The West Kimberley Football League continued over the weekend, with season frontrunners starting to take shape and the competition heating up in the second round. The opening game saw one of the most one-sided contests ever in the WKFL, with Cable Beach scoring 23 goals while holding Broome Towns to just one goal for the match. The reigning premiers took control early, preventing Towns from scoring for the entire first quarter and allowing them to grasp just one point by half-time, while Cable Beach sat on 71 points. At three-quarter-time Cable Beach had reached 19 goals, with Towns sitting on just eight points. The onslaught continued in the fourth quarter, with Cable Beach again preventing Towns from scoring, resulting in a full-time score of 23.13 (151) to Broome Towns 1.2 (8). Edward Mcginty kicked a whopping 12 goals for the game. The competition continued on Saturday, with three men’s games played across the day, starting with the Broome Bulls taking on the Looma Eagles at 11.30am at Haynes Oval. The Eagles came out strong, preventing the Bulls from scoring a single point in the first quarter and snatching 34 points for themselves. By half-time the Eagles had six goals and five points and the Bulls still had not kicked a goal. The Bulls put up a fight kicking five goals across the game, but it wasn’t enough to tie down the Eagles who soared to victory 12.9 (81) to Bulls 5.6 (36). The afternoon brought a tight clash between the Derby Tigers and the Saints in which Derby won 10.6 (66) to 5.8 (38). The final game of the round saw the Peninsula Bombers face off against the Bidyadanga Emus. The Emus prevailed 13.13 (91) to 6.10 (46). The season will continue on Friday night with the Saints taking on the Broome Bulls at 7.30pm at the BRAC ovals.