Bunbury retained fifth spot on the South West Football League ladder with an impressive display against Collie on Sunday afternoon.
With the Bulldogs fifth and the Eagles sixth prior to the game, the stage was set for an exciting clash between two energetic sides.
Kicking with the wind at the Collie Recreation Ground, Eagle Teke Vernon slotted the game's first goal.
The crowd celebrated after the star forward kicked another two goals before quarter time.
Responding to the call from coach Jamie Nani, Bradley Blake, Jesse Gribble, and Jeffrey Meekin put the Bulldogs in front by six at the first change.
Gribble and Dylan Heasman played effectively, before Collie re-claimed the lead midway through the second quarter.
Behind by six at half time, the visitors came back to post three goals to one in the third.
Kicking three goals to two in the fourth, Bunbury went on to secure a 12.8 (80) to 10.10 (70) win.
Lamenting the loss, the Eagles slipped from sixth to seventh in Round 14.
Carey Park moved to sixth with a narrow victory over ninth-placed Busselton at Kelly Park.
Enjoying the fine conditions, the Magpies started strong by kicking three goals to one in the first term.
The side did enough to claim a 5.3 (33) to 3.3 (21) half-time lead.
After taking the lead in the second half, the Panthers stormed home to win 7.9 (51) to 6.9 (45).
Ethan Bowman (two goals), Troyden Thorp (two), Bailey Sanford (one), and Reegan Mrsich (one) starred for Busselton. Seven Panthers booted one goal each.
Ricky Cary (five), 2018 Hayward Medallist Mitchell Payne (three), and Harry Taylor (two) were instrumental in the Augusta-Margaret River Hawks' three-point win over Eaton.
Travelling north to Glen Huon Reserve, the Hawks fell behind in the first term.
Trailing by 10 points at the main break, the visitors came back to level the scores at three quarter time.
Both teams went blow-for-blow in a thrilling final term, before Augusta-Margaret River nabbed a tight 12.12 (84) to 12.9 (81) victory.
The Hawks will meet the Collie Eagles at Gloucester Park this weekend.
The Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lions continued its hot streak with a 128-point triumph over eighth-placed South Bunbury, at Brunswick Oval.
Unfazed by the opposition, the Lions cruised to a 23.11 (149) to 3.3 (21) win.
Donnybrook moved up to second with a 19.18 (132) to 6.3 (39) thrashing of wooden spooners Harvey.
Backed by an enthusiastic home crowd, the Dons held a comfortable lead during all four quarters.
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