Our Club. Our Home

  • A football club rich in history
    and rich in success
  • A home to players of all levels
  • Welcome to Our Club
  • Welcome to Our Home

OUR CLUB. OUR HOME.

We are a leading club in the Western Australian Amateur Football League. We have a strong history. We cater to all skill levels and ambitions with a number of sides. So why not make Mount Lawley your home.

B-GRADE LEAGUE

B-GRADE RESERVES

DREW BANFIELD COLTS

Our senior side with a breadth and depth of talent

Coached by Josh Wooden

(M: 0459 999 796)

The side supporting our league side

Coached by Shem Garlett

(M: 0403 514 581)

Our under 20's colts side - our future talent

Coached by Laurie Hart

(M: 0419 045 554)

D1-GRADE LEAGUE

D1-GRADE RESERVES

Our lower level side for players of all levels

Coached by Matt Flynn-Lowe

(M: 0432 519 235)

A fun side for past players and those new to the game

Coached by John Baker

(M: 0411 748 487)

FIXTURES & RESULTS

Keep up to date with our latest fixtures, results and ladder positions

SEE OUR LATEST FIXTURES, RESULTS & LADDERS

OUR HISTORY

Filled with tradition, the Mount Lawley Football Club is recognised as one of the most successful clubs in the Western Australian Amateur Football League with a proud history of club and individual achievements.

 

The Mount Lawley Amateur Football Club was incorporated in 1963, recording a premiership in its first year. Since then the club has won 29 premierships in different divisions, mostly at A Division. Mt Lawley was originally based at Inglewood Oval and moved to Hamer Park in 1976. The clubrooms underwent a small upgrade in 1977, with an extension of the social rooms and the addition of the storeroom and male facilities. It was subsequently upgraded  in 1991 with a larger extension adding two new change rooms, a kitchen, the games area and the committee room.

 

The club’s original jumper, which has undergone 4 changes, was black, with a broad white band from shoulder to waist. The first change, in 1970, was to a green jumper with a black and white band around the waist. The next in the mid 70’s, was to a red jumper with a black and white band around the waist.  It was around this time the club adopted the “Hawks” branding.  In 1980 the club changed to a red, black and white (St Kilda) strip. In 2002 the red, black and white jumper took on the stylised Hawk on the front left panel and is the club’s present jumper .

 

The club has produced seven All Australian Amateur players, more than any other Amateur club in Australia, with these being selected in the club’s halcyon years from 1983 to 1992, when the club won seven A Grade premierships.

 

In the club’s 50th Anniversary year, 2013, a Hall of Fame was launched to acknowledge individual achievements and contributions to the club. There were eight individuals originally inducted, whose names appear on the Honour Board and two more names were added in 2015.

 

Throughout the years, the club has endured both the good and the not so good times, but with its fighting spirit many great people have emerged from the club. Everybody that has been involved with the club has carried the club ethic of hard work and fun into their personal and work lives.

 

That’s what makes “Our Club, Our Home”.

CLUB PREMIERSHIPS

A GRADE - 1979, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1992

A COLTS - 1980, 1981, 1984

B GRADE - 1997, 2009

B RESERVES - 1997, 2002

B COLTS - 1997, 2009

C GRADE - 1963, 1977, 1984, 1985, 1992

C COLTS - 1981

 

E GRADE - 1969

E RESERVE - 1998

G GRADE - 1978

H GRADE - 1983

I GRADE - 1993

J GRADE - 1981

 

HONOUR BOARD

Over the years many Hawks have become honoured through their achievements in the WAAFL competition. Some have also progressed to play at higher levels. Players from the AFL and WAFL have also made our club their home.

WAAFL LEADING GOAL KICKER

A Grade:

G. Aldridge (1977)

V. Lowe (1987, 1988, 1992)

P. McDonald (1998)

D. McKinlay (2011, 2013)

B Grade:

R. Smith (1966, 1967)

P. Botsis (1986)

B. Robertson (2004, 2008)

D. McKinlay & A. McKinlay (2016)

 

WAAFL BJ GILES MEDAL

(F&B in A-Grade Grand Final)

1983: B. Dunn

1985: L. Baroni

1986: N. Carroll

1987: G. Kearney

1988: R. Bell

1991: G. Kearney

1992: G. Kearney

 

AFL REPRESENTATIVES

PLAYERS TO AFL:

Antoni Grover (Fremantle)

PLAYERS FROM AFL:

Craig Callaghan (St Kilda, Fremantle)

Dale Kickett (Fitzroy, West Coast, St Kilda, Essendon, Fremantle)

Brian Leys (Richmond)

Daniel Wulf (St Kilda)

Garth Taylor (Fremantle)

Des Hedland (Brisbane, Fremantle)

 

OUR

SPONSORS

IT'S THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT THAT CONTRIBUTES TO OUR SUCCESS

WE THANK YOU

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THINGS

CONTACT US

 

ADDRESS: Hamer Park, Second Avenue (closest corner North Street) MOUNT LAWLEY, WA, 6005

POSTAL: PO BOX 14, INGLEWOOD, WA, 6932

TEL:  (08) 9245-1236

Email: info@mountlawleyhawks.com.au

 

Payment Details: Westpac, BSB: 036 069, ACC: 222351

 

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