Fremantle and West Coast's chances 2024 and beyond.

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Saw an newspaper article (From prior to Round 5) regarding both WA Teams chances with Mick Malthouse pointing out that Fremantle are finals bound for 2024 and what happened last week for West Coast against Sydney there are signs of pulse thanks to Harley Reid's performance.

Tonight's game for Freo is the second of five losses for 2024 (The further three are Round 12 vs Melbourne, Round 16 vs Sydney and Round 22 vs Geelong) whereas West Coast will only win four or five games with the definite wins including: Round 13 vs North Melbourne, Round 15 vs Hawthorn and Round 21 vs Gold Coast).

During the summer months of 2023-2024 (Right after end of AFLW Season 8), I predicted that both West Coast and Fremantle AFL Men's Teams will finish 11th and 12th respectively.

All in all, here are WA's Premiership Chances (Both AFL and AFLW) from High to Low (In order) for remainder of the 2020s Decade:

1. Fremantle AFLW
2. West Coast AFL
3. Fremantle AFL
4. West Coast AFLW.
 
Saw an newspaper article (From prior to Round 5) regarding both WA Teams chances with Mick Malthouse pointing out that Fremantle are finals bound for 2024 and what happened last week for West Coast against Sydney there are signs of pulse thanks to Harley Reid's performance.

Tonight's game for Freo is the second of five losses for 2024 (The further three are Round 12 vs Melbourne, Round 16 vs Sydney and Round 22 vs Geelong) whereas West Coast will only win four or five games with the definite wins including: Round 13 vs North Melbourne, Round 15 vs Hawthorn and Round 21 vs Gold Coast).

During the summer months of 2023-2024 (Right after end of AFLW Season 8), I predicted that both West Coast and Fremantle AFL Men's Teams will finish 11th and 12th respectively.

All in all, here are WA's Premiership Chances (Both AFL and AFLW) from High to Low (In order) for remainder of the 2020s Decade:

1. Fremantle AFLW
2. West Coast AFL
3. Fremantle AFL
4. West Coast AFLW.
You think that Freo are going to have an 18 win season but still think WC are a better chance of a flag this decade than freo?
 
Saw an newspaper article (From prior to Round 5) regarding both WA Teams chances with Mick Malthouse pointing out that Fremantle are finals bound for 2024 and what happened last week for West Coast against Sydney there are signs of pulse thanks to Harley Reid's performance.

Tonight's game for Freo is the second of five losses for 2024 (The further three are Round 12 vs Melbourne, Round 16 vs Sydney and Round 22 vs Geelong) whereas West Coast will only win four or five games with the definite wins including: Round 13 vs North Melbourne, Round 15 vs Hawthorn and Round 21 vs Gold Coast).

During the summer months of 2023-2024 (Right after end of AFLW Season 8), I predicted that both West Coast and Fremantle AFL Men's Teams will finish 11th and 12th respectively.

All in all, here are WA's Premiership Chances (Both AFL and AFLW) from High to Low (In order) for remainder of the 2020s Decade:

1. Fremantle AFLW
2. West Coast AFL
3. Fremantle AFL
4. West Coast AFLW.
Based on what? Your opinion?
 

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Fair enough, I guess you dont rate your clubs talent enough to think theyll win a grand final? Losing a few players to the east coast has definitely hurt
 

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