2016 Season Preview

National Premier Leagues WA


President: Tony Greipl
Coach: Paul Price
Assistant: Tony Castiello
Home Ground; Alfred Skeet Oval, Forrestdale
State Championships: None
State Cups: None

2015 Season:
League: 12th place
FFA Cup: Round 5 WA (4-1 loss to South West Phoenix)

Last season: 2015 was a disaster for the Alfred Skeet Oval club. Coach Lee Bamber resigned three games into the new season, and Peter Lord was appointed interim coach. The club then appointed former Sorrento coach Paul Price in round seven, but he had to wait to round 11 for his and the clubs first win of the season, a 3-1 win at Balcatta. They won three more at the end of the season but it wasn’t enough to move off the bottom of the table. Danny Hodgson was the clubs leading scorer, bagging six goals in only eight games, the striker missed most of the season with a knee injury, while defender Jackson Bealey scored five.

Pre-season Results:
QBE Night Series – Lost 0-1 v Perth SC, Lost 2-3 v Sorrento, Won 4-1 v ECU Joondalup, Won 3-2 v Balcatta, Won 5-3 v Sorrento

Transfer Movement:
In: Alex Salmon ( Visa UK), Ellis Healing ( visa UK), Dannie Richman, Trevor Laure (Subiaco), Papa Kpatar, Banin Hashem (Wembley Downs), James Atkins (Inglewood United), Nathan Smith (Curtin University), Joe Kelly, Dylan White (Perth Glory), Jordan Candlish, Alfie Brincat (Swan United)
Out: Danny Hodgson (Long term injury), Nick Crerand, Reece Davies, Sam Cole, Mitchell Castrilli, Faustin Machochi, Dylan Wilson

Players to Watch: Import strikers Ellis Healing and Alex Salmon will be vital for the Reds, and have both impressed in the Night Series and have scored a bagful of goals between them. Alex Castiello has returned after a stint overseas to bolster the back four, while Jesse Fuller has made the central midfield role his own.

What to expect in 2016: There wasn’t a change of position on the table last season but they doubled their points total and showed many they are improving. The club are looking to grow on and off the park and Price has acted to bolster the squad by signing experienced keeper Alfie Brincat, Ellis healing and Alex Salmon. Price and his assistant Tony Castello know how to get the best out of their players and if they can have a good start they can stay in the NPL, but with only a small squad a few injuries or suspensions could hinder them in the long run.


President: Peter Carlino
Coach: Marc Anthony
Assistant: Cal Lennon
Home Ground: Grindleford Reserve, Balcatta
State Championships: None
State Cups: None

2015 Season:
League: 6th place
FFA Cup: Fifth Round WA (Lost 0-2 to Subiaco at home)
Last Season: After a good start to the season, it fell away and Balcatta finished a disappointing sixth place. A four game unbeaten run was ended in the Italian derby against Perth SC in Rd 5, and they went on to only win six more games, the highlight of the season was doing the double against neighbours Stirling Lions. Gustavo Catarcione and Steve Sokol were the leading scorer with eight, while James Sammut chipped in with five.

Pre-Season Results:
QBE Night Series – Lost 2-5 v ECU Joondalup, Lost 1-2 v Stirling Lions, Lost 2-3 v Sorrento, Lost 2-3 v Armadale, Won 2-0 v Perth SC

Transfer Movements:
In: Feisal Zaw, Jonathan Corness, Eamon McNelis, Allan Carroll, Conor Kavanagh (all Cockburn City), Cameron Teece (Perth Glory), Anthony Bafabousha (Stirling), Debaba Mtwale (Bayswater)
Out: Gustavo Catercione, Blamo Qua Qua, Pat Quinn, Luke Randazzo, Marc De Francesch, Daniel Passarelli

Players to Watch: Skipper James Sammut will be vital if he can stay injury free, while youngsters Feisal Zaw and Jonathan Corness are great inclusions. Striker Cameron Teece has returned to the club from Perth Glory and the avenue to goal will fall on his shoulders, while at the other end Allan Carroll and Kieron Stallard and former Birmingham City custodian Clint Davies will all need to have a good season.

What to expect in 2016: There has been a huge turnover at Balcatta for 2016, the biggest the appointment of Marc Anthony as head coach. The Scotsman hasn’t wasted anytime added quality to his squad, with Feisal Zaw, Jonathan Corness, Eamon McNelis and Conor Kavanagh all heading to Grindleford Reserve from Anthony’s former club Cockburn City. Leading goalscorer last season Gustavo Catercione has left the club, but do the club have cover to fill the void. If they can keep their players on the park they will go close to a top four finish.


President: Gerry Maio
Coach: Chris Coyne
Assistants: Stewart Moses and Alun Vernals
Home Ground: Finance 365 Stadium, Garnet Road, Bayswater
State Championships: 3 (2013, 2014, 2015)
State Cups: 2 (2013, 2014)

2015 Season:
League: 1st place
FFA Cup: Semi-Final WA (Lost 4-2 on pens to Sorrento)

Last season: 2015 was a stellar one for Bayswater City. They won the NPL league title for the third consecutive season, and reached the Grand Final of the National NPL competition. They went through the season unbeaten, scoring the most goals and conceding the least. Gustavo Giron Marulanda was the club and the league’s leading scorer with 22, while David Heagney also bagging 13. The only disappointment came in the FFA Cup with a Semi-Final loss to Sorrento.

Pre-Season Results: QBE Night Series: Lost 1-2 v Perth Glory, Won 3-0 v Subiaco, Lost 0-1 v Inglewood, Won 3-1 v Floreat Athena, Won 1-0 v Cockburn City

Transfer movement: In: Joe Allen, Fraser Greenwood (Floreat Athena), Andrija Jukic (Inglewood United), Nathan Costello (Perth Glory) Jack Jones (Stevenage FC UK), Steve Burton (Floreat Athena), Jason Mirco (Sorrento), Devon Gibson (Cockburn City), Slobodan Vulin (Perth Glory)

Out: Adam Tong, Chris Saldaris, Jason Saldaris, Bor Bor Sam, Danny Dixon

Players to Watch: Gustavo Giron Marulanda and David Heagney are the most potent strike force in the competition, while the midfielder isn’t bad either, with Todd Howarth and Andrija Jukic pulling the strings. They also have two of the best keepers in the competition with Devon Spence and Fraser Greenwood battling it out for the No1 jersey.
What to expect in 2016: Coach Chris Coyne has added some quality to his squad, with the signing off the likes of Joe Allen, Slobodan Vulin, Nathan Costello, Jason Mirco and Devon Gibson. Coyne knows they will be the hunted again this season, but he is confident they can improve. The squad is bristling with talent and they will be the team to beat in 2016.


