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Preliminary Meeting November 2009 Boundary Review 2009 Preliminary Meeting November 2009 Boundary Review 2009

Acknowledgment The WAFC would like to acknowledge the Department for Planning for their great Acknowledgment The WAFC would like to acknowledge the Department for Planning for their great contribution to the report and to the body of knowledge now available to all WAFC and WAFL staff. In 2007 the WAFC encouraged all Districts to engage in open and transparent discussions on possible boundary adjustments. The DFDC of the East Perth district deserve special recognition for initiating discussion along this line and for their assistance in the interim district boundary review in 2007. This review affected their common boundary with the Subiaco district and would not have occurred without their goodwill and broad outlook.

What was the Process Adopted For the Boundary Review Process? The DFDC Chairs produced What was the Process Adopted For the Boundary Review Process? The DFDC Chairs produced a paper to guide the process in May 2008. This paper was agreed to by the WAFC through the WAFC Football Affairs committee who oversaw this process on behalf of the WAFC. During 2009 all parties to the process were advised of the timeline and asked to prepare any submissions to the WAFC. All Districts and regions were asked to make a written submission to the WAFC with their views on if and then how any boundary changes should occur by May 30 th 2009.

What was the Process Adopted? . . . cont These papers were reviewed and What was the Process Adopted? . . . cont These papers were reviewed and data for the report collated during the period to September with a draft proposal produced in October 2009. This date allowed for all 2009 playing data to be included with the most up to date population data. In November 2009 an offer was extended to all groups to meet with the Football Affairs Committee to discus any changes to the draft proposal. In this period DFDC’s were asked to confer with their bordering DFDC’s with the view to finding solutions to any identified problems.

What was the Process Adopted? . . . cont These meetings were completed and What was the Process Adopted? . . . cont These meetings were completed and the final report was endorsed by the WAFC at the end of November 2009. Following the Final Decision of the WAFC all districts were notified of any changes that affect their District before publication of this report.

What were the Aims of the review? 1. The Boundary Review Panel have referred What were the Aims of the review? 1. The Boundary Review Panel have referred to the guidelines document produced by the DFDC Chairs and endorsed by the WAFC. In summary it is the aim of the review to Determine district areas that are approximately equal in population and where possible with enough registered players to provide viable competition.

Aims…. cont 2. That a future model is developed so that direction is given Aims…. cont 2. That a future model is developed so that direction is given for each district in potential boundary changes into the future. 3. It is the intention of the group, that by taking into account the 2021 population projections, that only minor (if any changes) will be necessary prior to this time.

Variables as per Terms of Reference. ‣ ‣ ‣ Given the aim of a Variables as per Terms of Reference. ‣ ‣ ‣ Given the aim of a potential longer term between future reviews the male 5 -18 age bracket is the primary focus. Females are currently a very small percentage of the player market but because they make up approx 50% of the population their numbers will result in proportional increases to the district population numbers. Our Metropolitan District Model is based upon the player numbers in our junior competitions. This should be a key focus of this review along with balancing population numbers.

Variables …cont ‣ ‣ To maintain the integrity of the WA Player Pathway there Variables …cont ‣ ‣ To maintain the integrity of the WA Player Pathway there is a need for population balance between the Regional areas and the Metropolitan Districts. The consideration of Socio-Economic factors and multicultural factors in this calculation makes this process extremely complex. It has been concluded by the WAFC that these issues are better accommodated through specific allocation of resources rather than making allowance for this factor through population concessions.

A New Approach to Boundary Reviews? ‣ ‣ A model to achieve desired outcomes A New Approach to Boundary Reviews? ‣ ‣ A model to achieve desired outcomes for all Districts is one where each retains heartland clubs, plus an area for expansion that may contain new populations. Given the future growth of the Perth metropolitan area and Footballs inability to predict where this growth will occur the above can be achieved using a ‘spoke’ model.

The Spoke Model. Growth Spokes Heartland Growth Spokes The Spoke Model. Growth Spokes Heartland Growth Spokes

Is there an Alternative Model? ‣ ‣ An alternative model to this is where Is there an Alternative Model? ‣ ‣ An alternative model to this is where districts have a permanent Heartland with a satellite area not geographically linked with it. While this may be an alternative it has obvious linkage issues with junior competitions and is not the preferred option.

