RediMed Schoolboys Cup

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

The WAFC is proud to announce that local health services provider RediMed will be the new program partner for upper school boys football from 2015. The new three deal will see Year 11 and 12 boys compete for the “Schoolboys REDiMED Cup”. 

Annually over 3’500 students are given the opportunity to represent their school over 4 divisions of the “Schoolboys REDiMED Cup”. Competition runs throughout term 2 and provides a unique opportunity for students, teachers and umpires to be exposed to an enhanced level of competition which plays a vital role in student development in the areas teamwork and leadership.

The “Schoolboys REDiMED Cup” offers a well organised, efficient and high quality football competition. This year will be no exception, can Darling Range Sports College continue their fairy tale run and go back to back in the Cable Division. Who will step up and challenge for Jakovich title? Will Great Southern Grammar School have what it takes to defend their Walker Division crown?

85 Senior High Schools from Kununurra to Esperance, will begin their quest for “Schoolboys REDiMED Cup” glory when term 2 of the school year begins in May, with the pinnacle of the program  in July showcasing the final series which will decide  who will be the respective “Schoolboys REDiMED Cup” division Champions.

REDiMED is a proud partner of the “Schoolboys REDiMED Cup”,  RediMed, is recognized for its friendly, open and ‘can do’ approach, towards continually developing and delivering quality total health solutions to individuals, employees, employers, families and the greater community.

We wish all teams a rewarding year in the “Schoolboys REDiMED Cup” competition and thank all schools who continually provide the opportunity for their students to participate.

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