Only three games took place in Round 11 but all three games carried plenty of importance in their own right and there were plenty of standouts in the weekend of WAFL footy.

From Swan Districts keeping their finals hopes alive to East Perth thumping their way into the top two, to Claremont dishing it out to the Eagles, there were plenty of standouts in Round 11.

Find out who they were on this week's WAFL Wrap.


Claremont came back fresh off the bye and put West Coast to the sword from start to finish with a 91-point demolition at Revo Fitness Stadium.

It was never going to be a close contest, especially after the Tigers kicked six goals to one in the opening term and put the accelerator on from there on in.

After playing in seven reserves games this year, Swanbourne product Max Mumme made his debut, the grandson of former Tigers 1966 premiership hero Les Mumme, and it was a dream debut with 12 touches and his first goal as a key forward with a lot of promise.

Once again the charge was led by Jye Bolton (42 disposals, eight marks, three inside 50s) and Teia Miles (35 disposals, 10 marks, six tackles, three inside 50s) who provided efficient supply from midfield all game.

While up the ground small forwards Talon Delacey (four goals) and Anthony Treacy (four goals] continued to pile on the scoreboard pressure.

Few positives stood out for the Eagles with the exception of Zane Trew. The prominent onballer had another brilliant solo outing with 31 disposals, three marks, five tackles and eight inside 50s.

Joshua Burke was also brilliant up forward with three goals straight but once again the effort from the team overall was sub-par and questions continue to arise around the team.


East Perth made a statement to the competition and thumped Perth by 110 points at Leederville Oval to climb into the top two.

Perth started well leading by a couple of goals but the Royals turned up the intensity and kicked 19 goals to three after quarter-time.

It turned into the Hamish Brayshaw show at Leederville with the star midfielder amassing 38 disposals, 10 marks, seven inside 50s and two goals in a brilliant all-round performance.

The rest of the Royals' midfield again was prime in and under the footy, with Mitch Crowden (25 disposals, seven marks, two tackles, three goals), Angus Schumacher (16 disposals, four marks, five inside 50s, two goals) and Angus Scott (33 disposals, 10 marks, seven inside 50s) all provided valuable contributions for East Perth.

The backline was also effective in containing the Demons' fragmented forward line, led by Jacob Msando, who returned to form with a brilliant 19 disposals and 11 marks.

Perth had their usual suspects standing out in the midfield, with Coburg recruit Charlie Thompson leading the way with 23 disposals, four marks and seven inside 50s supported by Regan Clarke who amassed 21 disposals, six marks, two tackles and three inside 50s.

The midfield service for the Demons was not backed up inside 50 hence the team only scored five goals in the match, but Samuel Stubbs proved his versatility by pushing up the ground in bursts to finish with 18 disposals.


Swan Districts kept their hopes of finals football intact with a hard-fought 15-point victory over reigning premiers West Perth in Joondalup.

The loss leaves West Perth's premiership hopes hanging by a thread while the Swans are only two wins out of the five with eight rounds to go.

Swan Districts set up their win with a four-goal start led by Brayden Noble, his performance up forward was sensational, finishing with three goals from 15 disposals and 10 marks inside 50.

From the middle, Jarvis Pina's sensational season just keeps on going from strength to strength, switching from midfield to half-back for his 30 disposals, 12 marks, five tackles and four inside 50s.

Along with Aiden Clarke (30 disposals, six marks, eight tackles, one goal) and Joshua Cipro (28 disposals, eight marks, five tackles) both provided valuable delivery up the ground.

West Perth were not able to counter the pace of the Swan Districts midfield and many stars were down, with the exception of the consistent Shane Nelson (33 disposals, five marks, two tackles) along with the rising work rate of Nathan Murray (27 disposals, three tackles, five goals).

Aaron Black again played the majority of the game up forward and finished with two goals but had minimal support from Tyler Keitel and Keegan Knott, who again struggled for scoreboard pressure.