The West Australian Football Commission has officially concluded its investigation on behalf of the WACFL and SWFL into a range of incidents earlier this season, making 10 recommendations from its findings.
Carly Laden and Justin Fris
The fifth-placed Harvey Bulls have a shot at redemption and another chance to beat arch rivals Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault for the first time in almost five years on Saturday.
Carey Park and South Bunbury enter Saturday’s twilight clash at Kelly Park at completely opposite ends of football’s spectrum.
The Eaton Boomers will host the Collie Eagles on the weekend as their push towards finals enters a crunching point.
Despite being aware of the pitfalls associated with facing Donnybrook on Sunday at VC Mitchell Park, Busselton coach Daniel Delaney is keeping things simple.
Beckett, who has played four games for the Magpies since the WAFLW grand final against Claremont, booted six goals last week during her side’s 116-point win over the Dunsborough Sharks
The Harvey Bulls know percentage could be the deciding factor of whether they earn a home final as the season reaches the pointy end.
The Harvey Bulls chances of returning to the SWFL finals for the first time since 2017 have been given a massive boost with an impressive away victory over Donnybrook.
It has not been an ideal year for Bunbury champion Jesse Gribble, who has spent extended time on the sidelines getting his body right.
The Dons became the first team to keep the Bulls scoreless this season, dominating all day to win 11.8 (74) to no score.
Fast-forward three years, Bilcich, now in a Bunbury guernsey, has wound back the clock to rekindle this form and could well replicate winning the Nola Marino Medal.
The WACFL State team found the going tough against South Australia last Saturday at the Adelaide Oval, going down 10.7 (67) to 6.5 (41).
West Coast legend Jeremy McGovern has tipped it won’t be long until Harvey product Brady Hough is tearing the AFL apart.
A nine-goal haul from veteran forwards Mitch Gerrans and Tim Noakes has helped Augusta-Margaret River hold off Collie Eagles to secure a 37-point win.
Despite a valiant effort by the Eaton Boomers, South Bunbury have continued to reign supreme over the competition with a fifth consecutive win.
The Carey Park Football Club and league coach Brett Maguire have mutually parted ways, effective immediately.
Augusta-Margaret River are in the box seat to reclaim top spot on the SWFL ladder for the first time this year.
Bunbury enter Saturday afternoon’s clash against Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault at Brunswick Oval with plenty of belief, on the back of two gutsy victories.
Despite being seven spots apart on the ladder, South Bunbury’s match with Eaton at the weekend could very well be season-defining.
The Harvey Bulls head to VC Mitchell Park on Sunday, for a must-win clash against Donnybrook.
As competition heats up in the run home to the SWFL women’s finals, Busselton Magpies will be looking to consolidate themselves as top contenders
Augusta-Margaret River may have shattered the Eaton Boomers’ dream of a remarkable return to finals football with a 50-point victory at the weekend.
A bag of goals from Peel Thunder rising star Sienna Guidi has seen Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault record a thumping win over the Dunsborough Sharks.
The Busselton Magpies continue to soar, taking down Carey Park at home this week in huge 49-point victory.
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