NORTH Beach recorded a huge win in the latest round of the WA Amateur Football League’s A-grade competition.
The Tigers came out firing against bottom-placed Kalamunda and won the match 19.10 (124) to 4.6 (30) at home.
Despite some wayward kicking, Scarborough secured a win against Trinity Aquinas away, winning 8.15 (63) to 7.6 (48).
Scarborough sit second on the ladder, one game behind ladder leaders Fremantle CBC and a game clear of North Beach.
North Beach take on Trinity Aquinas next and Scarborough will face University at home.
In the women’s A-grade competition, it was a tough fight between North Beach and West Coast at City Beach Oval.
The away team started well but when they were unable to add to their score during the second quarter, West Coast kicked into gear and went into half-time four points up.
North Beach kicked three straight goals to West Coast’s 2.2, resulting in scores level 5.3 (33) when the siren sounded.
Fifth-placed North Beach take on sixth-placed Bayswater at home this weekend.