New 2017 Committee

Thank you to the outgoing committee members for their dedication and efforts in the 2016 season.

The KCFC Committee for the 2017 season are as follows:
President: Steve Casey
Vice President: Anthony Caputo
Treasurer: Debbie Lalich
Secretary: Narelle Bernhardt
Director: Vicki Bogensperger
Director: Brendon Cullen
Director: Greg Burke
Director: Dave Johnson
Director: Glenn O’Loughlin
Director: Adam Flanagan
Director: Jaymi Worthington
Director: Steven Uebergang

Fantastic to see some new faces on board. Go Roos!

2016 Jack Neil Medal Presentation Night

Kalgoorlie City Football Club: 2016 Jack Neil Medal Presentation Night

League

AWARD WINNER
Jack Neil Medal Alex Stewart
Runner Up Josh Allen
3rd Place Tim Brayshaw
Rookie of the Year Simon Cullen
Rising Star Award Jeremiah Sinclair
Coaches Award Samuel Stafford
Leading Goal Kicker Alex Stewart

Reserves

AWARD WINNER
Virgo Medal & Shore Memorial Shield Shontaye James
Runner Up Mark Leyssenaar
3rd Place Stuart Sara
Coaches Award Alex Brind
Leading Goal Kicker Shontaye James

Colts

AWARD WINNER
Roy Evans Perpetual Trophy Declan Wellstead
Runner Up Sebastian Wellstead
3rd Place Tyson Nelson
Coaches Award Steffan Zappelli
Leading Goal Kicker Sebastian Wellstead
Best First Year Player Tyson Nelson

Club Awards

AWARD WINNER
Roo of the Year Steffan Zappelli
Best Clubman Glenn O’Loughlin

Horse Racing Night 2016

Kangas Footy Club Annual Horse Racing Night 2016
WHEN: Sat 4th June 2016
WHERE: Kangas FC Clubrooms
TIME: 1st race at 7.30pm
COST: $10 entry
Dress up as if you’re going to the Kalgoorlie Cup – great prizes for best dressed man & woman in the “Fashions off the Field” competition.

KCFC Races

Dale Bleeson’s 200th Game

Beeso's-150th

This weekend’s game against the Diorites ushers in a milestone for one of KCFC’s most revered figures with Dale Beeson making his 200th appearance for the Kangas. Originally from Meekathara, Dale’s football journey began north of Perth playing for Morawa where he started his League footy career and snagged his first A-Grade Premiership at 17 years of age as a ruckman. A move to Perth for University saw Dale play a couple of seasons for South Fremantle Colts and then a stint in Dalwallinu for 2 seasons. After a brief move back to Meekathara, Dale’s job in the Police force brought him to Kalgoorlie in 2004. Dale saw something in the Roos that year because as the preseason dawned for 2005 the big fella was on the training track raring to go. Somehow he managed to convince coach Peter Reid that he was a full forward and that was where he stayed until Shane Properjohn moved him to the back line in 2008 where he has been ever since. A clubman through and through, Dale’s hard work and dedication was rewarded when he became the captain of the side in 2008. A couple of runner up Fairest and Bests, Coaches award in 2007 and four Grand Final appearances, Dale has been a wonderful servant to the Roos. One of his proudest moments was leading his team to the 2013 Grand Final, where he was finally able to hold the cup aloft.

200 games is an achievement that only 2 players have managed in the Roos 120 year history and ensures that Dale joins the immortals of Jack Neil and Scott Freeman.

Congratulations Dale, from all of your friends at the Kalgoorlie City Football Club!

2016 Committee

Thank you to the outgoing committee members for their dedication and efforts in the 2015 season.

The KCFC Committee for the 2016 season are as follows:
President: Steve Casey
Vice President: Anthony Caputo
Treasurer: Debbie Lalich
Secretary: Shannon Sibly
Director: Vicki Bogensperger
Director: Greg Burke
Director: Matthew Rout
Director: Glenn O’Loughlin
Director: Adam Flanagan
Director: Jaymi Worthington
Director: Steven Uebergang

Fantastic to see some new faces on board. Go Roos!