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THE MEMBERS DRAW HAS JACKPOTTED TO $1750!

Monday, September 18, 2017 - 9:19 AM

The Friday night Member's Draw has jackpotted to $1,750 but you must be there to collect it.

On Friday night, September 15th  Gavin Wilbraham’s name was drawn out but he wasn’t in attendance to collect the jackpot of $1,700, so the draw has now jackpotted to $1750.

 The draw takes place every Friday night between 6:30pm and 7:30pm in the main bar.

You have to be in it to win it! Only those members who are financial for 2017 go into the draw and have the opportunity of taking out the jackpot – but of course you must be there for the draw.

Meals are available on Friday nights. 

BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK - SEPTEMBER 18TH - 25TH

Monday, September 18, 2017 - 9:15 AM

The following members are celebrating their birthdays this week and we would like to take this opportunity to wish them all a very Happy Birthday.

Graeme Hartill; Geoffrey Beasland; Leo James; Laura Lee Watson; John Fuller; Bruce Farrington; Glenys Capes; Norm Liddelow; Graham Thomson; Graeme Matcham; Denise Nicholas; Ron Phillippkowski; Ellen Watts; Pia Retzlaff; Philip Somers; Dayle Bruce; Robert Weber; Yvette Clement; Lisa O’Malley; Fleur Ashfield; Russell Thompson; Ryan Harder; Bryce Stewart; Briana Rainnie; Ashleigh Gomes; Dylan Campbell; Nicholas Patat; Sebastian Kirke; Kai Lowry; Leon Lowry; Luke Gregory; Jett Bond; Logan Evans.

Colts through to the Grand Final

Monday, September 11, 2017 - 2:26 PM

The East Fremantle Colts have earned themselves a spot in the 2017 WAFL Redimed Grand Final, with a 15-point win over Claremont on Sunday.

The boys were sharp early and took the ascendency, booting four majors in the opening term, while holding the reigning premiers to just one goal.  Slick ball movement, clean hands and excellent work defensively set the tone for the Sharks.

With the wind on their side, the Sharks continued to dominate throughout the second term, kicking five goals to two, opening up a 35-point lead at the main break.

As all good teams do when their backs are against the wall, Claremont burst out of the blocks, with greater pressure in opening minutes of the third term. A comeback looked imminent as they kicked 3 unanswered goals. The Sharks managed to add one of their own through Brandon Collard before Claremont snuck a final goal to narrow the deficit to 16 points heading in to the final stanza.

The Sharks regained their composure in the fourth when Milan Murdock nailed a fantastic check-side goal from the pocket. It was a hard-fought contest throughout the final term with the Tigers adding two goals, but a late major from Dillon O’Reilly helped to seal the win for the Sharks.

Our Colts will now enjoy a week off while Claremont and East Perth battle for a spot in the Grand Final.

The competitions leading goal kicker, Dillon O’Reilly was prolific in his return from the league side, finishing with 5 goals to his name.

Tom Joyce was strong around the ball, finishing with 23 disposals, 10 kicks and 6 marks. Jayden Quill and Ambrose Ryan collected 20 possessions while Tim Bockman and Milan Murdock kicked two goals each.

Goals: 5 Dillon O'Reilly, 2 Tim Bockman, Milan Murdock, 1 Dwayne Nevill, Samul Lewis, Brendon Collard


                  

Leederville Oval



 

4.2

Q1

1.2

9.3

Q2

3.4

10.6

Q3

7.8

12.7

Q4

9.10

(79)

Total

(64)

 

This will be the last ever Colts Grand Final at Domain Stadium so you’re not going to want to miss this! Tickets will be available at the gate on the day. 

THE MEMBERS DRAW HAS JACKPOTTED TO $1700!

Monday, September 11, 2017 - 9:10 AM

The Friday night Member's Draw has jackpotted to $1,700 but you must be there to collect it.

On Friday night, September 8th  Debbie Burgess’ name was drawn out but she wasn’t in attendance to collect the jackpot of $1,650, so the draw has now jackpotted to $1700.

 The draw takes place every Friday night between 6:30pm and 7:30pm in the main bar.

You have to be in it to win it! Only those members who are financial for 2017 go into the draw and have the opportunity of taking out the jackpot – but of course you must be there for the draw.

Meals are available on Friday nights.

                                                                                                                   

BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK - SEPTEMBER 11TH - 17TH

Monday, September 11, 2017 - 9:03 AM

The following members are celebrating their birthdays this week and we would like to take this opportunity to wish them all a very Happy Birthday.

