Don’t Mess With Baldivis Coach George Mann!

Congratulations to Baldivis First team coach George Mann!!

This past Saturday, George Mann won the WBC Muay Thai Super-Middleweight World title. He defeated English fighter and now former champion, George Jarvis in the main event at MTGP Australia in Perth.

George Mann becomes the first Male in WBC MT history to win the World Championship in 2 different weight division.

Blood, Sweat and Red Cards

Despite the hot weekend, there was still some great football action over the weekend.

Saturday evening had the State League Night Series quater final between Mandurah City and Rockingham City. Before any mention of the game, we would like to pass on our best wishes and a speedy recovery to Mandurah defender Aaron McCready who suffered a nasty head injury during the game. 

As for the game itself, some described it as a game of 2 halves. Joe O’Brien opened the scoring in the 2nd minute for Mandurah and Craig Bzker added the second on 22 minutes. During the first half injury time, O’Brien added his second and John Baird Made it 201 career goals with a penalty to make it 4-0.

With both sets of supporters in fine voice, it tokkuntil the 80th minute before Rockingham got on the score sheet through Jayden Leader. Mandurah were then reduced to 10 men as Shaun Mukwevho was shown a second yellow card and a few moments later, Robbie Galvin was sent of for a late challenge to reduce Mandurah to 9 men. Rockingham tried to get back in the game, but it finished 4-1. Mandurah’s reward is a semi final game on Sunday night against Western Knights.

The Australia Cup started on Sunday afternoon and it was a winning start for Port Kennedy. A second half hat trick for Matthew Warren was the difference between the two sides, in a game that was a little niggly at times. Port Kennedy’s reward is an away trip to Busselton in the best round, in a trip which I imaging, will be a fun one for all connected with the club.

Around The Grounds

There are 2 highlights of the weekend ahead. On Saturday, it’s the “non” local derby game between Mandurah City and Rockingham City, being played at Wanneroo City ‘s ground at 6pm in the Football West Night series game. Then, on Sunday, Port Kennedy play Nothern City in the second round of the Australia Cup. This game is being played at Shoalwater Oval with a 2.30pm kick off. We hope to be at both games and provide up to date match highlights on our Facebook page.

Away from these games, here is a look at what has been happening around grounds.

The Peel Junior Soccer Association have their second registration day on Saturday 26th February between 2 and 5pm at the Singleton Community Centre. For more information, please visit their website

Also on Saturday, there are a couple of pre-season games happening. At 11.30am, Peel United’s reserve team play Mandurah City’s under 18’s team and then at 1.30pm, Peel’s first team play Mandurah City’s reserve team. These games are being played at Coote Reserve in Madora Bay.

On Sunday 12th March, Rockingham United will be holding a sausage sizzle at the Bunnings warehouse in Rockingham. Please feel free to grab some food and drink from them, while shopping for your DIY projects.

Port Kennedy is in a position to have three women’s teams this year. This is a magnificent effort from the club, however, their second team is looking for a coach. With full support from the club and the coaching coordinator, this role will be exciting and rewarding. For more information, please email them at

Rockingham City are currently advertising for a Canteen Coordinator. This is a paid position and applications close on the 12th March. Please check out their Facebook page for details on how to apply. The club are also looking for coaches to coach there Under 8’s, 12’s and 14’s. If you are an experienced coach, or new to coaching, the club would love to hear from you. Please email them at for more information. Finally, the Under 15’s NPL side is looking for a couple of extra players for the season ahead. again, please email the clubs president for more information.

Mandurah City Social’s team are on the look out for some new players for the season ahead. Training is on a Wednesday night from 6.45pm and for more information, give Mike a call on 0452 344 472

The city of Rockingham is now taking expressions of interest from local sporting clubs for their exciting Rockingham Youth Sport Leadership program for 12–15-year-olds. This grassroots program is the first of its kind in WA and a great way for you to develop your club’s future leaders. If this is something that appeals to you or someone you know, please call them on 9528 0333 or email them at

The Rocky Cup Returns

After the success for last years competition, The Rocky Cup returns for a second year.

