The Carnamah Perenjori Roos were formed in 1995 via a merger between the Carnamah Football Club and the Perenjori Football Club.
The club’s first senior grade premiership was won in 2004 thanks to an emphatic 16.17 (113) to 8.3 (51) grand final defeat of Mingenew.
Carnamah Perenjori Roos
Carnamah Football Oval, Niven Park Recreation Complex, Niven Crescent, Carnamah
Carnamah is a town in the Mid West region of WA, located 307 km north of Perth along the Midlands Road. The town is named after “Carnamah”, the name of a pastoral property established by Duncan Macpherson in this location in the late 1860s. The name is probably Aboriginal of unknown meaning, or possibly is a Gaelic word meaning “cairn of the cattle” or “cattle rocks”. The main industry in town is wheat farming.