wafl captains 2020

Out to impress: QAFL Seniors weekend preview – Semi Finals The squad will be led by fan favourite co-captains QAFL weekly wrap: Round 1 – Magpies storm to win as Lions win grand final rematch Your email address will not be published. 2020 Colts Coach: Simon Bergin The original list has Fremantle winning six of the first seven premierships. Seven teams were placed in each of the two conferences, with teams playing all their intra-conference rivals once and two cross-over matches against teams from the other conference, resulting in an 8-round home and away season. WAFL Round 1: 2020 Perth def Peel Thunder FACT: Both teams failing to register a goal in the first quarter (0.3 each) is the first time this has happened since P v …

Halfpenny continues Norwood family legacy in search of dream IN the midst of football’s long-awaited return, Draft Central takes a look at some of this year’s brightest names who have already represented their state in some capacity leading into 2020, or are bolting into draft contention. Swan Districts' Sam Fisher, Steven Payne and Josh Cipro.Blee produced a game made up of 31 possessions, eight marks and two tackles in the win against Subiaco and while he has proven a versatile player over his decade-long career that included an AFL stint with Port Adelaide, it's always been down back he's played his best football and that continues to be the case in 2020.East Perth might still be an outside chance of reaching the finals in 2020 currently sitting two games out of the top four with only three games remaining, but at least Saturday's win against Subiaco gave them a slight hope that wouldn’t have been there had they lost.Starting with the results and East Perth kept its finals chances alive and made the job of Subiaco that bit tougher by snapping a 12-game losing slide against the Lions with a 9.9 (63) to 7.12 (54) victory at Leederville Oval.Following six rounds of the 2020 WAFL season and with three rounds remaining before the finals get underway, it's South Fremantle (5-0) still out on top just percentage but with a game in hand of West Perth (5-1).Subiaco's Ben Sokol, Leigh Kitchin, Greg Clark and Hayden Kennedy.And Nathan Blee was at the forefront of everything the Royals did in avoiding losing a 12th consecutive match against their Leederville Oval co-tenants.© Copyright 2020 West Australian Football CommissionClaremont (4-2) and Perth (4-1) then round out the top four ahead of Subiaco (2-3), East Perth (2-3), Swan Districts (1-4), East Fremantle (1-4) and Peel Thunder (0-6).Claremont and Perth then did battle with the winner to go a long way to securing a finals position, and it was the Demons who prevailed over the Tigers 11.4 (70) to 7.11 (53) at Claremont's Revo Fitness Stadium.The 29-year-old is now one of the veteran leaders at East Perth and especially the older head down back following the retirement in the off-season of inspirational defender Kyle Anderson, and he is doing a tremendous job in that role.West Perth defender Blake Wilhelm and wingman Trent Manzone.WHAT a weekend it was in the Optus WAFL Premiership Season and with teams and individual players alike make significant statements, Round 6 could end up having a big say in the way things finish up in 2020.East Perth's Matthew Young, Kye Willcocks, Shayne Hille, Aidan Lynch and Ajang Ajang.Swan Districts then won its first game of the 2020 WAFL season and left Peel Thunder winless with the 9.8 (62) to 4.9 (33) victory at Bassendean's Steel Blue Oval.It was the 20th time that he has played against Subiaco during his 138-game WAFL career with East Perth, and only a third win in that time against the Lions so it was a rare celebration for Blee and his Royals on their home turf on Saturday.Claremont's Jye Bolton, Kane Mitchell and Declan Mountford.With plenty of standout performers across the four matches putting their hands up for spots in the Team of the Round and with the finals starting to take on a bit of a clearer shape, it proved to be a fascinating and defining weekend in the WAFL.And finally West Perth flew home to beat East Fremantle for the ninth consecutive time with an 8.11 (59) to 8.7 (55) win at Joondalup's Provident Financial Oval.Peel Thunder's Michael Randall, Jackson Merrett, James Sturrock, Ben Howlett and Tyrone Thorne. The Reserves fared only slightly better with five victories to land in seventh in 2019, as the Colts lifted the club with their finals qualification at 8-8 to finish fifth.While the Black Ducks are once again well stocked at the junior grade, they will be made to cover some key, experienced losses as they search for improvement at senior level. AFL Draft Watch: Max Heath (Sandringham Dragons/Vic Metro) 2020 captain: Rory Sloane Last season: Rory Sloane/Taylor Walker Brisbane 2020 captain: Dayne Zorko Last season: Dayne Zorko Carlton 2020 captain(s): Patrick Cripps/Sam Docherty Last season: Patrick Cripps/Sam Docherty 2020 Captain Series - Kane Mitchell 18 May Kate Massey and Mitchell Turner bring you all the latest news from the WAFL as well as an in depth chat with Claremont Captain Kane Mitchell in Part 1 of the WAFL Captains …

West Perth awaits in Round 1 of the 2020 WAFL season.If the promising youth is anything to go by, the only way is up for Swan Districts in 2020.