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3 3 Every Week 6 Collectables 7 Tipping WAFC 19 Club Notes 20 Stats 21 Scoreboards and ladders 22 Fixtures Feature 4-5 Medal men to add another to their list Game time 8 Colts, previews 9 preview 10 Colts Preliminary Final Claremont v East Perth 10 Preliminary Final Subiaco v Claremont 11 Preliminary Final Subiaco v South Fremantle 12 AFL First Semi-Final GWS v West Coast Contents
4 4 BULLDOGS BAC for MEDAL For most aspiring AFL players an invitation to the AFL Draft Combine would be the highlight of a lifetime. Publisher This publication is proudly produced for the WA Football Commission by Media Tonic. Phone Fax Sales: Editor Ross Lewis Photography Andrew Ritchie, Duncan Watkinson, Showcase photgraphix Design & layout Jacqueline Holland Direction Design and Print Printing Data Documents Cover WAFL captains, Kyal Horsley and Ryan Cook, are ready for the preliminary final. The Football Budget is printed on Gloss 90gsm paper, which is sourced from a sustainably managed forest and uses manufacturing processes of the highest environmental standards. Bouncedown is printed by an Environmental Accredited printer. The magazine is 100% recyclable. In Tim Kelly s case there might be a couple of other achievements in the next week that could be just as memorable and may enhance his cause at the top league s annual player examination. Kelly has enjoyed such an outstanding season with South Fremantle in the WAFL that he is the Football Budget s choice for this year s Sandover Medal, to be announced on Monday. And he is entering this weekend as a key part of the Bulldogs league premiership assault in the Preliminary Final against Subiaco. At 23, Kelly is considered a mature-aged recruit. But some players develop later and the Bulldogs can attest to his impact on their finals push in The Palmyra Junior Football Club product didn t miss a match in the home-and-away season, averaging a tad over 26 possessions. But it is the electrifying nature in which he attracted WAFL admission prices $25 Adult* $20 Concession* Free Children 15 and under *Includes a copy of Football Budget Find us on Copyright No part of this publication may be reproduced or stored in a retrieval system without the permission of the publisher. Opinions expressed in the Football Budget are not necessarily those of the WAFC. The WAFC or affiliated clubs believe that the material produced in this publication is accurate, but gives no warranty in relation thereto and disclaims all liability for claims against the WAFC or affiliated clubs, Media Tonic, its employees, agents, or any other person, which may rise from any person acting on the materials contained herein. Registered by Australia Post - PP642521/00112» Clint Jones» Tim Kelly many touches that made his some a danger in the South Fremantle midfield. However, the Football Budget panel expects the Sandover Medal count to be a friendly battle with Kelly s Bulldogs midfield teammate Haiden Schloithe. It wouldn t be unusual for two players from the same team to be in a head-to-head battle for the WAFL s prestigious award. In 2014 West Perth s Aaron Black and Shane Nelson had a duel for the medal that went to the final round of voting. Black eventually won with 47 votes while Nelson and Claremont s Luke Blackwell polled 46. There was some support for Perth veteran Clint Jones, even though his Demons won just three matches, limiting his ability to poll top votes. But there is a precedent. Jones Demons teammate Aidan Tropiano won the 2015 medal even though Perth won two matches for the season INELIGIBLE PLAYERS Player Rnd Tallan Ames (Swan Districts) R6 Dion Anthony (East Fremantle) R23 James Batterham (West Perth) R20 Blair Bell (Peel) R11 Aaron Black (West Perth) R2 Adam Cockie (Subiaco) R11 Ryan Cook (South Fremantle) R13 Adam Creeper (Subiaco) R16 Josh Deluca (Peel) R16 Cam Eardley (East Fremantle) R19 David Ellard (Swan Districts) R22 Jarrod Garlett (South Fremantle) R12 Callum Hart (East Perth) R15 Aaron Heal (Subiaco) R19 Tom Hodgson (East Perth) R11 Declan Jackson (Subiaco) R20 Leroy Jetta (Peel) R8 Malcolm Karpany (East Perth) R1 Jonathan Marsh (East Fremantle) R5 Cody Ninyette (Perth) R17 Drew Petrie (East Perth) R10 Matt Riggio (Swan Districts) R20 Jayden Schofield (East Fremantle) R8 Cam Symonds (East Fremantle) R21 Blayne Wilson (South Fremantle) R2 Nick Winmar (Claremont) R12 Charge Rough conduct Rough conduct Rough conduct Rough conduct Rough conduct Rough conduct Rough conduct Rough conduct Rough conduct Rough conduct Penalty 1 match 5 matches 1 match 1 match 2 matches 1 match 2 matches 2 matches
5 5 CKED MOMENT FOOTBALL BUDGET TIPSTER SELECTIONS ROSS LEWIS (FOOTBALL BUDGET) 1st: Haiden Schloithe (SF) 2nd: Tim Kelly (SF) 3rd: Jye Bolton (C) Hard luck story: Aaron Black (WP) a suspension in Round 2 will deny Black another medal but it didn t hinder another outstanding season with the Falcons. DAVID LINDSAY (91.3 SPORTFM) 1st: Shane Nelson (WP) 2nd: Tim Kelly (SF) 3rd: Haiden Schloithe (SF) Hard luck story: Jonathan Marsh (EF) started the season in electrifying form but a mid-season injury, suspension and the Sharks poor season keep him out of contention. RUSSELL REID (THE WEST AUSTRALIAN) 1st: Haiden Schloithe (SF) 2nd: Tim Kelly (SF) 3rd: Liam Ryan (S) Hard luck story: Chris Phelan (S) - was on course for another outstanding campaign before being struck down by injury. Missed a lot of chances to get votes in successful Subiaco team. BRETT SPRIGG (ABC RADIO) 1st: Tim Kelly (SF) 2nd: Shane Nelson (WP) 3rd: Haiden Schloithe (SF) Hard luck story: Jonathon Marsh (EF) should poll votes for the struggling Sharks, but ruled ineligible after Round 5. TRACEY LEWIS (FOOTBALL BUDGET) 1st: Clint Jones (P) 2nd: Tim Kelly (SF) 3rd: Adam Faulkner (SD) Hard luck story: Rory O Brien (PT) was one of the club s consistent performers but might be overshadowed by AFL players coming in and out of the Peel line-up. MARK READINGS (CHANNEL 7) 1st: Tim Kelly (SF) 2nd: Clint Jones (P) 3rd: Leigh Kitchin (S) Hard luck story: Liam Ryan (S) tough for a forward to win the medal, especially in a team as talent-laden as Subiaco.» Haiden Schloithe By Ross Lewis
6 6 by Sean Cowan Collectables During 2017, the Football Budget will again feature a section on WAFL memorabilia and invites you to write or if you want more information about the football collectables you have tucked away at home. I just love a memorabilia mystery. For me, part of the attraction of collecting footy memorabilia is to be able to connect an item to a particular team, player or event. These types of items are often the most valuable, too. For instance, a jumper worn in a famous grand final victory or a coin used in the toss before a crucial game are pieces that any serious collector would covet. In my collection, I have a few such items. For instance, I have the Chesson footy used in the game with the highest aggregate score in WAFL history (Swans Districts to Subiaco 20.7) and the whistle used by umpire Fred Ryan in the 1946 grand final, among others. The key to these items, both for the collector s own piece of mind and for the items future value, is in the provenance. After all, how do you prove that an old football was one used in a particular match? And if you can t prove it, why should anyone pay top dollar for it? Without the provenance, it s just an old footy. Before buying such an item, a serious collector will always do their research. So, when Peter contacted me recently to talk about one of the most important physical items in WA football history, I started researching it straight away. The item in question was an old football that was supposedly used in the game between WA and Victoria at the 1921 national carnival. That match saw WA s first ever victory over the Big V, while a follow-up victory over South Australia earned WA the title of national champions for the first time. For collectors of WA footy memorabilia, a footy from that carnival would be one of those holy grail items. The first question to ask Peter, obviously, was how he came by the ball. And his answer was very encouraging. Peter is the great grandson of legendary umpire Henry Ivo Crapp, who officiated in that particular game and was beloved by crowds in both Perth and Melbourne. Peter s grandmother (Ivo s daughter) gave Peter the ball on his 15 th birthday, along with an album of cuttings covering Ivo s career. Written on the ball were the words Carnival 1921 Perth W.A. Victoria v West Australia. Won by WA. It was also autographed by the WA team, though Peter had only ever been able to identify the signature of William Nipper Truscott, who did play in that carnival. So far as provenance goes, that s a pretty good start. A few days later, I went out to see Peter and viewed the ball for myself. And this is where things started to fall apart. To start with, Peter s ball was a Sherrin. The balls used at the 1921 carnival were made by Burley, though for perhaps the only time in footy history they were actually made in the shape of a Sherrrin. And Peter himself had also wondered why he could never spot the autographs of WA legends Tom Outridge and Bonnie Campbell on the ball. I couldn t spot them, either. The real picture finally started to emerge when we managed to decipher one of the other autographs that of Perth goal sneak Doug Oliphant. Oliphant s WAFL career didn t start until And other names posed similar doubts George Krepp (Swans ), Mick Cronin (East Perth ), and Max Tetley (West Perth ). These men were all stars of their day. But they didn t play in the 1921 national carnival. It turns out, however, that they all played in the 1937 national carnival, which was also held in Perth. The bad news for Peter is that the ball used for that carnival was also a Burley. And Ivo died in 1924, so he had nothing to do with the ball at all. So, in the end, it turned out that Peter s footy was a regular Sherrin, which had been autographed by the 1937 WA team. On the upside, it s still a very desirable item and one I would love to have in my collection. But it s not quite as desirable as the 1921 match ball. Given today s game is the penultimate WAFL match of 2017, it s also an opportune moment to remind Budget readers that WAFL collectors are active all year round. So, if you re looking for information about any item related to the history of WA football, be sure to have a look at the WAFL Collectables website over summer at Alternatively, you can or call me at any time via the contact details below. I m always happy to talk about footy collectables or the history of our great game. If you have a query regarding WAFL memorabilia, send photographs and/or details to Sean at or Sean Cowan, c/o Football Budget, PO Box 911, Subiaco WA His website is at and he also can be contacted on
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8 8 Colts Previews reserves Preliminary final Claremont v East Perth Claremont got jumped by East Fremantle in the Second Semi-final and spent the rest of the match unsuccessfully playing catch-up football. A one-point win over Peel in the Elimination Final kept East Perth in the premiership series and they followed the effort with an 88-point demolition of Swan Districts in the First Semi-Final. It was significant 12 players featured in the East Perth goalkicking list. One behind was enough to get the Royals over the line in the previous meeting of the teams in Round 19. But Callan England, Rylie Morgan and Jake Patmore have shown plenty of solid form since to pose a strong threat to East Perth Meetings Round 4: East Perth 8.8 (56) lost to Claremont 9.12 (66) Round 19: Claremont 8.7 (55) lost to East Perth 8.8 (56) Preliminary final Subiaco v Claremont It was Subiaco that stopped Claremont s outstanding end of the season run. The Tigers won five of their final six home-and-away matches to finish third. But then the Lions tamed them in the Qualifying Final. It was a turnaround from the Round 17 encounter between the teams, which Claremont won at Leederville Oval. Brayden Ainsworth, Kyron Hayden and Bailey Matera were the keys to Subiaco s thrilling win two weeks ago and will come under close Claremont scrutiny. The winner will set up a meeting with South Fremantle in the grand final. The Bulldogs were minor premiers with a 16-4 record Meetings Round 6: Claremont 11.5 (71) D Subiaco 9.11 (65) Round 17: Subiaco 9.8 (62) lost to Claremont (99) Qualifying Final: Claremont 13.8 (86) lost to Subiaco (88) In touch with the Community This year Community TAB will give over $4million to the DEPARTMENT OF SPORT AND RECREATION to support the WA sporting community, from grass roots to elite athletes.
