Ellenbrook Eels

Senior Football Club
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  • Welcome

    The Ellenbrook Eels Senior Football Club was established in 2002 on the back of initial interest from three local residents Vaughan Roberts, Ben Franks & Troy Newick. The Club competes in the West Australian Amateur Football League (WAAFL) with 3 senior teams and the colts team. The Masters (over 35's) play every second Sunday and are a vital part of our growing club.

    With Ellenbrook being such a young suburb in the Swan Valley, the club prides itself on being a “family based club” with regular events including family gala day, Auskick half time matches and the Saturday night family dinners.

    The Club is based at the Ellenbrook District Open Space, Maffina Parade, Ellenbrook.

    2011 was the clubs 10 year anniversary and yielded the clubs first flag with the reserves taking out the C4 Reserves Grand Final. This was backed up in 2012,2014 & 2017 with the club claiming the C3 reserves flags. The colts became flag winners as well in the 2016 West Coast Eagles Colts division.

  • Founders Medal Award Winners

    Posted on September 16th, 2018 Whitey No comments

    Saturday September 15th 2018 at Aloft Perth


    Matthew Craig

    Matt Craig

    Aaron Power

    Aaron Power


    Founders Medallist: Bradley “Flip” Pleysier


    Runner up: Jordan Barber & Wade Hughes
    Leading Goalscorer: Jordan Peach
    Coaches Award: Luke Cameron
    Rookie of the year: Taine Nolan


    Best & Fairest: Aaron Power
    Runner up: Josh “Red” Satie
    Leading Goalscorer: Brent Hayden
    Coaches Award: Brad McShera


    Best & Fairest: Jared Turvey
    Runner up: Jayden Grey
    Leading Goalscorer: Matthew Jarvey
    Coaches Award: Colin Eade


    Players Player: Matthew Dolliver
    Runner up: Paul Cappa
    Most Improved: Shane Spinford & Chris Hanson


    Best Clubman: Brian Taylor
    Volunteer of the Year: Lauren Taylor
    200 Games: Josh “Red” Satie
    150 Games: Carl “Boze” Bishop, Shane Glanville, Matty Craig, Aaron Power
    100 Games: Brent Hayden, Damien Buck, Andrew Coxall
    50 Games: Jayden Cook, Jay Baxter, Colin Eade, Nathan Jarvey, Jared Turvey, Bradley “Flip” Pleysier, Matt Purdy, Brandan “Daisy” Coney, Kyle Baker, Terrence Boddington, Josh Andreson