2020 Season Preview

National Premier Leagues WA


State Championships: None
State Cups: 1 (2018)

Coach - John O'Reilly

2019 - 10th

Goals Scored - 35

Goals Conceded - 45

Top Goalscorer - Michael Lawson 7

The Reds ended last season with only one defeat in their last five games to finish tenth and continue their 16th season stay in the NPL. John O'Reilly's side struggled at home only winning three games all season, losing seven, but the coach has added some experience to his squad. Brian Patterson, Kevin Ashwood and Matt Worton have joined the club, but he also has some exciting youngsters he will be hoping they improve in 2020 The highlight of the season was a stunning 5-1 win in the local derby against Cockburn City in round 19, but they were few and far between. Michael Lawson topped a great season, where he was the clubs top goalscorer, by winning the clubs Fairest and Best, but he will be missing this season, having retired from the game.

Players in: Brian PATTERSON, Sebastian STENQVIST, Roberto SOARES, Kevin ASHWOOD, Matt WORTON, Isaac KOOMSON

Players out: Josh KUSER, Michael LAWSON

Skipper in 2020: Nathan Costello

What the coach said - “We have a new group of players that are showing some real promise. If we can gel in the first few weeks, we can give it a really good go this year.” – John O’Reilly


State Championships: None
State Cups: None

Coach – Bobby Taneski

2019 - 4th

Goals Scored - 26

Goals Conceded - 26

Top Goalscorer - Adam Zimarino 7

Balcatta side were the big improvers in 2019 reaching the top four Finals, before losing narrowly to Floreat Athena in the Semi-Final, and their fourth-place finish was their best since a third-place finish in 2014. They had the fourth best home record in the league, and only lost four on the road, but scoring was a problem, only scoring 26 for the season, the third lowest in the competition. But at the other end they had the second-best defence, only conceding 26 goals. But in a bombshell on the eve of the new season Goran Stajic resigned and he has been replaced by Bobby Taneski. The new coach has a strong squad to work with, but will the turmoil of Stajic leaving affect the club, only time will tell.

Players in: Riccardo MAZZONELLI, Adam TONG, Jackson DONGRAY, James HARMER, Daniel ROBINSON, Joe O’BRIEN, Jack LEECH, Ben CAMPBELL

Players out: Ben PELLIZARRI, Nic CHALLOT, Gavin KNIGHT, Davie KEENAN

Skipper in 2020: John Kearney

What the coach said – N/A


State Championships: 4 (2013, 2014, 2015, 2017)
State Cups: 2 (2013, 2014)

Coach - Chris Coyne

2019 - 5th

Goals Scored - 45

Goals Conceded - 29

Top Goalscorer – Daryl Nicol 14

Bayswater City missed out on the Top Four Finals for only the second time in eight years, and Head Coach Chris Coyne will be doing all he can to turn that around in 2020. The club have brought in some talent as they look for their first title since 2017, with ex-Glory youth players Gomo Dukuly, Luke Salmo Riley Warland and Zayd Farah among the new signings. A loss in the final game of the season against Cockburn City saw them finish fifth, one point outside the finals. But once again Daryl Nicol was the star, winning the leading goalscorer at Frank Drago Reserve and winning the Football West Gold Medal and the clubs Fairest and Best. With Coyne at the helm Bayswater will be in the mix, but they need to more consistent than they were last season.

Players in: Dean CUMMINGS, Gomo DUKULY, Luke SALMON, Zayd FARAH, Riley WARLAND, David STOKOE, Danny JONES, Hayden BROWN

Players out: Trent KAY, Declan HARGREAVES, Giordano COLLI

Skipper in 2020: N/A

What the coach said – “I’m really excited to have the opportunity to work with the young fresh and hungry squad that we have put together. If they can gel with the senior players that we already have I think it has the makings of a good group, that could possibly push for honours this year.” – Chris Coyne


State Championships: 3 (1979, 1982, 1986)
Cup Winners: 3 (1983, 1984, 1985)

Coach - Scott Miller

2019 – 7th

Goals Scored - 38

Goals Conceded - 38

Top Goalscorer – Daniel Robinson 12

Cockburn City were a team that had an up-and-down season in 2019. While they escaped relegation with relative comfort, they were also a considerable distance away from playing Finals football. A mid-season slump saw them flirting with relegation, but two wins in their last three games saw them finish seventh. They haven’t been that much active in the transfer market, but Scott Miller has brought in the talented Riley van Dieken and Ali Gholami. He will look to the experience of Euan Grant, Anthony Skorich and Devon Gibson, as well as a number of youngsters pushing for a spot in the side. We will have to wait and see whether the Cockerels can break out of the mid-table trap in 2020, and their first challenge will be against Sorrento.

Players in: Riley VAN DIEKEN, Ali GHOLAMI

Players out: Ruben TRISTAO, Hasani SINCLAIR, Jethro YUMANGE, Daniel ROBINSON

Skipper in 2020: Euen Grant

What the coach said – “There is a lot of very good players spread through the league this season, so I think every point will be well earned.” – Scott Miller


State Championships: 1 (1999)
Cup Winners: 2 (1998, 2002)

Coach – Kenny Lowe

2019 - 11th

Goals Scored - 24

Goals Conceded - 32

Top Goalscorer – Joe Knowles 8

ECU Joondalup will look to bounce back after their worst season in the NPL. They were only four points off relegation last season, their worst finish since 2008. But the inability to turn draws into wins hurt them, drawing 11 games in 2019 which saw them hoover around the drop zone. But a brace from top goalscorer and Fairest and Best Joe Knowles saw them beat high flyers Floreat Athena in round 20, the three points all but sealed their survival. They have brought in Kenny Lowe to replace Dale McCulloch and the former Perth Glory coach hasn’t wasted time bringing in new faces with Ryan Lowry returning to the club from Wellington Phoenix, while Ellis Healing and Danny Hodgson have joined from Gwelup. The loss of Knowles will hurt the Jacks, but with Sami Riak and Harry Evans joining recently they could be in the mix come season end.

