Check out this great article in the North Shore Times celebrating our 40-year history as a club.
Hi Players, Parents and Supporters of the Mighty Willoughby Wildcats.
Wishing you all a happy mid-season break and I hope you have all enjoyed the school holidays and a couple of weeks away from footy.
Please read on…. there is much to report and advise with an exciting three months of Sydney Juniors footy ahead.
From Auskick through to our U17’s all age groups are in great shape and the girls teams, in their inaugural year, have exceeded all expectations. By all reports, each age group are having lots of fun, developing their skills and having on field success. Great work Coaches and Managers!
Early in the year Coaches discussed with players the importance of the players Code of Conduct and what is expected of them both on and off the field. Equally important is the parents, supports and spectators code of conduct which I ask you to review in the following link.
As a large and strong club, it is very important our players, parents, spectators and supporters are gracious in defeat and more importantly in victory.
Everyone loves free Footy tickets! Get your free family tickets to the Sydney Juniors Giants V Dockers game at Spotless Stadium in Homebush on Saturday 29th July at 2:10 pm. All families will be sitting together so jump on the following link as the offer closes soon.
The much awaited Wildcats Social Night is fast approaching on the 12th August at Firehouse Hotel in North Sydney. The night is organised by the U11 group each year so please get on board for a great night. If you can donate an auction item the organising committee would love to hear from you!
Book through this link.
Our “beloved” Gore Hill Oval, without grass nor drainage, has reached the end of its useful life and will be redeveloped with a fantastic new synthetic surface in 2018. As a result, there will be no further games at GHO in 2017 but the mighty Auskickers (with OAK milk still being delivered) will continue at GHO in 2017.
The Committee wishes all age groups all the best for last 5 rounds of the season and a big shout out to those teams who have worked hard during the season and will qualify for the finals.
Go the Wildcats!
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
Sports Fun Multi Sports and AFL Camps July 2017 Sports Fundamentals will be running holiday camps at two different locations: Mosman and Curl Curl during the July School Holidays.
A multi-sport camp and an AFL Camp will be running at both locations.
The multi-sports camp is designed for 4- 7 year-olds and focuses on 4 sports each day including soccer, cricket, basketball, AFL, tennis, tball, hockey. Plus a number of fun novelty activities like obstacle courses, mini olympics, relay races and team games.
The AFL Camp is designed for ages 5-12 years and has a major AFL focus with other sports and activities including mini olympics, basketball and cricket.
All camps are designed for boys and girls and cater for all skill levels from beginners through to advanced.
Willoughby Wildcats Special – $35.00 DISCOUNT
If you pay for a camp booking before Friday 16th June you will receive a $35 discount – per child off the full price for a TWO DAY booking. Please inform us at the time of the booking that you would like to use the early bird special. Please note, no family or group discounts apply if you are using the early bird special.
Conducted by our own Tim Barling – Head coach of U13, U14 and U17 Willoughby Mosman Swans and head coach of Riverview yr 9-10 teams.
Where: St Ignatius College Riverview, Tambourine Bay Road Lane Cove
| Date: 13-14th July 2017
Time: 9:00am- 3:00pm
Once again, ASC is holding footy camps in the July holidays, there are to be two camps, at Daceyville and North Ryde.
They are for players of all standards aged 6 to 16 and provide three days coaching from experienced coaches and leading AFL players. Callan Ward from the GWS Giants will attend as a guest coach at both programs.
There is a 20 % discount code to our junior players. The code is
The website for bookings is
It was a big day for our Will/Mos boys after 72 boys from around NSW competed for the selection to the NSW Combined Independent School team. Every one of the Will/Mos boys made the first cut from 72 to 36 (poor Sam Austin was ineligible after a paperwork stuff up & for sure would have been selected).
From this 5 boys were selected into the team – Harry Garrett, Mike Read, Kale Gabila, Oscar Davis and James Larkey.
Gus Miller still only 13 yrs old was absolutely sensational and Seb Krimmer kept the arguably best forward of the carnival to one just 1 x goal when played on him, Jude Yates was eye-catching/powerful and all must be high on the list of emergencies. Felix Rogers (from Will/Mos U14) was also unlucky not to get a spot.
What stood out was the boy’s composure under immense pressure to kick to a teammate, a huge credit to the training of Travis and other coaches.
What a huge result for the Club to have 10 boys rated in the best 32 in the NSW Combined Independent School System for U15.
Willoughby Wildcats JAFL
PO Box 438
St Leonards Nsw 1590