Five of this year’s winners are at their original WAFL club, four have played in the AFL and two are from interstate.
A look at Sully...
I DON’T believe any regular travellers, or travellers of any kind really, will ever forget those images of the downed American airliner in New York’s Hudson River a few years back. Continue reading
The top 10 at every club…
WHAT a year of Australian Rules footy we’ve had. Peel Thunder’s first WAFL premiership, the mighty performance of the Westetn Bulldogs – history has been made everywhere. Have you had your fill? Of course you haven’t. Continue reading
A look at The Magnificent Seven
NOW I know there’ll be all sorts of criticisms of Antoine Fuqua’s remake of The Magnificent Seven, but as a sucker for a Western movie I’m not joining the ranks. Continue reading
SANDHURST snapped a 12-year BFL premiership drought with an emphatic 32-point win over old rivals Golden Square in Saturday’s 2016 grand final. Continue reading
Peel pressure too much for Lions
Peel Thunder have won their first WAFL premiership after a tough grand final at Subiaco Oval on Sunday. Peel were in control from the outset but scored four behinds before Subiaco kicked the first goal of the game through Brad Stevenson. However the Thunder midfield was well on top and by quarter time they’d set up a lead of 24 points. A classical winger’s display by Ed Langdon was the highlight of the first quarter. Continue reading