GNFLW Round 8 Wrap: Chapman Valley maintain lead at the top of the ladder

Lachlan AllenGeraldton Guardian
Teagan Mundy clears the ball for Chapman Valley.
Camera IconTeagan Mundy clears the ball for Chapman Valley. Credit: Colin Sherman/RegionalHUB

Chapman Valley, Towns and Brigades had big wins in round eight of the GNFLW season at the weekend.

On Saturday afternoon, the top of the table Royals’ defeated Mullewa 7.2 (44) to 2.1 (13).

The result sees them extend their unbeaten run to seven games while Mullewa remain in fifth.

Samantha Williamson, Taylah Broadhurst, Brooke Elward, Georgia Keysers and Ebony Wheatland impressed for Chapman Valley.

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Lily Coyle bagged four goals in the 31-point victory.

In Northampton, Towns beat the Rams 3.8 (26) to 0.2 (2).

The 24-point victory keeps the Bulldogs in second while Northampton are in fourth.

In the final game of the round, Brigades handed Rovers a 51-point loss at GBSC Sports Park.

It’s the Hawks second win of the season, while Rovers remains stuck at the bottom of the ladder.

Railways had a bye for round eight.

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