The dominant force of the Eaton Boomers has continued to take centre stage in round 12 of the South West Netball Football League season with the Boomers defeating Carey Park by 20 points, 66-46. Facing off at the South West Sports Centre on Sunday, Carey Park burst out the gate ready to try to pull off an upset victory. After a fairly even start, accurate shots by Renee Cashell and Ebony Buck saw the Panthers build up an early lead. A strong defensive effort early on had the Panthers primed for an upset, but the Boomers fought back late in the term to lead narrowly, 17-16. Eaton took control in the second term with shots from Jessica Knight and Mikashia Watts. Despite Carey Park’s defensive effort resulting in several intercepts in a bid to fight back, the Panthers struggled to convert. At half time, Eaton led 35-22. The third term saw the Boomers continue to hold control of the match while the Panthers continued putting the pressure on. While the Panthers fought back early on, the Boomers held strong with rapid driving from Kristy Fitzgerald and Natasha Zappia and defensive pressure from Kasey Joy and Jasmin Culverwell. The Boomers managed to extend their lead to 15 points at three- quarter-time. Eaton’s dominant effort continued into the final term as the Boomers distanced themselves further from Carey Park. In the frenetic conclusion to the match, Eaton went on to take the victory. It came just a day after the Boomers held off a determined Blackwood Ravens outfit 51-48 at Bridgetown Leisure Centre. Elsewhere, Busselton continued their dominant form with a 64-46 victory over Bunbury.