9 league by Ross Lewis Previews 9 Preliminary final SUBIACO v SOUTH FREMANTLE In a strange way, Peel has given the Preliminary Final rivals some good hints on how to win this match. Until September clubs had found it very difficult to triumph over Subiaco or South Fremantle. The Lions enjoyed a club record equalling 19 straight wins before the Second Semi-Final. The Bulldogs had barked loudly for nine matches in a row, then hit a wall in the Qualifying Final. On both occasions it was the Thunder personnel, armed with some solid whiteboard tactics, that stopped the streaks. So, while there will be an uneasy feeling about watching Peel triumph again, the videotape replays of their rival s first final of 2017 will provide clues for the Subiaco and South Fremantle match committees wanting a rematch with the Thunder in the grand final. Against the Bulldogs the key was congesting the forward line. Although South Fremantle had 51 inside 50m entries in the Qualifying Final the attacking players who had been so potent in the second half of the season couldn t get the ball to goal. And a week later Peel just had too much height for Subiaco to counter. Either in the ruck or up forward, the Thunder stretched the Lions big man department. Lachlan Delahunty has played as a very mobile makeshift ruckman for Subiaco this season and in this contest he comes up against Brock Higgins, who has averaged 37 hit-outs in But it is the duels in midfield that provide greatest interest in this overall contest. Both the Lions and Bulldogs have plenty of grunt. Take their skippers, Kyal Horsley and Ryan Cook, both hard nuts who lead by on-field example. Their head-to-head encounter will be fierce. Adam Cockie showed in the second half last week his work in congestion can be just as valuable for Subiaco. However, one of his likely midfield opponents, Haiden Schloithe, loves to drift forward to either set up or kick goals. Then there are Dylan Main, who has been in outstanding recent form, the fleet-footed Tim Kelly and Shane Hockey to worry about. It was tough work for the Subiaco defence against Peel but with Angus Litherland, Jordan Lockyer, the everimproving Aaron Heal, and Wayde Twomey available the Lions have plenty of experience in the do-or-die encounter. South Fremantle has given Jason Maskos some big assignments in recent weeks and he could be one of the Bulldogs in line to shadow electrifying Subiaco forward Liam Ryan Meetings Round 1: South Fremantle (116) D Subiaco (77) Round 9: Subiaco (127) D South Fremantle 14.4 (88)» Liam Ryan» Dylan Main Including jumper sponsorships available Sponsors Wanted for 2018 Season! For the Rockingham Football Club Please contact Michael for further details
10 Colts Preliminary Final - Sunday, September 17, 9.15am, Leederville Oval. Umpires Claremont East Perth Football Club Club COLOURS: Blue and Gold Coach: Ross McQueen No. Player D.O.B Recruited from Goals Bhds 1 FORSYTH, Jamie 06/10/00 Cottesloe JFC POWELL, Wil 26/08/99 Scarborough JFC PATMORE, Jake 29/01/99 Swanbourne JFC BLAAUW, Jack 03/12/98 Swanbourne JFC ORR, Jacob 05/11/98 West Coast JFC ENGLAND, Callan 15/10/99 Wembley Downs JFC MORTON, Shaquille 11/07/98 Waringarri Crows ENOSA, Damon 17/05/99 Towns FC (Broome) MCNAMARA, Declan 23/11/98 Royals FC BARTON, Isaac 13/11/99 Wembley Downs JFC SPINNER-MAINSTONE, Jaymi 17/07/98 Scarborough JFC MCKENZIE, Javan 03/11/98 North Beach JFC LEWSEY, Jack 07/01/99 Swanbourne JFC / CCGS HOUSE, Fraser 08/10/98 Wembley Downs JFC RIETHMULLER, William 11/02/99 Swanbourne JFC DEVITT-BOYD, Joshua 19/11/98 Denmark Walpole FC ALLAN, Nicholas 25/03/99 Claremont JFC LLOYD, Rhett 07/08/98 North Albany FC ROBILLIARD, Liam 23/03/99 West Coast JFC NITSCHKE, Cooper 28/09/98 Marist JFC MORGAN, Zaac 01/11/98 Marist JFC INCERTI, Nicholas 05/01/99 Attadale JFC EWEN, Beau 20/06/99 Railways FC DAVIS, Lewis 26/04/99 Borden FC PEDLEY, Joseph 08/05/99 Port Wyndham Crocs LINTHORNE, Brody 23/10/98 Royals FC MORGAN, Rylie 24/03/00 Claremont JFC DAISLEY, Lewis 11/05/99 Swanbourne JFC WARD, Brock 17/09/98 West Coast MONAGHAN, Jack 19/09/99 Wembley JFC DEW, Addison 14/07/98 North Albany FC CLARK, Jordan 16/10/00 Railways FC BULLER, Jack 16/05/01 Cottesloe JFC LENEGAN, Mitchell 31/07/98 North Albany FC PILAWSKAS, Petras 09/01/99 Collie Eagles AITKEN, Edward 22/08/98 Swanbourne JFC STEDMAN, Cameron 14/04/00 Scarborough JFC Field: Jordan Wright, Jordan Fry, Daniel Johanson Boundary: Sam King, Caylem Priest, Michael Butler, Jordan Russell Goal: Jayden Trivanovic, Chad Smith East Perth Football Club Club COLOURS: Blue and Black Coach: Adam Pickering No. Player D.O.B Recruited from Goals Bhds 1 WATSON, Austin 04/07/98 Ellenbrook JFC BASHEMULE, Eric 07/10/99 Coolbinia JFC COX, Rhai-arn 01/03/01 Mt Hawthorn JFC YOUNG, Matthew 14/04/99 Augusta Margaret River FC ARBON, Nathan 15/08/98 Busselton VELLIOS, Thomas 16/09/98 Deanmill JFC BAULCH, Thomas 26/11/99 Mackay City Hawks FC WHITE, Christopher 13/04/99 Augusta Margaret River FC STACK, Harley 01/01/99 Kingsway INTROVIGNE, Nathan 25/02/99 Bridgetown FC AMEDURI, Christian 02/08/99 Noranda STARCEVICH, Brandon 24/07/99 Mt Lawley-Inglewood JFC WILLCOCKS, Kye 08/04/98 Ellenbrook JFC CAHILL, Jaxon 02/07/99 Noranda JFC HOFFMAN, Jalen 20/10/98 Busselton FC GREAVES, Damon 24/05/00 Busselton PHILLIPS, Brennan 15/01/00 Ellenbrook JF GUPANIS, Mitchell 24/02/99 Mt Lawley Inglewood JFC MILLER, Louis 25/05/00 Dunsborough JFC EAST, Sam 18/06/99 Manjimup Imperials MCGUIRE, Ben 18/09/99 Bassendean JFC SANTELLA, Ben 02/05/00 Ballajura LA FONTAINE - ROBERTS, Kane 15/01/99 Augusta Margaret River FC MARTIN, Liam 21/07/00 Mt Lawley Inglewood JFC DUGAN, Jake 07/02/98 Busselton TENARDI, Mitchell 06/04/99 Busselton FC HAMER-MATHEW, Jarrod 02/06/00 Noranda JFC SOKA, Yugusuk 17/05/00 Upper Swan JFC NICOLAOU, Mason 19/01/99 Noranda JFC NIX, Mckenzie 16/10/98 Boyup Brook JFC EDWARDS, Jedd 09/04/99 Bassendean JFC Colts Scoreboard 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th Claremont East Perth Preliminary Final - Sunday, September 17, 11.50am, Leederville Oval. Umpires 10 Subiaco East Perth Football Club COLOURS: Maroon and Gold Coach: Andrew Lockyer No. Player D.O.B Recruited from Goals Bhds 6 BRYAN, Christopher 06/10/95 North Beach JFC BOGENSPERGER, Matthew 29/01/93 Kalgoorlie City CLARK, Gregory 24/05/97 Sorrento Duncraig JFC DANIELS, Raymond 05/05/92 Swan Districts FC STEVENSON, Bradley 27/06/88 West Coast JFC GARCIA, James 29/12/93 Sorrento Duncraig JFC BRAUT, Michael 27/06/97 Mt Hawthorn VERMEERSCH, Ryan 12/09/95 Gibson SUTHERLAND, Timothy 29/07/94 Whitford JFC PARRY, Simon 29/05/90 La Salle POWELL, Rowen 17/09/95 Towns - Broome / WCE WADE, Ryan 05/07/91 Kingsley JFC FIMMANO, Braden 28/10/95 South Fremantle FC MATERA, Bailey 22/08/96 Bullcreek Leeming JFC NELSON, Dylan 24/08/96 Bassendean JFC BORCHET, Ryan 15/05/97 Railways FC PERKINS, Daniel 21/11/93 Coolbinia JFC AINSWORTH, Brayden 21/11/98 Ports CLARKE, Dylan 21/03/94 Kalgoorlie City CREEPER, Adam 19/10/96 Sorrento Duncraig JFC MILLER, Jacob 28/01/98 Railways FC BARNS, Chad 21/01/97 North Beach JFC CHAPMAN, Josh 05/10/97 Carine NELSON, Shannon 07/04/96 Esperance FC BEVERLEY, Jack 08/07/98 Sorrento Duncraig JFC UNDERWOOD, Josh 06/09/96 Kingsway JFC REID, Ben 16/10/97 Kingsway MENEGOLA, Nick 02/01/97 Booragoon LEACH, Daniel 24/03/94 Brigades HAYDEN, Kyron 06/06/99 Hale School BURNETT, Ethan 02/02/97 Newtown - Condingup FC RYAN, Daniel 13/08/97 Sorrento-Duncraig CONNOLLY, Liam 16/07/98 Scarborough FOLEY, Fraser 03/11/97 Sorrento Duncraig JFC Field: Ben Laycock, Louis Jago, Mark Worobec Boundary: Bayley Lamont, Mitch Vernon, Brad Hunt, Kirk Webster Goal: Jason Yazdani, Steve Gaensler Claremont East Perth Football Club Club COLOURS: Blue and Gold Coach: Kepler Bradley No. Player D.O.B Recruited from Goals Bhds 14 LEDGER, Thomas 17/03/92 Swanbourne / Scotch / STK ROGERS, Bailey 22/03/97 Marist JFC WINMAR, Nicholas 27/04/91 Scarborough JFC SHANAHAN, Thomas 28/04/95 Marist JFC BENTLEY, Maximilian 23/05/95 Subiaco JFC / Scotch DAVIES, Morgan 08/12/96 Royals - Albany / CCGS HIGGS, Benjamin 28/08/95 Railways - Albany WILLIAMS, John 08/10/88 Essendon GRIFFITHS, Jack 27/10/94 Neerim Neerim South FC MADDOCK, Luke 22/01/96 Werribee Tigers SIMPSON, Eddie 10/02/97 Swanbourne JFC QUENBY, Cameron 14/04/98 Mount Barker FC MARTINIS, Lachlan 06/07/96 Wembley AFC GILBERT, Kaiden 03/04/95 Collegians GILBERT, Fraser 06/02/97 Claremont WILSON, Brett 11/12/96 Bridgetown WILKINS, Aden 10/05/97 West Coast JFC / Hale HARDISTY, Declan 31/01/98 Claremont JFC GODDARD, Jeremy 27/03/98 Marist OAKLEY, Christopher 01/09/97 Cable Beach FC SINCLAIR, Harry 09/08/97 Claremont JFC SIDERIS, Jacob 29/01/98 Wembley BENNETT, Joshua 20/02/98 Cottesloe / Scotch SMALLWOOD, Dylan 19/05/98 Albany Sharks STERGIOU, Jake 11/01/98 Claremont HOLT, Dylan 06/03/97 Railways FC MITCHELL, Corey 23/05/98 West Coast FC EASTLAND, Oliver 26/03/98 Swanbourne JFC RUSHFORTH, Ben 30/07/97 West Coast JFC WROTH, Harrison 22/02/98 Cottesloe JFC Scoreboard 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th Subiaco Claremont
