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Sharks Zip to WAFLW flag

EAST Fremantle is the toast of the town after the Sharks successfully sought revenge on Claremont 12 months after the Tigers toppled them in the 2022 WAFLW Grand Final, to win the 2023 edition by 12 points. Despite it being a neck-and-neck contest all game, a fourth quarter goal to the Sharks sealed the deal, […]

Preview | WAFLW Grand Final: Claremont vs. East Fremantle

TWELVE months ago, Claremont caused a boilover in the WAFL Women’s Grand Final, defeating a previously undefeated East Fremantle to snatch the 2022 premiership. Having lost a stack of players mid-season to injury and the AFLW Draft, coach Jack Schwarze and his players found a way to hunt and win against the odds. Fast forward […]

2023 Rookie Me Central WAFLW Team of the Year

SIX players from ladder leaders and premiership favourites Claremont have made it into the 2023 Rookie Me Central WAFL Women’s Team of the Year. The Tigers had two more than second placed South Fremantle (four), while East Fremantle, Swan Districts, Subiaco and West Perth all had three apiece. Peel Thunder recorded two players in the […]

Sharks surge past Swans in semi

A COUPLE of critical moments from bottom-age talent Zippy Fish in the third term sealed East Fremantle’s spot in the 2023 WAFL Women’s Preliminary Final after defeating Swan Districts by 29 points at Fremantle Oval yesterday. The Sharks were in control for the most part in the match and looked fairly comfortable at the main […]

Preview | WAFLW R16a: Lions last miracle hope

SUBIACO looks set to finish fifth on the table this year even if it beats West Perth, with a large percentage needed to make up the difference to fourth placed East Fremantle in the WAFL Women’s. The final round of the competition kicks off tomorrow, with Subiaco up first against a Falcons side that beat […]

2023 WAFLW Team of the Week: Round 15

CLAREMONT flexed its muscles in a 56-point win over West Perth and recorded almost double the amount of players compared to any other team in our Round 15 WAFL Women’s Team of the Week. The reigning premiers has a massive six players, with South Fremantle (four) the next highest. The two other winners and Subiaco […]

Swans shake off Sharks to seal finals spot

SWAN Districts ensured its place in the 2023 WAFL Women’s finals series by defeating East Fremantle by 14 points at the WACA on Saturday evening. The Black Ducks, who face second placed South Fremantle in the last round, while fifth placed Subiaco takes on non-finalist West Perth would have likely surrendered their fourth spot if […]

Preview | WAFLW R15a: Top six face off in ladder-shaping round

ALL top six clubs – five of which are still in contention for four finals spots – face off, while the two teams with the longest losing streaks also meet in a massive Round 15 of WAFL Women’s action. We take a look at the Super Saturday of action with all four games taking place […]

2023 WAFLW Team of the Week: Round 13/14

A SPLIT round in the WAFL Women’s over the past fortnight ensured each team had a bye while maintaining plenty of football for West Australian fans to watch. In a different looking Rookie Me Central WAFL Women’s Team of the Week, it was based around both weekends to ensure each of the teams had a […]

Tigers end Swans run to re-establish flag favouritism

CLAREMONT ticked off another box in its quest for back-to-back flags, defeating the red-hot Swan Districts by 21 points at Revo Fitness Stadium yesterday. In what was touted as a thriller given the Swans were coming off seven straight wins, and Claremont was yet to lose a match, it was the more experienced Tigers who […]

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