Following the dismantling of the Western Australian Football Association at the end of the 2008 season Forrestdale, in common with most of the competition’s other former clubs, transferred to the Western Australian Amateur Football League, commencing in G Grade. Fortunes have been distinctly mixed. The 2016 season saw the Falcons lining up in C4 Grade where they endured a dismal time losing all 16 matches contested to finish a distant last. Then, in 2017 they proved unable to field a reserves team meaning that they were debarred from the WAAFL's mainstream competition and required to play in E1 Grade. They performed solidly, winning five of their 16 matches to finish seventh (of nine). A year later they did somewhat better, qualifying for the finals and ultimately coming fourth. In 2019 the Falcons proved able to field a reserves team and as a result they were re-installed in C4 Grade. They found the going tough, winning just three of their 16 fixtures to finish second last on the 11 team premiership ladder.
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