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John Townsend and Bridget Lacy look at round 18 of the WAFL, which saw Liam Ryan light up Thursday night football and the Sharks rejoin the race for finals.

Anthony gives Sharks teeth

Liam Anthony has identified East Fremantle’s lack of on-field leadership as one of the key reasons for the club’s insipid month that saw the Sharks tumble from third to sixth place on the WAFL …


East Fremantle ended their four-game losing streak with an unconvincing 18-point win over last-placed Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval.

East Perth have continued their charge towards the finals with a fifth straight win, this time an eight-point victory over Claremont at the Showground.

Ruckman Angus Graham will return to the field in a boost for Perth as they try to stretch Peel for height in their crunch game in Cunderdin tomorrow.

Premiership trio Kyal Horsley, Leigh Kitchin and Wayde Twomey are set to return for Subiaco’s top-of-the-table clash with South Fremantle at Medibank Stadium on Thursday night.

West Perth will not appeal the 10-week suspension handed down to Mitchell Antonio for the tackle which left East Perth defender Beau Chatley with a serious neck and spinal injury.

Subi's Gary Buckenara and John Gerovich of South were arguably the two greatest high marking players to play for their clubs. Here are some of their screamers.

As East Perth footballer Beau Chatley tries to make a full recovery from a serious neck and spinal injury suffered at the weekend, there were suggestions the industry needs to rethink the amount of …

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