He went on to play in Claremont's 2011 and 2012 premiership sides, having also represented Western Australia in two interstate matches. Mark LeCras is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League (AFL). West Coast (2014–present)
The 2014 season also marks the first season of the club's reserves affiliation with the East Perth Football Club in the West Australian Football League (WAFL). He had a blistering start to the 2017 season in a new role across the half-back flank. A call from then Claremont chief executive Todd Shimmon, who had played Sunday league with the boys’ father Craig at Applecross, prompted Yeo to have another crack at league football with the Tigers. The West Coast Eagles Football Club is a professional Australian rules football club based in Perth, Western Australia, and plays in the Australian Football League (AFL). He mainly plays as a key position forward. Yeo has played 129 games for the Eagles since returning home from Brisbane at the end of 2013.
Thomas Barrass is an Australian rules footballer who plays for the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League (AFL).  However, at the end of the season he requested to be traded back to a team in his home state. Yeo was selected in the All-Australian team in 2017 and won a premiership in 2018, and won a John Worsfold Medal during both years. He has an older brother, Corey, who currently plays for Perth in the West Australian Football League (WAFL). “You’ve got to get things in order outside of football and what you’re going to do that way,” he said. He said the Sunday afternoon in his lounge room when his son decided to come home remained vivid. Fraser McInnes is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League (AFL). Barrass was drafted by West Coast with pick 43 of the 2013 national draft, but did not make his senior debut until round 17 of the 2015 AFL season. Yeo later broke his hand in round 13 against the Gold Coast, due to which he missed nine weeks of the season and did not return until round 23. John Richard Worsfold is a former Australian rules football coach and player. Desmond Edmond Headland, Jr is an Australian rules footballer currently playing for Subiaco in the West Australian Football League and a conservative political candidate. He started as a tagger last season and while he is still called on to play defensive roles occasionally, he has expanded his game so far under coach Michael Broadbridge that he is now one of the league’s most prolific and damaging midfielders. He led the AFLCA voting at one point, and surged into contention for the Brownlow Medal, with the TAB slashing his odds from $201 to $34 by round seven. “I want to help Claremont win a premiership and I will be doing everything in my powers to make that happen over the next few years.”. Yeo had a breakout season in 2015, playing all but one of his team's 25 games (including the grand final loss to Hawthorn). , In 2016, Yeo showed flashes of brilliance but was criticised for inconsistency. They are both among the most improved players in their second years at their second clubs. Perth mum fighting for life after Beeliar stab horror, McGowan’s $100k COVID ‘sentiment’ bill blasted by Libs, Freo need Hogan, Blakely trades to net big fish, Ex-Tiger Richardson fired up by dad’s footy heroics, McIntosh denies ever wanting to leave Tigerland, Geelong’s support cast drive Cats to grand final, Cult WA Tiger talked out of leaving AFL hub.
To enable Verizon Media and our partners to process your personal data select 'I agree', or select 'Manage settings' for more information and to manage your choices. West Coast superstar Elliot Yeo has turned to working in a bottle shop to keep busy during the AFL shutdown, admitting life after football has crossed his mind. . Corey was one of a group of promising young East Fremantle midfielders, including Aidan Tropiano, Scott Hancock and Matthew Jukes, who moved to other clubs when their progress was stymied by the presence of a group of senior stars. In 2016, Yeo showed flashes of brilliance but was criticised for inconsistency. Claremont’s Corey Yeo,left, and his brother Elliot of West Coast are crucial players as their teams surge in 2015. Credit: The West Australian They are both big-bodied and creative midfielders who have made successful transitions from defensive roles. “On other days, I try to keep the fitness up. He had a 166-game Australian Football League career, playing for Brisbane and Fremantle. Liam Duggan is a professional Australian rules footballer who plays for the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League (AFL). Yeo kicked 18 goals for the season, including four in one game against Gold Coast (along with 29 possessions and nine marks). In a bizarre incident in round 10, 2014, he collided with the shoulder of Collingwood defender Jarrod Witts, causing his two front teeth to snap off. He previously played for the Brisbane Lions between 2012 and 2013. In round 20, he won his first Glendinning–Allan Medal as best afield in the Western Derby. “Like most clubs and players we have to train in pairs.
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