Do you want to relive the best marks, goals and passages of play of the 2017 McDonald's WAFL Premiership season?
Check out the top #MaccasMoments from every round so far in the videos below.
ROUND 1 - Jonathon Marsh
We kick off the season with a massive 70m goal by East Fremantle's Jonathan Marsh following his return from Collingwood.
ROUND 2 - West Perth
A slick, quality passage of play by West Perth Football Club leads to a running goal by Steven Potente in the final term of the Falcons' 21-point win over East Perth Football Club Inc in the inaugural Polly Farmer Shield clash.
ROUND 3 - Swan Districts' Jamie Bennell
Swan Districts star Jamie Bennell takes a screamer on Will Schofield's shoulders and nails a 50m set shot to help seal the Swans' thrilling 10-pt win over East Perth.
ROUND 4 - Subiaco's Liam Ryan
We just can't go past Subiaco high-flier Liam Ryan. The Geraldton product added to his growing highlight reel with a towering pack mark against Peel Thunder, before going back and slotting the set-shot goal.
ROUND 5 - South Fremantle
We just can't go past this slick passage of play by South Fremantle which leads to a goal by Blaine Johnson in the top-of-the-table clash against Claremont. It's an outstanding highlight in the Bulldogs' 65-point victory, which has advanced the side to top spot on the ladder.
ROUND 6 - West Perth's Kody Manning
We just can't go past West Perth's Kody Manning who produces a quality smother and then kicks a huge goal on the run outside 50 in the Falcons' thrilling five-point victory over undefeated Swan Districts.
ROUND 7 - Swan Districts
We see Swan Districts’ Xavier Ellis perform the perfect knock-on advantage to teammate Matthew Rogers who boots the ball inside 50 and Ricky Cary snaps a brilliant goal from his left, one of five goals kicked by him in the Swans 17-point victory over Claremont.
ROUND 8 - West Perth's Rudy Riddoch
The #maccasmoment goes to West Perth's Rudy Riddoch who has been unstoppable in the forward line for the Falcons in the recent weeks and in the clash against East Fremantle we see Riddoch kick this long-range goal off the deck.
ROUND 9 - Perth's Devin McFarlane
We just can't go past Perth back man Devin McFarlane who takes this sensational pack mark in the final term of the Demons' gutsy eight-point win over Claremont. It was one of nine marks taken by McFarlane in the side's second victory for the season.
ROUND 10 - Peel Thunder's Leroy Jetta
We just can't go past Peel Thunder’s Leroy Jetta who volleys through a goal while still lying flat on his back! It was one of three goals Jetta secured for the Thunder in their 90-point victory over Perth Football Club on Saturday.
ROUND 11 - South Fremantle's Tim Kelly
We just can't go past South Fremantle's Tim Kelly who was an absolute stand-out in the Bulldogs demolition of their derby rivals East Fremantle. Kelly made a career-high seven goals, including five in a 15-minute burst in the third term as the Bulldogs regained their ruthless streak with a 145-point victory over the Sharks!?
ROUND 12 - South Fremantle's Ben Saunders
We just can’t go past South Fremantle Football Club’s star forward Ben Saunders who took a #AHG mark-of-the-year contender when he flew on the shoulders of Peel Thunder's Griffin Logue to get some serious airtime! The three-time Bernie Naylor medallist then booted one of three goals.
ROUND 13 - Subiaco's Liam Ryan
We just can’t go past Subiaco’s Liam Ryan who gets up on the shoulders of East Perth’s Sharrod Wellingham to take a great mark! The Lions livewire led the side’s stunning fightback to post a memorable 14.14 (98) to 10.6 (66) win.
ROUND 14 - East Perth's Tom Lamb
We just can’t go past EastPerth's Tom Lamb who launched himself at a pack to clutch the ball in spectacular fashion in clash with Swan Districts! Lamb also kicked a goal for the Royals who fell 26-point short of Swans after a spirited fightback.
ROUND 15 - Subiaco's Adam Creeper
We just can’t go past Subiaco's Adam Creeper who smothers West Perth player Mark Hamilton’s kick and performs a clever snap from long range in the final term which sees his team-mates swamp him to celebrate his maiden goal in his third league appearance!
ROUND 16 - Swan Districts' Tony Notte
We just can’t go past Swan Districts player Tony Notte who launches himself over East Fremantle skipper Jamie McNamara and perfectly balanced, he takes a spectacular grab for the Swans.
ROUND 17 - East Fremantle's Cameron Eardley
We just can’t go past East Fremantle player Cameron Eardley who launches himself over Perth’s Brant Colledge and takes a fantastic grab for the Sharks.
ROUND 18 - West Perth's Tyler Keitel
West Perth player Tyler Keitel caused plenty of headaches for Perth in their Round 18 clash on Saturday. Keitel celebrated his career-best seven-goal haul in the side’s 53-point victory over the Demons. Keitel finished with 21 disposals and four tackles
ROUND 19 - Swan Districts' Taryce Stewart
Swan Districts Taryce Stewart spins himself out of trouble, before he slots a goal for the Swans in their 16-point victory over Peel Thunder at Steel Blue Oval on Saturday.
ROUND 20 - East Perth's Jake Waterman
We just can’t go past East Perth youngster Jake Waterman who takes a huge grab over teammate Josh Hill in the Royals 84-point victory over West Perth at HBF Arena.
ROUND 21 - East Perth's Willie Rioli
We just can’t go past East Perth small forward Willie Rioli who provided plenty of excitement on Saturday, booting four goals and having a hand in at least four others! It was his first league game since a hamstring strain in his one appearance in Round 11.
ROUND 22 - Subiaco's Liam Ryan
We just can’t go past Subiaco star Liam Ryan who launches himself over West Perth players to clutch the ball in spectacular fashion in the Lions 18th straight win for the season.