Our first taste of wet weather for the year was experienced right across the day in Round 12.
Top three sides University, North Beach and Fremantle CBC all had wins over the weekend to secure their positions.
Fourth placed Scarborough however lost to sixth placed Curtin Uni Wesley by 17 points. The win pushes Curtin Uni Wesley into fifth position.
After losing last week Trinity Aquinas managed to find some form to defeat bottom of the ladder Whitford by 20 points.
If the season continues to go the way it has so far for North Fremantle and Kingsway Football Clubs they are both set to become the A Grade competitions newest competitors.
Currently sitting in first and second position with ten wins and two losses makes them two wins ahead of the rest of the B Grade competition so far.
North Fremantle defeated Collegians by 17 points while Kingsway defeated Stirling by 33 points.
Mt Lawley improved their chances of playing finals with a 34-point win over Maddington. Mt Lawley are now two games clear in fifth spot over Collegians.
Swan Athletic and Wanneroo both had wins as well with both teams sitting on eight wins and four losses for the year. Swan Athletic are just ahead on the ladder by percentage.
The top five sides all played the bottom five sides this weekend which worked in favour of the top sides as they all had victories.
Kingsley defeated Kenwick by 43 points, Ballajura defeated Willetton by 14 points, Noranda defeated Carlisle by 11 points, Thornlie defeated Melville by 25 points and Quinn’s Districts defeated Bullcreek Leeming by 18 points.
Kingsley’s James Del Borrello kicked three goals to take his tally for the year to 50 goals.
There were a couple of top of the ladder clashes last weekend with 1st playing 5th and 2nd playing 4th.
First placed Gosnells defeated fifth placed Ocean Ridge by 34 points while second placed Lynwood Ferndale lost to fourth placed Bassendean by 40 points.
Nollamara remain out of the top five by percentage only as they recorded a 46-point victory over Swan Valley.
Canning South Perth had their third victory of the season with a win over bottom of the ladder High Wycombe by nine points.
The other winner this week was Warnbro Swans who defeated Canning Vale by 19 points.
It was a top of the table clash when Mosman Park came up against Dianella Morley at Dianella Open Space. The score line reflected just how close the two teams are as Mosman Park defeated Dianella Morley by just two points. Mosman Park are still in second place though as they sit two points behind on the ladder.
It was another close game at Forster Park with Ellenbrook snatching the win by two points over Belmont Districts. James Kendall kicked five goals for Ellenbrook to bring his tally to 53 goals for the season.
SNESA have held onto fourth position with a 42-point win over Manning.
The other winner this week was Coolbinia West Perth who defeated Brentwood Booragoon by 46 points.
The top four sides all played teams lower down the ladder as they all recorded victories.
Secret Harbour and Cockburn Cobras had their eleventh wins of the season with Secret Harbour defeating Kwinana by 49 points and Cobras defeating Cockburn Lakes by 36 points.
Osborne Park defeated Armadale by 51 points while Rossmoyne defeated Yanchep by 21 points.
Jandakot also had a win this week as they faced Bayswater at Atwell Oval. Jandakot running out 16.12 (108) to 8.6 (54).
The wet weather bought some low scoring for D2 grade as Mt Lawley and Whitford only managed four goals between them for the entire match. Mt Lawley 3.8 (26) to Whitford 1.5 (11).
It was the same for North Fremantle and Kingsley in D2 and D2R as they also only kicked four goals. D2- North Fremantle 4.10 (34) to Kingsley 0.4 (4). D2R- North Fremantle 4.17(41) to Kingsley 0.1 (1).