The continued growth of the football club can be attributed to our longstanding local ties with our Sydney Junior AFL Club Partners
Pennant Hills Demons Junior AFL Club
Located in the North West of Sydney, the Pennant Hills Demons Junior AFL Club continues to build on its short but proud history. At just over 45 years old, Pennant Hills already can boast of having four current players on the lists of AFL clubs, those being Lenny Hayes, Ray Hall, Mark and Jarrad McVeigh, and Kieren Jack.
The club attracts a lot of families locally and from interstate areas providing them with a broad spectrum of talent. Pennant Hills Demons Junior AFL Club continues to move in a positive direction as the kids are given the opportunity to improve on their skills in fantastic conditions. Priding themselves on the quality of coaching, and being only a small club, means that each player is important.
The Westbrook Junior AFL Club was formed in 1982 when it was obvious that Cherrybrook/West Pennant Hills was going to develop into a densely populated area. The original committee and players were from the Pennant Hills club who lived in the Cherrybrook area. The name Westbrook was selected as it combined elements from the names of the two suburbs where most of our players live. The colours Red, White and Blue were considered to represent the Hornsby Shire. With this colour combination, it followed that Westbrook would be known as the Bulldogs after the AFL team with the same colours.
The club prides itself on being a friendly, cultural and well-based community club that is always welcoming to any level player. The growth and footprint of Westbrook Junior AFL Club continues with many initiatives coming to fruition for Auskick & Girls growth, Youth alliance expansion, and facilities improvements. The club is also a part of the Northern Lights Youth Alliance, with teams created in alliance with Hornsby Berowra Eagles AFL Club.
The Hornsby Berowra Eagles AFL Club is a junior AFL Club with ages of players ranging from Auskick to Under 17’s, with both girls and boys teams. The club is also a part of the Northern Lights Youth Alliance, with teams created in alliance with the Westbrooke Junior AFL Club.
Their home ground is Rofe Park, Hornsby Heights NSW