SWFL Round Six Results
A young South Bunbury will go into Monday’s WA Derby with some new found confidence after defeating the Harvey Bulls by 10 points at the Harvey Recreation Ground on Saturday.
In a game where neither side led by much more than a couple of kicks, the Tigers stood up when the game was up the in air in the last quarter to get win 9.12 (66) to 8.8 (56).
Donnybrook recorded its fourth-straight and probably most impressive win when they defeated reigning premiers Bunbury by 17 points to claim the Peter Betti Cup at VC Mitchell Park on Saturday.
With the Dons’ 1998 premiership heroes watching on before their 20th anniversary reunion, the home side used their all-round pressure to record a 10.6 (66) to 7.7 (49) victory.
Carey Park continued their fantastic start to the season with a solid 17-point win over the Collie Eagles at Kelly Park on Saturday.
Despite missing the three Humphries brothers, the Panthers were able to defeat the Eagles in the wet 9.9 (63) to 6.10 (46).
A disciplined Busselton kept themselves within a game of a top-five spot after defeating Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault by 11 points at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Sunday.
In a game highlighted by fast play, big hits and strong tackles, the Magpies’ ability to take their chances was the difference in their 9.7 (61) to 7.8 (50) victory.
A last quarter blitz allowed the Eaton Boomers to run away with a 31-point win over Augusta-Margaret River at Glen Huon Reserve on Sunday.
The Boomers booted six goals to just one in the final term thanks to a handy breeze to win 14.8 (92) to 9.7 (61).
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