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2014 Corporate Classic Winners

Friday, February 21, 2014 - 9:38 PM

Thank you to all those that entered the 2014 Corporate Classic. The night was a huge success and we very much value your support to our club.

First prize and 2014 Major Support Sponsor is Metwest Steel - Peter Johnson

Second prize and 2014 Associate Sponsor went to Zagami Trolio & Associates - Stefano Zagami & Giam Trolio

 

South Fremantle's pre-season fixtures

Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 2:34 PM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle's highly-anticipated 2014 WAFL campaign kicks off with an intra-club hit out this Saturday following two matches against rival teams leading into the season proper.

There is plenty of excitement surrounding the Bulldogs team of 2014 with young players set to continue to emerge and some promising players coming on board in coach Paul Hasleby's third year at the helm as senior coach.
James Sellar (Melbourne), Ashton Hams (West Coast), Haiden Schloithe (Fremantle) and Steven Verrier (Richmond) are all on board with South Fremantle this season after time in the AFL system.
Josh Pullman and Stephen Mills are two other new signings for South Fremantle in 2014 while a host of young players from last year's reserves premiership team and the colts grand final teams of the last three years will be looking for more opportunities as well.
South Fremantle's first competitive hit out comes this Saturday at Fremantle Oval in an intra-club match beginning at 12.15pm.
Saturday March 8 will then see the Bulldogs take on last year's WAFL minor premiers Claremont at Fremantle Oval with the league match bouncing down at 6.30pm.
Then on Saturday March 15, the Bulldogs will make the trip down to Mandurah to take on Peel Thunder at Bendigo Bank Stadium with the bounce down time for the league match 2.10pm.
That all leads into the start of the 2014 WAFL season proper that sees South Fremantle begin against Subiaco at Leederville's Medibank Stadium with bounce down set for 4.05pm on Saturday March 22.
The Bulldogs' first home game for 2014 will take place in Round 2 against Perth on Friday March 28.
SOUTH FREMANTLE PRE-SEASON FIXTURES
Saturday February 22 – Intra-club match at Fremantle Oval, 12.15pm
Saturday March 8 – v Claremont at Fremantle Oval, 6.30pm
Saturday March 15 – v Peel Thunder at Bendigo Bank Stadium, 2.10pm
By Chris PikeSOUTH Fremantle's highly-anticipated 2014 WAFL campaign kicks off with an intra-club hit out this Saturday following two matches against rival teams leading into the season proper.

There is plenty of excitement surrounding the Bulldogs team of 2014 with young players set to continue to emerge and some promising players coming on board in coach Paul Hasleby's third year at the helm as senior coach.

James Sellar (Melbourne), Ashton Hams (West Coast), Haiden Schloithe (Fremantle) and Steven Verrier (Richmond) are all on board with South Fremantle this season after time in the AFL system.

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Two more signings, 298-game star to play on

Thursday, February 13, 2014 - 5:56 AM - by Chris Pike

THE South Fremantle Football Club wishes to announce two more signings for the 2014 WAFL season and also to confirm that a veteran on the brink of 300 matches will be continuing his career.

