As the South West Netball Football League counts down to its finals series, Busselton have continued to prove themselves as a dangerous side after dominating Carey Park 89-19. Busselton hosted Carey Park in round 17 of the competition on Sunday at Geographe Leisure Centre, where they were quick to build an early lead from the outset. Despite Carey Park showing some early promise, which included some impressive late goals from Ebony Buck, Busselton had already pulled away to lead 22-8 at quarter-time. Busselton continued to control the match during the second quarter, with Jenelle Pagan and Devin Cunninghame extending the lead with a flurry of goals. With Carey Park struggling to keep up in the midst of strong defence from Busselton’s Taneika Handley and Shukia Riley, the Magpies led 45-12 at half-time. The third quarter saw Carey Park try to make an attempt at shaving down the margin but errors in keeping the ball in play began to plague them as Busselton continued to rule the court. The shooting combination of Cunninghame and Lisa Millman, and strong defence from Belle Hancock, proved deadly for Carey Park with Busselton blowing out their lead to 53 goals at the final change. Busselton’s domination continued into the final quarter, going on to give themselves a huge percentage boost with the 70-goal win. The dominant victory comes just a day after Busselton defeated Blackwood 70-47 on Saturday at Donnybrook Recreation Centre. Elsewhere, Eaton defeated South Bunbury 62-38 and Bunbury managed to get one up on Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault 43-36.