Swans reign in car­ni­val fi­nal

Harvey-Waroona Reporter - - SPORT - Justin Fris

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.

Pic­ture: Justin Fris

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.

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