The club was founded in 1976, playing in the Western Australian Amateur Football League's Sunday division for its first 3 seasons before joining the South Suburban Murray Football League in 1979. The club was then a foundation member of the Sunday Football League of WA in 1984, before leaving the league at the end of the 1997 season. In its history in semi-professional competitions, the club.
The original list has Fremantle winning six of the first seven premierships. However, documentation was found that the Unions club had won three premierships in succession. (1) The discrepancy was not officially acknowledged and fixed until the League's centenary in 1985.
Fremantle AFL Football Club. Fremantle Football Club also called 'The Dockers' is a fairly new entrant to the Australian Football League. Due to its' long association with Australian Rules football, the club is based in the port city of Fremantle in Western Australia. The first football match was played in Fremantle in the 1880's and teams based in Fremantle won 24 of the 34 WAFL premierships.
The WAFL (West Australian Football League) is the premier League and governing body for Australian Football in Western Australia. Originally formed as the West Australian Football Association (WAFA) in 1885, the WAFL has undergone a variety of name changes since then, re-adopting its current name in 2001. The league currently consists of nine teams, which play each other in a 24-round season.
The East Fremantle Football Club was formed in 1898 and has won 29 league premierships in the West Australian Football League, making the club the second most successful in Australia, after Port Adelaide in the SANFL. East Fremantle has a fierce rivalry with its Port cousin, South Fremantle, and the Foundation Day Derby between the two sides is a much anticipated highlight of the local.
The port city of Fremantle has long been a stronghold of Australian rules football in Western Australia, hosting the state's first game in 1881.The East Fremantle and South Fremantle Football Clubs dominated the early years of the West Australian Football League (WAFL), winning 24 of the first 34 premierships.
The 1980 WAFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the South Fremantle Football Club and the Swan Districts Football Club, on 27 September 1980 at Subiaco Oval, to determine the premier team of the West Australian Football League (WAFL) for the 1980 season.South Fremantle won the game by 58 points, 23.18 (156) to 15.8 (98), with Maurice Rioli of South Fremantle.
Cliff Hillier. Cliff Hillier is a former Australian rules footballer who played 160 games with South Fremantle in the West Australian National Football League (WANFL). He was a member of South Fremantle's run of three successive premierships from 1952 to 1954 .He won a best and fairest at South Fremantle in 1959, his second last season.
During the ten year period from 1945 to 1954, South won six premierships and were runners up twice, finishing third and fourth on the other two occasions. A 14.9 (93) to 10.14 (74) end of season win by South Fremantle over Carlton in a game played at Subiaco.
South Fremantle was the first WAFL club to have won 10 grand finals since World-War II. Four of their 13 premierships were won against the club's traditional rivals, East Fremantle. In 2009 South Fremantle's League and Reserves sides won their respective Grand Finals. This was the first time the club had taken the Premiership double since 1954.
Between 1945 and 1956 they would win 6 premierships, be runners-up three times and make the finals in every season. South Fremantle was the first WAFL club to have won 10 grand finals since World-War II. Four of their 13 premierships were won against the club’s traditional rivals, East Fremantle.
Three of those premierships will be celebrated all over again this year, as the club marks the 20th anniversary of its 1997 win over cross-town rivals East Fremantle, the 70th anniversary of its 1947 premiership over West Perth and the 100th anniversary of its 1917 win, again against the Sharks. MORE: Barnett may have breached Electoral Act.
South Fremantle was the first WAFL club to have won 10 grand finals since World War II. Four of their 13 premierships were won against the club's traditional rivals, East Fremantle. In 2009 South Fremantle's League and Reserves sides won their respective Grand Finals. This was the first time the club had taken the Premiership double since 1954.
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South Fremantle Best and Fairest Peter Bell was the first Docker signed but few Bulldogs have followed him. Scott Watters was the inaugural vice-captain and James Clement and Clem Michael established themselves as Docker regulars while Peter Bell moved on to play in two North Melbourne premierships.
South skipper gets his flag, 37 years on. John Townsend The West Australian. Friday, 14 July 2017 10:08AM. John Townsend. Noel Carter had not seen the 1980 premiership flag since the afternoon he captained South Fremantle to victory over Swan Districts in that season’s WAFL grand final. “The last time I saw it was the day we won the bastard,” he said. “A lot of sweat and a lot of.
The clash with South Fremantle, who finished in second spot on the WAFL ladder, ended in a massive 96-point win. This is the fourth premiership Subiaco have won in six years, and eighth premiership in the last 16 years. The Lions dominated from start to finish with 30 scoring shots and 58 inside 50's, as they ran out with a 18.12 (120) to 3.6 (24) victory, four points shy of the second 100.
Given that Fremantle have a 7-0 record including the first final while the other teams left have lost at least 1 game, it is therefore logical that the club is awarded the premiership as a reward for the season that they had. Sporting integrity says that Fremantle should be awarded the premiership and it is imperative that Gil McLachlan and the rest of the AFL Commission use integrity and.