Hawks account for Cougars

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Landmark representative Jack Walsh about to collect a contested possession.
Camera IconLandmark representative Jack Walsh about to collect a contested possession. Credit: Michael Traill

The Narrogin Hawks sit a game clear in fourth spot after easily defeating Kukerin/Dumbleyung on Saturday, 16.15 (111) to 5.9(39).

The Hawks were never really challenged throughout the game, jumping to a 8.4 (52) to 1.0 (6) lead by quarter time.

Chris Williams was prolific in the forward line, kicking six majors throughout the day, collecting best on ground in theprocess.

He was assisted in the forward line by Robert Dawson who slotted three goals for the day.

Landmark 2018 players Jack Walsh and Jordan Heil, stood out for the Hawks.

The Hawks reserves recorded their second win for the season, assisted by the return of last year’s UGSFL’s leading goal kicker, Ralph Kickett.

Second-placed Cougars started strongly, leading at quarter-time 5.2 (32) to 0.4 (4).

The young Hawks side fought back all day, finally toppling their opponents in a three goal to none last quarter to win 10.12 (72) to 9.7 (61).

Katanning Wanderers are still undefeated on 677 per cent, at the top of the ladder, smashing Wickepin 32.15 (207) to 4.4 (28). Former Hawthorn star Kade Steward kicked seven goals and wasawarded full votes for the Wanderers.

Braden Crosby also kickedseven, Wanderers finished with 11 individual goal kickers.

Boddington are now two games clear of Williams in second spot, easily seeing offBrookton/Pingelly 23.20 (158) to3.1 (19).

Harrison Ellis booted 10 goals for the Eagles, while Adam Waight managed five of his own.

Jye Depane and MatthewGiumelli collected the votes for the day.

Williams had a comfortable win over Wagin, securing a 18.18 (126) to 4.4 (28) victory.

Former Swan Districts player, Ricky Cary, was best on ground and leading goal scorer for the Cats with six majors.

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