The Broome Towns will look to continue their winning ways in round three of the West Kimberley Football League, after a strong showing against the Bidyadanga Emus at Haynes Oval in round two saw the blue and red keep their perfect record alive. It was a shaky Saturday afternoon start for the Towns, who allowed the Emus to rush out to an early lead with the first goal, and looked to be asleep throughout most of the first quarter. Despite their strong first period, the Emus slowed in the second quarter, allowing the Towns to surge ahead with a number of goals to Sean Gregory and Tredrae Daisybell. It was a dominant display throughout the second half for the Towns forwards, who continued to pile on the scoreboard and managed a whopping 16 goals and just six behinds for the game to see it end in a blowout, with the Towns 16.6-102 to the Emus 6.5-41. Eric Bedford, Marvin Watson, Corbyn Bevan and Joshua Linton were all able to get a goal on the board for the Towns, while Ben Goldie managed two, Liam Bedford and Tredrae Daisybell three apiece, and Sean Gregory an impressive four goals. Elsewhere in the league, the Derby Tigers were also able to record a second victory in two rounds, smashing the Looma Eagles in a fast-paced game 96-28. The Broome Saints were able to recover from a shocking round one defeat to Cable Beach, besting the Peninsula Bombers 119 to 46 to earn their first win of the season, while reigning premiers Cable Beach defeated Broome Bulls 81 to 46.