Regional Development News

7 June 2017

We are happy to advise that we have Gavin Taylor (WAFC CEO), Jon Haines (WAFC General Manager of Football Affairs) and Grant Dorrington (WAFC Commissioner) visiting the South West as per the details below.

This is a fantastic and very rare opportunity for you to hear from 3 of the most influential people in Western Australian football.

As part of the recent Boston Consulting Group Report these gentlemen are visiting all metropolitan and country regions of WA to discuss the recommendations, speak about the future of football, and take questions on issues that will affect the sustainability and success of our great game.

I strongly encourage you, your club, region, department and any stakeholders you feel relevant to attend the evening as this is your chance to ask questions and have your say on matters affecting football in your area.

The Report can be found at the following link:

http://www.westperthfc.com.au/news/12075/wafc-structural-review-of-football

As the event will be catered it is critical that you RSVP directly to me gomodei@wafc.com.au or mailto:gomodei@wafc.com.au  with the names of those attending.

Details

Date: Monday June 19, 2017

Place: Bunbury Football Club, PC Payne Park

Time: 6.30pm for sit down meal, 7.00pm-7.15pm for presentation

Drinks: Some provided with cash bar available

Should you have any questions about the evening please do not hesitate to contact me.

I look forward to seeing a fantastic turnout on the evening.

Glenn Omedei

 

27 April 2017

Strong Support Gets Footy Into Schools

From the schoolyard to adulthood is what the AFL for Life Program will bring to the South West. After a meeting of key football stakeholders in 2015, an initiative arose to bring football back into the minds and onto the feet of our primary school-aged children.  To read the full article and to find out more CLICK HERE

SW Regional Development Manager, Glenn Omodei, with some kids from Parkfield Primary School.