Bill Benbow; Lynette Parolo; Rodney Buttel; George Leathley; Rodney Newman; Colin Giblett; Sue Elliott; Ross Storer; Brian Needle; Douglas Franklyn; Julie Higham; Tracy St Jack; Anthony Bell; Rod Tonzing; Lisa Patat; Anthony Dean; Travis Paddison; Susan Stork; Henry Shepher; Ashleigh Brinkhuizen; Blair Edgar; Morgan Ramsden; Zoe Chatfield; Eve Miller; Thomas Harrison; Chloe Ainsworth; Jay Harrison; William Martin; Jayden Morton; Jack Murphy; Lewis McLernon.

Colts Semi Final - Game Day Info

Friday, September 8, 2017 - 3:57 PM

East Fremantle’s Colts return from a week off to take on Claremont in the second semi-final this Sunday, 12pm at Leederville Oval.

The winner will progress straight to the Grand Final, while the loser will have a second chance in the preliminary final.

The Tigers are looking to make it a third consecutive premiership so it’s set to be a tough contest for the Sharks.

Into the side from last colts game comes Dillon O’Reilly and Ambrose Ryan, who spent time in the League team.

Initial Team

1              MURDOCK, Milan

2              PATAT, Nicholas

3              RITCHIE, Joshua

4              RYAN, Ambrose

5              QUILL, Jayden

6              LEWIS, Samuel

7              JOYCE, Thomas

8              BOCKMAN, Timothy

9              ROBINSON, Corey

10           WILLIAMS, Dylan

11           RAJANAYAGAM, Liam

12           STONE, Jy

13           WILKINSON, Zachary

14           CAMPBELL, Dylan

15           D'ANTOINE, Kyle

16           EASTAUGH, Thomas

17           WAINWRIGHT, Aiden

18           MINERVINI, Liam

19           NEWTON, Trent

20           SORRELL, Kennedy

21           COLLARD, Brandon

22           SCOTT, Chris

23           O'REILLY, Dillon

24           JACKSON, Zachary

25           NEVILL, Dwayne

26           PAILTHORPE, Jaylen

27           MONAGHAN, Tom

28           WATSON, Nicholas

29           TEAKLE, Brynn

Game Day Details

Tickets

All ticketing and ticket pricing during WAFL Finals is under the control of the WAFC.

On Game Day tickets can be purchased from any of the three main entrance gates to Leederville Oval.  Adult Tickets $20. Concession Tickets $15. Under 16s Free.

Getting There:                                      

There are three main entrance gates into Leederville Oval, one off Vincent Street, one off Oxford Street and one in close proximity to Richmond Street near the Loftus Recreation Centre.

Nearest train station is Leederville train station, on the Joondalup Line. Leederville Oval is a short 8 minute walk from Leederville train station. Trains depart every 15 minutes in both directions on game day.

Nearest bus stop is 12694 situated closest to the Richmond Street entrance with bus number 402, 403 and 404 stopping here. Bus stop 12676 stops on Oxford Street closest to the Vincent Street and Oxford Street entrances with bus number 15 stopping here.

Parking is available at the Loftus Recreation Centre, street parking on Richmond Street and various car parks throughout Leederville.

Family Friendly Fun

WAFL Football remains a family friendly environment. All attendees are welcome to come onto the field during the quarter breaks. Please keep a distance from team huddles and leave the ground at the sound of the two sirens.

Food Outlets:

Topolinis ToGo – Located in the Subiaco Alfresco in close proximity to the Subiaco Bar. Grab yourself a hamburger, hot dog, footy chips and lots more. Topolinis ToGo provides great food at a good price.

Xpresso Delight – Need a coffee, stop by Expresso Delight and grab a hot coffee and cake. Xpresso Delight is open early for all spectators and fans.

Bar Areas

Subiaco Bar will be open from 11.00am and is open to all match attendees.

Drink Specials

The Subiaco Bar will be offering members of all WAFL clubs a special $5 price on Corona between 11am and 3pm on game day.

The Subiaco Bar is offering a Front Bar promotion for the WAFL Grand Final in conjunction with CUB and the WAFC. Visit the Subiaco Bar, complete an entry form and place it in the entry box for your chance to win the ultimate seat upgrade to the final WAFL Grand Final at Subiaco Oval.

Kick-to-kick

Bring your footy and have a kick on Leederville Oval during the breaks.

  

THE MEMBERS DRAW HAS JACKPOTTED TO $1650!

Monday, September 4, 2017 - 8:58 AM

The Friday night Member's Draw has jackpotted to $1,650 but you must be there to collect it.

