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EFFC Raffle Winners

Monday, October 2, 2017 - 11:51 AM

Congratulations to our 2017 East Fremantle Raffle Winners!

1st prize: 2 x Business Class return flights from Perth to China

Valued up to $8000, kindly sponsored by China Southern Airlines

Flights return from Perth to Shanghai or Beijing

Winner: Brian Desmond

2nd prize: $2,000 Retravision Voucher

Winner: Sue Knott

3rd Prize: $1,000 Helloworld Willetton Voucher

Winner: WJ Matthews


We would like to sincerely thank our Raffle Sponsors: China Southern Airlines, Retravision and Helloworld Willetton, your generosity is thoroughly appreciated. Remember to support these organisations when you can!

Our thanks must also be extended to everyone who supported our Raffle by purchasing a ticket, your ongoing contribution does not go unnoticed by the Club. The money raised from the raffle goes to the Shark’s investment in talent and development programs. 



Monday, October 2, 2017 - 9:27 AM

The Friday night Member's Draw has jackpotted to $1,850 but you must be there to collect it.

On Friday night, September 29th Leo James’ name was drawn out but he wasn’t in attendance to collect the jackpot of $1,800, so the draw has now jackpotted to $1850.

 The draw takes place every Friday night between 6:30pm and 7:30pm in the main bar.

You have to be in it to win it! Only those members who are financial for 2017 go into the draw and have the opportunity of taking out the jackpot – but of course you must be there for the draw.

There will be no Members’ Friday night this week, October 6th due to the Lynn Medal Count being held.                                                                                                                   


Monday, October 2, 2017 - 9:22 AM

The following members are celebrating their birthdays this week and we would like to take this opportunity to wish them all a very Happy Birthday.

Reginald Smith; John Meadowcroft; Doreen Jones; Len Fode; Kevin Collins; Peter Hepburn; Ken Corbett; Shirley Aspinall; Tony Buhagiar; Chris Morphett; Elizabeth Basile; Laurie Huck; Mario Horta; John Ipsen; Scott Branch; Clare Omodei; Ben Davey; Brad Sewell; Lee Gorbould; Kirsty Soley; Cassie Davidson; Peter Delaney; Ethan Riley; Harry Barker; Alby Cross; Grace Anthonisz.

Jansen Returns Home

Friday, September 29, 2017 - 10:16 AM

The East Fremantle Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of one of their own. Jarrad Jansen, after two years at Geelong and the last two at Brisbane said he wouldn't have it any other way in returning to play with the Sharks.

The 192cm big bodied Bull Creek Leeming product has played through the midfield and half forward during his time in the AFL system. Jansen played through all of the East 

Fremantle Development Squads before making his debut for the Colts in 2012.

In 2013 Jansen's early season form earned him a State 18's birth, where at the end of that season was taken at pick 36 by the Geelong Cats. Whilst learning plenty and playing some good VFL footy, unfortunately he couldn't break into a strong Cats side at AFL level.

After 2 years at the Cattery, Jansen was then traded to the Lions where in 2016, he made his AFL debut in Round 11 against Carlton. In his two years at Brisbane Jansen played 8 games. He was an integral part of the Lions NEAFL premiership a couple of weeks ago. An outstanding person, with great character Jansen's return is an exciting one for the "Old Easts"  

Raffle Book Reminder- Due Friday

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 - 9:13 AM

The East Fremantle Football Club Raffle closes this Friday the 29th September. For compliance with the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor WA it is imperative that the Club receives all tickets sold or unsold by lunch time on Friday.

The draw will take place during our Members Night in the Main Social Hall, 6pm.

The Raffle is essential to our ongoing sustainability! Your support will contribute to the Shark’s investment in talent and development programs as well as our pursuit for on field success.

