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WAFL Round 10 broadcast schedule

Friday, May 30, 2014 - 2:42 PM

AAMI WAFL Premiership Season Round 10 Broadcast details:

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Dual premiership defender Spencer announces retirement

Thursday, May 29, 2014 - 9:21 PM - by Chris Pike

A WAFL premiership, VFL premiership, representing Western Australia, playing AFL football and being highly-respected by opponents and teammates alike are things that Matthew Spencer can now reflect fondly on after announcing his retirement on Thursday night.

The 29-year-old began his career with Swan Districts and came through the WA State 16s and 18s system before being drafted to Geelong where he played two AFL matches in 2006, won the VFL team's best and fairest in 2005 and was also a member of the Cats' VFL premiership side of 2007.

It was then back to Swan Districts in 2008 with his time with the black-and-whites culminating in the 2010 premiership in one of the most memorable grand finals of all time with Swans beating Claremont by a point.

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U23s first test against WACFL

Thursday, May 29, 2014 - 1:07 PM

The West Coast Eagles State Amateur U23s will face their first test of the year on Friday night when they host the WA Country Football League at Anning Park, South Lake.

Friday’s game will be the first of two West Coast Eagles State Amateur under 23’s games, with the second game being the Australian Amateur Football Championship match against the South Australian Amateur Football League under 23-team on June 7that Kingsway Sporting Complex, Madeley.

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Miller aims to make best of difficult situation in final match

Wednesday, May 28, 2014 - 11:42 PM - by Chris Pike

KRIS Miller doesn’t want his 150th match with South Fremantle and 303rd in the WAFL in the Foundation Derby on WA Day at Fremantle Oval to be his last, but it will be and it gives him the chance of a fitting send off and time to decide what he would like to do in 2015.

Miller has been playing WAFL football since making his debut in Round 1, 1999 and he thought he would be at least up until the end of the 2014 season, but that now won't be the case with Monday's game for South Fremantle against East Fremantle the last of his remarkable career.

Not only will the match be Miller's last, but also his 150th with South Fremantle and 303rd of his WAFL career. Earlier this season, he already became just the sixth player to reach 300 WAFL matches and now he makes history becoming the first to play 150 games at two separate clubs.

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VIDEO: State Game Wrap

Wednesday, May 28, 2014 - 2:32 PM

WAFL Manager Cameron Knapton's wrap-up of the State Game, including game highlights and some great vision of the boys belting out the WA song after their big win over the NEAFL.

Knapton also provides a summary of the WA State 18s game, East Perth Foxtel Cup victory, and fixtures for this weekend's Rivalry Round across the WA Day long weekend.

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WA women join Indigenous Round celebrations

Wednesday, May 28, 2014 - 2:28 PM

An Indigenous Women’s All-Star side will compete against a WA Women’s Football League All-Stars side this Sunday, June 1, to coincide with AFL Indigenous Round celebrations.

The game will be the third biannual Yorga’s Koodjal Kadadjiny match “Women’s Two Way Learning Match”.

The Indigenous All-Stars will be looking for back to back wins after claiming the bragging rights in 2012 against the WA Women’s Football League All-Stars.

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Royals crush Redlegs in Foxtel Cup

Wednesday, May 28, 2014 - 12:20 AM - by Chris Pike

EAST Perth has cruised into the Foxtel Cup semi finals with a thumping 50-point victory over an under-strength Norwood at Patersons Stadium on Tuesday night.

The Royals fielded a strong team and looked fresh having not played a WAFL match the past two weekends and took it out on the Redlegs winning 9.11 (65) to 2.3 (15) after kicking the first seven goals of the game.

East Perth now advances to the semi finals of the Foxtel Cup to play the VFL's Williamstown on Tuesday July 1.

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State 18s shift focus to Vic Metro

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 - 11:19 AM

Western Australia's State 18s have shifted their focus to this Saturday's game against Victoria Metro after an opening round loss to South Australia on the weekend.

WA play Vic Metro at 11am this Saturday, May 31 at Medibank Stadium.

WA will be aiming to bounce back from a loss to South Australia in their opening game of the NAB AFL National 18s Championships in Adelaide on the weekend.

