Tag Archive: Mortlock Football League

Calingiri, Western Australia

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Things have been up and down for the Calingiri Cougars in recent times. They won the Mortlock Football League premiership in 2015, the wooden spoon in 2016 and were back in the finals… Continue reading

Dalwallinu, Western Australia

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We’ve mentioned Dalwallinu quite a bit recently and it’s clear it has been an important centre in Western Australia football. At one stage Dalwallinu (13 premierships) and North Dalwallinu were part of the… Continue reading

Wyalkatchem, Western Australia

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There was a footy team Wyalkatchem for about 100 years until the club folded in 2010. The name came back in the form of the Dowerin-Wylie Tigers in the Mortlock Football League in… Continue reading

Ballidu, Western Australia

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It must be heartbreaking for some in a community when the decision is made to give up maintenance of the town’s main sporting facility. When the “new” oval at Ballidu came into existence… Continue reading

Wongan Hills, Western Australia

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There’s an interesting feature on Mortlock Football League scoreboards… room for the hockey score on a number of the scoreboards. Hockey and footy followed each other around the way netball and footy does… Continue reading

Dowerin, Western Australia

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Two things come up when Dowerin enters a conversation. The WA Wheatbelt town about 160km north-east of Perth is famous for its Field Day (29-30 August 2018) and as the place where Buddy… Continue reading

Gingin, Western Australia

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by LES EVERETT Gingin swept all before them in 2011 in the Mortlock Football League. They won the league and reserves grand finals. Gingin is a pretty little town 84km north of Perth,… Continue reading