Katanning still on top
Katanning is one of three teams unbeaten in the Upper Great Southern Football League after a solid 22-point win over Williams at the weekend.
The Wanderers join Narrogin and Wickepin as the only teams to start the season undefeated after posting a 17.9 (111) to 13.11 (89) win.
Katanning trailed by one point at quarter time before booting five goals to one in the second term to take a handy advantage into half-time.
Williams responded with five goals to two in the third term before Katanning booted five in the final term to take the points.
Sam Rundle booted four while Tim Fitzgerald and Mitchell Banks both kicked three goals.
Narrogin Hawks travelled to Kukerin and posted an emphatic 143-point win, 28.11 (179) to 5.6 (36).
The Hawks league team were too good for Kukerin/ Dumbleyung from the outset, and had a 30-point lead at quarter time.
By the main break their lead had extended to 57 points and the Hawks had 12 goals to Kukerin’s three.
Narrogin had an outstanding third quarter and kicked 8.4 while Kukerin could only muster one goal for the quarter, and suddenly the Hawks lead hit 103 points.
The Hawks were able to keep up the pressure in the fourth quarter and kicked eight straight goals to end the match 143-point winners.
Perrin Quartermaine led the Hawks with five goals, Matthew Abraham got four and Darcy Boyle kicked three.
Sean Bradley, Ryan Gray, Ralph Kickett, Jayden Miller, Blair Forrest and Barton Thompson each had multiple goals.
After two rounds the Hawks sit on top of the ladder with a huge percentage after big wins against Wagin and Kukerin/ Dumbleyung.
In other games, Narrogin were 30-point winners against Kukerin in the reserves, 9.12 (66) to 5.6 (36), the Hawks had a bye in the colts, and Narrogin had a four-point win over Kukerin in the D-grade, 4.4 (28) to 4.0 (24).
Mitchell Banks kicks the ball forward for the Wanderers.