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Second-placed Augusta-Margaret River will embark on one of the longest road trips in the SWFL on Sunday, when they travel to the Collie Recreation Ground to play the Eagles.
The first half of the 2021 South West Football League season has seen a couple of sides stand out from the rest, but the door is still wide open for at least eight teams.
At the halfway mark of the SWFL women’s season, Bunbury sit alone at the top of the table unbeaten. But will they stay there?
At the halfway mark of the South West Football League season, journalist Jackson Barrett has taken a look at some of the competition’s best from the season so far.
At the halfway mark of the SWFL women’s competition, South Western Times journalist Justin Fris has selected his mid-season SWFL women’s team of the year.
After pulling off a convincing 25-point victory over Donnybrook during round nine, Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault will find themselves with another chance to topple Busselton.
Four goals to Cameron Davidson, who returned to Collie this week from East Fremantle, has guided the Eagles to a win over Busselton which sees the two sides swap positions on the ladder.
Augusta-Margaret River have an opportunity to get back to winning ways at Gloucester Park on Saturday when they host Carey Park.
League leaders Bunbury are in prime position to retain Dale Alcock Homes South West WA derby honours when they face South Bunbury at Hands Oval on Sunday.
I’ve got a theory on how the South Bunbury women’s team could be dethroned by Bunbury on Sunday afternoon.
Sunday’s showdown between South Bunbury and Bunbury is a match almost everyone in the region has been waiting for.
Watch the replay of our special coverage of the South Bunbury v Bunbury Dale Alcock Homes South West Derby includes both men’s and women’s teams doing battle for a WA Day double.
Imagine a football side with Carlton legends Craig Bradley and Stephen Kernahan, Hawthorn great John Platten and inaugural Adelaide captain Chris McDermott playing together.
The old cliche is that anything can happen in a derby — but in Bunbury, the Bulldogs have won the last six on the trot.
A Herculean performance from Mitch Keller ensured the Perkins Builders South West Slammers men’s team ran out 90-80 winners over the Kalamunda Eastern Suns on Saturday night in Perth.
A blistering start from Bunbury led to Sunday’s 15.13 (103) to 8.10 (58) victory over Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault at Payne Park.
Collie are beginning to turn their season around and are on the precipice of the South West Football League’s top five, after a comfortable win on the road against Donnybrook yesterday.
Bunbury maintained their unbeaten streak in the SWFL women’s competition with a 6.10 (46) to 0.1 (1) win over a determined Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault at Payne Park on Sunday.
Busselton rolled to a commanding 72-point win over a lacklustre Carey Park on Saturday morning at Kelly Park.
Bethany Bond was at her brilliant best on Saturday at Glen Huon Reserve, as South Bunbury thumped the Eaton Boomers 14.10 (94) to 0.1 (1).
SWFL purists are in for a treat on Sunday, as premiership heavyweights Bunbury and Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault lock horns at Payne Park.
Bunbury are red-hot favourites to defeat Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault at Payne Park on Sunday.
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