News - Girls Footy

The first ever AFL Sydney Juniors Under 12s Girls Competition was launched over the weekend with 20 new teams joining the Sydney Harbour contest for 2017.  Our Wildcats girls were there in numbers. Good luck girls!

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Girls AFL Willoughby

Join the growing number of young women playing Australia’s greatest game, AFL. With the new AFL Women's competition and the unprecedented popularity the sport is receiving, this is the year to give it a go!

AFL is a fun, active and safe sport for all boys and girls. The Willoughby Wildcats, based at Gore Hill Oval in St Leonards, offer a great on-field experience for players, backed up by an off-field network of more than 100 volunteers. We have accredited coaches at every age level and a strong focus on player development and welfare. 

The Girls Squad allows you to develop your skills, get fit, have fun, and meet new people. No experience is necessary. All girls, of any level, are welcome to come down to training sessions. As you improve, opportunities to play against other clubs will be available. it’s all about FUN and playing PROPER GAMES of AFL in a fantastic team environment that is the hallmark of the Wildcats.


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It’s FUN, It’s SAFE!

Josh Kennedy at Gore Hill

Last Monday our girls were treated to a visit from Josh Kennedy from the Sydney Swans!

Spending an hour on the pristine grass surface at Gore Hill, Josh took them through a few drills, signed autographs and posed for photos.  He then joined the Bombers training session afterwards.

The girls were thrilled to have this opportunity.  Also for the bragging rights and Instagram posts!

Any girls interested in playing are urged to register now as teams are being put together. 

Another Swans visit is planned later in the year for the whole club - stay tuned for details.  

 

 

Club of the year 2015

Willoughby Wildcats awarded
Club of the year
2015

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