Eaton will be hoping for a better showing against Donnybrook on Saturday, when the teams line up for their round twelve clash at Glen Huon Reserve, after being beaten by 81 points in their opening round match.
The Boomers narrowly went down to Dunsborough last Sunday, while Donnybrook were convincing winners against Augusta Margaret River on Saturday.
The Dons sit in second place on the ladder and have winners all across the ground, with Sam Perkusich, Ben Howlett, Jeff Smith, Cody Miller and Bradman May amongst a swathe of players who are playing good football for Donnybrook
Karl Collard (pictured) and Greg Humphries have consistently been amongst the Boomers best and will need to be at their very best against the Dons, while Paul Rinder has also been playing well and will be a key player in the middle of the ground.
The match is likely to be much closer than the round one result, however the Dons will be hard to beat after having won six of their last seven games.
Colts 9.25am, Reserves 11.20am, Women’s 1.10pm, League 2.40pm
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