We would like to thank our Raffle Sponsors: China Southern AirlinesRetravision and Helloworld Willetton, your support is thoroughly appreciated

1st prize: 2 x Business Class return flights from Perth to China

Valued up to $8000, kindly sponsored by China Southern Airlines

Flights return from Perth to Shanghai or Beijing

2nd prize: $2,000 Retravision Voucher

3rd Prize: $1,000 Helloworld Willetton Voucher


Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 1:33 PM

The Friday night Member's Draw has jackpotted to $1,800 but you must be there to collect it.

On Friday night, September 22nd  Neil Townsend’s name was drawn out but he wasn’t in attendance to collect the jackpot of $1,750, so the draw has now jackpotted to $1800.

 The draw takes place every Friday night between 6:30pm and 7:30pm in the main bar.

You have to be in it to win it! Only those members who are financial for 2017 go into the draw and have the opportunity of taking out the jackpot – but of course you must be there for the draw.

Meals are available on Friday nights. 


Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 1:27 PM

The following members are celebrating their birthdays this week and we would like to take this opportunity to wish them all a very Happy Birthday.


Jack Sheedy; Loris Stewart; Lynette Smythe; Dennis Ritchie; Peter Stephen; Trevor Brown; Shane Ellis; Gary Read; Simon Waight; Kevin Joyce; Vince Scagliotta; Kris Miller; Sarah Townsend; Brendan Morphett; Matthew Jupp; Cassidy Iggelsden; Lachlan Taylor; Mitchell Reader; Damon Lindoff; Annabel Millar.


Robert Taylor;  Trudy Rybak;  Blake Keogh

2017 Colts Premiers

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 12:33 PM

The East Fremantle Colts have topped a fantastic season with a convincing 54-point win over Claremont, taking home the premiership in the last WAFL Grand Final at Domain Stadium.

As minor premiers, the Sharks went into the game with confidence but knew Claremont’s experience could be dangerous, having played in five consecutive Grand Finals.

From the outset, the Sharks were determined to get off to a good start and Dillon O’Reilly got the ball rolling with a fantastic goal from the pocket. Brandon Collard and Joshua Ritchie added some impressive goals, while the Sharks defence was iron tight, allowing just the one point through in the first quarter.

The Sharks ascendancy continued in the second term, with Ambrose Ryan slotting a goal from the forward pocket. Dwayne Nevill followed shortly after, with great assistance from Samuel Lewis up the ground. A 50m penalty helped O’Reilly kick his second of the game, putting East Fremantle six goals ahead. The Tigers managed their first major before the half time siren, a credit to East Fremantle’s defence.

Claremont came out strong after the main break and the Sharks were wary of a possible third quarter comeback, like we’d seen in the semi-final just two weeks before. However, it was East Fremantle that were able to convert, with Ryan booting his second. Chris Scott, Zachary Johnson and Jye Stone were superb in East Fremantle’s backline, making it extremely hard for the Tigers to get any real momentum going.

The final term was a feeding frenzy for the Sharks, led by a three-goal haul from Tim Bockman. Ryan set up for his third from a tricky angle, but instead opted for a clever dish to Collard who nailed the set shot in front of goal. Ritchie joined in, kicking his second to take East Fremantle’s margin over 10 goals, before the Tigers managed to close in with one final goal.

As has been the case for our colts throughout the year, the ‘team first’ approach was certainly in full force, with every player doing their part.

To the Tigers credit, they provided a tough contest throughout the ground and were unlucky in front of the big sticks.

Chris Scott was presented with the Mel Whinnen Medal for best on ground, having finished with 21 possessions and 10 marks.

Tom Joyce (24 disposals), Milan Murdock and Jayden Quill (17 disposals) were excellent through the midfield.

It was a fantastic way for the Sharks to farewell Subiaco Oval and should give fans confidence going forward, with a talented crop of home grown talent.