Not content with the already confirmed signings of James Sellar, Ashton Hams, Josh Pullman, Haiden Schloithe and Steven Verrier, the Bulldogs can now also confirm that former versatile East Perth big man Brock Higgins and Gold Coast Suns NEAFL player Stephen Mills will be at the club in 2014.
On top of that, 298-game WAFL star Kris Miller is a confirmed starter for the 2014 season with the 33-year-old set for his 16th campaign in the league as he is about to bring up the remarkable 300-game milestone in Round 2 against Perth under lights at Fremantle Oval.
South Fremantle has already made strong improvements to an exciting young list for 2014 with Hams (West Coast), Sellar (Melbourne), Schloithe (Fremantle) and Verrier (Richmond) all signing on with the Bulldogs after time in the AFL.
Former Swan Districts forward Josh Pullman has also returned to WA from Queensland and will add some size, bite and grunt to the South Fremantle forward-line in 2014.
Higgins adds some depth and quality to South Fremantle's big men department with the 24-year-old capable of spending time in the ruck, as a marking target up forward or even in defence if required on occasion.
With East Perth's line-up still possessing big men Paul Johnson and Josh Smith, and topped up by West Coast's Scott Lycett, Jeremy McGovern, Fraser McInnes and Callum Sinclair who can play as tall forwards and the ruck, it's fair to say Higgins was in an uphill battle for a regular league game in 2014.
So he was looking for another club to continue his WAFL career at and found no better place than Fremantle Oval to do that.
Higgins first lobbed at East Perth in 2011 from Swan Athletic and came in to make his league debut that year being thrown in the deep end to carry much of the ruck load in the second half of the campaign.
He played 10 matches in 2011 and added another seven in 2012 before playing 14 in 2013.
However, he was forced out of the team come finals time and missed the grand final loss to West Perth when the Royals welcomed back some West Coast AFL talent.
Higgins is now ready to put together all his natural tools as an athletic big man to become a key player for South Fremantle in a variety of roles in 2014.
Mills is a teenage key position player from Queensland who has played both with the Gold Coast Suns' reserves team and with the Southport Sharks showing an ability at each end of the ground.
Mills only started playing football in Rockhampton when 13 but when he moved down to the Gold Coast he started to get more serious about the game.
As a 17-year-old, he began playing in the Gold Coast Suns NEAFL side and even had a hit out on the SCG against the Sydney Swans reserves in 2012.
He played with the Southport Sharks in 2013 including his team's loss to Claremont at Patersons Stadium so he at least has had a taste of playing in the west and against a rival WAFL club.
On that night, Mills showed his class kicking a goal from the boundary on the half-time siren but the key position youngster has shown himself capable of playing at both ends of the ground.
Meanwhile, Miller has decided to continue his remarkable WAFL career for at least one more season and currently sitting on 298 games, he needs just two more to reach 300 in the league and only five for 150 with South Fremantle to earn life membership at the Bulldogs.
As evidenced by his 2013 form, though, Miller is not playing on just for those milestones.
Miller began the 2013 season in the midfield playing as good football as ever racking up plenty of the ball before spending the second half of the campaign in a new small forward role.
That saw him kick 20 goals in the last 11 games of the season including a haul of five for the first time in his career.
After starting his career with East Fremantle where he played 153 games and was a fairest and best winner, Miller crossed to South Fremantle in 2007 and has put together a remarkable list of accolades.
Miller is a three-time WJ Hughes Medal winner as the club's fairest and best winner and a key member of the 2009 premiership team.
As always, some players have left South Fremantle ahead of the 2014 season as well with Victorian pair Sean Tighe and Mitch Banner both electing to return to Melbourne having signed with VFL club Williamstown.
League premiership player from 2009 and reserves premiership player from last year Reece Adams also won't be with the Bulldogs in 2014 nor will his reserves premiership teammates from 2013 Jarrad Winter and Alex Grima.
 
By Chris PikeTHE South Fremantle Football Club wishes to announce two more signings for the 2014 WAFL season and also to confirm that a veteran on the brink of 300 matches will be continuing his career.

Not content with the already confirmed signings of James Sellar, Ashton Hams, Josh Pullman, Haiden Schloithe and Steven Verrier, the Bulldogs can now also confirm that former versatile East Perth big man Brock Higgins and Gold Coast Suns NEAFL player Stephen Mills will be at the club in 2014.

On top of that, 298-game WAFL star Kris Miller is a confirmed starter for the 2014 season with the 33-year-old set for his 16th campaign in the league as he is about to bring up the remarkable 300-game milestone in Round 2 against Perth under lights at Fremantle Oval.

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Action-packed pre-season football graces Wagin Oval

Tuesday, February 4, 2014 - 12:52 PM

SATURDAY kicked off at Wagin Sporting Complex with a Level One AFL coaching course conducted by South Fremantle colts coach Arthur Maskos.

While the course was in action, colts and Upper Great Southern players fueled up on a breakfast prepared by local volunteers.

A few took to the field in the morning to conduct Auskick clinics for younger players, handing down their valuable footie experience.

An afternoon game between the colts and area team UGS kicked off with early goals to the visitors.

The colts continued their assault, pushing their score to 10.7 (67) at half-time with UGS on 1.2 (8).

Coming into the second half, the visitors let UGS reach 1.3 (9) but carried a win home of a 24-10 (154) score.

