Big Bunbury Derby On Sunday

It might only be round four of the Dale Alcock Homes South West, SWFL premiership season, but there is plenty on the line for both Bunbury and Carey Park when the clash on Sunday.

Bunbury are undefeated having played two games, while Carey Park have only won the one match, after a shock loss to Collie last Sunday.  The Bulldogs have won seven of the last ten encounters against the Panthers, while the Panthers have won the last three.

Bunbury overcame a slow start against Harvey last Saturday evening in Harvey to take the four points, while the Panthers had several culprits last week who could not kick straight in their six point loss to the Eagles.

A Bulldogs win at home will be a disastrous start for Carey Park who will be entrenched in the bottom part of the ladder, while Bunbury would go into a round five clash with Harvey Brunswick Leschenault, potentially with both teams undefeated.

Carey Park will be looking to win for Zane Verhaaf who plays his 100th League match.  Verhaaf told the SWFL Footy Budget, that he loves playing in the ruck and being able to get around the ground to contests to impact the match.

The match is on Sunday at Payne Park commencing at 2.40pm

Match Details
Colts 9.25am, Reserves 11.20am, Women’s 1.10pm, League 2.40pm
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Zane Verhaaf plays his 100th game on Sunday for Carey Park.