SWFL Round 10 results

South Western Times

Bunbury consolidated their spot in the top five with a 39-point win over the Eaton Boomers at Payne Park today.

The Boomers kicked the game’s opening four goals, but were overrun by the Bulldogs who won 12.11 (83) to 6.8 (44).

Brett Peake kicked three goals for the victors and was a constant menace to the Boomers’ defence, while Matt Martin also booted three goals.

South Bunbury have retained fifth position with a comfortable 37-point win over Carey Park at Kelly Park today.

Young Jonathon Dix booted five goals for the Tigers in their 10.10 (70) to 5.3 (33) win.

The return of Damon Bull from injury boosted the Tigers, who were too strong for the fighting Panthers.

Heath Stewart booted three goals for the home side, while Leigh Kohlmann kicked two for the Tigers.

Donnybrook kept their finals hopes alive with a 19-point win over Augusta-Margaret River at VC Mitchell Park today.

Both sides were in with a chance of winning all day, but inaccuracy cost the Hawks in the 11.8 (74) to 7.13 (55) loss.

The Collie Eagles handed the depleted Harvey Bulls a 42-point loss at the Harvey Recreation Ground today.

Matt Michael booted five goals before half-time to lead the visitors to a 16.12 (108) to 9.12 (66) win.

Blair Malatesta chipped in with three goals, while Joel Houghton kicked two.

Collie Eagles ruckman Paul Rinder looks for an option.
Camera IconCollie Eagles ruckman Paul Rinder looks for an option. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock
Harvey Bulls defender Mark Cherubino gets crunched.
Camera IconHarvey Bulls defender Mark Cherubino gets crunched. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Brett Lofthouse was the Bulls’ best, kicking three goals and taking a number of marks.

Bulls forward Brett Lofthouse looks for an option.
Camera IconBulls forward Brett Lofthouse looks for an option. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Harvey-Brunswuck-Leschenault are still on top of the ladder after a 35-point win over Busselton at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday night.

Kristin Thornton dominated for the Lions on their way to a 15.6 (96) to 9.7 (61) win.

The Lions kicked the only seven goals of the opening quarter and looked as if they would have it all their way, but Busselton fought back and made sure the rest of the game was on even terms.

Magpies skipper Aidan Fraser booted four goals in a fantastic display.

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