2015 Player Auction
- Tuesday, 10 March 2015
On Saturday March 14th at the 2015 Season Opening Dinner the player auction will be held. The players are grouped into 19 groups. The winning bidders will have the chance to get weekly dividend, which will be paid out for the best League and Reserves player for each round.
Weekly winner - League & Reserves are decided on the best players selection in the West Australian following each game (normally Monday). Winning bidders will be contact on the Monday following the results being posted. Weekly prizes will be available for pick up from the front office.
**Please note minimum starting bid is $350.
If you would like to place a bid before the night please CLICK HERE to register your bid before the night.
No 17 Lachlan Delahunty – Lachlan had an interrupted season last year. He is a 194cm utility that can play on the wing, in the forward line or as a tall midfielder. He also showed that he doesn’t look out of place in the ruck. Lachlan is looking forward to building on his 2014 season.
No 29 Dylan Elliott – Dylan made his league debut in 2013, and played 8 matches last season. Dylan is a medium defender that can play on tall or small players. He finished runner up in the Blakemore in season 2013.
No 45 Joe Scafidi – Joe was last years Blakemare Medalist and played 3 matches in his debut season with the seniors. A strong bodied midfielder who will continue to develop of the course of the season.
No 53 Chris Wrigley – Chris has played 11 Reserves matches. Chris is a small forward that will be looking to cement his spot in the reserves. He is a good finisher with good skills.
No 19 Brad Stevenson – Leading Goal kicker in season 2013, Brad showed last season that he can play at either end of the ground. He has a strong contested mark and reads the ball well across half back. We look forward to seeing Brad build on his 2014 season and adding to his 49 games
No. 6 Simon Moore –Simon played 12 matches last season after his prolific ball winning in the reserves taking his league tally to 27 matches. The former Blakemore Medal has had a good preseason and will play through the midfield and on the wing this season.
No 24 Craig Hoskins - Craig is a former dual Taylor medallist who has battled with injuries since graduating to the senior list. 2014 was Craig’s most consistent season playing in 16 matches and averaging 20 disposals per match
No 56 Greg Clark – Greg is an AIS scholarship holder that is still eligible for colts. A product of the Sorrento Duncraig JFC that has had a strong preseason and been on the brink of playing league football. Will play as a tall wingman this season.
No 21 Jordan Lockyer – New addition to the club from West Perth FC. Jordan spent a couple of seasons on the Sydney Swans list before returning to WA and starting fresh with the Lions. Jordan is a key position back that has slotted in well in the preseason to our defensive structure.
No 10 Chris Deluca – Had an outstanding 2014 season kicking 30 goals, Chris has had an interrupted preseason. He will be mainly used as a small forward option, but is also developing his game as a midfielder. He has tremendous work ethic to keep the ball inside our forward 50.
#67 Jeremy Woodley–Jeremy is still eligible for colts. Is an exciting small forward who has played in the reserves pre-season. Look for his freakish ability around goals
No 14 Brett Mahoney –Former Outridge Medallist. Brett had a consistent 2014 season averaging 20 disposals a match. Recruited from Mansfield FC, Brett has great speed and is a thumping kick and has showed some great form in the preseason matches this season.
No 50 Declan Jackson – Declan is a key position defender who is a former captain of the colts. He has the ability to play at CHB or FB and will be looking for opportunities this season. He can play on either tall or small forwards and look for his disposal off half back.
No 63 Harry Wilkinson – Harry joined the club in the off season after transferring from the Claremont colts program where he played 18 colts games and averaged 19 touches per game. Will play as a midfielder and small forward.
No 15 Chris Phelan – had an injury free 2014 season playing 22 matches and taking his games tally to 97 matches. He took his game to a new level in 2014 playing as a midfielder showcasing his ball winning ability.
No 35 Kyle Halligan – Kyle played 7 league games last season. Kyle is a smart forward that played in both games over the preseason, but he won’t be available until after round four due to a suspension from last year’s reserves grand final.
No 58 Ryan Vermeersch – Ryan is a key position forward who played 17 matches last season in the colts and kicked 23 goals. He hasn’t played this preseason, but look for him in the forward 50 as a key marking target.
No 59 Tom Hooper – Tom is a key position backman who is still eligible for colts. He has completed a preseason with the seniors and learnt a lot from training with Darren Rumble. Has performed well over the preseason and will be looking for opportunities at the next level this season
No 20 Clancy Wheeler – Recruited from Newtown Condingup, Clancy is in his 5th season at the club and has played 74 matches. He will play mainly forward in 2014, but has the ability to play a variety of positions including ruck, centre half back, ruck rover, wing to name a few.
No 40 Chris Bryan – Chris was still eligible for colts in 2014, but played 15 reserves matches last season. Chris is a quick defender with great evasive ability and good skills. Chris has played in both League games over the preseason.
