Friday, December 14, 2018 - 3:00 PM

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Information for Members - EPFC Constitution

Friday, December 14, 2018 - 1:41 PM

Dear Members

As an Incorporated Association the East Perth Football Club is bound by the Associations Incorporation Act 2015 which came into force in July 2016. The Act includes 19 matters known as the 'Schedule 1' requirements which need to be addressed in the rules (Constitution) of the association. All associations are required to amend their existing Constitutions to incorporate the Schedule 1 requirements and to have their amended Constitution adopted by the members of the Association on or before the 1 July 2019.

The Board of East Perth with assistance from law firm K&L Gates have prepared a new Draft Constitution that was endorsed at a Board Meeting on Tuesday the 11th of December.

For the new constitution to be adopted, the following special resolution has to be passed at our AGM on 10 February 2019.

'That the existing Constitution of the Association be repealed and replaced with the Constitution tabled at the meeting and signed by the Chairperson. This resolution does not come into effect until the Director of Liquor Licensing has approved the new constitution for the purposes of the Liquor Control Act 1988'

The new draft Constitution contains a number of rules which are specific to the efficient and effective operation of our Club as well as the rules set out in Schedule 1 of the Act. It is proposed to put the new draft Constitution to the members for adoption at the AGM to be held on Sunday 10th February 2019. A copy of the new draft Constitution and the proposed changes can be downloaded below (Please click link below).

EPFC Final Draft New Constitution

EPFC Summary Of Proposed Constitutional Changes

If you have any comments or questions about the proposed constitution please send them to the club, in writing, addressed to CEO Dean Turner by Clicking This Link or via mail to PO Box 447 Leederville WA 6903

Pre-Season Update

Thursday, December 13, 2018 - 1:01 PM

Joint 2017 FD Book Medallists Nathan Blee and Julian Ameduri headline recent re-signings for the upcoming 2019 WAFL Season. Nathan has re-signed for 1 year, while Julian has extended through to the end of the 2020. Reserves Grand Final Captain, Nathan Eaton, has also put pen to paper for the next 2 seasons as he presses his case to become a regular league footballer. 

Once again the club has been very active on the recruiting front. In addition to the recent announcements of Angus Scott and Rohan Kerr the club has added some experienced and exciting players in what shapes as an intriguing season ahead. 

27-year-old Joel Houghton joins the clubs after recent stints with Collie and Halls Head in the country leagues. At 194cm & 94kg the former Dockers listed key forward brings some much needed experience and size to our forward line. Most recently in the WAFL system with Swan Districts, Joel is excited about the opportunity for a fresh start and making an immediate impact for the club.

Former West Perth forward Matthew Johnson joins the club after playing out in Gingin during the 2018 season. The 24-year-old speedster’s debut game in 2013 still burns in the minds of some of the Royals faithful where he kicked 6 goals against East Perth. We’re hoping that he can repay the favour while wearing the Blue and Black after committing to the club until the end of 2020.  

Ex Subiaco pair Jarrhan Jacky and Nick Hay also join the club after playing community footy in 2018. 29-year-old Jacky has a wealth of experience from his time with the Adelaide Crows, as well as time with Swan Districts and Subiaco. His ball use and the way he reads the game will excite. While 26-year-old Hay returns to the WAFL after playing with Scarborough in 2018. The 192cm, 99kg key position player can play at both ends of the ground and has impressed with his strength and competitiveness so far.

After being delisted by West Coast at the end of the AFL Season exciting Ruckman Tony Olango has also join the Royals for the next 2 years. While it was a frustrating year for Tony due to injury he thoroughly enjoyed his time down at East Perth, made some great friendships and had no hesitation in committing to being part of the club as he looks to get a good run on the park in 2019.

With close to 100 players vying for spots in our senior group for 2019, the sessions have been tough and the standard has been high. Recently graduated Colts players in

Louis Miller and Jacob Msando have both shown that could push for some senior opportunities in 2019, as do regular Reserves players in Christian Ameduri and Harley Stack, while key position players Sam Bevan and Marcus Ruggerio have taken great strides as they return to the WAFL system. Jackson Ramsay hasn’t missed a beat since missing most of the 2018 season after ACL surgery and shapes as a new recruit for the start of the season. 

