Sharks stay in the hunt
EAST Fremantle kept their finals hopes alive by beating Perth by 49 points, 17.12 (114) to 9.11 (65) on Saturday.
It was a good performance from the Sharks as they extended their advantage at every change, leading by 11 points at quarter-time, 16 at half-time, 35 at three quarter-time and 49 by the final siren.
Big man James Bristow provided a good target when up forward for East Fremantle kicking four goals from 16 possessions, eight marks and 12 hit outs.
Andrew Stokes gave good support with 19 disposals, eight marks and eight hit outs.
Brett Peake also kicked four goals for the Sharks and George Hampson two.
Liam Anthony amassed 36 possessions for East Fremantle, Cameron Eardley 26, Matthew Jupp 25, Jamie McNamara 24, Sean Henson 23, Jesse Adamini 21 and Ryan Lester-Smith 21.
Brett Wolfenden, Marshall Jones, Sam Garstone and Cody Ninyette all kicked two goals each for Perth.
Liam McKenna gathered 28 possessions for the Demons, Clint Jones 26, Wolfenden 26, Dene White 22, Julian Jacobs 21, Rowan Brookes 20 and Ashley Boyes 18.
In the Reserves, Perth 10.6 (66) lost to East Fremantle 26.6 (162).
In the RediMed Colts, Perth 4.3 (27) lost to East Fremantle 13.14 (92).