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Paddocks to Pitches Soccer History

June 27, 2012 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media

We ask any football club througout WA to submit images of their best 2012 teams from U6-U16 for the chance to be featured in the upcoming Paddocks to Pitches book which will cover a history of WA football.

Full names of everyone in each image MUST be supplied of course. Those coaches/administrators in the pic must give their club position alongside their name.

What must come with the image is:

– The name of everyone in the picture – including club role

– Name of person who took the picture (if possible)

– Approval to use the picture

– Images not complying with the above will NOT be considered.

Please send all images to richardkreider@iinet.net.au

The deadline is midnight 2 July 2012.

“This is an ideal opportunity to have some of Western Australia’s up and coming

talent in the book of a lifetime before it is released later this year,” said author Richard Kreider.

Paddocks to Pitches covers practically every aspect about about the game in this State.

Junior football has been in operation since 1900, when four schools kicked it off.

In fact, it was so successful in schools, it very nearly toppled Australian Rules from being the number one football.