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Round 17 Preview Subiaco v Claremont

Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 12:08 PM

By Dan Scamozzi

Claremont will be aiming to bounce back to form when they face Subiaco in Esperance on Saturday afternoon, in partnership with the Department of Sport and Recreation and State Government’s Country Sports Enrichment Scheme (CSES).

The game will be played at Ports Football Club, hosted by the Esperance District Football Association, and will be the fourth WAFL fixture played in Esperance. 

There have been 53 WAFL games played with CSES funding since the scheme commenced in 1999 and over $1.3 million contributed to the program during that time.
Overall, 71 WAFL games have been played in country WA since 1984, providing 22 years of consecutive service to regional WA.

Coming off consecutive losses, the Tigers remain one win outside the top five, while the Lions will be chasing their 14th consecutive win.


League: Ports Football Club, Esperance, Saturday, July 15, 1.10pm.

Reserves: Leederville Oval, Sunday, July 16, 11.30am.

Colts: Leederville Oval, Sunday, July 16, 9.00am.


Round 6, 2017, Claremont 6.9 (45) def by Subiaco 15.10 (100) at East Fremantle Oval.


Played: 275.

Subiaco: 144.

Claremont: 130.

Draws: 1.


  1. A win for Claremont will see the Tigers jump above West Perth, who have a bye, and could move the team into fifth position, depending on East Perth’s result against Peel Thunder.
  2. To end their two-game losing streak, the Tigers will need to defeat the Lions for the first time since 2014.
  3. A win for the Tigers against their traditional rivals would give the team a massive confidence boost heading into their final bye for the season in round 18.




Development Report: Tigers Bitten by Bulldogs

Monday, July 10, 2017 - 12:37 PM

by Dan Scamozzi

Claremont’s Reserves suffered a disappointing 25-point defeat to South Fremantle in their top-of-the-table clash at Claremont Oval.

Despite leading by 14 points at half-time after a blistering five-goal-to-one second term, the Bulldogs slammed on eight goals to two in the second half to prevail 13.9 (87) to 9.8 (62).

The result leaves Claremont in second position on the ladder, two wins behind South Fremantle.

Aaron Holt (18 disposals, eight tackles, one goal) continued his impressive form to finish as Claremont’s best player, with Jacob Sideris (32 disposals, six tackles, one goal) in strong support.

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League Report: Tigers Overrun by Bulldogs

Monday, July 10, 2017 - 10:41 AM

Tigers Overrun by Bulldogs

by Dan Scamozzi

A barnstorming five-goal-to-one opening term wasn’t enough for Claremont to stop South Fremantle, who claimed a 25-point win over the Tigers in NAIDOC Round at Claremont Oval.

Despite Claremont leading by 24 points at quarter-time, the Bulldogs slammed on 13 goals to five in the next three terms to prevail 14.7 (91) to 10.6 (66) and win the Jimmy Melbourne Cup.

The result sees Claremont drop to seventh position on the ladder after consecutive losses, trailing sixth-placed East Perth on percentage but still just one win outside the top five.

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Round 16 Preview Claremont v South Fremantle

Wednesday, July 5, 2017 - 1:57 PM

By Dan Scamozzi

Claremont host South Fremantle at Claremont Oval in NAIDOC Round on Saturday in what is a must-win clash for the Tigers.

Following their agonising two-point defeat to Peel Thunder, the sixth-placed Tigers will be aiming for their seventh win of the season, while the second-placed Bulldogs are coming off a bye.

NAIDOC Round celebrates the heritage, achievements and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Claremont and South Fremantle instigated WAFL NAIDOC Round in 2007 when they wore jumpers designed by Aboriginal artist Richard Walley. 

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Development Report: Tigers Return to Winning Ways

Tuesday, July 4, 2017 - 12:44 PM

By Dan Scamozzi

Claremont’s Reserves returned to the winners’ list with a 34-point defeat of Peel Thunder in bitterly cold and wet conditions at Bendigo Bank Stadium.

The 8.17 (65) to 4.7 (31) result saw the Tigers record their ninth win of the season, move one win clear in second position on the ladder and close to within one win of first-placed South Fremantle, who they host in round 16.

