Kwinana Courier - - Sport -

Sup­port­ers can travel to the game on Sun­day via a spe­cially-char­tered bus. The bus will leave Rush­ton Park at 11.30am and leave Su­bi­aco at 6pm. The cost of $20 re­turn must be paid prior to the week­end. Con­tact the foot­ball club to book a seat. PEEL Thun­der are chas­ing back-to-back grand fi­nal suc­cess as they count down the days to this Sun­day’s WAFL de­cider against Su­bi­aco.

Peel Thun­der chief ex­ec­u­tive John Ditch­burn ap­pealed to lo­cals to sup­port their lo­cal team.

“We would love to see as many lo­cals as pos­si­ble at Su­bi­aco Oval this Sun­day. It would be great if all our sup­port­ers could come up to cheer on their team,” he said.

Peel Thun­der sup­port­ers who make the trip to Su­bi­aco on the long week­end will be part of his­tory.

Af­ter 132 WAFL grand fi­nals, this will be the last grand fi­nal to be played at the tra­di­tional home of WA foot­ball.

The his­toric game will show­case some of the best foot­ball WA has to of­fer.

Or­gan­is­ers said the grand fi­nal en­cap­su­lated the spirit of the WAFL com­pe­ti­tion.

It would il­lus­trate the tra­di­tion and im­por­tance of state foot­ball, they said.

Peel Thun­der fans are en­cour­aged to wear their team colours.

Pic­ture: Theron Kirkman

Peel Thun­der play­ers cel­e­brate mak­ing the grand fi­nal.

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