P.O. Box 14, Inglewood, Western Australia 6932
Charles Riley Reserve
Western Australian Amateur Football League (WAAFL) since 1964
Red, yellow and black
In recent years, North Beach has been far and away the most successful club in West Australian amateur football. Formed as recently as 1964, the Tigers began life with their senior grade team in D Grade. By the early 1970s they had progressed to B Grade and the 1977 season brought a first taste of A Grade football. With the exception of the 1980 and 1981 seasons, when the sided had dropped back to B Grade, North Beach has been an A Grade club ever since. After merely making up the numbers for most of the 1980s it claimed its first A Grade flag in 1989 and has since gone on to add eleven more, including the last half a dozen in succession. Prior to the onset of the North Beach dynasty no WAAFL club had ever managed to capture more than three consecutive A Grade premierships.\n\nThe spirit of achievement pervades all areas of the North Beach Football Club with its third and fourth teams, reserve grade, and various colts sides all enjoying premiership success at various times.
John Devaney - Full Points Publications