EFFC                      CFC

3.1          Q1          0.1

6.4          Q2          1.2

7.5          Q3          1.8

12.5        Q4          2.11

(77)        Total      (23)

EFFC Goals: 3 T.Bockman, 2 A.Ryan, J.Ritchie, B.Collard, D.O'Reilly, 1 D.Nevill

Photos avaliable here 

AOS East Fremantle Talent Academy Development Squad Carnival 2017

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 12:19 PM

Round 1 vs South Fremantle

The AOS Development Squads began their first fixture on Monday 25th September at Shark Park against South Fremantle. The development squads are formed of the most talented players from each WAFL Club’s district, with age groups of year 8 to year 10.

The 8Bs kicked off the day in wet conditions with South Fremantle scoring first. Kobe McMillan was influential in the ruck, running hard throughout the game. South were a bit too strong for our boys and used the ball well in the wet to come out winners for the first game. Ashton Glennister and Lachlan Booker played to their strengths and were among the Sharks best players. Being the first hit out our boys showed some really good signs and were determine throughout.

EFFC – 2.9.21

SFFC – 7.11.53

Best: Kobe McMillan, Ashton Glennister and Lachlan Booker

Goals: Xavier Bradshaw-Pini 1, Cameron Legett1.


The 9Bs followed next in again wet conditions. South Fremantle showed good skills in the conditions and kicked accurately throughout the game.  Our boys showed good skills in patches and really tried to counteract Souths dominance but couldn’t match their ability. Rahul Rath and Jackson Merillo showed prowess as well as Andrew Gerovich throughout the match. Tom McGrath and Thomas Anderson played well up forward and kicked the majors for the sharks. Unfortunately, the Sharks were well beaten but our boys showed some positive signs.

EFFC  -2.3.15

SFFC 0- 11.4.70

Best  - Rahul Rath, Jackson Merillo And Andrew Gerovich

Goals: Tom McGrath 1 and Tom Anderson 1.


The 8As were very impressive against South with a number of our Midwest boys coming down for the game. The team seemed to gel very well together and used the ball to advantage which saw the Sharks kicking accurately. Kane Fallows kicked 4 majors for the Sharks followed closely by Midwest boys Jed Hagan and Judd McVee. Tom Braimbridge was exceptional and Michael Wall was brilliant off half back with his run and carry. The Sharks were too strong for their close rivals coming out victors by 50 points.

EFFC – 13.5.83

SFFC – 5.3.33

Best: Tom Braimbridge, Kane Fallows, Michael Wall and Jed Hagan

Goals: Kane Fallows 4, Jed Hagan 3, Judd Mcvee 2, Seth Connor 1, Corey Warner 1, Jackson Finnie 1 and Luke Kanny 1.


The 9As were red hot from the first bounce with Keanu Haddow and Edward Curley showing some brilliant work through the middle. The game saw 9 Midwest boys take to the field which is fantastic to see and all played very well. Up forward Haddow, Simpson, Curley, Carroll Stedman and Dann were instrumental and the midfield contingent of Walker, Browne and Emery proved too strong and quick for the Bulldogs. Our defence was strong and the rebound off to our midfielders created our scoring opportunities. Josh Stedman had a very good second half in which he took some great marks up forward and kicked truly. Credit to our forwards for the accuracy in what was a brilliant display of football. The team work the boys showed was tremendous and they all helped each other out when need, which contributed to the dominant display. The Sharks finished 76-point victors.

EFFC – 17.8.110

SFFC – 5.4.34

Best: Joshua Browne, Edward Curley, Josh Stedman and Keanu Haddow.

Goals: Haddow 3, Simpson 2, Curley 2, Carroll 2, Dann 2, Stedman 2, Tirant 2, Barlett 1 and Sandy 1.


The year 10 squad had their moments when they worked together as a team but South were a lot stronger physically and used the ball very well. Riley Sutherland showed that size doesn’t matter as he put his body on the line whenever he could and showed great determination for the football. Tyler Marci showed some goods signs along with Finn Gorringe as they did their best to try and counteract South’s strength. Johnny Narkle coped well in the ruck and showed some very good ground ball use for a big man. Teague Knight, Denim Ranger and Jordan Penheiro gave us some forward pressure resulting in goals which were a few positives for the 10s. The boys unfortunately were defeated by a dominant South by 56 points. The year 10s can learn a lot from the game on what they need to improve on and can also take some positives from it.

