Mount Compass Football Club centenary celebrations

Jun 20, 2024

Mount Compass Football Club celebrates 100 years (1924-2024)

All past players, coaches and supporters are invited to help celebrate the Club’s 100th season.
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Friday, 19th July
Senior Training, Meet and Greet and Dinner at Club from 6pm.
All welcome.
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Saturday, 20th July, Round 13

Home Game v Encounter Bay
Centenary Ball
Time: 6pm @ Town Hall
Tickets: $60 ea


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Sunday 21st July
Centenary Luncheon hosted by Bruce Abernethy

Sports and Social Club
Time: 12 NOON
Tickets: $65 ea


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Centenary Book available:
Battlers to Bulldogs – The Mount Compass Football Club
A Centenary Celebration
Author: Steve KETTLE
Price: $50 ea
Contact Karen Adams and/or Mark Nash via the club or email
(a ‘Centenary Wine’ will also be available to purchase)
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Established: 1924
Mascot: Bulldog
Colours: Maroon & Gold
Joined GSFL: 1940
(After World War II, Mount Compass joined the Southern Football League and played for seven seasons until transferring back to the Great Southern Football League in 1952). 
Premierships (5): 1954, 1959, 1980, 2016, 2017.
Runners-up (4): 1977, 1979, 1990, 2015.
K. GRIMWOOD (1953)
R. PENNO (1957)
C. TONKIN (1960, 62)
M. BURDETT (2007)
P. HOBAN (2016)
N. DANIEL (2017) 
Colin EKERS (2023)
Perrin HICKS (2023)
Neville MILLER
Des ROOCKE (2024)
Bob MARTIN (2024)

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Although there have been many lean years between the five treasured premierships, the strong community spirit has ensured this Club’s survival.

Mount Compass Football Club has led the way in becoming the first to have purpose-built clubrooms in 1957, was the first to have their own licensed premises in 1977 and was once again the League leader in Club facilities when the Community clubrooms were opened in 1985. 

With the playing field now being levelled considerably through the salary cap and points scheme the future is looking even brighter for the never say die, Mount Compass Bulldogs.

The Club looks forward to celebrating the next 100 years…

Images courtesy of Mount Compass Football Club

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