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Seven Demons selected in State Academy

Friday, April 28, 2017 - 4:01 PM

The first intake of players for the 2017 DEPPRO WA State Academy has been completed.

This includes 29 players in the 16’s age group and 30 in the 18’s age group. 

Four young Demons have been selected in the first 16's intake and three in the 18's.

Tarkyn Brogan-Henry, Regan Clarke, Deven Robertson and Bailey Smith have all made the 16's State Academy after impressing in the recent 16's Development Carnival.

Ian Hill, Sydney Stack and Gordon Narrier are the young Perth products selected in the 18's Academy. 

A second intake of players will be undertaken following trial games in May.  

Academy players will participate in the State program over the next three months in preparation for the AFL National Championships.  

The State 18s schedule includes trial games against a WA Country Football League representative team and WAFL 21s side, while the State 16s will play trial games against a State 17s team, WA Country Football League Colts and WA Amateur Football League Colts.  

Teams will be selected from the 16s and 18s squads to represent WA at the AFL National Championships in June and July.

State Talent Manager Adam Jones welcomed all of the players to the Academy program and congratulated them on their selection.  

“We are looking forward to working with each of the players selected to help them develop their skills and achieve their full potential both on and off the field,” he said.  

“The State Academy program is a critical part of the WA talent pathway and all of the players selected have a great opportunity to showcase their talent and earn the chance to represent WA at the National Championships.”  

AFL NATIONAL 18s CHAMPIONSHIPS 
Saturday, June 10, 11am – WA v SA at Domain Stadium
Sunday, June 18, 11am – WA v Vic Metro at Domain Stadium
Sunday, June 25, 12.30pm – WA v Allies at Leederville Oval
Friday, June 30, TBC – WA v Vic Country at Etihad Stadium
Full Fixtures

AFL NATIONAL 16s CHAMPIONSHIPS
Sunday, June 25, 10am – WA v SA at Leederville Oval
Monday, July 10, 2.15pm – WA v VIC Country at Metricon Stadium
Friday, July 14, 10am – WA v VIC Metro at GABBA/Southport TBC 
Full Fixtures

Round 7 Teams v West Perth

Friday, April 28, 2017 - 9:00 AM

Round 7: West Perth v Perth
Saturday 29 April 2017 | HBF Arena, Joondalup

Follow all three games live from 9:00am Saturday HERE

Brant Colledge will make a welcome return to the Demons lineup for Saturday's vital clash with West Perth after proving his fitness at training during the week.

The 22-year-old has been sidelined since sustaining an injury to his achillies against Subiaco back in round two.

Colledge is joined by Taran Etto, Marshall Jones, Callum Walley and Jayden Johnstone as inclusions into Saturday's 25-man squad.

Spencer White (shin splints) and Brent Edmonds (wedding) go out of the side that last week went down to East Perth by 20 points at Leederville Oval.

Read full round 7 preview here

League 2:15pm
25-Man Squad

Aidan Tropiano
Anton Scotney
Brad McPhail
Brant Colledge
Brennan Stack
Callum Walley
Christian Eyres
Clayton Giblett
Clint Jones (c)
Cody Ninyette
Corey Byrne
Devin McFarlane
Gordon Narrier
Jayden Johnstone
John Levien
Kristian Morisey
Laine Wilkins
Liam McKenna
Marshall Jones
Michael Sinclair
Mitch Browne
Mitchell Henderson
Sam Garstone
Taran Etto
Zareth Roe

Development 11:30am
20-Man Squad

Andries Mercer
Blake Johnson
Brad Pattison
Brayden Sprigg Dos Santos
Callum Marshall
Callum Papertalk
Chris Leonard
Clint Chivers
Cody Kickett
Dan Horan
Garang Bulkoch
Garrick McGlaughlin
Guy Piggott
Joshua Burke
Julian Jacobs
Kasey Nicholas
Kurtis Chester
Nelson Ansey
Shaun Smith
Tim Sutherland
Abdulaye Bility (E)


Colts 9.00am
27-Man Squad

Aaron French
Aidan Conway
Blake Little
Blake Simpson
Brodey Eades
Caelen Bennell
Chilton Yarran (jnr)
Cooper Caimanos
Corey Taylor
Dakota Baldwin-Wright
Damien Bennell
Ethan Hansen
Jarrod Schofield
Jason Hemphill
Joseph Ugle
Lindsay Martin
Luke English
Maverick Hamilton
Nicholas Taylor
Regan Flaherty
Sydney Stack
Thomas Gooch
Tyson Barron
Wade Southcott
Zac Casey
Zac Edgelow
Zac Tanner

PREVIEW: Round 7 v West Perth

Thursday, April 27, 2017 - 11:31 AM

Perth remain on the road this week, venturing north to take on the fifth placed Falcons at HBF Arena in Joondalup.

