WAFL Colts Weekly Wrap: Round 6 – Swans get on the board

IN Round 6 of the Simply Energy WAFL Colts competition, there were a host of great individual and team performances alike.

This round saw Swan Districts (10.12.72) overcome Peel Thunder (8.8.56), Subiaco (14.8.92) triumph over East Perth (10.7.67), Claremont (11.10.76) beat Perth (4.12.36), and East Fremantle (12.6.78) conquer West Perth (8.7.55). South Fremantle was the club that had the bye this weekend.

Read below to catch up on all the results of Round 6, and to see the best players.

SWAN DISTRICTS (10.12.72) def. PEEL THUNDER (8.8.56)

Swan Districts pulled off its first victory of the 2020 Simply Energy WAFL Colts competition, after overcoming Peel Thunder by 16 points at Steel Blue Oval.

Draft hopefuls Zane Trew (28 possessions, 4 tackles, 3 inside 50s, 1 goal) and Ty Sears (23 possessions, 8 marks, 7 inside 50s) led the charge for the Swans.

Ayden Cartwright (20 possessions, 1 goal), Kade Screaigh (19 possessions, 1 goal), Jamieson Ugle (17 possessions, 6 tackles), Dylan Brockbernd (16 possessions, 4 marks, 3 inside 50s), Jack Allen (12 possessions, 6 inside 50s), Ashley Brockbernd (12 possessions, 3 tackles), and Joshua Middleton (12 possessions, 4 goals) were also all pivotal for Swan Districts.

For the Thunder, Isiah Winder continued to increase his draft stocks with another sublime performance that saw him finish with 28 possessions, 5 inside 50s, 3 score involvements, 3 marks and 3 tackles.

David Yaccob (29 possessions, 6 rebounding 50s, 3 marks, 3 inside 50s), Jack Walsh (22 possessions, 6 tackles, 6 inside 50s, 5 score involvements, 3 rebounding 50s, 1 goal), Bodie Kitchingham (20 possessions, 7 marks, 3 inside 50s), and Roy George (16 possessions, 1 goal) competed strongly for Peel.

SUBIACO (14.8.92) def. EAST PERTH (10.7.67)

Subiaco now sits in outright third position on the Simply Energy WAFL Colts ladder, after triumphing over East Perth by 25 points at Leederville Oval.

Vice-captain Lachlan Vanirsen inspired the Lions with 26 possessions, 8 marks, 4 inside 50s and 3 tackles. Jaxon Bilchuris (14 possessions, 5 marks, 3 goals), Sandon Page (13 possessions, 3 goals), Cameron Dean (14 possessions, 2 goals) and Jed Kemp (17 possessions, 5 marks, 1 goal) were also excellent for Subiaco.

Joshua Hubbard maintained his exceptional form with another strong outing for East Perth, finishing with 27 possessions, 11 marks, 4 tackles, 4 inside 50s and 2 goals. Meanwhile, Jake Littleton (23 possessions, 6 marks, 4 inside 50s), Kaden Harbour (13 possessions, 4 marks, 3 goals), Luke Lombardi (19 possessions, 6 tackles, 1 goal) and Jason Kissack (18 possessions, 6 marks) were named in East Perth’s best.

CLAREMONT (11.10.76) def. PERTH DEMONS (4.12.36)

Claremont is the only undefeated team in the 2020 Simply Energy WAFL competition, after the Tigers accounted for Perth by 40 points at Revo Fitness Stadium.

Fremantle Dockers’ Next-Generation Academy member Joel Western starred for Claremont, upon his return from a hamstring injury. He finished with 24 possessions, 8 marks, 5 inside 50s and 3 goals.

Kalin Lane (16 possessions, 22 hit-outs), Jacob Van Rooyen (15 possessions, 2 goals), Logan Young (27 possessions, 12 tackles), Zac Mainwaring (24 possessions, 1 goal), Jake Willson (21 possessions), and Samuel Alvarez (21 possessions, 1 goal) were prolific for the Tigers.

Perth’s Captain Zak Meloncelli tried his best to inspire the Demons with 23 possessions, 7 marks, 7 tackles and 4 inside 50s. Conor McPartland (31 possessions, 14 tackles), Deklyn Grocott (21 possessions, 7 tackles), Zac Sanderson (19 possessions, 6 tackles) and Brett Hassett (19 possessions) tried hard for the Demons.

WEST PERTH (8.7.55) def. by EAST FREMANTLE (12.6.78)

East Fremantle secured its second victory of the 2020 Simply Energy WAFL Colts competition, after the Sharks conquered the previously undefeated West Perth by 23 points at Provident Financial Oval.

Chapman Valley product Jack Carroll starred for the winners with 26 possessions, 3 marks, 3 inside 50s and a goal.

Brandon Walker (23 possessions, 9 marks), Jed Hagan (20 possessions, 7 marks, 4 tackles, 1 goal), Edward Curley (19 possessions, 6 tackles), Finn Gorringe (17 possessions, 6 marks), Keanu Haddow (14 possessions, 6 marks), Ethan Paholski (14 possessions, 1 goal) and Chris Walker (11 possessions, 6 marks, 1 goal) were prominent for East Fremantle.

West Perth duo Heath Chapman (25 possessions, 9 marks) and Michael Mallard (15 possessions, 30 hit-outs) enhanced their draft stocks with impressive performances. Brady Alvaro (20 possessions, 7 tackles), Rohan Scurria (18 possessions, 3 marks) and Lochlan Paton (18 possessions, 1 goal) were outstanding for the Falcons.

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