After the game, Maskos said he was happy with the fitness of both teams and didn't go into the game looking to bring down the UGS boys.

"The country boys are always more than welcome to come up and have a run with us when their in Fremantle," Maskos said.

"We can now reassess where we are at for the coming season. [Wagin Football Club] has been fantastic, the community has been great and our boys were thankful for the breakfast this morning."

Maskos said he had his eye on a couple of UGS players and would be watching to see how they develop.

UGS Coach Rodney Nicholson said he was pleased to see the team get some experience on the field pre-season.

"I think we had a good hit out today. We really just want to see where we are at," Nicholson said.

"We played a fit Fremantle side and from that we now have a target to work towards. We'll start with the basics and work our way up from there."

Assistant coach and Great Southern Football development officer Steve Boughton said the team played well in patches.

He said the country side would benefit from a new program set to make its debut this year - the Upper Great Southern Talent Academy.

"Our players will get the same program the colts are on. It should give the boys an even playing field with city teams," Boughton said.

Bulldogs present Rioli with 1997 premiership DVD

Tuesday, January 28, 2014 - 8:38 PM

SOUTH Fremantle has perhaps the strongest Indigenous heritage of any football club in Australia and recently football operations manager Garry Davidson and vice president Peter Christie went to Darwin to visit with a 1997 premiership star.

Davidson and Christie took the opportunity while in Darwin recently to meet with 1997 South Fremantle premiership player and former Essendon AFL star Dean Rioli, and present the mercurial forward with a DVD copy of the 1997 grand final victory over East Fremantle.
Rioli played a starring role in that grand final victory before embarking on his AFL career with Essendon where he played 100 games between 1999-2006 and kicked 91 goals, but unfortunately missed the Bombers' 2000 premiership so his 1997 triumph with the Bulldogs certainly meant a lot to him.
Dean continued South Fremantle's tradition with the Rioli family on the heels of the legendary Maurice and Sebastian Rioli, and now there is currently another Rioli playing with the Bulldogs with exciting young prospect Willie Rioli Jr playing some exciting colts and reserves football for South Fremantle in 2013.
After his AFL career, Rioli returned to the Northern Territory firstly playing with the Tiwi Bombers before returning to Melbourne to begin his coaching career.
However, the call of home was always there and after setting up the Dean Rioli Aboriginal Employment Services (DRAES) in Melbourne, he returned to Darwin in 2012 and has been working closely with the government helping the Indigenous community.
There have been plenty of other players from Darwin and the Tiwi Islands forge strong careers with South Fremantle as well with perhaps the most notable of those in the last decade being 2005 premiership player and dashing defender Shane Tipuamantamerri.
The South Fremantle Football Club has a strong resolve to continue its strong bond with the Darwin and Tiwi Islands football communities and the visit of Davidson and Christie to the region recently only served to reinforce that.SOUTH Fremantle has perhaps the strongest Indigenous heritage of any football club in Australia and recently football operations manager Garry Davidson and vice president Peter Christie went to Darwin to visit with a 1997 premiership star.

Davidson and Christie took the opportunity while in Darwin recently to meet with 1997 South Fremantle premiership player and former Essendon AFL star Dean Rioli, and present the mercurial forward with a DVD copy of the 1997 grand final victory over East Fremantle.

Rioli played a starring role in that grand final victory before embarking on his AFL career with Essendon where he played 100 games between 1999-2006 and kicked 91 goals, but unfortunately missed the Bombers' 2000 premiership so his 1997 triumph with the Bulldogs certainly meant a lot to him.

Dean continued South Fremantle's tradition with the Rioli family on the heels of the legendary Maurice and Sebastian Rioli, and now there is currently another Rioli playing with the Bulldogs with exciting young prospect Willie Rioli Jr playing some exciting colts and reserves football for South Fremantle in 2013.

After his AFL career, Rioli returned to the Northern Territory firstly playing with the Tiwi Bombers before returning to Melbourne to begin his coaching career.

However, the call of home was always there and after setting up the Dean Rioli Aboriginal Employment Services (DRAES) in Melbourne, he returned to Darwin in 2012 and has been working closely with the government helping the Indigenous community.

