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KEY FACTS

Official name
East Fremantle Football Club

Known as
East Fremantle

Nickname
Sharks (formerly 'Old Easts')

Formed
1898

Colours
Royal blue and white

Website
effc.com.au

Current Affiliation
WAFL (WA) 1898-2014

Home Ground
East Fremantle Oval

WAFL Premierships
1900, 1902-03-04, 1906, 1908-09-10-11, 1914, 1918, 1925, 1928-29-30-31, 1933, 1937, 1943*, 1945-46, 1957, 1965, 1974, 1979, 1985, 1992, 1994, 1998 (29 total)

Senior Premierships
WA State Premierships: 1904, 1906, 1909-10 (4 total); R.P. Rodriguez Shield: 1957, 1977, 1985, 1996, 1997, 1998 (6 total)

Most Games
304 - Brian Peake (1972-1980, 1985-1990)

Most Goals
1111 - George Doig (1933-1945)

League Top Goalkickers
E.Kelly (25) 1904; H.Sharpe (50) 1905, (34) 1906, (48) 1907 & (22) 1908; A.Rawlinson (32) 1917; J.Lawn (47) 1919. Bernie Naylor Medallists: D.Coffey (36) 1923; G.Doig (106) 1933, (152) 1934, (113) 1935, (109) 1936, (144) 1937 & (141) 1941; G.Prince (82) 1949; R.Johnson (92) 1966; K.Taylor (102) 1979; N.Lester-Smith (90) 1989; R.Tregenza (57) 1999 & (86) 2000 (20 total)

Sandover Medalists
Lin Richards 1931; Jim Conway 1950; Jack Clarke 1957; Ray Sorrell 1961 & 1963; David Hollins 1971; Graham Melrose 1974; Brian Peake 1977; Murray Wrensted 1985; Craig Treleven 1995; Adrian Bromage 1998 (10 Medallists/11 Medals)

Headquarters Postal Address
PO Box 43, Palmyra, WA, 6157

East Fremantle


 

"With skipper Graham Melrose playing probably the best football of his life to secure not only the Sandover Medal but virtually every media award going, East Fremantle at long last returned to the winners’ list in 1974. In what, even for the era, was an extraordinarily closely contested season, East Fremantle finished the home and away rounds in pole position half a game clear of Perth (and, indeed, just six and a half games ahead of wooden spooners West Perth). Once the finals arrived, however, East Fremantle became pre-eminently, as the cliché has it, “a team on a mission” ... "

  • John Devaney reports on the must successful club side in WA football, the mighty Sharks of East Fremantle

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2015 Season

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East Fremantle's 2015 Fixture

Rnd H&A Club Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 S R Opponent Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 S Mgn Grd Date MR
1 H East Fremantle           vs East Perth             EFR Mar 21 (Sat, 2:05)  
2 H East Fremantle           vs Subiaco             EFR Mar 28 (Sat, 2:05)  
3 A East Fremantle           vs Peel Thunder             RUS Apr 4 (Sat, 2:05)  
4 H East Fremantle           vs Claremont             EFR Apr 11 (Sat, 2:05)  
5 A East Fremantle           vs Swan Districts             BAS Apr 18 (Sat, 2:05)  
6 A East Fremantle           vs South Fremantle             FRE Apr 25 (Sat, 2:05)  
7 East Fremantle       Bye        
8 H East Fremantle           vs Perth             EFR May 9 (Sat, 2:05)  
9 A East Fremantle           vs West Perth             AJO May 16 (Sat, 2:05)  
10 H East Fremantle           vs South Fremantle             EFR May 30 (Sat, 2:05)  
11 A East Fremantle           vs Subiaco             LEE Jun 6 (Sat, 2:05)  
12 H East Fremantle           vs Swan Districts             EFR Jun 13 (Sat, 2:05)  
13 A East Fremantle           vs East Perth             LEE Jun 20 (Sat, 2:05)  
14 H East Fremantle           vs Claremont             EFR Jun 27 (Sat, 2:05)  
15 East Fremantle       Bye        
16 A East Fremantle           vs Peel Thunder             RUS Jul 11 (Sat, 2:05)  
17 H East Fremantle           vs South Fremantle             EFR Jul 18 (Sat, 2:05)  
18 East Fremantle       Bye        
19 A East Fremantle           vs Perth             LAT Aug 1 (Sat, 2:05)  
20 H East Fremantle           vs West Perth             EFR Aug 8 (Sat, 2:05)  
21 A East Fremantle           vs Claremont             CSH Aug 15 (Sat, 2:05)  
22 A East Fremantle           vs Subiaco             LEE Aug 22 (Sat, 2:05)  
23 H East Fremantle           vs Perth             EFR Aug 29 (Sat, 2:05)