The Demons are coming off a disappointing round six loss to East Perth and will be looking to bounce back on Saturday afternoon to stay in touch with the top five.

West Perth knocked off the previously undefeated Swan Districts by five points.

Saturday afternoon's clash will not be the first time the two sides have met this year.

The Falcons hosted Perth in a preseason hitout back in early March where the Demons won in convincing fashion 22.17 (149) to 11.5 (71).

Perth's chances of replicating that result are set to receive a massive boost, with big bodied midfielder Brant Colledge likely to return after missing the past month with a hamstring injury.

Other potential inclusions include Julian Jacobs, Taran Etto and Marshall Jones who have all been strong performers in the Development side.

On a dour note, in-form forward Spencer White is set to miss the next month with shin soreness.

See the latest Demons injury list

Four points on Saturday will see the Demons sit just one win out of the top five.

League bounce down is at 2.15pm, Development at 11:30am and Colts at 9am.

Teams will be announced on the club's website from 10am Friday.

Listen to Wednesday evening's episode of DeeRadio

 

 

 

Third term lapse again costs Demons

Monday, April 24, 2017 - 9:10 AM

 A six goal to one third quarter proved the difference on Saturday afternoon as the Demons went down to East Perth by 20 points at Leederville Oval.

The third term lapse was remeniscent of last time Perth played at Leederville Oval, in round two this year, where Subiaco piled on six goals to Perth's two in the third and went on to win by 23 points.

Perth came out of the blocks strongly, with Spencer White kicking the first two goals of the match.

Debutant Mitchell Henderson added a third, slotting his first goal at league level before late goals to East Perth handed them a four point lead at the first break.

East Perth put through the first two majors of the second term and threatened to take control, however Perth responded with four consecutive goals in an eight minute purple patch.

Two late goals to the Royals saw them take a nine point lead into the main break.

East Perth came out firing in the third quarter, piling on six goals to lead by 35 points at the last change.

The young Demons didn't roll over, with small forward Cody Ninyette kicking four of Perth's six final quarter goals.

However East Perth did enough in the third term to hand them their first victory of season 2017, winning 17.13 (115) to 14.11 (95).

Perth captain Clint Jones led from the front, collecting a whopping 53 disposals including five marks, four tackles and a goal. 

Jones fell just one possession short of equaling Haydn Bunton Jnr's WAFL record of 54 disposals.

 

20-year-old midfielder Corey Byrne had the best game of his short WAFL career, amassing 35 disposals and using the ball well going forward.

Perth's eigth debutant so far this season Mitchell Henderson did not look out of place, kicking two goals from his 18 possessions.

Aidan Tropiano was back to his 2015 Sandover Medal best, applying a game high 13 tackles along with 39 disposals.

Michael Sinclair performed strongly on return from an achillies injury, collecting 31 possessions across half back.  

Perth (1-4) remain seventh on the WAFL ladder and this week face the fifth placed West Perth in Joondalup.

Still only two games out of the top five, this week's clash is shaping as a vital one for the Demons.

Read the WAFL Match Report here.

EAST PERTH        3.6    7.11    13.13    17.13    (115)
PERTH                  3.2    7.2        8.8      14.11     (95)

Goals: Ninyette 4; White 3; Henderson 2; Jones, Roe, Stack, Narrier, Giblett 1
Best: Jones, Byrne, Ninyette, Tropiano


Earlier, the Development side recorded their fourth win for the season defeating East Perth in a nail-biter.

Perth were in control all afternoon and had a 19 point advantage at the final break, however a late surge from East Perth got them to within a goal.

Down two men in the final quarter, Perth held on to win by three points and move to equal top of the ladder.

The win was dampened by injuries to Josh Siegert (broken jaw) and Kristian Cary (knee).

Julian Jacobs put his hand up for league selection, amassing 27 disposals and proving a vocal presence around the ground.

Taran Etto was again one of Perth's better players, laying eight tackles along with 24 disposals.

Callum Papertalk added three goals to his season tally of 15 and moves to the top of the Development leading goalkicker leaderboard.

