SOME of the WAFL�s best talent hit the track last night to prepare for the state clash against the South Australian National Football League later this month.
On a cold evening at Fremantle Oval, players spent about 20 minutes running through some light drills before heading back to the dugout.
It was their first training session together in the lead up to its meeting with the SANFL at Lathlain Park on May 23.
The squad will train at the WACA next Monday, with further preparation to take place at Subiaco Oval and Lathlain Park.
Those not currently in head coach Darren Harris� squad are still in with a shot, with form and fitness over the coming weeks to play a part in the makeup of the game-day 25.
Claremont: Ryan Neates
East Fremantle: Liam Anthony, Andrew Stephen, Brock O�Brien, Rory O�Brien, Bradd Dalziell
East Perth: Paul Johnson, Brendan Lee, Kyle Anderson, Stephen Payne
Peel: Brendan Jones, Gerald Ugle, Leroy Jetta
Perth: Aidan Tropiano
South Fremantle: Ashton Hams, Ryan Cook, Ben Saunders, Blayne Wilson, Marlon Pickett
Subiaco: Chris Phelan, Lachlan Delahunty, Clancy Wheeler, Kyal Horsley, Shane Yarran, Leigh Kitchin
Swan Districts: Tallan Ames, Justin Simpson, Tony Notte, Ryan Davis, Matt Riggio
West Perth: Aaron Black, Laine Rasmussen, Chris Keunen, Jay Van Berlo, Shane Nelson, Andrew Strijk
Head coach Darren Harris
Forwards coach John Dimmer
Backs coach: Tony Micale
Midfield coach: Adam Selwood
Bench coach: Geoff Valentine and Shane Cable
Chairman of selectors: Brett Barber