President: Heidi Lazzaro
Coach: Scott Miller
Assistant Coaches: Andy Thorburn, Jason Petkovich, Chris Adams
Home Ground: Dalmatinac Park, Spearwood
State Championships: 3 (1979, 1982, 1986)
Cup Winners: 3 (1983, 1984, 1985)

2015 Season:
League: 5th Place
Cup: Sixth Round WA – (Lost 1-2 to Bayswater at home)

Last Season: A season of disappointment for the Cockerels, this after a good start to the year in the night Series. They only won two games in the opening seven games and they were playing catch from there. They won five games on the road, but only four at home, and they had the worst goals conceded in the top seven teams. Rory Patterson was the leading scorer with 20 goals, but the next best was Harry O’Brien with six.

Pre-Season Results: QBE Night Series – Won 1-0 v Subiaco, Lost 0-1 v Inglewood, Won 3-1 v Floreat Athena, Drew 2-2 v Perth Glory, Lost 0-1 v Bayswater City,

Transfer Movements: Ins: Aden Da Luz (Perth SC), Nathan de Abreu (Western Knights), Angel Andres (Dianella White Eagles), Rueben Tristao (Ashfield), Jesse Lazzaro, Cameron Edwards, Ali Gholami, Ryan Barker, Luke Radonich, Daniel Dols (all Perth Glory)
Out: Feisal Zaw, Jonathan Corness, Eamon McNelis, Conor Kavanagh, Alan Carrol, Devon Gibson, Rory Patterson, Curtis Aspden

Players to Watch: New striker Angel Andres is a great signing. The Spaniard was the Division One top goalscorer and if he can get good service he will score in the NPL. Cameron Edwards has returned to his former club and will be important in the middle of the park, while young keeper Luke Radonich looks set to take his place between the posts.

What to expect in 2016: It’s been a dramatic off season at Cockburn City, with a large number of players leaving the club, which has given Scott Miller a few headaches heading to his new spell as senior coach at Dalmatinac Park. An injury free season is vital for Euen Grant, who missed most of last season, his leadership and defensive qualities will be vital. They have added some very good young players into the squad from Perth Glory, but Miller will have plenty of work to do to get the Cockerels in the play-off’s but a middle of the table spot is in their sights.


President: Steve Wheatley
Coach: Dale McCulloch
Assistants: David Tough and Steven McGarry
Home Ground: ECU Football Stadium, Joondalup Drive
State Championships: 1 (1999)
Cup Winners: 2 (1998, 2002)

2015 Season:
League: 10th place
FFA Cup: Round 4 WA (2-0 loss to Stirling Lions)

Last season: 2015 was a disappointment for ECU Joondalup, but they finished the season well, winning three of their final five games to avoid the dreaded wooden spoon. Their first success of the season came in a 2-1 win in the Northern Derby against Sorrento in Round 4, before beating Perth Glory in the next round. But they had to wait until Round 18 for their next win a 3-1 win on the road at Armadale. They finished in 10th spot, but only four points off the bottom. Tommy Amphlett led the way bagging 13 goals, with teenager Bayley Brown-Montgomery scoring five in his first season in the NPLWA.

Pre-season Results:
QBE Night Series – Won 5-2 v Balcatta, Lost 2-4 v Perth SC, Lost 1-4 Armadale, Lost 1-3 v Stirling Lions, Lost 2-3 v Sorrento

Transfer movement:
In: Steve McGarry(Gwelup Croatia), Gordon Smith (Dumbarton, Scotland), Joseph Jones (Port Talbot, UK), Shane Pickering (Inglewood United), Joshua Booysen (Subiaco AFC), Henry Durr (Perth Glory), Dave Keenan (Mandurah City), Harley Orr (Perth SC), Steven Walmsley
Out: Jon Higgins (Retired), Charlie Comyn-Platt, Joe Smith (both returned to the UK), Jamie Serra

Players to Watch: Former Heart of Midlothian striker Gordon Smith has looked impressive in the pre-season, and certainly has an eye for goal, and his partnership with Tommy Amphlett will be a handful for opposition defences. Steve McGarry has also impressed, the former Perth Glory midfielder will need to be at his best if they are to improve on last season.

What to expect in 2016: ECU Joondalup will be hoping for a better season, and Coach Dale McCulloch has been working hard in the transfer market, and has brought in some quality, but their Night Series campaign was disappointing. They were forced to play their youngsters last season because of injuries, but have uncovered some good young players and they will add depth to the squad. But is the squad good enough to push for the finals, maybe not, but a middle of the table spot is in their sights, but if they click they could cause problems to all teams in the league.


President: Stacy Pilkadaris
Coach: Glenn Grostate
Assistant: Shane Holloway
Home Ground: Litis Stadium, Mt Hawthorn
State Championships: 4 (1977, 1988, 1997, 2007)
State Cups: 5 (1987, 1988, 1989, 1997, 2009)

2015 Season:
League: 3rd Place
FFA Cup: Fouth Round WA – (Lost 0-3 to Perth SC at home)

Last season in Review: It was a season of success for Floreat Athena, as the Litis Stadium club bounced back after a number of disappointing seasons. Coach Glen Grostate came into steady the ship and they won their first silverware since 2009, when they lifted the Night Series Trophy. They started the season on fire going unbeaten in the first eight rounds, but they slipped up late wining only one of the last four to slip to third. Lewis McMahon topped their scoring, with 14 goals, while Football West Gold Medal winner Ludovic Boi scored 13.

Pre-Season Results:
QBE Night Series – Won 2-1 v Inglewood, Won 1-0 v Perth Glory, Lost 1-3 v Cockburn City, Lost 1-3 v Bayswater City, Won 3-1 v Subiaco

Transfer Movement:
In: Jason Saldaris, Chris Saldaris, Declan Hargreaves (Bayswater SC)
Out: Aryn Williams, Jack Allen, Fraser Greenwood

Players to Watch: Skipper Ludovic Boi has once again showed he is vital for the Floreat side, the midfielder taking out the 2015 Gold Medal, while new keeper Jason Saldaris will also have a big role to play. Lewis McMahon has been injured during the Night Series but will return for the league campaign, and along with Phil Arnold will cause problems up top, while new defender Chris Saldaris will add strength and versatility.

