Roos beat the blues

From its first two games in 2015, the side has boasted the likes of retired Falcons captain Jason Salecic, goal shark Anthony Tsalikis, Breckler medallist Dustin Burns and reserves premiership players Cameron Branch and Steve Healy.

Spectators at this weekend�s clash will also be helping a worthy cause.

The undefeated Roos will underline an important men�s mental health message with a change in uniform.

Players from the club�s top side, which is third in the WA Amateur Football League�s B Grade competition, will wear blue jumpers in support of the beyondblue foundation when they face Hamersley Carine at Wanneroo Showground.

President Russell Burnett outlined the importance of the awareness drive.

�We are a football club that looks after 200 �tough� men who may think that seeking assistance for these serious health issues is a sign of weakness,� he said.

�We want to play our part in encouraging all men to speak up about their issues, find help and work through them.�


Wanneroo Football beyondblue Fundraiser

Where: Wanneroo Showground.

When: Saturday, April 25 at 2.30pm with post-game discussion on male health.

Donation: $5 for a discounted drink and finger food with proceeds to beyondblue.