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East Perth v Norwood Foxtel Cup Preview

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 - 12:58 AM - by Chris Pike

EAST Perth hasn’t played in the WAFL for two weeks and won't play for another six days so will be fielding a strong line-up against the reigning SANFL premiers Norwood in tonight's Foxtel Cup clash at Patersons Stadium.

The clash between the Royals and Redlegs will begin just after 6.30pm WST at Patersons Stadium with entry to the venue free through Gate 26.

The game will be shown live on Fox Footy from 6.30pm and also broadcast live on 91.3 SportFM.

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On the Spot - 2014 WAFL State Team

Monday, May 26, 2014 - 10:41 AM

The WAFL put State players on the spot with three quick questions to gain an insight into football and life off the field during their trip to Sydney on the weekend to take on the North East Australian Football League team at Blacktown.

The team claimed an 85-point win in the State Game contest, with South Fremantle's Ashton Hams winning the Simpson Medal as best on ground and team mate Ben Saunders kicking five goals.

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WAFL beats NEAFL by 85 points in Sydney

Saturday, May 24, 2014 - 2:54 PM - by Chris Pike

THE WAFL State team dominated the NEAFL after conceding the first two goals of the game at Blacktown International Sportspark in Sydney on Saturday to end up recording a comprehensive 85-point victory.

The game was the first time that the WAFL has played a representative team from the North East Australian Football League featuring players from clubs based in New South Wales, the ACT, Queensland and the Northern Territory.

The NEAFL hosted the match at Blacktown in Sydney on Saturday and they managed to boot the first two goals of the game inside the first four minutes, but the WAFL team dominated the contest from that point on.

The WAFL kicked 19 of the 23 goals kicked for the rest of the game to end up comprehensive winners, 19.18 (132) to 6.11 (47).

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WAFL v NEAFL State Game Preview

Friday, May 23, 2014 - 4:14 PM - by Chris Pike

WESTERN Australia's State match for 2014 pits the best of the WAFL up against the best of the NEAFL made up of clubs from two states and territories when the two lock horns at Blacktown in Sydney on Saturday.

The game will be held at Blacktown in Sydney and bouncedown will be at 12pm local time, and 10am WA time. The game will be broadcast on a live stream via the NEAFL website –

It will be the first time that the WAFL has taken on a side representing the North East Australian Football League which will feature players from clubs based in New South Wales, the ACT, Queensland and the Northern Territory.

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Safe Clubs 4 Kids Junior Club Development Workshop

Friday, May 23, 2014 - 3:52 PM

The Department of Sport & Recreation in conjunction with the WA Sports Federation are running a club development workshop on creating safe clubs for kids.

It is recommended that all junior clubs attend as it is an important and occasionally looked over area of junior club operations.

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Jones wants to help keep WAFL ahead of the pack

Friday, May 23, 2014 - 2:45 PM - by Chris Pike

JORDAN Jones is one of 15 players representing Western Australia for the first time on Saturday against the NEAFL at Blacktown in Sydney and the West Perth premiership player wants to help the WAFL continue to stamp itself as the premier competition outside the AFL.

The game will be held at Blacktown in Sydney and bouncedown will be at 12pm local time, and 10am WA time. The game will be broadcast on a live stream via the NEAFL website –

Jones is also one of seven West Perth players in the WAFL squad with Jay van Berlo the only Falcon to have played a State match before.

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Experienced, versatile Hams pumped for State debut

Friday, May 23, 2014 - 12:57 PM - by Chris Pike

ASHTON Hams is a dual WAFL premiership player, Simpson Medal winner and also played 39 AFL matches, but he achieves another accolade this Saturday representing Western Australia for the first time as the WAFL plays the NEAFL in Sydney.

The game will be held at Blacktown in Sydney and bouncedown will be at 12pm local time, and 10am WA time. The game will be broadcast on a live stream via the NEAFL website –

Ashton and his twin brother Kyle began their league football careers at South Fremantle in 2004 before becoming permanent members of the side in 2005, but it took until 2012 for Kyle to become the first of the pair to represent WA.

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