Carey Park broke through for their first win of the SWFL season after defeating a gallant Harvey Bulls by 28 points at Kelly Park on Saturday afternoon.
Busselton made it three wins in a row on Saturday after defeating last year’s grand finalists Eaton Boomers by 33 points at Glen Huon Reserve.
Bunbury thrashed a disappointing South Bunbury by 92 points at Hands Oval on Saturday, which ensured they retained both the Dale Alcock Homes South West Derby and Syd Jackson/Max McGuire cups.
South Bunbury took another step towards retaining its SWFL women’s premiership crown after humbling arch rivals Bunbury 4.8 (32) to 0.2 (2) at Hands Oval on Saturday.
Augusta-Margaret River kept its hopes of playing finals football alive with a 34-point win over Donnybrook at Gloucester Park on Saturday.
Bunbury has retained the prized Syd Jackson/Max McGuire Cup with a win over South Bunbury.
Aside from having the responsibility of plotting the downfall of reigning premiers South Bunbury on Saturday at Hands Oval, Bunbury women’s coach Glenn Obal is also faced with another dilemma.
Eaton Boomers coach Darren Rigby is keen for his side to play a committed brand of football moving forward, as his side aims to bounce back.
Every city has at least one great sporting rivalry. Perth has Fremantle and West Coast, Liverpool has Everton and Liverpool, and Bunbury has the Bulldogs and the Tigers.
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault coach John Baggetta is keen for his men to go about their business as usual against the Collie Eagles on Saturday at the Collie Recreation Ground.
Depth at colts and reserves level is not an issue for the Bunbury Football Club at the moment, which has left Bulldogs coach Jamie Nani with some interesting selection meetings ahead of him.
Saturday’s victory over the Harvey Bulls at Gloucester Park was warmly received by Augusta-Margaret River coach Matt Jamieson.
Bunbury continued its winning start to the women’s competition under Glenn Obal with a gritty 4.9 (33) to 1.3 (9) victory over a rising Eaton Boomers at Payne Park on Sunday.
Bunbury improved to 3-0 after thrashing an out-of-sorts Eaton Boomers by 60 points at Payne Park on Sunday.
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It will be a special day at Payne Park on Sunday afternoon as the Bunbury Football Club holds a reunion for its 1970 premiership team.
Although endeavour has been plentiful during the opening fortnight of the season, winless Carey Park need a spark against Busselton at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday.
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschault face the biggest test in the SWFL women’s competition at Brunswick Oval, when they host reigning premiers South Bunbury.
Augusta-Margaret River coach Matt Jamieson is well aware of how important Saturday’s clash with the Harvey Bulls at Gloucester Park is for his side’s top five hopes.
Bunbury superboot Jordan Adamson-Holmes kicked eight goals during his side’s 61-point win over Carey Park at Kelly Park on Saturday.
The Harvey Bulls opened their SWFL women’s competition campaign with a superb 4.9 (33) to 2.3 (15) victory over Donnybrook at VC Mitchell Park on Saturday.
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault held off a fast-finishing Eaton Boomers by two points at Glen Huon Reserve on Sunday.
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