East Perth 11.3 (69) def. by Claremont 16.9 (105)

AFL hopeful Jye Bolton continues to impress for Claremont. He had 33 disposals and seven marks to help lead his side to a big win.

For East Perth, West Coast listed player Luke Partington again performed well. He continues to make his case for a senior call-up, finishing with 29 touches. Dom Sheed (37 touches and seven inside 50s) and Eric Mackenzie (21 disposals and 11 marks) also played well, making their case for a West Coast recall.

Perth 16.12 (108) def. East Fremantle 14.11 (95)

Clinton Jones continues to show that he has still got it, finishing with 42 disposals and five inside 50s for Perth. Could he still cut it as an AFL footballer?

Ex-North Melbourne player Liam Anthony was one of East Fremantle’s best. He managed to collect 29 touches, while also recording five inside 50s.

South Fremantle 23.8 (146) def. West Perth 6.7 (43)

Haiden Schloithe has kept up his good form to start the year, recording 38 disposals, eight inside 50s, and kicking two goals. Blaine Johnson kicked 6.4 for the victors, while Mason Shaw chipped in with five goals.

In what was a bleak day for West Perth, Shane Nelson had a lot of the footy, finishing the game with 40 touches.

Subiaco 11.16 (82) def. Peel Thunder 10.7 (67)

Lachlan Delahunty was instrumental in the middle for Subiaco. He had 23 hit-outs, and had 27 disposals.

For Peel Thunder, Matthew Taberner kicked four goals, while Darcy Tucker finished with 30 touches and 10 marks.

BYE: Swan Districts