The Review Data The starting point for the district boundary review was the current The Review Data The starting point for the district boundary review was the current data for population and player numbers for boys. Player numbers used are based upon players resident in each district and not players who play at a district club. This will discount players at a club who live outside the District. The Review data was the 2009 player numbers. AFL census data was used for AFL Auskick numbers, actual numbers were used for metro player numbers and teams by 25 for regional numbers.

The Review Data …cont The population data used was the 2008 ABS Estimated Residential The Review Data …cont The population data used was the 2008 ABS Estimated Residential Population (ERP) data. This is most accurate and the latest currently available. Forward population estimates from the WA Department for Planning were also used. ERP data for 2016 and 2021 data has been included.

What is the POPULATION balance today? 35000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -18 What is the POPULATION balance today? 35000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -18 Years 2009 30000 25000 20000 regional 15000 metro 10000 5000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

What is the PLAYER balance today? 9000 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 5 -18 What is the PLAYER balance today? 9000 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 5 -18 Years 2009 8000 7000 6000 5000 regional 4000 metro 3000 2000 1000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

Is there a need for Change? The data indicates that Subiaco and East Fremantle Is there a need for Change? The data indicates that Subiaco and East Fremantle clearly have low population numbers and low playing numbers. Further, the data indicates Swan Districts and South Fremantle have the highest population and high playing numbers. There is no strong case, based upon the data, to change other districts. The population numbers and playing numbers are relatively close. This has been supported by the Districts requests in this regard.

How many Potential District Males aren’t Playing? ‣ ‣ This current data can also How many Potential District Males aren’t Playing? ‣ ‣ This current data can also show the size of the potential player market for each District. Despite big increases in participation in recent years even the best metropolitan districts have only 30% of boys playing football between the ages of 5 and 18 years.

How many Metropolitan Boys AREN’T Playing Today? % figure is the % of Boys How many Metropolitan Boys AREN’T Playing Today? % figure is the % of Boys not playing in Community Football in 2009

How many Regional Boys AREN’T Playing Today? How many Regional Boys AREN’T Playing Today?

District Submissions - Claremont Current District Map Submission Summary Prefer no change District Submissions - Claremont Current District Map Submission Summary Prefer no change

District Submissions -East Fremantle Current District Map Submission Summary Low district population Low residential District Submissions -East Fremantle Current District Map Submission Summary Low district population Low residential player numbers No population growth areas Metro boundary should move south and east to increase numbers.

District Submissions -East Perth Current District Map 1 2 Submission Summary Concede Area 1 District Submissions -East Perth Current District Map 1 2 Submission Summary Concede Area 1 to Subiaco including Koondoola and Mirrabooka Concede Area 2 to Subiaco incl. Mt Hawthorn Request Ellenbrook and Beechboro to East Perth from Swan Districts

District Submissions -Peel Thunder Current District Map Submission Summary Concede the Eastern boundary so District Submissions -Peel Thunder Current District Map Submission Summary Concede the Eastern boundary so that the Bunbury area can be aligned to Peel District.

District Submissions -Perth Current District Map Submission Summary Need areas of growth Request Canning District Submissions -Perth Current District Map Submission Summary Need areas of growth Request Canning Vale, Wattle grove, Orange Grove , Forrestfield, Champion Lakes or Kelmscott.

District Submissions -South Fremantle Current District Map Submission Summary Happy with current boundary High District Submissions -South Fremantle Current District Map Submission Summary Happy with current boundary High content of low socio-economics, and multicultural

District Submissions -Subiaco Current District Map Submission Summary Bigger zone Options One – Marangaroo, District Submissions -Subiaco Current District Map Submission Summary Bigger zone Options One – Marangaroo, Madeley, Darch and Landsdale Two – Option One plus Woodvale and Edgewater Three – Option One plus North Beach and Trigg Four – Option One plus Hillarys, Padbury, Craigie and Kallaroo Five – A Satellite zone Six – southern corridor Joondana. Mt Hawthorn and Leederville Preferred option 4

District Submissions -Swan Districts Current District Map Submission Summary Would like to gain the District Submissions -Swan Districts Current District Map Submission Summary Would like to gain the Kimberley and would be prepared to lose certain SW and Metro areas to do so.