Despite leading by just two points at quarter-time, with the football replicating a bar of soap and goals at a premium, the Tigers kicked two goals to nil in the second term, before adding five more after half-time in one of the team’s best wins of the season.

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League Report: Brave Tigers Denied by Thunder

Tuesday, July 4, 2017 - 12:40 PM

By Dan Scamozzi

A never-give-in Claremont saw their three-game winning run come to an end after a heartbreaking two-point loss to Peel Thunder in bitterly cold and wet conditions at Bendigo Bank Stadium.

Despite trailing at every change, the Tigers showed tremendous courage to hit the front in the final term, however, a return of 1.7 for the term resulted in a 6.15 (51) to 8.5 (53) defeat.

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Women's Football Report - Tigers dominate East Perth

Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 1:21 PM

CWFC vs EPWFC League Game Summary.

The Tigers had their largest win of the season with a dominant 189 point victory against a disappointing East Perth on Sunday. If not for some inaccurate kicking in the first half the margin would have been greater. Asha Price continued her strong form with an 11 goal haul whilst Angel Hayward again hit the scoreboard with 3 goals. Live wire forwards Ellen D’Cruz, Amanda Robertson and Kate Cowan all finished with 2 goals. The midfield group were relentless all game with outstanding performances by Parris Laurie and Bella Zadnik in the ruck alongside Jasmin Stewart, Tildi Sergeant, Rachel Asquith and Chloe Colgate.  

Claremont face their biggest challenge of the season next week against the Coastal Titans at Grenville Reserve. A challenge they are looking forward to. 

Pat Litherland
Head Coach

Round 15 Preview Peel Thunder v Claremont

Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 11:49 AM

By Dan Scamozzi

After getting their season back on track with three consecutive wins at Claremont Oval, the Tigers get the chance to test themselves against Peel Thunder at Bendigo Bank Stadium on Saturday.

A win would see Claremont draw level with the reigning premiers on seven wins, and see the Tigers jump into the top five should either West Perth or Swan Districts lose their respective matches.

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 11:09 AM

1926 - 2017
The Claremont Football Club is morning with the passing of one of the Club's longest serving and influential Presidents Walter Maskiell or Wal as he was affectionately known.

Wal passed away last Sunday with his family beside him and his funeral will be held at 12.30pm on Wednesday 28 June at Karrakatta Cemetery.Wal served on the Committee of the Club for a long period before taking over as President in 1976. He remained President until 1986 making him the equal third longest serving President in the Club's 127 year history. Wal was highly regarded amongst his peers at WAFL Club level and led the Club from a Premiership drought, the previous Premiership being 1964, through seven finals campaigns, competing in three Grand Finals and winning the Premiership in 1981.

Off the field he led a very progressive Board of Directors who introduced new marketing and sponsorship initiatives which were the envy of other WAFL Clubs.

He also oversaw the implementation of a highly successful junior development program in the Club's metropolitan and regional zones which had been developed by the late Monty Buttfield and others. The foundations of this program are still in place today and have resulted in scores of junior Claremont footballers go on to establish themselves at the highest levels of football in Australia.

The hallmark of Wal’s decade of Presidency was the stability that the Club achieved both on and off the field.
Wal was a Life Member of the Claremont Football Club, a Life Member of the WA Football Commission and served as Secretary/ Treasurer of the WAFC Life Member’s Association for many years.
Wal continued to support and follow the Club for many years after his Presidency until his recent ill health prevented him from coming down to the Club.
The Claremont Football Club extends its condolences to Wal’s son Graham and daughter Lynda and all the Maskiell family.
Wal was a true champion of this Club.

Tiger Cubs Star for WA

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - 9:09 AM

By Dan Scamozzi

Claremont’s Jake Patmore, Callan England and Oliver Eastland all played important roles in Western Australia’s 40-point win against the Allies in the State 18s at Leederville Oval.

England collected 13 disposals in the opening term and finished with a game-high 26, with Patmore also busy, while Eastland kicked two impressive goals in the second quarter of the 12.12 (84) to 6.8 (44) win.

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