Pink Tiger Day 10th Anniversary

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Perth Football League 100 Year Anniversary Poster

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Due to the WA Government’s COVID-19 restrictions enacted at the time, matches fixutred for the 24th April 2021 could not be played. By-law A2.7.4 provides for where matches cannot be played: Where a match is abandoned or terminated before the scheduled end or the result of the match is in dispute, the General Manager at his absolute discretion may determine the result or order the match be replayed at such time and place as he sees fit. Several clubs raised with the League the possibility of re-scheduliing 24th April 2021 matches. There is an all grades bye 5th June 2021..

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Wed, May 5, 2021 - 7:25 PM
Pink Tiger Day 10th Anniversary

Saturday 15 May will see Curtin Uni Wesley Football Club host its 10th Anniversary of Pink Tiger Day, raising funds for the McGrath Foundation. What started as the brainchild of club stalwart Mark Hayter a decade ago, has gone on to be the largest ‘grassroots’ level national contributor to the McGrath Foundation. Previous amounts raised have been upwards of $50,000 and the club is hopeful that 2021 will be another big year on all fronts. Over the past 9 years, Pink Tiger Day has raised over $310,000 for the McGrath Foundation. Fundraising comprises selling 10 Corporate Sponsorships, Ticket Sales ($100 x..

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To commemorate 100 years of amateur football, we have partnered with Sporting Fine Art who have created a unique piece of art comprising all 69 club mascots.  To get your piece of history, head to the Sporting Fine Art Online Store ..

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The WA State Government has announced that from 12.01am Saturday 1st May 2021 to 12.01am Saturday 8th May 2021 some minor transitional COVID-19 restrictions will remain in place. In relation to the Perth Football League, including where clubs have organised Centenary Round events; 1. Matches will be played as fixtured with spectators permitted. 2. Masks will no longer be required outside, provided it is possible to physically distance from others. This situation may arise in the coach’s box, landings, patio area or outdoor licensed areas/marquees hosting an event. Where physical distancing cannot be achieved, patrons will be required to wear a..

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