Veterans Pat McGinnity, Kyle Anderson, Nathan Blee and Sharrod Wellingham have all come back well straight into full training and along with players like Tom Gorter, Shayne Hille, Ben Miller, Taylor North and Stan Wright continue to set the standard on track. 

Julian Ameduri, Will Maginness, Callum Hart, Lewis Wilson and Mitch Fraser head the group of players currently in rehab. Apart from Mitch, who looks like he’ll miss most of the season after an ACL repair, the rest of the group look at being available for the start of the WAFL Season.

With only 4 sessions left for the year before the Christmas break, the whole group is pushing hard with some tough list decisions on players to be made very soon.  


Joe McKay wins 2018 Bernie Hughes Award

Friday, December 7, 2018 - 12:51 PM

The 2018 Bernie Hughes Award for 2018 was presented at the Annual Bernie Hughes Xmas Lunch which was held at the Leederville Sporting Club.

The 2018 recipient of the Award was Joe McKay from the East Perth Football Club Past Players and Officials Association.

The Award was presented to Joe by Lynette and Philip Hughes on behalf of the Hughes Family and Bernie Hughes (deceased).

The MC for the afternoon was John Komorowski, Secretary of the WAFL Combined Association.

John Rowe, Junior Vice President Welcomed guests to the Lunch and Award presentation and read out the Members who had passed away in 2018 followed by a minutes silence.

A two course sumptuous buffet lunch was served prior to the important Bernie Hughes Award presentation.

Go to for more information on the Bernie Hughes Award.

Go to  if you would like to learn more about Bernie Hughes and his legacy to WAFL Football.

From all the team at East Perth, Congratulations Joe. 

Royals Hit The Ground Running

Friday, December 7, 2018 - 9:43 AM

The Royals have just completed week 3 of their pre-season program. 93 players have taken to the training track in those 3 weeks all eager to impress for their chance to play for East Perth in Season 2019

The first gruelling test for the pre-season, the 2km time trial was run last week. 2nd year senior, Christian Ameduri lead the way running an impressive 6 minutes 37 seconds. He was closely followed a second later by Mahli King.


Top 10 Results

AMEDURI Christian 6.31
KING Mahli 6.32
AMOS Jack 6.46
FURMARK Braydn 6.46
MILLER Ben 6.51
ABBOTT Campbell 6.52
YOUNG Matthew 6.54
EATON Nathan 6.58
MSANDO Jacob 6.59
VELLIOS Thomas 6.59


A number of the senior players will run their's in the coiming weeks

Country Zoned Players Seeking Accommodation For 2019 Season

Friday, December 7, 2018 - 9:39 AM

Each season a number of talented footballers make the journey from our South West and Lower South West Zones to Perth to represent the East Perth Football Club.

Many of these players are 17-18-years-old and are leaving their family homes for the first time, seeking employment and accommodation as they pursue their footballing dreams.

I would like to reach out to all members of the ‘East Perth Family’ and ask those in a position to assist these players in their transition to raise your hands and contact the club.

If you have a spare room or rental property that you can offer to a player or can assist in taking on an apprentice or employing an extra staff member please let me know. No offer is too small, and all will be appreciated.

These young men do not expect anything for free and take nothing for granted. All who take on players will be compensated as players are willing to pay rent, utilities, food etc.

They can also be a handy pair of strong hands when it comes to those odd jobs around the house!

Your spare room, property or employment opportunity could potentially set the foundation for East Perth’s next star or even the next AFL draftee.

Please contact EPFC Talent Manager Scott Faulkner for more details or to answer the call for help.
Mob. 0411 113 088 


Royals sign on Angus Scott & Rohan Kerr

Friday, November 30, 2018 - 2:53 PM

East Perth Football Club are pleased to officially announce the signings of Angus Scott and Rohan Kerr, both on 2 years contracts, through to the end of the 2020 WAFL Seasons.


Both players have originally come from the Dandenong Stingrays in the TAC Cup competition, but their football journeys have gone different ways.


Angus Scott most recently comes across from the Casey Demons (Melbourne’s aligned side) in the VFL where he has played over 60 VFL Games, including a VFL Grand final and was also a member of the State Squad for the VFL in 2017 against the WAFL Side. At 23 years old the 180cm forward adds senior experience to our group, as well as leadership, having being part of the Demons leadership group.


