Looking for a team around Stirling

Discussion in 'Regional Footy - WA' started by Milang_Panthers, Oct 12, 2012.

Put it out there
  1. Milang_Panthers

    Milang_Panthers Premiership Player

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    Hi there just moving up around Stirling in a few weeks time and just looking for a team around the area to play for next year. From the country so dont know any clubs around the city.
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  2. sTeeL

    sTeeL Norm Smith Medallist

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    Innaloo Bulldogs play in the Mercantile cup out of Birallee Reserve. Not far from Stirling train station. Its a bit less professional than most of my previous clubs but it's still fun. Im hoping that gets better this summer (was only my first with Innaloo). PM me for more info
     
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  3. Grenouille

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    There is one in Stirling and then there are heaps around you one or two suburbs away. Picking a club just depends I guess how good you are.

    Stirling Amateur Football Club
    www.stirlingsaints.com
    B, BR, E1,COLTS
    Richard Guelfi Reserve, Delawney, Balcatta

    others

    Coolbinia West Perth Amateur Football Club
    www.cwpafc.com.au
    C1, C1R, E3, COLTS
    Yokine Reserve, Wordsworth Ave

    Dianella Morley Amateur Football Club
    http://www.dmafc.net/
    C4, C4R, E3
    Light Street Open Space, Cnr Light Street
    & Alexander Drive, Dianella

    Hamersley Carine Amateur Football
    Club

    www.hcafc.com.au
    A,AR,D1, D1R,COLTS
    Carine Open Space, Beach Rd, Carine

    North Beach Amateur Football Club
    www.nbfc.com.au
    A,AR, D1, D1R, E2,2xCOLTS
    Charles Riley Reserve, Kitchener St &
    North Beach Road, North Beach

    Scarborough Amateur Football Club
    www.scarboroughafc.com.au
    B, BR, D2, D2R, COLTS
    Millington Reserve, Jeanes Rd, Karrinyup

    West Coast Cowan Amateur Football Club
    www.westcoastcowan.com
    B,BR,E1,COLTS
    City Beach Oval, Fred Burton Wy, City Beach
     
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  4. Milang_Panthers

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    Cheers mate. Whats the maximum age for colts?
     
  5. Grenouille

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    I think it is 20 is the max age for colts from trying to decipher the WAAFL rules, however this may change as rumour has it (I have pieced this from conversations, so I may be talking out of my backside) that it will go up to 21. Due to in 2013, 18 year olds will still be in high school because of a change in when kids start school. So to keep high school aged kids together, they are bumping up the age of the junior comps and turning u/17s into u/18s. The flow on being there will be less people in colts so they are bumping colts age. Like I said this could all be bulldust.

    But depending on how good you are, you could play in seniors. I have not seen any A or B division games, but I know from C1 division down there are 16/17 year olds playing and carving it up.

    As a heads up, there is a prison side(Wooraloo under the banner of Swan Districts) in E1 division as some people for there own reasons do not like playing against them or feel they should not be playing fullstop. So you may want to take that into consideration on what club you go to if you do not feel comfortable playing against them, but I have not heard of anything dodgy they have on the footy field, but as I think I have said I am new to footy so haven't been around that long.
     
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    When I played colts a few years back it was 18 with 4 x 19 year olds allowed. May have changed though.
     
  7. drummond2fevola

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    The colts rule has changed yes, maximum age now being 20 compared to it being 19 in previous years.
     
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    It's been confirmed that as of 2013 maximum colts age is now 21, and im not sure how many 16/17 year olds would be dominanting anything above C3 IMO. Boys against men is a very differenct game unlessly you are sublimely talented and if you are that good at 16/17 you are generally playing WAFL footy not ammos.