Central Midlands Coastal Football League gearing up for another season with the 2024 fixture release

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Jurien Bay are the reigning CMCFL champions.
Camera IconJurien Bay are the reigning CMCFL champions. Credit: Jurien Bay Football Club

The footy season is right around the corner as teams begin to hit the track and the Central Midlands Coastal Football League releasing fixtures for the 2024 season.

Round one for the new season will kick off on April 20, and it sees the reigning champions Jurien Bay travel to take on their rivals Cervantes.

Cervantes had previously dominated, winning every match-up in the past six years, but Jurien Bay beat them not just in the regular season but again in the finals en route to the big dance.

The Tiger Sharks will be looking for redemption after they failed to reach the grand final for the first time since 2017.

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The other round one match-up sees Moora hosting Lancelin Ledge Point, as both teams will be looking to improve on their forgettable 2023 season, while the league runners-up Dandaragan get the bye in round one.

Moora won just one game last season after reaching the grand final the year before, but come into this season with new head coach Kallen Williams at the reins.

Meanwhile Lancelin Ledge Point are just two years removed from their five-straight grand final appearances.

They will be looking to turn the ship around as the 2024 grand final venue was announced to be Lancelin and hosted by the Pirates on August 31.

The JJ Lussick Medal dinner for the league’s best and fairest will be hosted by Cervantes this year, on August 22.

Key fixtures in the calendar include the Belt Up Round in round five and the Think Mental Health Round in round nine.

The break for country championships will be between rounds 12 and 13, with the competition taking place from July 12-14.

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