SWFL Round 16 Results

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Busselton ruckman Jed Kemp looks for an option.
Camera IconBusselton ruckman Jed Kemp looks for an option. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Donnybrook claimed their biggest win of the season when they defeated Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault by 15 points at VC Mitchell Park today.

The Dons booted five goals to just one in the opening term, before the rain hit, setting up a 8.8 (56) to 6.5 (41).

Bunbury won the Nani Family Cup, when they defeated arch-rivals Carey Park by 50 points at Payne Park.

The Panthers put up a fight, but faded in the final term to lose 16.11 (107) to 8.9 (57).

The Collie Eagles kept their top-two hopes alive with a 56-point win over Busselton at the Collie Eagles Recreation Ground.

The Eagles kicked six goals to one in the opening term and never looked back on their way to a 14.6 (90) to 4.10 (34).

Collie Eagles forward Jayce Fontana takes a strong mark.
Camera IconCollie Eagles forward Jayce Fontana takes a strong mark. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
Busselton's Matt Welburn gets a kick away as Collie Eagles defender Rhys Chappell tries to spoil.
Camera IconBusselton's Matt Welburn gets a kick away as Collie Eagles defender Rhys Chappell tries to spoil. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
Collie Eagles defender Rhys Chappell gets a kick away.
Camera IconCollie Eagles defender Rhys Chappell gets a kick away. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Finals are still alive for the Eaton Boomers after they claimed a four-point win over South Bunbury at Hands Oval.

A late miss from the Tigers cost them a valuable win, with the Boomers going on to win 8.9 (57) to 7.11 (53).

Augusta-Margaret River Hawks overpowered the Harvey Bulls by 24 points on Saturday at Gloucester Park in what could be a prelude to this year’s elimination final.

In a game that was open throughout for either team to take the win, the Hawks managed to outplay the Bulls and maintain a steady lead from the outset to eventually claim a 10.4 (64) to 5.10 (40) victory.

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