WITH all five teams playing old rival Scarborough at home, it was the D2 reserves that recorded Kalamunda’s only win on Saturday.
Captain Luke Reilly led the way with Steve Cameron best on ground in a strong six-goal win.
The D2 league team allowed Scarborough three unanswered goals in the third term and were never able to get back into the contest once the weather set in, and ended up going down by 25 points in their top of the table clash. Shane Neillings and Kaine Dangerfield topped the voting cards for the Cougars.
The colts competed hard but lost a close one at Scarborough by 11 points, with Ryan Newbold best on and Kevin McGrath showing he’s finally recovered from that Chinese sit-up incident last season.
The reserves lost by eight goals with Brandyn Luckens the main contributor for Kalamunda, before the A grade league team came up against a third place Scarborough team, and lost by nine goals.
Peter Kerslake rucked his heart out while under-23 state representative Jordan Lee was best on for Kalamunda.