SWFL Round 10 Results

South Western Times
Lions captain Jack Quinn tries to get away from Donnybrook's Sean Lynch.
Camera IconLions captain Jack Quinn tries to get away from Donnybrook's Sean Lynch. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Busselton kept its faint finals hopes alive with a powerful 42-point win over an injury-plagued Harvey Bulls at the Harvey Recreation Ground on Saturday night.

The return of Nathan Arbon from East Perth and Matt Welburn (four goals) from injury helped the Magpies to the 14.13 (97) to 8.7 (55) victory.

South Bunbury outlasted Carey Park by six points in one of the best games so far this season at Hands Oval on Saturday.

The traditional rivals fought for the entire four quarters as they battled for premiership points, with the Tigers prevailing 12.12 (84) to 11.12 (78).

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Donnybrook claimed its eighth-straight win in unusual circumstances, when the game was called off with more than eight minutes left and the Dons were awarded a 35-point win over Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault at VC Mitchell Park on Sunday.

The game was abandoned after Brendan Guidici broke his leg late in the final quarter and an ambulance was called, with the Dons in front 15.9 (99) to 9.10 (64) at the time.

The Eaton Boomers out-ran Bunbury to claim a 47-point win at Payne Park on Sunday.

The Boomers kicked the the only five goals of the final term on their way to a 14.14 (98) to 7.9 (51) win.

And the Collie Eagles broke their succession of losses with a solid 12.5 (71) to 8.8 (56) victory over Augusta-Margaret River at the Collie Recreation Ground.

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