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SWFLW 2022: Old friends reunite for Bulls-Dons women’s clash at VC Mitchell Park

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Justin FrisSouth Western Times
Bulls ruck Harmony Staszewski-Hose goes head to head with Busselton's Christie Daniels.
Camera IconBulls ruck Harmony Staszewski-Hose goes head to head with Busselton's Christie Daniels. Credit: Justin Fris/South Western Times

The Harvey Bulls women’s team will have a unique perspective when they travel to VC Mitchell Park on Sunday afternoon and square off against Donnybrook.

The reason being is due to the fact a number of Dons players — including vice-captain Fleur Parker — were able to enjoy sustained success with the Bulls.

Although a lot of the players are close friends off the field, there are unlikely to be any favours granted on the field, given how both sides are eying off a finals double chance.

Aside from getting a victory, the Donnybrook players have the added variable of selection to deal with for the remainder of the campaign.

With more than six players transferring from South Bunbury prior to the June 30 deadline, the size of Peter Worsfold’s squad has expanded significantly — which has resulted in all selected players facing additional challenges of playing their best football each week.

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