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Celebrating Our 50 Year Anniversary

2022 marks 50 years since the founding of our football club and we are extremely proud to be celebrating this milestone together with the strong community that has developed with the club over the years.


Our passion for footy and the development of the younger generations is the perfect combination that we truly love. We would like to thank every single person who has helped and supported us over the years and we are extremely excited about celebrating this milestone and many more years of this great club.

Thank you to Matt and the club for this award. it has been a privilege and a pleasure to be a part of the RJFC family over the last two seasons.

I was a new parent to Auskick last year, getting involved as many parents do on the day and this year was delighted to join the committee.

Although initially only as a general member, I was happy to pitch in and help, before fully taking the reigns of Auskick Coordinator - it was an unexpected, but thankfully more staged, introduction to the enormous amount of work that goes on behind the scenes, to ensure that RJFC continues to deliver a fantastic environment of sport for our youngsters, from their first goal at Auskick to the accolades of state teams and beyond.

I am honoured to accept the award, but must call out that it is the sum of all the coaches, volunteers and parents support this year, that has ensured we could deliver such an amazing Auskick experience.

This is a wonderful club to be involved with, with a diverse and dedicated community of people that all go into making it a joy to be a part of - I look forward to continuing the journey with you all next year.

Go Raiders!


Tom Moylan Presidents Award for Doug Flanagan

Congratulations Doug Flanagan

Doug Flanagan is the very worthy recipient of the Tom Moylan Presidents Award for 2021. Doug joined as a general committee member this year and from day one has immersed himself into the fabric of the club. Within a month of the season starting, and due to unforeseen circumstances, he stepped up to take on the extremely imporant role of Auskick Coordinator overseeing and providing support to our choaches, parent helpers, families and kids. Not daunted by the challenge, Doug's enthusiasm and passion for all things Auskick has grown immensely throughout the year.

Usually the first one to arrive on a Sunday morning to set up, many times with baby Lara strapped into the the baby carrier. Once the sessions start he is engrossed in esnuring everything goes to plan. He has driven and implemented game day iniatiaves, ensured coaches had helpers and most importantly kids having fun. His application so selfless he has hardly watched his own boy Connor play. His meticulous approach to planning and preparation was on show with our Auskick carnival this year achieveing a record number of team nominations and participation. The overwhelmingly positive feedback for the club and respect from his peers amongst the attending clubs form the district is something he and this club should be proud of.

Congratulations to you Doug, this award is throughly deserved recognition for your outstanding efforts this year, you epitomize everything a successful club needs in its leaders and volunteers and I look forward to seeing your continued development as an intergral part of the Rossmoyne JFC. 

Past & Present Raiders represented at WAFL Colts, League & More

Anjelique Raison and Georgie Cleaver from our inaugural girls team in 2017 made their League debuts for East Fremantle Women's Fooball Club in 2021, both at just 15 years of age. 

Kade Denney,

Brendan Slauughter,  

East Fremantle Colts in 2021.

Jack Williams

  • East East Fremantle Colts 2021.

  • AFL U18 National Academy program

  • WA State U19's Squad

  • Drafted to West Coast Eagles AFL 

Baxter Philip, Perth Colts 2021

Jacob Feist, Khyan Nieves,

East Fremantle Colts 2021

Raiders donate footies to Fair Game

After an update of our equipment for the 2021 season, Rossmoyne JFC donated footies and equipment to Fair Game and our own players were able to take a footy  for their at-home training. 

Fair Game accepts pre-loved sports equipment and distributes it in response to specific requests from under-serviced communities.
This equipment helps remove barriers to participation in sport and fitness activities, having a positive social and environmental impact.

Fair Game are always in need of basketballs, AFL footballs, soccer balls and football boots and also accept a wide variety of sporting equipment and sports shoes.  All donated items must be clean and in functional condition.

Volunteer Fair Gamers meet every 12 weeks for a 'busy bee' cleaning and packaging sports equipment for delivery to community partners.
If you'd like to get involved contact Fair Game direct:


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