EAST PERTH        1.6     3.8          6.11      10.13     (73)
PERTH                  3.5    6.11        9.12      10.16     (76)

Goals: Papertalk 3; Walley 2; Jacobs, Cary, Jones, Ansey, Piggott 1
Best: Burke, Etto, Piggott, Jones


The Colts recored a 68 point loss to East Perth on Saturday morning.

Tom Gooch returned to Colts level after playing the first four games of season 2017 in the league side and was Perth's best player.

Gooch had 29 disposals and 5 tackles in what was a disappointing morning for the Demons.

Caelen Bennell continued his strong start to 2017, collecting 30 disposals and eight marks.

Trent Simpson provided an option up forward and finished with three goals to his name.

To make matters worse for Perth, Jack McCauley re-injured his knee and awaits scan results to find out the severity.

EAST PERTH        5.2     8.4       12.6    17.11    (113)
PERTH                  0.0    4.3        6.8      6.9         (45)

Goals: Simpson 3; Hansen, Hamilton, Taylor 1
Best:
 Gooch, Bennell, Simpson, Baldwin-Wright


Photos: Brendan Merdzan Photography
 

Round 6 Teams v East Perth

Friday, April 21, 2017 - 9:40 AM

Round 6: East Perth v Perth
Saturday 22 April 2017 | Medibank Stadium, Leederville

Follow all three games live from 9:00am Saturday HERE

Michael Sinclair and Brant Colledge headline five inclusions to the 25-man league squad for Saturday afternoon's vital matchup with East Perth at Medibank Stadium.

Mitchell Henderson, Tarran Etto and Marshall Jones also come in to the 25-man squad after impressing at Development level.

Young defender Tom Gooch and 2015 Greg Brehaut Medalist Kurtis Chester go out of the round four side that defeated East Fremantle.

Gooch will give the Colts a much needed boost in their bid to get on the board for season 2017.

Chester is one of five inclusions to the Development squad, with Julian Jacobs returning from injury along with Garang Bulkoch, Brayden Sprigg Dos Santos and Garrick McGlaughlin.

League 2.15pm
25-Man Sqaud

Aidan Tropiano
Anton Scotney
Brad McPhail
Brant Colledge
Brennan Stack
Brent Edmonds
Christian Eyres
Clayton Giblett
Clint Jones (c)
Cody Ninyette
Corey Byrne
Devin McFarlane
Gordon Narrier
John Levien
Kristian Morisey
Laine Wilkins
Liam McKenna
Marshall Jones
Michael Sinclair
Mitch Browne
Mitchell Henderson
Sam Garstone
Spencer White
Taran Etto
Zareth Roe

Development 11.30am
21-Man Sqaud
Andries Mercer
Blake Johnson
Brayden Sprigg Dos Santos
Callum Marshall
Callum Papertalk
Callum Walley
Chris Leonard
Dan Horan
Garang Bulkoch
Garrick McGlaughlin
Guy Piggott
Jarlath Duke
Jayden Johnstone
Josh Seigert
Joshua Burke
Julian Jacobs
Kristian Cary
Kurtis Chester
Nelson Ansey
Shaun Smith
Tim Sutherland

Colts 9.00am
27-Man Squad
Aaron French
Aidan Conway
Blake Little
Blake Simpson
Brodey Eades
Caelen Bennell
Cedric Anderson 
Chilton Yarran
Cooper Caimanos
Corey Taylor
Dakota Baldwin-Wright
Damien Bennell
Ethan Hansen
Jack McAuley
Joseph Ugle
Lindsay Martin
Luke English
Maverick Hamilton
Nicholas Taylor
Nyika John
Simon Hayward
Tennasey Wybenga
Thomas Gooch
Trent Simpson
Trey Harrison
Wade Southcott
Zac Casey
 

PREVIEW: Round 6 v East Perth

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 - 11:59 AM

Perth return to Leederville Oval for the second time this season on Saturday to take on a winless East Perth outfit.

After a roud four win over East Fremantle before last weekend's bye, the Demons will be refreshed and looking to notch up their second win in as many games.

East Perth, winless after five games, have endured a tough start to 2017 and are coming off a 91-point loss to co-tennants Subiaco at the weekend.

Michael Sinclair (achillies) and Brant Colledge (hamstring) are both expected to return this week after stints on the sidelines.

Both will undergo fitness tests at training on Thursday evening.

Other potential round six inclusions include Taran Etto, Marshall Jones and Blake Johnson, who have all been performing strongly at Development level.

Teams will be announced Friday morning from 10am on the Club's website.

Senior Coach Earl Spalding says the group have been moving in a positive direction and need to continue moving forward.

