West Kimberley Football Association

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The West Kimberley Football Association is an Australian rules football competition in the far North West of Western Australia.

The league covers an area from Bidyadanga in the west to Derby in the east. Games are played during the day in Broome and Derby with the majority of games and all finals taking place on Haynes Oval in Broome. At the end of the 2005 season there were eight teams participating – Broome Bulls, Broome Saints, Towns, Bidyadanga Emus, Peninsula Bombers, Cable Beach, Derby Lightning and Mowanjum Hawks. In 2006 the Looma Eagles joined the competition after leaving the Central Kimberley Football League (CKFL).

Recent premierships[edit]

2014 Cable Beach, 2013 Looma, 2012 Cable Beach, 2011 Cable Beach, 2010 Saints,2009 Cable Beach, 2008 Towns, 2007 Cable Beach, 2006 Saints, 2005 Saints, 2004 Bidyadanga, 2003 Towns, 2002 Towns, 2001 Bulls, 2000 Peninsular Bombers (Beagle Bay), 1999 Bulls, 1998 Bulls, 1997 Bulls, 1996 Cable Beach, 1995 Bulls.

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