The last time Augusta-Margaret River travelled to Kelly Park and faced Carey Park, they were soundly thrashed by 53 points. It was the kind of out-of-sorts performance which left Hawks diehards scratching their heads — and one which Hawks coach Matt Jamieson does not want repeated this Saturday, as his side aims to notch up four wins on the bounce. “The boys were well aware of our ladder position heading into the Collie game along with who the other teams around us are playing coming up,” he said. Denied their favoured spread-style in the first half, the Hawks were forced to hang tough as the game developed into a arduous arm wrestle. However once the Hawks broke the shackles, the contest opened up and they finished the final term full of run — something they will need to do from the opening bounce against the Panthers. The Eagles host unbeaten Bunbury on Sunday afternoon at the Collie Recreation Ground, which will be a tough task, according to Bulldogs coach Jamie Nani. “We may be a little lighter on the track this week because it was a hard game against Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault last week,” he said. “You always go to Collie knowing you are going to get a tough contest, but we are shaping up well.” Although the Bulldogs are riding high at the top of the ladder, Nani said he was unlikely to make significant changes to the Bulldogs’ training regime, due to the nature of a shortened season. “It is a weird season,” he said. “I suppose over the journey during the last few years, you might ramp it up around round 15 for a few weeks of solid training and then back off just before the finals. “But being a shorter season and with blokes having completed a really long pre-season, I will not be changing too much.” Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault will be keen to return to the winners’ circle on Saturday afternoon when they square off against Busselton, while Donnybrook and the Eaton Boomers will vie for the Peter Butcher Cup at Glen Huon Reserve. In the remaining game of the round, South Bunbury host the Harvey Bulls at Hands Oval.