Players in: Ross MILLARD, Danny HODGSON, Ryan LOWRY, Ellis HEALING, Harry EVANS, Sami RIAK

Players out: Joe KNOWLES, Ollie ANNIS

Skipper in 2020: Johnny Perkins

What the coach said – “The club are excited for the new season, and we will look for an improvement from 2019. We have a good mix of experienced players and have some talented youngsters in the squad too, and we have worked really hard in the pre-season and are improving with each game.” – Kenny Lowe


State Championships: 4 (1977, 1988, 1997, 2007)
State Cups: 6 (1987, 1988, 1989, 1997, 2009, 2019)

Coach – Ante Kovacevic

2019 – 3rd

Goals Scored - 48

Goals Conceded - 37

Top Goalscorer – Robert Petkov 10

Another of the sides many may consider favourites for the title in 2020 is Floreat Athena. They have also had a change at the top with Garrett McDuling resigning in pre-season and the club has brought in former Perth Glory defender Ante Kovacevic to oversee the clubs progress. They’ve managed to hold onto the majority of their squad, however the loss of Jon Stynes to Gwelup is a huge blow. They have added Sean McManus and youngster Liam Murray, while the pace of Noah Shamaki will be a big plus. Floreat will go in search of their first title since 2007 and with Kovacevic at the helm not many people will bet against it.

Players in: Sean MCMANUS, Liam MURRAY, Andrew PALMER, Noah SHAMAKI, Nelson TSHONGO, Andrew MARANTA, Ben STEELE.

Players out: Rob PETKOV, Jon STYNES, Thomas JEBB

Skipper in 2020: Dean Evans

What the coach said – “Excited for the season after joining Athena midway during the preseason. This is a club that has high expectations and this season is no different. Our squad has a good blend of experience and youth and all players are hungry for success.” – Ante Kovacevic


State Championships: None
State Cups: None

Coach - Taki Nicolaidis

2019 - Division One Champions - Promoted

Goals Scored - 52

Goals Conceded - 28

Top Goalscorer – Ellis Healing 19

Newly-promoted Gwelup Croatia enter the NPL WA after finishing last season’s State League Division One as Premiers. It’s been a busy time for Head coach Taki Nicolaidis with a large number of transfers both in and out in preparation for their debut season in the competition. Among their new arrivals are Glory youth winger Ethan Brooks, while the experience of striker Ndumba Makeche, who has joined from Penang FA in Malaysia, and Hasani Sinclair will strengthen their strike force, while Skipper Blair Govan and Sam Mitchinson return after stints in the east. The northern suburbs club have big ambitions on and off the park, and they will be one of the sides to watch this season.


Players out: Riley STEPHENSON, Clark KELTIE, Brodie MARTIN, Matt SPARROW, Danny HODGSON, Isaac KOOMSON, Sam WYNNE, Tyler UGLOW, Sean CANHAM, Graham TOUGH, Ali GHOLAMI, Ellis HEALING, Nasser BELLO, Zane CASELLA, Mitchell PAPAS

Skipper in 2020: Blair Govan

What the coach said – “We’re all looking forward to another season and even more so for us at Gwelup being the new kids on the block in our first season ever in the NPL.” – Taki Nicolaidis


State Championships: 1 (1996)
State Cups: 2 (1977, 1999)

Coach - Andres Oliveira

2019 – 2nd

Goals Scored - 38

Goals Conceded - 36

Top Goalscorer - Chok Dau 11

After a strong league campaign in 2019 Inglewood United will want to build on their second-place finish and prove they are one of the teams to beat in 2020. The heartbreak of conceding late in the Top Four Final will have the coach and players determined to go one better. They have brought in strikers Robert Petkov and Chris Jackson to a strong squad, well led by skipper David Cyrus. It was a fantastic first season for Head Coach Andres Oliveira, and he will be hoping for a similar one on 2020, as they look for their first Premier League title since 1996, they will be in the mix this season.

Players in: Rob PETKOV, Chris JACKSON, Thiak KUEL, Brodie LANGAN, Brendon ITALIANO AND Jordon ALLEN-RANA promoted from the U20 squad.

Players out: Sam RIAK, Harry EVANS, Hamza HENA, Brian WOODALL, Chok DAU

Skipper in 2020: David Cyrus.

What the coach said – “We’ve added much needed quality to the squad, which will help us try to push for that one better from last year. We have a blend of experience, quality, speed and youth this year. We just going to enjoy ourselves, be competitive and challenge for titles as this is the reason why we all play NPL football.” – Andres Oliveira


State Championships: 23 (1960, 1962, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1981, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2016, 2018, 2019)
State Cups: 11 (1960, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1981, 1990, 1993, 2001, 2005)

Coach - Ramon Falzon

2019 – 1st - Champions

Goals Scored - 53

Goals Conceded - 21

Top Goalscorer - Michael Domfeh 17

After claiming back-to-back Premierships Perth SC will once again be one of the favourites for the title in 2020. Head coach Ramon Falzon has seen some of title winning squad move on will no doubt look to the clubs talented youngsters to fill the void, but losing Harley Orr, Francis Soale and Kristian Santich will affect them this season. The reigning Premiers have also managed to retain the services of new skipper Jordan de Leo, Niccolň Sabatini, Michael Domfeh, Alex Silla and the bulk of the team, and further bolstered their squad with the acquisition of Perth Glory duo Luke Bodnar and Sasa Njegic, while Ryan Montgomery and Yacoub Mustafa join from Stirling Lions. They will once again go in as title favourites and will be the ones to beat.

Players in: Ryan MONTGOMERY, Luke BODNAR, Jackson MORGAN, Yacoub MUSTAFA, Sasa NJEGIC

Players out: Francis SOALE, Harley ORR, Kristian SANTICH, Rocco PIZZATA, Tom KING

Skipper in 2020: Jordan de Leo

What the coach said: “Our last four seasons have been exceptional to say the least. We were very proud to see the boys win the NPL three times and unfortunately, we narrowly missed out by the tiniest margins on the fourth. The boys are well accustomed by now that we do not focus on trophies because we do not have any control over it. What we can control is continuously working hard to improve our performances to make sure that we are highly competitive at the business end of the season, so our focus is solely on improving ourselves and our performances. Last year we even had the privilege to beat Heidelberg away from home in the NPL National Finals, so I am sure that the boys are very motivated to repeat such a feat in the near future. I think this year the NPL will be tougher and probably more balanced and competitive. Although it is too soon to say, I think that last year’s main contenders have all strengthened their squads and it is likely that even the newly promoted club will be challenging for a top spot.” – Ramon Falzon


State Championships: None
State Cups: None

Coach - Richard Garcia

2019 – 8th

Goals Scored - 35

Goals Conceded - 39

Top Goalscorer – Daniel Stynes 4

Perth Glory missed out on a top four spot last season and coach Richard Garcia has built a new look squad for an assault on the title in 2020. They had an indifferent Foxtel Youth League season, but they have gelled well and looked impressive in the Night Series. Time will tell which A-League players will play in the NPL, but the youngster in the squad can hold their own in the competition and they have a number of talented players. They have been out-muscled over the years in the league, but they have overcome that and are giving as good as they get now, this could be a good season for the youngsters.

