History of the Bulls
Club formed in 1949
First game: Sunday 17 July 1949 between the Towns team and Meatworks in a practice game. The final score was Towns 4:8 - 32 points, Meatworks 3:3 - 21 points. Nick Hansen (Meatworks) played strongly for the greater portion of the game. 'Mr Adlam, who had charge of the whistle, did a very satisfactory job'.
First Captain: Arthur Shackleton
14 Premierships: 1950, 1954, 1957, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1970, 1982, 1989, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001.
WKFA Fairest and Best Winners: 1982 Ron Foy, 1997 Chad McElroy, 1998 Clem Rodney.
Hall of Fame: Don 'Billy Bunter' Entwhistle, Peter Talman, Mick Hansen, Lenny Molan, Doug Stewart, Norm Back, Greg Fiorenza, Bob Noble, Ross Highway, Gavin Greaves.
Meatworks Life Members: Graeme McKenzie, Alfie Court, Ross and Carol Highway, Peter Fitzmaurice, Paul Mercer, Les Rogers, Gary "Freak" Burton, Darren Banfield, Tony Hart (Current President) & Jamie Findlay
Len Molan kicked 16 goals in the Grand Final of 1950 when they defeated Towns by 22 goals and also beat Towns in the 1954 Grand Final by 10 goals. Meatworks have always been renowned for their muscle, vigour and determination. Jamie Findlay played for Perth in 1995 at full back. In 1998 Shaun (Muddy) Waters kicked 22 goals in a fixtured game against Bidyadanga. This is an all time record tally for this Association.