SWFL Round 11 Results

South Western Times
Boomers midfielder Gino Catalano is tacked high by Eagle Tallan Michael.
Camera IconBoomers midfielder Gino Catalano is tacked high by Eagle Tallan Michael. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Busselton captain Aidan Fraser inspired his side to a gallant 22-point win over reigning premiers Bunbury at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday.

Fraser booted three goals in the final term to finish with five, as the Magpies claimed a 12.9 (81) to 8.11 (59) victory.

Donnybrook claimed its ninth-straight victory with a 28-point win over Augusta-Margaret River at Gloucester Park on Saturday.

The 9.16 (70) to 6.6 (42) victory means the Dons have defeated every team in the SWFL this year.

The Eaton Boomers booted five final-quarter goals to over-run a brave Collie Eagles by seven points at Glen Huon Reserve on Sunday.

After an inaccurate third term, the Boomers played some of their best football to defeat the Eagles 10.15 (75) to 10.8 (68).

Boomers midfielder Gino Catalano is tacked high by Eagle Tallan Michael.
Camera IconBoomers midfielder Gino Catalano is tacked high by Eagle Tallan Michael. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
Boomers defender Greg Humphries tries to escape from Collie Eagle Bailey Moloney.
Camera IconBoomers defender Greg Humphries tries to escape from Collie Eagle Bailey Moloney. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

South Bunbury spoiled David Newman’s 200th game celebrations with a two-point win over Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault at Brunswick Oval on Sunday.

The inaccurate Lions fell behind at half-time and could not catch-up despite a fantastic last quarter, losing 8.6 (54) to 6.16 (52).

Carey Park defeated the Harvey Bulls in a thriller thanks to a one-point win at Kelly Park on Saturday.

The high-scoring affair excited everyone at the ground, with the Panthers prevailing 15.7 (97) to 15.6 (96).

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