Players in: N/A

Players out: Luke BODNAR, Sasa NJEGIC, Ethan BROOKS, Kian MCGUIGAN, Liam MURRAY, Jack LEECH, Gomo DUKULY, Luke SALMON, Zayd FARAH, Riley WARLAND

Skipper in 2020: N/A

What the coach said - “In our clubs NPL history the players struggled with the physicality and were often out-muscled in games, we are trying to improve that and help the boys be prepared so they can match it in that department with every club which is a credit to the players, for taking that in their stride.” – Richard Garcia


State Championships: None
State Cups: None

Coach – Gary Christie

2019 - 9th

Goals Scored - 37

Goals Conceded - 49

Top Goalscorer – James Harmer 12

After a strong league campaign in 2019, in their first season in the NPL WA, Rockingham City will be heading into the new season with a new man at the helm, this after Cameron Lord left the club after last season. New Coach Gary Christie will have his hands full with a number of players leaving in the summer. The loss of skipper James Harmer, James Millard, Sam McKearnan and Riley Van Dieken will hurt the incoming coach, but he’s brought in some experience to fill the void with Dean Aplegren and Alex Grayson joining the SafeRad Stadium club. I’m sure they will be up for the fight, but do they have a big enough squad, only time will tell.

Players in: Dean APLEGREN, Nasser BELLO, Alex GRAYSON, Leonardo SALAS, Max SNELSON, Brad STOUT

Players out: James HARMER, James MILLARD, Justis BRADLEY, Jason CONSTABLE, Sam MCKEARNAN, Mitch FIRTH, Harry COLINS, Robbie GALVIN, Riley VAN DIEKEN

Skipper in 2020: Lydon Hodgkiss

What the coach said: “It’s going to be challenging season ahead for a young-looking Rockingham City side but all coaching staff and players are up for the task in hand.” – Gary Christie


State Championships: 4 (2001, 2006, 2008, 2012)
State Cups: 3 (2011, 2012, 2015)

Coach - Jamie Harnwell

2019 - 6th

Goals Scored - 40

Goals Conceded - 41

Top Goalscorer – Cameron Teece 13

Sorrento have made some significant changes in preparation for the 2020 season. After finishing in tenth spot on the table in 2019, the Gulls have turned to former Perth SC midfielder Clark Keltie and defender Graham Tough to give the side some experience. They have also brought in keeper Yousri Gharsallah, Ollie Annis and former striker Sean Canham has also returned to club. Jamie Harnwell will hope his new signings can make an immediate impact for their opener against Cockburn City as they look for a first title since 2012.

Players in: Sean CANHAM, Clark KELTIE, Graham TOUGH, Amir AJAN, Yousri GHARSALLAH, Tristan COLLI, Brad MCDONALD, Ollie ANNIS

Players out: James MORGAN, Scott ROBERTSON, Jordan ROBERTS, David STOKOE, Jack SALTER, Scott WITSCHGE

Skipper in 2020: Reece Vittiglia What the coach said: “As always, we will be looking to win trophies. It’s been a couple of years now that we have gone without success and that’s not acceptable for a club the size and stature of Sorrento. We have got some great young kids coming through so it was important we brought in some experienced players to guide them into what is expected in first team football and we have certainly done that. Our pre-season has been difficult to gain momentum with injuries, suspensions and absences of players, but we are more than confident that we have the quality to do well.” – Jamie Harnwell

footballwa.net Predictions

Brett Klucznik Eamon Duffy   Jacob Aufdemkampe Richard Kreider
NPL-WA table NPL-WA table   NPL-WA table NPL-WA table
Perth Perth 1 Perth Perth
Floreat Athena Bayswater City 2 Gwelup Croatia Floreat Athena
Gwelup Croatia Gwelup Croatia 3 Floreat Athena Inglewood United
Inglewood United Floreat Athena 4 Bayswater City ECU Joondalup
Bayswater City Perth Glory 5 ECU Joondalup Bayswater City
Sorrento Inglewood United 6 Sorrento Sorrento
Cockburn City ECU Joondalup 7 Perth Glory Balcatta
Balcatta Sorrento 8 Cockburn City Cockburn City
ECU Joondalup Balcatta 9 Inglewood United Gwelup Croatia
Perth Glory Cockburn City 10 Armadale Perth Glory
Rockingham City Armadale 11 Balcatta Rockingham City
Armadale Rockingham City 12 Rockingham City Armadale
State Cup Winners State Cup Winners   State Cup Winners State Cup Winners
Floreat Athena Gwelup Croatia   Bayswater City Bayswater City
Cup Runners-Up Cup Runners-Up   Cup Runners-Up Cup Runners-Up
Bayswater City Perth   Sorrento Floreat Athena
Top Four Cup Winners Top Four Cup Winners   Top Four Cup Winners Top Four Cup Winners
Perth Perth   Gwelup Croatia Perth
Gold Medal Winner Gold Medal Winner   Gold Medal Winner Gold Medal Winner
Michael Domfeh (Perth) Kian McGuigan (Gwelup Croatia)   Jonathan Stynes (Gwelup Croatia) Jesse fuller (Floreat Athena)

State League Division One


State League Division One


Coach - Mitchell Prentice

2019 – 5th

Goals scored – 32

Goals conceded – 24

Top Goalscorer – Patrick Sara 9

Ashfield go into their 50th season in WA football with a change on and off the park. Long time President Bill Busby has stepped down and replaced by Andy Osborne, while Mitchell Prentice has replaced Matt Wardle as coach of the club. A good end to last season saw them finish fifth and Prentice has had to deal with a number of changes to his squad for this season, but he has brought a number of experience players in. The club last played in the Premier League in 2002 and they will need everything to fall into place quickly if they are to return this season.

