Three WAFL stars have been granted exemptions to be available in this year’s NAB AFL Mid-Season Rookie Draft after all initially being denied the chance to nominate.
The WAFC has defended its decision to allow West Coast to borrow players from the opposition to field a WAFL team amid concerns over the integrity of the competition.
West Perth is the latest WAFL club to question if the integrity of the competition is under threat after the depleted Eagles were forced to borrow players from opponents East Fremantle in order to field a side.
It was an improved effort from the Eagles as a collective but they still fell short by 74 points against Melbourne. But which individuals contributed most? We rate every player.
Port Adelaide star Charlie Dixon almost wore a West Coast jumper over the weekend after the Eagles agreed to allow him to play for their WAFL side.
Samantha Rogers and Mitchell Woodcock
Noah Pegoraro sent a strong message to AFL clubs needing a ready-made defender - he’s ready.
Leigh Kitchin’s birth certificate may say Victoria, but he couldn’t be more proud to wear the black and gold.
Inches was all that cost WA from reclaiming the Haydn Bunton Jnr Cup, with Stefan Giro’s Hail Mary snap hitting the post with minutes to go in the 10.10 (70) to 9.12 (66) loss at Optus Stadium on Sunday.
Victorian native Sam Medland made his WAFL debut on Saturday, but when East Fremantle football boss Brad Dodd gave him the news, it wasn’t the way he’d ever thought it’d happen.
West Coast’s WAFL side are staring down a club record-equalling nine-game losing streak, but captain Zane Sumich insists there’s a win around the corner.
East Fremantle have rocketed to the top of the table - and they’re enjoying the ride.
A late downpour helped West Coast escape what could’ve been their biggest WAFL defeat ever, with a ruthless East Fremantle smashing the Eagles by 123 points at New Choice Homes Park on Saturday.
West Coast officials including chief executive Trevor Nisbett could only watch on as the club’s playing stocks hit an embarrassing low in the WAFL on Saturday.
Western Australian captain Leigh Kitchin hopes it’s not the last time he gets to represent the Black Swans when he leads them against South Australia at Optus Stadium on Sunday.
West Coast’s WAFL side has named just three AFL-listed players for their postponed clash against East Fremantle at New Choice Homes Park.
From Northampton to the Gabba to Optus Stadium – Angus Schumacher has every right to call his past fortnight a whirlwind.
West Australian selectors have rewarded form as well as loyalties in their hunt to regain the Haydn Bunton Jr trophy and claim bragging rights against South Australia at Optus Stadium on Sunday.
South Australia already hold the Haydn Bunton Jr Cup, but captain Liam McBean says his side has an eye on beating WA at their own game when they head west this weekend.
South Fremantle coach Todd Curley has attacked West Coast over its ‘lack of discipline’ that led to Bulldogs’ star Jake Florenca being dragged out of the WAFL to cover for the undermanned AFL side last weekend.
Six Fremantle-listed players took the field in Peel Thunder’s one-point loss against Perth at Lane Group Stadium. Here’s how they fared.
Claremont star Jye Bolton sent a clear message to state selectors and etched his name in the record books all in the same day.
Subiaco coach Beau Wardman has shed light on how the Lions navigated the final two minutes of their thrilling one-point victory over East Perth.
In the aftermath of Perth’s pulsating 13.10 (88) to 13.9 (87) win over an Fremantle-inspired Peel Thunder at Lane Group Stadium on Saturday, Demons coach Garry Moss was cool as a cucumber.
The saying ‘fortune favours the brave’ has never been more predominant in Adam Pickering’s coaching career than it was on Saturday at Steel Blue Oval.
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