Dunsborough may be new to the SWFL League competition, but they are desperate to win a close one at home on Sunday when they come up against Eaton, in a match that also features David Mundy.
The hype around the match is unmistakable, and Mundy will ensure there is a big crowd in attendance for a match between tenth placed Dunsborough and ninth placed Eaton.
The Sharks after their maiden match where they were defeated by 100 points, have been highly competitive, losing their last four matches by twelve points to Augusta Margaret River, twelve points to Harvey Bulls, ten points to Harvey Brunswick Leschenault in round eight and six points to Carey Park in round seven. Prior to that in round six they drew with Bunbury meaning in their last four games they have lost by an average of ten points. The team are desperate to turn these close and honorable losses into wins, and are playing way better that the lowly position suggests. A win on Sunday will elevate them to ninth, dropping Eaton back to tenth.
The Boomers though, despite the hype, will be hoping that hype distracts the Sharks, with Eaton also playing better than their ladder position suggests, coming off an after the siren goal by Josh Bowe in round nine to claim their second win. Bowe, ruckmen Paul Rinder and Greg Humphries will be key players for the Boomers, while Pat McGinnity, Cal Foster and Max Paterson have been consistently good players for the Sharks.
Colts 9.45am, Reserves, 11.40am, Women’s 1.30pm, League 3.00pm
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