Players in: Michael Hodgson, Danyel Dos Santos, Martin Gorong, Samim Fattahi, Presley Etto, Lawson Smith, Kade Fearnall, Lewis Robinson, Yousif Kiza, Jayden Lam, Mo Rezai, Sylla Kadri, Remo Capitano, Nik Theodorou, Luqman Sayyed, Kurt Kuwakou

Players Out: N/A

Skipper in 2020: Evans Marange

What the Coach said – “We have a very youthful squad which will represent the new Barclayss Ashfield Academy in the State League Division One. The first team being the pinnacle of the academy has some very exciting and technically gifted players which are primed to challenge themselves in senior men's football. This concept is new to WA football and I believe it will provide a successful platform for very good young footballers to enhance their game and gain valuable experience with the view to moving to bigger and better clubs in Australia or overseas. The squad is balanced with some more senior players which will play a pivotal role in making the 2020 season a success.” – Mitchell Prentice


Coach – Graham Normanton

2019 – 6th

Goals scored – 30

Goals conceded – 33

Top Goalscorer – Daniel Corbett 6

Forrestfield United finished a disappointing sixth last season and Head Coach Graham Normanton will expect better in 2020. Forrie were in the NPL in 2018 and it is a club with big ambitions, but do they have the squad to challenge for the title, only time will tell. Led by skipper Rhys Loxley and new signing Trent Kay, who has joined from NPL side Bayswater City, they will be hard to beat at home, but they will need to improve their away form, after only winning two games on the road last season, they will be there or thereabout come the season end.

Players in: Trent Kay

Players Out: N/A

Skipper in 2020: N/A

What the Coach said – N/A


Coach – Cameron Lord

2019 – 3rd

Goals scored – 39

Goals conceded – 27

Top Goalscorer – Angel Andres 14

Fremantle City are one of the favourites for the title in 2020, and it would be a great achievement for a club who only returned to the State League in 2012. The recruitment of Cameron Lord as Head Coach is a great coup for the club, and he had assembled a strong squad with former NPL players James Harmer and Mitch Firth joining the port side. They finished third last season, and they had a good Night series, which came to an abrupt end in the semi-finals. They are another club with big ambitions and if they gel quickly, they will be in the mix for promotion.

Players in: James Harmer, Mitchell Firth, Sam McKearnen, Abias Bukuru, Noah Cavanaugh, Dantae Greer, Jordan Pokler, Shaydon Passalaqua, Wesley Britz, Tom Allan, Matthew Broome, Danny Dyson, Alec Robinson

Players Out: Angel Andres – Rest to TBC

Skipper in 2020: TBC

What the Coach said – “Everyone at the club is looking forward to the new season. This group has worked hard throughout pre-season to be ready for Round 1, and hopefully we can put what we have worked on into practice against Subiaco.” – Cameron Lord


Coach – Nick Jennings

2019 – 9th

Goals scored – 39

Goals conceded – 54

Top Goalscorer – Ben Wantee 8

Joondalup United are another club who have come up through the lower leagues and were playing amateur football in 2013. A ninth-place finish last term was disappointing for Coach Nick Jennings, and they only one win at home, which they must improve. They have a new look squad with so many youngsters, and this has given them hope for this season. They have also added some experience with Gary Hill, Jay Lang and Dion Berman joining the club, they will be very competitive in 2020.

Players in: Gary Hill, Sam Faulkner, Paul Murray, Jay Lang, Jamie Gibson, Dion Berman, Jody Thomson, Ehjayson Henry, Callum Speed, Jack Carroll, Keylun Pollard

Players Out: Ben Wantee, Ian McMurray, Joel Ledsham, Loic Anga, Lee Jones, Jack Lockhart, Alex Robertson Skipper in 2020: Tony Taylor

What the Coach said – “We have recruited a good blend of youth and experience and in recent weeks the signs have been promising. Our number one priority is to improve on last season’s performance in what will be as ever an ultra-competitive First Division.” – Nick Jennings


Coach – Gary Williams

2019 – 4th

Goals scored – 47

Goals conceded – 29

Top Goalscorer – Elliot Tattersall 7

Olympic Kingsway had their best finish in the league for a number of years and the fourth spot was credit to all the hard work of Head Coach Gary Williams and his coaching staff. The former Stirling Lions coach had the club in the mix for promotion at one stage, but they fell short late. He has added some quality to this seasons squad, with Cameron Murray, Hamza Hena and Jack Jones to name a few, all with NPL experience. They had a good Night Series campaign and showed they will be challenging for the title in 2020

Players in: Dave Keenan, Jack Jones, Marco Perizzolo, Cameron Murray, Ajak Riak, Hamza Hena, Antoine Levy

Players Out: Josh Tucker, Shayden Passalaqua, Kieran Stallard, Kris Gate, Jack Lavis, Jordan Pokler, Charlie Breen, Jakub Sklenar

Skipper in 2020: Luke Palmateer

What the Coach said – “We are all looking forward to the new season at Kingsway. The club has been provided with some excellent facilities which is a result of some very hard work by our committee in conjunction with Wanneroo City Council. We have had a good pre-season and will be looking to carry that over into the league season.” - Gary Williams


Coaches – Pete Taylor and Kris Donnell

2019 – 8th

Goals scored – 35

Goals conceded – 39

Top Goalscorer – Joe O’Brien 18

It’s all change at Peelwood Parade with Pete Taylor and Kris Donnell taking over the reins of the club from Alex Grayson. The Dolphins finished eighth last season, which was an improvement form 2018, but the club have big ambitions and they will be hoping they can challenge again as they search for a return to the NPL, which they last played in 2017. The new coaches have added a number of new faces, and also have Joe O’Brien, who has return from Balcatta to add depth the squad, they will be very competitive in 2020

Players in: Jake Shaked, Griffin Becsi, Johnny Araya, Dom Stockdale, Harry Collins, Joe O’Brien, Shane Boyle, Taylor Carter, Darryl James, Rory McGrath, Jack Eldred

Players Out: Alex Grayson, Max Snelson, Lee Stewart

Skipper in 2020: Oscar Thompson

What the Coach said – “The whole group is excited to get the season under way. We’ve had an enjoyable pre-season and now were chomping at the bit to get going.” - Pete Taylor


Coach - Ian Ferguson

2019 – 1st Division Two (Champions)

Goals scored – 69

Goals conceded – 17

Top Goalscorer – Richard Howles 21

Quinns will play in the First Division this season for the first time in their history, after they ran away to win the Second Division title last season. Former Perth Glory Coach Ian Ferguson and his assistant John Lavery’s side only lost once all season, scoring the most goals and conceding the least. Yes, it’s a step up in Division One but they have an experienced squad with skipper Greg Pellow, Richard Howles and James Bosdet all vital, but the addition of Alex Wild and Sam Wynne has made them stronger and they will be very competitive in 2020.

