Mark Hellinger and Jesse Maskell have won the People’s Choice and Cultural Diversity awards at the 2015 Setting Sun Short Film Festival. Their film Road To Glory tells the story of the Williamstown Seagulls FIDA Football Club in the lead up to their thrilling 2014 premiership. Continue reading
All the away teams won in round five of the WAFL and the competition is full of interest. Historians are at work as we speak trying to see if Peel have ever been second on the ladder before. I haven’t checked but can confidently say they haven’t.
A look at The Homesman (MA)…
KANGAROO Flat unleashed a nine-goal second half to snatch a narrow win over a fired-up and determined Castlemaine on Saturday night.
The Magpies took a well-earned 33-point lead into the half-time break at Bendigo Mazda Oval before a large, but subdued, Roos home crowd. Continue reading
South Fremantle’s round four loss means there are no unbeaten teams in the competition and the ladder has an interesting look about it. Peel Thunder are in the top four and East Perth, arguably the form team, are out of the top five. We also found out something about the much-heralded Channel Seven coverage of the WAFL – it’s not every week! No TV game this week or next.
Peel have celebrated captain Brendan Jones’ 200th WAFL game with an emphatic victory over East Fremantle at Rushton Park. Continue reading
EAGLEHAWK confirmed its pre-season status as a Bendigo Football League Top Five contender with an emphatic 102-point Good Friday belting of South Bendigo. Continue reading