SWFL Round 13 results
It was a history making weekend in the South West Football League when the Eaton Boomers and Donnybrook played out the fourth draw of the league season at Glen Huon Reserve today.
Eaton Boomers wingman Blake Piggott booted a goal with minutes left on the clock to leave the Boomers locked 5.3 (33) to 4.9 (33) with the Dons.
The draw was the sixth of the season as well, with the two team’s respective colts sides also finishing level today.
The South West Football League has confirmed it is the first time in its history that six draws have been played out across all three grades and the first time four draws have occurred in the league competition.
According to the league, the record for most draws in a season was a total of five across the three grades in 1981.
Jordan Falco kicked the winning goal for Bunbury who defeated the Collie Eagles by a point at the Collie Recreation Ground today.
Both side’s traded momentum throughout the game, but it was the Bulldogs who would walk away victors after kicking the final three goals of the game to win 9.6 (60) to 9.5 (59).
Blair Malatesta booted four goals for the Eagles, while Falco starred for the Bulldogs, putting on a best-on-ground display.
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault are still undefeated after beating South Bunbury by 10 points at Brunswick Oval today.
With conditions heavy underfoot, neither side could gain control of the game, with the Lions eventually holding on to win 5.7 (37) to 4.3 (27).
Neither side kicked a goal in a tough last term, with a second quarter blitz by the Lions boosting them to a victory.
The Harvey Bulls have solidified their position in the top five after a dominant 81-point win over Carey Park at the Harvey Recreation Ground today.
Despite a flooded ground, the Bulls managed to put on a powerful to display to claim a 13.15 (93) to 1.6 (12) victory against the Panthers.
Augusta-Margaret River claimed the Busselton Toyota Cup wit a hard-fought two-point win over Busselton at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday.
The momentum of the game swung on multiple occasions, but in the end the Hawks won 4.10 (34) to 5.2 (32).
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