For St Mary’s it was their first White Division Grand Final win in two attempts after going through the season undefeated, over running a gallant Seton College by 28 points, while for Corpus Christi College it was marvelous achievement taking out the 2012 Moore division title by 35 points over previous two time title holders John Septimus Roe ACS, after being promoted from the White division in 2011.
In front of a large crowd, in perfect playing conditions and in a terrific promotion for female football, the grand finals were played as the curtain raisers to WAWFL matches.
Competition patrons Debbie White and Alison Moore were on hand to present the WAFC Schoolgirls Cup and medallions to the players, coaches and umpires.
Alyce Correia (Corpus Christi), Belinda Smith (St Mary’s), Christine Bui (John Septimus Roe) and Kaitlin Battell (Seton) were awarded the match balls post game as recognition for being their schools best players in the grand final.
“The West Australian Football Commission greatly appreciates the support received from all participating schools and School Sport WA. I would also like to sincerely thank those teachers who gave up their time to coach a school football team in the competition. Without our dedicated teachers this program couldn’t run as successfully as it has for the past 16 years ” said WAFC Schools Competitions Manager Clayton Anderson.
Corpus Christi College 3.2 7.5 (47)
John Septimus Roe 1.0 2.0 (12)
Best: Corpus – Alyce Correia, Clare Kennedy, Rebecca Lu
JSR – Christine Bui, Jade Henke, Shani Briard
St Mary’s 4.3 6.4 (40)
Seton CC 1.0 2.0 (12)
Best: St Mary’s – Belinda Smith, Taniesha Quince, Jess Matthews
Seton CC – Kaitlin Battell, Daniele Zuvela, Shelby Pickersgill