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WARL Senior Results
Round 17 Smarter Than Smoking Premiership
First Grade
North Beach 14 bt Kalamunda 10
Fremantle 38 bt Willagee 18
Rockingham 34 bt Joondalup 30
South Perth BYE
Reserve Grade
South Perth 74 bt South West 16
North Beach 38 bt Kalamunda 0
Willagee 28 bt Fremantle 24
Rockingham 24 bt Joondalup 10

Third Grade
North Beach 18 bt Kalamunda 14
Willagee 18 bt Fremantle 10
Joondalup BYE
South West BYE

South Perth 2 bt South West 0
Kalamunda 8 bt North Beach 4
Fremantle 14 bt Willagee 0
Joondalup 4 bt Rockingham 0

Under 18’s
South Perth 20 bt South West 4
Kalamunda 44 bt North Beach 0
Rockingham 38 bt Joondalup 22
Fremantle BYE


WARL Junior Results
Round 15 Smarter Than Smoking Premiership

Under 16
Rockingham 20 bt South Perth 18
Fremantle bt Mandurah (fft)

Joondalup 22 bt Willagee 6
Kalamunda 40 bt North Beach 0
Fremantle 10 drew with South West 10
South Perth 26 bt Rockingham 16

Under 14
Joondalup 60 bt South West 4
North Beach 28 bt Kalamunda 18
Rockingham 30 bt South Perth 16

Under 13
Kalamunda 54 bt North Beach 14
South Perth 66 bt Rockingham 14

Under 12
North Beach 28 bt Kalamunda 16
Joodalup bt South West (fft)
Fremantle 46 bt Mandurah 0
Rockingham 58 bt South Perth 0

Under 11
Joondalup 42 bt Willagee 6
Fremantle 42 bt Mandurah 0
South Perth 16 bt Rockingham 6



Check out this week’s edition of the WARL Smarter Than Smoking Premiership Round 17 Newsletter. Featuring all the latest ladders from all grades, First Grade previews and more.


By Justin Fris


Willagee v Fremantle – Webber Reserve
Kalamunda v North Beach – Pioneer Park
Rockingham v Joondalup – Franklin Offshore



 Fans look set for a feast of quality rugby league on Saturday at Webber Reserve.

In a potential semi final preview, both Willagee and Fremantle need victory for different reasons.

For the Bears, the ecstasy of sealing third spot would be almost assured.

With wintery conditions set to continue, the match is primed for a gritty workmanlike Bears effort.

However Fremantle will have ideas of their own.

The Roosters have exhibited the efficiency of a German home appliance in recent weeks.

Both sides will also breathe a little easier if Joondalup slip up against Rockingham .



Joondalup’s finals hopes hinge on victory over Rockingham at Lark Hill on Saturday.

A loss coupled with a Fremantle victory at Webber Reserve, would see the Giants fall two games behind in the race for 4th place.

They won’t get any favours from Rockingham either.

Plagued by injury in 2014, the Sharks have played more freely in recent weeks and the play has been scintillating.

One reason alone to travel to Lark Hill this week is to watch Vincent Silulu.

A nippy mover, Silulu’s talent would brighten the sky during the gloomiest storm.

League followers will be glued to updates of this match around the city, as the result will play a major part in deciding the final four.



 Kalamunda and North Beach go into Saturday’s contest at Pioneer Park with mixed emotions.

For Beach, they would be seething at letting South Perth off the hook last week.

After dominating field position over the Lions early, four sets of six in as many minutes all resulted in turnovers.

Beach never recovered from this period of play and toughed their way through a forgettable performance.

You can be sure Ryan Gundry has his men primed for a swift rebound.

Kalamunda’s fans have witnessed further hidings in recent weeks and surely must wonder when their luck will change.

On a boggy track with an unforgiving wind, there may never be a better chance to cause a boilover for their loyal fans.


Picture – North Beach v South Perth – WARL Round 16 – MEN OF LEAGUE HERITAGE ROUND

MOL Round - NB v SP

By Justin Fris


  • North Beach v South Perth
  • Fremantle v Joondalup
  • Willagee v Kalamunda


North Beach and South Perth renew hostilities at Charles Riley Reserve on Saturday, easily the matchup of the season.

The advantages that both sides can gain from winning this match are huge.

Since being belted 30-6 in round nine, Beach have lifted their tempo and played merciless football.

But the question is: has Ryan Gundry learned enough from the loss to tame ‘Barney’ Nixon’s men this time?

A solid South Perth victory would deal a massive psychological wedge to Beach prior to the finals.



 Fremantle came ever so close to knocking off North Beach last week.

A new challenge looms this Saturday at Ken Allen Field, with Joondalup arriving intent on maintaining their finals push.

Both sides will also keep one eye on Willagee’s match, with a Bears slip up against Kalamunda beneficial to both.

The Roosters know what they have to achieve for victory, as their form for success has been excellent.

When they are on song, the Giants are also deadly.

Trailing 14-4 early last week at Pioneer Park, Caleb Reedy lead a surge of 34 unanswered points for his men.

Whoever gains control in the forwards will hold the key for a vital two points.



Willagee can gain further hold on third place with a convincing showing against Kalamunda at Webber Reserve.

But the Bears know this match has ‘trap game’ written all over it.

Up 14-4 last week against Joondalup, the Bulldogs showed positive signs. It was a pleasure to see such quality rugby league.

Unfortunately, as the lead became deficit, silly penalties through ill discipline crept in and cost them victory of a winnable game.

Both sides have impressive forward packs and will tire each other out as the match wears on.

Whoever has the stamina and keeps their head will walk away with victory.


Rd 15 FRvNB - #7 Beach Rd 15 FRvNB - #12 BeachImages from Rd 15 Fremantle v North Beach:

  • North Beach’s Ryan Dickson kicking the penalty goal that puts them in front of Fremantle by 6 (top).
  • Wayne Ryburn taking a hit up for North Beach (bottom).