2010 Vote Count West Brunswick Amateur Football Club congratulates the following B&F winners for 2010 Senior Best & Fairest , The Bruce Ivey Medal. Louis Martin 2nd B&F Mark MacGugan 3rd B&F Jordan Grieves Reserves Best & Fairest , The Bob Baker Medal. Pat Walpole 2nd B&F Steven O’Neill / Joe O’Connell 3rd B&F David… Continue reading 2010 Best and Fairest Results
Congratulations to the following players for taking out the honors on the 2009 awards night at PA’sSeniors Bruce Ivey Medal – Todd Patterson Seniors 2nd Best & Fairest – Mark MacGugan Seniors 3rd Best & Fairest – Robert West Reserves Bob Baker Medal – Pat Walpole Reserves 2nd Best & Fairest – Shane Devers Reserves… Continue reading 2009 Awards
Contact Paul Cook (0400 868 434) for those interested in playing: Masters 40 years of age & over Masters 47 years of age & over.
Hearts to hearts and hands to handsBeneath the black and white we standWe shout “God Bless our native land”West Brunswick, West Brunswick Out they come, out they come,Out they come to playJust for recreation’s sake to pass the time away. Hey!Tonnes of pace and loads of gutsWatch yourselves todayWest Brunswick boys are hard to beatWhen… Continue reading Club Theme Song
West Brunswick is proud to be associated with the following Sponsors for the 2013 season: Prince Alfred Hotel 191 Grattan St Carlton, 3053 PH: 9347 3033 email@example.com Oz Access Hire 2 / 68 Rebecca Drive, Deer Park PH: 8390 5666 firstname.lastname@example.org Patersons Securities Limited John Curtin Private Client Advisorj.email@example.comPh 03 8803 0101 http://www.psl.com.au/ Multifit Sports… Continue reading 2012 Sponsors
Seniors Premierships Year Won Grade 1960 E (D3) 1976 F (D4) 1980 E (D3) 2002 D3 2008 D4 Reserves Premierships Year Won 1989 1998
West Brunswick plays its home games at McAlister Oval in Parkville. Map reference: 29 F10 Getting there: 1) Take Tram 19 up Royal Parade (from City) or down Sydney Road (towards City) and get off at the Park St or Brunswick Rd stops; 2) Take Upfield line Train and get off at Royal Park station;… Continue reading Ground Information
The West Brunswick Amateur Football Club was founded in 1959 and is a member of the Victorian Amateur Football Association. The club has played at Royal Park since 1959 playing on McAllister Oval from 1959-1971, Ransford Oval 1972-1984, Western Oval 1985-2004 and back to McAllister oval from 2004 until present. The Club has sourced its… Continue reading Club History