Team reports for all teams are now available here. These will be published in the club 2015 Season Yearbook, available soon for all players.
To be presented at the 2015 Annual General Meeting.
We have had a great 2015 season at the Booragoon Junior Football Club. There are always things that we can do better, but this season was an excellent one.
Players and Teams
- More players than ever before – over 450, making us one of the largest football clubs in the East Fremantle District
- Fifth consecutive year of growth
- More teams than ever before – 14, playing in three separate competitions
- Teams in all Year Groups from Year 11 to Pre-Primary
- Retention of Youth Players was excellent. We’ve kept our teams together, with a large number of players transferring to Booragoon JFC to play football here
- Two new Under 12 Girls teams playing in a Junior Girls Competition – Booragoon was the biggest club in this competition
- Biggest Auskick Program ever – over 170 players, with 100 Pre-Primary players joining in the last two years
- All Youth Teams played finals – four teams made the Top 4, two teams made Grand Finals, Year 8s won a Flag
A detailed financial report will be provided at the AGM meeting itself, signed by an independent Auditor and the BJFC President on behalf of the Club Committee.
- Revenue (and costs) up 25% over 2014
- We spent nearly every dollar we made – $1,500 surplus
- Significant reserves in the bank primarily to cover renovations
- Excluding costs for Canteen, Events and Sponsorship, all other costs effectively relate to running Football. This means the average cost per player is approximately $210 per year
- New jumpers for all Junior and Youth Players – funded by two-year Sponsorship deals
- Renovations for Karoonda Park were further delayed. Have had many delays and hurdles to clear, still in the running for mid-2016 competition
- 450+ players
- 40+ coaches and assistant coaches
- 20+ team managers
- All umpires – many players from our club
- First aid officers, runners, boundary umpires, water carriers
- All parents that cut oranges, dished out lolly snakes, worked the canteen and BBQ, washed jumpers, set up and packed away gear, and cheered and encouraged our players
- All Award winners – players and volunteers
- Sponsors – huge contribution to making our club viable
- Our Committee
Recommended goals, major changes and focus areas for next season.
- Have teams in all Year groups from Year 12 to Pre-Primary – first time over 10 years
- Grow Girls Football – aim for 40+ players, including teams in Under 15s and 2+ Under 12s
- Continue Auskick momentum
- Work with Karoonda community to complete renovations, including field lighting
- Year 3s will be part of the East Fremantle District Junior Football Competition. AFL Auskick covers Pre-Primary to Year 2
- Southern Conference Competition extended to cover Year 10 to Year 12. No Peel District, just clubs from East Fremantle and South Fremantle Districts
Operations Focus Areas
- Football – focus on game environment and player development
- Financials – Track to the defined budget with more rigor
- Events – Much more focus
- Coach Development – District engagement, AFL Coaches Conference
- Operating Model – ensure Ownership of Functions