The Kimberley Aboriginal Health Service West Kimberley Football League women’s competition entered round two over the weekend, with the series of close games hinting at a fierce season ahead. Kicking off the round, Cable Beach looked to establish their dominant position, defeating a strong Broome Towns at Broome Recreation and Aquatic Centre’s Father Mac Oval. The first quarter saw Cable Beach score five goals while keeping Towns scoreless. Towns kicked into gear in the second quarter, scoring two goals, to sit on 14 points at half-time compared with Cable Beach’s 38 points. The second half of the game was close, with Towns scoring another two goals, but suffering an injury in the fourth quarter. Despite their efforts, it wasn’t enough to calm the storm of the raging Beach side which kicked another three goals, resulting in a final score of Cable Beach 9.8 (62) to Broome Towns 4.5 (29). The competition continued on Saturday with the Broome Bulls Football Club taking on the Looma Eagles Football Club at Haynes Oval. The game was close from start to finish, with both sides scoring consistently across all four quarters, however the Bulls were unable to match the Eagles by — full time, Looma Eagles winning 3.5 (23) to Broome Bulls 2.1 (13). In the midday heat, the Derby Tigers Football Club faced off against the Saints Football Club, in a heated game resulting in a four point difference when the final siren sounded. The game saw the teams in close contention from start to finish, with both teams on nine points at half time and 16 points at the third quarter. The final quarter decider saw the Tigers fall to the Saints, who scored two goals to win the match 4.4 to Tigers 3.6. In the final match of the round, Bidyadanga Emus defeated Peninsula Bombers 4.7 (31) to 2.4 (16).