Dynamos kept their South West Soccer Association - Men's premier title chances in tact with a 9-0 win over Bunbury United.
Margaret River took down Australind 3-1, while South West Phoenix obliterated Dunsborough 7-0. Busselton and Hay Park played out a 1-1 draw.
Hay Park's men's reserves edged out Busselton 1-0, before Dynamos crushed Bunbury Utd 5-2. Australind was forced to forfeit its clash with Collie.
Hay Park's premier ladies defeated Busselton 3-0, Margaret River beat Australind 1-0, and Dynamos pipped Dunsborough 3-2.
Blackwood's ladies reserves destroyed Bunbury Utd 10-0, while Dalyellup and Australind tied 1-1.
Kieran Quinn scored a hat-trick in the Hay Park men's premier side's 3-1 win over Dalyellup on August 7.
Sunday saw Phoenix topple Australind 7-1, Busselton overpower Dunsborough 2-1, Dynamos take down Margaret River 2-1, and Dalyellup breeze past Bunbury Utd 5-0.
Dunsborough's men's reserves brought down Busselton 4-1, Dynamos shocked Collie 5-0, and Bunbury Utd upset Dalyellup 4-2.
Hay Park's premier ladies put 11 unanswered goals past Dunsborough, Dynamos beat Australind 2-0, and Busselton overcame Margaret River 3-1.
Geographe and Australind's ladies reserves drew 2-2, before Hay Park knocked off Dalyellup 2-1.
Bunbury's Brad Scott and the Pararoos headed to Spain for the 2019 International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football World Cup.
The team got off to a rocky start with a 0-7 loss to Ukraine. Australia lost 1-4 to Argentina, but claimed a 2-0 win over Spain.
Following their 5-0 win over Thailand, the Pararoos suffered a 1-2 loss to Germany. Australia ended its campaign with a 4-2 win over Canada.
The Pararoos are currently 10th on the IFCPF world Rankings.