Flying start pays off

Jason Booth goes up in the ruck against Kenwick.
Jason Booth goes up in the ruck against Kenwick.

The club’s first term dominance continued last week in a thumping 114-point win against Kenwick, set up in another first quarter goal blitz.

Warnbro booted eight majors in the term to Kenwick’s solitary goal, and from there the Swans were always in control.

Coach Mitch Russell mixed up positions in the final term but Warnbro still won convincingly 23.16 (154) to 6.4 (40).

Nathan Anderson and Kane Palermo posted five goals each and Corey Catania booted three.

Best on ground was Cameron Lawford with Ryan Elwood, Sam St Jack and Catania impressive.

The reserves won a closer match against Kenwick 15.8 (98) to 10.6 (66). It was a quick start again that helped Warnbro post the win with a great first quarter from the Swans.

Coach Jan Crawford said he wanted more consistency from the side. Best on ground were Shayne Webb, Riley Brown, Corey Gardiner and Siye Williams.

The colts posted an emphatic 107-point win.

Warnbro started slow but soon began creating plenty of scoring opportunities and dominated defence in the 20.15 (135) to 4.4 (28) win.

Tyson Bowman, Matthew Schubert, Dan Abel, Chris Altieri, Mitch Croxon, Ethan Lammers and Steve Meharry were best on ground.

The thirds recorded their first win for the year with a resounding 14.6 (90) to 7.8 (50) win against Cockburn.