There have been plenty of other players from Darwin and the Tiwi Islands forge strong careers with South Fremantle as well with perhaps the most notable of those in the last decade being 2005 premiership player and dashing defender Shane Tipuamantamerri.

The South Fremantle Football Club has a strong resolve to continue its strong bond with the Darwin and Tiwi Islands football communities and the visit of Davidson and Christie to the region recently only served to reinforce that.

Player Sponsorship package

Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 5:48 PM

With season 2014 fast approaching, we are offering the opportunity to become a part of our great club and support the South Fremantle Football Club players by becoming a Player Sponsor.

Our League, Reserves and Colts players put in many long and intense hours of training along with a professional commitment into becoming the best footballers that they can be. The majority of players are working full time away from the football field or studying full time at TAFE or University.

In addition to supporting our players achieve their best, a Player Sponsorhip entitles you to the following benefits:

  • Signage at Fremantle Oval
  • Game day functions with networking opportunities
  • Player sponsor function
  • Player appearance at your business
  • Signed South Fremantle jumper
  • Memberships for season 2014

If you are interested in becoming a 2014 player sponsor, please contact Melissa Marsh on 9335 1555, 0408 573 097 or via email melissa.marsh@sffc.com.au

 

Corporate Classic 2014

Thursday, January 16, 2014 - 11:44 PM

THE South Fremantle Football Club's Corporate Classic for 2014 isn't far away with any company receiving the opportunity to become a major support sponsor and see their logo on the Bulldogs' league playing strip for the upcoming WAFL season.

The 2014 Corporate Classic will be held at the WJ Hughes Bar in the Function Centre at Fremantle Oval on Thursday February 20 starting at 5.30pm with the major prize seeing the company become a major support sponsor of the South Fremantle Football Club with that valued at over $50,000.
Entry into the Corporate Classic is open to any organisation and costs $600 with the package not only providing the chance to be drawn as the major support sponsor or the second prize as an associate sponsor, but also provides plenty of other benefits.
That includes an invitation for two people to the Corporate Classic draw on Thursday February 20 as well as two memberships to the 2014 WAFL season and an acknowledgement in the club's 2014 Annual Report and Year Book.
The second prize in the Corporate Classic will see the winning company become an associate sponsor of the club.
That includes receiving link signage space on Fremantle Oval facing TV cameras, an invitation for four guests to attend the President's Lunch at home games and corporate rate use of the club premises for functions.
The major prize is becoming a major support sponsor valued at over $50,000.
This includes the company logo being placed on the back of the Bulldogs' league and reserves playing jumpers for the entire 2014 season, advertising on the new LED screen pre-game and during the 10 home matches, signage space on Fremantle Oval facing TV cameras, invitation for four guests to the President's Lunches and having the company logo on the club letterhead. 
By entering the 2014 Corporate Classic you are helping the South Fremantle Football Club and ensuring it remains one of the strongest clubs not only in the WAFL, but in the country outside of the AFL.
Please click here to download the entry form for the 2014 Corporate Classic or contact Melissa Marsh on (08) 9335 1555, by fax on (08) 9430 4143 or on email at melissa.marsh@sffc.com.au.THE South Fremantle Football Club's Corporate Classic for 2014 isn't far away with any company receiving the opportunity to become a major support sponsor and see their logo on the Bulldogs' league playing strip for the upcoming WAFL season.

The 2014 Corporate Classic will be held at the WJ Hughes Bar in the Function Centre at Fremantle Oval on Thursday February 20 starting at 5.30pm with the major prize seeing the company become a major support sponsor of the South Fremantle Football Club with that valued at over $50,000.

Entry into the Corporate Classic is open to any organisation and costs $600 with the package not only providing the chance to be drawn as the major support sponsor or the second prize as an associate sponsor, but also provides plenty of other benefits.

That includes an invitation for two people to the Corporate Classic draw on Thursday February 20 as well as two memberships to the 2014 WAFL season and an acknowledgement in the club's 2014 Annual Report and Year Book.

The second prize in the Corporate Classic will see the winning company become an associate sponsor of the club.

That includes receiving link signage space on Fremantle Oval facing TV cameras, an invitation for four guests to attend the President's Lunch at home games and corporate rate use of the club premises for functions.

The major prize is becoming a major support sponsor valued at over $50,000.

