Around the Grounds- Round 3 Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 2:27 PM

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A Grade

Trinity Aquinas had a dominant performance over newly promoted Whitford winning by 80 points. Trinity Aquinas had thirteen individual goal scorers while Whitford had eleven. Ryan Murphy kicked a game high five goals for the winning side. Murphy now sits equal first in the leading goal kicker tally alongside Matthew Battye from Fremantle CBC. 

Scarborough also had a dominant performance over Curtin Uni Wesley beating the home side by 65 points. Parker, Davies, Dawes, Adamson-Holmes and Gribble all kicked three goals each. 

Trinity Aquinas and Scarborough face off this weekend in the 2016 A Grade Grand Final rematch. 

North Beach and Fremantle CBC made it two wins in a row after both losing in the first-round while University made it three wins from three starts. 


B Grade

Mt Lawley find themselves in top position on the ladder with two wins from three starts and a handy percentage. They managed to hold on to beat Maddington in round three by thirteen points. Last year’s B Grade leading goal kicker Adam Mckinlay slotted four goals for the winning side while his brother David is leading the goal kicking award already this season with fifteen goals to his name. 

So far it remains a close competition with positions 1- 6 all sitting on two wins. Kelmscott are the only side not to have won a match this season and were beaten comfortably again in round three with a 62-point loss to Wanneroo. 

Stirling, Collegians and Maddington are all sitting on one win. 

C1 Grade

Ballajura held off Willetton to claim a six-point win and remain undefeated for the season. They now sit on top of the ladder by one game. They face an experienced C1 side this weekend in Carlisle at Kingfisher Oval.

Noranda also managed a six-point victory over Carlisle who are now sitting on the bottom of the ladder.

Quinn’s Districts recorded their first win of the season with a 49-point victory over Bullcreek Leeming. Quinn’s Districts were relegated at the end of 2016 and had lost to Ballajura and Melville before their round three win. 

C2 Grade

In the 2016 C3 Grand Final rematch Nollamara recorded their first win for the season beating Swan Valley by ten points. It was just one point more than their Grand Final winning margin in September last year. It has been a tough elevation into C2 grade for Nollamara who were beaten comfortably by Bassendean and Lynwood Ferndale in the first two rounds. They face Warnbro Swans this weekend who are sitting in second spot with three straight wins. 

After making the preliminary final last season Gosnells have kicked off 2017 with three wins and the highest percentage to sit on top of the ladder. Round three saw them defeat Ocean Ridge by 39 points.

Lynwood Ferndale, Warnbro Swans and Canning South Perth all had wins in round three as well.


C3 Grade

Cottesloe and Dianella Morley were evenly matched finishing the game with the grade’s first draw for 2017. Cottesloe now sit on top of the ladder by percentage with Dianella Morley just behind them.

Unlike Cottesloe newly elevated team Belmont Districts have had a tough start to C3 and are yet to win a game. Round three didn’t change that as Manning Rippers took the win by twenty-one points. 

Piara Waters, SNESA and Ellenbrook were the other round three winners. 

C4 Grade

Osborne Park had a convincing 89-point win over Armadale to propel them into second spot with three straight wins. Armadale are now on the bottom of the ladder with the lowest percentage. 

Secret Harbour are sitting on top of the ladder adding another win to their season with a victory over Kwinana by 40 points. A top of the table clash with Osborne Park takes place in round four. 

Cockburn Cobras defeated Cockburn Lakes comfortably by 73 points away from home. 



East Fremantle continue their dominance in E1 after thrashing Hamersley Carine by 143 points. Coolbellup also had a big win beating Forrestfield by 68 points while Roleystone beat Forrestdale by 46 points. 

Ballajura and Willetton both had big wins in E3 with Ballajura beating Piara Waters by 135 points while Willetton beat Swan Valley by the same margin. 

University are the only unbeaten team in D1 while North Fremantle and Kingsway remain unbeaten in D2.