OFA 2023: Boxwood Hill thrash Jerramungup as Jack Davis boots 10 goals, Lake Grace-Pingrup remain undefeated

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Boxwood Hill's Jack Davis kicked 10 goals.
Camera IconBoxwood Hill's Jack Davis kicked 10 goals. Credit: Richard Poulish

A 10-goal haul from Boxwood Hill forward Jack Davis guided his side to a dominant 124-point win in round three of the Ongerup Football Association on Saturday.

Davis was the star for Boxwood as they recorded their second win of the season, thumping Jerramungup at Jerramungup.

The visitors kicked seven goals in a prolific opening term and despite only two goals being kicked in the second they led by 36 points.

Boxwood kicked six unanswered goals in the third term to put the game to bed as the Eagles trailed by 78 points.

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Davis completed his wonderful individual haul in the final term as Boxwood piled on eight goals to one on their way to a comprehensive 22.19 (151) to 4.3 (27) result.

Corey Nelson, Rohan Vaux (two goals) and Kade Walter all won plenty of the ball for Boxwood in the win but it was Davis who stole the show with 10 majors. He was well-supported by Michael Swarbrick who booted six goals.

Boxwood are now on top of the ladder after two wins to start the new season.

The Eagles kicked two goals in the first quarter but managed only two majors in the next three periods and they were best served by Riley Szulc, Brendan Lee, Alex Baum and Riley Holden.

In the other round three fixture, Lake Grace-Pingrup notched an impressive 16-point win over Newdegate.

Playing at home, the Bombers got the jump on their rivals and extended a small quarter-time lead into a 14-point buffer at half-time.

Both sides kicked three goals each in the third but the Bombers still controlled the contest and they kicked 2.6 in the final term for their second win of the season.

Josh Giles, Damian Trevenen and Luke Bairstow were all influential as the home side won 11.13 (79) to 9.9 (63). The Lions’ best were Tristan Ballard, Riley Bridger and Jacob Conti.

Boxwood Hill and Lake Grace-Pingrup are the two unbeaten teams and they square off in round four at Boxwood this Saturday.

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