Gosnells Football and Sports Club will, on behalf of the Perth Football League, host the E Grade Grand Final Series at Gosnells Oval on Saturday 14 September.

An action packed day of football will commence at 11am with the last game concluding at 4.30pm.

Canteen services will be available from 10.30 am with the bar opening at 1pm.

Entry for adults is $10, pensioners $5.

Assistance of Club Members and volunteers to assist with manning entry gates, sausage sizzle and general help would be appreciated – please ring Bob on 0412 729 600.

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The Gosnells Hawks Football Club’s league team found the top team Bassendean far superior last Saturday. In a game that was evenly contested to half time saw Bassendean add 10 goals in the second half to run out easy winners and appear premiership favourites with only one qualifying game left to play. Final scores were Bassendean 17.11 (113) Gosnells 7.8 (50). Josh Hall played well for the Hawks.

The reserve team’s chance at finals also took a hit with a loss to Bassendean and it now appears that the team will need to come from the elimination final to win the flag. There was little between the teams for much of the day but Bassendean prevailed at the final siren. Final scores were Bassendean 12.6 (78) Gosnells 9.10 (64). Best for Gosnells were Cameron Hayden, Ashley Pescod, Ryan Davies and Coree Thomson.

The thirds continue to play out the season strongly and went down to Quinn’s District by 23 points. Final scores were Quinn’s District 8.10 (58) Gosnells 5.5 (35). Best for the Hawks were Sam Carlino, Jeremy Hilbers, Kyle Preedy and Fraser Kickett.

The colt’s team is also competing strongly with next Saturday being the final game for the season. It is important to keep this young inexperienced team together for next year. Final scores were Bassendean 14.7 (91) Gosnells 8.7 (55). Michael Vidich, Riley Skewes, Delray Jones and Nicholas Drew all played well for the Hawks.

The Gosnells Women’s Hawks team lost its third consecutive game and dropped out of the finals to finish in fifth spot on the ladder. This was a commendable performance for a team that is in only in its second year. Final scores were Bayswater 9.2 (56) Gosnells 3.6(24).  Aleisha Lyfield, Kameesha Anderson, Elisha Bettenay and Tori Hogan were best players.

This Saturday the league, reserves and colt’s travel to Mills Park to play Kenwick.The thirds play  Ballajura at Gosnells Oval at 2.30 pm. Entrance to PFL games is free.

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Results week 15

The Gosnells Hawks Football Club’s league and reserves teams both recorded victories last
weekend and consolidated their positions in the top five of the premiership ladder. The
league game was close all day with the Hawks holding a 16 point lead in the last quarter
only to find Melville rally and to get within 2 points at the final siren. Melville had chances in
the final few minutes to goal but Gosnells held on much to the delight of the large crowd in
attendance. Inaccurate kicking at goal was a problem for both teams and they appear evenly
matched if they meet again in a final round fixture. Final scores Gosnells 8.17 (65) Melville
8.15 (63). Michael Sewell was strong in defence with Jye Clement, Drew Robinson and
Mitchell Withers were in the better players.

The reserves continue to play well and hold fourth position on the ladder but are only one
victory off top spot. Final scores Gosnells 13.10 (88) Melville 8.7 (55). Best for the Hawks
were Dmayne Brown, Brayden Watkins, Nathan Hansen and Tere Teio-Yarran.
The thirds tried hard but Bassendean kicked away in the last quarter to win by 20 points.
Final scores Bassendean 14.8 (92) Gosnells 11.6 (72). Best for Gosnells were Michael Vidich,
Ancliff Enrosa, Winston Raimundo and Delray Jones.

The women team lost to Forrestdale in a low scoring match. Final scores Forrestdale 3.2 (20)
Gosnells 1.4 (10). Maddison Briggs, Tori Hogan , Sherrida Ziedas and Ashleigh Rickard were
best players.

The final scores in the colts were Melville 13.7 (85) Gosnells 6.10 (46).
This week the league, reserves and colts play Thornlie at Thornlie. The thirds play ECU at
Windemere Park at 2.30 pm and the women play Cockburn Lakes at Anning Park at 4.45 pm.


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Notice of Special General Meeting


Notice of Special General Meeting

Date/Time:         23 June 2019 at 10.30 am

Location:              Percy Garrett Social Room

Agenda Items

  1. Welcome/Apologies
  2. Notice of Motion – Special Resolution – The Gosnells Football and Sports Club Inc – Constitution.

To adopt the revised constitution (rules) for The Gosnells Football and Sports Club Inc a copy of which can be obtained from the club on request.

  1. Closure

Brian Pettitt

Date of Notice: 9 June 2019

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Week 5 Results

The Gosnells Hawks Football Club league and reserve teams bounced back from defeats last week with hard fought victories over Hamersley Carine. The league game was close all day with the scores level late in the last quarter but the Hawks prevailed in a thriller to win by 7 points. Final scores Gosnells 9.6 (60) Hamersley Carine 8.5 (53). Michael Handgraaf, Jye Clements, Drew Robinson and Caleb Goodhew were best for the Hawks.

The reserves showed improved form with a narrow 2 point victory. Coach Steve Davis is of the opinion that his team will improve further and will be a finals contender again this year. Final scores Gosnells 7.6 (48) Hamersley Carine 6.10 (46).

The third team tried hard but found Coolbinia too good on the day. Liam Stevens, Lam Le, Russell Fuller and Michael Cohen played well.

