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** Online bidding on Main Auction Items will close at 8.45pm, Saturday 15 August.
It will then be auctioned live at the event. Call the Club prior to the night on (08) 9335 1555 should you wish to proxy bid as you can not be at the event and we will arrange to bid on your behalf.
 
** Online bidding on Silent Auction Items will close at 10.30pm, Saturday 15 August.

Round 19 Preview v Subiaco

Saturday, August 1, 2015 - 11:28 AM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle heads to Medibank Stadium needing to knock off the raging premiership favourites Subiaco to keep its finals hopes alive in 2015 and to celebrate Ashton Hams' 150th WAFL game.

Subiaco remained three games clear on top of the WAFL ladder with the biggest win of the season to the tune of 133 points last Saturday against Perth with the Lions gearing up nicely for a crack at back-to-back premierships.

South Fremantle's form was at the opposite end with a disappointing 106-point loss to East Perth at Fremantle Oval to fall outside of the top five.

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From being babysat to teammate in 150th milestone for Schloithe

Friday, July 31, 2015 - 1:52 AM - by Chris Pike

HAIDEN Schloithe always wanted to play WAFL football for South Fremantle alongside Ashton and Kyle Hams looking up to them as a youngster in Katanning, and now he's looking forward to being there on Saturday for Ashton's 150th game for the Bulldogs.

Schloithe and the Hams twins all have made the move from Katanning to come to Perth and play WAFL football with South Fremantle, but given the seven-year age gap Ashton and Kyle were always two players that Schloithe wanted to emulate one day, and play with at the Bulldogs.

Now in 2015 it's the first chance for the trio to play together with Kyle returning to the Bulldogs for the first time since 2010 while both Ashton and Schloithe have remained committed to South Fremantle after spending time at West Coast and Fremantle in the AFL respectively.

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150 up for Ashton Hams as Bulldogs try to upset Lions

Friday, July 31, 2015 - 1:20 AM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle coach Todd Curley has enjoyed his chance to coach Ashton Hams this season ahead of his 150th game and wouldn’t be surprised to see him add to his individual accolades, but for now the focus for the Bulldogs is on plotting the downfall of Subiaco.

Hams will add another notch to an already remarkably decorated career this Saturday at Medibank Stadium when South Fremantle enters the clash needing to beat the rampant league-leading reigning premiers Subiaco to remain in the race to play finals for the first time since 2011.

The 28-year-old will earn life membership at South Fremantle by playing his 150th game as part of a career that has seen him play in the 2005 and 2009 premierships, and win a grand final and State game Simpson Medal on top of his 39 AFL matches with the West Coast Eagles.

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Player Column – Ryan Cook Round 18

Thursday, July 30, 2015 - 1:15 PM - by Chris Pike

THIS is now my fifth year here at South Fremantle and I'm very desperate to be part of some finals success and hopefully that's still a chance of happening this year.

In my first year here back in 2011 we managed to play in a first semi-final against Subiaco which we lost, and I probably thought it was just going to happen the next year, but this wasn’t the case and hasn’t been for the past three years. We had a lot of experience still in that team, most of which has now gone, we haven’t been able to play in September the last few years so hopefully we're able to this year.

We have our backs against the wall now after what happened against East Perth and we've got four games to go, and I'm pretty sure we'll have to win all of them to play finals but I'm confident we can still do that. It’s a very tough run home but if anyone can do that, I think it’s us as we have shown to finish strong the past couple of seasons.

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Bulldogs no match for Royals leaving big job to make finals

Tuesday, July 28, 2015 - 9:56 AM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle was blown away by a rampant East Perth outfit at Fremantle Oval on Saturday leaving the Bulldogs with a tough run over the last four games of the 2015 WAFL season in order to return to finals action.

While the Bulldogs reserves recorded another strong win to remain on top of the ladder, the league side had a day to forget against the Royals with East Perth ending up winning 28.9 (177) to 11.5 (71) at Fremantle Oval.

South Fremantle was in fifth position and East Perth out of the top five coming into the contest, but by Saturday night the two teams had swapped positions with the Bulldogs now facing an uphill battle to return to finals action for the first time since 2011.

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Round 18 Preview v East Perth

Saturday, July 25, 2015 - 9:11 AM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle returns to Fremantle Oval on Saturday to host East Perth looking to back up last Sunday's win over East Fremantle and a strong win over the Royals earlier in the season to consolidate a position inside the WAFL's top five.

South Fremantle and East Perth are two teams doing battle over a position inside the WAFL top five and it's unlikely there is room for two of them in there come the end of the season meaning a win is of vital importance at Fremantle Oval on Saturday.

The Bulldogs currently sit in fifth position and the Royals in seventh with the teams separated by just the one win but East Perth has a superior percentage to that of South Fremantle that is almost worth four points.

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Ah Chee looks to back up debut to remember

Friday, July 24, 2015 - 1:58 PM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle teenager Callum Ah Chee made a dream league debut last Sunday kicking three goals and two crucial ones in the last quarter to help the Bulldogs beat East Fremantle as he now looks to back that up the rest of the season ahead of the AFL National Draft.

Having already proven himself capable of playing strong football at WAFL colts level and then at the AIS-AFL Academy and in the West Australian State 18s side the last two years, Ah Chee had nothing to prove and was already likely to be WA's top pick at this year's National Draft.

However, Ah Chee grabbed his opportunity with both hands on league debut on the big stage of a derby against East Fremantle at ATOM Stadium.

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Player Column – Dylan Ross Round 17

Thursday, July 23, 2015 - 9:50 PM - by Dylan Ross

OVER the last few weeks I have been feeling a lot better and I think my footy has improved because of it. I probably went a bit hard early on when I still wasn’t feeling 100 per cent and my form fell away a little bit, but it's good to be finally getting a few kicks and knocking on the door for a league game, fingers crossed.

I spoke to a few people who had glandular fever before and they all said it really knocked them around, but I didn’t think it was that big of a deal. It certainly does zap you of your energy, though, and it makes it hard to find the motivation to get up and going. It was pretty tough, but luckily now I am feeling a lot better and it's all going well. It's getting to the pointy end of the year and the reserves will play finals and the league side is pushing to finish somewhere between third and fifth, so I just want to be part of it in some way.

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Todd Curley Q and A – Round 17

Wednesday, July 22, 2015 - 1:28 PM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle coach Todd Curley's weekly question and answer session during the 2015 McDonald's WAFL Premiership season.

Curley spoke this week following the eight-point win over East Fremantle that returned South Fremantle to the WAFL's top five, and looks ahead to this Saturday's clash with East Perth at Fremantle Oval.

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