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Around the Grounds Round 7

Thursday, May 17, 2018 - 4:13 PM

Round 7 of the WAFL sees Peel Thunder host Subiaco in the televised match for the weekend. Shortly after this game gets underway Claremont and Perth battle it out at Claremont Oval, East Perth take on South Fremantle at Leederville Oval and West Perth and East Fremantle go head-to-head at Joondalup Arena.

There will be heaps happening around the grounds including fun zones, pop-up food and beverage outlets and competitions for the whole family. Check out what you can get involved in at the footy this weekend.

Peel Thunder v Subiaco - Bendigo Bank Stadium | Saturday 2.10pm

Make a trip to Mandurah to witness the Thunder and Lions clash in a Grand Final rematch at Bendigo Bank Stadium! Food and drink available at the venue as well as kick-to-kick at all quarter breaks. 

Claremont v Perth - Claremont Oval | Saturday 2.15pm

Head to Claremont Oval this weekend to see the Tigers take on the Demons in their second home game of the season! Kids can get involved in the special colouring-in station which will be set up near the merchandise van with some exciting prizes to give-away.

Make sure to visit the club's new merchandise van to stock up on all your favourite Tigers gear. The 2017 limited edition guernsey and player badge are on sale and the Tigers' new polos, jackets and rainproof jackets are all now available.

The Hello Tiger Café will be open from 7am and is located outside the ground. They will be offering toasties, bircher museli, chia puddings and freshly baked muffins with barista coffee.

The Kiosk downstairs will be open from 9am and is located inside the ground - offering wedges, hot dogs, pies & sausage rolls, ham & cheese croissants and assorted toasted melts and snacks.

The upstairs bar will be open from 12pm and grab 'n' go food will be available including cheese burgers & chips, loaded fries, butter chicken curry, fish & chips, turkish melts and Mrs Macs pies.

East Perth v South Fremantle | Leederville Oval | Saturday 2.15pm

Grab your family and friends and get to Leederville Oval to see the Royals clash with the Bulldogs. Make sure to stick around after the game for the special Royal wedding event which kicks off at 6pm at the club's function centre. There will be live music by Band X and the bar facilities will be open. But wait it gets even better... the event is free!

West Perth v East Fremantle | Joondalup Arena 2.15pm

Witness the Falcons and Sharks clash at Joondalup Arena this Saturday! Food and drink available at the venue, as well as kick-to-kick at all quarter breaks. 


 

State Game Match Report – WAFL v SANFL

Thursday, May 17, 2018 - 4:12 PM - by Chris Pike
SCINTILLATING second and fourth quarters have led the KIA WAFL State Team to an inspired and drought-breaking 26-point victory over South Australia in the 2018 State Game on Saturday at Adelaide Oval.
 
Western Australia went into the contest on Saturday at Adelaide Oval having won the past five State matches but winning in Adelaide against the Croweaters hadn’t happened since a State of Origin victory for the Sandgropers in 1994.
 
WA then started slowly on Saturday going goalless in the opening quarter. But that soon changed with a scorching eight-goal performance in the second term to head into half-time with a four-goal advantage. Read More ...

TABtouch Team of Round 6

Thursday, May 10, 2018 - 11:43 AM - by Chris Pike

ROUND 6 of the 2018 WAFL season saw victories for South Fremantle, Subiaco, Peel Thunder and East Perth while a host of players put their hands up to be part of the State match this Saturday against South Australia as well.

Three of the four Round 6 matches took place on Saturday afternoon with Subiaco pushed for the first time in 2018, but ending up beating West Perth 13.10 (88) to 10.6 (66) at Leederville Oval.

South Fremantle made it four straight wins beating Swan Districts 16.11 (107) to 14.10 (94) at Fremantle Community Bank Oval and Peel Thunder returned to the winner's list defeating Claremont 14.14 (98) to 11.12 (78) at Bendigo Bank Stadium.

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Vote now for the top mark and goal of Round 6

Tuesday, May 8, 2018 - 9:14 AM

Check out the top Kia marks and TABtouch goals of Round 6 of the WAFL in the videos below. 

East Perth player Fraser McInnes was named winner of the Round 5 KIA Mark of the Week and Swan Districts player Rhys Palmer booted the TABtouch Goal of the Week.

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Round 6 Match Report – East Fremantle v East Perth

Tuesday, May 8, 2018 - 9:13 AM - by Chris Pike
EAST Perth continued its imposing form since its big loss to Subiaco to open the season cruising to a 33-point win against East Fremantle on Sunday that only wasn’t by significantly more due to their inaccuracy.
 
East Perth has now won four straight matches and done so in supremely impressive fashion since that 118-point loss to Subiaco on Good Friday to open the 2018 WAFL season.
 
The Royals had beaten West Perth, Perth and Peel Thunder since then to head to East Fremantle Oval on Sunday full of confidence against an East Fremantle team who had lost to South Fremantle and Swan Districts the previous two weeks by a combined 184 points.
 
East Perth dominated kicking with the breeze in the first quarter even with East Fremantle getting the first goal of the game. 
 
But the only thing stopping the Royals opening a match-winning lead was their inaccuracy with just three goals from 13 shots.
 
It was a similar story in the third term again with the breeze as East Perth kicked another 4.6 but despite that inaccuracy the Royals controlled the contest from start to finish to end up winning 10.21 (81) to 6.12 (48).
 