What to expect in 2016: Floreat have lost a couple of experienced players for next season, and the loss of Aryn Williams to the A-League is a massive one. But they have acted quickly to fill the gap, signing Bayswater City defender Chris Saldaris, and midfielder Declan Hargreaves. They again showed in the Night Series they will be there are there about in 2016.


President: Ces Colli
Coach: Taki Nicolaidis
Assistants: Saul Contera
Home Ground: Inglewood Stadium, Inglewood
State Championships: 1 (1996)
State Cups: 2 (1977, 1999)

2015 Season:
League: 7th Place
FFA Cup: Fourth Round – (Lost 0-3 to UWA Nedlands at home)

Last Season in review: It was a season to forget for Inglewood, they didn’t win their first game until Round six, but they had three draws in that time. They then went on a five winning streak which moved them up the table, but they only won two more games for the rest of the season. Goal scoring was a problem, and they scored the second least goals in the league. David Micevski was the top scorer with only six, while Kenny Keogh bagged five.

Pre-Season Results:
QBE Night Series: Lose 1-2 v Floreat Athena, Won 1-0 v Cockburn City, Won 1-0 v Bayswater City, Won 3-1 v Subiaco, Lost 2-5 v Perth Glory

Transfer Movements:

In: Alex Dunn, Calum O'Connell, Mark Pritchard, Josh Pereira, Ash Rosindale, David Cyrus (Perth SC), Adam Tong (Bayswater), John Migas (Western Knights), Jason Barrera (Dianella White Eagles), Mitch Papas (Athena), Tim Robertson (Sth Hedland SC)
Out: Andrija Jukic, David Micevski, Jovo Pavlovic, David Sesay, Abdul Sesay, Aleks Vrteski, Shane Pickering

Players to Watch: New signing Jason Barrera is a quality pick up for United, Adam Tong and David Cyrus will bolster the back line, while the return to top flight football of John Migas is good to see. Ashley Rosindale is their avenue to goal, this if he can keep injury free, while Mark Pritchard will run the show in midfield.

What to expect in 2016: There have been a number of changes at Inglewood United, and the resignation of Michael Garcia was a total shook. They have brought in Coach Taki Nicolaidis to replace him and he will be looking to improve the clubs disappointing 7th place finish last season. They have brought in some talent on the pitch too. They have a talented squad and he if they can get the squad to gel early they could be there or there about come finals time.


President: Gary Marocchi
Coach: Gareth Naven
Assistants: N/A
Home Ground: Dorrein Gardens, West Perth
State Championships: 20 (1960, 1962, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1981, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2011)
State Cups: 11 (1960, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1981, 1990, 1993, 2001, 2005)

2015 Season:
League: 2nd Place
FFA Cup: Final WA – (Lost 0-2 to Sorrento)

Last Season in review: It was an improved performance from Perth, finishing second on the league table and being beaten in the Cup Final. They only lost one game in the opening seven rounds, and only lost four all season. They ended the season on a high winning the last seven games to pip Floreat Athena for the runners-up spot. Mark Prichard led the way in front of goal scoring 11, while Dean Evans bagged six.

Pre-Season Results:
QBE Night Series – Won 1-0 v Armadale, Won 4-2 v ECU Joondalup, Lost 0-3 v Stirling Lions, Won 2-1 v Sorrento, Lost 0-2 v Balcatta

Transfer Movements:
In: Gustavo Catercione (Balcatta), Adrian Madaschi, Tom King
Out: Ashley Rosindale, Mark Pritchard

Players to Watch: 2014 Gold Medal winner Clark Keltie will again be important for a young Perth side, along with Adrian Madaschi and Dean Evans. Gustavo Catarcione and Reece Vittigilia will form a good partnership up front, but they need to stay injury free if Perth are to fire this season.

What to expect in 2016: There was a player exodus at the end of the season and new Coach Gareth Naven has had to pick up the pieces. The former Perth Glory skipper is the right person to lead the club, and he will be hoping some of the clubs talented youngsters can shine in 2016. They have some good experienced players in the squad too, and if he can get the right mix a top four finish could be in their reach.


President: Tony Sage
Coach: John Gibson
Assistants: N/A
Home Ground: Ashfield Reserve, Ashfield
State Championships: None
State Cups: None

2015 Season:
League: 11th Place
FFA Cup: A-League side only participated

Last Season in review: It was a more competitive Perth Glory in its second season in the NPL, and the improvement was good to see. They drew their opener against Floreat Athena and beat Armadale 4-1 in the first away game in Round two. They had to wait till Round 15 for their next three points, a 3-0 win against Subiaco, but ended the season well winning their last three games. Nikola Talimdzioski led the way in front of goal scoring eight, with Stefan Valentini bagging seven

Pre-Season Results:
QBE Night Series – Won 2-1 v Bayswater City, Lost 0-1 v Floreat Athena, Lost 1-2 v Subiaco, Drew 2-2 v Cockburn City, Won 5-2 v Inglewood.

Transfer Movements:
In: Not supplied by club
Out: Not supplied by club

Players to Watch: Joe Knowles and Nikola Talimdzioski have both looked impressive up front in the Night Series, while Hagi Gligor and Calvin Whitney have done likewise in the middle of the park. Daniel Stynes and Ross Millard both continue to improve, while the return of Gian Albano at the back is another important in for them.

What to expect in 2016: It was a disappointing Foxtel National Youth League campaign for the Glory, where they only managed two wins in their Conference. It was a new look Glory side and they struggled to convert their chances into goals, and they will need to sort that out if they are to improve their position from last season. It could be a long season for the Glory youngsters and they will have to be at their best to stay in the league.


President: Derek Harnwell
Coach: Jamie Harnwell
Assistants: Steve Neville and Michael Johnson
Home Ground: Percy Doyle Reserve, Duncraig
State Championships: 4 (2001, 2006, 2008, 2012)
State Cups: 3 (2011, 2012, 2015)

2015 Season:
League: 4th Place
FFA Cup: Final WA – (Winners)

Last Season in review: It was another good season for the Gulls, fourth in the league and taking out the State League Cup against Perth SC. But overall they were inconsistent, winning one week and losing the next, and that cost them down the stretch and it’s something the coaching staff will need to address. Sean Canham topped the Gulls scoring ladder, with eight goals, while Jack Salter scored seven.

