North Beach scrapes past Scarborough in rainy battle + Video Highlights

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 10:07 AM - by Sarah Mozley

North Beach hosted Scarborough at Charles Riley Reserve for a tight contest in round six of the A-grade season.

With both sides starting the round on 4-1 and holding second and third position on the ladder, supporters from both teams came out in strong numbers to witness the close match.

Both sides proved their strength throughout the game, however it was North Beach that was able to be make an impact when it mattered most, walking away with a final score of 13.6 (84) to beat Scarborough’s 11.5 (71).

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Curtin Uni Wesley’s Pink Tiger Day continues its success

Thursday, May 18, 2017 - 2:52 PM

The Curtin University Wesley Football Club held it's 7th Annual Pink Tiger Day on Saturday, 13th May at South Oval.

The event in support of The McGrath Foundation raised $40,000 which takes the total over seven years to more than $230,000 raised.

Pink Tiger Day continues to be the largest fundraiser for The McGrath Foundation by any community sports club, Australia wide.

The A Grade team wear specially designed pink jumpers for their match as spectators enjoy food, drinks, entertainment and a fundraising auction in Ladies and Men’s marquees.

This year the club was fortunate to have Tracy Bevan founder of The McGrath Foundation join them for the day. Tracy, who flew over from Sydney especially for the event, spoke to the crowd about breast cancer awareness, the formative years of the Foundation and the ongoing achievements of this incredible organisation. They are currently funding the services of 113 full time breast care nurses across Australia, with a target to more than double this in the coming years.

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Around the Grounds- Round 5

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - 4:02 PM

A Grade

North Beach recorded their fourth win of the season last Saturday with a win over the reigning premiers Trinity Aquinas. North Beach led at every break but it was their second quarter efforts which allowed them to take the four points. North Beach kicked seven goals straight in the second quarter with Trinity Aquinas only managing seven behinds to leave them trailing by 38 points at half time. North Beach are now sitting in third position on the ladder by percentage over Trinity Aquinas who are in fourth.

West Coast led at every break but unfortunately couldn’t hold on to their lead as University managed an eleven-point victory. West Coast are now sitting 0-5 while University are unbeaten this season.

Scarborough, Kalamunda and Curtin Uni Wesley were the other winners in Round 5.

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Uni steal win from West Coast in final quarter surge + Video Highlights

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - 2:00 PM - by Sarah Mozley

Uni travelled to City Beach Oval to take on West Coast in a feisty contest for round five of the A-grade season.

A luckless West Coast were expected to be handed a thumping from a strong Uni side, as they were yet to win a game this season while Uni were entering the round on 4-0, putting them at the top of the ladder.

However, it was West Coast who dominated the first half and they managed to hold the lead for the first three quarters, but Uni managed to gain control in the last term giving them a final score of 9.13 (67) to beat West Coast’s 8.8 (56).

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West Coast Eagles State Colts Amateur Team- Final Squad Announced

Friday, May 12, 2017 - 9:41 AM

The coaching team behind this year’s 2017 WAAFL West Coast Eagles State 19s Program is delighted to announce the final squad for this year.

We are delighted to have clubs from all six WAAFL Colts grades represented with 21 clubs being represented among the 31 players in this year’s squad.

A big thank you goes to all WAAFL Clubs who supported the program with over 100 players attending trials in the past 2 weeks from 33 WAAFL clubs.

The squad will contest matches against the WACFL in May and the WA State 16s in June.

Final squad listed below:

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Around the Grounds- Round 4

Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 3:34 PM

A Grade

In the 2016, Grand Final Rematch Trinity Aquinas beat Scarborough in a close contest at Millington Reserve. Trinity Aquinas took the win by 12 points- almost the same margin as their Grand Final win. Ryan Murphy kicked four goals while Luke Salomone kicked two.

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Forrestdale Breast Cancer Fundraiser- 27 May

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 1:53 PM

Forrestdale Football Club are holding a fundraiser for Breast Cancer on Saturday 27 May. 


Full details in Flyer below:


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TA win thriller over Scarborough in GF rematch + Video Highlights

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 10:44 AM - by Sarah Mozley

Round four of the WAAFL A-grade season saw Trinity Aquinas travel to Millington Oval to take on Scarborough in the 2016 grand final rematch. 

