Ballajura Royals

Ballajura Royals AFL club

Ballajura Royals AFL logoAbout
Formed in 1995, the Ballajura Royals compete in the West Australian Amateur Football League.

Prior to commencing in the WAAFL in 2002 the Royals competed in the Sunday Football League. The club’s reserves won consecutive WAAFL D Grade premierships in 2005 and 2006. The seniors finally broke through to claim their first premiership in C3 Grade in 2015. Opposed in the grand final by Swan View the Royals won by 72 points, 13.15 (93) to 2.9 (21).

Ballajura Royals

Home Ground
Kingfisher Park Oval, Kingfisher Avenue, Ballajura

Ballajura is a suburb of Perth, located 14 km north of Perth’s CBD. The Ballajura area was first settled in 1905, when Ernest Maltby Kerruish, an immigrant from the Isle of Man, purchased land for a farm at the present site, which at the time was located in Caversham. He named it Ballajora, after a farm at Maughold on the Isle of Man.