Pre-Season Results:
QBE Night Series – Lost 2-3 v Stirling Lions, Won 3-2 v Sorrento, Won 3-2 v Balcatta, Lost 1-2 v Perth SC, Won 3-2 v ECU Joondalup

Transfer Movements:
In: Sam Herbison (Wanneroo), Billy Quinncroft, Alen Patarov, Tim Hill (all Stirling Lions), Alex Morgan (Kingsley), Jordan Brown (Inglewood), Connor Boland (Green Gully – Victoria)

Out: Jason Mirco, Todd Harnwell, Jack Slater, Thomas Boss, Lewis Hall, Adam Luca, Jack Eades
Players to Watch: Ryan Pearson continues to find the ball, and his surging runs will be a great assist for the Gulls. The experienced Steven McDonald, Shaun Kilkelly and skipper Daryl Platten will be vital at the back, while Scott Bulloch and Sean Canham will fill the void left by Jason Mirco and Todd Harnwell.

What to expect in 2016: For the second season running the Gulls have last some experienced players’ heading into the new season. The retirement of Todd Harnwell will be huge, and he will take some replacing. They need to get off to a good start if they are to press for a top four spot, but any team coached by Harnwell and his assistant Steve Neville will take some beating, a top five finish for the Gulls.


President: Cane Spaseski
Coach: Rob Milevski
Assistants: Dejan Vulic and Derek Johnstone
Home Ground: Macedonia Park, Balcatta
State Championships: 6 (1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1994, 1995)
State Cups: 6 (1980, 1992, 1996, 2006, 2007, 2010)

2015 Season:
League: 8th Place
FFA Cup: Fifth Round WA – (Lost 5-1 away to Sorrento)

Last Season in review: It was a positive start for Stirling, but they fell away late in the season and ended up in a disappointed 8th position. They won six out of the first eight games of the season, but then lost the last three games to end the season on a low, and with the most goals conceded in the competition. Daniel Micevski and Lawrence Shuruma were the leading scorers with eight goals each.

Pre-Season Results:
QBE Night Series – Won 3-2 v Sorrento, Won 2-1 v Balcatta, Won 3-0 v Perth SC, Won 3-1 v ECU Joondalup, Lost 3-5 v Armadale

Transfer Movements:

In: David Murphy, Graham Doran, Shane Cassidy (Shamrock), David Micevski, Jovo Pavlovic, David Sesay, Abdul Sesay (Inglewood), Blame Quaqua (Balcatta), John Perkins (Ashfield), Faustin Machochi (Armadale)
Out: Players released/left: Tim Hill, Nathan Bowden –Haase, Moses Kalau, Lawrence Shuruma, Joel Driscoll, Billy Quinncroft, Shane Malcolm

Players to Watch: The return of Daniel Micevski is huge for the club, his leadership will be vital. At the other end keeper John Perkins has shown in the pre-season he will be a handy pick up, while Brodie Martin, Teeboy Kamara and Robert Petrov are others to watch as the Lions look to improve.

What to expect in 2016: After a good night series the Lions have shown they can compete with the best in the competition. They have recruited well and Rob Milevski has his side playing some good football and if they can click they can push for a spot in the finals. But have they got a strong enough squad to compete for a finals spot, only time will tell.


President: Mark Cheverall
Coach: Gerry McEwan
Assistants: Mike Brazil
Home Ground: Rosalie Park, Subiaco
State Championships: None
State Cups: None

2015 Season:
League: 9th Place
FFA Cup: Sixth Round WA – (Lost 1-0 to Perth SC away)

Last Season in review: Subiaco again proved they deserve to be in the NPL, and their team work and structure caused problems last season. Their first win of the season came in Round four, with a 3-1 win against Perth Glory at Rosalie Park, and their next was a 3-1 win at ECU Joondalup. They won four more for the season, their best a 1-0 win against Perth SC in Round 11. Joshua Booysen was the top goalscorer with six goals, while Danny Milne bagged five.

Pre-Season Results:
QBE Night Series – Lost 0-1 v Cockburn City, Lost 0-3 v Bayswater City, Won 2-1 v Perth Glory, Lost 1-3 v Inglewood United, Lost 1-3 v Floreat Athena

Transfer Movements:
In: Not supplied by club
Out: Josh Booysen, Matt Akehurst

Players to Watch: Danny Milne will again be the go to man for Subiaco, the English striker along with Rory Feely will be the clubs goal scoring options. Nathan Diaz and Ger Fitzgerald will need to be at their best along with keeper Ryan Montgomery, who was in sparkling form in the Night Series.

What to expect in 2016: There has been little change in the squad at the club, and Gerry McEwan and Mike Brazil will be looking for much of the same from the group, but do they have the depth? It looks like they won’t be pushing for the finals, but will be fighting to stay in the NPL.

footballwa.net Predictions

Peter Simcox Eamon Duffy   Jacob Aufdemkampe Don Evans
NPL-WA table NPL-WA table   NPL-WA table NPL-WA table
Bayswater City Floreat Athena 1 Bayswater City Floreat Athena
Floreat Athena Bayswater City 2 Inglewood United Bayswater City
Inglewood United Inglewood United 3 Floreat Athena Inglewood United
Perth Armadale 4 Stirling Lions Stirling Lions
Stirling Lions Perth 5 Armadale Perth
Sorrento Sorrento 6 Perth Sorrento
ECU Joondalup Stirling Lions 7 Sorrento Armadale
Balcatta Cockburn City 8 Cockburn City Cockburn City
Armadale ECU Joondalup 9 ECU Joondalup ECU Joondalup
Cockburn City Perth Glory 10 Balcatta Balcatta
Perth Glory Subiaco AFC 11 Subiaco AFC Perth Glory
Subiaco AFC Balcatta 12 Perth Glory Subiaco AFC
State Cup Winners State Cup Winners   State Cup Winners State Cup Winners
Inglewood United Bayswater City   Bayswater City Bayswater City
Cup Runners-Up Cup Runners-Up   Cup Runners-Up Cup Runners-Up
ECU Joondalup Stirling Lions   Joondalup United Inglewood United
Top Four Cup Winners Top Four Cup Winners   Top Four Cup Winners Top Four Cup Winners
Floreat Athena Floreat Athena   Bayswater City Stirling Lions
Gold Medal Winner Gold Medal Winner   Gold Medal Winner Gold Medal Winner
Jason Mirco (Bayswater) Ludovic Boi (Floreat Athena)   Ludovic Boi (Floreat Athena) Ludovic Boi (Floreat Athena)