The colts struggled against a classy opposition in Forrestdale. Final scores Forrestdale 20.10 (130) Gosnells 1.8 (14). Blake Pickett, Oscar Taylor, Adam Jones and Leslie Pickett were best players.

The women’s team came back from a victory last week with a 52 point loss to Nollamara. Final scores were Nollamara 11.5 (71) Gosnells 3.1 (19). Tyler, Price, Louise Knitter, Richelle McKenzie and Ashleigh Rickard were best for Gosnells.

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Results week 4

It was a bad day for the Gosnells Hawks Football club last week with all teams being defeated apart from the women’s team who followed up from a comprehensive defeat last week to record a 13 point victory over University.  Final scores were Gosnells 3.3 (21) University 1.2 (8). Best were Michelle Watson, Courtney Venning and Louise Knitter.

The league team struggled against Bullcreek Leeming who appear the team to beat for premiership honours at this early stage of the season. The Hawks had opportunities but was not able to put goals on the scoreboard. Final scores were Bullcreek Leeming 9.15 (69) Gosnells 5.3 (33). Best for the hawks were Alex Taylor, Josh Hall, Lochlin Luckens and Eric Mitchell.

The reserve team had eight players missing from the previous game and found it hard going against a classy opposition. Final scores Bullcreek Leeming 10.11 (71) Gosnells 2.2 (14). Dennis Luffman, Kevin Seelander and Harrison Tomas played well for Gosnells.

The colts also found if difficult against superior opposition and went down by 60 points but are showing improvement. Coach James Gliddon has an inexperienced group of young players competing against older players and they will improve with competition. Final scores Bullcreek Leeming 11.11 (77) Gosnells 2.5 (17).

The third team had played well but found Willetton superior on the day. Final scores were Willetton 9.9 (63) Gosnells 6.10 (46). Best for the hawks were Richard Marsden, Michael Cohen, Daniel Wise and Jakob Woodhouse.

This Saturday is a first for the club with all five teams playing at home. Members and supporters are encouraged to get to Gosnells Oval to enjoy an afternoon and evening of Australian Rules Football. Entry to all games is free.

The colts game starts at 11.25 am, reserves at 1.20 pm, league at 3.15 pm, thirds at 5.30 pm and the women’s hawks team under lights at 7.30 pm.

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Results Week 3

The large crowd that attended Gosnells Oval last Saturday witnessed several excellent games of Australian Rules Football in perfect autumn weather. The Anzac Round of the Perth Football League was dedicated to honour the sacrifices of the original ANZAC’S and to pay respect to our service men and women who have served and continue to serve our nation. The City of Gosnells Mayor Mr Glen Dewhurst and Mr Fred Batt Secretary of the Gosnells RSL were in attendance.

The league team continues to perform well with a 38 point victory over Carlisle. Coach Aaron Ballantyne has his team going beautifully at this early stage of the season. Final scores were Gosnells 15.8 (98) Carlisle 9.6 (60). Drew Robinson won the Barratt/Hansen Anzac Day Medal for the best Gosnells player. Others to play well were Lochlin Luckens, Luke Kendall and Scott Lewis.

The reserves bounce back from a disappointing game last week to record a convincing 82 point victory. Final scores were Gosnells 18.9 (117) Carlisle 5.5 (35). Best for the Hawks were Eathan Strahan, James Kelly and Brayden Watkins.

The thirds were very competitive and a win is not far away. Final scores were Hamersley Carine 11.16 (82) Gosnells 5.7 (37). Best were Tom Stevens, Jack Phillis, Michael Sanderson and Jeremy Hilbers.

The colt’s continue to improve but went down narrowly to Carlisle and the women’s Hawks team struggled against a classy Warnbro Swans. 

All teams will play on Saturday this week with the league, reserves and colt’s travelling to Beasley Park, Leeming to play Bullcreek Leeming. A change in starting times sees the colts start at 9.25 am, reserves at 11.20 am with the league at 1.15 pm. The thirds play Willetton at  1 pm and the women’s team play University at 11 am both games at home.              


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After last week’s general bye the Gosnells Hawks Football Club take on Carlisle in the league, reserves and colts with the third team v Hamersley Carine on Saturday. All games are at home at Gosnells Oval. Due to fixtures by the PFL this will not happen many times this year so it is a rare opportunity for members and supporters to get to Gosnells Oval to enjoy a day of Australian Rules Football and see all male teams in action.

The women’s team play their first game for the season at Warnbro Sporting Complex with the game starting at 12.15 pm. The Gosnells Football &  Sports Club would like to honour and remember the sacrifices of the original ANZAC’S and to pay respect to our service men and women who have served and continue to serve our nation.

Members of the public are invited to Gosnells Oval to pay respect at a commemorative service to be held at 2pm. The Anzac Ode will be read by Gosnells RSL Secretary Mr Fred Batt. A minute silence will be held before each game.

Those attending are encouraged to wear medals. There will be an afternoon tea in the Percy Garrett Social Room at half time in the league game at 3.30 pm. The games will be dedicated to the Anzac Tradition. Games start at 10.40 am, 12.35pm, 2.30pm and 4.45pm.

A medal for the Fairest & Best Gosnells player in the league game has been named the
BARRATT/HANSEN MEDAL in memory of Terry Barratt, a brother of past President and Life Member Norm Barratt and William Paul Hansen, father of Life Member and former club captain Nathan Hansen.  Both Terry and William served in the Australian Army and in Vietnam. Terry played football for Gosnells and William for Kelmscott in the Sunday Football League.

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