The tournament is a round robin style tournament to ensure everyone has fun and help get your young teams ready for the season ahead. Registration will include medals for winners and runners up and a trophy for the winners in each age group. 4 or 6 teams per age group. U9’s 7 v 7 maximum 12 players per team U10s, U11s & U12s 9 v 9 maximum 14 players per team 

Registration $250/team

A registration form and tournament rules will be forwarded on registration. Game times extended from 2022 based on participant feedback

For more information or to register your team, please go to The Rocky Cup and good luck to you all!

Rocky Roll On, Mandurah March On

The final round of the group stages of the night series concluded this weekend, with wins for both of our sides.

Already qualified Mandurah City made several changes on Friday night for their game against Canning City and still came away with a 2-1 win with goals from Aaron McCready and Joe O’Brien, which maintained their 100% record in the group stage.

Sunday night saw Rockingham take on Subiaco in a game they had to win to qualify for the knockout stages. Rockingham didn’t really have much to worry about as they ran out 2-0 winners with Jayden Leader scoring from the penalty spot in the first half and Will Hayes making sure of the victory on the hour mark and guaranteeing top spot in the group.

Saturday night sees the first phase of the knockout rounds and the draw has got Mandurah City playing Rockingham City in a not so local derby. The game is scheduled to be played at 6pm at the home of Wanneroo City. Let’s hope that there is some fixture rearrangement for this game, so it can be played a lot closer to the region and would allow even more supporters to go and watch the game.

More and Updated Fixture News

The Women’s League Night Series fixtures have been drawn as well as the locations of the men’s amateur night series games, so here is an updated list of upcoming fixtures.

Sunday 19th February – Rockingham City v Subiaco – Men’s State League Group F – Kick off 7pm – at Forrestfield United Ground.

Sunday 26th February – Port Kennedy v Northern City – Australia Cup – Kick Off 2.30pm – at Shoalwater Reserve

Sunday 5th March – Kwinana United v Peel United – Men’s Amateur Night Series – Kick Off 3pm – at Kelly Park (Home of Kwinana)

Sunday 5th March – South West Phoenix v Port Kennedy – Men’s Amateur Night Series – Kick Off 3pm – at Kelly Park (Home of Kwinana)

Sunday 5th March – Baldivis Districts v Port Kennedy – Women’s League Night Series – Kick Off 5pm – Venue TBC

Sunday 5th March – Mandurah City v Fremantle City – Women’s League Night Series – Kick Off 7pm – Venue TBC

Sunday 12th March – Kwinana United v Port Kennedy – Men’s Amateur Night Series – Kick Off 3pm – at Kelly Park (Home of Kwinana)

Sunday 12th March – Peel United v South West Phoenix – Men’s Amateur Night Series – Kick Off 3pm – at Kelly Park (Home of Kwinana)

Sunday 12th March – Fremantle City v Baldivis Districts – Women’s League Night Series – Kick Off 5pm – Venue TBC

Sunday 12th March – Mandurah City v Port Kennedy – Women’s League Night Series – Kick Off 7pm – Venue TBC

Saturday 18th March – Joondalup United v Mandurah City – State League Under 18’s Cup – Kick Off 10.30am – Venue Forrest Park Community Sporting Facility

Saturday 18th March – Joondalup United v Mandurah City – State League Reserves Cup – Kick Off 12.45pm – Venue Forrest Park Community Sporting Facility

Saturday 18th March – Joondalup United v Mandurah City – Australia Cup – Kick Off 3pm – Venue Forrest Park Community Sporting Facility

Saturday 18th March – Rockingham City v Noranda City – Australia Cup – Kick Off 3pm – Venue Lark Hill

Sunday 19th March – Baldivis Districts v Mandurah City – Women’s League Night Series – Kick Off 7pm – Venue TBC

Sunday 26th March – Peel United v Port Kennedy – Men’s amateur Night Series – Kick Off 3pm – at Kelly Park (Home of Kwinana)

Men’s Amateur Night Series Draw Made

For the first time in quite a while, we have two teams taking part in the Men’s Amateur Night Series competition and the draw for the group stages has just been made.