After 3 years on Carltons list and 4 seasons with West Perth, Rohan Kerr returns to the WAFL competition after playing in back to back premierships with Pinjarra in the Peel League. Kerr brings more than 100 games of state league experience, as well as being a WAFL premiership player with West Perth. The 185cm running midfielder recently turned 27 and is looking forward to adding to his successful resume with the Royals in 2019.


Now at the end of the 2nd week of training the group has had excellent numbers on track with many other new faces coming to try the step up to senior WAFL football.


Watch this space for other players announcements in the coming weeks.

Simply Energy Draft Watch: WA hopefuls set for 2018 AFL Draft

Friday, November 23, 2018 - 11:19 AM

WESTERN Australia's AFL Draft hopefuls are eagerly anticipating the first round of selections from 3.30pm WA time in Melbourne today, Thursday, November 22.

The draft will take place over two days at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium, with the first round tonight and the rookie draft and later rounds to follow from 9am WA time on Friday, November 23.

CLICK HERE to visit the NAB AFL Draft Hub or watch it live on Fox Footy. 

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Seven West Media Extend Partnership with The Royals

Friday, November 16, 2018 - 11:29 AM

The East Perth Football Club is pleased to announce that Seven West Media will continue their partnership with the Royals for another two seasons.

Seven West Media have been sponsors of East Perth since 2013. 

‘We are excited to have Seven West Media continue to support us for the next two seasons.’ CEO Dean Turner said today about the announcement

Seven West Media have been significant contributors to the promotion and exposure of WA football and the WAFL as a competition for a long time through Channel 7 and The West Australian and the Royals have enjoyed a long standing, unique relationship with Seven West Media. 

‘Being associated with such iconic WA brands, will allow us to give our members and sponsors unique experiences and offers’ Mr Turner said.

The West Australian are giving all East Perth Members the opportunity to to take advantage of an Exclusive Membership Offer for a Subscription to The West Australia. For more details on how you can save over 40% on a subscription, please Click Here!


Royals Recruits and Re-Signings For 2019

Friday, November 2, 2018 - 12:00 PM

East Perth Co-Captain Kyle Anderson has recommitted to the Club for the 2019 WAFL Season. Exciting big man Ajang Ajang has resigned for the next two seasons, while speedster Tarir Bayok, who spent the last two years on the West Coast Eagles list, re-joins the club.

Anderson, Ajang and Bayok join the likes of Pat McGinnity, Sharrod Wellingham, Mitch Fraser, Jackson Ramsay, Jaxon Cahill, Asher Samelko, Matt Young, Harley Stack, Christian Ameduri, Aaron Redhead and Kye Willcocks who signed two-year agreements at the start of 2018.

The club has also been active on the recruiting front as well. The club is excited to welcome back Mitch Howlett. Howlett has played 24 games for the Royals between 2013-15 including the 2014 Grand Final. Mitch is a product our Development Program coming from the Busselton Football Club.

24-year-old Marcus Ruggerio has also rejoined the club. A 192cm, 90kg key forward, Ruggerio showed good signs in our Colts and Reserves teams. For the past couple of seasons Marcus has been playing Centre Half Forward at Beverley in the Avon League under former Reserves Coach Clint Rudd and along side former Royals Paul Johnson, Josh Smith and Garry Moss.

Two-time JJ Lussick medallist Jarrod Best is also back at the Royals. The 184cm midfielder played 8 Reserves games in 2017 before returning to Cervantes. Joining him in coming down from Cervantes is Daniel Acres. Acres is a 187cm lock down backman. “I’m keen to get back into it and have another try because my body has matured a bit more since my last go,” Acres told The West Australian earlier this week. Daniel is the older brother of St Kilda Midfielder Blake Acres.

The club is also looking forward to seeing what 24-year-old midfielder Jayden Magro can bring to the Royals. Jayden played in the State Country side in 2017 and was a part of the WA Amateur U/23’s in 2018. Magro kicked 59 goals for High Wycombe finishing 3rd in their Best and Fairest count.

The boys will start pre-season training on Monday the 19th of November