Would the real Harvey Bulls please stand up?
Bulls fans must surely be getting increasingly frustrated with the South West Football League side who continued their run of up-and-down form on Sunday with an upset loss to the Augusta-Margaret River Hawks.
The Hawks kept the third-placed Bulls to just one goals in the first three quarters while kicking seven of their own.
Augusta-Margaret River where unable to add a major in the final term but with the Bulls only kicking two more, ran out comfortable 7.11.53 to 3.8.26 winners – their third win of the year.
The loss relegates the Bulls to fifth on the ladder.
The job of making the finals of the South West Football League got a little bit harder for the Donnybrook Dons on Sunday afternoon with a hard fought defeat at the hands of South Bunbury.
Playing at VC Mitchell Park, the Tigers were quickly away, kicking five goals to one in the first term.
A determined Dons outfit rallied strongly in the second, kicking five goals to three to trim the halftime margin to just 10 points.
Five more goals to South Bunbury in the third blew the margin back out to 32 points at the final change and the Tigers were able to hold off all challenges in the final quarter to win 16.8.104 to 10.13.73.
Collie continued to firm their bid for a strong finals showing with a five goal win over fellow premiership contenders Bunbury.
The Eagles got off to a flyer, kicking five goals to one in the first term but the Bulldogs pushed hard to trim the margin to eight points by half time.
Collie continued to push hard in the third term and muscled their way to the top of the encounter 10.5.65 to 5.5.35 – lifting themselves to third on the ladder.
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault celebrated their club’s 60th anniversary on Saturday night with a commanding win over Carey Park.
The Lions led the struggling Panthers at every break, blowing the final margin out to a whopping 12.20.92 to 2.6.18.
The news was no better for a struggling Eaton Boomers who fell to Busselton on Saturday night 7.8.50 to 2.6.18.
Round 15 will see Carey Park host South Bunbury on Saturday before Eaton host Collie, HBL host Busselton, Harvey host Donnybrook and Bunbury host Augusta-Margaret River on Sunday.
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