Wickepin continued their superb form in the Upper Great Southern Football League, brushing aside Williams to win their eighth straight game on Sunday. The Warriors kicked with the breeze at Williams in the round eight clash and piled on six goals to set up their 44-point victory over the Cats. With Callum Garcia winning plenty of possession and Kye Barker dominating through the middle of the ground, the Warriors forwards had plenty of opportunities inside forward 50. The Cats managed one goal into the breeze in the first term and hit back with three majors in the second but the visitors worked hard to conjure two of their own and take a 24-point buffer into half-time. Matt Jukes was the main beneficiary of the strong work further up the field and the Warriors all but ended any hope of a Cats comeback in the third as they kicked four unanswered goals. The Cats had their best quarter in the fourth with five majors but it was too little too late, as they were well beaten in the end 17.7 (109) to 9.11 (65). Jukes starred with seven majors up front and was well supported by Luke Crouch and Callan Sims who each booted three. Barker continued the game through the middle of the ground while teammates Jack O’Sullivan and Garcia were also highly influential as the Warriors made it eight straight wins this season and remain two games clear on top of the ladder. Riley Cunningham led the way for the home side with four majors while Nick Panizza (three), Blake Shanahan, Toby Lavender and veteran Simon Panizza all toiled hard in the loss. Meanwhile, Boddington strengthened their finals hopes with a tense 11-point triumph over Kukerin-Dumbleyung on Sunday in Boddington. The Cougars led at the first break but the Eagles fought back through Lewis Gillespie and former West Coast Eagle Jarrod Cameron. That pair were electric as the Eagles hit the front by half-time and went into the final change up by 11 points. Both sides kicked two goals in an exciting final term but it was the Eagles who prevailed, 12.13 (85) to 11.8 (74). Cameron was terrific with four goals while Gillespie kicked five majors in a strong display. Eagles teammates Matt White, Sam Graham and Jeremy Sierociak were also vital. Austin Shotter and Eric Botha kicked nine goals between them for the visitors while Peter Joyce and Byron Blevin won plenty of the ball. Wagin recorded their second win of the season, downing Brookton-Pingelly by nine points in Pingelly on Sunday. The home side held a slender three-point lead at half-time but were overrun by the Bulldogs. Luke Moore booted five goals for the Bulldogs and was well supported by Bronson Harry and Jack Manners as they won 13.11 (89) to 12.8 (80).