No 44 Joel Ashman – Joel is a small midfielder who has played 7 league matches. He averaged 20 touches in the twos last season and his tackling pressure and ability to win contested possession is clearly a strong trait of his game
No 1 Kyal Horsley –The 2011 and 2014 Outridge Medallist had an outstanding 2014 season, finishing only a couple of votes behind the Sandover medallist. The 27yr old has played 110 league matches and represented the state on two occasions. The premiership captain will be looking to influence his dominance on the midfield again this season.
No 18 William Fetherstonhaugh – ‘Bill’ played 12 league matches. He is a solid defender with great athletic ability. He has enjoyed a solid preseason and is looking to add to his 12 League games.
No 41 Dylan Clarke - Clarkey has played 4 league games and was an instrumental player in the reserves last season kicking 53 goals. Many say Dylan is one of the purest kicks of the football and has an innate ability in front of goals.
No. 2 Michael Wood – Michael returns to the club after a season on the Fremantle Dockers list. An exciting tall forward that has looked lively in the preseason. Michael has played 36 WAFL League games.
No 39 Joel Latham – Joel joined the club from West Perth last season. He played 22 League matches including the Premiership. An elite runner who has good decision making ability and skill execution across back half and played through the midfield in the grandfinal.
No 31 Ryan Wade –Ryan played 5 league games last season adding to his tally of 8 matches. Very athletic, look for Ryan to make a return in the midfield in the first part of the season.
No 60 Adam Creeper - Adam is a former state 18’s player who can play as a key defender or as a ruckman. Developed into a defender last season, he also played as a forward so look for him at either end of the ground. Adam is also still eligible for colts.
No 3 Reece Blechynden – Reece is a product of the Sorrento Duncraig Football Club. He made his league debut in season 2010 and has played 60 games. Known as a good ball winner and for his exceptional long kick, Blechynden will be one to watch after returning to the club last season.
No 37 Sean Bradley – Made his debut in Kalgoorlie last season. Sean is a key position forward that was recruited from the Hamersley Carine AFC. Played in 21 of the reserves games last season and is a strong forward target who has the ability to take contested marks and play in the ruck.
No 43 James Hughes –James is a medium defender that has no fear and runs in straight lines. He played 11 reserves games last season and will be lloking to build on his tally and push for league selection.
No 42 Dave Madut - Dave played 5 league games in his debut season in 2013. After an interrupted 2013 season, the club is looking to Dave to shoulder the ruck work this season after the retirement of Andrew McDougall and the injury to Stockley.
No 16 Scott Hancock – Scott is a versatile wingman that was recruited from the East Fremantle FC over the off season. Scott has played 38 League games for East Fremantle and will be a good acquisition for the club.
No 54 Brad Waters – Brad is a graduating colt’s player who plays as a medium forward. He played 14 matches in the colts last year and has played in both preseason matches for the reserves this preseason.
No 11 Brett Robinson – Brett was recruited from the Swan Districts FC, where he played 82 League matches and two state games. Brett played in the south west last season, but has returned to the WAFL and will add some more experience to our forward line and midfield.
No 61 Aaron Summers – Aaron is a former state 18’s player and talented cricketer. Has had an interrupted preseason with his cricket commitments and injury, but you can see him on the outside, playing as a wingman. Has good endurance and speed and ability to take a string mark.
No. 64 Jak Cary – Jack is a tall who played 18 games last season. Can play as a ruck/ forward option for the reserves. Has missed a bit of preseason due to work commitments
No. 4 Rhys Waters – Former state 18’s player has played 52 league matches and will be looking to build on his games tally this season. Rhys was 4th on the clubs leading goal kickers last season, booting 34 goals.
No 36 Aaron Heal – Aaron is a key defender recruited from the Peel Football League. He played in 8 matches in his debut season for the club to add to the 4 matches he played for Peel Thunder. He is a cleaver footballer with good speed and who reads the play well.
No 47 Mathew Bogensperger – Another player from the Goldfields, Matt made his mark last season playing on the wing in the reserves. Averaging 24 touches in the reserves last year, he has been given opportunity in the league over the preseason. His pace and endurance that will see him get opportunities through the midfield.
No. 7 Sam Menegola – Sam joins the lions this season after stints on an AFL list with Richmond and Fremantle. Sam has played 35 WAFL league games and will be able to showcase his endurance as wingman this season.
No 33 Hayden Kennedy – Hayden is a former state 18’s player that can play through the midfield or as a small defender. He has great awareness in the backline and uses the ball well when coming out of defence. He 4 matches last season before injuring his shoulder, so look for him to get opportunities at league level this season.
No 34 Tom Smith – Tom was awarded best club man in season 2013. Tom made his debut last season and has great strength and ability to crash through packs as seen in the reserves matches last season and against Perth in the preseason.