11 Preliminary Final - Sunday, September 17, 2.40pm, Leederville Oval. Subiaco Football Club COLOURS: Maroon and Gold Coach: Jarrad Schofield No. Player Pnts D.O.B HT WT Recruited WAFL Goals.Bhds From Games 1 HORSLEY, Kyal 1 02/09/ Kalgoorlie City JOYCE, Justin 1 30/12/ Carine JFC KENNEDY, Hayden 1 27/04/ Mines KITCHIN, Leigh 10 08/01/ Frankston FC BRYAN, Christopher 1 06/10/ North Beach JFC COCKIE, Adam 1 18/04/ Sorrento Duncraig JFC LITHERLAND, Angus 10 12/10/ Ongerup TWOMEY, Wayde 5 21/01/ Swan Districts FC HALLIGAN, Kyle 1 11/05/ Warwick Greenwood JFC WALTERS, Max 1 09/08/ Whitford JFC PHELAN, Christopher 1 25/07/ Kingsley JFC HANCOCK, Scott 5 11/05/ East Fremantle FC DELAHUNTY, Lachlan 5 26/10/ Frankston FC ADAMSON, Corey 1 23/02/ Ballajura JFC STEVENSON, Bradley 1 27/06/ West Coast JFC WHEELER, Clancy 1 28/03/ Newtown Condingup LOCKYER, Jordan 10 15/06/ Joon Kinross JFC/Syd Swans GARCIA, James 1 29/12/ Sorrento Duncraig JFC JACKSON, Declan 1 27/08/ Collie FC HOSKINS, Craig 1 27/10/ Sorrento Duncraig JFC SOKOL, Ben 3 28/10/ South Coogee JFC PARRY, Simon 1 29/05/ La Salle POWELL, Rowen 10 17/09/ Towns - Broome / WCE HEAL, Aaron 1 12/07/ Peel Thunder FC LATHAM, Joel 1 03/04/ West Perth AINSWORTH, Brayden 1 21/11/ Ports CLARKE, Dylan 1 21/03/ Kalgoorlie City CREEPER, Adam 1 19/10/ Sorrento Duncraig JFC RYAN, Liam 1 02/10/ Rover FC BAKER, Liam 1 27/01/ Lake Grace Rushed... Broadcast: Channel 7, 720 6WF ABC Radio, SportFM 91.3FM, KIX Digital, Footy Radio (WAFL App). South Fremantle Football Club COLOURS: Red and White Coach: Todd Curley No. Player Pnts D.O.B HT WT Recruited WAFL Goals.Bhds From Games 1 SCHLOITHE, Haiden 1 16/06/ Katanning DRAGOVICH, Jacob 1 12/03/ Winnacott JFC DELL-OLIO, Cory 1 08/12/ South Coogee JFC PARRY, Jarrod 1 25/05/ Bibra Lake JFC BEWICK, Shaun 3 10/10/ Kingsley JFC MCINTOSH, Adam 1 12/01/ Bibra Lake JFC KELLY, Timothy 1 26/07/ Palmyra JFC HOCKEY, Shane 10 21/07/ Frankston FC VERRIER, Steven 1 24/06/ Kwinana JFC GARLETT, Jarrod 1 03/05/ Bibra Lake JFC STROM, Zachary 1 12/02/ Exmouth VERRIER, Brendan 1 09/08/ Kwinana JFC DONALDSON, Brandon 1 26/08/ Kwinana JFC EDWARDS, Steven 2 06/07/ Royals - Albany HIGGINS, Brock 3 11/11/ East perth JOHNSON, Blaine 1 28/07/ Kwinana JFC MAIN, Dylan 1 02/09/ South Coogee JFC SHAW, Mason 1 15/01/ Winnacott JFC PULLMAN, Josh 2 10/06/ Guildford Grammer SAUNDERS, Ben 1 25/12/ Mt Barker FC PICKETT, Marlion 1 06/01/ Swan Districts VANDELEUR, Thomas 1 20/03/ Gascoyne SOLOMON, Jake 2 09/03/ Bullcreek Leeming JFC WILSON, Blayne 10 26/01/ Halls Head FLORENCA, Jake 1 15/05/ South Coogee JFC COOK, Ryan 3 16/02/ Collingwood MASKOS, Jason 1 03/03/ South Coogee JFC PARKER, Matthew 1 25/01/ Melville HAMS, Ashton 1 06/09/ Busselton RUSSELL, Kyle 1 12/01/ Secret Harbour JFC PEARSON, Chad 1 14/02/ Bullcreek Leeming JFC Rushed... Preliminary final Match Facts Played at Leederville Oval Overall: Subiaco 157 South Fremantle 181 Draw 3 Past 10 meetings: Subiaco 8 South Fremantle 2 Past 10 at Leederville: Subiaco 8 South Fremantle 2 Su highest score v SF 33.9 (207) Round 23, 2010 SF highest score v Su (228) Round 16, 1953 Su lowest score v SF 0.0 (0) Round 14, 1906 SF lowest score v Su 1.8 (14) Round 11, 1918 Su biggest win v SF 154 points, Round 2, 2007 SF biggest win v Su 192 points, Round 16, 1953 Met in Finals 16 times: Subiaco 9 South Fremantle 7 Met in Preliminary Final 1 time Subiaco 164 d South Fremantle 69, PF 2007 Scoreboard Umpires team lists supplied by WAFL clubs * Game tallies include Foxtel Cup 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th Subiaco South Fremantle Field: Justin Power, Trent McPhee, Alex Martin Boundary: Michael Washbourne, Kyle Sinclair, Nick Wrenn, Sean Moylan Goal: Brody Payne, Sam Hunter Quarter length Colts 25 mins with no time on 28 mins with no time on 20 mins plus time on 11
12 12 AFL SEASON 2017 West Coast (13-10) Leading stat winners Disposals Total Average Andrew Gaff Luke Shuey Sam Mitchell Elliot Yeo Matt Priddis Kicks Andrew Gaff Elliot Yeo Luke Shuey Shannon Hurn Sam Mitchell Handpasses Matt Priddis Andrew Gaff Sam Mitchell Luke Shuey Jack Redden Marks Jeremy McGovern Elliot Yeo Shannon Hurn Andrew Gaff Jack Darling Hit-outs Nathan Vardy Drew Petrie Jon Giles Jeremy McGovern Fraser McInnes Frees For Luke Shuey Nathan Vardy Jack Redden Elliot Yeo Drew Petrie Frees Against Luke Shuey Jack Darling Elliot Yeo 22 1 Jack Redden Drew Petrie GWS AFL FIRST Semi-final GWS V West Coast Spotless Stadium Saturday, September 16, 5.25pm (WST) No Player 1 DAVIS, Phil Hopper, Jacob Coniglio, Stephen Greene, Toby Shiel, Dylan Whitfield, Lachie Deledio, Brett WARD, Callan Scully, Tom Smith, Devon Setterfield, Will PATTON, Jonathon Cumming, Isaac TARANTO, Tim Kennedy, Matthew Wilson, Nathan Johnson, Steve Cameron, Jeremy Haynes, Nick Tomlinson, Adam Buntine, Matt KELLY, Josh SHAW, Heath de Boer, Matt Mzungu, Tendai # Simpson, Dawson Himmelberg, Harrison Sproule, Zach # Williams, Zac FLYNN, Matthew Finlayson, Jeremy Griffen, Ryan Tiziani, Lachie CORR, Aidan Perryman, Harry LOBB, Rory LLOYD, Daniel # MOHR, Tim Kennedy, Adam Mumford, Shane Stein, Jake # Downie, Tom REID, Sam # PATFULL, Joel # # Rookie Veteran (V) West Coast No Player 1 Mitchell, Sam LeCras, Mark Gaff, Andrew Sheed, Dom Sheppard, Brad YEO, Elliot Masten, Chris Redden, Jack Naitanui, Nic LAMB, Tom Priddis, Matt Wellingham, Sharrod SHUEY, Luke Duggan, Liam Cripps, Jamie Mackenzie, Eric Kennedy, Josh Venables, Daniel VARDY, Nathan McGovern, Jeremy Petrie, Drew # Giles, Jonathan JETTA, Lewis PARTINGTON, Luke HURN, Shannon Butler, Sam Darling, Jack COLE, Tom LYCETT, Scott Nelson, Jackson Schofield, Will Tunbridge, Simon # HILL, Josh Hutchings, Mark Rotham, Josh McInnes, Fraser # Barrass, Tom Mutimer, Kurt KARPANY, Malcolm Gorter, Tom # Snadden, Jordan # BAYOK, Tarir # Allen, Matthew Rioli, Willie WATERMAN, Jake Brophy, Paddy # WATSON, Francis # # Rookie Veteran (V) Scoreboard 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th GWS West Coast
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14 14 English claims RediMed Colts Jack Clarke Medal Perth player Luke English was named 2017 winner of the RediMed Colts Jack Clarke Medal with a total of 53 votes at the medal count dinner held at Domain Stadium on Wednesday, September 6. English finished 22 votes ahead of Claremont s Jack Lewsey on 31, while Peel Thunder s Kyle Havelberg came third with 30 votes. WA Football Commission CEO Gavin Taylor congratulated English on winning the prestigious award among such a high-quality group of WAFL Colts players. The WAFL Colts continues to be a fantastic competition that showcases WA s best underage talent. To win the Jack Clarke Medal demonstrates what a talented and dedicated Rodriguez Shield The Rodriguez Shield is awarded to the most consistent WAFL club of the season, with points allocated across all three grades. Clubs are awarded 10 points for every league win and four points for a reserves or colts win tally board Subiaco 266 South Fremantle 256 Peel Thunder 194 Swan Districts 190 Claremont 188 East Perth 158 West Perth 156 East Fremantle 122 Perth 90 player Luke is, Taylor said. We look forward to seeing more players of this calibre emerge from the WA talent pathway as we focus on launching our revitalised talent program next season. I would also like to acknowledge the WAFL clubs, their Colts coaches and support staff for the tireless work they put into developing our talented players. WA Football Commission State Talent Manager Adam Jones said English was truly deserving of the honour. As a 17-year-old, Luke has had an extremely consistent year as an inside midfielder for Perth Colts, Jones said. Luke s game is built on his elite level endurance. His ability to run, combined with his insatiable appetite to work hard, has meant his performance this year has been greater and more consistent than any other player in the competition. With an excellent all-round game, Luke has a bright future ahead of him.» Luke English from Perth with the Jack Clarke Medal WAFC English polled votes in 15 of his 19 RediMed Colts games, including six best on ground performances. He averaged 25 disposals, six tackles and kicked 13 goals. JACK CLARKE MEDAL LEADERBOARD Luke English Perth 53 Jack Lewsey Claremont 31 Kyle Havelberg Peel Thunder 30 Jake Patmore Claremont 29 Matthew Young* East Perth 29 Kyron Hayden Subiaco 28 Callan England Claremont 27 Brayden Ainsworth Subiaco 25 Connor West West Perth 25 Jack Blauuw Claremont 24 Jayden Quill East Fremantle 24 Lachlan Mitchell Peel Thunder 24 Lochie Huntley Swan Districts 24 *Ineligible AFL National 18s Larke Medallist Oscar Allen AFL National 18s All Australians Oscar Allen, Aaron Naughton, Sam Taylor, Brayden Ainsworth Deppro WA State 18s Academy Best & Fairest Aaron Naughton WAFL RediMed Colts Coaches Award Luke English Perth WAFL Redimed Leading Goal Kicker Dillon O Reilly East Fremantle (39 goals) Coach of the Year Beau Wardman Subiaco Umpire of the Year Jason Gibb What s your car worth? TRADING IN YOUR CAR IS EASY AS 1,2,3! Right now AHG Dealerships will give you a great price for your trade-in! With low finance rates available, you could be driving a newer car and possibly paying lower finance repayments! To find out what your car is worth go to ahg.com.au ahg.com.au
