The Club has amazing volunteers who have worked tirelessly to keep the club viable over the past few years since the amalgamation between Mawson Football Club and O'Sullivan Beach Football Club in 2001.
On the morning of the 11th of October 2017 a deliberately lit fire burnt the shed of the football club where guernseys, medical equipment, merchandise, tools, sporting equipment and much of the clubs memorabilia was stored.
Over 150 children and young people play for the club and are devastated to have lost their hard earned trophies and training equipment.
Throughout 2017 the club has worked hard to expand now providing women and girls teams. Currently the club's senior men's teams are in the process of transitioning to the Adelaide Football League (Amateur League) whilst the juniors remain in the Southern Football League.
There is a lot of work being undertaken by our volunteers to make this happen. The extra burden of recovering from this senseless arson attack will stretch the club further.
The approximate costs of the damage is in excess of $70,000.
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