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 General Info

Willetton Junior Football Club is a registered division of the Willetton Sports Club

Our home oval is Burrendah Reserve on the corner of Burrendah Boulevarde and Pinetree Gully Rd in Willetton (view map) . Change rooms, canteen and property room are situated on site

The club caters for all age groups of junior footballers from Auskickers (peewees aged 6 to 8), right through to 17's, with a direct pathway to the Willetton Amateur Football Club

  The Club is committed to a fair go for all our players and has formulated both a club philosophy as well as a coaching philosophy. All coaches are fully accredited

In addition, the club is committed to providing as much practical assistance as possible to the various volunteers without whose help the club could not continue. Included are manuals to assist in the various roles - Registrars Team Managers manual, Coaches' manual

Club History

The Willetton Junior Football Club  was founded in 1971,  as Willetton Sports Club (Junior Football Division).  It was felt necessary to form a new club, as boys who lived in the Willetton area were having trouble getting a game with the adjoining Riverton club due to the excess of numbers.

The  foundation committee consisted of:

Ian Adkins President
Camm Rielly Treasurer
Kevin Abbot Secretary
Dave Hackett
Ray Hagen
Bert Nye
Terry Stammers
Mr Mathews
Mr Bradley

The club initially fielded two teams in the East Fremantle jurisdiction in the 9's and 11's, coached by Ray Hagen and Dave Hackett respectively.

In 1972, the club changed its name to the Willetton Junior Football and Sports Club.  The following year, the name was changed to the Willetton Sports Club which had different divisions representing various sports.  The Football Division represented both junior and senior football.

In 1980, two football divisions were formed with the senior division joining S.S.M.N.F.L  (later to become the S.F.L) and the junior division covering the boys aged 9 to 17, playing in the East Fremantle Football Club Junior Council.

The club has been very successful, producing both WAFL and AFL players including, Shaun McManus,  Richard Hadley, Aaron Sandilands, Dominic Cassisi, Brett Peake and Brad Dodd.   The club can also lay claim to a string of premierships including the following:


1975 10's Ted Morgan
1976 12's Eddie Stephens
1976 14's Len Phillips
1981 11's John Rigby
1982 11's Richard Morphett
1986 12's John Dimitroff
1991 13's
1991 15's
1992 14's
1993 14's
1994 13's
1994 17's
1995 13's
1998 16's
1999 16's
2003 15's (combined Willetton Rostrata team)
2004 14's
2005 13's Blue Neil Lester-Smith

Life Members

Name Year
Ray Hagen 1984
Geoff Field 1984
Cedric Muller 1985
Anne Moylan 1986
Robert Burns 1986
Sue McManus 2001

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