This includes the company logo being placed on the back of the Bulldogs' league and reserves playing jumpers for the entire 2014 season, advertising on the new LED screen pre-game and during the 10 home matches, signage space on Fremantle Oval facing TV cameras, invitation for four guests to the President's Lunches and having the company logo on the club letterhead. 

By entering the 2014 Corporate Classic you are helping the South Fremantle Football Club and ensuring it remains one of the strongest clubs not only in the WAFL, but in the country outside of the AFL.

Please click here to download the entry form for the 2014 Corporate Classic or contact Melissa Marsh on (08) 9335 1555, by fax on (08) 9430 4143 or on email at melissa.marsh@sffc.com.au.

Early bird prize winner - Rosemary Whitehead

Saturday, December 21, 2013 - 6:42 PM

Congratulations to Rosemary Whitehead - winner of our Early Bird Membership prize of a signed Stephen Michael jumper!

Bulldogs fixture for 2014 WAFL season

Saturday, December 21, 2013 - 5:55 PM

FRIDAY night WAFL football returns to Fremantle Oval in a big way in 2014 with four games scheduled at the beginning and finish of the upcoming season.

The first Friday night game of 2014 at Fremantle Oval will take place in Round 2 when South Fremantle hosts Perth before the following Friday it will be last season's grand finalists East Perth taking on the Bulldogs under lights at the port.
Then the last two rounds of the season sees South Fremantle host Subiaco and Peel Thunder in Friday night fixtures at Fremantle Oval. The four night matches will all bounce down at 6.20pm.
The Bulldogs' 2014 season will see them face off with East Fremantle three times as usual as well as Peel Thunder, Subiaco and Swan Districts while playing Claremont, East Perth, Perth and reigning premiers West Perth just the twice.
South Fremantle's 2014 campaign begins with a twilight fixture at Leederville's Medibank Stadium in Round 1 against Subiaco on Saturday March 22 with bounce down set for 4.15pm.
Then following the back-to-back night games against the Demons and Royals in Rounds 2 and 3, the Bulldogs hit the road to take on Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval, West Perth at Arena Joondalup and then East Fremantle in the now annual Anzac Day clash at East Fremantle Oval.
South Fremantle is then home for a week to host Claremont in Round 7 prior to a Round 8 bye and then Round 9 clash in Mandurah against Peel Thunder before another break due to the state game against the NEAFL to be played in Sydney on Saturday May 24.
The Bulldogs' stop-start run then continues following the state game with the Foundation Derby against East Fremantle at Fremantle Oval on Monday June 2 before another bye.
That means that between Rounds 8 and 11, South Fremantle will play two games, have two byes and the week off for the state game.
Things settle down after that, though, with five straight matches between Rounds 12 and 16 that sees South Fremantle take on East Perth at Medibank Stadium, host Swan Districts, host West Perth, face Claremont at the Showgrounds and take on Perth at Lathlain Park.
Following the Round 17 bye, the Bulldogs host Subiaco, face East Fremantle for the final time of the season at East Fremantle Oval, host Peel, travel to Bassendean to play Swans and then finish with the two night games against Subiaco and Peel at Fremantle Oval.
SOUTH FREMANTLE 2014 FIXTURES
Round 1 v Subiaco at Medibank Stadium, Saturday March 22
Round 2 v Perth at Fremantle Oval, Friday March 28
Round 3 v East Perth at Fremantle Oval, Friday April 4
Round 4 v Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval, Saturday April 12
Round 5 v West Perth at Arena Joondalup, Saturday April 19
Round 6 v East Fremantle at East Fremantle Oval, Friday April 25
Round 7 v Claremont at Fremantle Oval, Saturday May 3
Round 8 BYE
Round 9 v Peel Thunder at Bendigo Bank Stadium, Saturday May 17
State Game WA v NEAFL in Sydney, Saturday May 24
Round 10 v East Fremantle at Fremantle Oval, Monday June 2
Round 11 BYE
Round 12 v East Perth at Medibank Stadium, Saturday June 14
Round 13 v Swan Districts at Fremantle Oval, Saturday June 21
Round 14 v West Perth at Fremantle Oval, Sunday June 29
Round 15 v Claremont at Showgrounds, Saturday July 5
Round 16 v Perth at Lathlain Park, Saturday July 12
Round 17 BYE
Round 18 v Subiaco at Fremantle Oval, Saturday July 26
Round 19 v East Fremantle at East Fremantle Oval, Saturday August 2
Round 20 v Peel Thunder at Fremantle Oval, Saturday August 9
Round 21 v Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval, Saturday August 16
Round 22 v Subiaco at Fremantle Oval, Friday August 22
Round 23 v Peel Thunder at Fremantle Oval, Friday August 29
By Chris PikeFRIDAY night WAFL football returns to Fremantle Oval in a big way in 2014 with four games scheduled at the beginning and finish of the upcoming season.

