WA's State 18s take on the Allies today at Etihad Stadium in the final round of the 2018 NAB AFL National 18s Championships.
The game will be played at 12.10pm WA time and will be televised live on Fox Footy.
The West Australian Football Commission (WAFC) has been informed by the East Perth Football Club of its intention to terminate its partner agreement with the West Coast Eagles.
East Perth FC provided notice of the termination following extensive internal discussion and consultation, with the East Perth FC Board voting unanimously to return to a traditional WAFL club structure.
Having met with both the West Coast Eagles and East Perth FC this week, WAFC CEO Gavin Taylor said significant work will be required to determine the right model going forward.
Check out the top Kia marks and TABtouch goals of Round 13 of the WAFL in the videos below.
Subiaco player Thomas Edwards-Baldwin booted the TABtouch Goal of Round 12 and team mate Rhys Waters was named winner of the KIA Mark of the Week.
IT was back to a full round of four matches in Round 13 of the WAFL on Saturday with Subiaco seeing off West Perth's challenge, Claremont breaking into the top five, Peel Thunder closing in on another finals berth and South Fremantle handing East Perth a sixth consecutive loss.
It turned out to be a fascinating afternoon of WAFL action in Round 13 on Saturday as things really heat up in the battle for finals positions in 2018.
The round got underway at Bendigo Bank Stadium with Peel Thunder defeating Swan Districts 10.18 (78) to 9.6 (60) to celebrate the 100th WAFL game of dual premiership captain Gerald Ugle.
Western Australia’s State 18s claimed their first win of the NAB AFL National 18s Championships with a 32 point victory against Victoria Country in Geelong today, Friday June 29.
WA kicked the first four goals of the game to lead from start to finish and register the 11.10 (76) to 6.8 (44) win.
Jarrod Cameron, pictured, starred in the forward line for WA with five goals – one in every quarter and two in the second. Luke Foley, Mitchell Georgiades, Tyron Smallwood, Dylan O’Reilly, Tom Medhat and Luke English all added singles.
THE WAFL is back to a full round of fixtures this Saturday and there's plenty on the line with West Perth trying to topple Subiaco in the annual International Football Festival at Joondalup Arena undoubtedly the headline act.
There were just the three games in Round 12 of the WAFL last Saturday and that saw the season significantly tighten up in terms of the battle for the last two spots in the final five, with Claremont winning to close in further and Swan Districts and East Perth losing to be in danger of dropping out.
While Subiaco and West Perth won their games last Saturday to further consolidate their top three positions either side of the second placed South Fremantle, it's a tight competition beneath the Lions, Bulldogs and Falcons who appear to have their spots sewn up at this stage.
HIS move to Mandurah has proved the best decision of his life with Gerald Ugle becoming a dual premiership captain with Peel Thunder and now the only thing that would take he and his young family away would be a second AFL chance as he approaches game 100 in the WAFL.
Being able to settle living in Mandurah with his wife, son and daughter now since making the move from Perth at the end of 2014 has proven quite the successful decision to make for Ugle both on and off the field.
The result is that he has not missed a game since joining Peel for the 2015 season. He has played 79 of a possible 79 matches at the Thunder and that has included the only nine finals that the club has ever participated in.
Four ripper WA Football League clashes are set to unfold this Saturday and there will be heaps of activities and competitions all members of the family can get involved in.
East Fremantle and Claremont take to Geraldton as part of the WA Football Commission’s ‘Festival of Football’ event being held in the region this week. Live score updates and statistics can be viewed via the WAFL app and on both the WAFL clubs Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Click here for more information on the ‘Festival of Football’.
Emmanuel Catholic College has won the Senior Schoolboys Cup Cable Division for the first time, defeating CBC Fremantle by 31 points in the Grand Final at McGillivray Reserve on Wednesday, June 27.
Emmanuel Catholic College made their mark in the opening half of the match, kicking four goals and keeping CBC Fremantle goalless.
CBC Fremantle fought back in the second half but couldn't quite overcome Emmanuel Catholic College who claimed the win, 6.8 (44) to 1.7 (13).
WA Football League clubs East Fremantle and Claremont head to Geraldton for their Round 13 clash this weekend as part of the WA Football Commission’s Festival of Football initiative taking place in the region.
The festival kicks off Wednesday June 27 and runs through to Sunday July 1. It features football clinics, player visits from East Fremantle FC, educational sessions and forums hosted by the WA Football Commission in close partnership with key local stakeholders, the WA Country Football League and the two clubs.
The festival is supported by the Country Sport Enrichment Scheme which is run through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.
THERE were just the three games in Round 12 of the WAFL on Saturday but that didn’t mean there weren’t plenty of standout individual performances especially coming from the winning Subiaco, West Perth and Claremont teams.
With the second placed South Fremantle, eighth placed reigning premiers Peel Thunder and last placed East Fremantle having the Round 12 bye, there were the three matches that took place on Saturday afternoon.
That started at Leederville Oval with Claremont moving to being within percentage of a finals position beating East Perth 14.11 (95) to 9.9 (63) with Jye Bolton and Bailey Rogers especially outstanding while captain Ian Richardson kicked four goals in his 201st game.
A HOST of players put their hands up to be the M & J Chickens Player of Round 12 despite there only being three WAFL matches, but Subiaco captain Kyal Horsley just had to be recognised for the way he is dominating the 2018 season.
There were only the three matches in the WAFL in Round 12 and each of them produced players who put their hands up to be named Player of the Round.
Claremont beat East Perth at Leederville Oval to keep its finals chances alive with Bailey Rogers and Jye Bolton vying for best on ground honours with 35 possessions apiece.
West Perth Football Club League players will don special guernseys featuring the British flag for their International Football clash against Subiaco at Joondalup Arena this Saturday, June 30.
The clash forms part of the club’s annual International Football Festival which celebrates the diverse community in the Falcons District. The district embraces the largest multicultural and migrant community within the State, overseeing participation and involvement of footy players from Hillarys through to Two Rocks.
Clontarf Aboriginal College has claimed the Fremantle Dockers Cup White Division title after the team cemented a thrilling one-point victory over Shenton College at McGillivray Reserve on Monday.
Shenton College narrowly missed forcing extra time when a snap from deep in the right forward pocket hit the behind post in the dying seconds of the Grand Final.
Shenton College had a nine-point lead at half time but Clontarf Aborginal College fought back and pushed ahead mid way through the half.