15 WAFC Season change to enhance WAFL competition An increased focus on equalisation and sustainability have prompted the West Australian Football to shorten its season to 18 games over 21 rounds in The reduction from 20 games over 23 rounds, following a comprehensive review in partnership with the WAFL clubs, will be part of a broader suite of reform and sustainability measures that were recommended in the West Australian Football Commission s Structural Review of Football. WAFC Executive Manager Talent and Football Operations Jon Haines said that with finals included, the overall length of the WAFL season would be reduced in 2018 from 28 weeks to 26 weeks, delivering projected savings of more than $170,000. From a club and competition perspective it is a sensible approach that will deliver long term sustainability outcomes with projected annual savings of more than $110,000 across the nine clubs and more than $60,000 in competition costs such as operations, statistics and umpiring, he said. It will also allow for a more equal fixture, with all clubs to play each other twice and the two additional games to be scheduled against teams that finished in the same third of the ladder or for a traditional feature game. It is critical that we find the right balance with sustainability and equalisation, while still retaining the important historical clashes and respecting the heritage of the clubs and the competition. The 21-round season, which was first floated by the Future Shape of the WAFL Committee chaired by East Fremantle chief executive Todd Shimmon, will also bring the length of the WAFL season in line with all other State leagues. I love helping people find their perfect home. Beau Waters Champion Footballer & REIWA Agent This includes the SANFL, VFL and NEAFL which are 20 rounds each, and the Tasmanian Football, which is also 21 rounds. A 21-round WAFL competition in 2018 is planned to commence two weeks later than the 2017 season and finish one week before 15 the AFL Grand Final. Each club will retain three byes, as well as a general bye if a State game is confirmed. All WAFL clubs will again be engaged in the fixture process for Powered by local knowledge PROUDLY SUPPORTING THE WAFL
16 16 WAFC WA women honoured as award finalists THREE West Australian female football leaders have been named as finalists for the 2017 Football Woman of the Year Awards. They include West Australian Football Commission (WAFC) Female Football Coordinator Allana Dickie for the overall Football Woman of the Year Award, and WA Women s Football (WAWFL) President Carolyn Hills and WAWFL life member Charmaine Rogers for the Community Award. WAFC CEO Gavin Taylor said to have three West Australians named among nine finalists Leading goalkicker AWARD Leading Goal Kickers After semi-finals 71 Liam Ryan (Subiaco) 58 Blaine Johnson (South Fremantle) 50 Cory Dell-Olio (South Fremantle) 48 Ben Saunders (South Fremantle) 46 Tyler Keitel (West Perth) 45 Ricky Cary (Swan Districts) 44 Ben Sokol (Subiaco), 42 Mason Shaw (South Fremantle) 39 Matthew Taberner (Peel Thunder) 33 Leroy Jetta (Peel Thunder) 32 Beau Maister (Claremont), Taryce Stewart (Swan Districts) 30 Matthew Watson (EF) 29 Haiden Schloithe (South Fremantle) 28 Cody Ninyette (P) was a great testament to female football leadership in WA and congratulated each of them on their achievement. All three of these women have played a significant role in the success of female football in our State and are highly deserving of the honour, he said. Not only have we witnessed tremendous growth of approximately 40% in female participation numbers in WA over the past few years, but great results in talent development with 37 WA players recruited for the inaugural season of the AFL Women s competition last year. Allana, Carolyn and Charmaine s leadership is critical to ensuring this success can continue and that not only do we continue to increase player participation and AFLW Draft numbers, but also encourage more women to take on key leadership roles within football. The award winners will be announced by the Essendon Women s Network (EWN), during AFL Grand Final week in Melbourne on Thursday, September 28. Recent winners of the Football Woman of the Year Award include Daisy Pearce (2016), Jan Cooper (2015), Peta Searle (2014) and Michelle Cowan (2013). Learn more about the achievements of these women at our website WAWFL President Carolyn Hills» WAFC Female Football Coordinator Allana Dickie» WAWFL Life Member Charmaine Rogers PROUD SPONSORS OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE kennards.com.au KH642_0517
17 Amateur Football By Jessica Hancock Plenty of glory across amateur league Nineteen clubs celebrated premierships last Saturday with the B to E grades grand finals taking place across Perth. Wanneroo (B, DBC), University (D1, BJC) and North Fremantle (D2, D2R) were the most successful on the day securing two premierships each. North Beach (D1R) and East Fremantle (E1) made it consecutive premierships in their grades while Thornlie also notched a second successive flag, claiming the C2 premiership in 2016 before moving up a grade and taking out the C1 trophy this season. After the disappointment of finishing as runners-up in 2016, Kingsley (C1R), Osborne Park (C4R) and University (BJC) went on to claim this season s titles in their respective grades. Only 10 of the 24 teams that finished minor premiers went on to win the flag four weeks later. While there was plenty of success on Saturday, the runners-up were left to wonder what could have been. One team who would have felt the loss more than others was the Gosnells C2 side, which finished the season undefeated before losing the most important match of the year to Bassendean. In the Ian Dargie Colts, Noranda suffered its second grand final loss as well as Secret Harbour, which finished runners-up for a second straight season in the West Coast Eagles Colts. While the B-E Grade premiers continue their celebrations, the A Grade grand finals take place this Saturday 16 September at Steel Blue Oval. Trinity Aquinas has secured a spot in this weekend s season decider after defeating Fremantle CBC in the preliminary final by 22 points. Last year s A Grade premier will come up against North Beach who enjoyed the week off after defeating Fremantle CBC in the semifinal. North Beach last tasted victory in A Grade back in 2010 after winning seven straight. In the A Scarborough defeated Trinity Aquinas to book a spot in the finale against North Beach, which will be hungry for success after finishing as runner-up last year. In the Phil Scott Colts Trinity Aquinas will go up against University. A Grade Fixtures Saturday 16 September Steel Blue Oval, Bassendean 10.00am Phil Scott Colts: University v Trinity Aquinas 12.10pm A : North Beach v Scarborough 2.30pm A Grade: North Beach v Trinity Aquinas B-E grand final results B Wanneroo 14.7 (91) Kingsway 10.7 (67) Best on Ground: John Brunton (Wanneroo) B Reserve Kingsway 8.4 (52) Wanneroo 3.11 (29) Best on Ground: Alex Smith (Kingsway) C1 Thornlie (89) Kingsley 11.8 (74) Best on Ground: Brad Fry (Thornlie) C1 Reserve Kingsley 9.5 (59) Willetton 5.8 (38) Best on Ground: Joe Schubert (Kingsley) C2 Bassendean 15.7 (97) Gosnells 11.7 (73) Best on Ground: Daniel Macaulay (Bassendean) C2 Reserve Ocean Ridge 6.9 (45) Warnbro Swans 3.5 (23) Best on Ground: Cameron England (Ocean Ridge) C3 Dianella Morley (99) SNESA (76) Best on Ground: Bryce Ryder (Dianella Morley) C3 Reserve Ellenbrook 12.6 (78) Piara Waters 8.3 (51) Best on Ground: Kyle Baker (Ellenbrook) C4 Secret Harbour (88) Kwinana 10.6 (66) Best on Ground: Ryan Stewart (Secret Harbour) C4R Osborne Park 7.3 (45) Jandakot 6.5 (41) Best on Ground: Ashley McLean (Osborne Park) D1 University 4.10 (34) Trinity Aquinas 3.8 (26) Best on Ground: Charlie Hutton (University) D1 Reserve North Beach 9.7 (61) University 6.8 (44) Best on Ground: Joe Boys (North Beach) D2 North Fremantle (78) Kingsway 4.7 (31) Best on Ground: Reuben Cranny (North Fremantle) D2 Reserve North Fremantle 17.9 (111) Mt Lawley 7.1 (43) Best on Ground: Michael Minervini (North Fremantle) E1 East Fremantle 11.8 (74) Roleystone 5.3 (33) Best on Ground: Gavin Olsen (Roleystone) 17 E2 West Coast 9.9 (63) Swan Athletic 9.7 (61) Best on Ground: Shannon Stack (Swan Athletic) E3 Willetton 11.6 (72) Noranda 4.7 (31) Best on Ground: Joel Horsley (Willetton) Drew Banfield Colts Wanneroo 10.4 (64) Swan Athletic 1.4 (10) Best on Ground: Liam Tedesco (Wanneroo) Ian Dargie Colts Melville 7.8 (50) Noranda 5.4 (34) Best on Ground: Travis Rodin Zimdahl (Melville) Laurie Keene Colts Canning Vale 8.9 (57) Gosnells 7.5 (47) Best on Ground: Luke Tanner (Canning Vale) West Coast Eagles Colts Jandakot 12.8 (80) Secret Harbour 5.7 (37) Best on Ground: Ryan Perkins (Jandakot) Brett Jones Colts University (97) Trinity Aquinas 1.1 (7) Best on Ground: Connor Smallwood (University)» Wanneroo claim the Drew Banfield Colts Premiership JOIN AND SAVE WITH GRAND CINEMAS MOVIE CLUBS! grandcinemas.com.au ARMADALE BUNBURY CURRAMBINE CYGNET JOONDALUP WARWICK JOIN NOW