No 8 Scott Worthington – Scott has played 66 WAFL games, since relocating from the Boulder Football Club as a colt’s footballer, 2014 was a frustrating and rewarding season for Scott, suffering a long term foot injury, but proving to be a finals specialist. At only 23 years old, Scott has developed into a leader on and off the field. Look for Scott’s run and precise left foot off half back.
No 22 James Garcia – James is the 2012 colts fairest and best winner. James played 2 games of league football in 2014. After a solid preseason and extra time in the gym, James will look to add to his League games tally as a medium/ tall forward.
No 48 Connor Wilkinson - Connor is a graduating colt from last year. He was also given opportunity last season in the Reserves playing in three matches. A wingman that carries the ball and runs over the lines well.
No 30 Nick Hay –Nick has had a horror injury run that continues to keep him sidelined. IS a valued member of the club and we hope to see Nick out on the park showcasing his football ability soon.
No. 9 Wayde Twomey – A premiership player for both Swan Districts and Subiaco, Wayde has played at the highest level for Carlton Football Club, and was awarded the Simpson Medal as best player afield in the WA state game last season. With his excellent leadership skills, look for Wayde directing traffic down back and his explosive run off half back.
No 13 Ray Daniels – Debuted for the Subiaco Football Club in season 2013 and played 16 games. He added 2 games to his total last season. Ray is an exciting forward and has the ability to kick multiple goals in a match and applies good pressure in the forward half.
No 62 Jordan Webster - He is a small forward that played 7 reserves matches last season. He uses the ball well in the forward line and has the ability to finish off and kick goals. He will be looking to add to his 7 games last season.
No. 5 Leigh Kitchin – Leigh was recruited from the Frankston FC where he was the captain. Having played previously for Box Hill in the VFL, Leigh will bring some experience to our midfield. Is regarded as a strong inside midfielder who showed in the preseason that he can also go forward and kick goals.
No 25 Jordan Bestry – Jordan made his league debut in season 2014 playing two games. A tall developing ruckman that is capable of damaging the opposition with his marking ability and finish close to goals in the forward line. One to watch in 2015.
No 49 Mitch McPhee - Mitch was recruited from the West Perth FC in the off season. After an interrupted preseason, Mitch has shown his class in the forward half with his marking ability and quality finish in front of goal. Welcome to the club.
No 66 Taylor Smith – Taylor is another graduating colt’s player who is from Ports FC in Esperance. He only played a handful of games last season and has spent some time in the rehab group this preseason. He is hoping to get back out on the track soon to push for selection
No 12 Matt Boland – Matt was the clubs leading goalkicker last season with 53 Goals and narrowly missing out on the Bernie Naylor Medal. Matt is an exciting key forward that has a strong set of hands and accurate kick on goal.
No 32 Luke Norriss – Luke had an consistent 2014 season, playing 20 matches and averaging 20 disposals per game. A prodigious kick of the ball, Luke has played in both preseason games for the league and will pushing for selection round 1.
No 46 Tim Edwards – Winner of the Colts Taylor Medal last season, Tim is a classy midfielder who has the ability to play inside and outside. Tim has had a solid preseason and good for in the preseason matches.
No 28 Shane Yarran – Burst onto the scene in 2014 playing 20 league games and kicking 39 goals. The excitement machine will play in the forward line this season and look for him to take mark of the year or goal of the year with his raw pace and ability to find the football in the forward line.
No 26 Charlie Le Fanu – Played 16 league games last season and was a member of the 2014 premiership side. You can see Charlie’s explosive dash off half back or on the wing this season. Is a solid defender but has the ability to play on the wing and as a defender.
No 38 Matt Panizza – Matt is a medium/tall defender that had his first full season with the reserves last season. Recruited from the Southern Cross FC, Matt is a solid defender that will be looking to play league football this season coming off a strong preseason.
No 55 Cody Grace –Cody is a strong power forward who is recovering from a knee reconstruction last season. He has been working hard in the gym and eying a return to football in the coming weeks. Only played a handful of matches last season where he kicked a bag of 8 goals before injuring his knee.
No 23 Darren Rumble – Darren is the most capped player at the club with 211 matches. Darren is a 5 time premiership player and newest member of the 200 club. He will be found close to goals at the defenders end of the ground.
No 52 – Braden Fimmano - Braden was recruited from the South Fremantle FC. Looking for a new start at a new club, Braden played in the League side in the preseason and didn’t look overawed. He is a wingman with good foot skills and ability to use the footy in open spaces.
No 51 Max Walters - He is still eligible for colts, but has been doing a preseason with the seniors. He had an interrupted preseason but has played for the reserves in the preseason and the former state 18’s player looks lively across half forward.
No 65 Ian Garlett – Ian returned to the club this preseason after playing the the amateurs last season. Ian is a small forward looking for opportunities in the reserves this season.