SWFL Women, Round Five: Bulls thrash Collie

The Harvey Bulls held on to second spot after decimating the Collie Eagles at home in the women's competition.

Collie scored just two points in the opening term, while the Bulls kicked four goals.

Ahead by 40 points at the main break, Harvey then booted another two goals to one in the third quarter and ran away to win 10.10 (70) to 1.5 (11).

The Bulls remain in contention for this year's premiership.

Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault's women's side notched up an impressive win over the Eaton Boomers at Brunswick Oval.

The Lions booted three goals to one in the first quarter, before kicking another two in the second.

After remaining scoreless in the third quarter, Eaton came back to dominate the fourth.

The Lions held on to win 7.6 (58) to 2.1 (13) and claim their second victory of the season.

After a rocky start to the year, Bunbury earned its second win with a fearless display against Busselton on Sunday.

The Bulldogs silenced the critics by kicking two unanswered majors in the first term and another two in the second.

After claiming just one point in the first half, Busselton kept the Bulldogs scoreless in the third term.

Slotting another two goals in the fourth, Bunbury ran away to win 6.7 (43) to 1.2 (8).

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