By Isabelle Stackpool For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:28 GMT, 4 March 2020 | Updated: 02:29 GMT, 4 March 2020
The biggest amateur Australian Rules league in Western Australia has banned its players from drinking in the changing rooms.
The Perth Football League is bringing in a number of reforms to foster a 'positive environment' and keep up with current liquor laws.
These changes will put a stop to the clubs selling alcohol before 1pm, drinking on buses, happy hour and bar staff in underwear known as 'skimpies'.
PFL general manager David Armstrong said that the reforms were being brought in to 'keep improving the cultural environment' of the clubs, according to The West Australian.
The Perth Football League, the largest in Western Australia, will introduce a series of alcohol reforms that ban drinking in the change room and encourage a positive culture
He noted that some clubs had reported a 'growing disrespect' among players.
This was particularly in relation to the