WAFL five still alive

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?

Close ones in the WAFL by Les Everett

As Les reports, Round 2 in the WAFL saw three of the four games decided by 13 points or less.

WAFL Round 7: Swans are good, South are getting better and Peel are not

Les once again fills us in on WAFL footy results with poor old Peel in the basement with zero wins for the season.

One WAFL constant

Were you hanging out to here how all the WAFL teams went this week? Les has all the low down and results.

WAFL: Leederville co-tenants looking the goods

East Perth finally convince but Peel can’t take a trick as the WAFL continues. Les Everett wraps up Round 3.

WAFL – Round 13: Swans sour Subi celebrations

It was meant to be Subiaco’s party, but Swan Districts was having none of it. Les Everett saw some good footy this week in the WAFL.

WAFL – Round 6: Tigers claw way to the top

The two unbeaten teams met at Claremont Oval in round six of the WAFL and Claremont kept a plucky West Perth at arm’s length all afternoon.

Eagles* win derby**

East Perth*, the team aligned to West Coast, defeat Peel (the team aligned to Fremantle) in round two of the WAFL**

Time for the WAFL

THE 2013 WAFL season kicks off this weekend as the competition eases into a time of great change.

WAFL: Swans sneak into second

WITH most art lovers heading to the Matthew Pavlich Exhibition at Subiaco Oval the WAFL’s decision to hold just two games seems to have been a good one. The fact that the three bottom teams were involved was just a bonus. On Saturday Swan Districts were 10 goals in front of Peel by half time [Read more]