Kalgoorlie remain on top after notching fourth colts victory

Neale HarveyKalgoorlie Miner
Kalgoorlie's Tishjahne Clark.
Camera IconKalgoorlie's Tishjahne Clark. Credit: Carwyn Monck/Kalgoorlie Miner

Kalgoorlie cashed in on a big start to defeat Railways by 35 points, 13.9 (87) to 7.10 (52), on Saturday in the Goldfields Football League’s colts division.

After the Roos led by 28 points at quarter-time, Railways hit back to be within 13 points at the long break.

However, the Panthers hindered their own cause with a wasteful 3.7 in the second half.

Kalgoorlie boasted 10 goal kickers with Zac Marston, Riley Gibbs and Tish Clark each bagging two.

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Chris Donaldson kicked three goals for Railways.

Kalgoorlie remain a game clear at the head of the standings over Mines Rovers, who beat Boulder last weekend 16.8 (104) to 9.7 (61).

Charlie Scafidi led the Diorites’ charge with four goals and De-Shaun O’Loughlin kicked three.

Boulder trailed by five points at quarter-time, but conceded 12 goals the rest of the way when the blue-and-whites took charge.

In the latest round of reserves matches, Mines Rovers and Boulder drew 9.10 (64) to 10.4 (64).

Frank Khan and Malachi Waters each kicked four goals, for the Diorites and Tigers, respectively.

Duarne Close kicked four goals in Railways’ win against Kalgoorlie 16.7 (103) to 4.8 (32).



Kalgoorlie 16 points; Mines Rovers 12; Boulder 8; Railways 0.


Mines Rovers 18 points; Boulder 14; Railways 8; Kalgoorlie 8; Kambalda 0.

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