WAAFL: Percy Doyle Reserve to host Hamersley Carine bash


Hamersley Carine Amateur Football Club’s first ever grand final side in 1977.
Hamersley Carine Amateur Football Club’s first ever grand final side in 1977.

HAMERSLEY Carine Amateur Football Club is planning a big day for its players and supporters on Saturday, June 17, at the Percy Doyle Football Clubrooms in Duncraig.

The club, which is using Percy Doyle as a home ground while its Carine Oval clubrooms are being redeveloped, is holding its Sponsors’ Day, Past Players Day and Sportsman’s Night all on the same Saturday.

Past players of the club are encouraged to watch the current B-grade reserve and league sides from 12.30pm. Past players are asked to contact club stalwart John Farmer on 0439 661 950 for more information on Past Players’ Day.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the club’s first WA Amateur Football League grand final in 1977.

The Sportsman’s Night starts at 7pm and will feature three-time Essendon premiership player and former Geelong premiership coach Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson and two-time West Coast Eagles premiership defender Glen Jakovich. For more information on tickets for the Sportsman’s Night, call Matt Grant on 0413 249 643.