Swans reign in carnival final
Wet weather failed to dampen spirits across the 2018 GWABA indigenous football carnival, with scores of cars lining both Hands Oval and Kelly Park on Saturday afternoon.
Teams from across WA travelled to Bunbury for the event, with the cream of the State’s indigenous talent showcasing an excellent brand of football in front of family and friends.
Carnival powerhouse Bulldogs’ run at four consecutive titles came to an abrupt halt, with the Maali Swans defeating Saints in the grand final.
A Bunbury player aims to clear the ball into the forward line.
A Bulldogs player sends the ball deep towards the Clark Street end during their first half clash against Brotha Boys.
The Brotha Boys’ ruckman loses his cap while competing for a ruck tap against the Bulldogs.
Bunbury players listen intently during half-time of their match against Koolbardis as the rain teems down at Hands Oval.