Ah Chee bags three

SOUTH Fremantle is just one win and percentage from second spot after a come-from-behind eight-point win over cross-town rivals East Fremantle on Sunday.

The Bulldogs trailed by 11 points heading into the final term but were able to blast past their opposition, with league debutant and AFL draft prospect Callum Ah Chee bagging two of his three goals in the last stanza.

The first of those was a drop punt from about 35m out, tucked in on the boundary, to level the scores, the second a neat snap from closer in on the same left forward pocket to put his side 14 points up.

Josh Pullman also bagged three goals in the 10.12 (72) to 9.10 (64) win.

The Hams brothers went about their business as usual, with Ashton notching up 37 disposals, nine marks and six inside-50s and Kyle tallying 32 disposals, five tackles and one goal for the Bulldogs.

For East Fremantle, Brock O�Brien was a handful for defenders with four goals, a couple of strong marks and 21 disposals.

Liam Anthony led the Shark for disposals with 35, supported by Boston Williamson (25 disposals and a goal) and Rory O�Brien (24 disposals and one goal).

Peel kept in touch with second spot after a 22-point win over Claremont at the Claremont Showgrounds.

Clancee Pearce responded to being dropped by the Dockers with a 40-possession game that included one goal and 11 marks, as the Thunder sprinted home 13.11 (89) to 9.13 (67).

Kepler Bradley booted four goals for the Tigers.

East Perth kept its hunt for a finals berth alive with a 20-point win over Perth at Leederville Oval.

The 13.9 (87) to 9.13 (67) result was Perth�s 14th loss of the season.

Garry Moss recorded 30 disposals and Kyle Anderson and Jarrad Oakley-Nicholls both booted three goals for the Royals.

Aidan Tropiano had 34 disposals, while Marshall Jones booted three goals in a losing effort.

Rudy Riddoch booted three goals to help Swan Districts to a two-point win over West Perth at Bassendean Oval on Saturday.

The match was in the balance all day, with the hosts able to scramble home 9.11 (65) to 8.15 (63).

Shane Nelson had 33 disposals for the Falcons and Michael Lourey booted two goals.