Forty-six of the State’s best draft hopefuls will push their case for a berth in the national under-19s championships in Saturday’s trial match at Leederville Oval.
A few midfielders were at their prolific best, an intercept-marking machine stood tall down back and a key forward played a lone hand up forward in a losing cause.
Five-time All-Australian. Premiership player. Richmond great. There’s not a lot that WA’s Alex Rance didn’t achieve in his decorated 200-game AFL career... but it wasn’t all smooth sailing.
Subiaco colts premiership coach Chayce Creedy doesn’t expect to have Blake Morris as his disposal for too much longer.
Subiaco will unleash a third State 17s squad member in Sunday’s WAFL colts grand final re-match against Claremont at Leederville Oval on Sunday.
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A couple of highly-rated Fremantle Next Generation Academy talents made their WAFL colts debut for South Fremantle, while several 2020 draft prospects continued their prolific form in round five.
Luke Jackson has become the third West Aussie in five weeks to earn an AFL Rising Star nomination.
One defender had 41 possessions in a losing side, a 16-year-old showed plenty in his colts debut and several forwards stood up with big bags of goals.
Yet another WA key forward is emerging as a strong draft prospect on the back of a red-hot start to the WAFL colts season.
Swan Districts young gun Luke Taylor dreams of lining up against his older brother Sam in the AFL - just like they did at the Bullsbrook family farm growing up.
With the 2021 WAFL season one month in, we take a look at the best-performed youngsters for April.
Draft writer Jordan McArdle looks at how this year’s crop of WA AFL hopefuls have fared in the first month of the season.
The Subiaco and Hale School young gun endured a rollercoaster week leading up to his AFL Academy debut against Geelong VFL at GMHBA Stadium on Saturday morning.
The AFL Academy took on Geelong VFL at GMHBA Stadium on Saturday morning with five WA draft prospects taking the field in the 130-point loss.
A pair of Subiaco young guns overcame a disrupted preparation to be among the AFL Academy’s shining lights in an emphatic defeat to Geelong VFL at GMHBA Stadium.
The WAFL will attempt to reschedule the postponed round four matches into the split rounds in June or July to ensure a full home-and-away season is completed.
Rhett Bazzo is proud to wear the No.1 guernsey at Swan Districts and would be ‘pretty happy’ to become half the player his late father Steve was.
A bottom-ager, an intercept-marking machine, a 200cm beanpole forward and a Scott Pendlebury-like midfielder were among the best for their respective WAFL colts sides in round three.
A fifth West Aussie has been added to the AFL Academy squad ahead of their clash against Geelong’s VFL side at GMHBA Stadium on Saturday.
Giant Claremont and Christ Church Grammar School forward Luke Brown celebrated his State 17s selection with a dominant performance in the WAFL colts on Saturday. See the full squad
A pair of father-son talents and a 200cm beanpole stood out for Claremont, while Perth’s best was a familiar face to the Tigers’ faithful. SEE THE PICTURE GALLERY HERE.
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