Cable Beach Greenbacks headed for premiership hat-trick after monstrous win over Derby Tigers

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Cable Beach Greenbacks’ Dion Parriman in the ruck.
Camera IconCable Beach Greenbacks’ Dion Parriman in the ruck. Credit: Cain Andrews/Broome Advertiser

The Cable Beach Greenbacks have proved they are the most dominant team in the West Kimberley Football League after defeating the second best-team in the league by a massive margin.

The Derby Tigers suffered the spectacular defeat against the Cable Beach Greenbacks at Father McMahon Oval on Saturday afternoon.

The Greenbacks had the Tigers on the back foot right from the get go, with the Tigers scoring just three goals over the course of the match while Cable Beach kicked goal after goal, defeating the Tigers by 89 points, 17.10 (112) to 3.5 (23).

Rhys Hajinoor, Jordan King, Sam Reddaway, Lyle Sibosado and Daniel Cox were named the best players for the Greenbacks. Hajinoor also kicked the most goals for the team, slotting six.

It was a closer match between the Broome Bulls and the Broome Saints at Father McMahon Oval on Saturday morning, with the Bulls winning by 14 points, 7.16 (58) to 6.8 (44).

Leroy Pigram, Sandy Cole-Manolis, Johann Jack, Selwyn Hunter and Aaron Adam were named the best players for the Broome Saints.

Broome Towns defeated the Looma Eagles at Father McMahon Oval, with the Towns nearly doubling the score of the Eagles.

It was close in the first quarter, with the Towns just a goal in front, before the Eagles took the lead by four points at half-time.

But then the Towns powered through the Eagles, widening the gap until the final siren blew and winning by 39 points, 12.8 (80) to 6.5 (41).

Keanu Shandley, Darren Kirkman, Gilbert Barli, Darryl William and Dhantory Pindan were named the best players for the Looma Eagles, with Richard Cox and Kirkman tied for best goal kickers for the side, both slotting two each.

There was no game between the Bidyadanga Emus and the Peninsula Bombers after the Bombers forfeited the match.

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