Top trio inspire win

Narrogin Observer
WAFL East Fremantle v East Perth at East Fremantle Oval, Fremantle, Perth. East Perth Lewis Jetta Vs East Fremantle Jayden Schofield 13 May 2017.
Camera IconWAFL East Fremantle v East Perth at East Fremantle Oval, Fremantle, Perth. East Perth Lewis Jetta Vs East Fremantle Jayden Schofield 13 May 2017. Credit: The Sunday Times, Ross Swanborough.

East Fremantle trio Jayden Schofield, Kim Schofield and Dion Anthony were impressive for their new club Wickepin on Sunday.

Former Western Bulldog Jayden Schofield (one goal) was named the Warriors’ best in their massive 19.9 (123) to 6.3 (39) win against Kukerin-Dumbleyung.

Brother Kim Schofield kicked four goals while Anthony was among the Warriors’ best.

The Cougars could not convert a major in the first term, finishing with only two behinds to the visitors’ 3.3 (21). Wickepin slotted four majors straight in the second quarter to the Cougars two goals straight, the scoreboard reading 7.3 (45) to 2.2 (14) at half-time.

The Warriors extended their lead kicking seven goals to two, to be in front 14.5 (89) to 4.3 (27) before the last change.

Damon Joyce kicked two goals for the Cougars, while Luke Crouch recorded four for the Warriors.

Joyce, Kent Patterson, Connor Berry and Peter Joyce were named Cougar’s best.

Dogs top Tigers

Wagin have won their second game of the season, with an impressive 45-point win over Katanning at Quartermaine Oval on Sunday.

Ben Morgan, Brayden Hill and Campbell Putland all starred, while kicking one goal apiece in the Bulldogs’ 13.8 (86) to 5.11 (41) win.

The visitors maintained a comfortable lead over the the Tigers throughout the match and by half time the margin was five goals, 8.5 (53) to 3.5 (23). They put the foot down in the third, leading 12.8 (80) to 4.6 (30) at three-quarter-time.

Riley Pokler (three goals), Brendan Adams (three) and Michael Seeds (two) were dangerous for Wagin up front.

Joshua Bootsma (one goal), Corey Eades and Rowan Nicholson were named Katanning's best for the match.

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