BULLSBROOK Saints have found their feet halfway into the season.
Last weekend the Saints travelled up to Mundaring to take on the Kangaroos in their round nine clash, fresh from a convincing win against Gidgegannup.
Mundaring were hungry for a win after some promising recent performances and Bullsbrook were looking to string a couple of victories together for the first time this year.
Both teams had extra motivation for the match with Mundaring’s Tyson Hamling celebrating his 150th game and much-loved Bullsbrook player Conall Curran playing his final match for the Saints following his retirement announcement earlier that week.
Bullsbrook held a lead into the first break but it was still anybody’s game.
In the second and third quarters, Mundaring were able to gain the ascendency in the centre clearances and provide their forwards with opportunities.
Bullsbrook’s backs were made to work hard.
In the last quarter, Mundaring threw everything they had at Bullsbrook kicking the first goal but, as in previous weeks, the Saints’ fitness was telling as they were able to run away with the match and finish 32-point victors in a fitting send-off to Curran.
Bullsbrook hosts Parkerville next in a battle for the top four.