State League Division One


President: Bill Bushby
Coach: Paul Dundo
Assistants: Gerry Wardle, Mark Humphreys

Players In: Ross Diamond (Balcatta), Charlie Kenna (Shamrock Rovers), Tim Page (Bunbury), Ross Cosgrove (Western Knights), Mackenzie Ferguson (Curtin), Matthew Bonasera (ECU Joondalup), Jay Lang, Matt Warton, Gary Hill (All returning from Injury)

Players Out: John Perkins, Ruben Tristao, Mark Walsh, Matt Wardle, Nick Davies, Ian Griffiths

It’s been a tumultuous season already at Ashfield. Tony Maguire was appointed new coach in the off-season, but in the Night Series, due to work commitments, he resigned, and Paul Dundo has taken over the reins. The changeover shouldn’t be that bad, as Dundo worked with the players last season. The squad is bristling with talent, and they will all be looking to go one better than they have for the last two seasons where they have been runners-up. If they can gel it will be another good season, have they got the squad to challenge for the title, only time will tell, but they will be there or there about. Alex Stamatiadis, Jay Lang, Graham Tough and new signing Ross Diamond will be vital next season, while Brian Patterson and Tim Page will be ones to watch.


President: Hans Meyer
Coach: Paul Oliver
Assistant: Paul McCue

Players In: Nathan Hubbard, Daniel Macklin, Darren Gamble, Sam Carrello, Steve Murgia

Players Out: Chris Holland, Daniel Paredes, Ryan Shackleton, Joe Ives

It was Canning City Coach Paul Oliver’s first season as senior coach of the club last season, and it was a season of up’s and down’s. They finished the season well to avoid the relegation play-off, but Oliver has worked hard in the pre-season to strengthen his squad. New signings Darren Gamble and Daniel Macklin are good inclusions while the coach will also be looking for big seasons from Callum Roberts and Luke Stonebridge. He also has some good young talent at the club to call upon; with Nathan Hubbard and Ethan Levvitt ones to watch. If they can gel early a middle of the table spot could be their target.


President: Slobodan Bajic
Coach: Mauro Marchione
Assistant: Adriano

Players In: Nicola Gazzola, Francesco Capra, Joshua Tumoe

Players Out: N/A

Dianella White Eagles have a completely new squad in 2016, but with Coach Mauro Marchione in charge, you will know they will be dangerous. A fifth place finish last season was a good achievement, but his team will want time to gel, but they started the season well with an FFA Cup win against NPL side ECU Joondalup. The only players from last year’s side are Luca Borsato, Dejan Stojanovic and Branimir Dragojevic, but he has new Italian winger Nicola Gazzola, keeper Francesco Capra and Joshua Tumoe who have all impressed in the pre-season. Defender Dejan Stojanovic has impressed too and the youngster will be one to watch.


President: Carlos Mendes
Coach: Rod Banjac
Assistant: Terry Brown

Players In: Luke Martino, Mark Barnett, Hayden Dodgson (Inglewood United), Chris Rizidis (Floreat); Mitchel Crocker (Bayswater), Liam Merigan (Ashfield), Hasani Sinclair (Florida USA), Milan Vulin (Dianella WE), Josip Vujica (Balcatta)

Players Out: Linden Pywell

Newly promoted Forrestfield United have showed already they are not in this league to make up the numbers. Rod Banjac has brought in some quality across the board, and they reached the State League Final, before losing in the final. It’s their first season in the Division since 2012, but with their large supporter following, they will be hoping to light up the competition on and off the park, and a top four spot in their sights. Brad Eiffe was injured in the pre-season, but the club have the experienced Luke Martino to call on his place. Skipper Trent Wood, Rhys Loxley, Ben Rogers and Jordan Hart will again be influential again this season, while new signings Mark Barnett and Hayden Dodgson will be ones to watch.


President: Gary Nickisso
Coach: Wally Aquino
Assistant: Allan Pottier

Players In: Dean Apelgren (Western Knights), Matt Lynch (Scotland), Jack Adams (Cockburn), Dylan Eastough (Armadale), David LeFleur (France)

Players Out: No information supplied by club.

Gosnells City will be looking to improve on their eight placed finish last season. It will be Coach Wally Aquino’s first full season in charge of the club, after taking over in the middle of last season. He has made some excellent signings, with Dean Aplegren and Jack Adams bolstering the squad. Gosnells have a young squad and will look to Wade Farmer, Scott Pereira and Aaron Coslani, who finished last season in great form. While Caleb and Jacob Aquino will also need to have a good season if the club are to push into the top half of the season.


President: John Stone
Coach: Nick Jennings
Assistants: Mark Cox, Rudy Proctor

Players In: Stuart Montgomery (ECU Joondalup), Nathan Grostrate (Floreat Athena), Johny Chalmers (Fraserburgh, Scotland), Rob Bain, Luke Serra

Players Out: Liam Fyffe

The surprise team of last season, in their first year in Division One was Joondalup United. After gaining promotion, without losing a game in 2014, United continued their good form finishing in a creditable 5th spot on the table. New Coach Nick Jennings has added some quality to his squad, and after winning the State League Night Series their improvement looks like it has continued, and if they can keep injury free, they will challenge Mandurah for the title. Keeper James Bosdet and Ross Edwards will pin a tight defence, while skipper Arran Maplestone and striker Lee Jones will also be influential. The club have also unearthed some younger talent, and Johny Chalmers and Josh Whitmore will be a couple to watch next season.


President: N/A
Coach: Doug Hesketh
Assistant: Mike Lyons

Players In: Oscar Thompson (Port Kennedy), Danny Dyson (Kwinana), Kevin Castle (Eastley, UK), Oriel Fernandez (Victoria), Jack Eades (Sorrento)

Players Out: David Keenan, Ged Burke

The team to beat this season is Mandurah City. The Dolphins won the title last season, but due to no promotion to the NPL they have had to bide their time in the off-season. But with promotion to the NPL in place this season, Coach Doug Hesketh’s side will be determined to regain their crown. Hesketh has brought in Mick Lyons to assist him this season, and skipper Andy Brown and Jordan Rhodes will again be a huge part of the clubs push for promotion, while Ollie McGee and Craig Young will also have roles to play. Striker Abe Tcouma and new signing Oscar Thompson will be players to watch.


