Tune in this weekend for all the best SWFL action

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South Western Times reporters Jackson Barrett and Justin Fris are excited about this weekend’s big games.
Camera IconSouth Western Times reporters Jackson Barrett and Justin Fris are excited about this weekend’s big games.

The South West Football League is set to receive unprecedented coverage this season, with the South Western Times to broadcast two games live online in round three.

Coverage will begin at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday afternoon from 4.40pm, as Busselton entertains Carey Park, while on Sunday all roads will lead to Payne Park — with unbeaten Bunbury hosting the Eaton Boomers.

Bunbury Herald and South Western Times journalists Justin Fris and Jackson Barrett, and Busselton-Dunsborough Times senior journalist Jackson Lavell-Lee will lead the coverage across both games. SWFL general manager Simone Nani said she was excited to offer a broader audience the chance to follow the league.

“We are excited — this is something new for us,” she said.

“I have been chatting with the four presidents who are involved with the games we are doing, and they are excited as well.

“We are looking forward to what we can do with it.

“It gives people who are from Bunbury, the South West or people who played in the league an opportunity, if they are not in town, to watch some games and follow the league.”

To tune in this weekend visit thewest.com.au/swfl and subscribe for this exciting initiative.

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