18 Country Football 18 Consecutive flags for Southerners Country football supporters have gathered to support their teams in grand finals across regional areas of Western Australia. Southerners have made it successive premierships in the Lower South West with a comfortable 29-point win over Manjimup Imperials in Manjimup. The victors held a five-point margin going into the final quarter but with best-on-ground Trent Fox, Tom Collins and Alexander McLeod leading the way, they were able to kick five goals to one to run out easy winners. Best for the losers were Austin Styles, Ryan King and Dan McGinlay while Arthur Bennell booted three goals. Gnowangerup are Ongerup Football Association premiers after a 15-point win over Boxwood Hill with Damien Stewart, Tyler Caldwell named best while forward Craig Bolton (three goals) was the game s leading scorer. WA Country Scores September 9-10 Avon Preliminary Final Federals (119) d Railways 14.7 (91) Federals 8.7 (55) d Quairading 3.7 (25) Goldfields Preliminary Final Railways (79) d Boulder 9.13 (67) Kalgoorlie 9.8 (62) d Mines Rovers 9.7 (61) Colts Boulder 9.18 (72) d Railways 5.3 (33) Great Northern Preliminary Final Railways 19.5 (119) d Rovers (79) Railways (101) d Mullewa 8.4 (52) Colts Brigades 17.8 (110) d Railways 8.9 (57) Great Southern Preliminary Final Royals 17.8 (110) d Mount Barker 13.9 (87) North Albany 8.10 (58) d Railways 8.2 (50) Colts Albany 6.9 (45) d North Albany 5.6 (36) Sixteens Royals 6.7 (43) d Railways 6.4 (40) Hills Grand final Chidlow (94) d Mundaring 8.8 (56) lower South West Grand Final Southerners (94) d Imperials 9.11 (65) Isaac Baum and Rohan Vaux worked hard for the Boxwood Hill side in a losing effort. Katanning Wanderers are celebrating their first flag in 31 years after they had a comfortable 43-point win over Narrogin Hawks. Best for the winners were Tim Stewart, James Laurino and Tim Fitzgerald (five goals) while Ralph Kickett was named best for the Hawks after kicking seven goals. In another milestone, Wickham Wolves have taken home its first North Pilbara flag after they had a 25-point win over Dampier Sharks. In the West Kimberley it was much closer with Broome Bulls holding on for a two point win over Derby. Chidlow has wrapped up a near perfect season with a 36-point win over Mundaring to claim the Hills Football Association flag while Mingenew showed solid late season form when they took out the North Midlands premiership after an exciting six-point win over Coorow-Latham. Southerners (71) d Imperials 5.2 (32) Colts Deanmill 19.7 (121) d Tigers 4.11 (35) Mortlock Grand Final Dalwallinu (126) d Toodyay (76) Dowerin-Wylie 9.16 (70) d Dalwallinu 8.3 (51) North Midlands Grand Final Mingenew 8:12 (60) d Coorow-Latham 8:6 (54) North Pilbara Grand Final Wickham Wolves (85) d Dampier Sharks 9.6 (60) Karratha Kats 7.10 (52) d Karratha Falcons 7.7 (49) Ongerup Grand Final Gnowangerup 13.8 (86) d Boxwood Hill (71) Jerramungup 9.14 (68) d Gnowangerup 6.6 (42) Onshore Cup Grand Final Dunsborough Mulies 10.4 (64) d Busselton Bombers 2.7 (19) Peel FNL 1st Semi-Final Waroona (150) d Centrals (76) Pinjarra (92) d Mandurah 6.3 (39) Colts Mandurah (101) d Halls Head 5.4 (34) Information supplied by Trevor Kelly from WA Footy Forum The Onshore Cup Premiers are Dunsborough Mulies after they overran Busselton Bombers by 45-points to continue their recent domination of the league. An eight-goal effort by Gavin Carter has led Dalwallinu to a 50-point win over Toodyay and the Mortlock Football premiership. Logan Hyde was awarded best on ground for the winners, while Ben Jenkins and Dylan Burgess never gave up for the Toodyay side. This weekend s grand finals are in the Avon, Great Southern, Great Northern and Goldfields. 2nd Semi-Final Pinjarra (85) d Baldivis 8.6 (54) Baldivis 9.5 (59) d South Mandurah 7.5 (47) Colts South Mandurah 12.8 (80) d Rockingham 4.5 (29) South West 1st Semi-Final Harvey Bulls (95) d Collie Eagles (85) Bunbury 10.7 (67) d Carey Park 7.10 (52) Colts South Bunbury 10.9 (69) d Busselton 10.7 (67) 2nd Semi-Final Harv-Bruns-Lesch (85) d Bunbury 7.7 (49) Harv-Bruns-Lesch 13.9 (87) d South Bunbury 6.5 (41) Colts Bunbury 17.9 (111) d Harv-Bruns-Lesch 6.6 (42) Upper Great Southern Grand Final Katanning Wanderers (116) d Narrogin Hawks 11.7 (73) Kukerin-Dumbleyung (71) d Wagin 4.9 (33) Thirds Boddington (76) d Narrogin Hawks 4.7 (31) Fourths Katanning Wanderers 7.6 (48) d Narrogin Hawks 4.3 (27) West Kimberley Grand Final Broome Bulls 10.6 (66) d Derby Tigers 10.4 (64)
19 Club notes For more information please contact your club Claremont Ph: East Fremantle Ph: East Perth Ph: Peel Thunder Ph: Perth Ph: South Fremantle Ph: Subiaco Ph: Swan Districts Ph: West Perth Ph: Claremont All member and supporters are invited to the Club Championship Awards hosted on Friday 13th October to witness who is crowned the Best & Fairest player of The night will be held in the Social Rooms of the Claremont Football Club. All CFC memberships will be available to renew online for the 2018 season from the start of October. Become a Claremont Tiger Subscriber Sign up on to our weekly newsletter on our website to keep up to date on club events and the latest club news Follow us on Instagram and and like us on to stay in the know with all of our latest news at CFC #ROTR Have you downloaded the WAFL App? If you haven t download it & select Claremont Football Club to keep up to day on how the Tigers are tracking Hold your next function with us! The expansive new club rooms have panoramic views over the Tigers home ground and the spectacular new Claremont on the Park developments. The venue is purpose built to host a wide range of different function types from sports days and conferences to sundowners and wedding receptions there s even a bride room! To enquire claremonttigers.com East Fremantle Congratulations to the following: Our Colts team on making the 2017 Grand Final. Chris Scott, Dillon O Reilly, Jayden Quill and Joshua Ritchie on their selection into the Colts Team of the Year. Dillon O Reilly on winning the leading Goal Kicker award. Thank you to all our sponsors for attended last week s Networking Breakfast. It was a great turn out with 26 of our sponsors in attendance at the Swan Yacht Club. Luke Hodge Lunch Friday, September 22nd at the Club in the Main Social Hall from 12 noon 3:00pm. $55 per person includes lunch. Bookings are essential please call Judi on Development Squad games at 8:00am; 10:00am ; 12:00pm; 2:00pm & 4:00pm on the following dates: Monday, September 25th at East Fremantle Oval Friday, September 29th at Leederville Oval Monday, October 2nd at East Fremantle Oval Thursday, October 5th at East Fremantle Oval Reminder raffle books are due in by Friday, September 29th. For compliance with the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor WA it is imperative that the Club receives all tickets sold or unsold by this date. Save the Date: Friday, October 6th Lynn Medal Count & Presentation Dinner Tickets $70 includes 3 course meal. Bookings are essential call Judi on The Friday night Member s Draw has jackpotted to $1,700 but you must be there to collect it. The draw takes place every Friday night between 6:30pm and 7:30pm in the main bar. Members don t forget to take your VIP card each time you go to The Left Bank to accrue points for you and the club! If you have any questions call Renee at UNITE for the BLUE & WHITE. Join as a member now and get behind the Sharks in Memberships start at just $50. Contact or visit our website. Entertainment Books are selling fast and are available from the Club. Great value for only $70. Contact the Club on or Like us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram #SharksUnite East Perth Like us on Facebook East Perth Football Club, follow us on and follow us on for all the latest news, videos and photos. The Royals Online Team Store is now live. Shop our merchandise range, with new products and flexible delivery options you can show you are black and blue through