Ex-Dockers player misses court hearing

An arrest warrant has been issued for ex-Dockers player Shane Yarran after he failed to make to appear in the Perth court over an allegation he stabbed a man. The 27-year-old previously pleaded not guilty four months ago to unlawful wounding and was due to face Armadale Magistrates Court on Tuesday for a trial allocation…

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New Training facility set to open for Fremantle Dockers in just a few weeks time

By: Philippe Coquerand, National Reporter The facility costing government and council officials $109 million dollars is set to open in February, just before the AFL season kicks off. The project began in 2015 is almost complete. The Fremantle Football Club is planning on relocating to the venue at the start of the 2017 season. It is the…

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Eagles crush hapless Tigers

West Coast has crushed a hapless Richmond outfit by 68-points as the two teams opened up AFL Round Four in Perth on Friday night. The Eagles (3-1) lead for the majority of the match and were never really threatened by the out of sorts Tigers (1-3) on their way to an 18.17 (125) to 9.3…

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Court of Arbitration for Sport finds Essendon guilty

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has found the Essendon Football Club guilty of taking a banned substance and has banned the 34-players involved for 12-months. In what was a stunning ruling the CAS over-turned the Australian Sport Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) not guilty ruling early last year following an appeal by the World Anti-Doping…

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