5th March Kwinana United v Peel United & Port Kennedy v South West Phoenix

12th March Port Kennedy v Kwinana United & South West Phoenix v Peel United

19th March Peel United v Port Kennedy

Kickmoff times and venues will be announced soon and we will update this information as soon as we know.

Around The Grounds

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 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

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.

Mandurah Magic, Rockingham Rocking

Week 2 of the State League night series competition saw plenty of goals for our local sides, but with a mixed bag of results.

Mandurah City all but qualified for the next round with a comprehensive 7-3 win over Forrestfield United. Goals grom John Baird (his 200th career goal), Joey O’Brien, Craig Barker, Dylan Rogers, Hamish Van Dieken (2) and Sam Byrne saw the Dolphins through this tough game.

It was a game of two halves for Rockingham City on Friday night as they stormed into a 2-0 lead against Ashfield Sports, with Taylor Carter scoring both goals. Ashfield pulled one back in the 50th minute through Gareth Hamilton and then Ben Entwistle levelled the scores with 20 minutes to go. With the game heading for a draw, it was Ashfield’s Jarad Flavel with the winner with 8 minutes remaining.

This weekend sees the last round of group games, with Mandurah City playing Canning City on Friday night at 8.30pm while Rockingham City must win their last game to have any chance of qualifying for the next round, when they take on Subiaco on Sunday night with a 7pm kick off.

Both games are being played at Forrestfield United.

Work Opportunity For The Peel Regional Football Council

The Peel Regional Football Council are looking for a development officer to work for them. If you love your football, this paid role could be just right for you.

Role Purpose

The role of the PRFC Development Officer is to have a positive impact on the experiences of current
and future players, coaches, and referees within the area supported by PRFC, namely Rockingham
to Waroona.
It is a role that will promote, develop, and enhance football participation in the region through
education, implementation of initiatives and policies for football at every level and every age group
within the region
To provide activities that assist in the creation of a recruitment pathway into member clubs through
school / community engagement.
Support council member clubs/ associations in coach and referee development.

About the role

This is a contracted position and will be paid on an hourly basis.
The PRFC Development Officer will undertake or oversee the following duties (but are not limited
 Support and promote the ALDI MiniRoos Programme and ensure that all PRFC Associations
and Clubs conduct the ALDI MiniRoos Programme to the exclusion of all variations of
football in the U5s to U11s age groups.
 Minimum of two (2) MiniRoos Kick-Off sites delivered across the region.
 Proactively promote PRFC school coaching initiatives and all Sporting Schools key funding
dates released by Sport AUS to all schools in our region.
 Working with the responsible organisations and to have first right of service for confirmed
Sporting School bookings within the PRFC region.
 Minimum of two (2) Kick It. Skills program delivered each Term – 8 in total.
 Support and promote coach education courses and seminars to member clubs and
associations through established communication channels.
 Coordinate / organise / deliver coach education courses in the region with a specific
emphasis on community coaching courses.
 Identify suitable facilities to conduct coach education courses, club and association update
seminars and sessions.
 Planning, coordination and running Come & Try days for junior boys and girls.
 Coordinate and Attend Country Week including, coach selection and co-ordination, player
selection, pre country week coaching and initial coach the coach sessions for new to role
country wee coaches.
 Attending City of Mandurah & City of Rockingham Sports related seminars or events as
 Establishment of databases for the collection of data such as a schools register, activities
register, a register of course attendees.

The PRFC Development Officer is expected to develop a network and register of Development
Officers (past, present and future) to provide support, assistance and coverage so that all activities
and opportunities are covered.
The PRFC Development Officer will work closely with the Football West’s Coach & Referee
Development, and Operations Support Teams in the implementation of FW initiatives.
The PRFC Development Officer will report to the Council through its Chairperson and is expected to
attend monthly Council meetings.
The right person will have:
 Minimum Current ‘C’ License AFC accreditation or equivalent.
 Demonstrated experience in coordinating and presenting coach education programs to a
wide range of stakeholders.
 Previous experience in football coaching at both senior and junior levels
 Well-developed computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
 Strong written and verbal communication skills
 Well organised with an ability to prioritise work commitments and work with multiple
stakeholders simultaneously.
 Demonstrate a working understanding and application of inclusion, equality and anti –
discrimination, safeguarding and best practice.
 A current Working with Children check.
 A current First Aid certificate (or willingness to obtain one)
 A current Driver’s License.
 An Australian Business Number (ABN)

