INNALOO Bulldogs had another win last weekend and will hope to continue a run of three wins after the bye.
Three consecutive wins brings the club to second spot on the WAAFL ladder.
Last weekend’s game against Greenwood was close at halftime with just seven points in it but the Bulldogs clawed away to a solid 73-point victory, 16.16 (112) to 6.3 (39).
The Bulldogs are sitting at six wins this season, doubling last season’s total.
Club vice president Jake Lockyer said best player was D Hansen in the back line and the centre.
Next weekend the team will face Dwellingup.