SWFL Round Four Results

South Western Times
Eaton Boomers forward Brandon Jetta tries to take a mark.
Camera IconEaton Boomers forward Brandon Jetta tries to take a mark. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Busselton rebounded from a poor performance last weekend to record a dominant 58-point victory over an injury depleted Collie Eagles at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday.

The Eagles were missing a number of players, but unveiled former AFL midfielder Ryan Crowley in their 16.11 (107) to 7.7 (49) loss to the Magpies.

Just seven days after being on the wrong end of a controversial one-point loss, Augusta-Margaret River reversed the result and won by the smallest of margins against the Harvey Bulls at the Harvey Recreation Ground on Saturday.

Hawks forward Jack Hick kicked a goal late in the final term to give the Hawks back the lead and from here they held their composure to claim a 11.8 (74) to 10.13 (73) victory.

Despite two goal-less quarters, the Eaton Boomers were able to defend a nine-point three-quarter time lead to beat Carey Park by a point at Glen Huon Reserve on Sunday.

Carey Park defender Fabian Hart gets a handball away as he is tackled by an Eaton Boomer.
Camera IconCarey Park defender Fabian Hart gets a handball away as he is tackled by an Eaton Boomer. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
Eaton Boomers midfielder Mitchell Kings kicks long.
Camera IconEaton Boomers midfielder Mitchell Kings kicks long. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
Eaton Boomers midfielder Michael Thompson is tackled by Carey Park defender Sam Browne.
Camera IconEaton Boomers midfielder Michael Thompson is tackled by Carey Park defender Sam Browne. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Panthers vice-captain Jordan Yarran booted the only goal of a tense last term, but the Panthers wasted a number of opportunities late in the game, with the Boomers grabbing their third win of the season 8.9 (57) to 7.14 (56).

Bunbury held off a determined Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault to win the grand final re-match by 14 points at Payne Park on Sunday.

The Bulldogs controlled the first half, before the Lions cut the margin back to one point at the final break, but the Bulldogs kicked the only two goals of the last term to win 8.6 (54) to 5.10 (40).

Donnybrook retained the Dr Ern Manea Memorial Cup after defeating South Bunbury by 14 points at Hands Oval on Sunday.

The Dons controlled much of the match to record their second win of the season 8.5 (53) to 5.9 (39).

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