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Official name
Brentwood Booragoon Football Club

Known as
Brentwood Booragoon

1978 as the Brentwood Amateur Football Club; altered name to Brentwood Booragoon after the 2005 football season

Blue, red and white


Affiliation (Current)
West Australian Amateur Football League (WAAFL) –2024

Senior Premierships
WAAFL C4 Grade - 2013 (1 total); E Grade - 1993 (1 total)


Brentwood Booragoon

Formed in 1978 Brentwood was admitted to the WAAFL's I Grade competition the same year. In both 1978 and 1979 the Bulldogs were losing grand finalists in I Grade. Their first senior premiership arrived in 1993 in E Grade. In 2005 club members voted to change the club's name from Brentwood to Brentwood Booragoon. The club's most recent senior premiership came in 2013 via a 5.11 (41) to 5.5 (35) defeat of Swan View in the C4 Grade grand final. The last three seasons have seen the Bulldogs experience the highs and lows of the game. In 2014 they qualified for the C3 Grade grand final but lost by 56 points to Kenwick. The following year they managed just a solitary win in C2 Grade and were promptly demoted back to C3 Grade where they finished second from last in both 2016 and 2017 before improving by one place in 2018, a result that was repeated the following year

Perhaps the most noteworthy feat by a Brentwood player was Vern Hudson’s trio of D Grade fairest and best player award wins during the 1980s. Hudson also won two club fairest and best trophies.


John Devaney - Full Points Publications



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