District Submissions -West Perth Current District Map Submission Summary Request no Metro change Would District Submissions -West Perth Current District Map Submission Summary Request no Metro change Would like a major Regional centre.

District Submissions -Goldfields Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change District Submissions -Goldfields Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change

District Submissions -Great Southern Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change Ravensthorpe do District Submissions -Great Southern Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change Ravensthorpe do not wish to be re-zoned

District Submissions -Kimberley Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change District Submissions -Kimberley Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change

District Submissions -Midlands Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change District Submissions -Midlands Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change

District Submissions -Midwest Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change District Submissions -Midwest Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change

District Submissions -Pilbara Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change District Submissions -Pilbara Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change

District Submissions -South West Current District Map Submission Summary Prefer alignment to one WAFL District Submissions -South West Current District Map Submission Summary Prefer alignment to one WAFL Club but two maximum.

District Submissions -Wheatbelt Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change District Submissions -Wheatbelt Current District Map Submission Summary Request no change

Summary of Regional requests The Proposal from Swan Districts to acquire the Kimberley was Summary of Regional requests The Proposal from Swan Districts to acquire the Kimberley was discounted as their population numbers and player numbers do not support any increase in the district size. Further the WAFC feels that the current arrangements is working well. The Kimberley RFDC also requested no change to the current alignment. The request from the South-West RFDC supporting the SWFL request to reduce the number of zoned WAFL clubs was considered. However it was considered that management issues were less of an obstacle than the need to maintain a balance of population within each District and Region. Kojonup FC has moved from the Great Southern League to the Lower South West FL in 2008 and therefore will be rezoned to the East Perth District under recommendation of the WACFL. The West Perth request for a major regional centre was not achieved in favour of maintaining their metropolitan heartland.

The Final Outcome The Final Outcome

How does it look? - POPULATION 30000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -18 How does it look? - POPULATION 30000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -18 Years 2009 25000 20000 15000 Regional metro 10000 5000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

How does it look? - PLAYERS 8000 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 5 -18 How does it look? - PLAYERS 8000 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 5 -18 Years 2009 7000 6000 5000 4000 Regional Metro 3000 2000 1000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

How does POPULATION Look in 2016? 30000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -18 How does POPULATION Look in 2016? 30000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -18 Years 2016 25000 20000 15000 regional metro 10000 5000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

How does POPULATION Look in 2021? 30000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -18 How does POPULATION Look in 2021? 30000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -18 Years 2021 25000 20000 15000 regional metro 10000 5000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

In Comparison? In Comparison?

The Outcome 5 -8 Years 8000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -8 Years The Outcome 5 -8 Years 8000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -8 Years 2009 7000 6000 5000 4000 Regional Metro 3000 2000 1000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 5 -8 Years 3500 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 5 -8 Years The Outcome 5 -8 Years 3500 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 5 -8 Years 2009 3000 2500 2000 Regional 1500 Metro 1000 500 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 9 -12 Years 8000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 9 -12 Years The Outcome 9 -12 Years 8000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 9 -12 Years 2009 7000 6000 5000 4000 Regional Metro 3000 2000 1000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 9 -12 Years 3000 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 9 -12 Years The Outcome 9 -12 Years 3000 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 9 -12 Years 2009 2500 2000 1500 Regional Metro 1000 500 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 13 -18 Years 12000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 13 -18 Years The Outcome 13 -18 Years 12000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 13 -18 Years 2009 10000 8000 6000 Regional Metro 4000 2000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 13 -18 Years 3000 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 13 -18 Years The Outcome 13 -18 Years 3000 Metro Plus Regional Player Numbers 13 -18 Years 2009 2500 2000 1500 Regional Metro 1000 500 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 5 -8 Years in 2016 8000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 The Outcome 5 -8 Years in 2016 8000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -8 Years 2016 7000 6000 5000 4000 Regional Metro 3000 2000 1000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 9 -12 Years in 2016 9000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 9 The Outcome 9 -12 Years in 2016 9000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 9 -12 Years 2016 8000 7000 6000 5000 Regional 4000 Metro 3000 2000 1000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 13 -18 Years in 2016 14000 12000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers The Outcome 13 -18 Years in 2016 14000 12000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 13 -18 Years 2016 10000 8000 Regional 6000 Metro 4000 2000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 5 -8 Years in 2021 9000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 The Outcome 5 -8 Years in 2021 9000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 5 -8 Years 2021 8000 7000 6000 5000 Regional 4000 Metro 3000 2000 1000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 9 -12 Years in 2021 9000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 9 The Outcome 9 -12 Years in 2021 9000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 9 -12 Years 2021 8000 7000 6000 5000 Regional 4000 Metro 3000 2000 1000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome 13 -18 Years in 2021 14000 12000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers The Outcome 13 -18 Years in 2021 14000 12000 Metro Plus Regional Population Numbers 13 -18 Years 2021 10000 8000 Regional 6000 Metro 4000 2000 0 Claremont East Fremantle East Perth Peel Perth South Fremantle Subiaco Swan Districts West Perth

