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Bunbury Prince Of Wales Cup

February 13, 2017 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions

Bunbury Dynamoes put on a great preseason carnival yesterday.. some tired legs at the ends of the day..Backpackers FC…

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Bunbury Dynamos Prince of Wales Summer Cup

December 05, 2016 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Bunbury Dynamos are accepted into Football West State League

October 31, 2016 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions

Congratulations to Bunbury Dynamos for their acceptance into State League Division One for 2017.


September 15, 2016 By: Penny Category: Competitions

The Moes finished as Metropolitan Division One Winners after their 4-2 win over East Fremantle today.

Dynamos have a bye next week. But the 5 point buffer they achieved today is too much for Melville City to bridge in the last round.

Both teams are over ten points clear of their nearest rival. Melville take on Redbacks, who are currently third, at Celebration Park next Sunday at 11AM.

The title is good news for a club hoping to achieve State League status in 2017.

Metro Division One Championship

August 31, 2016 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Metro Division One women’s league. Taking it down to the wire … Gotta hand it to Dynamos. There’s no giving in. After a 4-2 win over league leaders Melville City, Dynamos take the top of the table and give Melville the smallest of windows via the last round of resuming the League Championship.

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August 31, 2016 By: Penny Category: Competitions


Metro Division One Current Second Placed Team Dynamos are looking to make the move into the Perth State League in 2017.

The club come with a strong winning pedigree from the South West competition.

Led by former State Players Lisa Ward and Deb Farrell (Dynamos Ladies Ambassador), the coaching team of Dave Goldsmith Nancey Kusin, Goal Keeper Coach Michael Caddy and a host of capable young players, Dynamos have consistently maintained numbers and performances throughout this year in Metro Division One. Maintaining numbers has been one of the downfalls of Bunbury sides in previous forays into Perth state leagues.

If their place in WSL is determined by performance then they thoroughly deserve it. However the hard yards come with having to supply multiple teams to support their WSL application.

Let’s not forget WNPL is coming and clubs who want the profile and top level of competition will be searching for entry into the current WSL to achieve that.

THE MATCH OF THE ROUND this week must be Melville MD1 v Bunbury Dynamos at Winthrop today at 1pm.

The outcome of this match will determine the league and Melville will have to pull out all stops to retain their place at the top of the league in their last two games. Only one point separates the two sides.

You couldn’t find two sides with such differing styles. Melville play with a central group of long lived club players who play with pure passion and alongside multiple combinations of youthful support from the junior players within the club.

Dynamos have a structured disciplined style that is tough to break down. The heart of their team is Lisa Ward, a vocal, physical, talented committed Bunbury player through and through.

It will be a cracking game!

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