WAFL class man by Les Everett

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South Fremantle’s Brock Higgins. All photos by Les Everett.

First an apology for those of you in the east who rely on me rather than the sugar train for your WAFL news. I’ve been busy in an unexpected and unfamiliar way. Working. One of those things where you go in to some place at 8am and they let you out about 4pm… and in my case it was for five (5) consecutive days in the same week – for TWO weeks. Continue reading

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No Shark problem for Bulldogs by Les Everett

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22s Mason Shaw & Dylan Winton take off after the ball in the Fremantle derby. All photos by Les Everett.

Close games are a sign of a healthy competition. In round four for the WAFL the average winning margin was 64.5 points. Top team Subiaco has an average winning margin after four rounds of 89.5 points and three of their defeated opponents are currently in the top five. Continue reading

One WAFL constant

Round six…

A young fan gets into his half time kick to kick while the pumped up Bulldogs head for the rooms. Photo by Les Everett.

A young fan gets into his half time kick to kick while the pumped up Bulldogs head for the rooms. Photo by Les Everett.

THE Anzac Day games attracted pretty good crowds (about 3,500 each) and it remains difficult to pick a winner in the WAFL. The only constant is that Peel can’t win. And speaking of picking winners, Swan Districts, the popular pick for the wooden spoon, are now sitting in second place on the ladder.

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