Perth Cats – WCE vs Geelong Cats ticketing and pre-game function info

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Hi Cats Fans,
First off, it was sad to hear about the passing on the weekend of 1963 Geelong Premiership Player and West Australian legend John K Watts, after a long illness. He was 80. A Bayswater native, Watts won flags with his beloved East Perth in the WAFL before playing for the Cats over a three year period which included the 1963 flag. He was well known for penning our club song which has been sung many a time in the past 10 years and more so in the wider WA community for his colourful post-playing career in the Perth media and beyond.

He was also a regular and very welcome guest of the Perth Cats at Pre-Game Functions over the years; last appearing in 2012 before our Round 1 game against the Dockers.

Vale ‘Wattsy’

TICKETING AND FUNCTION INFORMATION FOR THE EAGLES GAME, Thursday June 15. 

We of course have a bye this round, following our huge win over the Crows; but just a quick note on next Thursday with the Cats in town to play the Eagles at Subiaco Oval.

We have a couple of tickets left should you still require 1 or 2, but they will go very quickly. If you wish to attend or get more with your allocation, then please contact Peter Proposch  0416 130 651 or peter@proposchelectronics.com. Tickets will have to be picked up from our pre-game function before the game.

PRE-GAME FUNCTION 4PM-5.30PM @ THE IRISH CLUB

We’ll again be gathering downstairs at The Irish Club in Subiaco from 4pm for our pre-game function next Thursday. The Irish Club is on Townshend Road and a Tom Hawkins’ drop punt away from Subi oval; so on come down and fire up for the big game with some fellow Cats.

There’ll be a bar, some simple pub food and a raffle with some great prizes, including block-mounted posters, signed merch and other goodies. You’ll also have a chance to buy a ticket in our end of season raffle which again is a framed 2017 guernsey, signed by the entire squad.

At this stage we’re waiting to see if we’re able to have a guest along, as the time constraints and being a working/school day make it difficult; but it’s a FREE event regardless and always a great start to a match. Stay tuned – there’s more to come next week.

GO CATS!
Dennis Gedling
President.