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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.

 

 

LATEST NEWS

 

30 August 2019

Fairest & Best Vote Count

 

Dean Page has capped off his first season in Saints colours by winning the Club’s Fairest & Best trophy at the annual vote count and presentation night.

Dean set the standard early, polling votes in six of the first seven rounds of the season. He polled maximum votes in seven out of 18 rounds throughout the season to finish the clear winner on 152 votes. The win complements the Players' Player Medal that he won two weeks earlier, which is the medal voted by the players themselves.

Finishing in second on the votes tally was young ruckman, Kieran Guy on 111 votes, while midfielder Marcus Lazic had his best season to poll 102 votes in third position.

300-game veteran Michael Franceschini polled 65 votes to finish in fourth position, while Kyle Gugiatti celebrated his first season back at the Club by polling 44 votes in fifth position. Dennis Bettles, who set a club record for consecutive games, was awarded the Coach's Trophy for his consistent efforts throughout the season.

Earlier in the night, Reserves Captain Sam Day polled 56 votes to win back-to-back De Cinque Trophies for the Reserves Fairest & Best. Sam had a stellar season up forward with 49 goals, and was well supported throughout the season by Ross Dalkin (54 votes) and first year player, Chad Davis (53 votes). It was the closest vote count in many years for the Reserves, with the top eight players separated by just 8 votes. Joshua Carlyon was rewarded for his efforts by being awarded the Coach's Trophy.

The night culminated in the awarding of Life Membership to Allen Bassanelli. Allen first came to the Club as a sponsor to the Club's Colts side in 2007. He has remained a loyal servant and long-time sponsor to the Club over many years, occupying a variety of match day roles, including League runner and water.

The Club also paid tribute to the tireless efforts of Damon Eaton by awarding him the Club Service Award. Damon has played a major part on the Committee, working in the dual role as sponsorship coordinator and social functions.

 

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UPCOMING MILESTONES

 

50 Club Games

49 Marcus Lazic

 

 

150 Club Games

148 Luke Grassi

141 Matt Cocker

 
 
   

 

PLAYER REGISTRATION

 

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

 

 

 

LAST GAME

 

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

Dianella-Morley

1.4.10

4.7.31

5.11.41

9.11.65

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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LAST GAME

 

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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GOAL KICKERS

 

League

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

Reserves

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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