and through anywhere, anytime at Target 2,750. Sign up as a member of the Mighty Royals Today. Go online at and follow the links or call the club on to sign up today. Download the WAFL app from the App Store to keep up to date with all the East Perth stats as well as WAFL competitions. The FD Book Medal Night will be held on Thursday the 5th of October in the East Perth members Bar. Contact the club on to secure your tickets Peel Thunder Congratulations to our Side on reaching the Grand Final, let s go back to back! Sunday 24th September - PTFC Grand Final John Worsfold Domain Stadium: Tickets are $150 and include: Ticketing, 4hr drinks package, canapes, cheeseboard. Book with the club During the Finals Campaign keep in touch with the Club via phone, facebook or Saturday 23rd September Peel Football & Netball Football, Football Grand Bendigo Bank Stadium PTFC Colts Fairest & Best evening David Cameron Memorial Medal Wednesday 4th October PTFC Senior Teams Fairest & Best evening Tuckey Medal. Friday 6th October. October 28th Bee Gees and Fab Four Tribute Show at the Club Tickets $75, includes 2 course meal and entertainment Melbourne Peel Thunder November 7th $69 per person, includes welcome drink, 3 course meal and entertainment Have you experienced the Bear Trap pallet bar? This area is open to everyone and offers a modern alfresco area to host a private party/function any day, time of the year. It features a Refrigerated Container Bar, lounge area, bar tables and viewing platform. Entertainment can also be arranged. Contact: Mel Verdoes at the Club. Friday night the Club holds Membership draw and Chase the Ace are just two ways you can pick up some $$$. Experience great company, great atmosphere and great food. Perth Justin Langer is coming to the Perth Football Club this Friday 22nd September. Join him for the 2017 Centurion Lunch in the Main Hall, Lathlain Park. Tickets are $70 and include a 2- course lunch. See the upcoming events calendar at perthdemons.com.au for full details and to purchase your ticket. Come along to the football club s night of nights the 2017 Butcher Medal on Friday 6th October in the Main Hall, Lathlain Park. Tickets are $60 and include a buffet dinner. See the upcoming events calendar at perthdemons.com.au for full details and to purchase your ticket. End of Season merchandise sale! Visit our online team store via perthdemons.com.au and save up to 50% on your favourite red and black merchandise. While stocks last. South Fremantle Congratulations to Ben Saunders playing his 100th game today for the mighty bulldogs Good luck to the boys in today s AHG Final Series against Subiaco FC. Let s all cheer them on throughout the game. Also, congratulations to our team who will play off next week in the Grand Final. Let s all get along to support the boys in their quest to win another premiership for the mighty Bulldogs. Don t miss our Fremantle Community Bank Flashback Fridays on our Facebook page. Every Friday at 12 noon we will post an image of one of the clubs past players or officials so you can reminisce of times gone by. Don t forget to share Friday Flashbacks with your friends. MEMBER S NIGHT is FRIDAY NIGHT. Get down to the club from 4.00pm every Friday for all the fun and festivities. With happy hour between 5.30 to 6.30 and prizes on offer across the night, you never know your luck when you visit Fremantle Community Bank Oval. And now every Friday nights is Jag the Joker for current financial members. Come in and check out our new South Fremantle Robes just $50.00 each! Or call the admin office to get yours today! Winter gear jackets are $85, hoodies are $65, beanies $20 and scarves $ Memorabilia Pack Get your hands on our 1997 Memorabilia Pack! Which includes a T-Shirt, Team Photo, Stubby Holder, Sticker and a DVD of the Grand Final just $50.00 each! Host your next function, parties or corporate event at SFFC. Experience the function centre s atmosphere and ambience while overlooking Western Australia s most popular boutique football ground - Fremantle Oval. Our position in the centre of bustling Fremantle lets you and your guests enjoy time in the entertainment areas of Fremantle in conjunction with your event. There are 3 versatile rooms that make up the Fremantle Function Centre; Griff John Room, Legends Bar and Hughes Bar. For more information visit We are a social bunch at SFFC! Follow us on SFFCBulldogs, Facebook and You Tube. Subiaco SUBIACO will be celebrating their BEST & FAIREST with the OUTRIDGE MEDAL on WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27. For the final time this will be held at the SUBI SPORTS BAR, so the Lions are calling on all fans and supporters to enjoy one more final Outridge Night at our spiritual home. Tickets available for $100 including a three course meal and four hour drinks package. This is a not to miss event in SUBI SPORTS BAR will host its final AFL Grand Final Day on Saturday September 30. Join us to watch the big game in style with 2 MEGA SCREENS and 10 TVS presented in surround sound. With cheap members price drinks all day and food available, watch the 2017 AFL Grand Final in style at Subiaco Oval and at the Subi Sports Bar. Doors open from 10am, bookings are limited and essential so contact the club on SUBIACO would like to thank all its CORPORATE PARTNERS and all our FINALS CLASSIC PARTNERS for their support during the 2017 Season. We would like to acknowledge Principal Partner QBE, Finals Naming Right Partner SEAMLESS ELECTRICAL SERVICES and Talent Partner AE HOSKINS for their ongoing support of the Subiaco Football Club. SUBIACO has two function rooms that are ideal for your next birthday or special occasion. Thinking of something different for your 2017 CHRISTMAS PARTY, this will be your last chance to do something unique and celebrate the festive season at the SUBI SPORTS BAR. Call the club for more details and available dates. SUBIACO will be doing $5 CORONA S between 11am and 3pm of today s Preliminary Final match. Get up to the Subiaco bar area and enjoy a drink as you watch the action of today s games. SUBIACO encourages all spectators to today s game to come up to the Subiaco Bar Area post-match and join with players, coaches and support staff to dissect today s Preliminary final matches. Swan Districts Join us for the Swan Medal Friday October 6. Tickets $85head.Incl 2 course sit down meal and pre dinner drinks. Formal evening. Bookings: trybooking.com.au/riip Female Football Fairest & Best Awards Night Friday 15 September at the club. $70 Adults $40 Child. Incl dinner and drinks. Bookings: Thursday Steel Blue. Upstairs bar 5pm. ALL Club Members and Supporters get on down and enjoy a great night with fellow supporters. Food available best burgers in the town - Chase the Ace - *Free Members draw- $1000 cash prize, jackpots $100 every week if unclaimed. The Member must be present for the draw on the night of the draw, Proxies are not permitted. Check out our website for up to date JACKPOTS on both draws Memberships are available to purchase from the club packs will be out early Call Jess Why not hold your next function with us, that being a birthday party, wedding, engagement or maybe a seminar. We cater for all purposes. Members enjoy the benefit of free room hire. To enquire please phone reception on or swandistrictsfc.com Like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter #goblackducks and follow us on Snapchat. West Perth It s time for West Perth Football Club s night of nights. Last year West Perth s captain, Jay van Berlo took home the Fairest and Best. Who will be named the Breckler Medallist for the 2017 Season? Join us as we celebrate this years Breckler Medallist on top of celebrating the seasons of our, Colts and Women s teams at the luxurious Joondalup Resort Lakeview Ballroom on Friday 13 October. Enjoyable format includes video highlights, live vote counting for all three grades and plenty of time to dance and mingle with players, sponsors and other guests. Tickets are $180 all-inclusive, so check out the club s website or give us a call on to secure your attendance at the 2017 Breckler Medal Presentation. The football facility at HBF Arena is progressing well however the recent weather has affected the timing of some of the external earth works. Roof sheeting is complete and external cladding is progressing well. There s plenty happening behind the scenes with mechanical installation underway and hydraulic and electrical works progressing. The lifts are being installed and tiling and cabinetry manufacture is also happening at the moment. At this stage the contractor is targeting a practical completion date of 17 October For everything you need to know about the club, please visit our website at or LIKE our Facebook page at West Perth Football Club, and FOLLOW us on Twitter and Instagram at WestPerthFC.
