Club unity above all

West Perth captain Aaron Black has his eyes on the ball. Picture: Dan White
West Perth captain Aaron Black has his eyes on the ball. Picture: Dan White

IT’S really time for staying united and working hard (after West Perth lost to Swan Districts in the Anzac round at the weekend, a fourth-straight loss to start the season).

We can look for theories and be pointing fingers but good teams stick together tight, concentrate on process and do the hard work to get it done.

This Saturday against East Fremantle is a game both teams are a chance to win.

They will be looking at our form and be thinking it’s a chance to get our first win. And likewise with us.

Pre-season form (the Falcons thrashed the Sharks) doesn’t come into it.

We’re confident that if we play our best football, we will be good enough to beat them.

Navy veteran in Anzac Day commemorations

Navy veteran Graeme Woodford and bugler Irwin Palmer were guests of West Perth ahead of the clash with Swan Districts at Joondalup Arena on Saturday. Picture: J Bianchini