About You:

 Demonstrated strong administration skills.
 Excellent customers service skills and phone manner.
 Willingness to assist stakeholders and influence great outcomes.
 Ability to work in a team.
 Ability to remain agile and flexible.
 Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
 Ability to work autonomously.
 Available to work during the day, evenings and weekends, as required.
 Available for the whole of Country Week.
 Fundamental Microsoft Office knowledge.
 Previous experience planning, coordinating and running events would be highly

If this is something that interests you or you would like further information, please contact the PRFC at

Around The Grounds

Another week closer to the start of the season and many clubs and associations are continuing their hard work to get as many people as possible, of all ages and abilities playing this year. Here is our weekly look at what is happening around the grounds.

Rockingham City are continuing their growth of the girl’s game by inviting any girls who qualify for the under 14’s and under 16’s to their training sessions. Training is at Lark Hill from 5pm on Wednesday evenings and all players are welcome.

Port Kennedy’s senior ladies’ team are on the lookout for a goalkeeper. An unfortunate long-term injury to the regular keeper now means that this position is a priority for the team. If you are an experienced keeper, then please contact Kevin on 0449 577 671.

Baldivis Districts invites all girls and women who are 15 years and over to join their senior squads for this season. No experience needed and training is on Tuesday nights, from 6.30pm at Baldivis reserve. For more information, please contact the club

Rockingham United have announce the time of training for their teams. Training is on a Thursday night from 5.30pm for Under 5’s to Under 14’s and 6.15pm for Under 16’s and seniors. all players are welcome, and the club will let anyone play, no try outs required. Training is at Paul Garnett Reserve, near Rockingham Hospital

The continuation of the facility upgrades at Murray Districts Rangers continues. With new club house and changing room, the club have now got new permanent lights at their South Yunderup home and welcome all new players to attend their training sessions to play for this year.

Rocky Leave It Late, Dolphins Dim The Lights

Rockingham City opened up their State League Night Series campaign with a 2-1 win over Swan United on Sunday. In a game where most people thought Rockingham would easily beat there opponents, they left it late to get the three points as Swan took an early lead through Rhys Loxley. It took Rockingham until the 87th minute to get the equaliser through Jayden Leader and when everyone thought it was going to end up as a draw, Joseph Moss scored the winner in the 89th minute to give Rockingham all three points.

Mandurah City had a much easier time of it on their game against Curtin University, storming into a 4 nil lead at half time with Hamish Van Dieken and John Baird scoring twice. Supporters were left short changed as the lights failed with around 20 minutes to go and the referee called the game to an early finish with the 4-0 result standing.

Round 2 of the night series continues this weekend, Rockingham City take on Ashfield Sports on Friday 10th at 6.30pm while Mandurah City take on Forrestfield United on Sunday 12th at 5pm. Both games are being played at the home of Forrestfield United.

Around The Grounds

Really hope you enjoyed our first of many podcasts for the 2023 season and we look forward to doing more and hearing from both new and previous guests of the show. All you need to do is contact us with your news and we will do the rest….It’s that simple!

We will do our usual look around the grounds and this week, we start with the Peel Junior Soccer Association who have annoyed their registration details.

Three registration and information days coming up. Register online and then bring in your completed form and have your team assigned at rego days. Sat 11th February at Singleton 2pm to 5pm, Sun 26th February at Singleton 2pm to 5pm and Sat 4th March at Bortolo 9am to 12pm. Any enquiries, please email to

Port Kennedy’s Australia Cup game against Northern City has been confirmed for Sunday 26th February, 3pm kick off at Shoalwater Reserve. The Under 15’s team at Port Kennedy are also looking for some extra players for this season. Training is on Thursday evenings from 6pm to 7pm and all players are welcome. You can just turn up or for more information, call Zach on 0436 862 535

Murray District Rangers Socials side require a coach and they are also recruiting for the socials men’s & women’s teams. They also have their AGM on the 26th February at midday at Sth Yunderup Oval.

