Pre Season Game

Our Great Relationship with the South Mandurah Football Club continues with a Pre Season hit out on Sunday 15th March at Falcon Oval,Mandurah.

So come and make a day of it and support our teams

Colts -10:00am
Reserves/League -12noon
League/Reserves -2:00pm
Women – 4:00pm

Netball Trails 2020

First Trial Date: Wednesday 29th January

Second Trial Date: Wednesday 5th February



16’s & Under /18’s Under        4:30pm – 6:00pm

Reserves/League     6:30pm – 8:00pm

Venue:Bunbury Catholic College Gym

Players are expected to attend both trial dates.Please send all apologies to Amy Howard on 0429401004


Please arrive early to sign in and warm up


Women’s Pre-Season Training 2020

Looking for a team to join in 2020? Why not join us for our 4th season following an unbelievable season in 2019! –
Our preseason started on  January 14th and now will continue every Tuesday’s  at Hands Oval at 5:45pm for a 6pm start

🏃🏽‍♀️ Bring your joggers, water and any friends that would be interested in playing! All ages and skill levels are welcome 🙌🏽

Mens Pre-Season Training 2020

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 5:45 AM – 7:30 PM


Pre-Season is just around the corner.Grab your mates and come down to Hands Oval for what is going to be an exciting Year for the Red & White.

Bring Joggers & Boots.

Soccer background makes way for Bright Talent

Despite being one of the toughest defensive lynchpins in the SWFL women’s competition, South Bunbury’s Kiarni Stevens is happy to let her performances do the talking.

Stevens shone in the Tigers’ grand final win over the Bulldogs and her effort was recognised with a life members award during Saturday night’s best and fairest count.

The 19-year-old was surprised with the acknowledgement, especially as she did not initially hear her name called out, after leaving the room momentarily.

“I was actually quite shocked when I got it,” she said. “My teammates came running towards me and said I had won an award.

“So I semi-ran back into the room and said “yep, I am here” while walking up to the stage.”

Growing up in Bunbury with a soccer background, Stevens played primarily in defence before emerging as an imposing goalkeeper.

Following her success with the round ball game, Stevens was approached by former Tigers women’s coach Teagan Smith to play for the Tigers in 2017 and has not looked back.

Following five matches in her first season, the resolute teen has become a South Bunbury staple, much to the delight of everyone who wears red and white.

But one thing which is never too far from Stevens on the field, or in her thoughts, is her family.

Aside from her Tigers teammates and coach Maxwell Jetta, who have become like a family to her, Stevens proudly has a tattoo on her left shoulder, in memory of her nan.

“My nan passed away last year,” she said. “She has always been someone who has been really close to my heart.

“And I always thought if she passed away I would get something to represent her. She always supported me when it came to sports, so now she is always with me when I play footy.”

Outside of football, Stevens enjoys kickboxing and playing video games after her study commitments. “I am studying building and construction for carpentry and joinery,” she said.


Justin Fris
South Western Times

Coaches for 2020

The Board is pleased to announce that the following Coaches have been reappointed for Season 2020!
League Coach: Stephen Bilcich
Reserves Coach: Ash Cadman
Women Coach: Max Jetta
Congratulations Bilo, Ash & Max!

Awards 2019

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 South Bunbury Football Netball Club Awards!

Past Players Achievement Award Luke Rees
Crabb Medal’s Club Person of the Year Craig Evans
Manea Family Medal’s Playing Clubman Maddi Nuske
Depiazzi Medal’s Best Performing Young Player Lewis Evans-Thomson
Life Members Award Kiarni Stevens & Rocco Versace
Open MVP Jade O’Connell
Open Runner-Up Emily Wilson
Reserves MVP Lauren O’Connor
Reserves Runner-Up Rachel Douglas
Masters MVP Kat Gislingham
Masters Runner-Up Leila Cooper & Kellie Bell
18 & Under MVP Hannah Rogers
18 & Under Runner-Up Imogen Hunt & Bianca Rewell
McGuire Medalist Jed Montgomerie
Colts Runner-Up Griffin Russell
Colts 3rd Place Rocco Versace
Colts 4th Place Jay Crossman
McGinley Medalist Adrian Wasilew
Reserves Runner-Up Rhys Crawford
Reserves 3rd Place Reece Reynold
Reserves 4th Place Kurt Cadman
Women Fairest & Best Ebony Bilcich
Women Runner-Up Karyn Beeson
Women 3rd Place Harriet Wedderburn
Women 4th Place Stephanie Jolly
League Thomson Medalist Brent Latch
League Runner-Up Josh Ryder
League 3rd Place Cale Delbridge
League 4th Place Ben Horsman
League Most Improved Josh Padlie