Players in: Sam Wynne, Alex Wild, Luke Serra, Joseph Tweats

Players Out: Brad McDonald, Mike Kenny

Skipper in 2020: Greg Pellow

What the Coach said – “We as a club are looking to cement our place in the Division One first and foremost this season. Having said that due to the competitive nature of our coaching staff and players I’m sure we will be looking to compete on a weekly basis and I would hope we can hold our own in the division.” – John Lavery


Coach – Rob Milevski

2019 – 12th NPL - Relegated

Goals scored – 16

Goals conceded – 42

Top Goalscorer – Dean Cummings 2

Stirling Lions will be playing First Division football for the first time since 2002 after they were relegated from the NPL last season, and former Coach Rob Milevski has returned to oversee the re-build at Macedonia Park. The club have lost a number of players from last season’s squad, but the coach has been busy in the transfer market bringing in Brian Woodall, Gavin Knight and former Perth Glory Youth striker Nikola Talimdzioski. He also has a number of youngsters pressing for a spot in the first team, and he will be doing all he can to return the club to the NPL at the first attempt, and they will be one of the favourites.

Players in: Luke Stonebridge, Matej Centrih, Sam Carello, Ryan Hogan, Josh Kuser, Boas Mtwale, Luke Randazzo, Jack Murray, Zane Casella, Jack Lavis, Brian Woodall, Nikola Talimdzioski, Gavin Knight, Nick Chalot

Players Out: Dean Cummings, Ryan Montgomery, Ajak Riak, Jacoub Mustafa, Andrew Maranta, Danny Jones, Nelson Tshongo, Jackson Morgan, Mile Petkovski, Michael Wantee, Renee Alba, David Molinari

Skipper in 2020: Darren O’Riordan

What the Coach said – “The team has trained hard over the pre-season and players are really looking forward to round one.” - Rob Milevski


Coach – Brad Hassell

2019 – 10th

Goals scored – 28

Goals conceded – 47

Top Goalscorer – Ben Campbell 9

Subiaco also have a new man at the helm with former Perth Glory midfielder Brad Hassell taking over the reins from Basil Lenzo. The club hovered with relegation last season, but a good finish saw them six points off the drop zone. Hassell has lost some experienced players but has replaced them, with the likes of Josh Booysen, Todd Hoyle and Stephen Walmsley. Hassell will be looking for an improvement this season but do they have a strong enough squad, only time will tell.

Players in: Ben Johns, Stephen Walmsley, Josh Booysen, Todd Hoyle

Players Out: Antonio Naglieri, Dom De Felice, Dean Apelgren, Jackson Dongray

Skipper in 2020: Matt Lenzo

What the Coach said – “I’m looking forward to the season and the specific challenges that each team will bring. We hope to find some consistency through having an effective playing style.” – Brad Hassell


Coach - Eric Williams

2019 – 4th Division Two – Won promotion play-off

Goals scored - 51

Goals conceded - 36

Top Goalscorer – John Monterosso 9

Swan United were playing Premier League football in 2010, but have been playing Division Two football for the last four seasons. But after winning the 2019 State League Promotion Playoff last season, they take their place in Division One for 2020. They have had a change of coach with Paul Dundo standing down due to work commitments and he has been replaced by Eric Williams. The loss of a number of experienced players will make it hard for the Black and Whites next season but Williams will have them competitive.

Players in: N/A

Players Out: Joey Smith, Aaron Colli, Luke Colli, Dom Ando, Rory Mouttet, Liam Merigan, Jay Lang, Brennan Borzecki, Brian Patterson

Skipper in 2020: N/A

What the Coach said – N/A


Coach – Michael Janssen

2019 – 7th

Goals scored – 31

Goals conceded – 34

Top Goalscorer – Alex Kretowicz 6

UWA Nedlands mid-table finish was disappointing and Michael Janssen and he will be hoping for a better 2020. The coach is in his fifth season at the helm of the club and he has seen a number of changes to his squad this season. The loss of striker Alex Kretowicz and skipper Joshua Marocchi is a huge blow but the coach has every confidence in his young squad, and the addition of Bleron Mamudi, Anthony Papalia and Emmanuel Kankpeyeng, to name a few, will have them competitive in 2020

Players in: Emmanuel Kankpeyeng, Rhys Williams, Bleron Mamudi, Pascal Sedgwick, Godfrey Asimwe, Derrick Data, Eddie Achamyeleh. Anthony Papalia

Players Out: Alex Kretowicz, Conor Devlin, Sam Carrello, Luke Stonebridge, Joe Haydon, Joshua Marocchi

Skipper in 2020: Tim Robertson

What the Coach said – “We have built a great group with a fantastic atmosphere and motivation throughout the entire squad and each player understands that he will play a part in the season for us. We understand that just the unit will get us the results we need. The league will be stronger than ever and each and every game will count. We will be up for each game.” - Michael Janssen


Coach – Ivan Zuvela

2019 – 2nd

Goals scored – 53

Goals conceded – 37

Top Goalscorer – Dean Hurley 18

Western Knights were pipped for the title last season, but are many pundits’ favorites to make that step in 2020. They have started the season well by taking out the Night Series, and it will give Ivan Zuvela’s side a great deal of confidence. He has a squad bristling with former NPL players and this season he has added Rikki Smith, Lewis McMahon and Jake Sardelic to make them even stronger. The Knights last won the State Premier League in 2004, and they will be the team to beat in 2020 as the club go in search for a place in the NPL for the first time since 2012

Players in: Josh Marocchi, Adam Harris, Rikki Smith, Jake Sardelic, Conor Devlin, Matt Henry, Ciaran Byrne, Alex Kretowicz, Lewis McMahon.

Players Out: Scott Johnston, Noah Shamaki.

