1987 WAFL season

1987 WAFL season

To celebrate Channel 7's new deal with the WAFL to televise games in here is the opening 13 minutes.
Just a couple of minutes from this 1987 matchup between the Sharks and the Tigers. Help us preserve the.
1987 Grand Final - WAFL - Claremont v Subiaco, 6th June 1987 - WAFL - West Perth v South Fremantle, 6th June 1987 - WAFL - Claremont v East Fremantle. 1987 WAFL season Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store. In a top class game Claremont move to the top permanently by taking advantage of East Fremantle giving them first use of the wind when the weather 1987 WAFL season dry — rain fell through the second half and East Fremantle cannot make up a six-goal deficit at the last change. The Royals pressure Subiaco well but their lack of skill proved decisive. Another brilliant display by Malaxos and Mitchell drove Claremont to an outstanding victory, showing their Subiaco victory as no fluke. Despite Ralph being moved into defence on Colin Waterson, Peter Thorne roved superbly for eight goals. In the South Fremantle v Claremont colts match, a South Fremantle player was alleged to have bitten the ears of Craig Tester of Claremont. At the East Perth versus South Fremantle match, the East Perth banner 1987 WAFL season on the ground early in the match and produced confusion whereby John Worsfold kicked the ball through the East Perth goal and it 3 team parlay payout parlay betting system initially registered as a goal to the Royals, then to the Bulldogs — before the correct score of a behind to East Perth was added.

1987 WAFL season - download

However, due to seasonal lag , June, July, and August are the hottest months in the northern hemisphere and December, January, and February are the hottest months in the southern hemisphere. Help us preserve the WAFL's history by visiting our website at ithistory.info We are digitising any WAFL footage we can get our hands on - and that means we want your old VHS or BETA tapes or DVDs , if you have them. Peter Melesso for striking Ian Dargie in first quarter. We're now accepting footage of Eagles games from... Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. The physical power of Bayliss and Sumich allows South Fremantle a surprise win over Subiaco, aided by the dominance of returning ruckwan Edwards around the ground.