The South West Football League (SWFL)’s IPS-sponsored Indigenous Round is this weekend – and we’re getting excited!
The Indigenous Recognition Game, which will be held on August 30 at Kelly Park in Bunbury, is being organised and hosted by Carey Park Football Club. Clubs and Leagues will come together to recognise the Indigenous Round on the day, and celebrate the positive impact that Aboriginal Footballers have had on the game of Australian Rules Football.
Carey Park and Collie Eagles have a long history in the SWFL for showcasing an amazing day for the Indigenous Recognition Game. It is a game that each Club and their supporters look forward to every season.
IPS Business Consultant and Carey Park Women’s team player Joanne Hill will present the special match day ball to the best League player on the day.
WA Football Commission and WA Country Football League representatives will also be at the Indigenous Recognition game. Other special guests on the day include Syd Jackson, Troy Ugle, Brad Collard, Stephen Michael, Aaron Hill, Murray Collard.
The SWFL’s message for the day is, “As we work towards reconciliation, please join with us to celebrate the IPS Indigenous Round, and our united stand against racism at all levels in Australian Rules Football.”
IPS Business Consultant and Carey Park player Joanne Hill, IPS Director Damien Chalk, and Carey Park Women’s Team Captain Kandice Hart get ready for the big day.
IPS delivers innovative and focused consulting services that inspire people and provide purpose for our clients. We embrace opportunities to create meaningful pathways for Indigenous communities and businesses.
IPS Management Consultants acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of Country throughout Australia, and their continuing connection to land, water, and community. We pay our respects to Elders both past and present, and we extend that respect to all First Nations people.