20 20 Stats Semi-final stats for season 2017 First semi-final SOUTH FREMANTLE # Player D K H M T HO I50 G B 1 SCHLOITHE, Haiden DELL-OLIO, Cory BEWICK, Shaun MCINTOSH, Adam KELLY, Timothy HOCKEY, Shane VERRIER, Steven GARLETT, Jarrod STROM, Zachary EDWARDS, Steven HIGGINS, Brock JOHNSON, Blaine MAIN, Dylan SHAW, Mason SAUNDERS, Ben PICKETT, Marlion VANDELEUR, Thomas WILSON, Blayne COOK, Ryan MASKOS, Jason PARKER, Matthew HAMS, Ashton Second semi-final PEEL THUNDER # Player D K H M T HO I50 G B 1 UGLE, Gerald DAWSON, Zac OBRIEN, Rory JETTA, Leroy LAWLER, Brayden SUBAN, Nicholas BENNELL, Traye SHERIDAN, Thomas HANCOCK, Benjamin DARCY, Sean IBBOTSON, Garrick GRIFFIN, Jonathon SUTCLIFFE, Cameron TABERNER, Matthew BELL, Blair LOGUE, Griffin DELUCA, Joshua PEARCE, Danyle RYAN, Luke COLLINS, Sam NYHUIS, Ryan DUMAN, Taylin Swan Districts # Player D K H M T HO I50 G B 2 BLIGHT, Jarrad BENNELL, Jamie ELLARD, David UGLE, Kirk FAULKNER, Adam BANFIELD, Todd AMES, Tallan GAULT, Corey CROWLEY, Ryan GRESCOS, Laurence RIGGIO, Matt CARY, Ricky HOWARD, Alex CLUTTERBUCK, F NOTTE, Tony TURNER, Jesse RIDLEY, Levi NOBLE, Brayden WATSON, Tobe NESS, Jacob HACKETT, Brayden TAYLOR, Samuel SUBIACO # Player D K H M T HO I50 G B 1 HORSLEY, Kyal JOYCE, Justin KENNEDY, Hayden KITCHIN, Leigh COCKIE, Adam LITHERLAND, Angus TWOMEY, Wayde HALLIGAN, Kyle CLARK, Gregory WALTERS, Max HANCOCK, Scott DELAHUNTY, Lachlan ADAMSON, Corey WHEELER, Clancy LOCKYER, Jordan JACKSON, Declan HOSKINS, Craig SOKOL, Ben HEAL, Aaron CREEPER, Adam RYAN, Liam BAKER, Liam Can You Help? WAFL historian Greg Wardell-Johnson wishes to thank all respondents to the Can You Help? segment in the 2017 WAFL Football Budget. Responses and ongoing research have yielded 42 previously unrecorded dates of birth for post-war players to significantly benefit the accuracy of the full WAFL league player database. Since the WAFL competition began in 1885 there are known league players to the start of the 2017 season. The WAFL s official historians are striving to complete the details for as many of those players as possible. For all queries regarding past WAFL players please contact Greg at It is intended to continue with the Can You Help? series in 2018.
21 Results & Ladders WAFL Ladders Second semi-finals LEAGUE PEEL (92) SubiacO (68) GOalS: PT - Taberner 4; Hancock, Sheridan, Darcy, Sutcliffe 2; Lawler, Jetta. SUB Ryan 3; Kitchin, Sokol, Halligan 2; Cockie. best: PT - Taberner, Pearce, Ryan, Collins, Hancock. SUB Delahunty, Heal, Kitchin, Baker, Kennedy. umpires: J Wright, B Evans, R Shelton. CROWD: 2996 at Leederville Oval. RESERVES SOuth FREMANTLE (76) SubiacO (39) GOalS: SF - Fiamengo 2; Dzelebdzic, Pearson, Thompson, Musika, Coutinho, Branchi, Dragovich, B Verrier, Burke. SUB Stevenson, Nelson 2; Matera. best: SF - B Verrier, Dragovich, Florenca, Parry, Ah Siu, Donaldson. SUB - Reid, Borchet, Hayden. COLTS EAST FREMANTLE (79) claremont (64) GOalS: EF - O Reilly 5; Bockman, Murdock 2; Nevill, Lewis, Collard. C Enosa 3; Davis 2; Buller, Barton, England, Patmore. best: EF - Joyce, Bockman, O Reilly, Collard, Jackson. C Devitt-Boyd, England, Enosa, Barton, Daisley. First semi-finals LEAGUE SOuth FREMANTLE (136) SWan DISTRICTS (56) GOalS: SF - Johnson 4; Saunders, Kelly 3; Main, Schloithe 2; Parker, Vandeleur, Hams, Cook, Bewick, Dell olio. SD Crowley 3; Banfield 2; Bennell, Cary, Noble. best: SF - Hockey, Schloithe, Z Strom, Higgins, Kelly, Main, Cook. SD Crowley, Ellard, Taylor, Ugle, Watson, Riggio, Notte. umpires: T McPhee, B Laycock, A Martin. CROWD: 3884 at Fremantle Community Bank Oval. RESERVES CLAREMOnt (84) SWan DISTRICTS (59) GOalS: C - Holt, Simpson 3; Wilson, Winmar 2; Sinclair, Mitchell. SD Manton, Smirk, Wityk 2; Daniels, Nuich, Maguire. best: C - Holt, Shanahan, Williams, Sideris, Gilbert. SD Erceg, Daniels, McGillivray, Maguire, Yukich. COLTS EAST Perth (111) SWan DISTRICTS (23) GOalS: EP - Willcocks, Martin 3; East 2; Nix, Cox, Baulch, Starcevich, Young, Stack, Ameduri, Dugan. SD Rodoreda, Humphries. best: EP - Baulch, Willcocks, Santella, Martin. SD Garcia, Ottaviano, Martin, O Sullivan, Garcia. AFL - First elimination final WEST COAST (78) (et) POrt ADELAIDE (76) GOalS: Wce - Darling, Kennedy 3; Shuey, Petrie 2; Cripps, Priddis. PORT - Dixon 3; S.Gray, Wines 2; Ebert, Powell-Pepper, Wines. best: Wce - McGovern, Priddis, Petrie, Jetta, Shuey, Vardy. PORT - Dixon, Wines, Ebert, Powell-Pepper, Howard, R.Gray. umpires: Donlon, Deboy, Schmitt. CROWD: 41,172 at Adelaide Oval. McDonald s LEAGUE TEAM P W L D FOR AG PC PTS SUBIACO SOUTH FREMANTLE PEEL THUNDER SWAN DISTRICTS WEST PERTH East Perth Claremont East Fremantle Perth TEAM P W L D FOR AG PC PTS SOUTH FREMANTLE CLAREMONT SUBIACO PERTH SWAN DISTRICTS East Fremantle Peel Thunder West Perth East Perth REDiMed COLTS TEAM P W L D FOR AG PC PTS EAST FREMANTLE CLAREMONT SWAN DISTRICTS PEEL THUNDER EAST PERTH Subiaco South Fremantle West Perth Perth AFL Ladder 2017 TEAM P W L D FOR AGST PC PTS ADELAIDE GEELONG RICHMOND GWS PORT ADELAIDE SYDNEY ESSENDON WEST COAST Melbourne Western Bulldogs St Kilda Hawthorn Collingwood Fremantle North Melbourne Cartlon Gold Coast Brisbane
22 Fixtures Round 1 Saturday, 18 March Swan Districts 12.11(83) d Perth 11.5(71) East Fremantle 9.7(61) lost to Claremont 19.9(123) South Fremantle 17.14(116) d Subiaco 11.11(77) East Perth 4.12(36) lost to Peel Thunder 7.11(53) Bye: West Perth Round 2 Saturday, 25 March Peel Thunder 19.12(126) d East Fremantle 5.10(40) Swan Districts 13.7(85) d South Fremantle 8.16(64) Subiaco 13.12(90) d Perth 10.7(67) Sunday, 26 March West Perth 14.15(99) d East Perth 12.6(78) Bye: Claremont Round 3 Saturday, 1 April Perth 13.10(88) lost to Claremont 22.15(147) Peel Thunder 5.13(43) lost to South Frem 12.14(86) East Perth 9.9(63) lost to Swan Districts 11.7(73) West Perth 11.10(76) lost to Subiaco 13.9(87) Bye: East Fremantle Round 4 Friday, 7 April East Perth 11.3(69) lost to Claremont 16.9(105) Saturday, 8 April Subiaco 11.16(82) d Peel Thunder 10.7(67) Perth 16.12(108) d East Fremantle 14.11(95) South Fremantle 