AFL Masters 2020 National Carnival postponed
AFL Masters WA, in conjunction with the AFL Masters national board, regretfully advises that the 2020 AFL Masters National Carnival scheduled in Perth in October, is being postponed until 2021 due to the impact of COVID-19.
AFL Masters WA Chairman Nathan Dixon said the decision to postpone the Carnival was reached by the Perth Organising Committee together withRead More [+]
From: The Chairman, AGM – Monday 2nd December 2019
Approx 35 people attended the recent AGM at WAFC offices, to hear how 2019 season unfolded and the plans for 2020. A big opportunity for AFLMWA.
3 Board positions were filled by renominating Board members, for a 3 year term.
Darren Eiffler, Midwest representative Board Member
Nathan Dixon, Metro Board MemberRead More [+]
Welcome to our newest club, the Harrisdale & Piara Waters Bears. We look forward to seeing you out there, playing footy for kicks and contributing to the AFLMWA family. The Bears are lead in the first year by President Warren Bank and with an able committee that has already been doing lots of work in the local community to build their profile.Read More [+]
The Townsville National Carnival is over and done with for 2019 and there was a few huge takeaways for the WA teams and all of AFLMWA. The exciting news is that the carnival is coming to Perth in 2020 and there will be more on that in other pages soon or follow the direct link on our website "Perth2020".
Equally exciting was with the WA 45's side, a team that last year struggled through 3Read More [+]
The AFL Masters National Carnival 2019 is completed after a magnificent week in Townsville.
Click on the above link to review all the action via the Official Facebok page but check out the WA 35/40's boys who made the news with their historic win over Qld.
WA Captain Dave Castle was extremely emotional after the game, letting the boys know the win was over 3 years in the making and paid special tribute to all the players and coaching staff for their efforts. He said the game got off to a great start with WA kicking the first goal from a set shot from outside 50 and an unpredictable, swirling cross breeze.Read More [+]