Bulldogs Win As Gribble Breaks Record

There was a game to be won, but the day would belong to Jesse Gribble, who broke the all time games record for the Bunbury Football Club on Saturday afternoon at his beloved PC Payne Park.

The round twelve match was won by the Bulldogs to the tune of 92 points, with a dominant second quarter seeing the home side kick nine goals.

Not content with soaking up the adulation pre-match, Gribble was in vintage form kicking three goals, on his way to a best on ground performance, earning him the Indigenous Game Ball, as part of Indigenous Round.

Joel Houghton kicked six goals to extend his lead in the SWFL goal kicking stakes, while Trae Field and Denholm King also played well for the Bulldogs, who cement themselves in second place on the ladder.

Match Centre

Bunbury               4.4.28     13.8.86     17.12.114     18.18.126
Harvey Bulls        1.1.7          4.3.27       4.4.28         5.4.34

Goals:  Bunbury  – Joel Houghton 6, Jesse Gribble 3, Jett Woods 3, Dylan Heasman 1, Harry Creasy 1, Denholm King 1, Cameron Lamonaca 1, Cooper Nitchske 1, Baiden Parsons 1.    Harvey Bulls  – Riley Vidovich 2, Harry Gualter 1, Evan Hill 1, Jonathon Ietto 1.
Best:  Bunbury  – Jesse Gribble, Trae Field, Joel Houghton, Denholm King, Jett Woods, Mason Hawkes.   Harvey Bulls – Jonathon Ietto, Riley Vidovich, Harry Gualter, Jordan Rakowski, Fynn Hinchcliffe, Evan Hill.
Ground:  PC Payne Park
Umpires:  Brady Larsen, Greg Rolfe, Braden Surrall
Reports:  Nil
Crowd:  608


Jesse Gribble makes his way onto Payne Park for game 269. Photos courtesy of Jon Gellweiler.