Football: Kalamunda Cougars win third in a row with 64-point triumph over West Coast Cowan


Curtis Jack gets chaired off in his 150th. Picture: Don Benson Photography
Curtis Jack gets chaired off in his 150th. Picture: Don Benson Photography

KALAMUNDA won its third straight game in A-grade amateurs on Saturday, demolishing West Coast Cowan by 64 points in Curtis Jack’s 150th game.

Brett Robinson worked through another heavy tag to have 28 touches, with Albert Dean and Trent Pottinger also playing well through the middle.

Sean Fletcher was best aground off his wing, with Daniel Brescacin and Brett van Groningen providing plenty of run off halfback.

Justin Simpson returned from injury to boot four goals, with Curtis Jack fittingly booting the last goal of the day in emphatic style.

The final score was the Cougars 14.10 (94) to West Coast 4.6 (30).

The reserves won 7.11 (53) to 7.2 (44), with Dylan and Beau Barratt leading the charge from the middle, as the boys hung on for their first win of the season.

Earlier in the day, the colts were soundly beaten by a top-three West Coast team, going down 15.11 (101) to 2.1 (13).

The E1 league team travelled to Forrestfield and came away with an 80-point win, with Ryan Sorbara kicking six goals and Daniel Henderson best on the ground.