Scarborough defeated Trinity Aquinas on Saturday for the first time since their elevation into the A Grade competition in 2016.
The teams met for just the fifth time on Saturday with the record standing at three wins and a draw in favour of Trinity Aquinas.
Scarborough started the match slow failing to kick a goal in the first quarter but quickly turned it around to trail by just one point at half time. Eight points separated the two sides at three quarter time before a 4.2 to 2.2 final quarter saw Scarborough take the win over Trinity Aquinas for the first time by just four points.
Whitford recorded their first victory of the season defeating Kalamunda by 50 points.
Wembley also added another win to their season with a surprise victory over University by six points.
North Beach have moved into top spot after defeating Curtin Uni Wesley by 17 points.
Fremantle CBC was the final winner for the week defeating West Coast by 62 points.
Top sides North Fremantle, Kingsway, Swan Athletic and Wanneroo all added another win to their tally and some handy percentages with North Fremantle defeating Kelmscott by 142 points. Kingsway defeated Maddington by 96 points. Swan Athletic defeated Collegians by 42 points and Wanneroo defeated Stirling by 88 points.
Mt Lawley also had a win over Hamersley Carine by 60 points.
Wanneroo’s Blake Arnold kicked the most goals this week adding eight to his tally of 35 for the season.
Kingsley remain two games clear on top of the ladder after a 46-point win over Quinns Districts. James Del Borrello kicked six goals for Kingsley.
Willetton defeated bottom of the ladder Melville by 49 points. Nicholas Ho kicking six goals for Willetton in front of a strong Ladies Day crowd.
It was a closer match at Mills Park as Kenwick stunned Noranda to win by 16 points.
Ballajura and Thornlie also had wins in Round 13 over Carlisle and Bullcreek Leeming respectively.
Some big wins in C2 this week with Gosnells defeating Lynwood Ferndale by 92 points. Ocean Ridge defeated High Wycombe by 141 points while Bassendean defeated Swan Valley by 98 points.
Nollamara had their sixth win of the year defeating Warnbro Swans by 10 points. Nollamara were down by 16 points at three quarter time but managed to kick 4.3 to 0.1 in the final quarter to take the points.
Canning South Perth defeated Canning Vale by 20 points, unfortunately the win wasn’t enough to move them out of relegation position just yet.
Snesa boosted their percentage and moved from fourth spot to second after a 101-point win over Piara Waters.
Mosman Park and Ellenbrook are sitting closely behind though as they recorded wins over Cottesloe and Manning.
Dianella Morley remain on top of the ladder after defeating Brentwood Booragoon by 62 points.
Belmont Districts was the final winner for the week with a 78-point victory over Coolbinia West Perth.
Ninth placed Bayswater faced tenth placed Armadale this week. Bayswater ensured they don’t finish on the bottom of the ladder with a convincing 90-point win. Bayswater are one win off the bottom.
Top of the ladder Secret Harbour came up against third placed Osborne Park at Robinson Reserve. Osborne Park led at every change with a five goal second quarter setting up a 72-point win.
Cobras move into top spot with a win over Rossmoyne by 83 points.
Kwinana had a percentage boosting win over Yanchep by 104 points while Cockburn Lakes defeated Jandakot by 7 points.
Kingsley are sitting on top of the C1 Reserves ladder as well as the C1 league ladder. Kingsley have won twelve matches in a row in the reserves with their only loss this year being in Round 1 against Bullcreek Leeming.
Ellenbrook sit on top of the ladder in C3 Reserves and are undefeated this season so far. They also have a percentage of 397.75 compared to second place with 158.05. Their percentage was boosted last weekend with a 168-point win over Manning.