Panthers out to curtail Hawks’ flight

South Western Times
Tim Noakes kicked four goals in his return to Augusta-Margaret River last weekend.
Camera IconTim Noakes kicked four goals in his return to Augusta-Margaret River last weekend. Credit: Jon Gellweiler / South Western Times

Carey Park will aim to move one game clear of Augusta-Margaret River when the two teams clash at Kelly Park on Sunday.

Both sides have a record of four wins and three losses with Carey Park sitting in second place due to a healthier percentage.

Augusta-Margaret River welcomed back veteran Tim Noakes to the side at the weekend when he kicked four goals to be his team’s leading goal-kicker for the game.

Carey Park will be be disappointed by their second half effort on Saturday when they kicked three goals to nine and were over run by the Harvey Bulls.

The Bulls will be looking to get their third win of the season when they face Bunbury at Payne Park on Sunday.

Bunbury suffered a three-point loss to cross-town rivals South Bunbury in the derby on Monday.

The Tigers will be out to make it four wins in a row when they play Eaton Boomers at Glen Huon Reserve on Sunday.

The Boomers lost by a solitary goal when they played Donnybrook on Sunday and will be keen to return to form.

Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault will host the Collie Eagles at Brunswick Oval in the other match for the round.

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