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Mundaring and Pickering Brook went head-to-head to take the league lead.

Mundaring takes top of the ladder

Brian Pallister

IN round 6 of Hills football, Mundaring played off against Pickering Brook for outright ladder  leadership.

The Roo’s were impressive early.

At the first break they held the Hawks goal less, the first time for a long time, to hold a twenty five point lead.

The Hawks managed to get a couple of goals on the board through Tim McQuoid and Mark Caccetta, Bradley Jetta worked hard to get his team into the game, although that wasn’t enough to slow down Mundaring as they kicked another four.

Dylan O’Loghlen was proving impassable at full back.

Ethan Shardlow had his hands full at the other end of the ground as Austin Thomas was having a day out, when not dragging down strong marks he was snapping goals off the ground.

The half time break didn’t break the Roo’s momentum as they put on another six goals to nil in the third to have a controlling sixty five point lead going into the last.

Pickering had their best quarter managing to outscore Mundaring, although a little too late with the final result Mundaring 109 to Pickering Brook 52.

In other results, Chidlow defeated Swan View 149 to 20,  Gidgegannup played 84 against Warwick Greenwood 58 and Bullsbrook narrowly defeated Mt Helena 80-76.

This weekend Pickering Brook vs Bullsbrook (Sunday, 2pm), Mundaring vs Swan View (Sunday, 2pm), Chidlow vs Warwick Greenwood (Saturday 6.30pm) and Gidgegannup vs Mt Helena in bushfire charity match (Saturday 6.30pm See more on Noticeboard pg 23)

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