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Former West Coast Eagle Mark Lecras boots 15 goals for Cervantes in Central Midlands Coastal League

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Mark LeCras had a day out for Cervantes in the Central Midlands Coastal Football League, kicking 15 goals.
Camera IconMark LeCras had a day out for Cervantes in the Central Midlands Coastal Football League, kicking 15 goals. Credit: Tigersharks Photography

Former premiership West Coast Eagle Mark LeCras had a day out for Cervantes in the Central Midlands Coastal Football League, kicking a staggering 15 goals.

Fresh from kicking 10 goals the previous round, LeCras went even better to boot 15 against Jurien Bay in a massive 33.17 (215) to 1.1 (7) thumping.

The 15 goals were still three short of the club’s all-time record held by LeCras’ older brother Brent (2000) and Joel Ohalloran (2009).

LeCras now has 25 goals in just two games as the Tiger Sharks sit second on the ladder four games clear of Dandaragan in third.

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In the other match, league leaders Moora were pushed all the way by Dandaragan in an 87 to 78 victory.

Jesse Reinke was almost single-handedly keeping the Saints in the match with six goals but ultimately the Mavericks had enough with four goals from Lachie Glasfurd and three from Bill Jones helping them to the win.

Moora are still yet to be beaten this year and will next play Jurien while Lancelin will be at home against the Saints.

In the North Midlands league, Dongara were the big winners in their clash against Morawa 14.11 (95) to 8.6 (54)

It was a close game with at the main break as the Eagles held a slim two-point advantage 36 to 34.

But they dominated the third term keeping Morawa to a single point and kept them at bay in the fourth to get the win.

Carnamah Perenjori crushed Mingenew 17.16 (118) to 6.8 (44) to remain firmly atop the league.

It was a match between first and second but you wouldn’t know it as the Roos sent an ominous sign to the rest of the league.

Coorow Latham were far too good for the winless Three Springs in a 132 to 72 victory which sees them locked with Dongara in a battle for fourth separated by only 0.1 per cent.

In the Gascoyne Football association, the Ramblers had a bye allowing Exmouth and Warriors to battle it out for a precious victory. However, results were not available in time for print.

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