A dominant performance from Lloyd Padwick and Dustin Marshall guided Brookton-Pingelly to a comprehensive victory over the Narrogin Hawks in round four of the Upper Great Southern Football League on Saturday. The Panthers stormed to their fourth straight victory of the season after running out convincing 114-point winners in Brookton. Padwick and Marshall combined to kick 14 out of their sides 24 goals. A powerful first half from the Panthers set up the victory as they piled on 14 goals, including nine unanswered in the second term, to lead by a commanding 79 points at the main break. The Hawks tried to fight back in the third stanza, booting four goals, but the Panthers stretched the margin to 93 points by the final change. Four goals in the final term sealed the emphatic 24.14 (158) to 7.2 (44) victory as Padwick and Marshall kicked seven goals each. Mitchell White, Jayden Bootsma, Michael Allen and Callan Eddy and Ethan Smart joined Marshall in the Panthers best players. The Hawks were best served by Tom Bodford, Ross Daley, William Graham, Blair Forrest, Ricky Henry and Jack Walsh while Bradley Wrage and Nathan Ugle kicked two goals each. Kukerin-Dumbleyung continued their impressive season after holding off Wickepin in Sunday’s contest at Wickepin. The Cougars registered their third win of the season with a 12-point victory over the winless Warriors. After leading by seven points at half time the Cougars extended their advantage to 14 points at the main break. The Cougars kicked the only goal of the third stanza and despite the Warriors kicking two goals in the final term, the Cougars prevailed 9.7 (61) to 7.7 (49). Eric Botha booted four goals in the win while Nathan Phillips added two as Byron Blevin, Peter and Justin Joyce, Stockton Shotter, Brodie Kingston and Jake Angwin were among their best. Jethro Duffy kicked three goals for the Warriors and was well supported by Matthew Jukes, Jamie Wilson, Sam Fortini and Kendal Ballard.