EFFC – 6.4.40

SFFC – 13.18.96

Best: Riley Sutherland, Tyler Macri and Finn Gorringe

Goals: Riley Sutherland, Denim Ranger, Jordan Penheiro, Teague Knight, Finn Gorringe and Johnny Narkle.   


The sharks next fixture is Friday 29th September at Leederville oval where we play East Perth. Kick off 8am.



                                                                                                                    Round 2 vs East Perth

East Fremantle Development squad had their second fixtures on Friday 29th September against East Perth at Leederville oval.


The 8Bs started the day once again and really played to their strengths of hard, fast aggressive football. Our midfield worked really well together which contributed to our forward entry. Cooper Searle and Kobe McMillan were outstanding and Cam Mulvey was excellent in the forward line. The game was close at times with East Perth getting a few goals to make things interesting. Our boys fought hard right to the end to finish off winners.

EPFC – 6.5.41

EFFC – 9.11.65

Goals – Harry Bilcough, Oliver Forrest, Cam Mulvey, Max Wallace, Travis Moore and Cameron Fox.

Best – Cooper Searle, Kobe Mcmillan, Max Wallace and Cameron Fox.


The 9Bs were exceptional against East Perth, their 1st to the ball efforts and use of the football was detriment to getting the ball forward. Fynn Garnier was excellent along with Kyron Eals throughout the game and their ball work and run and carry was great to see. The boys out played East Perth and showed it on the score board.

EFFC – 17.13. 115

EPFC 4.3.27

Goals; Declan Whisson, Fynn Gardiner, Charles Casale, Tom Sears, Jackson Merillo, Indy Imbuldenya, Adam Quill and Kobe Derosario.


The 8As had a great game again East Perth and were quite accurate on the score board. MidWest product Jed Hagan was outstanding down forward as well as ruckman and full forward Finn O’Reilly. Seth Connor was brilliant in the midfield and his ball use forward was tremendous kicking two goals for East Fremantle. The boys ran out winners in a solid game for the Sharks.

EFCC – 15.8.98

EPFC – 6.10.46

Goals – Jed Hagan, Finn O’Reilly, Seth Connor, Riley Walsh, Jack Williams, Ryan Henley, Judd McVee, Kane Fallows and Mitchell Crook.

Best – Seth Connor, Jed Hagan and Finn O’Reilly


The 9As were almost untouchable in their dominant display over East Perth. Right from the first bounce the boys were red hot in their attack on the football. The Sharks kept East Perth goalless for the entire game which is unbelievable. The midfield brigade were exceptional and our forwards too clever. Tom Grier and Edward Curley were outstanding in the midfield and Campbell Tirrant was potent up forward.

EFFC-  26.15.171

EPFC – 0.1.1

Best Tom Greir, Edward Curley and Campbell Tirrant.



The 10s had a very hard-fought game against East Perth. They showed great intent and team work throughout the game but couldn’t achieve their first win of the carnival going down by 4 points. Riley Sutherland showed great effort and courage through the midfield and Ethan Palohski showed great strength when in possession of the ball at half forward.

EFFC  - 7.4. 46

EPFC -  7.8 50

Best  - Sutherland, Gorringe and Hitchcock.


All in all there were some great displays of football and most of all team work. Each side can take positives out of their games and use them for the next fixture.



                                                                                                              Round 3 vs South West

The AOS Development squads had their 3rd fixtures of the carnival on Monday with the 8Bs kicking off the day against South West. The 8s had a solid first game being very dominant against the South West. The players started well from the first bounce and continued their way throughout the game.

EFFC 14.16.100

South West 0.5.5

Best; Ethan Stone, Cooper Searle and Jonty Petchell

Goals; Cam Mulvey 3, Zac Willis 3, Harry Bilcough 2, Ethan Stone 2, Kale Paton 1, Cam Fox 1, Kyron Nieves 1 and Jonty Petchell 1.


