Katanning Wanderers continued their push for a top-two finish, recording a fourth straight win, easily taking care of Narrogin by 93 points in round eight of the Upper Great Southern Football League competition on Saturday. Led by a dominant 10-goal display from forward Callum Collard, the Tigers were far too strong at Quartermaine Oval, remaining a game and significant percentage clear of their nearest rival in second place. Collard had four majors by half-time and added six after the main break, complementing his goal kicking with a superb performance across the ground. The home side continued to create chances for its creative forward line and had 10 individual goal scorers, finishing 26.9 (165) to 11.6 (72) winners against an injury-hit Hawks outfit. Full-forward Josh Goodwin continued his consistent season with five goals, taking plenty of strong chest marks from accurate midfield kicks. Centre square dominance again provided the Tigers with many scoring opportunities as a dominant ruck led by Khallon Zilm, Caleb Keley and Mitch Banks and midfielders James Laurino, Reece Nicholson and Codie Mills-Durack won many possessions. The winners kicked goals consistently across the four quarters and finished with eight majors in the final stanza to seal the emphatic result. Hawks’ Ralph Kickett, Jordan Heil and Lachlan Taylor were the only multiple goal kickers for their side as the reliable Tigers’ defence again did their job. Deklan Georgy continued to impress with his reading of the play, spoiling and strong overhead marking for the Tigers. Ryan Pontillo’s long left foot from kick-ins and in general play was a feature, and Liam Hansen added a great footy brain deep in defence. For the visitors, youngster Taylor was outstanding with his ball-getting ability and pace around the ground but his side slumped to a sixth loss of the season. Jack Walsh provided a marking option between defence and attack, Bradley Timms and Blair Forrest used the ball well with limited opportunities, and Ryan Fleay rucked manfully all day.