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WAFL scores - round 16

Fixtures, scores for round 15 of the 2012 WAFL season.


Swan Districts v West Perth at Steel Blue Oval

East Perth v Subiaco at Medibank Stadium


East Fremantle v Perth at East Fremantle Oval

Claremont v South Fremantle at Claremont Oval

All matches start at 2.10pm. Bye: Peel.

Full reports and scoreboards on following all matches. And stay with The West for all your WAFL news during the week.


EAST FREMANTLE3.3 10.8 11.1115.16 106
PERTH1.3 6.5 10.6 13.987
GOALS - EAST FREMANTLE: Waight, Duffy, Dick, Perham, Sutcliffe, Boyle 2, Symonds, B. O’Brien, Gabriel PERTH: Stack, Moody 3, Donovan, Butler 2, Young, Leeson, Spaanderman.

BEST – EAST FREMANTLE: Sutcliffe, Henson, Stevens, McGough, Dodd, Dick PERTH: Young, Butler, Stack, Davis, Moody.
INJURIES - PERTH: N Kane (hamstring).
UMPIRES: Statham, Orr, Shelton.
CROWD: 1800 (approx) at East Fremantle Oval.

CLAREMONT3.6 7.1011.11 17.17 119
SOUTH FREMANTLE2.1 5.1 7.4 10.4 64
GOALS – CLAREMONT: Lee, Bradshaw, Mitchell 3; Jones, McGovern 2; Foster, Neates, Taylor, Blackwell. SOUTH FREMANTLE: Saunders 4; Mugambwa 2; Schloithe, Sgherza, Wood, Martinez.

BEST: – CLAREMONT: Mitchell, Ruck, Crawford, Stevenson, Morton, Swift, Bradshaw. SOUTH FREMANTLE: Cook, Miller, Wilson-King, Olivieri.
UMPIRES: R McCaw, S McPhee, B Wardman.
CROWD: 1922 at Claremont Oval.

WEST PERTH2.36.9 9.1211.1379
GOALS – WEST PERTH: Strijk 3; Guadagnin, Tsalikis 2; Crisp, Nelson, van Berlo, Bradley. SWAN DISTRICTS: Hansen 5; Davis, Motlop, Jukes, Walters.

BEST – WEST PERTH: Hutchings, Nelson, Bartholomew, Guadagnin, Jones, Browne, Strijk. SWAN DISTRICTS: Hansen, Simpson, Hildebrandt, Hams, Ames.
UMPIRES: S Parry, N Brown, A Martin.
CROWD: 2100 (approx) at Steel Blue Oval.

SUBIACO3.49.9 11.1312.1688
GOALS – SUBIACO: Headland, Hampson 3; Chambers 2; Bristow, Hassett, Wheeler, Waters. EAST PERTH: Seal 3; Oakley-Nicholls, Smith, Maldenis, Eades.

BEST – SUBIACO: Headland, Forrest, McDonnell, Anthony, Hampson, Rumble, Daye. EAST PERTH: Maldenis, Sampey, Clutterbuck, Seal, Moss, Wulff.
UMPIRES: T Keating, D O’Neill, G Parker.
CROWD: 1200 (approx) at Medibank Stadium.

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