To bookend the WAFL games taking place in Broome at the weekend, the local West Kimberley Football League also took to the field in an action-packed fifth round of the competition. But before the weekend Cable Beach and the Broome Saints took to the field on Thursday night with the Saints succumbing to Cable Beach in a 59-point loss. It was a tight first half with the Broome Saints trailing by only two goals before Cable Beach hit their stride in the second half, with forward Sonny Dann helping secure Cable Beach’s massive win, kicking six goals, 14.9 (93) to 5.4 (34). Then the Peninsula Bombers took home the biggest loss in the league so far this season, suffering a massive 145-point loss to the top-of-the-ladder team, the Broome Towns. The Bombers failed to get in the game with the team kicking just a single behind every quarter before failing to score at all in the last term. The Towns didn’t take it easy on the Bombers though, racking up 22 goals and 16 behinds with Sean Gregory collecting nine goals for himself, 22.16 (148) to 0.3 (3). Then after the WAFL action, last year’s runner-ups, the Derby Tigers, earned themselves a solid six-goal win against the Broome Bulls down on Nipper Roe Oval. It’s the second win for the Tigers in a season slump, with the once dominant team now slumping to the sixth position on the ladder, 12.5 (77) to 5.9 (39). The Looma Eagles also took to the ground after the WAFL, defeating the Bidyadanga Emus despite a late comeback. The Emus lagged behind during the first half kicking only two goals to the Eagles’ seven. They broke the game open in the second half kicking six goals but it wasn’t enough to bring them back within striking distance, 14.9 (93) to 8.4 (52). In the women’s league, Cable Beach took the salt out of their grand final loss last year, taking down the Broome Towns in a dominant display. Towns took an early lead in the first quarter but were instantly put on the back foot coming into the second term. Cable Beach took their opportunity to capitalise with Katherine Dann kicking herself two goals to help secure the win, 6.7 (43) to 4.4 (28).