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The Coorow Latham Magpies were formed in 1971 via a merger between the Coorow Football Club and Latham Football Club. The club’s focus is on providing a family friendly social and recreational outlet for the district, as well as to promote and develop the game of football within the community.

The football club fields senior and junior teams and operates in conjunction with Coorow Latham Netball and Hockey Clubs, which creates a family friendly day of winter sport.

The senior team draws its players from a large geographical area, with players coming from Coorow, Latham, Eneabba and Leeman, as well as being supported by a group of Perth-based players.

Coorow Latham Magpies

Home Ground
Maley Park Recreation Ground, Cnr. Long & Bothe Streets, Coorow

Coorow is a town in the Mid West region of WA, located 264 km north of Perth and 25 km southeast of Carnamah. Its name is derived from the Aboriginal name of a nearby spring, first recorded in 1872. The meaning of the name may be from the word “Curro”, which is the Aboriginal word for a variety of Portulaca, or another source gives it as “many mists”.

1972, 1975-76, 1982, 1986, 1993, 1995, 2006