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2024 WAFLW Team of the Week: Round 13

ALL FOUR winning sides contributed the same amount of WAFL Women’s Team of the Week nominees for Round 13, making up 16 of the 24 players in the side. Two losing sides – South Fremantle and Peel Thunder had one less with three, while Claremont had two and East Perth was the only team without […]

The Price is right: Falcons do it again

WEST PERTH is making a habit out of snatching victory out of the jaws of defeat in the dying moments of a match, and after stunning Claremont last week, doubled down with an incredible win over South Fremantle. The Falcons trailed by as much as 17 points early in the fourth term, before kicking 3.2 […]

PREVIEW | 2024 WAFLW Round 12: Saturday

A SUPER Saturday awaits in the WAFL Women’s tomorrow with all four games taking place simultaneously just after 2pm tomorrow. We preview each of the Round 12 matches ahead of the big day.

Swans tame Tigers in stunning upset

IT WAS an upset 692 days in the making, with Swan Districts stunning ladder leaders and premiership favourites Claremont by 25 points in one of the most remarkable upsets. A week ago, the Black Ducks were humbled by West Perth, but a week is a long time in football and the black and whites turned […]

PREVIEW | 2024 WAFLW Round 9: Saturday

A FULL four games take place tomorrow in the WAFL Women’s as more State Academy members have a rest, and others return in what promises to be a huge day of action. We preview each of the matches.

PREVIEW | 2024 WAFLW Round 8: Saturday

THREE matches take place tomorrow as Round 8 of the WAFL Women’s competition begins. The pick of the bunch is between two finals contenders coming off victories in Subiaco and South Fremantle, while other sides battling for the eight, Swan Districts and West Perth also promise to produce a ripper. In the anticipated one-sided contest […]

PREVIEW | 2024 WAFLW Round 7: Sunday

JUST one match remains in Round 7 of the WAFL Women’s competition, with South Fremantle to host Swan Districts in a huge game for both sides. The Bulldogs can keep in touch wth the top four with a victory, while the Black Ducks can move up to third if successful.

2024 WAFLW Team of the Week: Round 6

EAST Fremantle lead the league for WAFL Women’s Team of the Week representatives for Round 6 with five, one more than the three other winning sides. Claremont, South Fremantle and Swan Districts all still had four players each in the side, with Subiaco (three) and West Perth (two) the losers with multiple representatives. The Round […]

WAFLW R6 wrap: Claremont claims top in statement win

ANY DOUBTS over whether Claremont was the team to beat this WAFL Women’s season were put to bed on Friday night as the Tigers dismantled fellow unbeaten side West Perth by 40 points. Make no mistake, the Falcons came to play and booted the opening goal of the game, but it was all one way […]

PREVIEW | 2024 WAFLW Round 6: Sunday

HALFWAY through the weekend and halfway through Round 6 of the WAFL Women’s with two games remaining to complete the round. East Fremantle will be hoping to further hold onto a top three spot with a big win over a struggling Peel Thunder, while it is neck-and-neck between Swan Districts and Subiaco.

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