23.8(146) d West Perth 6.7(43) Bye: Swan Districts Round 5 Friday, 14 April Peel Thunder 11.7(73) lost to West Perth 15.18(108) South Fremantle 17.9(111) d Claremont 6.10(46) Subiaco 20.15(135) d East Perth 6.8(44) Saturday, 15 April East Fremantle 8.10(58) lost to Swan Districts 12.18(90) Bye: Perth Round 6 Saturday, 22 April East Perth17.13(115) d Perth 14.11(95) Claremont 6.9(45) lost to Subiaco15.10(100) West Perth 13.7(85) d Swan Districts 12.8(80) Tuesday 25 April South Frem 13.22(100) d East Frem 9.5(59) Bye: Peel Thunder Round 7 Saturday, 29 April Swan Districts 15.9(99) d Claremont13.4(82) West Perth 15.19(109) d Perth 14.6(90) Peel Thunder 5.13(43) lost to East Perth 11.10(76) Bye: East Fremantle, South Fremantle, Subiaco Round 8 Saturday, 6 May Claremont 8.7(55) lost to Peel Thunder 12.6(78) East Fremantle 15.8(98) lost to West Perth 19.18(132) Perth 13.8(86) lost to South Fremantle 22.14(146) Swan Districts 6.9(45) lost to Subiaco 15.19(109) Bye: East Perth CL 4 SF 4 PT 4 SD 4 P 0 EP 0 S 0 EF 0 WP 0 PT 8 SD 8 CL 4 WP 4 SF 4 S 4 P 0 EP 0 EF 0 SD 12 CL 8 PT 8 SF 8 S 8 WP 4 EP 0 P 0 EF 0 CL 12 SF 12 SD 12 S 12 PT 8 P 4 WP 4 EP 0 EF 0 SF 16 SD 16 S 16 CL 12 PT 8 W P 4 EP 0 EF 0 SF 20 S 20 SD 16 CL 12 WP 12 PT 8 P 4 EP 4 EF 0 SF 20 S 20 SD 20 WP 16 CL 12 PT 8 E P 4 EF 0 SF 24 S 24 SD 20 WP 20 PT 12 CL 12 E P 4 EF 0 Round 9 Saturday, 13 May Peel Thunder 12.12(84) d Swan Districts 9.9(63) Claremont 11.13(79) lost to Perth 13.9(87) East Fremantle 7.13(55) lost to East Perth (142) Subiaco 19.13(127) d South Fremantle 14.4(88) Bye: West Perth Round 10 Saturday, 20 May Subiaco 15.18(108) d East Fremantle 11.11(77) Perth 5.3(33) lost to Peel Thunder 18.15(123) South Frem10.10(70) lost to East Perth 10.11(71) West Perth 13.14(92) d Claremont 7.18(60) Bye: Swan Districts State Game Saturday, 27 May WAFL (134) d VFL (71) Round 11 Saturday, 3 June Peel Thunder 12.11(83) lost to Subiaco 12.15(87) Perth 9.10(64) lost to Swan Districts 14.13(97) Monday, 5 June East Perth 14.19(103) d West Perth 7.15(57) East Frem 6.4(40) lost to South Frem 28.17(185) Bye: Claremont Round 12 Saturday, 10 June South Frem 11.11(77) lost to Peel Thunder 13.5(83) Perth 11.9(75) lost to Subiaco 22.18(150) Claremont 14.11(95) d East Fremantle 14.8(92) Sunday, 11 June Swan Districts 12.9(81) lost to West Perth 12.17(89) Bye: East Perth Round 13 Saturday, 17 June East Fremantle 19.17(131) d Perth 11.7(73) Claremont 16.14(110)d Swan Districts 6.7(43) Subiaco 14.14(98) d East Perth 10.6(66) West Perth 10.4(64) lost to South Frem 16.15(111) Bye: Peel Thunder Round 14 Saturday, 24 June Claremont 14.6(90) d West Perth 12.16(88) East Frem 3.12(30) lost to Peel Thunder 9.12(66) Swan Districts 14.6(90) d East Perth 9.10(30) Sunday, 25 June South Fremantle 25.13(163) d Perth 7.11(53) Bye: Subiaco Round 15 Saturday, 1 July West Perth 4.12(36) lost to Subiaco 6.11(47) Perth 9.12(66) lost to Swan Districts 11.7(73) East Perth 16.7(103) d East Fremantle 6.6(42) Peel Thunder 8.5(53) d Claremont 6.15(51) Bye: South Fremantle Round 16 Saturday, 8 July Claremont 10.6(66) lost to South Fremantle 14.7(91) Subiaco 20.21(141) d Perth 9.5(59) Swan Districts 12.11(83) d East Fremantle 11.10(76) West Perth 9.15(69) lost to Peel Thunder 16.3(99) Bye: East Perth S 28 SF 24 SD 20 WP 20 PT 16 CL 12 EP 12 EF 0 S 32 SF 24 WP 24 PT 20 SD 20 EP 16 C 12 EF 0 S 36 SF 28 SD 24 WP 24 PT 20 EP 20 C 12 EF 0 S 40 SF 28 WP 28 PT 24 SD 24 EP 20 C 16 EF 0 S 44 SF 32 WP 28 PT 24 SD 24 C 20 EP 20 EF 4 S 44 SF 36 PT 28 SD 28 WP 28 C 24 EP 20 EF 4 S 48 SF 36 PT 32 SD 32 WP 28 C 24 EP 24 EF 4 S 52 SF 40 PT 36 SD 36 WP 28 EP 24 C 24 EF 4 Round 17 Saturday, 15 July Subiaco 14.10(94) d Claremont 7.12(54) East Fremantle 11.7(73) d Perth 8.9(57) East Perth 7.9(51) lost to Peel Thunder 12.7(79) South Fremantle 15.13(103) d Swan Districts 9.9(63) Bye: West Perth Round 18 Saturday, 22 July Perth 11.7(73) lost to West Perth 18.18(126) East Perth 14.7(91) lost to South Fremantle 18.13(121) Peel Thunder 6.4(40) lost to Subiaco 12.14(86) Bye: Claremont, East Fremantle, Swan Districts Round 19 Saturday, 29 July Claremont 10.10(70) lost to East Perth 11.8(74) East Fremantle 9.7(61) lost to Subiaco 19.8(122) Swan Districts 11.6(72) d Peel Thunder 8.8(56) South Fremantle 20.6(126) d West Perth 11.13(79) Bye: Perth Round 20 Saturday, 5 August Perth 5.4(34) lost to Claremont 20.13(133) West Perth 8.7(55) lost to East Perth 21.13(139) South Frem 22.9(141) d East Frem 15.6(96) Subiaco 11.17(83) d Swan Districts 8.6(54) Bye: Peel Thunder Round 21 Saturday, 12 August East Perth 17.8(110) d Swan Districts 8.8(56) West Perth 8.15(63) d East Fremantle 7.8(50) Peel Thunder 11.10(76) d Perth 8.7(55) Claremont 8.13(61) lost to South Fremantle 14.9(93) Bye: Subiaco Round 22 Saturday, 19 August East Frem 8.7(55) lost to Peel Thunder 10.8(68) Perth 14.14(98) d East Perth 13.15(93) Subiaco 19.14(128) d West Perth 6.10(46) Swan Districts 11.5(71) lost to Claremont 13.17(95) Bye: South Fremantle Round 23 Saturday, 26 August East Perth 10.8(68) lost to Subiaco 16.14(110) Claremont 10.14(74) lost to West Perth 12.6(78) Swan Districts 10.9(69) lost to East Frem 20.10(130) Peel Thder 12.14(86) lost to South Frem 18.12(120) Bye: Perth S 56 SF 44 PT 40 SD 36 WP 28 EP 24 C 24 EF 8 S 60 SF 48 PT 40 SD 36 WP 32 C 24 EP 24 EF 8 S 64 SF 52 PT 40 SD 40 WP 32 EP 28 C 24 EF 8 S 68 SF 56 PT 40 SD 40 EP 32 WP 32 C 28 EF 8 S 68 SF 60 PT 44 SD 40 EP 36 WP 36 C 28 EF 8 S 72 SF 60 PT 48 SD 40 EP 36 WP 36 C 32 P 12 EF 8 S 76 SF 64 PT 48 SD 40 WP 40 EP 36 C 32 EF 12 P 12 ELIMINATION/QUALIFYING FINALS Saturday, 2 September QF - South Fremantle 9.8(62) lost to Peel Thunder 12.8(80) Sunday September 3 EF - Swan Districts 11.9(75) d West Perth 8.12(60) First and Second semi-final Sunday, 10 September South Fremantle 20.16(136) d Swan Districts 8.8(56) Subiaco 10.8(68) lost to Peel Thunder 14.8 (92) preliminary final Sunday, 17 September 2.40pm Subiaco v South Fremantle, Leederville Oval. Grand final Sunday, 24 September Domain Stadium
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