Skipper in 2020: David Murphy

What the Coach said – “We have been fortunate to bring in some new players to our squad this season. The players have put in a huge amount of effort during pre-season, and we are looking to be competitive throughout the whole season.” - Ivan Zuvela

footballwa.net Predictions

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State League Division One table State League Division One table   State League Division One table State League Division One table
Western Knights Western Knights 1 Western Knights Kingsway Olympic
Kingsway Olympic Fremantle City 2 Fremantle City Stirling Lions
Forrestfield United Kingsway Olympic 3 Kingsway Olympic Western Knights
Fremantle City Stirling Lions 4 Stirling Lions Fremantle City
Stirling Lions Mandurah City 5 Quinns FC Ashfield
UWA-Nedlands FC Forrestfield United 6 Forrestfield United Joondalup United
Mandurah City UWA-Nedlands FC 7 Ashfield Mandurah City
Quinns FC Ashfield 8 Subiaco AFC Quinns FC
Joondalup United Subiaco AFC 9 Mandurah City Forrestfield United
Ashfield Swan United 10 UWA-Nedlands FC Subiaco AFC
Swan United Joondalup United 11 Joondalup United UWA-Nedlands FC
Subiaco AFC Quinns FC 12 Swan United Swan United

State League Division Two


Coach – Danny Cain

2019 – 5th

Goals scored - 53

Goals conceded - 46

Top Goalscorer – Dejan Andric 12

Balga suffered a blow on the eve of the new season when Head Coach Bobby Tanseki joined NPLWA side Balcatta, but the club have acted quickly by bringing in former Sorrento defender Danny Cain as their new coach in 2020. The club finished fifth last season, which was one place lower than 2018 and Cain well be looking to put his mark on the Princess Road Reserve club. He has added Brodie Martin and Anton de Francesh to name a few and they will be in the mix again this season

Players in: Danny Cain, Anton de Francesh, Brodie Martin, Imran Erciyas, Quin Connelly, William Tshongo, Mile Petkovski

Players Out: Thiak Kuel, Jason Stepanovski, Bozo Ramic

Skipper in 2020: N/A

What the Coach said – “Depending on what the new season looks like I think we have a very strong chance of doing well. Despite a poor night series and preseason fixtures, I know we have the players that can deliver results.” – Danny Cain


Coach – Chris Finlayson

2019 – 12th

Goals scored - 33

Goals conceded - 73

Top Goalscorer – Mohammed Al Bunajim 15

Canning City were relegated in 2019 but were given a reprieve and the club are determined to improve in 2020. They have appointed Chris Finlayson as Head Coach and the former Armadale and Inglewood United under 20’s coach has come in and completely changed the squad. He has added some experience in skipper Sam Loveless, James Atkins and Juan Cabrera, but the club have a great junior set up and with Finlayson at the helm the club will hope these youngsters can transition into senior football – A good night series shows they are heading in the right direction.

Players in: Alex Radonich, Sam Loveless, John Lamar, James Atkins, Broden Brown, Reegan Borzecki, Rowan Steed, Emmanuel Langoya, Ryan Moran, Juan Cabrera, Will Downes, Callum Atkins, Lachlan Todd, Tim Ong, Beau Rahim, Joe Kelly, Ante Jukic, Josh Wallhead, Delan De Silvă, Ray Siregar, Alistair Campbell, Oliver Dahlskog, Shaun Morrison

Players Out:

Skipper in 2020: Sam Loveless

What the Coach said – “We are re-building in 2020 adding very good experience and developing youth so looking for a very solid season ahead. We are aiming to win everything that’s why I’m here that’s why lads have worked so hard in the off season. Pre-season was very good on what we wanted to achieve from it and now we are ready and focused on the season ahead.” – Chris Finlayson.


Carramar Shamrock Rovers

Coach – Gerry McEwan

2019 – 8th

Goals scored - 33

Goals conceded - 44

Top Goalscorer – Ger Fitzgerald 6

It’s a new era at Harold Rossiter Reserve with Shamrock Rovers and Carramar joining force for 2020. An eighth placed finish wasn’t where coach Gerry McEwan and his assistant Adam Walsh would have liked, but only one defeat in their last eight games saw them finish in mid-table. Ger Fitzgerald and skipper Peter Smith will again be vital for the Hoops, while the introduction of some talented players from last season’s Carramar squad, who reached the Amateur Cup Final, plus the signing of a number of experienced players will strength the squad and they will be a side to watch this season.

Players in: Ross Jarmen, Kieran Harrison, Kevin White, Wayne Guest

Players Out: James Atkins

Skipper in 2020: Peter Smith

What the Coach said – “Hopefully we get back to playing some football. The league is always improving making it one of the hardest to get out of. I feel we are in good shape to push for a top table finish.” – Adam Walsh


Coach – Michael Philp

2019 – 10th

Goals scored - 25

Goals conceded - 44

Top Goalscorer – Oscar Billington 4

A tenth placed finish was disappointing for Curtin University, and Head Coach Michael Philp has overseen a big turnover of players as they look to improve in 2020. Curtin have only been in the State League for six seasons and Philp will go into his third season at the helm of the club and will be looking to give some of their talent youngsters and opportunity. They need to improve at home after only winning one game last season on home soil last season, and they will need skipper Anthony Russo to be at his best if they are to improve.

Players in: Luke Yeates, Rob Flynn, Connor Donnely, Manny Singh, Jay Lake, Marcus Tamlin, Ryan Creighan, Jean Paul Terence, Jason Peppin, Theo Chopata, Joseph Santa, Martin Oyat

Players Out: Mark Donnelly, Liam Gunning, Dom Jakszuk, Albert Bucchino, Jon Krawec, Malek Domkoc, Danny Todd, Sonny Huong, Siji Adeyini, Seth Chiellini, Jordan Dinga, Jnana Purcell

Skipper in 2020: Antony Russo

What the Coach said – “We've had a big change over from last season, with more emphasis on youth, particularly players with aspirations for first team game time, and a few players returning after absence. Obviously, things are now up in the air, but prior to covid I thought we had a team of players committed to playing for each other and the club and willing to learn. There was good camaraderie and spirit in the team. I felt in the night series we were starting to show some aspects of our game plan and improving our solidity in the backline against some difficult opposition. I'd like to think we would be pushing for promotion/play off positions and that we will be a difficult team to play against.” – Michael Philp


Coach – Rod Banjac

2019 – 11th

Goals scored - 26

Goals conceded - 61

Top Goalscorer – Charlie White 6

It has been a few seasons of disappointment for Dianella White Eagles and after a great FFA Cup run and a push up Division One in 2017 they have drifted and were only one point off relegation to the Amateur League last season. But in 2020 they have appointed experienced Head Coach Rod Banjac and the club will be looking to bounce back under his astute guidance. The additions of new skipper Liam Merigan, Miki Vujacic, Slobodan Vulin and Milan Ognjenovic to name a few has given the club a boost and they will be very competitive in 2020.

