Warwick Greenwood relocate in Metro Football League


Bulls lead coach Andrew Di Loreto, seconds coach John Cotterell and president Brendan
Currie.         d454008
Bulls lead coach Andrew Di Loreto, seconds coach John Cotterell and president Brendan Currie.         d454008

PERCY Doyle Reserve in Duncraig has been home to many junior Australian Rules footballers.

It is now also home to the senior Warwick Greenwood Bulls, who have relocated from Greenwood’s Penistone Park for this season.

The Metro Football League club is calling on former Sorrento Duncraig Junior footballers who used to play at Percy Doyle Reserve.

“Aussie rRules football is not uncommon to the Percy Doyle Reserve as it was in past years the home of the Sorrento Duncraig Junior Football Club – one of the largest junior football clubs in WA,” president Brendan Currie said.

“The Bulls are putting a call out to any previous players who may have played their junior footy at Percy Doyle to consider putting on the boots again at their old stomping ground,” president Brendan Currie said.”

He said this was a big season for the Bulls, not only with the relocation but also as the reigning MFL division one premiers.

“The move was made in consultation with the City of Joondalup and the Bulls saw Percy Doyle Reserve and its clubrooms as a better equipped facility and oval to host the Aussie rules games,” he said.

“Now, we are looking to go back-to-back and win the MFL premiership in 2016,” he said.

The club has a team in both divisions of the MFL, with training on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and games on Sundays.

The Bulls welcome senior players of any skill level.