WAFL Round 3: Three unbeaten

After the third round, the WAFL’s ten-team ladder is beginning to separate more, with three familiar sides ahead at the final siren. Les Everett reports.

WAFL Round 2: It’s about the Demons

Les Everett updates us on all things WAFL, with Claremont, Subiaco and Perth the early ladder leaders.

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 Round 8: Sharks maul Lions

Les Everett wraps up WAFL Round 8. East Fremantle Sharks again enjoyed visiting Leederville [who doesn’t? – Ed].

WAFL – Round 2: We don’t know nothin’ yet

Les Everett does the hard work so you don’t have to. Here is Les’s report on WAFL Round 2.

2015 WAFL Grand Final – Subiaco v West Perth: Lions do it again

Capping off an almost flawless season, Subiaco added another WAFL premiership trophy to the cabinet when they accounted for West Perth in the season decider. A remarkable turnaround for the Lions after years of struggling at the lower rungs of the WAFL ladder. [And a big thanks to Les for keeping us up to date with a genuinely intriguing WAFL season.]

WAFL Round 20 – Thrilling upset puts Swans into the five

East Perth set up a must-win clash against Peel Thunder in Round 21 to assure themselves a finals berth while Swan Districts cause the upset of the season; knocking off the Lions by one point at Bassendean.

WAFL Round 8: Falcons fly home in the Perth derby

West Perth prove too strong for rivals East Perth, while Subiaco, Claremont and East Fremantle join the Falcons on the winners list as Les Everett wraps up round eight in the WAFL