Players in: Liam Merigan, Scott Barker, Leslie Mari, Chris Rizidis, Slobodan Vulin, Michael Rizidis, Milan Ognjenovic, Miki Vujacic, Benjamin Parry, Angel Dejko, Nicolas Riveros, Mwansa Musonda, Darragh O’Brien, Nagi Kodi, Tom Livingstone, Pavle Kuvekalovic, Bojan Stefoski, Hamad Hamad, Milan Jankovic, Jake Hindson

Players Out: Yacoub Moustafa, Jackson Morgan, Kellan Pollard, Joseph Tweets, Ethan Kerridge, Mathew Izzo, Cameron Dazeil, Declan Hudson, Liam Hudson, Spiro Nenadic

Skipper in 2020: Liam Merigan

What the Coach said – “This is a massive club, it is well supported, has fantastic facilities and a proud history, but the members also have great expectations. Therefore, many might not be pleased that most of the year ahead will be dedicated to restructuring, where the focus will be on football education and community engagement while building solid foundations for the future. This is a process that requires amongst other things, knowledge, dedication, commitment and time. We are under no illusions as to what is required to be competitive in this tough league, and we will be well prepared while our primary objective, now, and always will be to play attractive football, by which we look to reconnect with our huge, highly valued and loyal supporter base. Needless to say, our boys will be well, and unconditionally supported by all within the club throughout the season in order to fulfill their individual and collective potential.” – Rod Banjac


Coach – Marc Anthony

2019 – 2nd

Goals scored - 50

Goals conceded - 21

Top Goalscorer - Edward Wynne-Willson 10

Gosnells City finished last season in second place in the league, but a disappointing loss in the promotion play-off Semi-Finals saw them miss out on promotion. Marc Anthony and Cathal Lennon will be looking to put that right in 2020, but the loss of some important players will make it a difficult task. Gosnells are another club with a great junior development and if they can bring some of the youngsters through to the senior ranks, to go with the new signings, the Walter Padbury Reserve side, led by the former Celtic and Perth Glory midfielder, will surprise a few this season.

Players in: James Sharp, Liam Cave, Tony Chandler

Players Out: Adam Blewett, Tom Alan, Sheldon Noguera, Ben Howe.

Skipper in 2020: Scott Perreira

What the Coach said – “Tough season, tough league more so than last year, where the top three pretty much stayed there all year, this year is a lot more even and will make it extremely tough.” – Marc Anthony


Coach: Nigel Smith

2019 – 6th

Goals scored - 45

Goals conceded - 52

Top Goalscorer – Liam McGurk 12

Joondalup City finished sixth last season with Liam McGurk leading the way with 12 goals. With Nigel Smith at the helm Joondalup were very competitive all season and if the club can keep their squad together it will be another good season for the northern suburbs club. The club only entered the state league in 2012, and have spent the time in Division Two, except for two seasons in Division One 2017 and 2018. It’s vital that Liam Peacock, Sam Docherty and Luke Doyle can have good seasons, and any additions to the squad will make the northern suburbs club strong and once again they will surprise a few teams as they look for a return to Division One.

Players in: N/A

Players Out: N/A

Skipper in 2020: N/A

What the Coach said – N/A


Coach – Richard Bryant

2019 – 9th

Goals scored - 36

Goals conceded - 53

Top Goalscorer - Amos Doegolia 6

Its all change at Fryer Park with Richard Byrant taking over the reins from Richard Changadzo. The Eastern corridor club played in the State League Premier League in 1993, and won the State League Cup in 1986, but after dropping out of the league for ten years between 1995 – 2004, they will be looking to make the first step back there this season. The Roos will be looking to improve on last season’s ninth place finish and skipper Asa Sippits will be vital if the club are to make an impact in 2020, but do they have the squad to do it – only time will tell.

Players in: N/A

Players Out: N/A

Skipper in 2020: Asa Sippits

What the Coach said – “There are some good teams this year, which will make things...interesting. But honestly, not thinking ahead too much - the rehearsal is almost over, we can’t wait for the show to start.” – Richard Bryant


Coach – Steven Dimitrovich

2019 – 1st Amateur Premier League - Promoted

Goals scored - 90

Goals conceded -21

Top Goalscorer: Jayden Drummond – 19

Kingsley Westside will play State League football for the first time in 2020, after running away with the Amateur Premier League last year. Steve Dimitrovich’s side went through the season only losing once, scoring the most goals and conceding the least, before winning the league by 11 points. Jayden Drummond good season has been rewarded with the captaincy, while new signings Jarred McNally, Steve Collins and keeper Paul Rainford will give them more experience. It’s a big step up for the club, but Dimitrovich and his coaching staff will have his side primed for a big season and they will be a dark horse this season.

Players in: Jarred McNally, Steve Collins, Paul Rainford, Ryan Williams, Travis Preston, Ramiro Vilar, Kieron Salmon, Malek Kuc

Players Out: Aaron Lickiss (injury)

Skipper in 2020: Jayden Drummond

What the Coach said – “We’re really looking forward to our first season in state league the lads have put in a great preseason and their attitude and attention to what it takes at this level has been exceptional and if night series anything to go by then the season should be a cracking one for the entire league.” – Steven Dimitrovich


Coach – Jason van Rooy

2019 – 11th - Relegated

Goals scored -28

Goals conceded - 62

Top Goalscorer - Dion Berman 11

Morley Windmills were relegated from Division One last season after a disappointing 2019. The Wotton Reserve side only won three games and were knocked out of the play-offs in the semi-finals, this after turmoil off the park. They had three coaches in 2019, with Mauro Marchione and John Castrilli both resigning and it was left to Jason Van Rooy to take the helm, but his appointment came to late to save the club from relegation. He will have his work cut out in 2020 after losing a number of players including top goalscorer Dion Berman, but the club will be hoping the new signings can give the club a lift.

Players in: N/A

Players Out: N/A

Skipper in 2020: N/A

What the Coach said – N/A


Coach – Matt Wardle

2019 – 3rd

Goals scored - 63

Goals conceded - 30

Top Goalscorer – Adrian Ciampini 9

Murdoch University Melville missed out on promotion after losing in the play-off final, which was the last game for coach Gavin Brown, who resigned. He has been replaced by former Ashfield Head Coach Matt Wardle, and he hasn’t wasted anytime improving the squad. A number of players have headed to the Campus with former Perth Glory youth keeper Nic Speca and Gosnells defender Ben Howe to name a few. Skipper Mark Lucas will again be vital for MUM in their ninth season in Division Two, and the club will hope with Wardle at the helm they can go one better than last season and gain promotion.

