SWFL Round 16 Results
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault have kept their hopes for a minor premiership alive, defeating the Collie Eagles by 28 points at the Collie Recreation Ground.
Lions recruit Kristin Thornton was the star, kicking five goals in the 13.10 (88) to 9.60 (60) victory.
The Lions are now chasing South Bunbury, who have remained in top spot and avenged an earlier season loss to the Harvey Bulls with a 73-point win at Hands Oval today.
Tigers forward Anthony Tsalikis kicked six goals as South Bunbury out-ran an undermanned Bulls side 17.13 (115) to 6.6 (42).
Reigning premiers, Busselton, won the grand final re-match at Sir Stewart Bovell Park today, defeating Carey Park by 38 points.
The Magpies cost themselves a massive win, with innaccuracy and a lapse in the last quarter allowing Carey Park to bring the scoreline back to a respectable 14.15 (99) to 9.7 (61).
Magpies captain Aidan Fraser kicked four goals for the hosts and Jackson Arbon was best on ground, while for the Panthers James Hawksley kicked seven goals, including five in the final term.
Bunbury ended Donnybrook's slim hopes of making the finals, defeating the Dons 15 points.
Blair Della Franca kicked three goals and Matt Martin two as the Bulldogs won the Peter Betti Memorial Cup 10.8 (68) yo 7.11 (53).
Bunbury's Travis Gray was named best on ground, while Donnybrook's Shane Cristaldi was his side's best in his 150th game.
Augusta-Margaret River continued its rich vein of form by notching up their third straight win, defeating the Eaton Boomers by 34 points at Gloucester Park on Saturday night.
Hawks ruckman Daniel Atkinson shined in the Hawks 14.8 (92) to 9.4 (58) victory, booting two goals whilst also being prolific in the ruck and around the ground.
For the Boomers, Jye and Jace Cormack’s ran hard all game in a solid performance.
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