SWFL Round 10 Results

South Western Times
Harvey Bulls midfielder Patrick Italiano takes a strong mark.
Camera IconHarvey Bulls midfielder Patrick Italiano takes a strong mark. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Augusta-Margaret River claimed a much-needed win when they defeated Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault by 29 points at Gloucester Park on Saturday.

The Hawks improved their record to five wins, four losses thanks to the 10.16 (76) to 6.11 (47) victory.

The Eaton Boomers survived a big challenge from the under-manned Harvey Bulls to claim a 16-point win at the Harvey Recreation Ground today.

In what was a shoot-out, Brandon Jetta booted six goals to held the Boomers get the win 17.19 (121) to 15.15 (105).

Harvey Bulls defender Zetland Marino leads Eaton Boomer Jaymen Osiejak to the football.
Camera IconHarvey Bulls defender Zetland Marino leads Eaton Boomer Jaymen Osiejak to the football. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
Eaton Boomers captain Rohan Lilly crashes the pack.
Camera IconEaton Boomers captain Rohan Lilly crashes the pack. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Donnybrook claimed their seventh-consecutive victory when they defeated Carey Park by 15 points at VC Mitchell Park today.

The Dons held off a strong challenge from the Panthers to win 11.11 (77) to 9.8 (62).

Bunbury overcame a 19-point three-quarter time deficit to record a tight seven-point win over the Collie Eagles at the Collie Recreation Ground today.

An inaccurate Bulldogs outfit over-ran the Eagles, who fell away in the last quarter and lost 12.13 (85) to 12.6 (78).

Leigh Kohlmann kicked four goals and had a hand in a number of others as South Bunbury defeated Busselton by 37 points at Hands Oval today.

The Tigers were never really challenged by the Magpies in a dour affair, winning 11.13 (79) to 6.6 (42).

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