Sixth placed Kalamunda faced off with third placed Fremantle CBC at Ray Owen Reserve on Saturday.
Fremantle CBC went into the match as favourites with an impressive eight wins and three losses for the season.
However, despite their ladder positions Kalamunda managed to hold off Fremantle CBC to record an 8.12 (60) to 8.8 (56) victory. They were helped up forward by their coach Justin Simpson who kicked three goals for the match.Read More ...
East Fremantle AFC are urgently looking for a trainer to assist on game day for the remainder of the season.
Contact Terry 0407 951 331.
Round 10 of the A-grade season saw West Coast travel down to Bill Grayden Reserve to take on Trinity Aquinas in a tight contest for dominance.
Trinity Aquinas inflicted heartbreak to West Coast who battled it out for a 2-point lead in the final minutes of the fourth quarter.
However, West Coast were left frustrated as they gave away a 50m penalty, resulting in a TA goal to give them a four point lead with minutes on the clock.Read More ...
It has been identified there is a need to establish a Senior Women’s Community Competition to provide an entry level competition for women to play football.
This year the WAFC is hosting three carnivals to help establish interested clubs to participate in full competition in 2018.
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After ten rounds North Beach are sitting in second position with eight wins and two losses. That’s three more wins and two positions higher on the ladder than this time last year.
North Beach have defeated both 2016 Grand Finalists Trinity Aquinas and Scarborough already this season as well as current ladder leaders University. Last weekend they defeated Kalamunda, a team they lost to in round one this season.
Their only other loss this season has been against the in form Fremantle CBC by just nine points.Read More ...
On Saturday 3 June, the usual black and red seen at the Bullcreek Leeming Amateur Football Club turned to blue in support of non-profit organisation Beyond Blue. Beyond Blue address issues associated with depression, anxiety and related mental disorders.
The fundraiser held at Beasley Park aimed to raise $5,000 for Beyond Blue in its inaugural year, however the club ended up raising nearly double the intended target with around $9,000 raised.Read More ...
West Coast defeated Curtin Uni Wesley by just three points to lift them further away from relegation position.
North Beach and Fremantle CBC continue to climb up the ladder with North Beach now sitting in second position and Fremantle CBC in third. North Beach gave University their first loss of the season with a five-point win while Fremantle CBC defeated bottom of the ladder Whitford by 79 points.Read More ...
The West Coast Eagles State U23 Amateur Team battled wet conditions on the Gold Coast as they came up against Queensland on Sunday.
The match was contested throughout with the margin never exceeding five points at every break. The wet conditions made it tough to get clean possession of the football as the rain continued to fall for the entire match.
Thomas Cuijpers kicked two goals for the WAAFL in the first quarter as they looked to be the better side early on. However, Queensland added 1.1 to 0.4 in the second quarter to leave the scores level at the main break.Read More ...
Round 7 of the A-Grade season saw West Coast host Wembley at City Beach Oval in a close contest.
Both teams were desperate for a win as they sat near the bottom of the ladder, with Wembley on 0-1 and West Coast winless for the season.
It was West Coast that managed to remain dominant throughout most of the game, giving them the win despite a late surge from Wembley.
The final score of West Coast’s 12.7 (79) beating Wembley’s 10.9 (69) was a relief to West Coast supporters, who came down in strong numbers for an all-day club event.
The game opened with Wembley kicking the first few goals and dominating possession in their forward 50.Read More ...
Kelmscott Football Club are hosting former AFL Player Barry Hall on Friday 7 July at John Dunn Memorial Pavilion.
Tickets are $30 and can be purchased from the club 9390 5400 or 0401 694 196.
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Sixth placed Fremantle CBC had a close match with third placed Scarborough at Millington Reserve. Fremantle CBC managed to win the match by five points to see them jump to third spot with 5 wins and 2 losses for the year. Matthew Battye kicked four goals for Fremantle CBC while Jordan Adamson-Holmes kicked three for Scarborough.
University defeated Trinity Aquinas by a convincing 58 points at Bill Grayden Reserve. The loss sees Trinity Aquinas slip to sixth position, the last time they were in sixth position was Round 10 2014.
West Coast recorded their first win of the season with a 10-point win over Wembley.
Other winners this week were North Beach over Whitford and Curtin Uni Wesley over Kalamunda.Read More ...
The Bullcreek Leeming AFC are holding it's inaugural Beyond Blue Fundraiser match against Melville on Saturday 3 June 2017.
The event at Beasley Park, Leeming is hoping to raise $5,000 through raffles, auctions and donations from the public.
You can donate on the day or via this online link: http://bit.ly/2ri48ke
For more information visit their event page on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2rztMSv
When Coolbinia West Perth player Joel Shirlow stepped onto the field last Saturday he clocked up his 400th WAAFL match.
Joel or ‘Jacko’ as he is known to his teammates started playing in the WAAFL “about 22 years ago” for the Osborne Districts J Grade side.
The backman has played in a range of grades from B Reserves, C Grade League and Reserves, J Grade and most recently E Grade. Since 2003 Jacko has played at least 15 games every season.
After being involved in many football matches Jacko received his first premiership medallion in last year’s Grand Final which saw the Coolbinia West Perth E3 side defeat Gosnells by 26 points.Read More ...