Hit the scoreboard, build confidence and play your role. Football is a simple game and Eagles youngster Xavier O’Neill is hoping three simple steps will see him regain a spot in the Eagles’ best 22.
Five-time All-Australian. Premiership player. Richmond great. There’s not a lot that WA’s Alex Rance didn’t achieve in his decorated 200-game AFL career... but it wasn’t all smooth sailing.
Subiaco colts premiership coach Chayce Creedy doesn’t expect to have Blake Morris as his disposal for too much longer.
Haiden Schloithe has a gift of timing unparalleled in WAFL ranks, whether with ball in hand or when he makes the most important contributions to South Fremantle’s cause.
Unlucky Fremantle midfielder Luke Valente still holds hopes of making his AFL debut this season after producing his best performance since being drafted.
West Coast had six AFL-listed players feature in the Eagles’ 125-point WAFL loss to East Fremantle on Saturday. Here’s how they went.
Just five Fremantle Dockers turned out for Peel in their upset win over Perth at Mineral Resources Park on Saturday. Here’s how they went.
When Josh Schoenfeld signed with East Fremantle after being delisted by Gold Coast last season, he arrived at New Choice Homes Park with one simple goal.
Subiaco premiership coach Beau Wardman rated Saturday’s win over the previously-undefeated Claremont at Leederville Oval as one of the finest of his coaching tenure.
West Perth coach Geoff Valentine has backed Jason Salecic to retain his spot in the league side after playing his first game in eight years on Saturday.
Peel midfielder Jackson Merrett believes the Thunder’s 15-point win over Perth shows the team’s system holds up no matter who’s in the side.
A seven goal Jonathon Marsh masterclass has sunken West Coast, the former Saint kicking a bigger score than the Eagles combined WAFL outfit as East Fremantle ran out 125 point winners on Saturday.
Trailing by 30 points early in the third quarter, the Falcons lifted and kicked the final five goals to beat Swans by nine points at Provident Financial Oval.
The Lions roared to their most impressive win of the season, smashing the previously-undefeated Claremont at Leederville Oval.
Jimmy Miller’s sole goal with a minute to play ensured South Fremantle saw off a dogged East Perth in a nail-biting WAFL match.
Peel went into the match without seven AFL-listed players from last weekend’s game, but still claimed a 15-point win over Perth.
Four new WA Football Hall of Fame members will be named in a joint annual function with the Sandover Medal count.
To play 250 games for a football club is an incredible feat, to play 175 of them uninterrupted is almost unheard of. But that’s exactly what Swan Districts star Tony Notte will today achieve.
A Brownlow medallist and a dual AFL premiership player starred in their league debuts in the country, while Albany Sharks went back-to-back for the first time in their history.
Nearly eight years and 142 matches since he held up the premiership cup, former West Perth captain Jason Salecic is about to complete one of the most remarkable comebacks in WAFL history.
Veteran Subiaco and State full-back Jordan Lockyer damaged a calf at training this week and is in doubt for the crucial match against unbeaten Claremont at Leederville Oval.
It has taken a year-and-a-half of drama and disruptions but Nick Robertson believes he is finally about to reveal his capabilities as a match-changing midfield force.
New State coach Geoff Valentine is seeking two assistants to help him take on South Australia after Kyal Horsley and Beau Maister withdrew from the trip to Adelaide.
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