SWFL Round 15 Results

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Bunbury's Cullen Boyd gets a kick away as Harvey Bulls ruckman Kyle Hickman tries to tackle.
Camera IconBunbury's Cullen Boyd gets a kick away as Harvey Bulls ruckman Kyle Hickman tries to tackle. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Bunbury have taken second spot after a 31-point win over the Harvey Bulls at the Harvey Recreation Ground today.

The Bulldogs kicked the only six goals of the last term, using the breeze to over-run the Bulls and win 16.3 (99) to 10.8 (68).

Matt Martin booted four goals for the Bulldogs, taking his SWFL career tally to exactly 500.

Jordan Falco, Braden McMullen and Aidan Clarke (all two goals) were fantastic for the Bulldogs, while Thomas Smith kicked three goals in the first half for the Bulls.

Bunbury forward Braden McMullen is wrapped up by Harvey Bulls defenders.
Camera IconBunbury forward Braden McMullen is wrapped up by Harvey Bulls defenders. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
Harvey Bulls forward Jordan Fimmano tries to spoil Bunbury defender Travis Justins.
Camera IconHarvey Bulls forward Jordan Fimmano tries to spoil Bunbury defender Travis Justins. Credit: South Western Times

Donnybrook have kept their finals hopes alive with a comprehensive 55-point win over Carey Park at Kelly Park today.

The Dons were never really challenged on their way to a 17.11 (113) to 8.10 (58) win.

Busselton seemingly ended South Bunbury’s premiership defence when they handed the Tigers a nine-point loss at Sir Stewart Bovell Park tonight.

The Magpies kicked away in a strong second term and held onto the lead in the last half to win 12.12 (84) to 11.9 (75).

Busselton captain Aidan Fraser kicked three goals, while stalwart Sam Shepherd was best on ground for the Magpies.

Busselton's James Powley looks for a handball.
Camera IconBusselton's James Powley looks for a handball. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
South Bunbury midfielder Damon Bull gets a kick away.
Camera IconSouth Bunbury midfielder Damon Bull gets a kick away. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Tigers youngster Kade Wallrodt played an excellent game, booting two goals, while captain Jaxon Bell was his side’s best with two goals.

Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault recovered from their loss last weekend to defeat the Eaton Boomers by 28 points at Brunswick Oval tonight.

Ty Anderson booted three goals, while James Hawksley and Kristin Thornton booted two for the victors in the 10.5 (65) to 5.7 (37).

Augusta-Margaret River stunned the Collie Eagles when they handed them a 37-point defeat at Gloucester Park today.

The Hawks ran away with the game in the last quarter to win 16.9 (105) to 9.7 (61).

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