On Friday night, September 1st  Ray Meadowcroft’s name was drawn out but he wasn’t in attendance to collect the jackpot of $1,600, so the draw has now jackpotted to $1650.

 The draw takes place every Friday night between 6:30pm and 7:30pm in the main bar.

You have to be in it to win it! Only those members who are financial for 2017 go into the draw and have the opportunity of taking out the jackpot – but of course you must be there for the draw.

Meals are available on Friday nights. 

BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK - SEPTEMBER 4TH - 10TH

Monday, September 4, 2017 - 8:54 AM

The following members are celebrating their birthdays this week and we would like to take this opportunity to wish them all a very Happy Birthday.

June Buckley; Ronald Jones; Brian Muggleton; Frank Watson; Phillip Beere; Alby Huts; John Killigrew; Wayne Reimers; Peter Weston; Peter Gibson; George Prince; Gabrielle Cronan; Rendell Cifelli; Brett Watkins; Scott Goodheart; Luke Brabender; Joanne Beechey; Gabriella Catanzariti; Liam Anthony; Thomas Omodei; Katherine Dilley; Aiden Wainwright; Zacharia Martin; Tyler Lengerich; Leighton Stringer; Brodie Morgan; Tyler Desmond; Riley Jorgensen; Benn Shipp; Lauren Nolan; Levi Kirkwood.

Level 1 AFL Academy Squad

Friday, September 1, 2017 - 2:56 PM

The East Fremantle Football Club is proud to announce that Luke Jackson, one of the Club’s 16s Academy players and WA State representative, has been selected into the 2017-18 Level 1 AFL Academy Squad.

Luke began his football pathway with the Bullcreek Leeming Football Club before being selected into East Fremantle’s 14s Development Squad. He juggled his interest and success with Basketball throughout his time in the Sharks Academy, right up to our 16s squad where he was then selected for the WA State 16s Team.

Luke’s sporting prowess and athleticism has been acknowledged across multiple sports. He has represented the State in Basketball, in age groups above his own, before making his SBL debut this year with the Willetton Tiger; a tremendous effort.

An outstanding individual that loves to learn, Luke makes the most of every opportunity he gets. Having seen him begin in the 14s development squad to now, we have certainly watched him grow into a talented and professional young man.

We look forward to seeing Luke continue to develop and can’t wait to see him in the Blue and White next season.

Sharks Lead the Way in AFL AA

Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 2:06 PM

The East Fremantle Football Club wishes to extend congratulations to three (3) of their own in making the AFL’s All Australian Team.

Josh Kennedy was named at full forward after finishing second in the Coleman Medal, despite missing 5 games, kicking 65 goals for the 2017 season. 

Elliot Yeo earned his first All Australian, being named on the bench, after arguably his best season where he played a variety of roles.  The highly athletic, strong marking Yeo finished 9th in the AFL for marks. 

Despite missing the entire 2016 season, Paddy Ryder also earned his first AA Guernsey, leading the ruck division, after amassing 777 hitouts, second in the AFL.  The mobile ruckman was a constant threat around the stoppages and his athleticism around the ground made it very difficult for opposition rucks to match up on.

These three (3) well deserved inclusions, further confirms the Sharks standing in developing talent (Metro & Country), leading all state league clubs for inclusions in to the 2017 All-Australian team.

The EFFC would also like to acknowledge the great work our Junior & Mid- West Regional Clubs do in providing great guidance & pathways for these players to reach their highest dreams.

Josh Kennedy. Original Club: Northampton  

All Australian 2015 (vice-captain) and 2016. 17 games in 2017. 154 kicks, 107 marks, 52 handballs averaging 9.1 kicks, 6.3 marks, 3.1 handballs. 65 goals (second in the AFL), 38 behinds. Five hit-outs, 27 inside 50m, 0 Rebound 50m, 24 tackles.

Elliot Yeo. Original Club: Brentwood/Booragoon

Never previously All Australian. 21 games in 2017. 319 kicks, 148 marks (ninth in the AFL), 178 handballs averaging 15.2 kicks, 7.0 marks, 8.5 handballs. Eight goals, seven behinds. 50 clearances, 83 inside 50m, 66 rebound 50m. 75 tackles.

Paddy Ryder. Original Club: Rovers  

Never previously All Australian. 21 games in 2017. 167 kicks, 71 marks, 104 handballs averaging 8.0 kicks, 3.4 marks, 5.0 handballs. 11 goals, seven behinds. 88 clearances, 777 hit-outs (second in the AFL) averaging 37.0 hit-outs per game, 67 inside 50m, 14 rebound 50m. 58 tackles.