For the first time ever, each budding footballer who registers for NAB AFL Auskick from May 11 until Sunday May 27 will receive two free tickets to an upcoming Fremantle Dockers or West Coast Eagles game at Optus Stadium for the 2018 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.
As part of the promotion, NAB AFL Auskickers will have the opportunity to sit in designated “Auskick Bays” at one of the following matches at Optus Stadium:
The Good for Footy Raffle is back bigger than ever in 2018, and this year we're aiming for another record-breaking season.
Last year, nationally 418 grassroots clubs raised a huge $682k, that they used to upgrade facilities, buy new equipment and subsidise playing fees, to make the game of footy a little more accessible for all.
This year we are hoping to raise over $720,000 and getting more than 436 clubs involved. To achieve this, we’re looking to recruit new clubs and ensure that clubs that have participated previously are part of the action again this year.
HE has played AFL football, is a WAFL premiership captain and is one of the most decorated players in the modern era but nothing trumps leading your State into battle for Kyal Horsley and he hopes to be part of more history on Saturday in Adelaide.
Horsley's resume is just remarkable with the Subiaco captain a three-time WAFL premiership player, dual flag winning skipper, two-time fairest and best winner, a 14-game AFL player at the Gold Coast Suns and a life member at the Lions with 166 games in the WAFL under his belt.
Remarkably, Horsley is now in his 10th season in the WAFL and he has played in seven Grand Finals for the three premierships.
PRIDE in representing West Australian football was a driving force behind coach Michael Broadbridge leading the KIA WAFL State Team to a historic win in Melbourne last year and it's no different ahead of tackling South Australia in Adelaide on Saturday.
Broadbridge, who had coached Claremont in the WAFL the previous three seasons, took over as coach of the WAFL State Team last year and led the Black Swans to a first ever victory against Victoria in Melbourne in 24 attempts.
That was a fifth straight State Game victory as well for WA following wins against the VFL in 2013, NEAFL in 2014, SANFL in 2015 and Tasmania in 2016.
THE KIA WAFL State Team will attempt to make it six consecutive State Game victories when it takes on the SANFL representative side at Adelaide Oval on Saturday.
The 2018 State Game will take place at Adelaide Oval from 11.40am this Saturday with South Australia hosting Western Australia.
The South Australian team will be made up of players from the SANFL competition with the WA team featuring players representing the WAFL.
The Kia WAFL State team take on the South Australian West End State team this Saturday in the 2018 State Game in Adelaide.
The match will be played at Adelaide Oval at 11.40am (WST) as a curtain-raiser to the Port Adelaide v Adelaide AFL Showdown.
The game will be streamed live (below) and via the WAFL app. There will also be simulcast on radio in WA via Sport FM 91.3fm.
THEY have never represented their state before but Swan Districts' Corey Gault and South Fremantle's Brock Higgins will be the two main big men in the KIA WAFL State Team against the SANFL this Saturday at Adelaide Oval.
Last year it was dual premiership winning Claremont veteran ruckman Mitch Andrews who was able to make his debut representing Western Australia in the history-making State game victory against the VFL in Melbourne.
The trend of well-deserving big men earning their first state jumper will continue this Saturday as the KIA WAFL State Team head to Adelaide to play South Australia at Adelaide Oval as a curtain raiser to the Port Adelaide-Adelaide AFL Showdown.
THERE were plenty of standout performances right across the four games in Round 6 of the WAFL but none better than the effort in a new midfield role from South Fremantle star Marlion Pickett.
Looking across the four games in Round 6 of the 2018 WAFL season, Subiaco captain Kyal Horsley and Peel Thunder's AFL veteran of 256 games Danyle Pearce made especially strong cases to receive the Player of the Round honours.
But in the end it was South Fremantle's Marlion Pickett who just couldn't be overlooked to be named M & J Chickens Player of the Round after his starring role in the Bulldogs' win against Swan Districts.
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.
A number of Perth students with disability recently got given the opportunity to hang out with West Coast Eagles players as part of an initiative run by the WA Football Commission (WAFC).
Eagles players, including Nic Naitanui and Andrew Gaff, visited Leeming Senior High School, Corpus Christi, Joondalup Primary School, Gladys Newton, Sacred Heart, John XXIII and Holy Rosary on Monday May 7.
WEST Perth handed Subiaco its first loss of the 2018 WAFL Colts season on Saturday while Peel Thunder, Swan Districts and East Fremantle also scored impressive Round 6 victories.
Round 6 of the 2018 WAFL Colts season saw West Perth defeat Subiaco 18.7 (115) to 8.8 (56) at Leederville Oval.
Peel Thunder also defeated Claremont 21.10 (136) to 9.4 (58) at Bendigo Bank Stadium with Swan Districts beating South Fremantle 12.15 (87) to 3.8 (26) at Fremantle Community Bank Oval.
The Western Australian AFL Women's 16s squad has been announced ahead of the two AFLW 16s Exhibition matches at Subiaco Oval in June.
The first clash will be an intrateam match on Saturday June 2 and the following Monday the side will take on the WA State Schoolgirls 15s team.
Saturday June 2 | 12pm
WA AFLW 16s v WA AFLW 16s
Monday June 4 | 11am
WA AFLW 16s v WA State Schoolgirls 15s
The Western Australian AFL Women's 18s squad has been named ahead of the NAB AFLW under 18s National Championship Series which kicks off on May 25.
The championship series will see the WA side take on Queensland in two matches at home in the opening round before travelling to the Goald Coast for three second round matches against Victoria Metro, Allies and Victoria Country respectively.
South Fremantle’s Marlion Pickett and East Fremantle’s George Hampson have been added to the 2018 Kia WAFL State Squad for this weekend’s State Game against the South Australian National Football League in Adelaide.
The game will be played at Adelaide Oval at 11.40am WA time on Saturday May 12 as a curtain-raiser to the Port Adelaide v Adelaide AFL Showdown. The game will be streamed live on the WAFL website and WAFL App and simulcast on radio in WA via Sport FM 91.3fm.
Pickett and Hampson both trained with the squad at Fremantle Oval last night after South Fremantle’s Ben Saunders, Ashton Hams, and Haiden Schloithe were all forced to withdraw with injuries.