Women’s Qualifying Final Promises To Be A Beauty

Harvey Bulls will play Bunbury in the Women’s Qualifying Final at Kelly Park on Friday night, with both teams in great form in the lead-up to the historic match up.

Harvey Bulls are coming off a 58 point over Carey Park, while Bunbury defeated South Bunbury by 86 points.

The Bulls who finished second on the ladder, lost just twice in the home and away season, both to Busselton, while Bunbury who finished third lost just three times, twice to the Bulls and once to Busselton, however, they are also the only team to have beaten the Magpies in 2023.

Since the July match up in Collie during gather round, where the Bulls defeated Bunbury by 23 points, the Bulldogs have gained some firepower up forward, with Daisy Rigby kicking a SWFL record nine goals in last Sunday’s match against the Tigers and the Bulls defence will need to be on guard to stop Rigby’s influence.

The Bulls have played a solid brand of football all season with Greta McKinley, Caitlin Shales and Krystal Carter all in good form.  Shales, Emma Faulkner and fellow forward Megan Minton have kicked 81 goals between them, giving the Bulls a potent forward line of their own.

For the second time this season, the teams meet on neutral territory, with the winner to play Busselton in the Second Semi Final, while the loser will play either Donnybrook or Harvey Brunswick Leschenault in the First Semi Final.

6.00pm Harvey Bulls v Bunbury (Qualifying Final)
7.30pm Donnybrook v Harvey Brunswick Leschenault (Elimination Final)

Adults $10, Concession $8.  NO BYO, NO PETS
*Please note entry to these matches does not entitle entry to matches on Saturday or Sunday.
*Season Pass Holder Tickets valid for these matches.