Bulls lead charge over Beach
Bulls player-coach Ben Sarsfield showed why he leads the charge this week kicking three goals in his first game for the season as Bulls defeated Cable Beach under a blazing sun, 61 points to 45 in round 4 of the West Kimberley Football League.
Cable Beach’s former president Jay Cassidy was given a great send-off for his 150th and last game at the club despite the weather.
“it’s a bit hot but yeah the guys are doing all right,” he said.
“The first quarter was a bit hot and a bit slippery — it’s still a bit surreal and hasn’t sunk in properly, 15 years playing and this is the first game I don’t feel nervous for.”
“Good luck to the club and all the teams in the league, the WKFL has come along leaps and bounds and it’s all through commitment — I’m sure if everyone keeps putting in that kind of effort the league will only get stronger”.
Saints narrowly beat the Bombers the night before under lights 66 points to 56, M. Hunter and C. Clifton were put forward as the best players for Saints and Bombers respectively.
Bidyadanga Emus continued to increase their stranglehold on the competition, thrashing Towns 126 points to 55, Emus’ Selwyn Hunter added an extra goal to his nine as the leading goal kicker from round 3 while C. Bell kicked an astonishing seven of Town’s eight goals.
The Tigers remain on zero points this round, as Looma Eagles led at every change, eventually sealing the win 59 points to 30. S. Buck, D. Wilson and C. Clancy kicked two goals each.
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