Seagulls in state league action

 

Finals are near for the SANFL and WAFL, while it’s preliminary final week for the WAFLW and there’s plenty of Seagulls named to be in amongst the action. 

 

Katrina Tinson

 

Tinson’s East Fremantle Sharks clinched a spot in the preliminary final after holding on in a nail-biting semi-final win against the Swan Districts last weekend. 

 

WHERE: David Grays Arena

WHEN: Sunday, September 13

BROADCAST: Livestream available at WAFL website, Facebook and Youtube

 

Luke Meadows 

 

It’s the final round of the WAFL home-and-away season which means finals is on the line for ball-winner Luke Meadows and his West Perth Falcons. Sitting in third spot (5-2) and with a superior percentage to fourth-placed opponents Subiaco (4-3), a win locks away finals footy and could see them finish second. 

 

WHERE: Provident Financial Oval

WHEN: Saturday, September 12

BROADCAST: 91.3 SportFM 

 

Paul Hunter & Daly Andrews

 

Both Hunter and Andrews were solid in adopted club South Adelaide’s 60-point smashing against West Adelaide on Friday night. The win sees the Panthers hold onto third spot on the ladder with just two matches remaining.

 

STATS

 

Hunter: 18 disposals, 9 marks, 4 tackles, 28 hit outs, 1 goal

Andrews: 17 disposals, 2 marks, 3 clearances, 5 inside 50s, 1 goal

 

James Tsitas

 

In the SANFL’s game of the week, Tsitas’ Woodville-West Torrens can gain separation on top of the ladder with a win against fourth-placed Glenelg in their final home game of the year. 

 

WHERE: Maughan Thiem Kia Oval

WHEN: Saturday, September 12

BROADCAST: Live on 7Plus, livestream with SANFL Digital Pass 

 

 

 
 

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