We start our around the grounds section at Lark Hill, the new home of Port Kennedy. Due to the upgrades happening at their usual home ground of Koorana Reserve, the club will be based at the Hockey Club on the Lark Hill Complex.
Meanwhile, the club have launch an app for your phone. Download the Team App application and search for Port Kennedy to get up to date fixture news.
Baldivis Districts Women’s Division 3 team are still on the look out for players. All are welcome, even if you have not previous playing experience. Training is on Thursday evenings at 6.15 so if you are interested, please contact the club
After the cup success, Mandurah City announced that long serving former club captain Andy Brown has retired due to a serious knee injury. Brown, who also played for Canning City and Stirling Lions, was seen as one of the Dolphins best ever players and the club have decided to retire his number 8 shirt for a short while until one day, he will choose who should wear the number 8 shirt and wear it with as much pride as he did.
Meanwhile, Rockingham City were celebrating off the pitch with news that they have won a Rotary Grant. The grant will go towards improving the already excellent facility.
Rockingham united still have spaces left for some of their teams. The club is more than happy to talk to anyone about filing these spots and can be found every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 5pm at Paul Garnett Reserve, near the Rockingham Hospital.
And finally, it was great news to hear that Perth would be getting some action in the 2023 Women’s World Cup. The growth of more girls and ladies playing the game is a key to the growth of the game. We look forward to seeing who gets to play here in Perth and going to the games. If anyone local is involved in anyway, please do get in touch!