Perth and South Fremantle will play for the inaugural Cable-Michael Cup at Brownes Stadium in Round 16 of the WAFL this Saturday and to celebrate the occasion, fans can attend the game for a gold coin donation thanks to event sponsors, Middletons.
The Cable-Michael Cup has been named in honour of respective club legends Barry Cable and Stephen Michael and will also form part of the WAFL’s NAIDOC Week celebrations.
The Colts and Reserves times have been brought forward to accommodate additional activities that are scheduled on the day.Colts 8.45am
The event will also celebrate Indigenous culture and highlight the outstanding contributions made by Indigenous players, coaches and volunteers to the WAFL.
Proudly supported by Middletons, The Department of Health – Aboriginal Division, The Department of Sport and Recreation and the WA Football Commission, the day will also include an U15s Indigenous exhibition match played at the conclusion of the League game.
Other features of the day will include:
- Gates open at 9am
- Entry by gold coin donation
- Welcome to Country by Richard Walley
- Barry Cable to toss the coin
- Teams wearing specially designed NAIDOC Jumpers
- Special guest past players from PFC and SFFC
- Free medical health screening booth
- Live performance from the Bartlett Brothers
Other Round 16 WAFL games:
- East Perth v Peel Thunder – 2.10pm Medibank Stadium
- Claremont v Swan Districts – 2.10pm Claremont Oval
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