Swans soar into WAFLW Grand Final

Monday, September 9, 2019 - 12:45 PM - by Chris Pike

SWAN Districts booked their place in the inaugural WAFLW Grand Final on Saturday with a dominant win in the preliminary final over Subiaco to continue their hot recent form.

Swans will now enter the Grand Final in brilliant form and on a five-match winning streak as they take on East Fremantle on Saturday at Lathlain's Mineral Resources Park. The winner will be the first ever WAFLW premiers.

Swan Districts has continued its tremendous late season form to storm into the WAFL Women's Grand Final against East Fremantle with an emphatic 45-point preliminary final win against East Fremantle on Saturday.

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WAFLW Preliminary Final Preview

Friday, September 6, 2019 - 3:47 PM - by Chris Pike

SWAN Districts is on fire at the right time of the year in the inaugural WAFL Women's season and now one more win in Saturday's preliminary final against Subiaco and they are through to the Grand Final.

Swans are now in their best form of the season having won four straight matches including a thumping win at home over Claremont in last Sunday's first semi-final against Claremont.

That moves Swan Districts into this Saturday's preliminary final against Subiaco and a win for the black-and-whites will see them through to the Grand Final and feeling good about their chances of winning the first ever WAFLW premiership.

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Donnellan proud yet cautious heading into prelim final

Friday, September 6, 2019 - 2:47 PM - by Chris Pike

SWAN Districts is one win away from the inaugural WAFL Women's Grand Final with coach Kara Donnellan delighted with her team's form heading into the preliminary final against Subiaco but wary of their threat.

Swan Districts produced a tremendous performance last Sunday in the first semi-final to beat Claremont at Steel Blue Oval by 41 points.

It was a performance that saw Swans hold Claremont scoreless the entire first half and to go on and dominate the contest with 13 scoring shots to two on the way to ending the season of the Tigers.

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Dream comes true for Emily McGuire

Friday, September 6, 2019 - 12:11 PM - by Chris Pike

NOT only is Swan Districts WAFLW star Emily McGuire focused on trying to help Swans into the Grand Final, but she is still coming to terms with earning a West Coast Eagles AFLW contract.

For someone still only 20 years of age, McGuire has packed quite a lot into her life already having worked with the Swan Districts Football Club on the Kicking Goals program in the Pilbara while also working with the Wirrpanda Foundation.

She has become a standout player with Swan Districts previously in the Youth Girls Rogers Cup competition and then in the WAWFL competition which earned her an opportunity to first play in the AFL Women's with the Fremantle Dockers.

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Swans Senior Coach Signs New 2 Year Deal

Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 11:40 AM

Swan Districts Football Club is delighted to announce that Adam Pickering has signed a new two year contract as the club’s Senior Coach.

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Election of Board Management

Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 10:14 AM

In accordance with the Club Constitution, nominations are hereby called for the following position;

Director: Three-year term (1 required)

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Swans colts' season ends at hands of Royals

Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 6:51 AM - by Chris Pike

THE season of Swan Districts' colts might have ended at the hands of East Perth on Saturday morning but that doesn’t change the fact that it's a team full of exciting talent with bright futures.

The season for Swan Districts comes to an end after it promised so much with those seven straight wins to open the campaign. But from there Swans ended up winning just one of the last 10 matches despite the encouraging signs in terms of the young talent emerging.

Kade Wallrodt, Ayden Cartwright, Ethan Nordahl and Brock Fisher were the goal scorers for Swan Districts.

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Swans one win from Grand Final in WAFLW

Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 6:44 AM - by Chris Pike

SWAN Districts is playing elimination football every week in the inaugural WAFL Women's season but based on their performance on Sunday to thrash Claremont by 41 points, there's no reason they can't still have their sights on going all the way.

Swan Districts finished the inaugural WAFLW season in third position on the ladder with a 7-5 record which meant they were only percentage off the second placed East Fremantle.

Claremont was only a game back of Swans but finished the season with almost half the percentage so Swan Districts deserved to be feeling confident heading into Sunday's first semi-final at Steel Blue Oval.

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Swans Match Day Ambassadors

Monday, September 2, 2019 - 3:10 PM

Swan Districts Football Club has continued to transform its WAFL and WAFLW home game days to attract new audiences and build on its very strong loyal base of supporters. This new fan activation strategy has included a range of value add activities targeting young families.

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WAFLW First Semi-Final Preview

Friday, August 30, 2019 - 3:21 PM - by Chris Pike

THE inaugural season of the WAFL Women's competition sees the finals begin this weekend and it has Swan Districts hosting Claremont at Steel Blue Oval on Sunday.

Swan Districts has long been a powerhouse of female football in Western Australia so it was always a given that with the new WAFLW competition formed in 2019 that one of the five clubs to be part of it would be the black-and-whites.

And following the end of the home and away season, Swan Districts finished in third position on the ladder to earn the hosting rights for the first semi-final while Subiaco and East Fremantle do battle in the second semi-final.

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