Waterman kicked five goals on his WAFL debut for Claremont in 2016 as an 18-year-old. That season he played four WAFL senior matches averaging 12 disposals, four marks and kicked seven goals. He returned to WAFL colts level for the finals series and helped Claremont to a premiership, gathering 20 disposals and kicking four goals in the Grand Final.
After being drafted to the West Coast Eagles he struggled with injury in 2017 but since debuting in round one of 2018 he hasn’t looked back. The highlight of his career to date is the Round 6 NAB Rising Star nomination which was more for a very solid month rather than a once off performance. He works so hard for the team playing his role but always getting amongst the goals.
Hogan, a key forward, played in the colts at Claremont and received an All-Australian selection as a junior in the 2012 AFL Under 18 Championships. Following this Hogan was drafted by Melbourne in the 2012 mini-draft. After a back injury ruined his 2014 season, he made his AFL debut in the 2015 season and won the Ron Evans Medal as the AFL Rising Star. In his two playing years for Melbourne, he has been the leading goalkicker in both seasons.
In 2012 Mitchell won the Sandover Medal for the best and fairest player in the WAFL. Mitchell was then selected by Port Adelaide in the 2013 Rookie Draft. In 2015, he was promoted to Port’s senior list, but was delisted at the conclusion of the 2016 season. He played 35 games for Port.
A former Claremont league player, Colyer was selected by Essendon in the 2009 AFL draft. He played his first game in round 3 of the 2010 season. Colyer was one of the 33 players caught up in the Essendon performance enhancing drugs scandal. He was suspended and subsequently missed the 2016 season.
McGinnity was recruited from Claremont in 2008 by West Coast. He mainly played a tagging role throughout his career. In total he played 93 games for West Coast until he was delisted at the end of 2016.
Played for Subiaco before being drafted by West Coast Eagles. He played 3 games for West Coast before moving to Adelaide in 1995 where he had a brilliant season, winning the Crows Best and Fairest, and a position in the WA State of Origin side. ??He played in both of Adelaide’s Premierships in 1997 and 1998, playing a total of 96 games for the team. Connell now heads up the Sports Department at his former school Newman College.
Moss was drafted by Hawthorn in 2006 from East Perth. After making his debut in 2007 he was wrecked by injuries and didn???t play in the league until the start of 2009. During that season he was awarded an AFL Rising Star nomination. He played a total of 14 AFL games.
Burton was a ruckman for Subiaco before being drafted by West Coast in 1990. He spent 4 seasons there without playing a game, and was cut in 1994. Burton was then snapped up by Fremantle and went on to play 70 games over the next four years before being de-listed. In 1999 he was picked up by the Kangaroos where he stayed until 2003, playing 77 games for the team.
Burton was a ruckman for Subiaco, and was drafted by Richmond in 1991. He played for Richmond reserves until he returned to Subiaco in 1994. He was then recruited to be an inaugural member of Fremantle along with his brother Matthew. He played two games for Fremantle, but was plagued by injuries.
Played for West Perth, and moved to Richmond in 1983. He played 13 games for the club before returning to West Perth, where he won both the club???s best and fairest and leading goal-kicker awards in the 1986 WAFL season.