Players in: Ben Pellizari, Luca Maffioli, Josh Gardner, Ben Howe, Albert Amankwaa, Hayden Lowe, Rory Kiely, Shane Flynn, Davey Wallnedal, Nic Speca

Players Out: Alec Radonich, Broden Brown, Grant Mowatt

Skipper in 2020: Mark Lucas

What the Coach said – “I’m really looking forward to the new season starting, it’s been a fresh start for me personally taking over at MUM. Our pre-season was excellent and the new boys settled instantly and the group of players that stayed have been instrumental to welcoming the new crop of players. There is a tremendous comradery between the group. As always, every team will be looking forward to new season starting and we are no different. I’ve done plenty of research and watched as many games this preseason to see what we will be up against and no doubt Division Two this year will be extremely tough with every team on their day able to beat anyone.” – Matt Wardle


Coach – Jesse Bridgeman

2019 – 7th

Goals scored - 40

Goals conceded - 47

Top Goalscorer – Alec Robinson 8

In his first season at the helm Jesse Bridgeman took over from Tim Kantor midway through last season and the club finished seventh, and in 2020 he will be hoping to turn things around at the northern suburbs club. The club where playing in the Premier League in 2007, but they have struggled to get back there and will go into their sixth season in Division Two. The club is very ambitious and have showed that with their incomings with Joel Ledsham, Scott Johnston and James Burns coming in, but the loss of Jack Hailstones and top goalscorer Alec Robinson will be a huge blow.

Players in: Brad Kershaw, Chris Vinson, Joel Ledsham, Siji Adeniyi, James Burns Scott Johnston

Players Out: Alec Robinson, Jody Thompson, Jack Hailstones, Rory Kiely Joe Allsopp, Gareth Hamilton

Skipper in 2020: Ash Corker

What the Coach said – “I’m really looking forward to kicking off the season, all the boys have put in a lot of hard work this pre-season and are ready to go.” – Jesse Bridgeman

footballwa.net Predictions

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State League Division Two table State League Division Two table   State League Division Two table State League Division Two table
Murdoch University Melville 1 Murdoch University Melville Gosnells City
Gosnells City 2 Dianella White Eagles Balga
Wanneroo City 3 Kingsley Westside Joondalup City
Canning City 4 Gosnells City Murdoch University Melville
Kingsley Westside 5 Carramar Shamrock Rovers Morley-Windmills
Carramar Shamrock Rovers 6 Balga Wanneroo City
Balga 7 Wanneroo City Canning City
Morley-Windmills 8 Canning City Kelmscott Roos
Curtin University 9 Curtin University Dianella White Eagles
Dianella White Eagles 10 Joondalup City Kingsley Westside
Joondalup City 11 Morley-Windmills Carramar Shamrock Rovers
Kelmscott Roos 12 Kelmscott Roos Curtin University
Promotion/Relgation Play-off Winners
(11th Div1, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Div 2)
Promotion/Relgation Play-off Winners
(11th Div1, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Div 2)
  Promotion/Relgation Play-off Winners
(11th Div1, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Div 2)
Promotion/Relgation Play-off Winners
(11th Div1, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Div 2)
Wanneroo City   Kingsley Westside Balga

Amateur League Premier Division

footballwa.net Predictions

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Amateur League Premier Division table Amateur League Premier Division table   Amateur League Premier Division table Amateur League Premier Division table
Quinns FC Amateurs Quinns FC Amateurs 1 Quinns FC Amateurs Quinns FC Amateurs
Jaguar FC Leeming Strikers 2 Queens Park Jaguar FC
Leeming Strikers Wembley Downs 3 Jaguar FC Hamersley Rovers
North Perth United Jaguar FC 4 North Perth United North Perth United
UWA-Nedlands FC Amateurs North Perth United 5 Wembley Downs Joondalup United Amateurs
Queens Park Queens Park 6 Leeming Strikers Leeming Strikers
Joondalup Utd Amateurs Maddington White City 7 Maddington White City Queens Park
Wembley Downs South West Phoenix 8 Hamersley Rovers South West Phoenix
Kwinana United Joondalup United Amateurs 9 Joondalup Utd Amateurs Kwinana United
Maddington White City Hamersley Rovers 10 UWA-Nedlands FC Amateurs UWA-Nedlands FC Amateurs
Hamersley Rovers Kwinana United 11 South West Phoenix Wembley Downs
South West Phoenix UWA-Nedlands FC Amateurs 12 Kwinana United Maddington White City
Amateur Cup Winners Amateur Cup Winners   Amateur Cup Winners Amateur Cup Winners
Leeming Strikers Maddington White City   Quinns FC Amateurs Jaguar FC
Cup Runners-Up Cup Runners-Up   Cup Runners-Up Cup Runners-Up
Jaguar FC Wembley Downs   Maddington White City Hamersley Rovers

Amateur League First Division

Final Table Prediction

 1 Emerald FC
 2 Peel United
 3 Forrestfield United Amateurs
 4 Ellenbrook United
 5 Gosnells City Amateurs
 6 North Beach
 7 Belmont Villa
 8 Port Kennedy
 9 Southern Spirit
10 South Perth United
11 Stirling Panthers
12 Perth Royals

Amateur League Second Division

Final Table Prediction

 1 Fraser Park
 2 Carramar Shamrock Rovers Amateurs
 3 Mandurah City Amateurs
 4 Noranda City 
 5 East Perth 
 6 Kingsway Olympic Amateurs
 7 Perth Hills United
 8 Curtin University Amateurs
 9 Floreat Athena
10 Stirling Lions Amateurs
11 Westnam United
12 Subiaco AFC Amateurs

Amateur League Third Division

Final Table Prediction

 1 Perth AFC
 2 Baldivis
 3 Ballajura AFC
 4 Forrestfield United Amateurs "B"
 5 Kingsley Westside Amateurs
 6 Bassendean Caledonian
 7 Canning City Amateurs
 8 Woodvale
 9 Maccabi
10 Lynwood United
11 La Fiamma
12 Kalamunda United

Amateur League Fourth Division

Final Table Prediction

 1 Northern City
 2 Cracovia
 3 Swan Valley
 4 BrOzzy
 5 Subiaco AFC Amateurs "B"
 6 Fremantle City Amateurs
 7 Murdoch University Melville Amateurs
 8 Rockingham City Amateurs

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