Doughty bags four majors as Diorites tame Panthers

Neale HarveyKalgoorlie Miner
Boulder’s Shyrone Graham and Mines Rovers’ Kasey Murison.
Camera IconBoulder’s Shyrone Graham and Mines Rovers’ Kasey Murison. Credit: Carwyn Monck/Kalgoorlie Miner

Shayden Doughty kicked four goals last Saturday to underpin Mines Rovers’ 74-point victory against Railways, 13.19 (97) to 3.5 (23), in the Goldfields Football League’s colts division.

Doughty was supported by Alex Falla’s three goals and two from Kasey Murison that powered the Diorites’ nine-goal second half.

Railways were within 18 points at the long break, but they added just 1.1 the rest of the way.

Chris Donaldson was the Panthers’ leading forward with two goals.

A colts general bye applies this weekend because of the GFL’s participation in the annual Great Southern Carnival in Kulin.

In last weekend’s reserves matches, Jacob Potts kicked five goals in Mines Rovers’ win against Railways, 7.18 (60) to 3.5 (23).

Railways led by 12 points at half-time, but failed to add to their score.

Lewis Johns booted eight goals when Boulder beat Kambalda, 20.22 (142) to 1.1 (7).



Kalgoorlie 28 points; Mines Rovers 16; Boulder 16; Railways 0.


Mines Rovers 30 points; Boulder 26; Railways 12; Kalgoorlie 12; Kambalda 0.

Leading goalkickers:


T. Clark (Kalgoorlie) 19 goals; Z. Clark (Kalgoorlie) 14; B. George (Boulder) 13; C. Scafidi (Mines Rovers) 12; C. Donaldson (Railways) 11; H. Clark (Kalgoorlie) 10; J. Tucker (Kalgoorlie) 10.


L. Johns (Boulder) 44 goals; M. Waters (Boulder) 18; J. Potts (Mines Rovers) 16; G. Gascoyne (Kalgoorlie) 15; C. Strano (Mines Rovers) 14; B. Ryan (Railways) 13.

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