Round two of the 2016 South West Football League season has been completed and three teams still remain undefeated.
The round kicked off at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday with Busselton hosting South Bunbury.
Both teams had a number of debutants and attacked the ball early.
It was the Magpies who got the upper hand early with South Bunbury’s forward line missing the mark. The score was 2.3.15 to 0.4.4 at quarter time in favour of Busselton.
The Tigers saw more of the ball in the second quarter but continued to struggle with accuracy. At the half they led by nine points.
The physicality of the match increased in the third term with a number of big tackles and hard running.
The Tigers led by 16 points at the final change and nailed some late goals to finish 9.14.68 to 7.8.50 winners.
On Sunday, Collie played their first home game against Donnybrook and were slow out of the blocks – failing to score in the first quarter.
Donnybrook had all the early play but inaccuracy in front of the big sticks cost them the chance to put the game to bed early. The score was 1.4.10 to 0.0.0 at the first break.
The second was where the Eagles came alive.
They piled on 6.3 39 while Donnybrook managed three straight majors.
From there, the Eagles continued to dominate, scoring another five goals in the third quarter with a 35 point lead at the last change.
The Dons outscored the Eagles three goals to two in the final quarter but it was too little, too late with Collie taking the four premiership points 13.7.85 to 8.8.56.
The Bunbury Bulldogs also made it two for two when they hosted the Eaton Boomers at Payne Park.
The Doggies led by seven points at the first change and were up by 13 at the half.
The third quarter was where the young side found their dominance and opened up a 52-21 margin at three quarter time.
As the weather worsened, Bunbury kicked a single goal in the last while Eaton managed 2.3.
The final score was 9.4.58 to 5.6.36.
On Monday, Carey Park triumphed in the traditional Anzac Day clash.
This years rival, Augusta-Margaret River kept pace with the Panthers in the first quarter with a single point the margin.
Four goals to two in the second gave Carey Park a break and the third quarter was where they put their superior speed on display.
Eight goals to two put the Panthers up by 41 points at the final change.
The Hawks were held goalless in the last to see Carey Park victorious 16.18.114 to 7.8.50.
Later in the evening more than 1000 people made the trip to Brunswick Oval to see Harvey and Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault contest the Western Cellars Brunswick Cup.
HBL nailed the first two goals before Harvey kicked three to lead by eight points at quarter time.
The Lions pushed harder in the second half to take a four point lead into the main break.
The Bulls went on a run early in the third kicking the first three goals before HBL nailed four of their own.
The stage was set for an entertaining finish but the Bulls went among the missing, failing to kick a final quarter goal.
Up the other end HBL booted home five to win 15.6.96 to 8.8.56.
HBL's Kristin Thornton topped of a great game as winner of the Anzac Day medal.
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