#31 Drew Williamson














Joined the Wildcats for season 2009/10 and went on to be a championship player in that same year..Spent two years under the guidance of former Adelaide 36ers head coach Mike Dunlap at Metro State... Named the 2006 RMAC Preseason Defensive Player of the Year and to the Preseason all-RMAC East Division team...Averaged 17.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and 3.7 steals per game in his senior season at college, whilst also being named in the All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference First Team…Played his 2002-03 freshman and 2003-04 sophomore seasons at Fordham University in New York... Member of the 2003 and 2005 Australian Men’s World University Games Team that competed in Korea and Turkey...Played three years of basketball at Barker College in Sydney, from which he graduated from in 2001…Member of the team that won the State Championship as a 2001 senior with a perfect 21-0 record.


Hit his first 17 free-throws straight in 2008 before his first miss…Scored a career high 16 points against the Blaze in the last regular season game of 2008…Hit 4-from-5 three-pointers in that match…Started in 13 of his 27 games in 2008 after no starts in his debut season.

#25 Jarrod Balcombe

Balcombe, a development player for the Perth Wildcats for the 2010/11 iiNet NBL Championship season. 

Originally from the Gold Coast before coming to Perth at an early age and has been playing basketball for the East Perth Eagles since he was aged nine.

Named  2008 MVP for the East Perth Eagles

#32 Tom Jervis

2005 SBL top ahot blocker WA U18 & U20 State Team Playing both Junior College and Div 1 in USA for Troy University

#19 WABL Finals 2011 - East Perth Eagles U15 Men Champions

East Perth District Basketball Association (Inc.) (“EPDBA’) is pleased to advise that the East Perth Eagles U15 Men have won the 2011 Western Australian Basketball League Grand Final against Willetton Tigers.
The U18/1 Men played well but in the end went down to Stirling Senators.

Under 15 Men
The East Perth Eagles Under 15 Men defeated Willetton Tigers 80 - 64 in a great team game.   

In the first quarter the Tigers established a small 2 point lead in a high scoring quarter 25 - 23.  Mitchell Robb and Shaun Ameduri had a great first quarter working inside the paint. 

The Eagles came out in the second quarter with a renewed defensive effort and shut the Tigers down and had in not been for a long three point short on the half time siren, the Eagles would have led by eight.  As it was the Eagles went into the half time break 49 -44.  A great defensive quarter from WABL MVP and All-Star Andre Donlagic and at the offensive end WABL U15 All-Star Shaquille Maharaj scored five points for the quarter while Mitchell Robb continued on from the first quarter.   

If the second quarter was good from a defensive viewpoint then the the third quarter was tighter again.
The whole team contributed during the quarter with constant rotation of players keeping up the pressure.
The Eagles restricted the Tigers to 15 for the quarter while scoring 24 themselves.
Andre Donlagic came out in a positve mood taking it to the basket, drawing a foul and going to the line to score both. Andre went on to score nine points for the quarter. The end of the quarter saw Issac Petruzio take a foul while shooting a three where he went to the line. At the line Issac converted all three free throws to extend the lead to 14 with the Eagles leading 73 to 59.    

The fourth quarter was very tight. The Tigers put on the first three points for the quarter behind some pressure defence until Nathan Sparks put in a two from outside the key way with an assist by Andre Donlagic followed by another important scoring drive to the basket by Shaun Ameduri. The game got tighter in the last couple of minutes with Tigers shaping up to take threes to bridge the gap but a monster block by Mitchell Robb and a steal by Nathan Sparks turned the momentum which saw the Co-Captain Nick Moulton steady the ship controlling the ball at the point. The quarter saw the Eagles score 7 to the Tigers 5 with a memorable win by 14 points , 80 - 64.  

A great team effort by the Eagles with notable performances: 
Shaun Ameduri (19 pts, 2 steals and 3 assists)
Mitchell Robb (16 pts, 16 rebounds)
Andre Donlagic (13 pts, 6 assists, 8 rebounds)
Shaquille Maharaj (11 pts)
Issac Petruzio (10 pts with 7 from 7 at the free throw line)

Coach Adam Forde said "It was an amazing and rewarding season. We have had our run with illness, injuries, and other obstacles  but the will-power and togetherness of the team was unshakeable."
"What a fantastic end to a fantastic year."  
Under 18/1 Men
The Under 18/1 Men lost to Stirling Senators 74 to 66.  Game details still to be provided.   
Congratulations to Jim Purcell and the team on a great effort for the season and coming from fourth in the Northern Conference to play in the Grand Final and get so close. We congratulate both teams on their efforts during the finals culminating in two great games in the Grand Finals.  To the Under 15 Men WABL Champions congratulations. 

We look forward to next season.

#10 John Taylor

#16 WSBL Australian Central East Perth Eagles

#29 Samantha Norwood

#11 Melissa Winfield

#12 Nicole Jorre de St Jorre

#8 Elizabeth Cooke

#17 WSBL 2011 Team

#9 Jarrod Balcombe

#13 Samantha Norwood

#15 William Edge

#23 Drew Williamson

#7 Drew Williamson

#26 Tom Jervis

#28 Tom Jervis

#14 Tom Jervis

#33 Joseph Acuil, Joseph Swaka & Keanu Pinder @ AIS

#34 Ooops how did that get in here!

#35 Mens D-League 2011

#36 Training

#37 Mens SBL Squad 2011

WSBL Team 2012

Tom Jervis

Eagles 2012 Vs Wolves


Aaron Doyle Vs Hawks SBL 2012

#201 Joe-Alan Tupaea

Aaron Doyle Vs Cougars 2013

#1 Tom Jervis Merry Xmas

#42 Courtesy of the Community Newspaper Group

#43Courtesy of the Community Newspaper Group


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