Mandurah City Football Club is proud to announce the Presidents Cup will be returning for 2023. This is the 3rd annual event for this great day. With lots of raffle prizes to be won you do not want to miss this! Numbers are limited so get your team together and book now! There are only limited carts available which will be first come first serve. Ladies teams are welcome! Registration will be at 11am, with the first tee time at 12pm starting off the 1st and the 10th tees. Tickets can be bought from here

Peel United are on the look out for a coach for their amateur reserve side. Working alongside the first team coach, it’s a fantastic opportunity for you to help grow the club even more.

Baldivis Soccer Club would like some more under 18’s to join them. Training is on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6.30pm. Any questions, please contact Derek on 0407 484 284

Warnbro Strikers Soccer Club mens Under 18’s Team are looking for a few new additions to the team. With a great Coach & a good bunch of lads, this team has been successful in the under 16’s winning the div 1 league. If you enjoy playing the game and have the desire to improve, show commitment and to be a part of a well organized team, then please contact Linda – 0423 348 810

Rockingham City are excited to announce Jayden Leader has signed on the dotted line for the 2023 season. Jayden joins the list of exciting young locals to return to the club this year. A former RCFC junior, Jayden has spent the last 7 years in the Perth Glory set up and made his professional debut against Melbourne Victory last season. Our coaches were delighted to of got their man ” Jayden came to us at the start of preseason looking to keep himself ticking along but he’s really enjoyed the training and being around the group, he’s someone that holds himself to high standards and he’s keen to help us make the next step” Jayden said he was excited to be coming home “Its a pleasure to return to my boyhood club there’s a quality bunch of boys and great staff here. Really keen to get started, work hard and help the team get positive results”

Rockingham City are also having sessions for Girls who can play at, U12, U14 & U16 levels. Tonight (2nd Feb) is the first of these sessions. If you have no experience or some, come along anyway and just play for fun. Session starts at 5pm, no need to register, just turn up and play

Also tonight, AFC Rockingham returns for the 2023 season to welcome back all past and new players. AFC are located in the southern Rockingham area and looking for players to join or return to our div 1 and 3 social teams, masters 35s and 45s. Fees are $300 and kept low thanks to great support from our local sponsors. Please contact us them via email if you need any further information. 1st training session will be 6.45pm start on Thursday 2nd Feb @ laurie stanford reserve.

Rockingham United Women Players Wanted! The club was born with women and girls at its heart. Family-friendly, with an 18 year track record of supporting females play football. They are looking for more women to join in the fun! Training on Tuesday and Thursdays, games on Sundays, 6:15pm at the Paul Garnett Reserve in Cooloongup. Come on down! Being part of a Club like Rockingham United FC offers more than just an opportunity kick a ball around – you get friends and community, a sense of accomplishment, a team bond, and constant opportunities to improve yourself, all while having plenty of laughs along the way.

If we have missed anything, do please let us know by emailing us at or sending us a message on our Facebook page

Mandurah Walking Football Tournament

Saturday morning saw the Peel Regional Walking Football Club hold their first tournament of 2023. Players and teams from as far away as Wanneroo, Ashfield and Perth, along with our local players took part in a 6 team round robin competition.

The standard was very high, with some completive game being played throughout and after all the group games were played, the final was between the Peel Ramblers and the Pipers.

The final was a close affair, with the Ramblers taking an early lead. tactics then played a part as they tried to hold onto this lead by “Parking the bus” in front of their gaol and this tactic so nearly worked, before an equalizing goal with a couple of minutes left meant the game went to a sudden death penalty shoot-out.

Neil Morrison, held his nerve for the Ramblers to score the vital penalty, which meant the Ramblers won 2-1 and win the trophy.

