David Swan Named 2019 WAFL Ball Legend

Friday, March 29, 2019 - 3:01 PM

East Perth is excited to announce that David Swan is our 2019 WAFL Ball Legend. Swan, an East Perth Life Member and Hall of Fame Inductee, played 129 games between 1995 to 2006. He was one of nine players who featured in the three premierships to open the 2000 millennium. He quickly developed a reputation for toughness as a half-back or back line player. He recovered from an off-season motor cycle accident, he played the 2000 premiership year Read More [+]

Pre-Season Game 2 Team Lists - League and Reserves

Friday, March 29, 2019 - 12:38 PM

Team Lists - League

Pre-Season Game 2 (30 March 2019)

Bouncedown: 2:15pm

 

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WAFL Pre-season Round 1 Results

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 - 1:42 PM - by Elliot Raiter

The Optus WAFL pre-season kicked off on Saturday with five games taking place ahead of Round one on April 6. 

The West Coast, West Perth, Claremont, Peel and Subiaco all recorded strong victories. 

See scores below:

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Royals PP & O New Members

Friday, March 8, 2019 - 2:42 PM

Letter to all members, former players, volunteers and supporters of the East Perth Football Club

As we are all aware by now the club has ended its alignment with the West Coast Eagles and is now back to being a standalone WAFL club. The Past Players and Officials Club (PP & O) is an integral part of the club. It is not just for those who were players Read More [+]

Former Royal Named Hawthorn Captain

Thursday, February 28, 2019 - 2:16 PM

Congratulations to new Hawthorn Captain Ben Stratton!

Ben arrived at the Royals for the 2008 pre-season from Augusta-Margaret River Hawks. Making his league debut on 14th June 2008 at Lathlain Park, the tough defender came 6th in the FD Book Medal the following year. He played 23 league games and kicked three goals for East Perth, before being drafted from East Perth by Hawthorn with pick 46 in the 2009 AFL Draft. Stratton made his Read More [+]

Barnard back to restore Royals culture

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - 9:56 AM - by Chris Pike

WHILE under no illusions about the job ahead to turn East Perth back into a competitive standalone WAFL outfit, as a favourite son of the Royals Jeremy Barnard is all about restoring the club's culture built around the never-say-die attitude.

East Perth will return to being a standalone club in the 2019 WAFL season as the alignment with the West Coast Eagles comes to an end.

That means that the Eagles will now have their own club in the WAFL from 2019 onwards while the Royals will return to their traditional roots of not having the West Coast aligned players in the league and reserves teams on the weekend.

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2019 Members Jumper - Be A Part Of History

Monday, February 25, 2019 - 9:44 AM

Thank you to all our members who supported our Club in our return to a "Traditional" Club by renewing their membership and paying to get their names on our Members Guernsey. All registrations to get your name on the jumper or to make changes have officially closed.

For members who have already ordered a replica guernsey, we expect them to arrive late March, as soon as we have them we will notify you.

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JLT Community Series - Around The Grounds

Friday, February 22, 2019 - 8:20 AM

Footy Fever starts at Leederville Oval with the JLT Community Series. Next Friday 1st March ,West Coast Eagles will be taking on the Geelong Cats.

 

Gates Open 2:30pm

East Perth Members Bar Opens 2:30pm

Bounce down is at 4:10pm.  

Food available at East Perth Members Bar and around the grounds.

 

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East Perth AGM 2019

Monday, February 11, 2019 - 12:42 PM

East Perth's Annual General Meeting was held on Sunday the 10th of February in the East Perth Members Bar at Leederville Oval. The meeting was attended by over 100 members

President Bronte Howson was an apology for the meeting, having been called on an urgent work trip. In his absence Director Geoff Bailey delivered the President’s Report outlining that 2018 was a year of big decisions for the future of the East Perth Football Club. Read More [+]

Optus says Yes to new era of WAFL

Friday, February 8, 2019 - 3:56 PM

A new West Australian Football League Women’s (WAFLW) competition will kick off in 2019, with five teams to compete in the inaugural Optus WAFLW Premiership Season. East Fremantle, Claremont, Peel Thunder, Subiaco and Swan Districts will each field a WAFLW team in 2019, with South Fremantle receiving a provisional license for 2020. 

West Australian Football Commission CEO Gavin Taylor said the WAFLW competition was an exciting step forward for football in WA that would complete the talent development pathway from Auskick to AFLW.

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