Bunbury continued its winning start to the women’s competition under Glenn Obal with a gritty 4.9 (33) to 1.3 (9) victory over a rising Eaton Boomers at Payne Park on Sunday. Although they have not yet recorded a victory this season, the Boomers have shown plenty of endeavour and this clash against the Bulldogs was no different. Despite a host of household names donning the black and gold, Bunbury did not have things their own way early, as the Boomers’ tackling pressure across the half back line stalled a number of promising forward thrusts. Doing the bulk of the damage during the early stages was Imogen Crump, who was playing against her former side, and Kira Price, who would be an early favourite for her side’s fairest and best award. However with 2018 Nola Marino medallist Carly Allen leading the charge for the home side, it did not take long for the Bulldogs to finally swing momentum back in their favour, with Courtney Bayliss (three goals) and Casara Hill lively up forward. South Bunbury continued along its merry way at the top of the table with a cruisy 9.7 (61) to 1.0 (6) win over Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault at Brunswick Oval. Maxwell Jetta’s side jumped out of the blocks with a 27-point lead at quarter time and faced minimal resistance throughout the remainder of the game. New recruit Kloe Bassett was best afield for the Tigers.