South Bunbury kept their 2016 South West Football League unbeaten streak alive on Sunday with victory in the Dr Ern Manea Cup clash with Donnybrook.
The Tigers got off to a flying start in the clash at Hands Oval piling on six unanswered goals in the first quarter.
The Dons then rallied to hold them goalless in the second while pinching back three.
Both sides scrapped their way through the third before South Bunbury got back on top in the fourth, triumphing 10.9.69 to 5.4.34.
Anthony Tsalikis was best for the Tigers kicking four goals while Shaun Towers grabbed three for the Dons.
On Saturday night under lights at Brunswick Oval, HBL continued their impressive year with a 20 point win over Carey Park.
Daniel Italiano kicked four goals for the home side who ran out 12.14.86 to 9.12.66 winners.
James Hawksley and James Wallam both kicked three for the visitors.
Busselton posted their first win of the season when they visited the Eaton Boomers at Boyanup Oval.
The Boomers might be playing at a ground they are not terribly familiar with this year but surely the goal posts look the same?
A massive case of wobbles saw the Boomers finish the day trailing 9.13.67 to 4.19.43.
Brendan Cribb impressed for the Magpies kicking four goals.
The Harvey Bulls pushed their way up to third on the ladder with victory over Augusta-Margaret River.
A quiet second quarter saw the Hawks trailing five goals to two at half time before Trinity Handley (three goals) and Mitch Fairclough (two goals) got busy.
Up the other end Joseph Versaci nailed three, as did Andrew Rake who found himself making the most of a stint in the forward line.
In the end the Bulls took the premiership points 13.10.88 to 8.4.52.
The last game of the round saw Collie push to stay in touch with the top five alive with a win over the Bunbury Bulldogs.
A side who has been criticised as slow out of the gate, the Eagles trailed by a straight kick at the first change and took a one point lead into the main break of the physical and entertaining clash.
The Eagles extended their lead to three points at the final change and got on top late to win 7.15.57 to 6.9.45.
For photos from Saturday’s game visit bunburymail.com.au
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