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Semi Finals WAFLW Preview

Friday, June 17, 2022 - 3:52 PM by Chris Pike

EAST Fremantle and Claremont battle over a WAFLW Grand Final spot while Peel Thunder and Swan Districts fight to stay alive as the finals action for 2022 gets underway on Sunday afternoon.

Following 17 rounds of the 2022 WAFLW home and away season, it was East Fremantle, Claremont, Peel Thunder and Swan Districts who qualified for the finals as the top four teams with the premiership to now be decided over the next three weeks.

The finals action begins this Sunday afternoon and it's a Grand Final rematch from last year in the first semi-final with Peel Thunder hosting Swan Districts at Mandurah's Lane Group Stadium.

The two teams have built up quite the rivalry and now their seasons go on the line in Mandurah on Sunday with the winner to advance to the preliminary final with a shot at the Grand Final while the season will be over for the loser.

That game bounces down at 1.30pm before at 2pm at East Fremantle's New Choice Homes Park, the first team into the 2022 Grand Final will be decided with East Fremantle hosting Claremont.

The Sharks went through the season undefeated winning all 14 matches but the Tigers were hot on their hammer most of the way and the stage is set for a terrific second semi-final match up.

The winner will move straight into the Grand Final which will be held at Revo Fitness Stadium while the loser will receive a second chance by hosting next week's preliminary final.

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Meanwhile the WAFLW Reserves finals series also gets underway on Sunday with a first semi-final match up between Swan Districts and Subiaco from 11.30am at Lane Group Stadium.

The second semi-final will begin at 12pm at New Choice Homes Park with East Fremantle at home to Claremont as the precursor to the league match up between the Sharks and Tigers at the same venue.

And in the Rogers Cup Youth Girls competition, the finals begin with a first semi-final on Sunday morning from 9.30am at Lane Group Stadium with South Fremantle taking on Claremont looking to stay alive.

The first spot in the Rogers Cup Grand Final will then be determined in the second semi-final at New Choice Homes Park with East Fremantle playing Peel Thunder from 10am.

 

FIRST SEMI-FINAL
PEEL THUNDER v SWAN DISTRICTS

SECOND SEMI-FINAL
EAST FREMANTLE v CLAREMONT
 

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