Bulldogs Thrash Sharks!

Bunbury gave Dunsborough a 125 point defeat on Sunday afternoon at the Dunsborough Playing Fields, with the undermanned Sharks feeling the full fury of the Bulldogs in round ten of the SWFL season.

Dunsborough kicked their only goal late in the final term via Daniel Atkinson, with the Sharks recording their lowest ever score since joining the competition.

Bunbury meanwhile, kicked five goals in each of the four quarters, with eleven players contributing to the lop-sided scoreboard, led by Baiden Parsons who kicked four goals.   The margin was 33 points at quarter time and 69 points at half time, with Dunsborough not scoring in the second quarter, after having a behind at quarter time.  The margin was 99 points at the final break in a match where Bunbury totally outplayed the opposition.

Bunbury will now host Collie in round eleven, while Dunsborough will need to regroup before taking on Carey Park.


Bunbury            5.4.34      10.10.70     15.12.102     20.15.135
Dunsborough   0.1.1            0.1.1             0.1.1            1.4.10

Goals:  Bunbury  – Baiden Parsons 4, Harry Creasey 3, Cooper Nitschke 3, Fraser Gilchrist 2, Jaymin King 2, Jethro Barraclough 1, Mason Hawkes 1, Dylan Heasman 1, Denholm King 1, Cameron Lamonaca 1, Jett Woods 1.   Dunsborough  – Daniel Atkinson 1.
Best:  Bunbury Harry Creasey, Trae Field, Max Bilcich, Jaymin King, Baiden Parsons, Cooper Nitschke.   Dunsborough  – Lachlan Baron, Alex Coleman, Kai Vanderbeek, Ben Coghlan, Thomas Vellios, Bailey Nottle
Ground:  Dunsborough Playing Fields
Umpires:  Scott Jones, Paul Davey
Reports:  Nil
Crowd:  562

Cooper Nitshcke kicked three goals for the Bulldogs on Sunday. Jon Gellweiler photo.