President: Brian Kennedy
Coach Rob Crerar
Assistants: Billy Russell and Alex Smith

Players In: Reece Frank (Mandurah), Brian Gwataringa (Floreat Athena), Matt Brooks (Ashfield), Grant Dickie

Players Out: Ryan Hazlett

After a two year absence Rockingham City start a season in Division One. They won promotion in the sudden death play-off last season and Coach Rob Crerar will go in with the same squad, plus a few inclusions. Cyril Sharrock will again be vital for the club, along with the experienced Max Snelson, Ryan Kennedy, Alex Grayson and Christian Hogge. The coach also has some young talented to turn too, with Shane Boyle, Travis Williams and Blake Sokolowski in the squad for 2016. There squad depth will be tested, but Crerar and his coaching staff will get the best out of them and they will surprise a few teams.


President: Mick Manning
Coach: John O’Reilly
Assistant: Andy Keogh

Players In: Yousri Gharsallah (Dianella), Mwansa Msonda (Gwelup), Dinko Ahmetanovic (Balga), Paul Sopp (Ellenbrook), Teddy Abel (Stirling Lions), Fraser Butt, Mike Lawson (Both Swan United), Alan O'Mahoney (Wembly Downs)

Players Out: Charlie Kenna, Sean Browne, Stephen O'Leary, Alec Robinson

It was a disappointing season for Rovers, the 2014 Champions finished fourth, but Coach John O’Reilly will be looking for a response this season. They only lost four games but it was the six draws that stopped them finishing higher. He will be looking to Will Pender on the flanks and Mike Lawson at the back, and new signings Mwansa Msonda and Teddy Abel to shine. O’Reilly will also be looking for a big season from youngster Paul Sopp, the defender has been impressive in the pre-season. Rovers will be pushing for a top four spot, but with the lack of depth in the squad they will struggle to take out the title.


President: Guy Italiano
Coach: Tim Slack
Assistant: N/A

Players in: Ryan Francis, Reece Stewart, Martin Ryan, Adam Guthridge, Dan Corbett

Players Out: N/A

New South West Phoenix Coach Tim Slack has taken over the Bunbury based club, and he will be looking for an improvement in 2016, after they finished a disappointing seventh last season. The club have found it difficult to attract players, but Slack believes they are forming their own production line of youngsters at the club. The return of Ryan Francis is huge, while Dan Corbett, Reece Stewart and Bright Ababio will have big roles to play. The club will be determined to get promotion after it was taken from them in 2012, but a lack of depth in the squad could stop them.


President: Tony Stewart
Coach: Michael Janssen
Assistants: Clive Stopper, Chris Beech and Vinny Kapur

Players In: Andrew Xydas (Floreat Athena), Michael Vlasich (Floreat Athena) , Brendan Offer (Gosnells City), Ranjeet Singh (year off football), Geordie Papathanassiou (Floreat Athena), George Michael (Unknown), Simon Baah , Matthew Steffenson (Subiaco) , Aaron Farrier England), Will Conway (England), Marc Zagami (Balcatta FC) Conor Devlin (Inglewood)

Players Out: Sam Stone, Ryan Ince, Liam Collins, Manolo Arapais, Mengbom Kim, Liam Mallinson, Dhamon Kalamaris, Patrick Morrison, Izy Tan

It’s been a huge turnover of players for UWA-Nedlands in 2016, but new Coach Michael Janssen has brought in some talent to improve their ninth place finish last season. They conceded 67 goals last season, the second worst in the league and the Coach will be looking to tighten that up. Strikers Alex Kretowicz and Ben Reynolds will need to have a good season if they are to stay clear of the relegation zone. New signing Michael Vlasich will have a huge role to play at the back, and Bryce Conway in the middle of the park. Tristan Taylor and Connor Devlin has come leaps and bounds this season and will be ones to watch.


President: Gordana Sliskovic
Coach: Trim Morgan
Assistant: Mano Psanoudakis

Players In: Ryan Shackleton (Fremantle Croatia)

Players Out: Ivan Zuvela, Luka Jukic, Scott Rowe, Craig Riley, Jamie Ricks, Dean Apelgren

New Knights Coach Trim Morgan will be looking for an improvement from his side after a disappointing sixth place last season. The Nash Field club were relegated in 2013 and have been in top six of Division one since, but have they the players to improve this campaign? Morgan will rely on the experienced of Paul Lloyd and Jeffrey Judge, both players had good night series campaign. Other players to watch in 2016 are Ben Coulter and Dean Thurston, but they will need to be at their best to win to return to the top flight, but a top five spot is in the reach.

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State League Division One table State League Division One table   State League Division One table State League Division One table
Mandurah City Mandurah City 1 Mandurah City Mandurah City
Joondalup United Dianella White Eagles 2 Joondalup United Dianella White Eagles
Ashfield Ashfield 3 Ashfield Ashfield
Forrestfield United Shamrock Rovers Perth 4 Forrestfield United Joondalup United
Shamrock Rovers Perth Joondalup United 5 Gosnells City South West Phoenix
Western Knights Forrestfield United 6 Western Knights Gosnells City
Gosnells City Gosnells City 7 Rockingham City Shamrock Rovers Perth
South West Phoenix South West Phoenix 8 Dianella White Eagles Western Knights
Rockingham City Rockingham City 9 Shamrock Rovers Perth Canning City
Canning City Canning City 10 South West Phoenix Forrestfield United
Dianella White Eagles Western Knights 11 Canning City Rockingham City
UWA-Nedlands FC UWA-Nedlands FC 12 UWA-Nedlands FC UWA-Nedlands FC

State League Division Two


President: Ken Shorto
Coach: Ljupco Taneski
Assistants: Amir Dzamastigic, Ma'te' Korda, Gary Shorto

Players In: Anton De Francesch (Balcatta), Hubert Hakizimana (Stirling Lions), Ogjen Radovic (Dianella White Eagles), Hermon Habtegergish (Bayswater City), Juma Awaka (Bayswater City), Elhossain Atekhis, Mile Petkovski (FK Pelister - Macedonia) Daniel Halet (Atletic Bradu - Romania)

Players Out: Lyon Varney, Gabriel Mapooth, Jonathan McGahern, Ali Elhassan

Balga are in their third season in the league after re-joining the competition, and they impressed last season finishing a creditable fifth place. They did let in 58 goals last season, which was the worst in the top seven, and Coach Ljupco Taneski will be looking to tighten that up this season. He has brought in some quality, as they look to reach Division One, and new signings Mile Petkovski has impressed in the pre-season, along with Jimmy Taneski, Andreas Bouzinekis and Nahom Michael. Youngsters Hubert Hakizimana and Hermon Habtegergish are two players who will have a big impact for the club this season and a top four finish is in their sights.