Despite only winning by 33 points in the finish, it was a complete domination by East Perth who had 50 more disposals than East Fremantle, took 13 more marks, had 30 more entries inside-50 and 13 more scoring shots.
 
The Royals now head into the break for the State game against South Australia at Adelaide Oval this Saturday with an impressive 4-1 record in third position. 
 
East Fremantle is anchored to the bottom of the ladder at 1-5 with a percentage of just 62.
 
East Perth will have a stern challenge following the State game break taking on the also 4-1 South Fremantle at Leederville Oval in Round 7 on Saturday May 19.
 
East Fremantle's job of returning to playing competitive football won't be an easy one in a fortnight's time up against West Perth on the same day at Joondalup Arena.
 
EAST FREMANTLE 2.0 4.6 4.8 6.12 (48)
EAST PERTH 3.10 3.11 7.17 10.21 (81)
 
EAST FREMANTLE – Goals: Loersch 2; Snadden, Winton, Green, Bristow.
Best: Schofield, Bristow, Henson, Loersch, Marsh, Hampson.
EAST PERTH – Goals: Hille, Brander 2; Samelko, Ainsworth, McInnes, Partington, Rotham, England.
Best: Partington, McInnes, Brander, Samelko, Wellingham, Ainsworth, Schofield.

Round 6 WAFL Results

Monday, May 7, 2018 - 11:37 AM - by Chris Pike

ROUND 6 of the 2018 WAFL season saw top two teams Subiaco and South Fremantle overcome strong challenges from West Perth and Swan Districts while Peel Thunder got back on the winner's list and East Perth cruised to a fourth successive victory.

Three of the four Round 6 matches took place on Saturday afternoon with South Fremantle beating Swan Districts 16.11 (107) to 14.10 (94), Subiaco defeating West Perth 13.10 (88) to 10.6 (66) and Peel Thunder downing Claremont 14.14 (98) to 11.12 (78).

The round then concluded on Sunday afternoon with East Perth making it four straight beating East Fremantle 10.21 (81) to 6.12 (48).

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Ontime Group Joins The Royals

Monday, May 7, 2018 - 12:00 AM

East Perth is excited to announce a new 3-year agreement with Ontime Delivery Group. The WA based branch of the business has been a long time supporter of the club's annual Banquet Auction and Player Sponsorships. Ontime Group's Managing Director Terry Kernan played 2 seasons at East Perth and is a 1976 Reserves Premiership player.

'It is fantastic to welcome Ontime Group into our family of sponsors' East Perth CEO Dean Turner said about the partnership. 'To have a past player such as Terry give back to the club in a way like this allows us to connect our rich history with our exciting future.'

'Ontime Groups General Manager Walter Scremin has been fantastic identifying where the business can support East Perth to benefit the community' Mr Turner said

Established in 1983, Ontime Group also specialise in providing transport management, technology and analytics that deliver savings and efficiencies to their clients in a personal manner.

The Ontime logo will appear on the East Perth's League and Reserves playing shorts.

To find out more about Ontime Group's services Click Here

Reserves and Colts Squads Round 6

Friday, May 4, 2018 - 10:57 AM
ReservesColts
ABBOTT, CampbellBAULCH, Thomas
AJANG, AjangBRADBURY , Egan
ALLSOP, CiaranCOX, Rhai-arn
AMEDURI, ChristianGLEDHILL, Bronson
ARBON, NathanGREAVES, Damon
BASHEMULE, EricHAMER-MATHEW, Jarrod
BLANCH, HarryHARMAN, Harrison
BOLTON, DwayneHATCH, Matthew
BURROWS, RyanHAYDEN, Jordan
EAST, SamHOFFMAN, Tyler
EDWARDS, JeddKUEK, Sebit
GUPANIS, MitchellMCGUIRE, Ben
HEWETT, JoshuaMILLER, Louis
LA FONTAINE - ROBERTS, KaneMONTGOMERIE, Jed
MILLER, BenjaminMSANDO, Jacob
NORTH, TaylorOMODEI, Aidan
OLANGO, TonyPASALICH, Reuben
RILEY, BlakePHILLIPS, Brennan
RUDRUM, JamieREILLY, Patrick
STACK, HarleyRILEY, Jack
WILLCOCKS, KyeROBINSON, Kyle
YOUNG , MatthewSANTELLA, Ben
SOKA , Yugusuk
SPARKS, Cooper
SPARKS, Harley
SPARKS, Rory

2018 WA State Academy player intake

Friday, May 4, 2018 - 10:06 AM

The first intake of players for the 2018 WA State Academy has been completed.

This includes 47 players in the 16s age group and 38 in the 18s age group, including seven 17-year-old development players. A second intake of 18s players will occur in the coming weeks.
 
WAFC Executive Manager Talent and Football Operations Scott Baker welcomed all of the players to the Academy program and congratulated them on their selection.

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Around the Grounds Round 6

Friday, May 4, 2018 - 10:06 AM

Round 6 of the WAFL sees Peel Thunder host Claremont this Saturday afternoon, with games also taking place at Fremantle Community Bank Oval and Leederville Oval. The local footy action concludes on Sunday in at East Fremantle Oval where the Sharks and Royals clash heads. 

There will be heaps happening around the grounds including fun zones, pop-up food and beverage outlets and competitions for the whole family. Check out what you can get involved in at the footy this weekend.

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