Both teams have had a strong start to this season with three straight wins and holding second and third position on the ladder in the lead up to the game. 

Scarborough supporters came out in strong numbers to watch the highly anticipated clash of the two powerful clubs, and they would not have been disappointed with the low-scoring nail-biting performance.

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Around the Grounds- Round 3

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 2:27 PM

A Grade

Trinity Aquinas had a dominant performance over newly promoted Whitford winning by 80 points. Trinity Aquinas had thirteen individual goal scorers while Whitford had eleven. Ryan Murphy kicked a game high five goals for the winning side. Murphy now sits equal first in the leading goal kicker tally alongside Matthew Battye from Fremantle CBC. 

Scarborough also had a dominant performance over Curtin Uni Wesley beating the home side by 65 points. Parker, Davies, Dawes, Adamson-Holmes and Gribble all kicked three goals each. 

Trinity Aquinas and Scarborough face off this weekend in the 2016 A Grade Grand Final rematch. 

North Beach and Fremantle CBC made it two wins in a row after both losing in the first-round while University made it three wins from three starts. 

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Willetton to host Dane Swan- Sun 7 May

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 9:11 AM

Willetton Football Club are hosting Dane Swan supported by Darren Mcaullay on Sunday 7 May 2.00- 6.00pm at Willetton Sports & Community Centre. 


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Strong North Beach stun West Coast

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 - 9:29 AM - by Sarah Mozley

Round three of the WAAFL A-grade season saw 2016s semi-finalists North Beach travel down the coast to take on West Coast at City Beach Oval. 

West Coast missed having their captain Lee Stringer, who was out injured from a concussion in round two, when they faced off against an on-form North Beach. 

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Around the Grounds- Round 2

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 10:08 AM

A Grade

The 2017 Season has begun with the dominate teams from 2016 sitting right up the top.

University, Scarborough and Trinity Aquinas have started their 2017 campaigns with two wins from two matches with University leading the way by percentage.

University secured a 31-point victory in round one before a 78-point win over Whitford in Round two has given them a handy percentage to start the season.

Scarborough just managed to hold off Wembley in round one to record a twelve-point victory while in round two they had a comfortable sixty-three-point win over West Coast. Scarborough have been helped up forward by Samuel Davies and Jesse Gribble who have kicked six and five goals respectively already.

Reigning premiers Trinity Aquinas have managed to get the four points each week but have done it a little tougher with a five-point win in round one and a twenty-nine-point victory in Round two.

Newly promoted teams Wembley and Whitford are yet to win a game as well as West Coast who narrowly missed out on the finals last season.

Although Wembley are yet to win a game they have been competitive in both the matches they have played. They went down by just twelve points to Scarborough in round one and twenty points to North Beach in round two.

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Fremantle CBC’s dominant second half overpowers Kalamunda

Monday, April 24, 2017 - 4:17 PM - by Sarah Mozley

Round two of the A-grade competition saw 2016’s finalist Fremantle CBC take on a struggling Kalamunda side that have managed to avoid relegation the last few seasons.

Fremantle took complete control of the game in the final half by dominating clearances and time inside forward 50, alongside a strong defensive structure that restricted effective entry into Kalamunda’s half.

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WAAFL commemorates the Anzac’s

Thursday, April 20, 2017 - 10:41 AM

This Saturday 22 April the WAAFL recognises the sacrifices of those men and women who served for our country.

Eleven clubs requested home games in order to show their support for Anzac Day Round.

While some clubs will hold formalities this Saturday on our official Anzac Round others will hold theirs next Saturday 29 April. 

Below are some of the ways our clubs are getting involved:

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Clubs come together in memory of Mark

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 10:45 AM

On Saturday 22 April, the High Wycombe and Kingsway Integrated match will be played in memory of Mark Peck.

Mark lost his life in tragic circumstances in January this year- he was 24 years old.

Mark played for the Kingsway Integrated Team before joining High Wycombe last year. The match has been fixtured between the two clubs to allow the players to show their respects.

Players will be wearing black armbands and observing a minute’s silence before the match.

The match will start at 4.30pm at Scott Reserve, High Wycombe.