Katanning Wanderers marched to another impressive victory, downing Boddington by 86 points in blustery, wet and wintry conditions on Sunday at Quartermaine Oval to remain on top of the Upper Great Southern Football League ladder. The Wanderers finished with a percentage-boosting win after their fourth straight triumph to start the new season and now prepare to face fellow undefeated side Brookton-Pingelly in a top of the table clash this Sunday. After winning the toss the Eagles kicked against the breeze in the first term but the Wanderers started well with fast and accurate ball movement. Kade Stewart kicked a ripper goal, a difficult shot from the wrong pocket for a left footer from outside fifty and then Caleb Keley kicked accurately to give their side two within a few minutes. The Wanderers continued to attack the goals and by quarter-time had a commanding 47-point buffer. The second quarter was a struggle for both sides, the scoring dried up as the rain poured down. The Eagles put more players behind the ball to stop the home side’s scoring options but the highlight of the quarter was a long goal by full-forward Hayden Yarran, who picked up a loose ball on the half forward line, shrugged two tackles and split the middle from well outside the 50m arc. The third quarter for the Wanderers was very much like the first, with plenty of goal-scoring opportunities but they managed only two majors from 10 scoring shots, with half-forward Callum Collard and midfielder player Codie Mills-Durack kicking truly to extend the advantage to 74 points by the final change. The lights took effect in the last quarter and tensions spilled over in the final term, with both teams involved in a melee. To the Eagles’ credit they fought hard in the last quarter and kicked their only two goals of the game, with Harry Ellis crumbing from the right forward pocket and Jimi Gillespie scoring from the goal square after a 50m penalty following a high hit from Tyron Pinney. Stewart again kicked a long goal and set one up for Lawrie Collard with a precision pass while Wanderers’ Callum Collard added his third from in front as their side ran out big winners, 14.20 (104) to 2.6 (18). For his outstanding display that included three goals, Stewart was awarded the game ball by the umpires as part of Belt Up Round, as Wanderers ran out big winners. The home side were well served by Tyrone Roe, Khallon Zilm, Billy Collier and defenders Ryan Pontillo and Declan Georgy and Josh Pinney. For the Eagles midfielder Jimi Gillespie won plenty of the ball and Alek Oliver and Chilton Yarran tried hard in defence and Thomas Pyke was also solid. Reigning premiers Williams bounced back from their defeat last week, toppling Wagin by 96 points on Sunday. The Cats slammed home 11 goals to one in the second half to win 18.8 (116) to 2.8 (20). Gerald Medlen booted four goals while Matt Priddis (two goals), Riley Cunningham and Simon and Nathan Panizza were influential. Kyle Hammersley, Tom Fleay, Jai Jeffery, Brodie Bates, Alex Mancini and Daniel Roderick played well for the Bulldogs.