Welcome

Below are a few of our player’s skills and experiences that they bring to Perth Dragons Floorball Club and a bit of History of Perth Dragons.  

Adam "Pearcy" Pearce

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Started with the club: 2011
Current position: Goal Keeper


Represented Australia at World Floorball Championships (WFC)
2014 - Gothenburg, Sweden 

Coralie "Coz" Pearce

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Started with the club: 2011
Current position: Defender


State committee representation
2010 to 2018 - Secretary of Floorball WA

Represented Australia at the Asian and Pacific Championships (APAC)
2011 - Australia, including All-star line (defender)

Represented Australia at 4 Nations Tournament
2006 - Poland

Australian Floorball Open (AFO)
2008 - All-star line (defender) & 2nd MVP

2014 - State winner of Development of Floorball in WA

Team Official for Australia Men's at the Asian and Pacific Championships (APAC)
2008 - Perth, Australia

Louella "Lou Lou" Eaton

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Started with the club: 2013

Current position: Center


Represented Australia at World Floorball Championships (WFC) Under 19s
2018 - Switzerland

Molly Dickson

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Started with the club: 2017

Current position: Forward


Represented Australia at World Floorball Championships (WFC) Under 19s
2018 - Switzerland

Robin Walsh

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Started with the club: 2017

Current position: Forward


Represented Australia at World Floorball Championships (WFC) Under 19s
2018 - Switzerland

Sam "Pedro" Polglaze

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Started with the club: 2012

Current position: Center


Represented Australia at World Floorball Championships (WFC) Under 19s
2013 - Germany

Australian Floorball Open (AFO)
2017 - Club Champions 

Timothy "Tater" Boteler

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Started with the club: 2011

Current position: Forward


Represented Australia at World Floorball Championships (WFC) 

2008 - Bratislava 2014 - Gothenburg, Sweden

Coached Australia at WFC (Women’s) 2013 - South Korea (2nd Assistant Coach)

Represented Australia at APAC 2014 - New Zealand

Represented Australia at APAC Under 19s 2008 - Perth, Australia

Australian Floorball Open (AFO) 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2018 - club champions, with multiple All Star line-ups

GO DRAGONS

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Northam Floorball Open

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Team Dragons took part in the Northam Floorball Open held in October 2017.


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Club Profile

Perth Dragons Floorball Club was established in 2011 when a group of friends decided to help expand the sport of Floorball and establish their own club, in the northern corridor of Perth. The club started with 8 existing players, which soon grew to 25 players within 2 years as we welcomed friends to join. In its first year the club took out the B division premiership.  

Perth Dragons Floorball Club is a north of the river based floorball club which boasts two senior teams and are looking at developing a junior program. It is expected that the Club will operate in 2017/2018 with over 50 players, members, supporters and other sponsors, not to mention the vast networks of individuals associated with each of these groups.  PDFC is currently in a phase of growth, with the significant majority of its registered players in the surrounding councils of City of Joondalup, City of Stirling, City of Swan and City of Wanneroo, plus many others throughout the City of Perth. 

Objectives

Perth Dragons Floorball Club aims to encourage, promote and foster the game of Floorball in Joondalup and surrounding districts and promote activities between its members and friends to ensure the ongoing success of PDFC. PDFC is committed to providing a friendly, family orientated, constructive and inclusive environment for its members and places great value on fairness, sportsmanship, safety and socially acceptable behaviour.