The Outcome- Claremont District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Kojonup The Outcome- Claremont District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Kojonup

What changes? - Claremont Schools Gains Nil Losses Nil Clubs Gains Nil Losses Kojonup What changes? - Claremont Schools Gains Nil Losses Nil Clubs Gains Nil Losses Kojonup

Community Juniors - Claremont CLUB Y 4 s 1 12 s 13 s 14 Community Juniors - Claremont CLUB Y 4 s 1 12 s 13 s 14 s 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 Cottesloe JFC 11 s 1 Claremont JFC 10 s Dalkeith Nedlands JFC 15 s 16 s 1 1 1 2 1 1 17 s 1 Marist JFC 3 2 2 2 Mosman Park JFC 1 1 North Beach JFC 1 1 2 2 1 2 Scarborough JFC 2 2 2 1 1 1 Subiaco JFC 1 1 1 Swanbourne JFC 2 1 2 2 1 1 Wembley Downs JFC 2 2 1 1 1 1 Wembley JFC 1 1 West Coast JFC 2 1 3 1 2 1 1 17 14 18 17 12 11 6 5 3 Total 1 1 1

The Outcome- East Fremantle District New District Map Suburb Gains Jandakot, Banjup, Forrestdale, Piara The Outcome- East Fremantle District New District Map Suburb Gains Jandakot, Banjup, Forrestdale, Piara Waters, Harrisdale, Haynes, Hilbert, Brookdale, Seville Grove, Southern River, Champion Lakes (part), Fremantle (part) Losses Nil

What changes? - East Fremantle Schools Gains Clubs Gains 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What changes? - East Fremantle Schools Gains Clubs Gains 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Forrestdale Primary School Armadale 7 th -day Ad Pri Sch Carey Baptist College Thornlie Christian College Bletchley Park Primary School Losses Nil 2. Forrestdale JFC Forrestdale AFC Losses Nil

Community Juniors – East Fremantle CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 Community Juniors – East Fremantle CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 s 13 s Applecross JFC 1 1 2 Attadale JFC 1 2 2 2 1 Booragoon JFC 2 1 1 1 Bullcreek Leeming JFC 2 2 2 3 2 2 Canning Vale JFC 3 3 3 2 2 East Fremantle JFC 2 1 1 2 Forrestdale JFC* 1 1 Melville JFC 1 1 1 Palmyra JFC 1 1 1 Riverton JFC 1 2 1 Rossmoyne JFC 1 1 Rostrata JFC 1 Willetton JFC 1 Winnacott Kats JFC 15 s 16 s 17 s 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 Total * New District Club 14 s 1 1 2 2 1 20 17 20 20 18 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 13 13 10 2 7

The Outcome- East Perth District New District Map Suburb Gains Ellenbrook, Beechboro, and Lexia The Outcome- East Perth District New District Map Suburb Gains Ellenbrook, Beechboro, and Lexia Kojonup Losses Koondoola, Mirrabooka, Darch, Marangaroo, Landsdale and Madeley

What changes? - East Perth Schools Gains 1. Arbor Grove Primary School 2. West What changes? - East Perth Schools Gains 1. Arbor Grove Primary School 2. West Beechboro Primary School 3. East Beechboro Primary School 4. Beechboro Primary School 5. Ellen Stirling Primary School 6. Ellenbrook Primary School 7. St Helena's Catholic Pri Sch 8. Ellenbrook Secondary College 9. Swan Valley Anglican Comm School 10. Beechboro Christian School 11. Ellenbrook Christian College Loses 1. Ashdale Primary School 2. Boyare Primary School 3. Dryandra Primary School 4. Koondoola Primary School 5. Madeley Primary School 6. Marangaroo Primary School 7. Waddington Primary School 8. Rawlinson Primary School 9. Ashdale Secondary College 10. Burbridge School 11. John Septimus Roe Ang Com Sch 12. Kingsway Christian College 13. Mercy College 14. Landsdale Primary School 15. Landsdale Gardens Christian School 16. Alta 1 Landsdale

