Bulls Need Four Points

Harvey Bulls simply need to keep on winning to keep their season alive, starting on Saturday when they host Eaton at the Harvey Oval, in round fifteen of the SWFL.

The Bulls currently sit in sixth place, six points behind fifth placed Bunbury, and after gaining a massive percentage boost in round fourteen when they thrashed Augusta Margaret River, the Bulls will be looking to do a similar number on Eaton, with Harvey almost back to full strength.

Eaton who have been competitive for most of the season, sit second last, and will be aware of the fire power the Bulls possess, with the Bulls kicking the first ten goals of the match against the Hawks two weeks ago.    Andrew Haydon continued his excellent form, while Tom Wood and Lloyd Beever also played well, with Matthew Bennell, Tyson Powell and Brad Holmes all very elusive and dangerous in the forward line, and are sure to terrorise the Eaton defence.

James Chadwick and Greg Humphries have played well for Eaton and both represented the SWFL at the Nutrien Ag Country Championships, along with Paul Rinder, with the trio regularly amongst the best for the Boomers, who will be looking to improve on their demoralising defeat at the hands of South Bunbury a fortnight ago.

The Bulls meanwhile, will be looking to not only win, but win big to further boost their percentage and stay in touch with Bunbury.

Colts 9.45am, Reserves 11.40am, Women’s 1.30pm, League 3.00pm
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Harvey’s Jarrod Bowman gets a fist to the ball in the contest. Jarrod will play his 50th game for the Bulls on Saturday