SWFL Round 11 Results

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The Collie Eagles have kept their hopes of winning the minor premiership alive with a dominant 92-point win over Carey Park.

In a one-sided affair, the Eagles dominated throughout the midfield and only slowed up in the last term of their 16.12 (108) to 2.4 (16) victory.

Collie Eagles midfielder Corey Griggs fights for the ball with Carey Park's Josh Bradbury.
Camera IconCollie Eagles midfielder Corey Griggs fights for the ball with Carey Park's Josh Bradbury. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Jayce Fontana booted six goals for the home side, while Blair Malatesta contributed with five.

Collie Eagles forward Jayce Fontana takes a strong mark.
Camera IconCollie Eagles forward Jayce Fontana takes a strong mark. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Donnybrook have kept their finals hopes alive with a 28-point win over South Bunbury at Hands Oval.

The Tigers faltered after the main break and failed to chase down a dominant Donnybrook, who won 10.15 (75) to 6.11 (47).

Bunbury are still a chance of claiming a top three spot after a 22-point win over Augusta-Margaret River at Gloucester Park today.

The Hawks gave it their best against the Bulldogs, but they were not strong enough and lost 12.11 (83) to 9.7 (61).

Busselton failed to kick a goal in the second half in their 35-point loss to the Eaton Boomers at Glen Huon Reserve today.

The Boomers were dominant after the main break, with Jay Walton booting four goals in their 12.10 (82) to 7.5 (47) victory.

Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault kept their unbeaten season alive with an impressive 30-point win over fellow premiership contenders the Harvey Bulls at Brunswick Oval on Saturday.

The Lions kicked away in the second term and despite the Bulls' best efforts, they could not stop the home side who claimed a comfortable 9.7 (61) to 4.7 (31) victory.

After heavy rain on Saturday, Brunswick Oval was heavy underfoot and played a strong part in neither side being able to control the ball and set up fluent play.

The Bulls were without a traditional ruckman with Kyle Hickman not playing and leaving forward Adam Boone to take on the role.

The Lions booted the only goal of the opening term through Dylan Heasman (three goals), before kicking four goals to one in the second term to stamp their dominance.

Lions forward Kristin Thornton tries to take mark of the year.
Camera IconLions forward Kristin Thornton tries to take mark of the year. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
Bulls midfielder Mark Cherubino gets a kick away just before Lions ruckman Tyson Wood lays a tackle.
Camera IconBulls midfielder Mark Cherubino gets a kick away just before Lions ruckman Tyson Wood lays a tackle. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

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