WAFL Grand Final Season 2018

WAFL Grand Final Season 2018

Subiaco Goes Undefeated Throughout Season And Claims Premiership

Victor P Taffa

For only the third time of any club in WAFL history Subiaco has gone throughout the season undefeated and won the Grand Final by 81 Points.

 

Subiaco having been runner-up at the 2016 and 2017 Grand Finals finally claimed victory in 2018.

Subiaco is also the first club to win First Grade, Reserves and Colts Grand Finals in the same season.

Played at the new Optus Stadium for the first time the attendance was 25,064 people and the largest attendance at a WAFL Grand Final since 2002.

Simpson Medal for Best on Ground was won by runner-up in the 2018 Sandover Medal Kyal Horsley.

 

Sunday 23 September 2018

WAFL Grand Final 2018

Subiaco v West Perth at Optus Stadium, 2.40 pm AWST

 

Quarter By Quarter Scores

Subiaco

Q1.      4.4 (28)

Q2.      9.8 (62)

Q3.      15.11 (101)

Q4.      19.13 (127)

West Perth

Q1.      0.1 (1)

Q2.      2.3 (15)

Q3.      4.3 (27)

Q4.      7.4 (46)

Goals

Subiaco

K Halligan 5, B Sokol 5, R Waters 3 K Horsley2, B Newton, C Phelan, C Wheeler, Z Clarke

West Perth

A Black 2, C Chalmers 2, A Strijk, M Peirce, J Mills

Official Crowd: 25,064 at Optus Stadium

 

Goals worth 6 Points

Behinds worth 1 Point

 

WAFL Season 2018 Final Standings

Pos.     Team                       Played             Wins   Losses             Draws             Points

1          Subiaco                         18                    18        0                      0                      72

2          South Fremantle        18                    13        5                      0                      52

3          West Perth                 18                    11        7                      0                      44

4          Claremont                  18                    9          9                      0                      36

5          East Perth                  18                    8          10                    0                      32

6          Perth                               18                    7          11                    0                      28

7          Peel Thunder               18                    7          11                    0                      28

8          Swan Districts             18                    6          12                    0                      24

9          East Fremantle            18                    2          16                    0                      8

Wins worth 4 Points

Draws worth 2 Point

 

Current Clubs                Club Nicknames

Claremont                               Tigers

East Fremantle                        Sharks

East Perth                                Royals

Peel Thunder                           Thunder

Perth                                        Demons

South Fremantle                  Bulldogs

Subiaco                                   Lions

Swan Districts                         Swans

West Perth                              Falcons

 

Abbreviations:

WAFL             Western Australian Football League

AWST             Australian Western Standard Time