The South West Football League colts and reserves teams kicked off their 2018 campaigns on the weekend.
Augusta-Margaret River’s colts delivered a crushing 18.21.129 to 3.5.23 win over Collie.
The Eagles’ reserves’ side then stepped up to deliver a 107-win over the Hawks.
At Bovell Park, Busselton’s colts ran away with a 27.21.183 to 2.4.16 win over Harvey.
The Bulls’ reserves fared better. The side came from behind to clinch a 12-point win over the Magpies.
South Bunbury made light work of Carey Park’s colts and reserves.
The Tigers’ colts’ side scored a comfortable 18.16.124 to 1.3.9 win over the Panthers. In the reserves clash, the reigning premiers secured a four-point victory.
Brunswick Oval played host to a spirited showdown between Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault and Donnybrook.
The Lions’ colts trailed the Dons at quarter time before levelling the scores by the main break.
HBL kicked ten goals to Donnybrook’s three in the second half to secure a 43-point win.
The home side delivered a punishing 32.21.213 to 0.0.0 win over the Dons’ reserves team.
Bunbury’s colts were too strong for Eaton. The Boomers’ reserves, however, delivered a convincing 15.7.97 to 8.12.60 victory over the Bulldogs.