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About
Boddington Football Club, nicknamed The Eagles, is one of eight clubs that competes in the Upper Great Southern Football League (UGSFL). The club was formed in 1946 and has an impressive history spanning over 70 years with more 170 active players and a large additional community supporter membership following.

The club is organised into 2 divisions:
Seniors – League & Reserves Grades (18 yrs +)
Juniors – C Grade (Colts U/18 yo), D Grade (U/14 yo) & AusKick (5 – 9 yo)

Each of the seniors and juniors have a dedicated volunteer committee whose focus is purely on stewardship of the club. This ensures a sustainable approach to fulfill the club’s mission to provide opportunities for rich social, personal & physical development for the adult and youth of Boddington via Aussie Rules Football.

Website
Boddington Eagles
Juniors

Facebook
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Home Ground
Boddington Oval, Club Drive, Boddington

Location
Boddington is a town in the Peel region of WA, located 120 km southeast of Perth. The town sits on the road from Pinjarra to Williams on the Hotham River. The town owes its name to an early settler, Henry Boddington, who was a farmer and shepherd in the 1860s and 1870s. The town’s economy is supported by mining and agriculture.

Premierships
1989-90-91, 1995, 2002, 2012