Chaplin performs for Tigers

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Saints' Shona Haynes and Derby's Jacinta Brooker struggle for the ball.
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Round seven of the 2019 WKFL Women’s season saw dominant victories for the league’s top teams.

The round kicked off with the Derby Tigers ascending to the top of the ladder after achieving a comfortable win over the Saints at Derby Oval.

Dominant efforts from the likes of Sarah Chaplin and Kamesa Sibosado saw the Tigers keep the Saints goalless for the entirety of the match while Natashka Ozies and Kalesiah Ejai were the big contributors to the Derby scoreboard.

Although the Saints tried their hardest to match the Tigers, it was not enough to beat the Tigers, who went on to win 2.5 (17) to 0.2 (2).

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Meanwhile, on Nipper Roe Oval, the Cable Beach Greenbacks’ were back to their usual formula of dominance and kept Bidyadanga Emus scoreless for the match's entirety.

Greenbacks’ Rebecca Boni, Marcia Augustine and Candace Wilson were among the big scorers in the one-sided affair, with the final score being 16.16 (112) to 0.0 (0).

The round concluded with an intense match-up between the Looma Lady Eagles and the Broome Bulls.

Although the Bulls had plenty of shining lights through Harriet Parkes, Jessica Healy and Shanice Flemming, it was not enough to topple the likes of Looma’s Kieesha Rogers, Alana Pindan, and Darliah Killer.

The Lady Eagles held on to win 2.10 (22) to 1.2 (8).

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