Swans have all the answers

It was an important game for both clubs who were undefeated after two rounds, but a dominating first term by Warnbro restricted St Norbert’s to just one goal.

In the second Warnbro added three more goals while keeping St Norbert’s scoreless.

The away team fought back in the third term, kicking five goals to Warnbro’s one, but the damage was already done.

The Swans lifted in the fourth quarter and sealed the game with five unanswered goals in the 16.3 (109) to 6.6 (42) win.

Nathan Anderson continued his good form booting five goals, while captain Leigh Shepherd relentlessly ran all day in the midfield.

Jeff Tredwell and Paul O’Brien also impressed off the half-backline restricting scoring.

The reserves match was a scrappy affair with both teams showing patches of good football.

Coach Jan Crawford said he was not happy with his team’s performance but was satisfied with a win.

Warnbro kicked 13.9 (87) to St Norbert’s 10.6 (66), with Rhys Bennell and Shayne Webb best on ground.

Warnbro thumped St Norbert’s in the colts match 19.20 (134) to 6.5 (41).

The Swans dominated the tackle count, grinding the opposition down, and had 10 different scorers lead by best on ground Chris Altieri with four.

Mitchell Croxon and Blake Ellis also impressed.

The thirds lost to Gosnells 16.11 (107) to 5.2 (32), with Brendan Alison the only shining light for the Swans.