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* leading goalkicker 1976, 1977

* premiership side 1976, 1977

* premiership player 1980

* captain 1985–86


"Robert John Wiley" (born 24 March 1955) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with in the Western Australian National Football League (WANFL) / West Australian Football League (WAFL) and Richmond Football Club/Richmond and West Coast Eagles/West Coast in the Australian Football League/Victorian Football League (VFL). He is currently director development and coaching at Carlton FC/Carlton.

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You can never say there can't be (late) changes, but the side that we've picked, we believe can play in all weather conditions, whether it be fine or be wet, so at this stage, we wouldn't envisage making any change.

We had a number of choices but Rowan's efforts in the finals for Claremont over the last two games have been outstanding, so his ability to play up forward or through the midfield gives us a lot of options.

We won't risk him. That's the most important thing.

His positiveness out there and the way he went about things were fantastic and there were a few other guys that could also be (considered) unlucky, but you can only play 22 players.

Every year when you go into finals and are picking sides there are always going to be unfortunate players that miss out and certainly Adam is.

I think that his performances (in the WAFL) have been outstanding and (he's come into the side) obviously to replace Phillip Matera.

We really are here to work with people. And we really want to hear what they have to say. This isn't just something township officials can do. We need to hear from residents and businesses.

Probably one in five (people approached) say they don't want to sign the petition, ... When we talk to them a little bit, that drops to about one in 10.

We really need to create an ordinance that will compliment our township aesthetics, but that also will let business owners get the word out about their specials. And we want to hear from everyone - residents, business owners - on how they think we can do that.