West Coast Eagles
West Coast coach John Worsfold says there's zero chance of a rival AFL side poaching Nic Naitanui while the star ruckman is still contracted to the Eagles.
Brad Elborough Amid more injury concerns comes some good news for West Coast with premiership hero Andrew Embley set to return to action this weekend.
JON PIERIK North Melbourne defender maintains there is little point debating free kick.
JESSE HOGAN Only mistake made by umpire was his immediate justification for it, AFL says.
ANDREW WU GWS coach willing to trade away year’s worth of draft selections to lure ruckman.
The controversial free kick which set up West Coast's after-the-siren win over North Melbourne on Friday night has been ruled correct by the AFL.
West Coast midfielder Andrew Gaff hopes the momentum gained from Nic Naitanui's latest heroics will help propel the club towards further success this AFL season.
Brad Elborough Nic Naitanui 1 – Majak Daw 0. North Melbourne’s Daw had to sit on the sidelines, subbed out of the game late in the third term, and watch as Naitanui took a screaming mark and kicked a goal after the siren to give the Eagles a thrilling two-point win.
Brad Elborough West Coast's medical staff will be working overtime this week as the Eagles prepare to meet Greater Western Sydney next Saturday at Skoda Stadium.
Brad Elborough North Melbourne coach Brad Scott says that there is still some confusion among the Kangaroos players about the "advantage rule".
Brad Elborough, Perth West Coast ruckman Nic Naitanui kicks a goal after the final siren to lift the Eagles to a thrilling two-point win.
Brad Elborough Nic Naitanui knows how to finish a story.
Teo Pellizzeri North Melbourne travels west for what is always a daunting away trip against the West Coast Eagles at Patersons Stadium. How will Majak Daw perform on the wide expanses for the Roos?
Brad Elborough Season 2014 - and an official affiliation with WAFL clubs - cannot come around quick enough for West Coast and Fremantle.
EMMA QUAYLE One player was athletic, competitive and an enthusiastic student. He understood exactly how hard he needed to work if he was going to make it in the AFL. The second player ticked the first three boxes, too, and has made huge improvements in the fourth category.
ROBERT WALLS Excitement machines bring back memories of others worth paying to see.
Brad Elborough West Coast defender Shannon Hurn believes the Eagles have enough talent to cover for their skipper Darren Glass, should he decide to retire at the end of this season.
Perth Sydney premiership forward Barry Hall was left haunted for years by the flogging he copped at the hands of Darren Glass in the 2006 AFL grand final.
West Coast midfielder Matt Priddis believes the early-season absence of ruckman Nic Naitanui could end up being a blessing in disguise for the AFL club.
West Coast vice-captain Beau Waters says the leadership provided by skipper Darren Glass will benefit the AFL club for generations to come.
West Coast forward Mark Nicoski will put 14 months of frustrating rehabilitation behind him when he makes his long-awaited playing return in the WAFL on Saturday.
Perth West Coast forward Mark Nicoski will put 14 months of frustrating rehabilitation behind him when he makes his long-awaited playing return in the WAFL on Saturday.
Andrew Stafford, Brisbane An off-field clanger reflects the Brisbane Lions' efforts on it on Saturday.
Andrew Stafford, Brisbane Brisbane Lions coach sidesteps speculation around his future.
Two words sum up why Lions are confident ahead of the clash with Eagles.
Fremantle might currently six sixth on the AFL ladder but the Dockers haven't been able to crack it for a top-50 player under the AFL's new ratings system.
Perth West Coast coach John Worsfold says ruckman Nic Naitanui is ready to play close to a full game in Saturday's clash with Brisbane at the Gabba.
West Coast skipper Darren Glass says he'll probably wait until the tail-end of the AFL season before deciding whether to play on next year.
Perth West Coast skipper Darren Glass says he'll probably wait until the tailend of the AFL season before deciding whether to play on next year.