From a nail-biter to a thrashing, the East Kimberley Football League’s hottest round made contrasting matches.
The clash among Yiyili Powers and the Waringarri Crows went down to the wire, with the Yiyili Powers winning by a person point, 9.11 (65) to 10.4 (64).
But the Ord River Magpies smashed the Port Wyndham Crocs 18.12 (120) to 6.7 (43).
James Woodhouse was a powerhouse for Ord River, booting 5 of the Magpies’ 18 targets.
Jake Stacey and Matt Welburn extended the Magpies’ substantial lead, kicking 3 targets a piece, with Timo Diederichsen, Nic Lukies and Maurice Simon slotting two plans every single and Lane Mandin rounding out the Magpies’ target scorers with one particular purpose.
The Crocs set up a superior combat in the opening quarter, getting only five details powering at the first siren.
On the other hand by the stop of the very first 50 % the Magpies experienced run absent with the match foremost by 43 details.
The Kundat Djaru Cats mauled the Wirrimanu Tigers on Friday afternoon, with the Kundat Cats’ accuracy pushing them on to victory.
The Tigers experienced a rocky start off, with the Cats foremost by 31 points at quarter time.
The Tigers fought to near the hole but it was not enough to maintain back again the Cats who won 4.7 (90) to 9.6 (60).
Yardgee Dockers had one more get, defeating the Kururrungku Roos at Halls Creek Oval on Friday evening by 26 points, 10.10 (70) to 8.6 (54).
The Halls Creek Hawks took on the Kunuurra Demons at the Demons’ home turf on Saturday afternoon, profitable 11.15 (81) to 8.2 (50).