Club Statement: Barry Wilders

Aaron Oubid

Club legend resigns

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Baldivis Districts FC regrets to inform its members that after an illustrious 8-year tenure, Founder, Club Stalwart, and Senior Coach Barry Wilders has tendered his resignation, effective immediately. 

Barry has played an instrumental role not only as a key figurehead of Baldivis Districts FC but also within the broader sporting community. His unwavering passion, exemplary leadership, and relentless drive have left an indelible mark. 

The club acknowledges Barry’s significant contributions, and his absence will undoubtedly be felt. 

Under Barry’s guidance, the club achieved numerous titles, showcasing his professionalism and wealth of experience, including the recent triumph of the division six title in the last season. 

The club expresses its deepest gratitude to Barry for his overwhelming dedication and wishes him the very best in his future endeavors. 

In light of this transition, the club is pleased to announce the interim appointment of former player Chloe Dale and assistant coach Aaron Oubid as joint interim head coaches. The club looks forward to their leadership during this period of transition and appreciates the continued support of its members.

 

Achievements

Life Member

2018 – Winner South Metro Division One

2019 – Runner-up South Metro Division Two

2021 – Winner South Metro Division One 

2021- Runner Up Women’s League Cup

2023 – Winner Division Six

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