WAFL Colts Weekly Wrap: Round 3 – East Fremantle gets on the board

IN Round 3 of the 2020 Simply Energy WAFL Colts competition, there were a host of great individual and team performances alike.

This round saw East Fremantle (8.10.58) defeat East Perth (7.5.47), Claremont (16.12.108) beat South Fremantle (2.5.17), West Perth (19.10.124) win against Peel (7.4.46), and Subiaco (17.8.110) secure victory over Swan Districts (6.9.45).

Perth was the club that had the bye this weekend.

Read below to see the results of round three and to see the best players.

EAST PERTH 7.5 (47) def. EAST FREMANTLE 8.10 (58)

East Fremantle recorded its first victory of the 2020 Simply Energy WAFL Colts competition, after defeating East Perth by 11 points at Leederville Oval.

East Fremantle’s captain Keanu Haddow inspired the Sharks to victory with 28 possessions and nine marks. Jack Carroll (22 possessions, four inside 50s, four tackles), Edward Curley (22 possessions, one goal), Jed Hagan (18 possessions, eight marks, eight tackles, four inside 50s), Finn Gorringe (15 possessions, seven tackles, one goal), Bailey Hodge (15 possessions, one goal), Judd McVee (11 possessions, three inside 50s), and Brandon Walker (22 possessions, one goal) were all outstanding for the Sharks.

Dunsborough product Jack Hindle was named East Perth’s best after he finished with 19 possessions, three marks, three tackles and a goal. He was well supported by Joshua Hubbard (27 possessions, seven tackles, five inside 50s), Luke Lombardi (24 possessions, three tackles), Jy Thompson (20 possessions), Riley May (11 possessions, six marks) and Zac Dronow (20 possessions, six marks).

Chris Walker (East Fremantle) and Kade Dittmar (East Perth) were among the notable absentees.

SOUTH FREMANTLE 2.5 (17) def. by CLAREMONT 16.12 (108)

Claremont continued its unbeaten start to the season with another convincing victory, this time a 91-point drubbing of South Fremantle at Fremantle Community Bank Oval.

Cameron Anderson, a member of the 2019 WA U18s State Academy, was Claremont’s best player with 21 possessions, 12 tackles, eight inside 50s and a goal. Logan Young (17 possessions, seven tackles), Jake Willson (17 possessions, seven inside 50s, five tackles), Sam Alvarez (18 possessions, five marks, five tackles, one goal), Logan Guelfi (17 possessions, nine tackles, two goals), Jacob Van Rooyen (15 possessions, five marks, three goals) and Kalin Lane (15 possessions, 20 hit-outs) were all brilliant for the reigning premiers.

For the Bulldogs, Jaxon Bellchambers competed strongly all day to finish with 26 possessions, nine marks, eight tackles, four inside 50s and one goal. Shannon Neale (nine possessions, 20 hit-outs), Solomon James (17 possessions, 14 hit-outs, four inside 50s, three marks), Adam Correia (22 possessions, six marks, four inside 50s), Riley Colborne (10 possessions, five marks), and Toby Dodds (19 possessions, seven marks) competed solidly for the Bulldogs.

Claremont’s Joel Western did not play in the game due to a hamstring injury sustained last week.

PEEL THUNDER 7.4 (46) def. by WEST PERTH 19.10 (124)

West Perth remains undefeated in 2020 after a strong 78-point victory over Peel Thunder at David Grays Arena.

Heath Chapman (27 possessions, 11 marks) and Michael Mallard (15 possessions, 32 hit-outs) led the way for the Falcons. Corey Rundle (14 possessions, six marks, seven goals), Darcy Dixon (11 possessions, four goals), Logan Foley (18 possessions, eight hit-outs, seven marks, two goals), Callum Johnson (32 possessions, five tackles, four marks, three inside 50s, one goal), and Rohan Scurria (27 possessions, seven marks) were key contributors to the Falcons’ victory.

Bodie Kitchingham (25 possessions, five marks, five tackles, one goal), Jack Walsh (25 possessions, seven tackles), Tyler Nesbitt (16 possessions), Luke Polson (16 possessions, five marks) and David Yaccob (16 possessions, six marks) contributed valiantly all day for the Thunder.

Isiah Winder (Peel Thunder) and Kellen Johnson (West Perth) did not play, with the former called up for his League debut.

SWAN DISTRICTS 6.9 (45) def. by SUBIACO 17.8 (110)

Subiaco secured its first victory of the 2020 Simply Energy WAFL Colts competition with a resounding 65-point victory over Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval.

Subiaco’s Vice Captain Lachlan Vanirsen was at the forefront for the Lions, leading the way with 24 possessions, six marks and six tackles.

Jed Kemp (19 possessions, eight tackles, four marks, four inside 50s), Matthew Johnson (15 possessions, one goal), Ezekiel Bolton (15 possessions, one goal), and Blake Morris (11 possessions, three marks) were all pivotal for the Lions’ victory. Up forward, Sandon Page (10 possessions, five goals) and Jaxon Bilchuris (12 possessions, seven marks, four goals) proved to be a handful for the Swans’ defenders.

Ayden Cartwright was Swan Districts’ best player with 24 possessions, eight marks, and a goal. Ashley Brockbernd (19 possessions, eight tackles), Kade Screaigh (18 possessions, six tackles), Jamieson Ugle (16 possessions, five tackles, one goal), Ty Sears (15 possessions, six marks, six inside 50s), Dylan Brockbernd (15 possessions, five inside 50s) and William Collins (14 possessions, three tackles) tried hard all day.

Picture: Daniel Wilkins/The Sunday Times

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