Tigers Looking To Extend Unbeaten Run

South Bunbury sit two games clear on top of the ladder, and the Tigers will be looking to extend that run to eight consecutive wins on Sunday when they play Carey Park at Hands Memorial Oval.

Carey Park have won two of the last three contests, the most recent being the Preliminary Final where they knocked the Tigers out of the finals race by 12 points.

South Bunbury who are undefeated to this point, hit the front in the WA Day Derby with eleven seconds remaining to record a thrilling victory by four points, while Carey Park defeated Eaton by 43 points at Kelly Park on Saturday.

Both sides have players in form, which will lend to the contest.   Carey Park will be desperate to take the four points, currently sitting in sixth place on the ladder and a loss could see them drop to seventh should Busselton defeat the Hawks.    Although the Tigers are two games clear, they won’t want to be complacent, against a young Panthers side who can run all day.

Scattered showers are forecast for Sunday’s match which commences at 2.40pm.

Match Details
Colts 9.25am, Reserves 11.20am, Women’s 1.10pm, League 2.40pm
Live Scoring PlayHQ, SEN App, 621am & 1494am


Ethan Nordahl has been in great form for the Tigers this season. Photo courtesy of Wayne Hislop.