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Kyle Hams

Last Sunday against Busselton,Kyle Hams played his last game for the Club.He and his Young Family are moving to Kalgoolie for Work.The Boys played a great game to  send of a guy who has been fantastic for our playing Group over the last 3 seasons.He leaves us a 2016 Premiership player & 2017 B&F Winner.Thankyou Kyle Hams

Great Tiger Cash Raffle

Prize Money, Ticket Holders’ Function & Guest Band details Coming Soon!

Electronic Scoreboard UPDATE

The Electronic Scoreboard(kindly donated by Optus) is now up and Running.The Board got to give it a run during the recent WA Derby Games against Bunbury.

Women’s Captain Injury Update

Our Womens Team Captain Maddy Obal went down with a knee injury a  few weeks ago against Collie.With a number of scans and Doctor visits, Maddy final got her results. Unfortunately she has a high grade partial tear in her ACL, a very minimal fracture of the patella and strained of the MCL and LCL.So her season 2018 looks to be over of the Field.But she will be helping her Teammates each and every week.And be back better than Ever next Year.


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Lockers Updated

The League Players have been updated with some recent players who have played over 100 League Games for the Club.With the likes of Dylan Harper,Xavier Green & Damon Bull being added.

Tiger Love

How Beautiful is this.One of our New Players in the Reserves Side Shayne Richards proposed to his girlfriend Bethany Bond who is part of our Leadership Group with The Women’s Team at a Recent  West Coast Eagles Game 


A proposal was caught on the big screen at Optus Stadium during the Eagles clash against Port Adelaide on Sunday.

As part of the half-time crowd competition B1 Moment, cameras scanned the crowd of footy fans who were encouraged to “become one by hugging, kissing or just linking arms”.

The cameras landed on Bunbury couple Shayne Richards and Bethany Bond.

Mr Richards stunned the crowd by getting down on one knee and proposing.

“It was an amazing opportunity at the right time on the big screen during the B1 Moment. Big thanks to friends, and the staff members of West Coast Eagles who helped make it all happen on the day,” Mr Richards said.

Ground announcer Karl Langdon was quick to get to the couple and confirm Miss Bond’s response. The 51,000 strong crowd erupted when Langdon announced she said “yes”.

Mr Richards had been planning the proposal since last year and said he was extremely grateful everything went as planned.