President: Campbell Ballantyne
Coach: Campbell Ballantyne
Assistants: Greg Richardson, Daniel Jones

Players In: Oskar Schwarze (VFB Germania Lette - Germany), Arijan Stovrag (Högaborgs BK - Sweden), Josh Harvey (South West Phoenix), Louis Downham – (University of North Carolina at Wilmington), Oliver Robertson (South West Phoenix) Stefan Spears, Bryce Young, Antony Russo, Chase Parker

Players Out: Nathan Smith, Carlo Chiellini, Mackenzie Ferguson

Curtin University finished a disappointed tenth last season, and coach Campbell Ballantyne will be looking for an improvement in 2016. They struggled in front of goal last season, scoring only 31 goals the third worst in the league, but the club have recruited well in the off-season. Eddie Tikoft, Antony Russo, Bryce Young and Khaled Salhah, who turned down opportunities from other clubs, are players the club will turn too to improve this season. Youngster Oliver Robertson has impressed in the pre-season and made his first team debut in the cup, and is a player to watch. It could be a long season for the club but if the new players can gel they will cause problems.


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President: Maurice Oteri
Coach: Steve Plucknett
Assistant: Mark Rocket

Players In: Sean Browne, Stephen O'Leary Alec Robinson (all Shamrock Rovers), Gareth Hamilton (Quinns), Robert Mariano, (Stirling Lions), Josh Gardner (Armadale), Daniel Glennon (East Fremantle),Amel Dzaferovic (BB United), Jett Shaw (Inglewood), Ashley Deveseaux, Rory Kiely

Players Out: Kurt de Souza, Mick de Souza, Tim de Souza, Andrew Ambrogio, Cam Hayes, Nathan Findlater, Dom Drewery, Sam Haigh, Connor Shaw, Tom Gasser, Luke Doyle, Yannick Livingston, Andrew Morrow, Ian McInnes, Ben Klinger, Domenic Mann, Angus Vos, Nicky O'Brien, Adam O’Neil

Fremantle go into 2016 as one of the favourites to take out the title. Coach Steve Plucknett has completely turned over his squad as they look to reach the First Division for the first time. Striker Danny Clapham will again be vital for them, while new signings Sean Browne, Alec Robinson and Stephen O’Leary, who have all joined the club from Shamrock Rovers, will have big roles to play. Other players who have impressed in the pre-season are Robert Mariano, Anthony Lomma and Liam Hoskin, and if the side can gel early they will be the team to beat.


President: Peter Dearlove
Coach: Marco Schisano
Assistant: Kevan Towers

Players In: James Stewart, Luke Wilson, (both from Carramar), Drew Jenke, Sam Phillips, Bobby Melia (all past players returning and have not played for a year or two)

Players Out: Joe Smith, Luke Serra

Its Joondalup City fifth campaign in Division Two and new coach Marco Schisano is looking for an improvement from last season’s seventh place. They won the league in 2013 but haven’t gone on with it. The coach will be hoping for a big season from Club captain Jody Thomson, while Mark Tebbutt, Liam McGurk and Danny Allen will also need to fire. The club have some good youngsters pushing for places in the side, with Harry Clisby, John Lockhart and Joel Gillespie all impressing, but do they have the depth to push for promotion, a middle of the table spot at best.


President: N/A
Coach: Chris Bates
Assistant: James Rae

Players In: Sam French (Melville City), Arthur Gaye (Melville City), Linden Pywell (Forrestfield United), Owen Curtis, Tait Comley

Players Out: N/A

After a disappointing last two season Kelmscott Roos will look to consolidate in 2016. New Coach Chris Bates and his assistant James Rae are working to bring some confidence to the squad. They have worked on their professionalism and how the future looks for the club. They have a full coaching staff and the full backing of the committee. Bates said the players have been working hard in the pre-season and their squad is taking shape nicely – No player information sent by the club.


President: John Ward
Coach: Tom ‘Derby’ Kilkelly
Assistant: Mark Culverwell

Players In: Steven Cowbrough, Pearse McKee (Swan United), Ryan Frisina, Craig Hollingsworth (Ashfield), Cathal Quinn (Shamrock), Joe Smith (Joondalup City), Ali Elhassan (Balga), Luke Coltman (Sorrento), Michael Harben.

Players Out: Andy O’Neil, Will Kirkpatrick, Sam Herbison

Kingsway Olympic improved last season under new coach Tom Kilkelly and finish in sixth place. They scored 47 goals last season which would have pleased the coach, but they let in 42, which knowing the coach wouldn’t have pleased him. The club has again brought in a number of players to strengthen the squad, with Ryan Frisina a good pick up. Ian McKean will again be vital at the back, while Cathal Quinn and Brett Cutting will also be important. Youngsters Luke Coltman, Baedon Feven, Craig Morrison and Michael Harben have all impressed in the pre-season.


President: Dave Kindness
Coach: Gavin Brown
Assistant: Gordon Russell

Players In: Cormac Abbott, Alastair Campbell (both previously unattached), Scott Campbell, Daniel Agudelo (both Wanneroo), Mirko Taulla, Ian Coffey.

