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The West Australian Football League holds a grand final every year to determine the premiership winning team.
Last 10 WAFL Grand Finals
The last ten WAFL Grand Finals have featured eight of the nine clubs (Perth last qualified for a Grand Final in 1978), and six of these eight clubs have won the premiership (East Fremantle and East Perth last won the premiership in 1998 and 2002 respectively).
|Year||Premiers||Runners up||Simpson Medal||Venue||Attendance|
|2009||South Fremantle||Subiaco||Ashton Hams||Subiaco Oval||22,738|
|2010||Swan Districts||Claremont||Andrew Krakouer||Subiaco Oval||24,638|
|2011||Claremont||Subiaco||Beau Wilkes||Patersons Stadium||15,459|
|2012||Claremont||East Fremantle||Paul Medhurst||Patersons Stadium||18,612|
|2013||West Perth||East Perth||Mark Hutchings||Patersons Stadium||20,008|
|2014||Subiaco||East Perth||Jason Bristow||Patersons Stadium||11,987|
|2015||Subiaco||West Perth||Matt Boland||Domain Stadium||13,094|
|2016||Peel Thunder||Subiaco||Connor Blakely||Domain Stadium||15,031|
|2017||Peel Thunder||Subiaco||Luke Ryan||Domain Stadium||18,180|
|2018||Subiaco||West Perth||Kyal Horsley||Optus Stadium||25,064|
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