General Meeting :
Monday Ist May Downtowner
Big things are happening in the league. The new clubs are thriving in the competition with the older clubs solidfying the way they play. The Interleague competition has been played showing just how able our league is finishing with a championship and runner-up place.
The Warragul and District Junior Football League have joined a long term partnership with Hanson Construction Materials.
The mutual trading relationships between the Warragul & District Junior Football League and its thirteen affiliated clubs, have entered into a partnership arrangement that can deliver our junior football program in the Warragul and surrounding area’s.
The 2017 Warragul & District Junior Football League fixture is available here
The W&DJFL have introduced a Match Day Official position in 2016. The MDO will be identified by a pink vest before, during and after each game. The MDO is a visible first point of contact to assist with any queries on match related matters for home and visiting club officials, parents, spectators, umpires, etc. Let's all give our support for the pink vest.
The Warragul & District Junior Football League encompasses 13 Junior Clubs in a geographical area between Garfield and Yarragon Towns.
Reward & Recognition program Launched (see News)
The W&DJFL recently launched its Reward and Recognition program aligning its values and behaviours with a zero tolerance approach to anti social attitudes in a sporting environment.