Another week closer to the start of the season and clubs are busy sorting out their teams for the year ahead. Here is a look at what has been happening around the grounds.
Mandurah City club captain, Harry Collins has recently signed a new contract with the club until the end of the 2024 season. Collins recently said that “I have loved every minute of my time at Mandurah and this season has huge potential”. Meanwhile, the clubs Metro team are looking for some new players and invite anyone interested to their training sessions on a Wednesday evening. For more information, call Mike on 0452 344 472.
Also on a Wednesday night, Rockingham City have training for their girls under 14’s and under 16’s teams. Training is between 5 and 6.30pm at Lark Hill. On Thursday nights, the under 12’s girls will be training between 4.30 and 6pm.
Both Port Kennedy’s women’s and men’s amateur teams have been selected to play in the respective night series competitions. Details of the fixtures will be announced in the next few weeks.
Some of the junior teams at Baldivis are in need of players. Teams in question are under 10’s, under 15’s and under 16’s for boys and under 10’s, under 12’s and under 14’s for girls. For more information, please email the club at email@example.com The club are also holding a family fun day on Sunday 26th March and look forward to inviting as many people along to the event.
Baldivis Districts invites all women and girls who are 15 years and over to join their senior squads this year. No experience is necessary, and the club would love to hear from you. Just email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Walking football in region now got bigger as the Peel Regional Walking Footballers are having a third weekly session. You can now play between 1 and 2pm on Monday afternoons at the Mandurah Aquatic Centre. Sessions cost just $5.40 and anyone can play, providing you are over 30 for women and over 40 for men.