Around the Grounds- Round 15Wednesday, July 26, 2017 - 11:32 AM

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A Grade

North Beach played catch up to Scarborough for majority of the day with Scarborough leading by 27 points at quarter time. With one quarter to go Scarborough still led by 21 points however a six goal to two final quarter saw North Beach win by just three points. Jordan Adamson-Holmes kicked four goals for Scarborough while Nicolas Reid kicked four for North Beach.

Whitford defeated Wembley for the first time since Round 7 2016. The win is just their second of the year after they defeated Kalamunda in round 13. The loss means Wembley are just holding on to eighth spot by percentage over West Coast.

Fremantle CBC have shown they are serious premiership contenders after a 94 point win over Trinity Aquinas. Robert Young kicked six goals for Fremantle CBC while Adrian Ricciardello kicked four.

Kalamunda and University were the other winners this week.

A Grade have a bye this weekend.

B Grade

Wanneroo managed to defeat Mt Lawley as they got over the line by 11 points. Anthony Tsalikis kicked six goals for Wanneroo while B Grade Leading Goal Kicker David Mckinlay kicked four for Mt Lawley.

Swan Athletic booted their percentage with a 112-point win over Stirling. The game was set up early with Swan Athletic kicking six goals in the second quarter and another seven in the third quarter. Stirling are sitting in regulation position with just three wins for the season. Jacob Snedden kicked seven goals for Swan Athletic.

Top of the ladder North Fremantle had a convincing win over Maddington by 39 points while second placed Kingsway defeated Hamersley Carine by 95 points.

C1 Grade

Ballajura had a shock loss to Melville by 15 points. Melville have only won four matches for the season while Ballajura sit in second spot.

Quinn’s Districts have moved into fifth spot after a 51-point win over Noranda. The win places them one game clear in fifth spot ahead of Willetton who lost to Kingsley by 47 points.

Carlisle have found some form late in the season to record their fifth win. They defeated Bullcreek Leeming by 62 points but remain in eighth position.

Thornlie was the other winner this week defeating Kenwick by 48 points.

C2 Grade

Second placed Warnbro Swans came up against third placed Lynwood Ferndale on the weekend as Lynwood Ferndale managed to pull off a 22-point victory. The win moves Lynwood Ferndale into second spot while Warnbro Swans drop to third.

Top of the ladder Gosnells defeated Swan Valley convincingly by 64 points. Gosnells remain undefeated and sit three games clear on top of the ladder.

Bottom of the ladder High Wycombe were defeated by Canning Vale at Scott Reserve. High Wycombe have not won a game this year.

Bassendean and Nollamara were the other winners this week.

C3 Grade

Mosman Park and SNESA both had wins with Mosman Park defeating Manning by 14 points while SNESA defeated Dianella Morley by 9 points. Both teams are on 11 wins and 4 losses for the season with Mosman Park just ahead on the ladder by percentage.

Third placed Ellenbrook lost to eighth placed Coolbinia West Perth by 61 points. Ellenbrook have dropped to fourth on the ladder while Coolbinia West Perth move into seventh spot.

Brentwood Booragoon recorded their fifth win of the season after defeating Cottesloe by seven points. Brentwood Booragoon are still in ninth spot.

Piara Waters was the final winner this week with a victory over Belmont Districts by 36 points.

C4 Grade

There were no changes to the top half of the ladder this week as top five clubs Cockburn Cobras, Secret Harbour, Kwinana, Osborne Park and Rossmoyne all had wins in Round 15 with Cobras defeating Jandakot by 82 points, Secret Harbour defeated Cockburn Lakes by 54 points, Kwinana defeated Bayswater by 95 points, Osborne Park defeated Yanchep by 23 points and Rossmoyne defeated Armadale by 139 points.


North Fremantle are on top of the ladder in B, BR, D2 and D2R.

Ballajura had just their second loss of the season in the Ian Dargie Colts with a 52-point loss to Meville. Ballajura are still sitting top of the ladder.