South Bunbury marches on

Justin FrisSouth Western Times
The Tigers were ferocious against the Magpies at Hands Oval on Saturday.
Camera IconThe Tigers were ferocious against the Magpies at Hands Oval on Saturday. Credit: Justin Fris

Unbeaten South Bunbury flexed its SWFL women’s premiership credentials with a sterling 13.11 (89) to 0.1 (1) against Busselton at Hands Oval yesterday.

The Magpies, which entered the clash having appeared to have sewn up fourth spot, struggled to generate sustained possession across all four quarters against the red hot Tigers.

Tigers ruckman Kate Fielding dominated in the centre, which allowed the Tigers mosquito fleet to deliver the ball often to several dangerous forwards.

Bethany Bond booted five for the home side, while returning WAFLW Peel Thunder representative Tanisha Anderson dominated.

At the Harvey Recreation Ground, the Harvey Bulls recorded a 4.7 (31) to 2.2 (14) win over an improving Eaton Boomers.

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