Broome Towns have continued their fine form in the West Kimberley Football League, smashing the Peninsula Bombers by 89 points to remain undefeated heading into the fourth round. Feeling confident after their strong round two victory against the Bidyadanga Emus, the Towns came out firing against the Bombers under an uncharacteristically humid dry season sun at Haynes Oval on Saturday. The Towns’ Sean Gregory looks like a force to be reckoned with this season, replicating his four-goal performance in round two with another four against the Bombers. Marvin Watson for the Towns also had a strong four goal showing, with two of those coming just a few minutes apart in the second quarter, including one which saw Watson sell candy to two Bombers players before the kick, sending the crowd wild. New Towns signing Ben Goldie continued to impress with a rampant display in the midfield. Goldie was able to pluck two goals and had many of the Bombers players in his pocket for most of the game. Despite some good efforts in the first half, the Bombers struggled to get anything going in the second while the Towns continued to pile on to see a blowout, Towns 16.13-109 to the Bombers 3.2-20. The win keeps the Towns undefeated start to the season alive, and sees them sit second on the table behind an also undefeated Cable Beach, behind only on percentage. Elsewhere in the league, reigning premiers Cable Beach put on an absolute clinic against the struggling Looma Eagles at Father McMahon oval under the Friday night lights. The Greenbacks were able to hold the Eagles to just two goals while smashing home 18 of their own, Looma 2.5-17 to Cable Beach 18.11-119. The Derby Tigers added to their week two win with a strong showing against the Broome Bulls, the Tigers 17.10-112 to the Bulls 8.7-55. The win sees the Tigers move into third place having only played two games this season — a promising position they’ll hope to improve upon when they play Cable Beach in round four.