SWFL Women, Round Three: Busselton too strong for Eaton

Busselton's women's side produced a remarkable performance against the Eaton Boomers in Round Three.

With both teams at the top of their game, the stage was set for an exciting clash on Sunday afternoon.

In front of a lively crowd at Bovell Park, the Magpies booted four unanswered goals and held a convincing lead at quarter time.

Following a tough second term, Busselton led by 15 points at the main break.

Eaton kicked just two points in the second half, before the Magpies ran out to a 8.1.49 to 2.5.17 win.

South Bunbury retained top spot with a narrow victory over Harvey Bulls in overcast conditions.

The Bulls kicked one goal in the opening term and led by three points at the first change.

Trailing by four at half time, the Tigers took the lead after kicking one goal and two points in a fun third quarter.

South Bunbury did just enough to secure a 1.6.12 to 1.5.11 result.

The Collie Eagles have gone from strength-to-strength over the past few weeks.

On Saturday afternoon, the side booted two goals to Carey Park's one in the first half.

Ahead by 24 at three-quarter time, the Eagles went on to celebrate a 7.7.49 to 2.6.18 triumph.

All eight teams will return to the field in Round Four this weekend.

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