COMMUNITY TAB as a long-time supporter of WA sport looks to extend this commitment further by providing metropolitan and regional sporting clubs a valuable $4000 GRANT to assist in providing the resources necessary to ensure local community sport continues and thrives.

The CARLISLE FOOTBALL CLUB has applied for this grant to assist in the upgrading of the aging facilities where outdated clay pipes cause constant blockages and flooding also intermittent loss of hot water on game days and training has an ill effect on members morale and performance.

The club seeks to use money from the grant to extend the medical area so volunteers who give their time have the space and facilities needed to provide the care our members need.


The Carlisle FC committee is grateful to work with a socially responsible organisation such as TAB COMMUNITY to give back to the WA sporting community and nurture the next wave of talent and assist the volunteers who support them.

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The VICTORIA PARK COUNCIL held a community planting day at CARLISLE RESERVE on July 7th as part of it's URBAN FOREST STRATEGY. Deputy Mayor VIKKI POTTER opened the event which saw over 50 community members plant 550 plants including broad canopy trees which will provide a green buffer between CARLISLE RESERVE and the busy Orrong Rd. This initiative will provide shade and a safer area for the community to enjoy the facilities and playing grounds at CARLISLE RESERVE. Among the members of the Community were Several representitives of the CARLISLE FOOTBALL CLUB who created a welcoming experience to those who attended the event and assisted in highlighting the value local football provide to the community. Special thanks goes to club committee members MARY SUTHERLAND and AMBER HAZELL who provided home cooked meals and treats for the event as well as barman BEN POWELL who made sure the visitors were kept hydrated, Also all members of the VICTORIA PARK COUNCIL who made the day possible.


The new look Carlisle Cougars for 2019 were presented to members and partners at major sponsor the Broken Hill Hotel. Coaches for all 4 grades were announced ADAM HUNTER, PAUL ELISSEOU, RHYS EDMONDSON, and BRAD HIGGINS. Head Coach Adam Hunter address the room explaining the goals and ethos behind the cougars as well as naming the club captains and leadership group. For a first at the Cougars there will be duel captains in 2019 with life member BAYDEN DREW joined by RHYS EDMONDSON. Also congratulations to KANE SCUDDS and JED EDWARS named as reserves and colts captain respectively.


Congratulations, to our current and past players for completing the Rottnest half marathon over the weekend. Past player LUKE SUTHERLAND (left) came in 1st place hitting an incredible time of 1.22.00 whilst DANIEL GRILJUSICH (middle) came 3rd overall at 1.23.00. JORDAN GRILJUSICH (right) came a respectable 48th at 1.50.02, which is also an incredible achievement for his first attempt. We are all very proud of your efforts fellas. Well done!

Cougars For Life

Congratulations, to our newest life members SAM GLAZBROOK, BRAD HIGGINS and ADAM CRISP. Also, thanks to the current life members for their continuing support to make the Carlisle Football Club such a great organisation. 


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