"It's been pretty good so far with the young guys coming into the team," Spalding says.

"They've shown steady improvement and we just need to keep showing improvement over the coming weeks and hopefully we get some more results."

Spalding says ball movement and defensive structures will continue to be the focus going forward.

"We'll keep working on our ball movement and our defence," Spalding says.

"We've just got to keep working hard at our defence behind the ball and that'll hold up against most sides.

"Our ball movement has been pretty good most of the year but we've got to keep working at it and keep getting those connections that we saw a few of against East Fremantle."

Bounce down is back at the traditional Saturday afternoon time of 2.15pm, with Development commencing at 11.30am and Colts 9am.

Demons notch up first win in spirited fashion

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - 9:33 AM

The Demons have at last been rewarded for their effort and endeavour, defeating East Fremantle by 13-points on Saturday afternoon in front of a loyal home crowd at Lathlain Park.

Both sides went into the round four clash winless and it was the Demons who got on top early, kicking four goals to East Fremantle's three in the opening term.

Perth remained in control of the match for the rest of the afternoon, with the young side responding to every challenge the Sharks dealt them.

The second and third quarters were similar to the first, with Perth outscoring the Sharks four goals to three in both.

Down by 19-points at the final change, East Fremantle threw everything they had at Perth in the fourth term in a bid to overrun the young Demons.

However Perth, led by their captain Clint Jones who collected a game high 42-disposals, resonded to the challenge and grinded out a spirited victory.

Young forward Sam Garstone was Perth's best, kicking four goals from 16 posessions and seven marks.

Garstone, 21, is enjoying a breakout start to the season and says Saturday's win brought relief to the group.

"There was a lot of relief and excitement after getting the first win cause it's been coming for a few weeks," Garstone says.

"Round one and two we were real close against Swans and Subi but we probably just couldn't get the job done in the last quarter with a few players going down at half time."

Garstone says he is finally feeling settled in a position after spending time down back, in the ruck and up forward.

"I've been floating around just filling in spots the last few years but I feel pretty comfortable up forward now," Garstone says.

Christian Eyres was again one of Perth's best, amassing 18 disposals and 25 hit-outs.

Eyres is another Demon enjoying a breakout start to season 2017, relishing his role as the number one ruckman.

Debutant John Levien performed strongly in his first game at league level, restricting the dangerous Brett Peake to just eight disposals and two goals.

Garstone says Levien was brought in to the side for his defensive pressure and did not disappoint.

"Johnny was brought in for his physicality and his strength and his hard efforts and we think he did his job," Garstone says.

The Demons have jumped to sixth on the WAFL ladder following the weekend's win.

Perth have the bye this week before a round six clash with the winless East Perth at Leederville Oval.

Read the WAFL Match Report HERE

PERTH                          4.3    8.6    12.9   16.12    (108)
EAST FREMANTLE        3.2    6.7    9.8     14.11    (95)

Goals: Garstone 4; White, Narrier 2; Edmonds, McFarlane, Ninyette, Chester, Stack, Byrne, Wilkins, Morisey.
Best: Garstone, Jones, Eyres, Levien, Morisey


Prior to the league side recording their first win for the season on Saturday, Perth's Development side added a third win to their 2017 campaign.

Perth defeated the Sharks by 45-points and move to third on the Development ladder.

After a tight first quarter where both sides managed only a goal each, Perth put their foot down and kicked 18 goals in the final three quarters.

Marshall Jones was outstanding, kicking five goals from 25 posessions.

Young gun Cody Kickett, who is still eligible to play colts, collected 24 disposals and kicked one major.

Taran Etto continues to put his hand up for senior selection, putting in another strong performance at Development level.

Etto finished with 20 posessions and was one of Perth's best.

Blake Johnson also put his hand up to get back in the league side, booting three majors.

Callum Papertalk and Marshall Jones top the Development leading goalkickers list with 12 goals each thus far this season.

PERTH                          1.0    7.2    12.3     19.6      (120)
EAST FREMANTLE        1.5    4.7    8.11     10.15    (75)

Goals: Jones 5; Johnson 3; Cary, Smith, Ansey, Papertalk 2; Piggott, Kickett, Henderson 1
Best: Jones, Kickett, Etto, Sutherland, Johnson


Earlier, Perth colts went down to East Fremantle by 55-points.

Simon Hayward had a game high 14 tackles and was one of Perth's better players.

Brodey Eades, Caelen Bennell and Luke English also performed strongly for the Demons.