The 9Bs also had a dominant game against the South West. Our skills and team work were very impressive and our defence and midfield were outstanding.

EFFC 12.11.83

South West 5.4.34

Best; Kyron Eals, Finn Gardener and Jacob Dean

Goals; Kyron Eals, Indy Imbuldenya, Damian Savy, Jack Statham, Max Boniwell and Tom Sears.


The 8As was a fantastic game and a very close one with the game going down to the wire. Both sides were hard at the ball and some great displays of skills and team work shown by both. Jed Hagan was outstanding in the forwards and our midfield contingent worked really well. The game came down to the wire and a discussion with the score took place to have the game finish as a draw. A great game by both sides and well fought out.

EFFC 10.11.71

South West 11.5.71

Best; Seth Connor, Jed Hagan, Corey Warner and Joel Baverstock.

Goals; Jed Hagan 4, Jai Evans 2, Seth Connor 2, Regan Woodhouse 1 and Jackson Finnie 1.



The 9As were again outstanding in their game but not accurate in front of the big sticks. Our Midwest boys were very good all over the ground. Right from the start the sharks were using the ball well and there team work to get the ball forward was fantastic. A big win for the Sharks and another dominant display.

EFFC 11.15.81

South West 2.5.17

Best- Campbell Tirrant, Joshua Browne and Rory Williams.

Goals; Campbell Tirrant, Rory Williams, Joshua Browne, Graham Sandy, Christopher Walker, Josh Stedman and Jack Carroll.


Our year 10s showed more promise in there 3rd outing, with a number of players out due to rotations and injury. South West played good football and team work which enabled them to use the football well. At times we were second to the football which made us have to play more defensibly. Turnovers and our skills hurt us on the scoreboard which resulted in South West being a bit too strong. We can take some positives out of the game with some boys really taking it up to themselves to play different positions to help their team.

EFFC 3.4.22

South West 12.16.88

Best Riley Newton, Tyrone Papertalk and Kobi McNally.

Goals – Riley Duffy, Ethan Paholski and Jai Warren.


The Sharks Next Fixture is on Thursday 5th October at East Fremantle Oval, kicking off at 8am.



                                                                     East Fremantle vs Swan Districts

The AOS East Fremantle Development squads had their final fixture on Thursday 5th October against Swan Districts. The carnival on a whole has been a success with over 160 kids donning the Blue and White for their year group. There has been some very exciting football and some outstanding performances by our boys throughout the carnival.


The 8Bs once again kicked off the morning for the Sharks in what was a great game by both sides. The competitiveness for the ball on both sides was outstanding which was great to see as it made the game very close for the first half. Our boys really hit the straps in the last quarter to come out winners. Ryan Henley was excellent up forward kicking two goals and also played through the midfield. Cameron Fox used the ball very well and also scored a goal for the game. Ethan Nielson and Ethan Stone were very good and used their athletic ability to great use.

EFFC – 8.8.56

SDFC – 4.10.34

Best: Ryan Henley, Cameron Fox and Ethan Nielson

Goals: Ryan Henley, Jacob Katic, Kyhan Nieves, Ethan Stone, Cameron Mulvey and Cameron Fox.


The 9Bs had a dominant game against the Swans with some really strong bodies making a difference in the middle and up forward. Fynn Garnder was outstanding and really used his body well in contests. Damian Savy was excellent in the midfield, his tackling was texted book and really put pressure on the Swans. Jackson Merillo was very good through the middle and used the ball well to advantage. The Sharks were dominant throughout the game and finish off victors.

EFFC – 93

SDFC – 42

Best: Fynn Gardner, Damian Savy and Jackson Merillo.

Goals: Indy Imbuldeniya, Jackson Young, Andrew Gerovich, Jacob Marrot-Castellat, William Fransden, Zachery Goodacre and Kobe DeRosario.



