Hawks fly to fourth
Narrogin sit a game clear in fourth spot on the Upper Great Southern Football League after a tight win over Wickepin by 13 points.
The Hawks sit on 12 points from five matches, a game clear of Wickepin in fifth, and a game behind Boddington and Williams in second and third respectively.
In wet and windy conditions, the Hawks burst out of the gate kicking 5.1 to 1.1 in the first term.
In the remaining final three quarters, just five goals were kicked by both sides.
Wickepin bounced back with three goals to one in the third term with Narrogin inaccurate in front of goal.
The away team kicked the only goal in the final term but could not reduce the margin enough.
Matthew Abraham booted three goals for the Hawks taking his seasonal total to nine while Ryan Fleay, Nicholas Miller, Ralph Kickett and Christopher Williams each slotted a major.
Katanning have extended their lead at the top of the Upper Great Southern Football League with a thumping win over Williams extending their percentage to 526 per cent.
The Wanderers have five wins from five games to start the season posting a 17.18 (120) to 5.2.(32) awaywin over third-placed Williams on Sunday.
Katanning sit a game clear and on a massive percentage at the top of the ladder.
Josh Bootsma and Laurence Collard booted four goals each while former Hawthorn player Kade Stewart kicked three.
Billy Collier, Braden Crosby and Tyrone Roe each booted two goals.
Katanning dominated from the opening term booting nine first half-goals.
In other matches, Brookton-Pingelly won a low-scoring match against Wagin 4.10 (34) to 3.11 (29).
Boddington moved into second with four wins for the season after accounting for Kukerin-Dumbleyung 10.11 (71) at home.