Award Winner At The Australian Of The Year Awards

Congratulations to one of Murray District Rangers founding members & life member Carl Duxbury on winning Senior Citizen of the year at the Shire of Murray Australia Day Awards yesterday! The club and it’s members know first hand all the work that Carl puts in & how long he has been a volunteer for and the club are so very grateful. So we’ll deserved.

Well done to Carl! You are a true MDR Legend!

2023 Australia Cup – First Couple of Rounds Drawn

Port Kennedy will kick off the 2023 Australia Cup with a home tie against Northern City in the second round of the cup. This game will be played over the weekend of 25th and 26th February.

In the following round, should they win their tie, Port Kennedy will travel to Busselton City. Other ties in this round involving our local sides are Joondalup United v Mandurah City, Rockingham City v Noranda City and Curtin University v Peel United. These games will be played over the weekend of 18th and 19th March 2023.

Around The Grounds

It’s that time of the week when we take a quick look at what has been happening around the grounds this week.

On Saturday, the Peel Walking Football Club are holding their first tournament of the year. Games start at 9am and all spectators are welcome to come and have a look, especially those who are thinking of playing in the near future. The competition is at the Mandurah Aquatic Centre and goes until 12.30.

Rockingham City is looking for coach for their girls under 14’s to join their community and make football fun for the girls. For more information, please email your interest to The club have a range of coaches and staff who are able to support you for a smooth transition into the club. They offer mentoring throughout the year plus an educational seminar to further develop leadership, coaching and motivational skills. The state league side are in action on Saturday night, as they travel down to play South West Phoenix at Hay Park Bunbury for a pre season game. Kick off is at 6.45pm

Also in action on Saturday night are Peel United, who play Balga Reserves at 7pm at Bortolo Park in a pre season friendly. This is the teams second game, having beaten Port Kennedy last Sunday 2-1.

Murray District Rangers are looking for a coach for their social side for this season. With new facilities, it will be great opportunity for someone to grow the club and help increase the playing group. Players are also invited to contact the club with a view to play for this year. Message the club at their Facebook page Murray District Rangers

Walking Football is continuing with Port Kennedy this year. Played on a Wednesday evening from 5.30pm at the Warnbro Oval. It only cost $5 a session, but the first session is free. Just turn up, bring a water bottle and have fun. If you are not quite old enough for walking football, they have a women’s masters team that are looking for players. Training is on Wednesday nights from 6.30 at Warnbro Oval and if this interests you, contact Andy on 0403 347 795

Warnbro Strikers Soccer Club Mens Under 18’s Team are looking for a few new additions to the team. With a great Coach & a good bunch of lads, this team has been successful in the under 16’s winning the div 1 league. If you enjoy playing the game and have the desire to improve, show commitment and to be a part of a well organized team, then please contact Linda – 0423 348 810.

AFC Rockingham returns for the 2023 season to welcome back all past and new players. AFC are located in the southern Rockingham area and looking for players to join or return to the div 1 and 3 social teams, masters 35s and 45s. Fees are $300 and kept low thanks to great support from their local sponsors. Please contact them via email 1st training session will be 6.45pm start on Thursday 2nd Feb @ Laurie Stanford reserve in Singleton.

If your child was born in 2018 or older and wants to give soccer a go, come on down to the Rockingham United Football Club! Preseason training continues on Tuesday 31st January at the Paul Garnett Reserve, Cooloongup. The club fields girls, boys and mixed teams from age 5 and up. The soccer season runs from April – September. Training days are Tuesday & Thursday at the following times

4:30pm 5-11 year olds (1 hour)

5:30pm 12-14 year olds (1 hour)

6:15pm 15+ and Senior Women

No trials – everyone gets a go!

Come to the grounds and see a Committee member at the registration desk for more information. We hope to see you there!

2023 Australia Cup – Still Time To Enter

Port Kennedy, Mandurah City and Rockingham City have all entered this years FFA cup and there is still time for your club to enter. It’s great opportunity to make some history for your club or use the game or games as pre season friendlies.

Entry date closes at 10am on the 23rd January, so still time to get involved.

Should you have any questions please contact Football West on (08) 6181 0700 or via email