A Grade (Round 16)
Wembley pulled off a much-needed win if they are to survive relegation this season. Wembley defeated West Coast 12.16 (88) to 10.12 (72). They were helped up forward by Tim Noakes who kicked five goals as well as Bronson Harry who kicked three.
Kalamunda snuck in a two-point win over Curtin Uni Wesley at Ray Owen Reserve. Kalamunda are now in fifth spot with a chance to play finals. Kalamunda have finished in eighth position the past two seasons.
Fremantle CBC have cemented their spot in the top three after a 63-46 win over Scarborough. They sit in third spot but cannot be pushed out as they are four games clear of fourth placed Scarborough.
North Beach remain on top of the ladder after they defeated Whitford while University had another win this time over Trinity Aquinas.
In a top of the table clash Kingsway defeated North Fremantle convincingly by 65 points. Kingsway move to the top of the ladder and look set to move into A Grade next season if they can continue their form into the finals. Kingsway’s Dean Page kicked six goals while Michael Wood kicked four.
Fifth placed Mt Lawley defeated third placed Swan Athletic by 23 points. The Mckinlay brothers again starring with David kicking five while Adam kicked three.
Collegians defeated Maddington by 68 points while Wanneroo defeated Hamersley Carine by 73 points.
With just one round to go the finals teams have been decided with Kingsway, North Fremantle, Swan Athletic, Wanneroo and Mt Lawley all unable to be knocked out by the other teams.
Quinn’s Districts find themselves in finals contention after they defeated Willetton by 13 points on Saturday. Willetton will need to defeat third placed Thornlie and Carlisle will need to defeat Quinn’s Districts for Willetton to now make the finals.
Second placed Ballajura defeated top of the ladder Kingsley by 18 points. Kingsley still sit two games clear on top of the ladder.
Bullcreek Leeming defeated bottom of the ladder Melville by a solid point.
Thornlie defeated Noranda by 87 points while Carlisle defeated Kenwick by 99 points.
Gosnells continue their undefeated season with a win over Warnbro Swans by 53 points. Gosnells take on fifth placed Nollamara this weekend.
Lynwood Ferndale had a surprise loss to Ocean Ridge going down by 49 points. Lynwood Ferndale are still one game clear in second spot.
It was eighth vs ninth when Canning South Perth came up against Swan Valley however the score line looked like they were much further apart on the ladder. Canning South Perth defeated Swan Valley by 61 points to move one game ahead of them.
Bassendean and Nollamara were the other winners with Bassendean defeating High Wycombe by 101 points while Nollamara defeated Canning Vale by nine points.
SNESA remain on top of the ladder after they thumped Brentwood Booragoon by 131 points. A win this week over eighth placed Belmont Districts will give them the minor premiership.
Dianella Morley continue to sit just behind SNESA after a 20-point win over Ellenbrook. Ellenbrook’s James Kendall kicked five goals.
Cottesloe made it six wins for the season with a 14.8 (92) to 9.15 (69) win over Belmont Districts. Cottesloe set up the win in the second quarter kicking 5.6 to 2.2.
Piara Waters remain in the five after a 28-point win over Manning. A win to Dianella Morley over Coolbinia West Perth this weekend will ensure they play finals.
Mosman Park was the final winner this week with a 26-point win over Coolbinia West Perth.
Jandakot had a percentage booster after they thumped Armadale by 191 points. Rocco Ferrero and Brandon Colbung kicked seven goals each for Jandakot while Jordan Laird kicked four.
Kwinana managed to get the four points after defeating Rossmoyne by eight points. Kwinana remain in third position.
Cockburn Cobras and Osborne Park both had wins with Cockburn Cobras defeating Secret Harbour by 34 points while Osborne Park defeated Cockburn Lakes by 64 points.
Yanchep were the final winners this week with a 26-point win over Bayswater at Oldham Reserve. Blake Glover kicking nine goals for Yanchep.
The A Reserves competition is very close with North Beach, Trinity Aquinas and Whitford all sitting on eleven wins and five losses for the season. Just behind them sits University and Scarborough on ten wins.
It’s a top of the table clash in E1 this week with East Fremantle and Roleystone battling it out at Winnacott Reserve. East Fremantle are undefeated this season and will be hoping to end the season that way.