CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF SERVICE

Friday, November 20, 2020 - 10:39 AM

The South Fremantle Club pays tribute to retiring Director Don ‘Bowie’ Pasqua for 30 years’ service.

Don was appointed to the Board in 1992 and has been actively and passionately involved in assisting the Club in attracting sponsors and overseeing many fundraising activities across that whole period.

With his departure from the board approaching we sat him down to discuss some of his most memorable moments from the Read More [+]

2020 AGM - BOARD NOMINEES

Monday, November 16, 2020 - 11:45 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nominee Position Proposer Seconder

Peter
Christie

Nominating
for President

Paul
Mugambwa

Marty
Atkins

Anthony
Van Der Wielen

 
Director 

Paul
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CEO UPDATE | 2021 FOCUS

Friday, November 13, 2020 - 9:47 AM

To all our valued members, partners and stakeholders,

I hope that you are all enjoying the current off-season period, naturally still reflecting upon, and celebrating, the 2020 season that marked our unforgettable 120th year.

Winning two of the available six Premierships is the clear and obvious highlight, but we also acknowledge that this incredible feat was achieved in a highly interrupted year, which demonstrates the Read More [+]

Bulldogs captain Vecchio wins Allomes Medal

Friday, November 6, 2020 - 7:14 AM - by Chris Pike

THERE was more history made by the South Fremantle Football Club in Women's Football in 2020 as the Bulldogs entered the WAFL Women's competition and the Youth Girls claimed the Rogers Cup premiership.

All that was celebrated at the Allomes Medal Awards night held on Friday night at Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges in conjunction with the WJ Hughes Medal night, and it proved a tremendous occasion highlighting the growth of female football at the Bulldogs.

By the end of the evening, it was South Fremantle's WAFLW captain Lauren Vecchio who was once again honoured. 

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Popular, versatile Strom rewarded with 2020 Hughes Medal

Thursday, November 5, 2020 - 2:35 PM - by Chris Pike

THE brilliant 2020 WAFL season for South Fremantle was celebrated at the WJ Hughes Medal night at the Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle on Friday night and it was a popular first-time winner named fairest and best for the Bulldogs to cap off proceedings.

It might have been a delayed start to the 2020 season thanks to the implications of the Coronavirus pandemic, but once things got up and running on Saturday July 18, South Fremantle quickly emerged as the team to beat in the competition.

The Bulldogs would go on to finish the nine-week home and away season on top of the ladder to claim the minor premiership and then despite a hiccup in the second semi-final, they would beat Claremont in a remarkable Grand Final at Fremantle Community Bank Oval.

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NOTICE OF AGM

Friday, October 23, 2020 - 3:21 PM



To dowload an extract from the board governance charter please click the link below:
Extract from Charter

To download the South Fremantle Football Club's Constitution click the link below:
Constitution

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LONG WAIT, HEARTACHE WORTH IT IN THE END FOR WILSON

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 - 6:38 AM - by Chris Pike

BLAYNE Wilson came to South Fremantle hoping to put some finals heartache behind him and while it took some more pain along the way, he has now got the taste of a WAFL premiership and he isn’t sure he's experienced anything better in his life.

Wilson started his football as a rising star with Peel Thunder going on to be drafted by the West Coast Eagles where he'd play nine AFL matches, but it was at East Perth in the WAFL that his finals pain really started to hit home.

He was part of back-to-back Grand Final losses with the Royals where they went in as favourites on both occasions against West Perth in 2013 and Subiaco in 2014. 

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TOUGH YEAR TURNS INTO DREAM COME TRUE FOR SCHLOITHE

Wednesday, October 14, 2020 - 2:01 PM - by Chris Pike

FOR so many reasons Haiden Schloithe could have written off 2020, but in the end it will be a year to forever treasure as he became a WAFL premiership player with South Fremantle and he dedicated the triumph to his late grandad.

Schloithe has had a remarkably decorated career over the last decade since he made the move from Katanning up to Perth and to start playing at South Fremantle following in the footsteps of local legends Ashton and Kyle Hams.

It started off great guns with a colts premiership and being drafted to the Fremantle Dockers, but the wait for a flag at league level with the Bulldogs has been a long road since even if Schloithe has racked up the individual awards along the way.

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MASKOS JUNIOR NOW A COLTS, RESERVES, PREMIERSHIP BULLDOG

Saturday, October 10, 2020 - 12:01 PM - by Chris Pike

HIS father might still be the head of the table but Jason Maskos is coming armed to Christmas with more and more ammunition every year now as a colts, reserves and league WAFL premiership player with South Fremantle.

Maskos has spent his whole life hearing about the football career that his father Arthur had with South Fremantle. 

Playing in the famous era of 1980s and early 1990s surrounded by superstars and sporting a moustache he still dons to this day, Arthur became a popular figure at the Bulldogs during his 90-game career that finished with al one appearance in the 1992 WAFL season.

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COACH POST MATCH – TODD CURLEY GRAND FINAL

Friday, October 9, 2020 - 9:15 PM - by Chris Pike

TODD Curley became a premiership coach as South Fremantle defeated Claremont at Fremantle Community Bank Oval by three points in the 2020 WAFL Grand Final, and he had plenty to reflect upon but really what he is most happy about is to give the players the chance to celebrate.

QUESTION: You know what this feels like as a player Todd, but that was 17 years ago the last time you experienced it, what's this feeling like as a coach?
ANSWER:
Thanks for reminding me it was 17 years ago. I'm just so happy for the players more than anything. I've been able to experience it as a player so I know how special it is and we've got some boys here who have been with me for the whole six years. But they have shown amazing resilience and not everything has worked out perfectly for us while we've been here, but they keep fronting up, digging in and trying to do the right thing. I'm just so happy for them. It was a pretty good game and both teams had periods where they looked like they were in control of the game, and it was a tricky breeze to kick into and we both probably missed some opportunities. But once it gets to that last 15 minutes there's not much you can do, you just hope that the things you've trained for and prepared for work out. I'm just over the moon for them.

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