Peel and Swan Districts sit on the top of the WAFL ladder after Round 2. No surprise with the defending premiers, but the Swan Districts have won as many games as last year already.
Les Everett gives us the wrap-up of the opening round in the WAFL.
Hello, hello, he’s back again. Self confessed “stuffy cricket person” Les Everett reports on his first live BBL encounter, with some musical advice to the organisers. Did you miss him (yeah)?
Les Everett runs a keen eye over the talent out west ahead of next week’s draft. Quinton Narkle is giving Hugh McLuggage a run for his money in the ‘best name in the draft’ stakes
Monday 10 October the Australian Society for Sports History (WA) is putting on a big bumper night of footy at the The Game Sports Bar in Northbridge.
Bouncedown is at 6.30pm, includes the ultimate footy journeyman and the WA launch of Play On: The hidden history of women’s Australian Rules football
Les Everett watches Peel Thunder win their first WAFL Grand Final after a tough game against Subiaco at Subiaco Oval on Sunday.
2016 Sandover Medallist and journeyman Jye Bolton has created WAFL history, Les reports. A chance for a second go in the big league?
Les Everett writes about Peel Thunder’s progression into their first WAFL Grand Final against Subiaco by defeating South Fremantle.
Subiaco is into another WAFL Grand Final. Action photos and action words from two big semi finals here, thanks to Les Everett.
Injuries may have harmed Fremantle’s 2016 season but for Les Everett in his review of Fremantle’s season suggests it started at the end of 2015.
It is already finals time out west. Les Everett reports from Perth on week 1 of WAFL action.
Often dubbed the ‘invisible’ migrants due to an inclination to assimilate quickly in to Australian culture, the story of the postwar Dutch migrants and their influence on soccer here has largely been overlooked. Until now. Les Everett alerts us to an event in Perth where writer Adam Muyt will present a talk on the influence of Dutch born players on soccer in Western Australia.
Les Everett reviews the final round in the WAFL home and away season: Next week Peel vs East Perth and South Fremantle vs West Perth
Les Everett reviews WAFL round 22 with one spot still available for top 5, who will take it?
Weekly WAFL results and comments from Western Australia correspondent, Les Everett.
Les Everett with the news that Peel Thunder saw off East Perth at Leederville Oval, shoring up a finals place. Get your WAFL words (and picture) here.
Les Everett channels Bob Dylan’s “Desolation Row” in describing the once mighty Fremantle’s derby clash with West Coast [Wonderful – Ed].
Les Everett’s words (and pictures) from Perth, where four rounds remain in the WAFL home and away season. Can East Fremantle make the top five?
Amid terrible conditions, Les Everett wraps up a quiet weekend of WAFL.