Fairest & Best Levi Gallagher Passmore Medal
Runner up Mitch Barbet Leathley Family
Most Consistent Josh Hall Steve & Sue Brown
Best Position Nathan Hansen Peter & Lee Lennon
*Best Utility (tie) Wade Gallagher Gordon Lutter
*Best Utility (tie) Zac Ridley Chad Brown
Coach’s Award Caleb Goodhew Shane Stiles


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George Leathley with son Paul Leathley

George Leathley with son Paul Leathley

Gosnells Football & Sports Club stalwart George Leathley received the prestigious award at Clubs WA annual awards ceremony held at Crown Perth last Saturday.

George was recognised for over 50 years of service to the Gosnells Football Club and selected from nominations received from 47 clubs across the state.

George started his service as a player but quickly realised he would best serve the club as an administrator as he spent most of his games on the bench for the reserves team and saw very little game time. In those days he regarded himself as a “picket kicker” a person who spends his time on the boundary looking over the picket fence.

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Gosnells Hawks FC cheque for $6200 made out to the Cancer Council WA.At the Annual General Meeting of the Gosnells Football and Sports Club the President and Committee showed the members a cheque for $6200 made out to the Cancer Council WA.

President Michael McCaughan informed the well attended meeting that the players led by stalwart Nathan Hansen raised the money through their own efforts with several raffles, the sale of the July 26 special event jumpers donated by Gorey Electrical and a memorabilia auction night strongly supported by club sponsors.

The players have embraced the guidance of their committee in looking to support worthy causes within the community and it is evident that the club is in a strong position both on and off the field because of the club’s team approach to include the community. Sponsors have shown that they have been impressed by the club’s continued extra efforts and delighted by the ethos within the club.

To further indicate just how community minded the club is, the club and players forwarded a cheque for $500 to the appeal to assist seriously injured Canning Vale footballer Damien Waight.

It appears that playing football at Gosnells is about building character as well.


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Coaches required 2015

Gosnells-Hawks Logo

Applications are invited for coaches for our:

WAAFL C1 league, reserves, colts and E Grade team.

Applications by email to goshawks@bigpond.com or to Post Office Box 45, Gosnells, 6990.

Enquiries to President Michael McCaughan 0408 934 464

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George Leathley named City of Gosnells Citizen of the Year

George Leathley  City of Gosnells Citizen of the Year 2014

George Leathley was named the City of Gosnells Citizen of the Year 2014 for his outstanding contribution to the community at the City of Gosnells Australia Day Awards Ceremony on Sunday.

George has worked as a volunteer at the Gosnells Football Club for 52 years.

In 1990 and 2008 he received awards from the WA Football Commission for service to football. George is a Life Member of the club and presently is club statistician, auditor and co author of the Annual Report.

George works as a volunteer at the Addie Mills Centre on a weekly basis assisting with the community transport bus and provides assistance three days a week at the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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The Gosnells Football Club will participate in C1 Division of the Western Australian Amateur Football League in 2014.

Jeff Chapman has been appointed head coach of the club. Jeff is an experienced coach and  coached the ‘Hawks” to a league premiership in 2009.The committee has also appointed Jono Lawes as reserves coach and Stuart Bates as coach of our fourth side. Both are experienced coaches and coached their teams to the finals in 2013.

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Wall Plaques

Have your name, your family name, your business name or all three on our Centenary Wall. Some members have already ordered theirs to honour relatives who have passed on. See Membership page for details.

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It is with great sadness that we advise our Hawks of the passing of our Life Member Mr Ray Rayment.

Ray was a true Gosnells Hawk. Not satisfied with a club fairest and best in 1953, he followed it up as a member of the 1954 and 1957 Premiership teams playing over 100 league games. With still more to give to his beloved Gosnells, after retiring as a player in 1963 he became a trainer for the club for many years. A great all round sportsman Ray had many friends at the Bowling Club and at the Tennis Club.

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