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2017 Kimberley Spirit who played Claremont on the Haynes Oval in July
Joel Hamling Debut game Round 9 May 30th 2015 with Western Bulldogs against GWS.
PLAYED IN WESTERN BULLDOGS SUCCESSFUL GRAND FINAL 2016
The 23 year old graduated from Broome High School. He marked Lance Franklin restricting him to just 16 disposals, 8 marks and 1 goal. Hamling played in the 2009 Cable Beach Premiership.
He is the first AFL Premiership player with his beginnings in Broome.
2016 WKFL V NPFL
Despite jumping out of the blocks early and setting up a 26 point lead at halftime, the WKFL was overrun by the NPFL in last Saturday's representative game held in Port Hedland.
Congratulations to all those involved with the WKFL side as you represented the broader West Kimberley with pride.
Graeme Hastie was quoted as saying, "It was a privilege to have been involved with such a wonderful group of young men. They represented the WKFL with great pride and respect."
We look forward to the next opportunity set for 2018 when the WKFL will host the NPFL.
FIRST GAME OF WOMEN'S FOOTBALL IN BROOME - 8th Aug
WON BY CABLE BEACH
Annie Dann and Sam Alexeeff
RULES AND REGULATIONS (WKFL Constitution)
Joel Hamling Debut game May 30th 2015 with Western Bulldogs against GWS.
(Courtesy: Broome Advertiser - June 2015)
Kevin Sheedy visited Broome from 17th - 21st June 2015
Kevin Sheedy AM is a former Australian rules football coach and player in the Australian Football League. He played and coached in a combined total of 929 games over 47 years from 1967 until 2013, which is a VFL/AFL record.
(Courtesy of the Advertiser Sept 2014)
2013 West Coast rookie pick 22 - Rowen Powell from Broome
* Delisted by the Eagles in October 2015