All of our teams enjoy the game of football through our club rules which can be found below. These codes are formed with the players, for the players and ultimately for the enjoyment of our game of football. The way we behave both on and off the field is important to the club, its success and its longevity. If you want to be part of the successful West Coast Cowan team please read on!
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League Coach: Tristen Walker
Winning the C Grade premiership in 2006 and then going back to back in 2007, the team found its way to A grade for 2008. Since then, the club has dropped slightly and found themselves in B Grade for the 2010 and 2011 seasons. With ex-Collingwood player Tristen Walker taking the reins for 2011, West Coast Cowan looks like a rejuvinated club, hoping to push back in to A Grade for 2012.
Photo: Tristen Walker (Head Coach), Isaak Dury (President)
Reserves Coach: Tamer Mol
With what looks like a lot of depth, and a very young list, the Reserves will be as important as ever in giving young blokes the chance to push towards playing League in 2011. It seems as though a lot of usual League players from previous years will play a lot in the Reserves, which puts the club in a healthy position.
Photo: Tamer Mol (Reserves Coach)
Thirds Coach: Matt Licastro
This year West Coast Cowan will not be having a “fourths” side, which will mean we have better numbers and a more viable thirds side. Thirds players will train with Reserves players quite frequently and allow a more open transition into Reserves for those improving their football and fitness over the year.
Photo: Matt Licastro (Thirds Coach)
Colts Coach: Dion Saratsis
Colts offers a positive transition for young kids coming from junior football (under 17′s) into senior community football. West Coast Cowan Colts are hoping to train with and strengthen the relationship with the under 17′s side to ensure a solid pathway for young footballers through the club.
Photo: Dion Saratsis (Colts Coach)