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Player Column – Cory Dell'Olio Round 3

Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 4:44 PM - by Cory Dell\'Olio

I HAVE to admit a big reason I was determined to return with South Fremantle this year was to play on with Adam Guglielmana. He is one of my best mates and I was looking forward, but unfortunately he has decided to retire and he definitely deserves some recognition.

I really wanted to come back to finish off my career with SFFC as I have some good friends at the club and the place means a lot to me. I was super excited to play with one of my best mates this year in Googs but he unfortunately retired just before pre-season so now I have to hang out with Brock Higgins and that’s not ideal. 

On the topic, not much has been said about Adam’s retirement and I think that’s the way he would like it but he deserves a lot of credit for a great career he had, he put everything into his time here at SFFC both on and off the field and is a great role model for a lot of young guys coming up through the ranks. On another positive for Adam he has really taken a liking to the retirement life and his bench press has gone down from a max of 35kg to a stunning 20kg but his happy and that’s the main thing. 

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Swans make inefficient Bulldogs pay

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 1:53 PM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle kicked the first goal of the game but from there inaccuracy and missed opportunities set in with Swan Districts ending up 21-point winners at Steel Blue Oval.

The Bulldogs started the season in impressive fashion beating Subiaco at Fremantle Community Bank Oval by 39 points.

South Fremantle then started encouragingly against Swans at Bassendean with the first goal through Blaine Johnson. But they then kicked seven first quarter behinds from there and never really recovered.

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Talent identification officer position available

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 10:38 AM

SOUTH Fremantle currently has the position of Talent Identification Officer available within the club to assist with the identification, assessment and reporting of talented footballers aged 13-19. 

Talent Identification Officer:
This is a crucial role within the club with the key purpose, to assist with the identification, assessment and reporting of talented footballers aged 13-19 within the South Fremantle recruiting zone in accordance with the South Fremantle. 

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Round 2 Preview v Swan Districts

Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 1:31 AM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle has won its last four matches over Swan Districts and will look to continue that run going on Saturday at Steel Blue Oval.

Swan Districts and South Fremantle both made winning starts to their 2017 WAFL seasons last Saturday and will be looking to continue that momentum on Saturday at Steel Blue Oval.

Swans had a disastrous season in 2016 but is already halfway to reaching that win tally following last week's 12-point win over Perth at Steel Blue Oval.

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Player Column – Adam McIntosh Round 2

Friday, March 24, 2017 - 5:58 PM - by Adam McIntosh

IT was an awesome feeling to get back out there again on Saturday. Watching on for six months after I broke my leg and then when the team is playing so well you just want to be part of it and it's pretty tough sitting there watching. It was definitely a tough six months and the rehab is the hardest thing I've had to go through.

I did my knee back in 2011 and this was a lot tougher for a number of reasons with the rehab. I'm a bit older now so don’t bounce back as quickly and I also I knew the boys were preparing to play finals and I just wanted to be out there, but knew I couldn’t be.

To be honest I think our last pre-season game was when I got a bit more emotional to be back out there, so I was just relieved to be out there last Saturday in Round 1. I was a bit anxious to see how I would go again but it was handy in that pre-season game against Claremont that the ball seemed to keep coming to me so that helped with my confidence.

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Match Day Info – Round 2

Friday, March 24, 2017 - 11:09 AM

SOUTH Fremantle heads to Steel Blue Oval in Bassendean to take on a rejuvenated Swan Districts on Saturday in a match being used to promote the 'Stop the Coward Punch' message.

Both South Fremantle and Swan Districts were victorious in Round 1 of the 2017 McDonald's WAFL Premiership Season leading to what looms as a terrific contest on Saturday.

MATCH DAY INFO
SOUTH FREMANTLE v SWAN DISTRICTS
Saturday March 25, 2.15pm
Steel Blue Oval 

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Colts Coach Post Match – Mark Foster Round 1

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 11:31 PM

WHAT South Fremantle coach Mark Foster had to say following the Round 1 REDiMED Colts victory over Subiaco at Fremantle Community Bank Oval.

Foster discussed the season-opening win over Subiaco and what impressed him in Round 1 including the performances of Ben Sherry and Nic Giarrizzo, and his overall team in what was a tight finish.

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Coach Post Match – Todd Curley Round 1

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 11:09 PM - by Chris Pike

WHAT South Fremantle coach Todd Curley had to say following the Round 1 WAFL victory over Subiaco at Fremantle Community Bank Oval.

Curley discussed the opening round win over the Lions, his first over Subiaco in his stint with South Fremantle, including his thoughts on ruckman Jake Solomon, which midfielders stepped up in the absence of Shane Hockey and much more about what impressed him in the season-opener.

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Bulldogs make a statement with Round 1 win over Lions

Monday, March 20, 2017 - 4:08 PM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle couldn’t have made a more impressive start to the 2017 WAFL season kicking four goals in the opening 11 minutes to set up the eventual 39-point victory over Subiaco.

The Bulldogs entered Fremantle Community Bank Oval for Round 1 of the 2017 season looking to take it up to a Subiaco team who has played in the previous three grand finals and won its last six matches against South Fremantle.

South Fremantle made quite the statement early with those first four goals before Subiaco scored. The Bulldogs went on to lead by 44 points at half-time and ended up winning 17.14 (116) to 11.11 (77).

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Playing with Bulldogs a dream come true for Solomon

Saturday, March 18, 2017 - 2:41 PM - by Chris Pike

DESPITE spending the past seven years with East Fremantle, Jake Solomon always dreamed of playing with South Fremantle, his family wanted him to and he will get that chance on Saturday in the season-opener against Subiaco.

The 22-year-old ruckman crossed from East Fremantle over summer in a swap for young forward Jesse Mirco in a move that both clubs were happy with, and that indeed Solomon and his family were delighted with.

Solomon's family has always supported the Bulldogs, even when he was playing at the Sharks, and he still recalls wearing a South Fremantle jumper down to train with Bull Creek-Leeming in his younger days.

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