What changes? - East Perth Clubs Gains 1. Beechboro JFC 2. Ellenbrook JFC 3. What changes? - East Perth Clubs Gains 1. Beechboro JFC 2. Ellenbrook JFC 3. Beechboro AFC 4. Ellenbrook AFC 5. Ellenbrook Youth Girls 6. Kojonup Clubs Loses 1. Ashdale Primary School AC 2. Mt Lawley Golden Hawks Masters FC 3. Kingsway Masters 4. Kingsway AFC 5. Wonderers AFC

Community Juniors – East Perth CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 Community Juniors – East Perth CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 s 13 s 14 s 15 s Ballajura JFC 2 2 2 3 2 2 Bayswater Morley JFC 2 1 1 1 Beechboro JFC* 1 1 1 Coolbinia Bombers JFC 2 2 1 1 1 1 Ellenbrook JFC* 3 1 3 2 1 1 1 Morley Bulldogs JFC 1 1 1 Mt Hawthorn Cardinals JFC 2 1 2 2 1 Mt Lawley Inglewood JFC 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 Noranda JFC 2 1 1 17 11 16 16 10 10 6 Total * New District Club 16 s 17 s 1 1 4

The Outcome- Peel District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Nil The Outcome- Peel District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Nil

What changes? - Peel Thunder Schools Gains Nil Losses Nil Clubs Gains Nil Losses What changes? - Peel Thunder Schools Gains Nil Losses Nil Clubs Gains Nil Losses Nil

Community Juniors – Peel District CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 Community Juniors – Peel District CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 s 13 s 14 s 15 s 16 s Baldivis JFC 2 2 1 1 1 1 Halls Head JFC 2 2 1 1 1 Mandurah Centrals JFC 2 2 3 2 2 1 1 2 North Mandurah JFC 2 2 1 1 1 Pinjarra JFC 2 1 1 1 Rockingham JFC 1 1 2 1 1 1 Safety Bay JFC 2 1 2 2 1 1 Secret Harbour JFC 2 2 2 1 1 1 South Mandurah JFC 2 2 2 1 1 1 Warnbro JFC 3 3 1 2 2 2 Waroona JFC 1 1 21 19 Total 1 18 20 1 14 12 17 s 1 11 11 0

The Outcome- Perth District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Southern River The Outcome- Perth District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Southern River

What changes? - Perth Schools Gains Nil Losses Thornlie Christian College Bletchley Park Primary What changes? - Perth Schools Gains Nil Losses Thornlie Christian College Bletchley Park Primary School Clubs Gains Nil Losses Nil

Community Juniors – Perth District CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 Community Juniors – Perth District CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 s 13 s 14 s Belmont JFC 2 1 1 1 Gosnells JFC 1 2 1 1 1 2 Huntingdale JFC 1 1 1 1 Kenwick JFC 2 1 1 1 Lynwood Ferndale JFC 1 1 1 Maddington JFC Manning JFC 1 17 s 1 1 Queens Park JFC 1 16 s 1 15 s Redcliffe JFC 1 1 1 1 1 South Perth JFC 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 Thornlie JFC 2 2 2 3 1 2 Victoria Park JFC 1 1 1 2 1 1 14 13 13 14 10 10 9 9 Total 0

The Outcome- South Fremantle District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Jandakot, Banjup, The Outcome- South Fremantle District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Jandakot, Banjup, Forrestdale, Piara Waters, Harrisdale, Haynes, Hilbert, Brookdale, Seville Grove, Champion Lakes (part)

What changes? - South Fremantle Schools Clubs Gains Nil Losses 1. 2. 3. Forrestdale What changes? - South Fremantle Schools Clubs Gains Nil Losses 1. 2. 3. Forrestdale Primary School Armadale Seventh-day Ad Pri Sch Carey Baptist College Gains Nil Losses Forrestdale JFC Cockburn Lakes AFC Forrestdale AFC

