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Welcome to the Stirling Saints Football Club  

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 November 2019

Notice of AGM


The Stirling Amateur Football Club wishes to advise that its Annual General Meeting will be held as follows:

Date: Sunday 8 December 2019
Time: 11:00am sharp
Venue: Saints Clubrooms, Delawney Street, Balcatta.

Nominations for the positions of President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Committee Member can be made in writing to PO Box 169, OSBORNE PARK WA 6917, or by email to Club Secretary, Paul Giamov (email: pgiamov@optusnet.com.au). Nominations can also be made in person at the Meeting.

Members wishing to move amendments to the Constitution or present Notices of Motion to the Annual General Meeting must give notice in writing to PO Box 169, OSBORNE PARK WA 6917 by no later than Monday 2 December 2019. Please note that members must be financial to retain the power to vote at the Annual General Meeting.. 


15 November 2019

Meet The Coaches


The Club would like to invite all players and supporters to our Meet The Coaches night on Friday 15 November 2019, starting at 6pm. 


This will be a great opportunity to catch up with team mates and hear what the coaches have planned for the 2020 season.  There will be a free sausage sizzle, and the bar will be open for refreshments.  We hope to see you all there.



12 October 2019

Coaching Appointments


The Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Justin Kickett as League coach and Tristan Pack as Reserves coach for the 2020 Season.

Justin returns to the Club after a 232-game career spanning more than 20 years between 1985 and 2005. He is a 6-time premiership player (equal club record), 2-time fairest & best winner and Club captain. His outstanding contribution to the Club was awarded with Life Membership in 2005. The Club is excited at the level of professionalism and discipline that Justin will bring to the coaching role. He has earned a great deal of respect from all club members, and he certainly knows what it takes to bring success back to the Club.

The Club is also pleased to have Tristan continue in the role of Reserves coach. Tristan played an instrumental part in the resurgence of the Reserves team in 2019, as the Reserves enjoyed their most successful season in almost 20 years. His calm and level-headed approach has earned the respect of all players and supporters, and he has contributed to the improvement in culture at the Club.

The past few seasons have been tough for the Saints, but there is renewed hope and expectation that Justin and Tristan will lead the Club to success in 2020.


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50 Club Games

49 Marcus Lazic



150 Club Games

148 Luke Grassi

141 Matt Cocker





New and existing players can register to play for Stirling in 2019 by clicking on the following link: Register Online






League (C2 Grade)

Round 18 vs Dianella-Morley Raiders

18 August 2019 (2:30pm) at Richard Guelfi Reserve

Stirling 2.1.13 6.5.41 8.6.54 12.7.79






Goals: Malcolm Hipwell 2, Mitchell Hunter 2, Dean Page 2, Ben Eaton 2, Hamish Atkinson 1, Matt Cocker 1, Michael Franceschini 1, Tristan Pack 1


Reserves (C2 Reserves)

Round 18 vs Dianella-Morley Raiders

18 August 2019 (12:35pm) at Richard Guelfi Reserve

Stirling 5.4.34 8.4.52 10.4.64 13.4.82
Dianella-Morley 2.0.12 5.2.32 10.6.66 10.9.69

Goals: Kieran Guy 3, Ben Mollett 3, Scott Anderson 2, Matt Cocker 1, Sam Day 1, Chris Elliott 1, Fayez Hourani 1, Nick Leopardi 1


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League (C3 Grade)

Round 1 vs TBC

4 April 2020 (2:30pm) at TBC


Record vs TBC

Head-to-Head: TBC

Record at Venue: TBC

Highest Score: TBC

Lowest Score: TBC

Greatest Winning Margin: TBC

Most Goals: TBC


Stirling in Round 1

Head-to-Head: Played 22 Won 12 Lost 10

Highest Score: 20.13.133 vs Kingsley (2012)

Lowest Score: 5.10.40 vs Wembley (2000)

Greatest Winning Margin: 70 points vs Nollamara (2002)

Greatest Losing Margin: 83 points vs Wembley (2000)

Most Goals: 7 by Matt Cullen vs Nollamara (2001)


Reserves (C3 Reserves)

Round 1 vs TBC

4 April 2020 (12:35pm) at TBC


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27 Mitchell Hunter (2)

14 Damien Lloyd (-)

12 Dean Page (2)

10 Michael Franceschini (1)

9 Sam Day (-)

7 Stephen Rossenrode (-)

6 Hamish Atkinson (1)

6 Ben Eaton (-)

5 Joel Julian (-)

4 Matt Cocker (1)

4 Kieran Guy (0)

4 Simon Mieschbuehler (-)

4 Sam Van Diemen (-)

3 Luke Champion (-)

2 John Corfias (0)

2 Adam Edwards (0)

2 Malcolm Hipwell (2)

2 Chris Leopardi (0)

2 Tristan Pack (1)

1 Mark Baker (-)

1 Zac Cahill (-)

1 Liam Dellamarta (-)

1 Joshua Eriksen (-)

1 Kingsley Hunter (-)

1 Marcus Lazic (0)

1 Nicholas Leopardi (0)

1 Tim Pendal (0)

Total - 135 goals


49 Sam Day (1)

24 Ben Mollett (3)

14 Nicholas Leopardi (1)

9 Scott Anderson (2)

6 Joshua Eriksen (-)

5 Michael Franceschini (-)

4 Matt Cocker (1)

4 Fayez Hourani (1)

4 TIm Pendal (0)

3 Kieran Guy (3)

3 Daniel Honeysett (-)

3 Troy Mellidis (0)

3 Liam Morrell (-)

2 Chris Elliott (1)

2 Max Geddes (0)

2 Travis Hough (-)

2 Jacob Impiombato (-)

2 Joel Julian (-)

2 Shea Mathanda (0)

2 Thomas Ryan (-)

1 Mark Baker (-)

1 Andrew Clarke (-)

1 Stephen Conte (-)

1 Chris Leopardi (0)

1 Lindsey Vague (0)

1 Joseph Wear (-)

Total - 151 goals



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