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Reply James J Smith
7:30 AM on May 30, 2018 
Great work! Would love to see any footage of any Subiaco games between 1945-1955 - to see the old man in action! [email protected]
Reply Malcolm George
10:34 AM on April 4, 2018 
I would love to get a copy of the 1977 WAFL Grand Final!
Reply Stephen Moore
3:09 AM on January 5, 2018 
Reply jeff
6:35 AM on August 27, 2017 
Many thanks for your efforts in putting these footy archives together!!What an amazing collection!
I'm very interested in wanting to view the 1970 Wafl Grandfinal.
I was fortunate enough to be at that game as an 11 year old.
If you could assist I would be most greatful.
Kind regards
Jeff Nickels.
Reply Ken Hart
3:48 AM on August 24, 2017 
I am amazed to see these archives. I was a boundary umpire for 4 years 1963-1966 and officiated in two grand finals and two stat games. It was amazing to see part of the 1964 Clarement v East Fremantle GF.
Thanks for a great job
Reply Trevor Mustey
8:28 AM on June 16, 2017 
just reliving my youth!!.
Reply Christopher Preedy
10:07 PM on June 1, 2017 
Fantastic, brilliant stuff, keeping the history of the WAFL is so important, congratulations all round, keep it going. BLACK DUCKS! till I die.
Reply Peterplaka
1:45 PM on May 24, 2017 
Could someone ring me on 0413747777 l may have a solution to the difficulty getting old wafl tapes cheers Peter plaisted
Reply peter plaka
7:33 AM on May 24, 2017 
Would like to see a replay of the 1979 state of origin carnival match Wa vs Vic to see probably Brian Peakes best game
Reply john
1:55 AM on May 16, 2017 
would like to watch the 1978 wafl grand final
Reply Howard Collinge
6:50 PM on May 7, 2017 
Hi, i would like to access all WAFL games featuring West Perth V East Perth in 1985. Particularly a game played at Subiaco oval with me on the field. Howard Collinge No. 30
Reply ray bullock
9:26 PM on April 27, 2017 
Hello , would love the whole game tape of the 1982 wa v vic @ subi. I had a tape of it ,loaned it out ,never saw it again.
cheers ray
Reply david hatzon
6:05 AM on April 14, 2017 
In 1968 my mother (Kathy) went to the 1st semi final to watch her brother (Vic Evans) play.
East Perth lost there lead with minutes left in the game. Mum left the oval early thinking they would lose, only to missout on watching her brother kick the winning goal.

Does Anyone Know where I can get footage of the last quarter?
Reply Jamesflums
1:14 AM on April 4, 2017 
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Reply Neil Roach
2:54 PM on July 26, 2016 
On a cruise with Bill, fantastic website brings back some great memories.
Reply Darryl hudston
8:35 AM on November 17, 2015 
Awesome! I played footy with Elvis Viduka at St Norberts in the WAAFL. Top bloke. Great to see you still love your footy, Elvis. Huddo. Great site guys. Reminds me of when the Demons were mighty.

elvis viduka says...
Magic stuff guys.Thanks very much for doing this for us,there's a lot of absolute gold here.
I wonder if you've ever come across the Rnd 1 Perth derby, first ever Sunday game(I think it was) at
Leederville Oval back in 1983 or '84?
I remember Mike Brady singing "Up There Cazaly" and another song for West Perth's membership
drive called "He's a Falcon".Also Peter Menaglio and Rodney Alderton were playing their 100th games.
Unfortunately I'm pretty sure East Perth won that day.
Keep up the good work guys.
Reply Dean
5:29 PM on September 11, 2015 
Well done to all for putting this site together.
Reply Wally Burford
5:35 AM on May 7, 2015 
Just found this great site. Brings back a lot of memories

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