The 8As had a good three quarters but couldn’t get over the line in the last. There were some outstanding performances by our boys from the Midwest with players Jed Hagan and Michael Wall. Forward Finn O’Rielly was again instrumental and finished with four goals which was a great effort by him. Jed Hagan at times was swung through the midfield which showed he can almost play anywhere. The Swans finished strongly in the last quarter, but overall the game was exciting.

EFFC – 8.8.56

SDFC – 11.6.75

Best: Jed Hagan, Corey Warner, Seth Connor and Finn O’Reilly.

Goals: Finn O’Reilly, Jonty Petchell, Corey Warner, Sam Moreno and Jed Hagan.


The 9As continue to be a very dominant team that work extremely well together and produce some very exciting football to observe. The Sharks had a number of MidWest players in the side and its fantastic to see how well they gel with the team. MidWest boys Jack Carroll, Richard Bartlett and Owen Dann were brilliant for the 9s with Owen Kicking a game high 4 goals. Sam Emery along with Chris Walker used the ball well through the midfield which contributed to our dominance through the middle. The boys were tremendous throughout and finished off the game well.

EFFC – 13.7.85

SDFC – 2.5.17

Best: Jack Carroll, Richard Bartlett and Owen Dann

Goals: Marcus Best, Graham Sandy, Richard Bartlett, Josh Stedman, Owen Dann, Sam Emery, Tom Grier, Xavier Wright and Charles Casale.


The 10s had a hard day at the office with a dominant Swans outfit that proved too strong for our boys. We had glimpses of our best football with some really good passages of play, but couldn’t continue to do so. The boys can take some positives from the game and focus on the areas that need attention. Harry Quartermaine was very good down back in what could be his strongest position as he used his body very well against his opponent. Daniel Rogers used the ball well with his run and carry as did Oscar Hitchcock who was also very good.

EFFC – 2.1.13

SDFC – 10.14.74

Best: Harry Quartermaine, Daniel Rogers, Oscar Hitchcock

Goals: Ty Glover and Bailey Hodge.



As this fixture rounds out the Development squad carnival, it has been a success for the East Fremantle squads. All of the boys have now gained the experience of being a part of the development squads and now they can take that experience away with them. The training programs that have been inputted into the development squads have shown throughout the carnival which is credit to all the coaches involved. To all the Sponsors, Staff, Players, Parents and Volunteers, we thank you for the work you have put in to make the Academy what it is today - a success of developing the young talent in East Fremantle’s District.

EFFC Seeking Assistant Coach at Senior Level

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - 10:53 AM

Assistant Coach (Senior Football) – East Fremantle Football Club

The East Fremantle Football Club (The Sharks) is the West Australian Football League’s most successful club, winning 29 premierships in its 118 year history.  Nationally heralded for its Talent Academy Pathway and its strong values and culture, the club is seeking highly motivated and aspirational individuals to assist the senior coach for the start of the 2017 pre-season.

Job Summary

The role presents unique opportunities for highly enthusiastic and dedicated individuals to work and develop under recently appointed senior coach Rob Wiley within the club’s football program. 

The role works closely with the Club’s football department, Sports Science team, academy staff and other support staff and volunteers who share a strong passion for the Sharks.

Key Criteria

The successful applicant must demonstrate:

  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • A strong sense of values and culture
  • An understanding and philosophy on the development of; the footballer and self
  • The ability to engage with broad range key stakeholders, including, but not limited to support staff, volunteers, members, sponsors and supporters.

Starting date, remuneration and benefits will be negotiated with the successful applicant and will be dependent upon experience and qualifications.

The application must be brief, clearly outlining the following:

  • Coaching experience
  • 1 paragraph on each of the 4 key criteria listed above
  • Why you wish to pursue such an opportunity with the EFFC.

To apply email your covering letter and CV to Darryn Fry, Football Operations Manager, at

For further enquiries with regards to the application and requirements please email to the address listed or contact Darryn on 0142383654.

Applications close at 5pm (WST) September 29, 2017