Around The Club: April 2015
- Thursday, 02 April 2015
Amidst the preparations for another Good Friday showdown with East Perth; Subiaco’s colts aided the club by delivering promotional flyers to the community.
However for youngsters Thomas Lowndes and Josh Underwood, a little bit of club promotion turned into much more as they had to become crime-stoppers in the Leederville area.
“We were delivering some pamphlets to promote the game and in Leederville and encountered a distressed lady claiming that her purse had been stolen out of her house. As the commotion was happening a suspicious looking couple walked across our path and me and Josh confronted them, said Lowndes
Lowndes and Underwood were employed by the Subiaco marketing staff to deliver flyers advertising this Friday’s game but were coincidentally present to help a Leedy local.
“It turns out it the couple we confronted were in her house, so we reported the details to the police and they believe the purse was thrown away in a car-park. The lady was pretty startled so it was good to be of some assistance.”
Lowndes, a part of the leadership group and Underwood a regular defender will be hoping their off-field karma finds them on Good Friday as the colts search for their first win of the season.
Members of Subiaco’s 1973 premiership side re-united at the Paddington Ale House to reminisce on the past and their monumental premiership. Football club director Basil Fuller was delighted to have Ian Cunningham, Fred Davenport, Peter Metropolis, Alan Shepheard and Roch Devenish-Mears back together to recollect on the club's rich history.
The Subiaco Football Club and Schofield family are raising money for our head coaches nephew who was born with a are brain malformation, Lissencephaly which affects development.
To fundraise for his therapy and ongoing medical costs his family are selling the Entertainment Book. Make a difference and help out here! https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/9n21594