Southern Districts Gaelic Football Club was founded in 1983 by three Australians:
Kieran Glynn, Steve Batterham and Peter Taylor
The club was unique in the league from day one, being the first to bring Gaelic football south of the river and for consisting of almost all Australian born team members.
President: Andy Feeney 0405 374 883
Vice President: Brian McDonald 0409 538 203
Secretary: Ryan Keown 0477 848 022
Treasurer: Adrian Dunne 0479 177 516
PRO: Michael Kelly 0415 301 886
Head Coach: Fred Mc Cormack 0411 039 750
2013 Consul Cup Winners – the senior men retained the Consul Cup for the first time in the club’s history bringing their total wins in this competition to six.
2012 Consul Cup Winners (Senior Mens)
2012 saw the introduction of an intermediate men’s team which proved to be highly successful, narrowly missing out in the championship final.
2008 Southern Districts celebrates its 25th Anniversary at the Parmelia Hilton Hotel, Perth.
2006 Consul Cup Winners.
2001 Consul Cup Winners. Mens & Ladies replaced so that both had the same.
1999 The ladies, by now, had dominated events by winning twelve out of the fifteen official competitions including the St. Patrick’s Day Carnival, the League and Mna championship cups.
1997 League and Mná Cup Winners for the third time. The ladies team is awarded the cup to keep.
1996 Mná Cup Winners (Ladies)
1995 saw the inclusion of the ladies team, invigorating the club with growth and success on the field. The ladies teams won the Mná Cup.
1993 The club celebrates its 10th Anniversary.
1991 Southern Districts won the St. Patrick’s Day Carnival, Father Kelly Cup and Consul’s Cup. They also won the league for the first time in the club’s history. In the whole season Southern Districts just lost one game. This was one of the most successful years for the club.
1989 Southern Districts reached the finals in all four competitions. The club won three finals including the Championship.
1986 New strip purchased this year. Exhibition match – half Gaelic, half Australian Rules – played at Queen’s Park, Koorda, WA.
1985 The club wins its first silverware – the St Patrick’s Day Cup.
1984 Training transferred to Shirley Strickland Oval, Ardross.
1983 Southern Districts start training at Lynwood Oval, City of Canning.
Southern Districts Gaelic Football & Camogie Club could not be where it is today without the great support network we have here in Perth.
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Southern Districts Gaelic Football & Camogie Club proudly support the following Charity Organisations