The Junior Council was successful in winning the Premiership in the four grades.

  • Under 18’s, South Bunbury.
  • Under 16’s; South Bünbury.
  • Under 14’s, South Bunbury.
  • Under 12’s, Marist Bros.

A total of thirty-three teams competed in the Bunbury and Districts Junior Football Association-twenty-two team from Town of Bunbury and eleven from the Districts. The South Junior Council including. Marist Bros. sponsor nine of these teams.

To the parents and supporters responsible for taking the boys in their cars and the organisers of these trips the Junior Council extends its thanks.

To the South League Committee, League and Reserves Players and Trainers we also extend our thanks for their fullest co-operation in attending games and helping the Coaches, Team Managers, etc.

The Ladies’ Committee once again helped in the Hay Park Kiosk, also Players’ Teas and Annual Wind-up. Our grateful thanks to the Mothers for their co-operation, without their help these functions would not be held. Also we were pleased with the roll-up of parents and supporters at the games each Saturday.

The South Bunbury Football Club generously donated $150, plus $65 towards a new set of guernseys for the Under 18’s, this being half of cost, the Under 18’s conducted their own raffle to raise the balance.

Our thanks to the Under 18’s also to Iver Robertson for the donation of 44 . gallons of petrol for the raffle prize. A financial statement appears
elsewhere showing money raised and spent.

To the Patrons and Trophy Donors a special thank you. Each of the nine teams were presented with six trophies to each team plus various trophies during the final games.

A feature of the Annual Wind-un was the presentation to Arthur Buswell of Life Membership of South Bunbury Junior Football Club Council. Arthur has been coach for six years, also coach of combined Association teams, delegate to Junior Association and on various subcommittees.

Dr. Manea, Mayor of Bunbury, presented the Life Member Certificate also all Fairest and Best trophies