SWFL Round 12 Results

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Harvey Bulls stalwart Mark Cherubino is chaired off the ground after playing his 250th game.
Camera IconHarvey Bulls stalwart Mark Cherubino is chaired off the ground after playing his 250th game. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

The Harvey Bulls celebrated Mark Cherubino’s 250th game with a 65-point win over Busselton at the Harvey Recreation Ground today.

A six-goal opening term was the catalyst for the Bulls’ 16.5 (101) to 5.6 (36) victory.

The Magpies tried their best to compete, but were unable to match the Harvey Bulls around the contests and were out-muscled for the contested ball.

Busselton's Brody Plooza tries to spoil Harvey Bulls midfielder Thomas Smith.
Camera IconBusselton's Brody Plooza tries to spoil Harvey Bulls midfielder Thomas Smith. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Adam Boone booted three goals for the home side, while David Faulkner, Jordan Fimmano and Brett Lofthouse each kicked two.

Bulls midfielder Ryan Mooney just gets a handball away.
Camera IconBulls midfielder Ryan Mooney just gets a handball away. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Bunbury won a thriller over Donnybrook by four points at Payne Park today.

Bunbury pulled out to a 16-point late in the final term, but Donnybrook worked their way back into the match, only to run out of time and lose 14.5 (89) to 13.7 (85).

Brett Peake booted four goals for the Bulldogs, while Patrick Farrant kicked three.

For Donnybrook, Kieran Hug kicked two goals, as did Sam Lowrie and Brendan Page.

Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault overcame a resilient Carey Park to claim a 55-point win at Kelly Park today.

The Panthers were gallant in defeat, but ultimately could not claim their first win of the season as the Lions won 15.12 (102) to 6.11 (47).

The Collie Eagles gained revenge against South Bunbury when they defeated them by 18 points in the grand final re-match at Hands Oval last night.

With a strong breeze aiding the team kicking to the city end of the ground, neither side was able to take control for much of the game, but four goals in the first five minutes gained the Eagles the advantage and ultimately the 10.6 (66) to 7.6 (48) win.

It was a fiery clash between the two teams and the lead was changed on multiple occasions, but in the end the Eagles rallied to claim the vital win.

South Bunbury's Jon Meadmore kicks forward.
Camera IconSouth Bunbury's Jon Meadmore kicks forward. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Jayce Fontana booted four goals for the visitors, while Joel Houghton kicked three after half-time to claim the win.

South Bunbury’s Damon Bull played an excellent game, as did forward Leigh Kohlmann, who took a number of marks and booted four goals.

South Bunbury's Damon Bull tries to power his way out of a pack.
Camera IconSouth Bunbury's Damon Bull tries to power his way out of a pack. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock

Augusta-Margaret River kept their finals hopes alive with an 80-point win over the Eaton Boomers at Gloucester Park.

The Hawks dominated throughout the game, battling for the entire four-quarters to win 18.11 (119) to 6.3 (39).

The Boomers kicked just the three goals until the final quarter and worked hard late, but the lead was too big for the Boomers to overcome.

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