Angus Litherland helps Subiaco stay on top, Tom Baldwin in Claremont’s best

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Subiaco’s Angus Litherland slides through a puddle with his Peel Thunder opponent.
Camera IconSubiaco’s Angus Litherland slides through a puddle with his Peel Thunder opponent. Credit: Supplied

Royals junior and Jerramungup product Tom Baldwin impressed in Claremont’s 36-point victory over East Perth in round eight of the WAFL competition on Saturday.

Baldwin played as a small defender, gathering 21 disposals and five marks in the 14.12 (96) to 9.6 (60) result to help the Tigers’ league side win their sixth game of the season.

Albany defender Dylan Smallwood was also strong in the Tigers’ tight defensive group, picking up 10 touches and two marks, and laying three tackles.

North Albany midfielder Declan Mountford was a valuable contributor through the middle with 21 possessions, four marks, four tackles and a goal.

Royals tall Tom Edwards starred in Swan Districts’ 44-point victory over East Fremantle booting two goals.

Edwards kicked 2.1 from 15 disposals, four marks, three tackles and three inside-50s.

Angus Litherland, who hails from Ongerup, was among the best for Subiaco as they downed Peel Thunder by 44 points to remain on top of the ladder.

The rebounding defender collected 21 touches to go with five marks and two inside-50s.

Railways’ Henrick Alforque again impressed for the Tigers’ colts side being named in their best in his second game.

Alforque played as a small forward and kicked one goal from 14 touches, seven tackles and three inside-50s.

Ex-North Albany player Talon Delacey laid a game-high nine tackles in the colts 48-point win and also finished with 18 disposals, five inside-50s and three marks.

Albany and Royals product Tyron Smallwood was in the Tigers reserves best players with 14 disposals and two goals.

Mt Barker tall Jordan Reid was a shining light for Perth’s reserves with 12 possessions, five marks, seven tackles, 34 hit-outs and three inside-50s.

Darcy Cameron from North Albany was a shining light for Collingwood in round 10 of the AFL with 19 disposals, eight marks, four tackles, nine hit outs and five clearances as his side went down to Geelong by 10 points.

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