Gnowangerup’s Timm House impresses in return to Claremont colours with three goals in reserves
Key forward Timm House made an immediate impact on his return to Claremont colours, booting three goals in their 29-point win against East Fremantle in the reserves competition on Saturday.
In a shock late-season move, House left dominant Ongerup Football Association team Gnowangerup to finish the 2021 season in the WAFL with the club he was initially drafted from by Geelong.
He kicked three goals from 11 disposals, with six marks and three tackles in round 16 at Revo Fitness Stadium, strengthening his chances of being included in the Tigers’ league side this week against East Perth.
North Albany junior Alex Pearce had 14 possessions, three marks and two inside-50s for the Tigers in the same match.
The Tigers remain in the hunt to finish on top of the league ladder after an impressive 43-point victory over the Sharks.
Five Great Southern products were part of the Tigers 10th win of the season, leaving them second by percentage to Subiaco.
North Albany’s Declan Mountford had 16 disposals, eight inside- 50s and kicked a goal in the 14.12 (96) to 7.11 (53) result.
Jerramungup and Royals junior Tom Baldwin gathered 14 touchers, six marks and three tackles while Borden tall Anthony Davis had 10 possessions and two marks.
Albany defender Dylan Smallwood took three marks and had seven touches and younger brother Tyron, who hails from Royals and Albany, kicked a goal from nine touches.
Ongerup’s Angus Dewar helped Subiaco remain on top after their emphatic 44-point win over South Fremantle on Sunday.
Dewar was at his damaging best, finishing with 22 disposals, seven marks and two inside-50s.
Mt Barker’s Jordan Reid had 15 possessions and 18 hit-outs in Perth’s 24-point loss to Swan Districts.
Royals junior Tom Edwards kicked one goal from six touches in his return to the Swans Districts league side.
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