Chilton Yarran (jnr) and Ian Hill finished with two goals each.

PERTH                          1.3    3.6    5.6       7.6      (48)
EAST FREMANTLE        4.1    7.3    11.6    16.7    (103)

Goals: Yarran, Hill 2; Bennell, John, Taylor 1
Best: Hayward, Eades, Bennell, English, French

Round 4 Teams vs East Fremantle

Friday, April 7, 2017 - 12:06 PM

Round 4: Perth vs East Fremantle
Saturday 8 April 2017 | Lathlain Park

Follow all three games live from 9:25am Saturday HERE

League 2:40pm
Met on three occasions in 2016
Round 9 at East Fremantle Oval - East Fremantle by 39 points
Round 14 at Lathlain Park - Perth by 11 points 
Round 15 at Lathlain Park - East Fremantle by 49 points 


26-man League Squad:
Devin McFarlane
Laine Wilkins
Aidan Tropiano
Spencer White
Sam Garstone
Cody Ninyette
Brent Edmonds
Corey Byrne
Clint Jones (c)
Christian Eyres
Kristian Morisey
Brent Latch
Clayton Giblett
Zareth Roe
Gordon Narrier
Anton Scotney
Liam McKenna
Brad McPhail
Kurtis Chester
Brennan Stack
Tom Gooch
**John Levien
**Mitch Browne
**Mitchell Henderson
**Taran Etto
**Michael Sinclair

**Inclusions


Development 11:55am
Met on three occasions in 2016
Round 9 at East Fremantle Oval - East Fremantle by 28 points
Round 14 at Lathlain Park - Perth by 13 points 
Round 15 at Lathlain Park - East Fremantle by 96 points 


21-man Squad (to be joined by League emergencies)
Marshall Jones
Julian Jacobs
Josh Seigert
Mitchell Browne
Andies Mercer
Callum Papertalk
Chris Leonard
Guy Piggott
Tim Sutherland
Jarlath Duke
Joshua Burke
Jayden Johnstone
Callum Marshall
Shaun Smith
Dakota Baldwin-Wright
Cody KIckett
Blake Johnson
Nelson Ansey
**Kristian Cary
**Callum Walley
**Lennon Marlin

**Inclusions
 

Colts 9:25am
Met on three occasions in 2016
Round 9 at East Fremantle Oval - Perth by 33 points
Round 14 at Lathlain Park - Perth by 35 points 
Round 15 at Lathlain Park - East Fremantle by 65 points 


26-man Squad
Luke English
Simon Hayward
Corey Taylor
Regan Flaherty
Nic Taylor
Jason Hemphill
Caelen Bennell
Brodey Eades
Chilton Yarran
Scott Williams
Aaron French
Zak Tanner
Blake Simpson
Nykia John
Damien Bennell
Tennasey Wybenga
Sydney Stack
Cedric Anderson
Blake Little
Lindsay Martin
Jared Wynne
Zac Edgelow
Jack McAuley
Maverick Hamilton
**Trent Simpson
**Ian Hill

**Inclusions

PREVIEW: Round 4 vs East Fremantle

Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 10:25 AM

Perth will be looking to notch up their first win of season 2017 this week when they host an also winless Sharks outfit at Lathlain Park on Saturday afternoon.

The Demons line-up could be bolstered by 2016 Butcher Medalist Michael Sinclair who appears set to return after missing two weeks with an achillies injury.

Other potential ins for this week include Taran Etto, Blake Johnson, Mitch Browne and Callum Papertalk who were all impressive in the Development side's 19-point win round three win over Claremont.

East Fremantle are coming off a difficult start to 2017, losing their first two games to Claremont and Peel by 62 and 86 points respectively before a round three bye.

Perth go into a bye next week and will be desperate to bring four points with them after some competetive performances to start the season.

The two sides faced off on three occasions last year, with East Fremantle winning twice and Perth once.

In-form Laine Wilkins plays his 50th WAFL game on Saturday.

Bounce down is at the later time of 2:40pm this week, with the Development game starting at 11:55am and Colts at 9:25am.

Round four is dedicated to The Farthering Project, a non-for-profit charity supporting fathers and father figures who want to make a real difference in, and have a positive impact on the lives of children.

