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  1. Round 5 vs Bullcreek Leeming:Tigers Swamp the Creek

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    West Coast Cowan made it three wins in a row with a convincing victory over Bullcreek-Leeming at City Beach Oval, WCC 12.15 (87) def BL 9.7 (51).  Co-Captain Todd Nisbett got things off to a good start winning the toss and electing to kick with a four goal wind in the first quarter but Cowan started sluggishly taking a small lead into the first break. In the second quarter Cowan managed to restrict Bullcreek-Leeming from taking an advantage with the wind however could not impact the scoreboard themselves; Lee stringer and Guy Boudville were key players at the half. In...
  2. Fevola Catches up with the Coasters

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    Fresh after a ten goal haul for the Rockingham Rams on the weekend former Carlton and Brisbane forward Brendan Fevola is stopping by City Beach Oval to have a chat about his controversial career and no doubt knock back a few beers. Fev will hang around before and after his talk to sign autographs, pose for photos and answer your questions. For your chance to meet the ‘Fev’ come down to the club rooms Thursday 30th May at 7:30pm Tickets and more information are available on the door or at a discounted rate online via  
  3. Round 4 vs Scarborough

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    The WCC Tigers continue to roar as they proved too strong for local rivals Scarborough at Millington Reserve in a feisty clash which saw two Scarborough players receive yellow cards. The previously undefeated Scarborough now joins Cowan in the logjam of teams behind Kalamunda. The total team effort by Cowan overwhelmed the home side as they could not match the intensity or gain any momentum.  The midfielders had a key influence on the result as they were able to put their opponents under continuous pressure which often resulted in turnovers and ineffective forward thrusts. Paddy Upton-Davis and Patrick Brennan continued...
  4. Round 3 vs North Fremantle

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    West Coast Cowan expected strong competition against former A grade club North Fremantle and having lost the first two games in B grade the away side had a point to prove. However it was the Tigers who came out on top at City Beach Oval, West Coast Cowan 10.11 (71) def North Fremantle 7.10 (52). The first quarter was a struggle with Cowan taking a slight lead which turned into a four goal lead at the half. In the final term the rain came down and the stronger bodies of the away side made a surge but it was too late...
  5. Round 2 Vs Willetton

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    After enjoying success in all four grades in round one the West Coast Cowan Tigers were looking to make their mark on the competition with another win against a Willetton side that the league team beat twice in 2012.  Every team wants to win the first home game of the season however the players were able to use the new clubrooms and facilities for the first time and wanted to christen them with a win. There was no lack of motivation yet there was a lack of skill and focus as a poor second quarter, where Willetton scored seven goals,...
  6. Round 1 vs Stirling

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    The first round of fixtures see the Tigers’ “B” League, Reserves and Colts teams take on Stirling FC at Richard Guefli Reserve, while our “E1″ team plays their first home game of the year at City Beach Oval against the club’s old nemesis, Coolbinia West Perth who WCC came up against (and beat!) to win the 2006 premiership. After a long, hot pre-season which Taylor “nandos” Smith and Rex Fleay clearly missed, we are looking forward to getting back on the park for a season which is full of promise, with senior coach, Marcus Ayres, returning to the helm, and...

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