Great Southern Football League celebrates 30th anniversary in season 2021

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GSFL league coaches Jamie Ramm, Leigh Hislop, Andrew Ruck, Alan Smallwood, Mark Bayliss and David Johnson.
Camera IconGSFL league coaches Jamie Ramm, Leigh Hislop, Andrew Ruck, Alan Smallwood, Mark Bayliss and David Johnson. Credit: Taj Stubber

The Great Southern Football League officially launched their 2021 season at Centennial Stadium on Monday night.

Players, coaches and officials from all six clubs attended, along with league directors and life members, with the GSFL celebrating its 30th season.

Claremont Football Club league coach Ashley Prescott and captain Declan Mountford.
Camera IconClaremont Football Club league coach Ashley Prescott and captain Declan Mountford. Credit: Taj Stubber

Manypeaks raised-footballer and Claremont Football Club co-captain Declan Mountford was a special guest at the launch with Tigers league coach Ashley Prescott.

The pair gave an insight into football at the high level and spoke about the large number of Great Southern players currently representing Claremont.

Claremont Football Club captain Declan Mountford and coach Ashley Prescott at the GSFL Launch.
Camera IconClaremont Football Club captain Declan Mountford and coach Ashley Prescott at the GSFL Launch. Credit: Taj Stubber

GSFL president Joe Burton gave his season address and newest life member Rod Gillies officially opened the season.

Check out albanyadvertiser.com.au to read our detailed previews on all six GSFL league clubs, plus fixtures ahead of the season starting this weekend.

Great Southern Football League president Joe Burton.
Camera IconGreat Southern Football League president Joe Burton. Credit: Cameron Newbold

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