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2017 Development Pack

Thursday, September 14, 2017 - 11:50 AM

Pre-Payment for 2017 Development Pack is available online


Pack includes

  • East Perth Polo
  • Playing Jumper
  • Playing Shorts
  • Playing Socks
  • Membership for Player
  • 2 x Adult Membership


All packs to be collected at your information night held on the 18th September (year 8) & 19th September ( year 9 & 10).

Please fill out the Player Information Sheet & Medical Information Sheet  to bring on the night. 

2017 East Perth District Central Conference Award Winners

Friday, September 8, 2017 - 12:01 PM

Congratulations to the following award winners from the East Perth District from the 2017 Central Conference









Youth Girls North

Best & Fairest – Melisha Hardy from Coolbinia on 19 votes.


Year 8 Red

Best & Fairest – Malcolm Garelett from Ballajura Black on 24 votes

Runner Up – Richard Farmer from  Ballajura Black on 19 votes


Year 8 White

Runner Up – Anthony Campeotto  from  Mt Hawthorn Blue on 22 votes


Year 8 Super 15s

Best & Fairest – Boston Cable  from  Ballajura Blue on 25 votes

Runner Up -  Bayley Wilson from Ellenbrook Purple on 23 votes


Year 9 White

Best & Fairest – Lawrence Tyson from Ellenbrook Purple on 31 votes


Year 10 Barry Cable

Runner Up -  Adam Boules from Coolbinia/Mt Hawthorn on 16 votes


Year 11 Red

Best & Fairest – Mathew Zelesco from Coolbinia/Mt Hawthorn on 14 votes


2017 WAFL Redimed Colts Team of the Year

Friday, September 8, 2017 - 11:07 AM

Well done to Damon Greaves (back pocket), Aaron Redhead (ruck) and Matthew Young (rover) who made the WAFL Redimed Colts Team of the Year. A remarkable achievement for these young Royals, with this being the second year in a row for Matthew. Congratulations boys! 

2017 Jack Clarke Medal Night

Friday, September 8, 2017 - 10:55 AM

Congratulations to all who attended the annual Jack Clarke Medal night, held on Wednesday 6 September. The Jack Clarke Medal was awarded to the best-and-fairest colts player from the 2017 season. Well done to Perth’s Luke English, who won the prestigious medal with 53 votes. The East Perth Football Club are proud to say that multiple players received well deserved votes throughout the season, with the ineligible Matthew Young finishing fourth (29) in the vote count.




Royals Leader Board  

29 – Matthew Young*

16 – Aaron Redhead

13 – Christian Ameduri

13 – Mitchell Gupanis

12 – Harley Stack

10 – Erick Bashemule

10 – Nathan Arbon

Well done to Damon Greaves (back pocket), Aaron Redhead (ruck) and Matthew Young (rover) who made the WAFL Redimed Colts Team of the Year. A remarkable achievement for these young Royals, with this being the second year in a row for Matthew. Congratulations boys!

1st Semi Final Match Information

Thursday, September 7, 2017 - 3:43 PM

The East Perth Colts return to Fremantle Oval this Sunday morning to take on Swan Districts in the 1st Semi Final.

Game starts at 8.50am. Get down to Fremantle and watch them in action!

FD Book Medal Night

Friday, August 25, 2017 - 10:07 AM

The FD Book Medal night will be held on Thursday 5 October  in the East Perth Members Bar from 6pm. All members and supporters are welcome to attend the evening.

FD Book Medal Night

Thursday 5 October

East Perth Members Bar 

Tickets: $70 including a 3 course meal and complimentary beer, wine and champagne served during the reception function between 6.00pm and 7.00pm

To book your tickets please contact Amy on 9443 2259 or via

2017 Hall of Fame Induction Dinner

Friday, August 25, 2017 - 9:57 AM
2017 Hall Of Fame Induction Dinner
This year we will induct three new Club Legends into our East Perth Football Club Hall of Fame
Thursday, September 14th 2017
7.00pm - 10.00pm
East Perth Members Bar

$70.00 per ticket for members
$85.00 per ticket general admission
Includes 3-course dinner and a copy of the 2017 Inductees book.

Ring the club on (08) 9443 2259 to book your spot!

Telethon Day At The Royals

Friday, August 18, 2017 - 1:46 PM

The East Perth Football Club are proud to be involved again with raising money for Telethon 2017, with donations being collected throughout the Round 23 game at Leederville Oval against Subiaco. 

The Telethon Kids Institute and Princess Margaret Hospital benefit greatly from all donations, so we encourage you all to dig into your pockets – every donation counts!

Last year we raised over $3K for Telethon, lets beat that number Saturday!



Come along with the family and enjoy

  • FREE entry for kids under 16
  • Sausage Sizzle
  • Player Signings
  • Face Painting
  • Get a selfie with Fat Cat!
  • Photo Competition – Simply upload on social media a picture at the game using #GoRoyals and you are in the draw to win 2 TICKETS TO THE TELETHON OPENING OR CLOSING SHOW
  • Buy your very own Fat Cat doll to take home
  • Part proceeds from every adult entry on the day go to Telethon


Stay around after the game to join us in the East Perth Members Bar for Presentations.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday to help us support Telethon!

Ladbrokes Team Up With The Royals

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - 12:25 PM

East Perth is excited to announce a new ongoing partnership with Suite Seven, a marketing affiliate of Ladbrokes.

‘Ladbrokes are a top tier international brand that see value in partnering with clubs to create a mutually beneficial partnership’ Suite Seven Director Chris Wharton said. ‘Our partnership with East Perth will assist community development through both their city and country zones’

‘This partnership includes game day entertainment, activations and different promotional activities throughout the year. The club is thrilled to be able to add to the game day experience of our members and supporters.’ East Perth CEO Dean Turner commented. ‘This arrangement also ensures a consistent and ongoing support for the club which will be reinvested in community programs and club facilities.’

East Perth Community Coaches Academy

Tuesday, August 15, 2017 - 4:12 PM

10 Community Youth Football coaches from the Royals District were given the opportunity to further develop their coaching skills alongside WA Football League (WAFL) coaches, Talent Managers and WAFC District Development Staff over the past 6 months. 

Coaches were able to buddy up with a mentor for the duration of the program and took part in a series of professional development sessions that focus on skill development, match-day coaching and club training.
The main aim of the program was to provide an opportunity for community coaches to improve their skills to ensure the standard of community coaching is continually being enhanced to meet the changing needs of the players and the sport itself.

Program organiser, WAFC Metro Central District Operations Manager Scott Faulkner said the program is all about sharing and developing best coaching practice.

“The Community Coach Academy program aims to provide an inner-sanctum experience for youth-aged community coaches, and an opportunity for the sharing of best practice,” Faulkner said.

“Coaches are put through an extensive program that aims to improve all facets of their coaching, from training through to match day.