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Preview | WAFLW R12b: Chance for ladder separation

THREE of the top four sides face off against the bottom three sides tomorrows to complete Round 12 of the WAFL Women’s competition. After the standalone match in Broome today, the remaining three contests play out on Sunday with second through to fourth taking on sixth through eighth on the ladder which could creates some […]

Preview | WAFLW R7: State Academy members depart

WESTERN Australia’s top Under 18s and Under 16s players are out of the WAFL Women’s competition for Round 7 with the former having a weekend’s rest ahead of next week’s championships, while the latter face Vic Metro at Arden Street. It means plenty of changes across the board, with reigning grand finalists East Fremantle hardest […]

Tiger Time – First half blitz sets up win

A FOUR goal blitz in six minutes set up a memorable 16-point win for Claremont over premiership challenger South Fremantle at Revo Fitness Stadium on the weekend. Both sides headed into the match undefeated, and while the Bulldogs lost no fans with their effort, Claremont’s class and ability to go to another gear in that […]

Preview | WAFLW R5b: Swans look for breakthrough against understrength Falcons

SWAN Districts would be backing itself to post its first win of the season tomorrow against a West Perth side that has lost four of its most important players heading into Round 5. The clash between the fourth and seventh placed teams takes place at Steel Blue Oval, while simultaneously across at Revo Fitness Stadium, […]

Preview | WAFLW R4a: Tigers and Bulldogs look to remain in top two

CLAREMONT and South Fremantle sit first and second on the ladder, and face off against a couple of sides in the bottom four, in Subiaco and Swan Districts. While Subiaco has picked up a win and a draw, and was competitive in its loss to East Fremantle last week, Swan Districts is still searching for […]

Preview | WAFLW R2: AFLW Academy reps return

WESTERN Australia’s two AFLW Academy members are back in their respective sides for Round 2 of the WAFL Women’s, as the third – Kaitlyn Srhoj – unfortunately misses due to injury. We take a look at the four games played across two days this weekend including three tomorrow.

WAFLW Round 14 wrap: Big winners in wet conditions

TWO of the three West Australian Football League (WAFL) Women’s matches were affected partially or fully by wet weather, as each of the losing sides only managed the one goal for Round 14. Peel Thunder all but secured third spot with a huge win over Swan Districts, as Claremont locked up second spot courtesy of […]

WAFLW Round 9 wrap: Bulldogs go back-to-back

THERE were plenty of reasons for both South Fremantle and West Perth to walk away happy from their Round 9 West Australian Football League (WAFL) Women’s clash. With both sides missing some quality young players, the Falcons still managed to put up their most competitive effort yet, and notched both their highest team score, and […]

WAFLW Round 5 wrap: Swans win grand final rematch

SWAN Districts has won the 2021 West Australian Football League (WAFL) Women’s Grand Final rematch with a handy 17-point victory over Peel Thunder after being challenged midway through the third term. The Swans joined Claremont and East Fremantle as the other winners of Round 5, defeating South Fremantle and West Perth respectively.

2022 WAFLW club preview: South Fremantle

AFTER two developmental years – yet to be rewarded in the ‘wins’ column – South Fremantle has stocked up on youth for the 2022 West Australian Football League (WAFL) Women’s season. The Bulldogs are yet to win a game from their two seasons, but with a couple of players drafted – Mim Strom and Makaela […]

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