Community Juniors – South Fremantle CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 Community Juniors – South Fremantle CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 s 13 s Armadale JFC 1 2 1 1 1 Bibra Lake JFC 1 1 1 1 Cockburn JFC 14 s 15 s 16 s 17 s 1 1 1 Fremantle Hawks JFC 3 1 2 1 1 1 Jandakot Jets JFC 7 2 5 3 1 1 Kardinya JFC 2 1 1 1 Kelmscott JFC 1 1 1 Kwinana JFC 1 2 1 1 1 Lakes JFC 1 1 Leda JFC 1 1 Mundijong Centrals JFC 3 2 1 1 1 Roleystone JFC 1 1 1 1 South Coogee JFC 3 2 2 2 1 25 18 20 16 10 9 7 Total 1 1 1 0 8

The Outcome- Subiaco District New District Map Suburb Gains Koondoola, Mirrabooka, Darch, Marangaroo, Landsdale, The Outcome- Subiaco District New District Map Suburb Gains Koondoola, Mirrabooka, Darch, Marangaroo, Landsdale, Madeley, Wangara, Pearsall, Gnangara and Hocking Losses Nil

What changes? - Subiaco Schools Gains 1. Ashdale Primary School 2. Boyare Primary School What changes? - Subiaco Schools Gains 1. Ashdale Primary School 2. Boyare Primary School 3. Dryandra Primary School 4. Hocking Primary School 5. Koondoola Primary School 6. Madeley Primary School 7. Marangaroo Primary School 8. Waddington Primary School 9. Rawlinson Primary School 10. Ashdale Secondary College 11. Burbridge School 12. John Septimus Roe Ang Com Sch 13. Kingsway Christian College 14. Mercy College 15. Landsdale Primary School 16. Landsdale Gardens Christian School 17. Aboriginal Community School 18. Alta 1 Landsdale Losses Nil Clubs Gains 1. Ashdale Primary School AC 2. Landsdale JFC 3. Kingsway SFC 4. Wonderers SFC 5. Mt Lawley Golden Hawks Masters FC 6. Kingsway Masters Losses Nil

Community Juniors - Subiaco CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 s Community Juniors - Subiaco CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 11 s 12 s Balga JFC 1 1 Carine JFC 4 1 2 1 1 Central Cougars JFC 13 s 14 s 15 s 16 s 17 s 3 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 Karrinyup JFC 1 1 Kingsley JFC 3 3 3 2 3 1 2 Landsdale JFC* 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 3 3 2 2 1 1 16 11 10 10 5 Northern Cobras JFC Sorrento Duncraig JFC 3 4 Warwick Greenwood JFC 1 2 15 15 Total * New District Club 4 13 1 1 5

The Outcome- Swans District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Ellenbrook, Beechboro, Lexia The Outcome- Swans District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Ellenbrook, Beechboro, Lexia

What changes? - Swan Districts Schools Gains Nil Losses 1. Arbor Grove Primary School What changes? - Swan Districts Schools Gains Nil Losses 1. Arbor Grove Primary School 2. West Beechboro Primary School 3. East Beechboro Primary School 4. Beechboro Primary School 5. Ellen Stirling Primary School 6. Ellenbrook Primary School 7. St Helena's Catholic Pri Sch 8. Ellenbrook Secondary College 9. Swan Valley Anglican Comm School 10. Beechboro Christian School 11. Ellenbrook Christian College Clubs Gains Nil 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Losses Good Shepherd Catholic School AC Beechboro JFC Ellenbrook JFC Beechboro AFC Ellenbrook Youth Girls

Community Juniors – Swans District CLUB Y 4 s 11 s 12 s 13 Community Juniors – Swans District CLUB Y 4 s 11 s 12 s 13 s 14 s 15 s 16 s 3 Bassendean JFC 10 s 2 3 2 1 1 Chidlow JFC 1 Chittering JFC 2 1 Darlington JFC 1 17 s 1 1 2 2 1 2 Darlington Parkerville 1 1 1 Eastern Hills Hawks JFC 1 1 1 Forrestfield JFC 1 Gidgegannup JFC 1 1 1 High Wycombe JFC 2 1 1 1 Kalamunda JFC 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 La Salle JFC Lesmurdie Saints JFC 1 1 Mazenod JFC Midvale JFC 1 1 Mt Helena JFC 1 1 Mundaring JFC 2 2 Parkerville JFC 3 2 Swan View JFC 2 1 1 Swanleigh JFC 1 Upper Swan JFC 4 Total 2 2 1 1 19 22 15 21 11 11 9 10 0

