Help yourselves Demons

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Action from Des Penman Reserve. I wanted more action from the scoreboard attendants.

WAFL round 18… and a bit of PFL… Continue reading

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Lions thump Eagles but what did it mean?

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The view from the couch Subiaco vs West Coast on Ch 7.

Round 16 was the last of the bye weekends in the WAFL with three games played. The most significant result, on the surface, was Subiaco’s thumping win over West Coast. The Eagles were beginning to look a bit scary with wins over East Fremantle (72 points), South Fremantle (22), Peel (48) and West Perth (69) in their last four outings. Continue reading

WAFL in motion

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Bailey Banfield. Photos by Les Everett.

I’ve been away but the WAFL, to its credit, has continued. There’s a good battle for spots in the five with only the improved East Fremantle and Swan Districts out of the running. The Lions keep winning and are two games ahead of the field in top place. West Coast are beginning to look ominous – in form and poised a game outside the five. They’ll move in with a win over Subiaco on Saturday. And wouldn’t a successful Eagles be great for the comp… Continue reading

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

Subi win again

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Kyal Horsley at Bassendean in 2018. He looks pretty much the same this year but wears a different number.

Moments before three quarter time at Bassendean Oval Swans led by 22 points. Subi kicked a goal after the siren and 5.6 to 0.2 in the last quarter to make it 27 wins in a row. Josh Deluca was good all day for the Lions while Kyal Horsley and Leigh Kitchen led the fightback. Tony Notte was magnificent for Swan Districts especially as his team crumbled in the last quarter. Continue reading