Timm House powers Gnowangerup to big victory after kicking 13 goals in grand final rematch

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Gnowangerup's Timm House kicked 13 goals against Boxwood Hill.
Camera IconGnowangerup's Timm House kicked 13 goals against Boxwood Hill. Credit: Richard Poulish

Former Geelong-listed player Timm House starred in round eight of the Ongerup Football Association as his Gnowangerup side thumped rivals Boxwood Hill by 183 points on Saturday.

House was the star of the show for the undefeated Bulldogs as he booted 13 goals in his side’s demolition of Boxwood at home.

The Bulldogs cruised to their seventh straight win of the 2021 season after proving too strong for the team they met in last year’s grand final.

House has kicked 60 goals in his seven games this season and kicked more than 10 goals on three occasions.

The Bulldogs downed Boxwood, 31.14 (200) to 2.5 (17), at the finish.

Lewis Davis played a strong support role in attack with five goals, while Nathan Willmott added three.

That trio were joined in the best by Ethan Caldwell, Fraser House and Elliot Jaeschke.

Edward Moir, Brett Plane and Brett Crabtree were among the best for Boxwood as they fell to their fourth loss of the year.

Meanwhile, Newdegate moved clear in second spot on the ladder after prevailing by 52 points over Lake Grace-Pingrup in Lake Grace.

The two sides were locked together on the same points heading into their clash but the Lions outmuscled the home side.

Chris Wollaston slotted five majors in the 16.9 (105) to 8.5 (53) result, while Jarrad Offer and Aaron Russell chipped in with three each.

Matt Dykes and Nelson Kent, along with Dean Rintoul, were pivotal in the win.

Youngster Jackson Callope kicked three goals for the Bombers and Joshua Bellve added two while William Cook, Luke Bairstow and Jack Trevenen were gallant in defeat.

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