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South Fremantle makes another significant appointment

Monday, October 13, 2014 - 2:46 PM - by Chris Pike

THE South Fremantle Football Club has made another significant appointment looking ahead to the 2015 WAFL season and beyond with Jason Pedulla coming on board as the Bulldogs' new player development manager.

The player development manager role became available when David Depane made the step up from that position to become the club's new football operations manager.

The appointments of Depane as football operations manager and Pedulla as player development manager follows on from Todd Curley becoming the Bulldogs' new senior coach and Jason Ireland the new colts coach for 2015.

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South Fremantle announces new football operations manager

Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 6:05 PM - by Chris Pike

THE South Fremantle Football Club has made another significant appointment to begin what will be a new era starting in the 2015 WAFL season by announcing David Depane as the new football operations manager.

Following on from the recent appointments of new senior coach Todd Curley and colts coach Jason Ireland ahead of the 2015 season with president Haydn Raitt and chief executive Stuart Kemp putting together their team for a new era at the Bulldogs, Depane is the latest piece to fall into place.

Depane replaces Garry Davidson as the football operations manager with the Bulldogs as he steps up after already making the leap to being the player development manager during the 2014 season.

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Jason Ireland appointed South Fremantle colts coach

Friday, October 3, 2014 - 11:57 AM - by Chris Pike

JASON Ireland has been charged with the job of continuing the strong run of the South Fremantle Football Club's colts after being appointed as the new coach of the team.

Ireland will take over as the colts coach at the South Fremantle Football Club for the 2015 WAFL season with the team coming off a terrific run including the 2011 premiership, 2012 premiership, 2013 grand final and 2014 preliminary final.

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SFFC Raffle Winners

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 - 4:20 PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to the SFFC Raffle WINNERS!

1st Prize: J Wallin #12682

2nd Prize: B Sivewright #11088

3rd Prize: L Fortini #04450

4th Prize: J Smith #06996

Thank you very much to all our members and supporters who purchased tickets. We raised a significant amount for our great football club.

 

Permit Number: LS042779

 

SF Warriors 14's & 15's

Friday, September 26, 2014 - 1:16 PM

The SF Warriors 14s and 15s teams commence their carnival next week.

This is a great showcase for the emerging young talent in our district. Over the last few months. The boys have been training hard and now get their chance to test their skills on the field against the best the other WAFL clubs have to offer.

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Ah Siu claims South Fremantle's colts fairest and best

Thursday, September 25, 2014 - 6:28 PM - by Chris Pike

MATTHEW Ah Siu has taken out the Dave Ingraham Memorial Medal as South Fremantle's fairest and best colts player for 2014 with Jacob Dragovich, Jarrod Pickett, Kade Stewart, Joel McComb and Noah Strom among other major award winners.

South Fremantle's colts had another strong season only narrowly missing out on a fourth straight grand final appearance.

Having finished the home and away season in third position on the ladder, South Fremantle's colts had to come from behind at half-time of the first semi-final against East Perth at Medibank Stadium, but did so in impressive style.

That set up a grand final rematch against Claremont in the preliminary final also at Medibank Stadium with the Bulldogs finishing full of running to get back to within a point, but ultimately they fell short by that margin.

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Sandover Medal Preview

Monday, September 15, 2014 - 5:21 PM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle hasn’t had a Sandover Medal winner since Toby McGrath in 2005 but that could very well change this Monday night with goalkicking midfielder Haiden Schloithe entering the night one of the favourites.

The 2011 Sandover Medal winner Luke Blackwell and last year's winner Rory O'Brien appear to be two players in the running to take out the award as the WAFL's fairest and best player for the second time, but there isn't a shortage of players that they will be contending with on the night.

The Sandover Medal count for 2014 will be held this Monday night in the Grand Ball Room at Crown Perth with the event broadcast live on radio via 91.3 SportFM from 6.30pm while it will be live streamed at www.thewest.com.au from 8.30pm.

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Bulldogs lose preliminary final by a point

Monday, September 15, 2014 - 12:55 PM - by Chris Pike

CLAREMONT and South Fremantle played out a classic WAFL colts preliminary final on Sunday morning in a rematch of last year's grand final with the Tigers holding on to win a thriller by a point.

Claremont beat South Fremantle by six points in a thrilling WAFL colts grand final in 2013 and the two again met on Sunday in the preliminary final for the right to meet Swan Districts in next Sunday's grand final at Patersons Stadium.

South Fremantle finished the home and away season in third position but qualified for the preliminary final by beating East Perth in the first semi-final also at Medibank Stadium.

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Colts Preliminary Final Preview v Claremont

Saturday, September 13, 2014 - 11:14 AM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle has played the last three WAFL colts grand finals and now can make it four with a win in Sunday's preliminary final against Claremont at Medibank Stadium.

South Fremantle's colts won premierships in 2011 and 2012, and then again made the grand final in 2013 before losing a narrow contest against Claremont in the decider.

Now the Bulldogs and Tigers meet in a grand final rematch with only one of them to be able to go through to the premiership decider for 2014.

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Curley refreshed, energised to return to coaching ranks with Bulldogs

Thursday, September 11, 2014 - 8:55 PM - by Chris Pike

NEW South Fremantle coach Todd Curley feels refreshed after a break from top-level from football for the first time in 20 years and takes over at the Bulldogs having learned plenty with no doubt he will be an improved senior coach the second time around.

Curley made his WAFL debut with West Perth as a player back in 1991 and from that point up until the end of the 2005 season, played 266 senior matches made up of three with Collingwood, 115 with the Western Bulldogs and 148 with the Falcons.

He then went straight into taking over as senior coach at West Perth in 2006 immediately after playing and did well in that three-year stint making the finals in two of the three seasons, narrowly missing making a grand final and only just missed making the finals the other year.

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