After ten rounds North Beach are sitting in second position with eight wins and two losses. That’s three more wins and two positions higher on the ladder than this time last year.
North Beach have defeated both 2016 Grand Finalists Trinity Aquinas and Scarborough already this season as well as current ladder leaders University. Last weekend they defeated Kalamunda, a team they lost to in round one this season.
Their only other loss this season has been against the in form Fremantle CBC by just nine points.
The schedule coming up also looks good for North Beach as the next three weeks sees them play teams in the bottom four spots.
Trinity Aquinas managed to hold off West Coast to record a 10-point win. Ryan Murphy kicked six goals for Trinity Aquinas.
Fremantle CBC defeated University by 18 points at home. Matthew Battye kicked five goals for Fremantle CBC who are now equal first with eight wins however they sit in third spot due to percentage.
Stirling dropped to ninth position after a two-point loss to Maddington. Stirling are now in relegation position after a five-goal final quarter to Maddington led them to victory.
Kingsway remain in second position after a 40-point win over Collegians. Rowan Brookes kicked five goals for Kingsway while Mitchell Hunter kicked three.
North Fremantle remain on top of the ladder with a 45-point win over Hamersley Carine. Dechlan Clark and John Sgherza kicked three goals each for North Fremantle.
Wanneroo and Mt Lawley were the other winners with Wanneroo defeating Swan Athletic and Mt Lawley defeating Kelmscott.
Carlisle recorded a much-needed victory over Thornlie by 45 points. The win moves them into eighth spot and just one spot out of relegation position.
Sixth placed Willetton defeated second placed Noranda by thirty points. The win moves Willetton into fourth spot.
Melville remain on the bottom of the ladder despite a 106-point victory over Kenwick.
Kingsley remain in top spot after a 68-point win over Bullcreek Leeming while Ballajura defeated Quinn’s Districts by 17 points.
The top four sides all had wins again in Round 10. Gosnells defeated Canning South Perth by 72 points. Lynwood Ferndale defeated Canning Vale by 55 points. Bassendean defeated Nollamara by 29 points and Warnbro Swans defeated Ocean Ridge by 7 points.
The remaining match was Swan Valley v High Wycombe where Swan Valley took the four points after an 86-point victory.
Second placed Snesa came up against third placed Ellenbrook at Ellenbrook Open Space. An eight goal second quarter for Ellenbrook started the charge as Ellenbrook ran out 64 point winners. James Kendall kicked 8 goals for Ellenbrook in the win taking his tally to 43 goals for the season. Ellenbrook move into second postion while Snesa move into fourth.
Dianella Morley thumped Piara Waters by 69 points to remain on top of the ladder.
Brentwood Booragoon suffered their seventh loss of the season with a 20-point loss to Manning Rippers.
Coolbinia West Perth and Mosman Park were also winners this week.
First placed Secret Harbour played bottom of the ladder Armadale which showed just how big the gap is between first and last in the competition. Secret Harbour running out comfortable winners 29.19 (193) to 1.3 (9).
Cockburn Cobras defeated Osborne Park by 62 points, the loss leaves Osborne Park in fourth position.
Cockburn Lakes added their third win of the season with a 21-point victory over Yanchep.
Rossmoyne and Jandakot were the other winners.
Warnbro Swans had their first loss of the season in E3 as Ellenbrook were too good running out 38 point winners.
University and Trinity Aquinas sit on top of the ladder with only one loss each in the Phil Scott Colts.
Jandakot remain undefeated in the West Coast Eagles Colts as they defeated Forrestdale by 52 points.