The Outcome- West Perth District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Wangara, Pearsall, The Outcome- West Perth District New District Map Suburb Gains Nil Losses Wangara, Pearsall, Hocking and Gnangara

What changes? - West Perth Schools Gains Nil Clubs Gains Nil Losses Hocking PS What changes? - West Perth Schools Gains Nil Clubs Gains Nil Losses Hocking PS Aboriginal Community College Nil

Community Juniors – West Perth CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 13 s 14 Community Juniors – West Perth CLUB Y 4 s 10 s 13 s 14 s 15 s 16 s Brighton JFC 1 1 Edgewater Woodvale JFC 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 Joondalup Kinross 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 Ocean Ridge JFC 3 2 2 2 1 1 Quinns District JFC 3 3 4 3 3 2 2 1 Wanneroo JFC 2 3 2 1 1 Whitford JFC 2 3 4 4 4 2 2 2 1 Yanchep JFC 1 1 17 17 18 14 8 4 Total 11 s 12 s 17 s 1 18 1 10 12

The Proposal- Regional WA Apart from the Kojonup change no other regional changes The Proposal- Regional WA Apart from the Kojonup change no other regional changes

Type of Schools in each Metropolitan District. Schools per District C EF EP PT Type of Schools in each Metropolitan District. Schools per District C EF EP PT P SF S SD WP Jn/Primary 43 42 47 43 56 67 55 56 46 Combined 15 2 9 6 11 9 8 8 7 College/High 8 10 12 12 13 22 10 14 12 Ed Support 3 5 6 11 9 5 6 3 5 Remote 1 69 59 75 72 89 103 79 81 70 Total

Thanks The initial proposals received from each district were well thought out and provided Thanks The initial proposals received from each district were well thought out and provided a sound basis for the progress of this report. Following the draft proposals released to each District Executive, 5 Districts took the opportunity to meet with the WAFC Football Affairs Committee to discuss further options. The quality of these presentations and the strategic level of discussion was outstanding. The solutions determined reflect great credit upon the people involved. The final solution has been reached with a great sense of satisfaction that the result has been achieved by joint participation.

Future Recommendations from this Review The Spoke model has been accepted by all participating Future Recommendations from this Review The Spoke model has been accepted by all participating Districts and Regions. It provides some direction and should be used by each District as a tool for future planning. Careful attention needs to be focused upon the Claremont District who do not fit the spoke model as presented. The special circumstance produced by the PSA schools in their District and their two geographically extreme Country zones place them uniquely within the WAFC District model. Each District should monitor their populations closely and keep annual reports on the level of participation. School participation in organised competition is as important as community football in introducing children to Football. That the focus for all Districts is the percentage of junior and youth (Girls and Boys) who DON’T play. Decreasing this percentage will result in greater player numbers, more clubs and more teams for sustainable intra-district competition.

Future Recommendations from this Review It is recommended by the Football Affairs committee that Future Recommendations from this Review It is recommended by the Football Affairs committee that the best way to tackle some of the Socio-economic and multicultural issues is to work through the schools that house these groups. That the emphasis on districts playing stand alone competitions be reduced and cross district competition in the youth age group be encouraged. This may assist future boundary reviews and also follows the youth feedback regarding variety of competition and their interest in it. (WAFC Youth research 2008). The WAFC will develop a cross District competition proposal for youth Football involving all metropolitan districts. The issue of facility use is of concern for all districts. Where a playing field is available for use even if it outside of a District, then it should be made available for Football use.

The Football Family Harmony. ‣ ‣ It is essential that all District Stakeholders ensure The Football Family Harmony. ‣ ‣ It is essential that all District Stakeholders ensure the smooth implementation of any changes resulting from this review. Each DFDC should establish departure and induction strategies to assist the transition of clubs into their new District. It is essential for all continued Football Harmony and growth that all clubs continue to feel strongly supported by the Football Family. The emotion that can be created must be managed.