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CoJ Starts Work on New Chichester Clubrooms
Joondalup Council has started work on redeveloping Woodvale’s Chichester Park. The $5.6 million project will include a new Community Sporting Facility, which will feature changerooms that better cater for the increasing number of female users, a referee's room, first aid and meeting rooms, toilets, a kitchen, storage areas and a covered verandah. More parking bays, a new barbecue/picnic area and underground drainage for the southern playing field will also form part of the project.
Almost 30 years old, the existing clubrooms are heavily used in winter by Woodvale FC, Kingsley Westside SC and WA Christian Football Association. Issues include the small size and condition of the meeting room and kitchen, limited storage space and drainage problems on the southern playing field.
Woodvale FC is very grateful to CoJ and local stakeholders for supporting this exciting community project.
Season Honours 2021
Finals were back on in 2021 after the hiatus last year. The U15 NDV1 team made it to the Grand Final, losing to Wembley Downs in a hard-fought match, while the U16 DV2 Girls just missed out on a Grand Final spot, losing narrowly to Port Kennedy in the semi-final. The Woodvale FC Women had a big season, finishing second in NDV2 with 13 wins, 4 draws and only 4 losses. Well done to all the players, coaches and managers!
Let There Be Light!
Timberlane Park finally got floodlights, thanks to the support of club sponsor Member for Kingsley Jessica Stojkovski and the City of Joondalup. To celebrate, the club held a Lights-Up event attended by hundreds of WFC members and their families. Jessica, Joondalup Mayor Albert Jacob and Councillor Christoper May were also in attendance to officially switch on the lights.
2021 Kai Nell Award
Woodvale FC presents the Kai Nell Memorial Award every year to someone who has strived above and beyond the normal call of duty to support the club. The 2021 award was presented to Janelle Potter in recognition of her many years of volunteering work in multiple roles, including Club Secretary.