Little stands between the Bunbury Bulldogs women’s team and this year’s South West Football League premiership title.
The side maintained its colossal unbeaten run with a 42-point victory (11.4.70 to 4.4.28) over South Bunbury in Round 16.
South Bunbury failed to trouble the reigning premiers, as the top team kicked four unanswered goals in the first term.
After kicking one in the second term, the Bulldogs booted four unanswered goals in the third.
Despite the loss, the Tigers celebrated their three goals to two performance in the fourth.
Harvey Bulls remain second on the ladder following their 73-point demolition of Collie on Saturday afternoon.
At Harvey Oval, the home crowd cheered as the Bulls slotted two unanswered goals in the first term and seven in the second.
The Eagles kicked two goals in the second quarter, but failed to score after half time.
Harvey then ran out to a whopping 13.7.85 to 2.0.12 win.
Carey Park resides in fifth place following a convincing display against bottom-placed Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault.
Hard work and team chemistry helped the Panthers score five goals to one in the first half.
Carey Park earned a 12.9.81 to 1.1.7 victory thanks to two goals in the third quarter and five more in the fourth.