The 2023 season for the Rockingham Rams Football Club’s League side proved to be a challenging journey. Unfortunately, it was a winless season that was punctuated by significant injuries to key players. However, amidst the setbacks, the season showcased a silver lining as we prioritised the development of our younger players.
Despite the winless record, the club successfully provided opportunities for its emerging talents to gain valuable experience on the senior stage. This investment in youth promises to serve as a foundation and catalyst for a renewed vigour in the upcoming 2024 season. As we reflect on the trials of the 2023 season, we remain optimistic about the bright prospects and potential awaiting in 2024.


ROCKINGHAM RAMS Reserves Update 2023

Season 2023 started with high expectations after going back-to-back
premiers and playing off in the last 5 Grand Finals.
Round 1 started off well with an 84pt win over Waroona and we proceeded to win the next 7 games with our first loss coming at the hands of a stacked Pinjarra team.
At the halfway point of the season, we were equal on top with Sth Mand, things were looking good and the team was gelling well.
We continued on playing consistent football each week even with ins and outs due to the senior team being struck by a number of unlucky injuries.
In round 16 we lost a crucial game to Halls Head which would ultimately cost us second spot on the ladder heading into the finals.
So we headed into an Elimination Final against Mundijong at Sth Mand,at halftime we led by 16pts and things were looking good.For some reason after that we just stopped and Mundi got on a roll that we could not stop. 
We ended our season with a 15pt loss and there was a lot of soul searching done over the next few weeks seeing how the finals ended up panning out and what could have been.
So looking forward to 2024 we have our 70th year Anniversary. The players have been training well all preseason both League and Reserves teams look forward to getting back to where we belong and that is playing a competitive exciting brand of football, winning games and playing finals with the dream of more flags.

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Our Seniors Coaching and Support Staff

Our men are a dedicated, hardworking team of individuals. If you want to know more, check out the profiles below..

ashley snow

Ashley Snow

League Coach

Inaugural peel league premiership player who also made the move to the rams. Club premiership player and fairest and best winner. League & Club Coach, Looking to take the next generation of young men on a clear pathway to being the best footballers they can.

-1992 inaugural peel league premiership player
-200+ games Mundijong FC
-League captain
-Peel cavalier member 92/93
-Top ten Mandurah mail medal 1992
-3 time premiership player Rockingham Rams reserves 96/97/98
-Fairest and best and team captain
-Coached over 150 league and Reserves games in the PFL

Damien Mollison

Reserves Coach

Former Victorian superstar who came to WA and luckily for us turned up at the Rams. Premiership player, club captain, multiple club & league Fairest and best winner Molly has shown on and off the field how to be a leader and what being a club person is all about. Building a powerful reserves side that is getting stronger and stronger.

-157 games at rennie seniors
-25 games at Mulwala seniors
-164 games at Mulwala res
-17 games at CDHBU seniors(premiership)
-155 games at Rocko res
-5 games at Rocko seniors
-Seniors 204 games
-Reserves 319 games
-2007 League Premiership CDHBU
-3 x Team of the Year seniors Coreen FL
-Vice Capt Senior Rennie FC 2002-2004
-2 x League Club Runners Up B & F
-2 x Reserves League B & F
-4 x Reserves League Runners Up B & F
-5 x Reserves Club B & F
-6 x Reserves Runners Up B & F
-2014 Reserves League MVP
-Senior Assistant Coach Rennie FC 2001-2004
-Rocko Reserves Coach 2015 – Current

Damien Mollison

Josh Higgins

Josh Higgins

Colts Coach

Josh has been playing footy for 18 years, winning 4 premierships along the way and has played Colts, Reserves and League at Rockingham.
Josh is passionate about player development, both on and off the field, and he knows that he can get the best out of a young and aspiring team. He knows all the senior coaches at the Rams and has built a training and game program that directly aligns with our Year 11/12 program through to the League team. This ensures clear and direct alignment with the Colts program into senior football.
A message from Josh:
” I’m very eager and keen to get into it. I love seeing development within people, not as just players but
developing them as young people on and off the field. I’m excited to create a close knit team where I’m seen as an approachable coach and a players coach where feedback, ideas and all around involvement is encouraged! “