2018 WAFL season

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2018 WAFL season
Teams 9
Premiers Subiaco
(14th premiership)
Minor premiers Subiaco
(16th minor premiership)
2017

The 2018 WAFL season is the 134th season of the various incarnations of the West Australian Football League (WAFL). The season commenced on 30 March 2017 and will conclude with the 2018 WAFL Grand Final on 22 September 2018.[1]

Ladder[edit]

2018 WAFL Ladder
TEAM P W L D PF PA % PTS
1 Subiaco (P) 18 18 0 0 2051 926 221.5% 72
2 South Fremantle 18 13 5 0 1688 1251 134.9% 52
3 West Perth 18 11 7 0 1615 1377 117.3% 44
4 Claremont 18 9 9 0 1406 1434 98.0% 36
5 East Perth 18 8 10 0 1581 1486 106.4% 32
6 Perth 18 7 11 0 1465 1756 83.4% 28
7 Peel Thunder 18 7 11 0 1232 1536 80.2% 28
8 Swan Districts 18 6 12 0 1379 1675 82.3% 24
9 East Fremantle 18 2 16 0 1079 2055 52.5% 8
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against

Clubs[edit]

Finals series[edit]

Elimination and Qualifying Finals[edit]

Elimination Final
Sunday 2 September
(2:40pm)
Claremont 12.11 (83) def. East Perth 8.7 (55) Arena Joondalup (crowd: 3,669)
Qualifying Final
Saturday 1 September
(2:40pm)
South Fremantle 22.12 (144) def. West Perth 6.10 (46) Fremantle Community Bank Oval (crowd: 3,099)

Semi Finals[edit]

First Semi Final
Sunday 9 September
(2:15pm)
West Perth 19.9 (123) def. Claremont 10.10 (70) Claremont Oval (crowd: 3,102)
Second Semi Final
Sunday 9 September
(3:10pm)
Subiaco 12.12 (84) def. South Fremantle 10.6 (66) Leederville Oval (crowd: 3,287)

Preliminary Final[edit]

Preliminary Final
Sunday 16 September
(2:40pm)
South Fremantle 9.17 (71) def. by West Perth 15.7 (97) Fremantle Community Bank Oval (crowd: 3,907)

Grand Final[edit]

2018 WAFL Grand Final
Sunday 23 September
(2:40pm)
Subiaco def. West Perth Optus Stadium (crowd: 25,064) [2]
4.4 (28)
9.8 (62)
15.11 (101)
 19.13 (127)
Q1
Q2
Q3
 Final
0.1 (1)
2.3 (15)
4.3 (27)
 7.4 (46)
Umpires: M Adams, B Laycock, J Power
Simpson Medal: Kyal Horsley (Subiaco)
Television broadcast: Seven Network
Halligan, Sokol 5; Waters 3; Horsley 2; Newton, Phelan, Wheeler, Clarke 1 Goals Black, Chalmers 2; Strijk, Peirce, Mills 1
Horsley, Deluca, Clarke, Sokol, Lockyer, Kitchin, Phelan, Halligan, Litherland Best Black, Nelson, Peirce, Wilhelm, Chalmers
  • Subiaco became the second team in WAFL history to complete a perfect season after East Fremantle in 1946.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WAFL set for an exciting 2018 season". WA Football. Retrieved 11 May 2018.
  2. ^ "WAFL grand final: Subiaco complete perfect season with 81-point win over West Perth". The West Australian. Retrieved 23 September 2018.