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The West Australian Football Commission team is excited to release the second edition of the WAFooty Schools Newsletter.
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AFL Ambassadors honoured

2016 Winners: BACK: Simon Nimmo, Jake Davis, Thomas Moscarda, Jack Green. FRONT: Paul Polczynski , Narelle Scott, Taziana Leunig. Photo: Bill Crabb.
SEVEN football awards were presented for outstanding promotion of Australian Football in the school community at the 2016 AFL School Ambassador Awards night hosted by the West Australian Football Commission at Domain Stadium on Thursday, August 4.
  In front of a supportive crowd of West Coast Eagles, Fremantle Football Club, school and community football representatives, 29 finalists selected by a judging panel from a pool of more than 100 nominations, were acknowledged and seven category winners announced.
  Most Outstanding Primary and Secondary AFL School Ambassador award winners Narelle Scott and Thomas Moscarda each came away with a trip for two to Melbourne to watch an AFL final.
  West Australian Football Commission Schools Program Manager David Lindsay congratulated all of the award finalists and thanked the attendees, school principals, teachers and their colleagues for supporting such an important program.
  “The amount of work put into promoting Australian Football by the school ambassadors is fantastic,” he said.
“The AFL Schools Ambassador Program

 
encourages an alliance between schools and communities to develop and promote Australian Football in the classroom and on the sporting field and provide guidance, planning and leadership to all school football stakeholders.”

Most Outstanding Primary AFL School Ambassador
Narelle Scott - Tuart Rise Primary
Most Outstanding Secondary AFL School Ambassador
Thomas Moscarda - Wanneroo Secondary College.
Most Outstanding Female AFL School Program 
Jack Green - Tuart Rise Primary School
Most Outstanding First Year AFL School Ambassador
Jake Davis - Eastern Hills Senior High School 
Most Outstanding Indigenous AFL Program
Simon Nimmo - Yule Brook College 
Most Outstanding Multicultural Program
Taziana Leunig - Melville Senior High School
Most Outstanding Non-Teaching Award
Paul Polczynski - Tuart Rise Primary School
Read more HERE
Smiles: Rockingham Lakes PS teacher Samantha McPherson with her winner pre-primary class.

All smiles at Rockingham Lakes

ROCKINGHAM Lakes Primary School’s Pre-Primary 3 class were the lucky winners of the Spotlight on #WAFooty activity poster's footy prize pack on July 1.
The pack was presented at the school's final assembly. Each student received a footy, wrist band, key ring, drink bottle and more.
Schools around the state were able to
get their hands on the WAFC’s football-themed educational poster printed by the West Australian’s Media Education team and go in the draw to win the footy prize pack.
Spotlight on #WAFooty provided students with a range of educational activities that looked at football topics including the history of Subiaco Oval, the origin of football medals.
Winners: Newton Moore SHS defeated Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School in the A grade grand final.

Country Week competition

MORE than 3000 country students and staff from 48 schools descended on Perth during the final week of Term 2 for 2016 Senior High Schools Country Week.
As always football was a highly contested sport with three boys grades and a girls competition.
Newton Moore SHS defeated Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School in the Grand Final of the A-Grade REDiMED Cup - Bill Walker Division to claim country bragging rights.
Manjimup Senior High School took out the B Division, defeating Pinjarra 10.7 (67) to 1.0 (6) in a dominant carnival.
C-Grade saw Geraldton SC defeat Narrogin SHS in the Grand Final 6.4 (40) to 5.8 (38), while the girls Grand Final was won by Bunbury SHS against Newton Moore SHS 6.10 (46) to 2.2 (14)

Success: The winning team.

Brothers win


CHRISTIAN Brothers College, Fremantle took out the Associated Catholic Colleges Year 10 Schoolboys Cup in June.

 

Win: Clontarf all class.
Clontarf crowned


Clontarf defeated Yule Brook by two goals to claim the Perth division grand final for the 8/9 West Coast Eagles Cup.
Good fun: Eights schools form the Olympic rings as part of the Olympic Sports day.

Football at the Olympics

AHEAD of the Rio Olympic Games eight Perth schools took part in fun sporting activities including football, hockey, volleyball and athletics at Perth Hockey Stadium on June 30 as part of an Olympic Day.
Prior to the event, students were split into
groups and given an Olympic country to represent on the day which included an Opening Ceremony.
Football may never be an Olympic sport but however a game of AFL was played at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics as a demonstration sport.

Girls try footy and have a blast

YEAR 5 girls from eight independent girls' schools took part in a Freo Dockers Cup at Yokine Reserve on June 22.
The football sessions and games were part of the Junior Independent Girls Schools Sports Association Winter Sports Day, which saw the girls take part in a number of sports including football.
Girls from Santa Maria College, Iona Presentation Primary School, Presbyterian Ladies' College, Perth, Methodist Ladies' College, Perth College, Penrhos College, St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls and St Mary's Anglican Girls' School all had a blast, some playing footy for the first time.

Got to catch them all at the WAFL

LOOKING for Pokemon? You might find some at your nearest WAFL club, if the players don’t get them first!
  We’re challenging footy fans to catch as many Pokemon as they can at a footy game  and  upload  a  picture  of  their

caught Pokemon on social media (Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram) using the hashtag #WAFLPokemonGo.
  The winner with the best entry will receive their very own Burley football to kick around.

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