Ben Voges set to play his 400th game for Warnbro Swans

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Construction Training Fund backs women's competition

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Women's competition expands to 52 teams in 2021

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Carlton Dry announced as the new beer behind Amateur Football

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2020 Digital Yearbook

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No TEAM P W L D % PTS
1 Kingsway (A)Kingsway (A) 1 1 0 0 192.19 4
2 North Beach (A)North Beach (A) 1 1 0 0 191.49 4
3 Scarborough (A)Scarborough (A) 1 1 0 0 136.51 4
4 Curtin Uni Wesley (A)Curtin Uni Wesley (A) 1 1 0 0 119.18 4
5 Trinity Aquinas (A)Trinity Aquinas (A) 1 1 0 0 106.45 4
6 University (A)University (A) 1 0 1 0 93.94 0
7 Collegians (A)Collegians (A) 1 0 1 0 83.91 0
8 Fremantle C.B.C. (A)Fremantle C.B.C. (A) 1 0 1 0 73.26 0
9 North Fremantle (A)North Fremantle (A) 1 0 1 0 52.22 0
10 Wembley (A)Wembley (A) 1 0 1 0 52.03 0

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After finishing a shorted 2020 season on 399 games, Saturday 10 April will see Warnbro Swans Football Club stalwart Ben Voges play his 400th game for the Club at the Warnbro Recreation Oval.  The 40-year-old has been part of Warnbro Football Club for 33 years, having first played for Warnbro in the under eights back in 1988. Ben has been a big part of the Warnbro Swan Football Club: - games record holder, Club Captain from 2015 to 2017, dual premiership player, best and fairest winner, and committee member for several years including club secretary. Ben said, “I have really enjoyed..

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The Perth Football League is excited to announce a two-year sponsorship for the women’s competition with Construction Training Fund (CTF). CTF helps create a work-ready Western Australian workforce. They collect a levy on construction projects worth more than $20,000, which provides generous funding support to those hiring apprentices and trainees, as well as financial support for mid-career retraining, upskilling in trades. The fund operates an interactive venue, the Construction Futures Centre, designed to inspire school-aged children and young adults as well as people considering a career change to consider the variety of pathways and job options on offer within the industry. CTF CEO, Tiffany Allen,..

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The Perth Football League women’s competition continues to expand with 12 new clubs joining in season 2021. Along with these 12 clubs joining with brand new teams, three clubs have expanded to include two women’s sides, taking the total number of teams to 52. Wembley, North Fremantle, Melville, Scarborough, Whitfords, Manning, Yanchep, Ballajura, Ellenbrook, Coolbinia, Hammersley Carine and Baldivis join with one side each while Cottesloe, Piara Waters and Rossmoyne have all added a second team. The Perth Football League Women’s competition kicked off in 2018 with 16 teams and has seen a rapid growth in participation over such a..

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The Perth Football League is excited to announce Carlton Dry as the new beer behind amateur football for the 2021 season onwards. Carlton & United Breweries have been the exclusive beer partner for the Perth Football League for the past 20 years, and this year, have repositioned Carlton Dry - one of WA’s most loved beer brands – to support local footy across the state. The partnership includes a range of match-day and digital initiatives along with some exciting promotions planned to commemorate the league’s centenary season. Carlton & United Breweries General Manager of Sales for WA, Danny Savage, was..

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