Bullsbrook Saints

Bullsbrook Saints AFL club

Bullsbrook Saints AFL logoAbout
The Bullsbrook Senior Football Club reformed in 1993 after a 20 year hiatus. Gary Kitson and Mat Cockram were sitting in Mat’s driveway in the wee hours of the morning downing a couple of blizzardly cold frosty ones when a brainwave hit. “Let’s start a Footy Club”. After a couple of hours of pushing zeds the boys arose and got right to work. Flyers and posters were made asking anyone interested in Football to meet at The Chequers Hotel, aka The Red Roof, an iconic part and landmark of the town. The response was overwhelming and with local publicans Lincoln Hands and Kim Scott pitching in a $1000 kickstart the CLUB was born.

The Bullsbrook Community and local businesses were amazingly generous, 100 Foundation Members and more sponsors then can be mentioned, the Bullsbrook Saints are still going strong today.

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Home Ground
Pickett Park, Bullsbrook

Location
Bullsbrook is a suburb of Perth, in the outer metropolitan area, located with the City of Swan. Bullsbrook is also the home to the RAAF Pearce airbase, a major training facility for the Royal Australian Air Force. The suburb is situated on the Great Northern Highway, 25 km north of the Midland Strategic Regional Centre.

Premierships
2001