A Tale of Two Freos: A long week in Fremantle football one week at a time by Les Everett

Freo’s AFLW side headed to Princes Park for their Preliminary Final against Carlton while the men;s side started their season at home. Les Everett reports.

AFLW Round 7 – Fremantle v North Melbourne: And so to the finals

Les Everett reports from the west on Fremantle’s convincing victory against the Roos in the last round of the AFLW season and their march to the finals.

AFLW Round 6 – Geelong v Fremantle: Dockers too hot

“It was my first visit to Kardinia Park since Saturday 14 August 2004 and after that horrible experience I’d vowed never to return.” Les Everett overturned a vow on Saturday. And he is very happy about that.

AFLW Round 5 – Fremantle v Western Bulldogs: Dockers kick on

Les Everett gets past the noise barrier (aka ‘music’) at Fremantle Oval to see his Dockers wear down the willing Bulldogs. Next Round, he’ll break his vow to never return to Kardinia Park to see what shapes as a key clash in the AFLW season. (Great action pics, too!)

AFLW – Round 3: Fremantle v Collingwood – Another Freo win and we hear the fans

Les Everett reports on Freo’s well deserved win against Collingwood in the AFLW.

Almanac Cricket- Back to the Tests

Les Everett explains his return to watching Test cricket live.

What’s in the WAFL 2018 by Les Everett

Les Everett looks at some of the possible AFL Draft picks from this year’s WAFL.

Grand Final – West Coast v Collingwood: Decisions, decisions

The decisions made in the split seconds of the game sometimes make all the difference. Les Everett takes a look at the decisions a few key players made in Saturday’s Grand Final as well as the decisions made during their careers that contributed to their chance to play on the game’s biggest stage.

Subiaco unbeaten WAFL premiers by Les Everett

To challenge the unbeaten Subiaco in the 2018 WAFL grand final West Perth needed to “bring something”, to start strongly… and they did. But it wasn’t enough. Les Everett presents his report.

WAFL 2018 Season: So it’s the Lions and the Falcons

With the WAFL Grand Final approaching this weekend, Les Everett ponders a potential West Perth miracle and reviews each club’s season

Mines Rovers and Me

Les Everett takes us on a trip through the history of Mines Rovers, powerhouse of the Goldfields League, as they celebrate their 120th birthday.

Originally included in Footy Town by Malarkey Publications.

AFLW Round 7 – Fremantle v Carlton: Unplug the DJ

Les Everett was forced away from Fremantle Oval on Saturday. By the artificial noise. “Something needs to change. We must snatch our game back from those who don’t have faith in it. Those who think the game is not entertaining enough.”

AFLW Round 3 – Fremantle v Melbourne: Winning and learning

Modern coaches like to win but they also like to come out of games with some teaching points as Les Everett highlights in his review of the Freo Vs Demons AFLW match.

Confessions of an AFL talent spy

Les starts off draft week with this run down of the WAFL players who could feature on Friday.

WAFL Grand Final – Peel v Subiaco: It’s Peel again

Peel Thunder overcame Subiaco Lions with a sixteen point victory to claim the 2017 WAFL Premiership. Les Everett watched on as Subiaco’s inaccuracy cost them the cup in the farewell to Subiaco Oval.

WAFL – Grand Final Preview: Rolling Thunder roaring Lions

Les Everett previews the WAFL Grand Final between Subiaco and Peel.

WAFL – Preliminary Final: Subiaco v South Fremantle – Another grand final for Subi

Subiaco bounced back from a fast start by South Fremantle to win their preliminary final by 32 points. Subi take on reigning premiers Peel Thunder next weekend in the WAFL Grand Final.

Rolling Thunder, fighting Swans

Peel Thunder and Swan Districts have advanced to the semi finals in the WAFL. Les Everett has coverage sorted as the finals heat up.

WAFL – Round 23: Ryan goes up as Royals go down

Les Everett has the latest on the WAFL (and he’s jagged a speccie photo – well played Les).

Love, hope and the Dockers

A comprehensive review of Fremantle’s 2017 season. Les Everett gives his thoughts on how the players performed and what needs to be done to improve in 2018.