WAFL finals begins
By Jevan Collins
It’s been a massive season of WAFL footy in season 2021 but Saturday afternoon is the start of the crowning of the new premiers as the finals kick-off
It all starts on Saturday afternoon as South Fremantle take on Claremont in the qualifying final and rematch of last years grand final at Fremantle Oval in what will be a fiery clash as Claremont has a point to prove after last year and the fact that Matthew parker has been given permission to play finals for South Freo from Richmond after he was drafted in the mid-season draft.
On Sunday West Perth plays Swan Districts in the Elimination Final at Arena Joondalup, Swans are making their first finals appearance since 2017 and West Perth continues their finals streak as they won last year’s elimination final against Perth.
Subiaco get a week off for finishing first on the ladder and bounce back after missing the finals last year for the first time since 2013, and Subiaco will play the winner of either south Fremantle or Clermont for a spot in the Grand final and it’s do or die for West Perth or swans to see who will move on to play the loser of souths Clermont clash.
If you want to check out how the WAFL is going head down to either Fremantle Oval on Saturday or Arena Joondalup on Sunday and watch the finals take, please and if that’s not your fancy heading down to the footy on either Saturday or Sunday channel 7 will be broadcasting the elimination final on Sunday.