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The Stirling Amateur Football Club competes in the Perth Football League and was established in 1998 after a merger of the Osborne Park Football Club (from the Sunday Football League) and the Balcatta Amateur Football Club.  The Club is based at Richard Guelfi Reserve, located on Delawney Street in Balcatta, with some of the best facilities in the League.  All new players are welcome.





11 September 2021

Grand Final Review

The The 2021 season has come to a sad end for the Saints following a heartbreaking 10-point loss in the Grand Final against Roleystone Tigers at Wyong Reserve.

The Saints kicked with a slight breeze in the first term but appeared to have nerves as they struggled to settle. Roleystone had the opening goal within the first 2 minutes, and another goal three minutes later to establish themselves. When they kicked their third at the 18-minute mark, the lead had extended to a game-high 18 points, and the signs looked worrying. However, Mitch Hunter restored some confidence with the Saints’ first goal at the 22-minute to cut the margin to 12 points at the first break.

Diquane Juli kicked his first goal 5 minutes in to the second term, but the Saints were still below their best. Roleystone kicked a further two goals in quick succession midway through the term to extend the lead back to 16 points, before Diquane Juli kicked his second goal for the term. The Tigers replied quickly to return the margin back to 17 points at the half.

The Saints were determined to make amends in the third term, and when Liam Carroll goaled at the 6-minute mark, it started a run of goals to get them back in the game. A lightning quick run down the wing by Tremayne Hodder two minutes later to set up Diquane Juli’s third goal, and when Harrison Tyler kicked another a minute later, the Saints had hit the lead for the first time in the game. Nathan Williams added another, and when Diquane Juli kicked his fourth goal shortly before three quarter time, the Saints had opened up a handy 15-point lead at three quarter time. All of the great work in the back line was supported by relentless defending, with Matt Carlyon being responsible for numerous intercept marks across the half back line.

Not to be outdone, Roleystone kicked the first two goals of the final term with the slight breeze, but skipper Mitch Hunter did his best to keep the Saints going with another goal to give them a 9-point lead at the 10-minute mark. Unfortunately for the Saints, the Tigers rallied again, with goals coming at the 14, 17 and 20-minute marks to give them a 9-point lead. The Saints tried bravely to rescue back the lead, but the deficit was too much.

At the conclusion of the game, Saints midfielder Harrison Tyler was awarded the medal for Best On Ground in the Grand Final.

Despite the disappointment of the loss, the Club is extremely proud of the character showed by the players, firstly in turning the club’s fortunes around from last year, but then finishing the season as Minor Premiers and WAAFL Champion Club. The pain of the loss will spur the Club onto bigger and better things in 2022, which will be the Club’s Centenary Year.

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Grand Final vs Roleystone Tigers

11 September 2021 (3:20pm) at Wyong Reserve

Stirling 1.2 3.6 8.8 9.8 (62)
Roleystone 3.2 6.5 6.5 11.6 (72)
Goals: Diquane Juli 4, Mitch Hunter 2, Liam Carroll 1, Harrison Tyler 1, Nathan Williams 1


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Round 1 vs TBC

9 April 2021 (2:30pm) at TBC


Stirling in Round 1

Head-to-Head: Played 24 Won 13 Lost 11

Highest Score: 20.13.133 vs Kingsley (2012)

Lowest Score: 5.10.40 vs Wembley (2000)

Greatest Win: 70 points vs Nollamara (2002)

Worst Loss83 points vs Wembley (2007)

Most Goals: 7 by Matt Cullen (2001)



Round 1 vs TBC

9 April 2021 (12:35pm) at TBC


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Diquane Juli 71

Mitch Hunter 46

Liam Carroll 19

Tremayne Hodder 19

Steve Rossenrode 14

John Corfias 10

James Macbean 8

Harrison Tyler 9

Nathan Williams 7

Marcus Lazic 6

Taylor Chircop 5

Kieran Guy 5

Tristan Healy 5

Jareem Williams 5

Tim Pendal 4

Beau Ewen 2

Malcolm Hipwell 2

Jack Raymond 2

Matthew Bonser 1

Matt Carlyon 1

Matt Cocker 1

Sam Handcock 1

Troy Mellidis 1

Jordan Van Ross 1

Total - 245 goals


Sam Day 44

Ben Mollett 25

James Jordan 17

Reid Butler 10

Tristan Healy 10

Will White 10

Travis Hough 9

Dylan Grigg 8

Jordan Van Ross 8

Scott Anderson 7

Brett Dobson 6

Nic Leopardi 6

James Macbean 5

Zac Cahill 4

Jack Raymond 4

Steele Curtin 3

Chris Leopardi 3

Troy Mellidis 3

Dwayne Best 2

Nathan Williams 2

Zac Dewar 1

Marcus Filocamo 1

Michael Franceschini 1

Max Geddes 1

Chris Harvey 1

Joel Julian 1

Cameron Melvin 1

Liam Morrell 1

Gerrad Prockter 1

Sam Wasley 1

Total - 196 goals





250 Club Games

245 Ben Mollett


150 Club Games

144 Gerrad Prockter


100 Club Games

95 Marcus Filocamo

86 Joshua Carlyon




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