Busselton Too Good For Carey Park

Busselton have proven too good for Carey Park at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday afternoon, with a 49 point win on a wet day in Busselton.

Carey Park won the last outing earlier this season, but Busselton were in control for most of the match, despite scores being close in the first half when conditions were at their worst.

Both teams managed just one goal in the first quarter, with Busselton leading by four points, extending their advantage to 15 points at half time.

Busselton extended their margin further in the third, keeping the Panthers goal-less and kicked five goals to two in the final term to win comfortably.

Liam Creighton and Mitch Howlett both kicked three goals for Busselton, as did Rory O’Brien for Carey Park, while Mitch Tenardi played another great game, and was best on ground, receiving the Think Mental Health football.

MATCH CENTRE

Busselton  1.4.10  4.4.28  6.7.43  11.11.77
Carey Park  1.0.6  2.1.13  2.3.15  4.4.28

Goals:  Busselton – Liam Creighton 3, Mitch Howlett 3, Jed Kemp 2, Dylan Patterson 2, Brodie Howell 1.  Carey Park – Rory O’Brien 3, Zane Verhaaf 1.
Best:  BusseltonMitchell Tenardi, Mitchell Fraser, Ethan Bowman, Liam Creighton, Damian Lee, Brodie Howell.  Carey Park – Bailey Taylor, Rory O’Brien, Kelvin Lawrence, Jesse Callaghan, Bill Brown.
Ground:  Sir Stewart Bovell Park
Umpires:  Aaron Andrews, Vance Burton, Brad Surrall
Reports:  Nil
Crowd:  543

Field Umpires Vance Burton and Aaron Andrews flank Mitch Tenardi, who received the Think Mental Health ball for best on ground.