South Fremantle

South Fremantle might refer to:

  • South Fremantle Football Club
  • South Fremantle, Western Australia, the suburb of Perth after which it is named

Other articles related to "south fremantle, south, fremantle":

Cliff Hillier
... Cliff Hillier is a former Australian rules footballer who played 160 games with South Fremantle in the West Australian National Football League (WANFL) ... He was a member of South Fremantle's run of three successive premierships from 1952 to 1954 ... He won a best and fairest at South Fremantle in 1959, his second last season ...
North Coogee - History
... area may have been when Richard Goldsmith Meares who established a lime burning kiln in 1831, south of the Clarence townsite ... Features of the area included the Fremantle Smelting Works, just south of Island Street, which processed lead and base bullion from Kalgoorlie ... Further south at Robb Jetty, slaughter houses operated by Forrest, Emanuel Co, and Connor, Doherty and Durack existed, these slaughter houses essentially ...
List Of West Australian Football League Premiers - Premiers - Western Australian National Football League (1931–1979)
... Captain Coach Simpson Medal Venue Attendance Umpire(s) 1931 East Fremantle Subiaco 9.13 (67) – 7.7 (49) Juda Bee Barney Sheedy N/A Subiaco Oval 10,859 F O'Connor 1932 West ... Jerry Dolan N/A Subiaco Oval 20.874 Sparrow 1937 East Fremantle Claremont 14.13 (97) – 13.9 (87) Ross Hutchinson Ross Hutchinson N/A Subiaco Oval 16,46 ... (SD) Subiaco Oval 41,102 L Gardner 1962 Swan Districts East Fremantle 14.10 (94) – 10.16 (76) Haydn Bunton, Jr ...
Clive Lewington - Football Career
... Lewington played most of his football for South Fremantle in the years following World War Two and was used as a centreman ... He won a Sandover Medal in 1947 and finished the year in South Fremantle's premiership team, the first of three premierships he would play in ... He also won three Club Champion awards for South Fremantle during his career ...

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