It was a stellar weekend of football for Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault, with the women’s side clinching its first win of the 2018 South West Football League season.
The first quarter spelled trouble for the home side, as Collie kicked four unanswered goals before quarter time.
As the Eagles remained scoreless in the second term, the Lions kicked one goal to help shrink the gap.
HBL kicked into gear after half time and slotted two unanswered goals in the third quarter.
Kicking three goals in the final term, the Lions went on to celebrate a 6.8.44 to 4.2.26 win.
South Bunbury remains fifth on the ladder after its 15-point victory over Eaton Boomers.
After falling behind in the first quarter, the Tigers responded with two goals to zero in the second.
Eager to clinch a win, South Bunbury kicked another two goals in the third term.
The visitors held on to win 4.6.30 to 2.3.15 in a wet and wild game of football.
The Bunbury Bulldogs maintained their reputation with a convincing result against Harvey Bulls.
Harvey and Bunbury drew level at quarter time, before the Bulldogs went on the attack and kicked three unanswered goals in the second term.
Bunbury piled on another four goals, going on to win 8.6.54 to 1.2.8.