The first Friday night game of 2014 at Fremantle Oval will take place in Round 2 when South Fremantle hosts Perth before the following Friday it will be last season's grand finalists East Perth taking on the Bulldogs under lights at the port.

Then the last two rounds of the season sees South Fremantle host Subiaco and Peel Thunder in Friday night fixtures at Fremantle Oval. The four night matches will all bounce down at 6.20pm.

The Bulldogs' 2014 season will see them face off with East Fremantle three times as usual as well as Peel Thunder, Subiaco and Swan Districts while playing Claremont, East Perth, Perth and reigning premiers West Perth just the twice.

South Fremantle's 2014 campaign begins with a twilight fixture at Leederville's Medibank Stadium in Round 1 against Subiaco on Saturday March 22 with bounce down set for 4.15pm.

Then following the back-to-back night games against the Demons and Royals in Rounds 2 and 3, the Bulldogs hit the road to take on Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval, West Perth at Arena Joondalup and then East Fremantle in the now annual Anzac Day clash at East Fremantle Oval.

South Fremantle is then home for a week to host Claremont in Round 7 prior to a Round 8 bye and then Round 9 clash in Mandurah against Peel Thunder before another break due to the state game against the NEAFL to be played in Sydney on Saturday May 24.

The Bulldogs' stop-start run then continues following the state game with the Foundation Derby against East Fremantle at Fremantle Oval on Monday June 2 before another bye.

That means that between Rounds 8 and 11, South Fremantle will play two games, have two byes and the week off for the state game.

Things settle down after that, though, with five straight matches between Rounds 12 and 16 that sees South Fremantle take on East Perth at Medibank Stadium, host Swan Districts, host West Perth, face Claremont at the Showgrounds and take on Perth at Lathlain Park.

Following the Round 17 bye, the Bulldogs host Subiaco, face East Fremantle for the final time of the season at East Fremantle Oval, host Peel, travel to Bassendean to play Swans and then finish with the two night games against Subiaco and Peel at Fremantle Oval.

SOUTH FREMANTLE 2014 FIXTURES

Round 1 v Subiaco at Medibank Stadium, Saturday March 22

Round 2 v Perth at Fremantle Oval, Friday March 28

Round 3 v East Perth at Fremantle Oval, Friday April 4

Round 4 v Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval, Saturday April 12

Round 5 v West Perth at Arena Joondalup, Saturday April 19

Round 6 v East Fremantle at East Fremantle Oval, Friday April 25

Round 7 v Claremont at Fremantle Oval, Saturday May 3

Round 8 BYE

Round 9 v Peel Thunder at Bendigo Bank Stadium, Saturday May 17

State Game WA v NEAFL in Sydney, Saturday May 24

Round 10 v East Fremantle at Fremantle Oval, Monday June 2

Round 11 BYE

Round 12 v East Perth at Medibank Stadium, Saturday June 14

Round 13 v Swan Districts at Fremantle Oval, Saturday June 21

Round 14 v West Perth at Fremantle Oval, Sunday June 29

Round 15 v Claremont at Showgrounds, Saturday July 5

Round 16 v Perth at Lathlain Park, Saturday July 12

Round 17 BYE

Round 18 v Subiaco at Fremantle Oval, Saturday July 26

Round 19 v East Fremantle at East Fremantle Oval, Saturday August 2

Round 20 v Peel Thunder at Fremantle Oval, Saturday August 9

Round 21 v Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval, Saturday August 16

Round 22 v Subiaco at Fremantle Oval, Friday August 22

Round 23 v Peel Thunder at Fremantle Oval, Friday August 29

By Chris Pike