our teams. Non registered players are encouraged to register for an individual trial should they wish to play in one of our teams next season.

See you on the field


Cook Government delivers on legacy for football in WA

  • New $9.3 million Cook Government local investment in the world game
  • Total package includes a $2.4 million grants program to improve facilities and infrastructure for the clubs participating in the NPL women’s competition
  • $6.1 million towards an expansion to the recently completed State Football Centre
  • Significant investment in grassroots football to ensure lasting FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand legacy