Perth Football Club encourages all dads and father figures to bring their sons along to Lathlain Park this Saturday.
As always, there will be plenty of activities for kids including a bouncy castle, face painting, half time running races and a free bike raffle.
Bring your footy along and enjoy kick-to-kick on the new ground at the breaks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MATCH DAY INFORMATION

Membership Stall: Open from 1-3pm. For membership collection and last minute sign ups. It will be located outside the Goddard Street entrance. See below map
Weather: 24°C and sunny
3 Licensed Bars: Bar on the Hill with music, Demon Den and Redlegs Bar. All open from 12 midday. 
Kids Zone: Jumpy castle, free face painting, ice-cream van
Half Time Activities: Kids running races and footy kicking competition
Bike Raffle: All kids under 16 go into the draw to win a free bike
Kick-to-Kick: Bring your footy and have a kick on the new oval at the breaks
Food: Canteen open from 8:30am. Chicken parmiganas (with chips & salad) available for dinner at post match presentations
Post Match Presentations: All are welcome upstairs in the Main Hall straight after the league game for a drink, dinner, player awards and KARAOKE!
Tickets: Adults $15, Concession $12, Under 16s FREE
Parking: Available at the old bowling club site (corner of Bishopsgate St & Roberts Rd) and the surrounds of Rayment Park.
See below map for parking locations and entrance gates.
Public Transport: Victoria Park Station is located 400m from Lathlain Park and there are numerous nearby bus stops. Plan your Transperth journey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Demons go down to Tigers

Monday, April 3, 2017 - 10:33 AM

Perth have recorded a 59-point loss to Claremont over the weekend, going down 13.10 (88) to the Tigers' 22.15 (147).

The effort and endeavour shown by the young Demon outfit again couldn't be questioned, however Claremont's experience and class proved too strong in what was the first game on Lathlain Park's new surface.

Perth were well and truly in the contest late in the second term, before two Claremont goals on the cusp of half time saw the Tigers take a 34-point lead into the main break.

Claremont put their foot down in the third quarter, kicking six goals to Perth's two.

Despite the result being all but out of reach at three quarter time, the Demons didn't roll over with both sides kicking five last quarter goals.

The Demons were without key defender Brent Latch who injured his thumb at training last week.

New recruit Brad McPhail came in to the side to replace Latch and performed strongly on dangerous forward Tom Lee.

Perth captain Clint Jones was one of Perth's better players, collecting 29 disposals in his 300th game of senior football.

Liam McKenna also finished with 29 disposals whilst doing a job on 2016 Sandover Medalist Jye Bolton.

Ruckman Christian Eyres again competed strongly and was Perth's best player, amassing 30 hit-outs.

Round three inclusion Brennan Stack kicked 5.1 from six disposals, while fellow forward Spencer White contributed four goals himself.

Perth this week host the winless East Fremantle at the later time of 2:40pm.

Full WAFL Match Report here | Photo album here

Beforehand, Perth's Development side had a promising come from behind win over Claremont.

The Demons came back from a 24-point half time deficit to record a 19-point win.

Taran Etto continues to put his hand up for league side selection, gathering 21 disposals in a best on ground display.

Blake Johnson, who was last week left out of the league side, responded well kicking 3.1 from 18 posessions.

Callum Papertalk also finished with 3.1 and is the leading goalkicker in the Development competition with 10 goals.

The Development side sit fourth on the ladder after two wins from their first three games.

The Colts suffered another loss, going down by 61 points to Claremont earlier in the day.

Luke English was again dominant, finishing with 31 disposals and a game high ten tackles.

Caelen Bennell also finished with 31 disposals, while Blake Simpson, Brodey Eades and Chilton Yarran (junior) rounded out the Colts' better players. 

Perth's 16's Development side had a strong win over Claremont 10.15 (75) to 4.9 (33).

The 16's have now won two of their first three and have games against East Fremantle and Peel Thunder to round out their carnival.

League
Perth           2.3    6.5      8.9    13.10   (88)
Claremont  6.4   11.9   17.12   22.15   (147)

Goals: 5 Stack; 4 White; 1 Tropiano, Wilkins, Chester, Garstone
Best: Eyres, Wilkins, Stack, Jones, Narrier

Development
Perth           1.1   5.6    11.9    16.12   (108)
Claremont  3.5   9.6   12.71   13.11   (89)

Goals: 3 Johnson, Jones, Papertalk; 2: Henderson, G.Piggott; 1 Smith, Ansey, Kickett
Best: Etto, Johnson, Kickett, Papertalk, Henderson

Colts
Perth         0.2   2.6   2.8    4.12     (36)
Claremont 5.2   6.6   9.9   14.13    (97)

Goals: 1 John, Tanner, Martin, Yarran
Best: English, Simpson, Bennell, Eades, Yarran