The long career of football administrator Grant Dorrington to be over after he missed out on election to the WA Football Commission tonight in a secret vote.
Seven West Media cleaned up at the WA Football Media Awards, taking home 14 awards on Tuesday night.
The WAFL’s ‘silly season’ is well underway, with plenty of player movement between clubs, an influx of ex-AFL talent and several big-name retirements. Keep up to date with our rolling coverage
Exciting West Perth draft prospect has a special bond with his younger brother Jake, who suffers from a neurological disorder called Angelman syndrome.
Michael Roberts’ greatest challenge as a sports administrator was to convince Serena Williams to play at the Hobart International, he’ll face far greater challenges as the new WAFC chief executive.
Western Australian AFLW players will soon be able to press their case for selection in the state league as the WAFLW prepares to align with the national competition and commence earlier than usual.
Perth and West Coast have completed a player swap that will see Andrew Fisher remain with the Demons.
Lewis Jetta has returned home, with the two-time AFL premiership player signing to play for Swan Districts for the 2021 WAFL season.
UPDATE: The WAFC has backed Michael Roberts to use his tennis and cricket experience to provide a “fresh perspective” as chief executive officer after being confirmed for the role this morning.
The 204cm Claremont giant turned his back on a hoops scholarship to emerge as one of WA’s leading big-man contenders for next week’s AFL draft.
Son of a gun Taj Schofield said while there are no guarantees in the national draft on December 9, Port Adelaide are “pretty confident that I’ll end up there”.
WA’s top draft prospect Logan McDonald reflects on his season, from Perth’s drought-breaking finals campaign, AFL interviews, pick-one interest and more.
In a challenging year, one of the positives to come out of 2020 on this side of the country has been that some draft prospects have had to step up and play senior footy in the WAFL.
Denver Grainger-Barras and Zane Trew have gone through Swan Districts and WA under-age development programs together, suffered the same injury and have always pushed each other.
Boom WA draft prospect Denver Grainger-Barras can ‘definitely’ see himself slotting in seamlessly at Sydney if he’s snapped up with pick three, but would be grateful for an opportunity anywhere.
AFL talent ambassador Kevin Sheehan has released his annual top-40 draft prospects, with seven West Aussies making the cut.
Grant Dorrington says he won’t be withdrawing his candidacy for a role on the WA Football Commission — but has said he will accept the result of the electoral process.
South Fremantle have augmented their premiership victory with the most successful financial season in the club’s 120-year history.
Former Subiaco colt Taj Schofield is one step closer to following in his dad Jarrad’s footsteps at Port Adelaide after the club nominated him as a potential father-son selection.
West Australian star junior Logan McDonald has declared he wants to be the national draft’s No. 1 overall selection, and is adamant he is no flight risk if Adelaide calls his name first.
Reigning WAFL premiers South Fremantle have signed 198cm former Geelong rookie Blake Schlensog for the next two seasons.
A stunning 23cm growth spurt and a breakout WAFL colts campaign has Jaiden Hunter shaping up as one of the State’s biggest bolters ahead of next month’s national and rookie drafts.
Young forward Jack Mayo will call Leederville Oval home once again in 2021 after his time at St Kilda came to an end.
Fremantle’s stacked defensive unit shouldn’t deter them from drafting ‘versatile’ West Perth talent Heath Chapman, his colts coach Ryan Lasscock says.
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