Players Out: Sam French (Kelmscott)

After a good start to the season Melville City slipped away and finished in ninth position. Coach Gavin Brown has acted quickly to improve the squad and go into the season looking for an improvement. Skipper Matt Donlevy will be vital for the side if he can keep on the pitch, while Mark Lucas, leading goalscorer from last season Simon El Charmi, midfielder Scott Campbell and keeper Daniel Agudelo will need to have a good season, if they are to move up the table. Youngster’s Cameron McLaren and Louie Granich have impressed in the pre-season and will be one’s to watch from the club


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President: Steve Alderson
Coach: Dave Hall
Assistant: Mick Bowers

Players In: Jake Benson Cooper (ECU Joondalup), Nicky Sharples (Joondalup United), Craig Tooley, Nathan Smith (Joondalup City), Brian Cairney, Glen Moore,

Players Out: Gareth Hamilton, Craig Bowman, Callum Trayner

It will be Quinns FC’s fifth season in the Second Division and they will be looking for an improvement on their 8th place finish last season. They finished second in 2013 and new coach Dave Hall and Mick Bowers have acted quickly to bolster the squad. They have brought in some quality with Jake Benson-Cooper, Nicky Sharples, Brian Cairney and Craig Tooley all being added, while they are expecting good seasons from youngsters Charlie Purcell, Stevie White and Glen Moore. They will all need to be at their best if Quinns are to reach the top four.


President: Sonia Tuxworth
Coach: Matt Debarro
Assistant: Cameron Peverley

Players In: Luke Woodard (Wanneroo), Hicam Arma (Italy), Lyon Varney and Saco Tambor (Balga), John Monterosso (Wanneroo), Chris Marshall,

Players Out: No information supplied by club.

There has been a good turnover of players at Swan United, with new coach Matt Debarro bring former players and new faces to the Francis Street club. However he has retained some quality youth players in our reserves and some in the first team squad. Skipper Chris Marshall returns to the black and whites along with John Monterosso, Michael Black has been impressive in the Night Series, while Luke Woodard has joined the club and will give bite at the back. Youngsters Lyon Varney and Sasco Tambor have been good additions, while new Italian Hicham Arma has been impressive. They will be there or there about come season’s end, as they look to rebound from relegation last season.


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State League Division Two table State League Division Two table   State League Division Two table State League Division Two table
Fremantle City Morley-Windmills 1 Fremantle City Morley-Windmills
Swan United Fremantle City 2 Joondalup City Swan United
Morley-Windmills Kelmscott Roos 3 Morley-Windmills Wanneroo City
Balga Swan United 4 Balga Joondalup City
Kingsway Olympic Joondalup City 5 Kingsway Olympic Curtin University
Joondalup City Curtin University 6 Swan United Ellenbrook United
Melville Cty Melville City 7 Curtin University Kingsway Olympic
Wanneroo City Kingsway Olympic 8 Melville City Balga
Curtin University Wanneroo City 9 Wanneroo City Fremantle City
Ellenbrook United Quinns FC 10 Quinns FC Quinns FC
Quinns FC Balga 11 Kelmscott Roos Melville City
Kelmscott Roos Ellenbrook United 12 Ellenbrook United Kelmscott Roos

Amateur League Premier Division

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Amateur League Premier Division table Amateur League Premier Division table   Amateur League Premier Division table Amateur League Premier Division table Amateur League Premier Division table
North Perth United Gwelup Croatia 1 Gwelup Croatia Gwelup Croatia Gwelup Croatia
Gwelup Croatia North Perth United 2 Wembley Downs Wembley Downs North Perth United
Port Kennedy Wembley Downs 3 North Perth United Fremantle Croatia Wembley Downs
Wembley Downs BB United 4 Kingsley Hamersley Rovers Kingsley
North Lake Fremantle Croatia 5 North Lake North Perth United Hamersley Rovers
Southern Spirit Hamersley Rovers 6 Fremantle Croatia Port Kennedy Perth Royals
Hamersley Rovers North Lake 7 Southern Spirit BB United North Lake
Fremantle Croatia Kingsley 8 Hamersley Rovers Southern Spirit Fremantle Croatia
BB United Southern Spirit 9 Belmont Villa Kingsley Southern Spirit
Perth Royals Port Kennedy 10 Port Kennedy Perth Royals Belmont Villa
Kingsley Perth Royals 11 Perth Royals North Lake Port Kennedy
Belmont Villa Belmont Villa 12 BB United Belmont Villa BB United
Amateur Cup Winners Amateur Cup Winners   Amateur Cup Winners Amateur Cup Winners Amateur Cup Winners
Gwelup Croatia Gwelup Croatia   Gwelup Croatia Gwelup Croatia Kingsley
Cup Runners-Up Cup Runners-Up   Cup Runners-Up Cup Runners-Up Cup Runners-Up
North Perth United Wembley Downs   Kingsley Wembley Downs Wembley Downs

Amateur League First Division

Final Table Prediction

 1 Kwinana United
 2 Shamrock Rovers Perth Amaterurs
 3 South Perth United
 4 Subiaco AFC Amateurs
 5 Whitford City
 6 Jaguar FC
 7 Quinns FC Amateurs
 8 Maccabi
 9 Stirling Panthers
10 Maddington White City
11 International Calcio
12 Queens Park

Amateur League Second Division

Final Table Prediction

 1 Backpackers FC
 2 Joondalup United Amateurs
 3 Forrestfield United Amateurs
 4 Cracovia White Eagles
 5 UWA-Nedlands FC Amateurs
 6 North Beach
 7 Kalamunda United
 8 Warnbro Strikers
10 Floreat Athena Amateurs
11 Ballajura
12 Carramar FC

Amateur League Third Division

Final Table Prediction

 1 East Perth
 2 Brooklands FC
 3 Caversham Athletic
 4 Gosnells City Amateurs
 5 Stirling Lions Amateurs
 6 Canning City Amateurs
 7 Lynwood United
 8 Kingsway Olympic Amateurs
 9 La Fiamma
10 Ahly Perth
11 South Perth United "B" 
12 Perth Hills

Amateur League Fourth Division

Final Table Prediction

 1 Noranda City
 2 Emerald FC
 3 Peel United
 4 UWA-Nedlands FC Amateurs "B" 
 5 Curtin University Amateurs
 6 Melville City Amateurs
 7 Bassendean Caledonian
 8 Forrestfield United Amateurs "B"
 9 Subiaco AFC Amateurs "B"
10 Yanchep United
11 Fraser Park
12 Woodvale FC

Amateur League Fifth Division

Final Table Prediction

 1 Mandurah City Amateurs
 2 Joondalup United Amateurs "B"
 3 Koondoola Red Falcons
 4 Western United
 5 Maniana FC
 6 Perth Royals "B"
 7 Hamersley Rovers "B"
 8 Armadale Amateurs

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