Cowaramup Bulls Gold played Hawks Orange in junior football matches at Cowaramup on Saturday across all three grades.
The 9s kicked things off with a contest that looked close all day with some excellent patches of play.
Bulls Gold coach Nic Payne summed up the game by saying she thought it was the team's best game of the season.
"What you've been doing at training for months you all put into play today. Well done!"
Coaches awards went to Harper Payne, Joel Fay and Caleb Longden.
In the 11s match, Bulls Gold coach Mark Jolliffe was also full of praise for the team's performance. "Everything in footy we did right today."
He was particularly pleased with the unselfish team play, with great handball and accurate kicks to a teammate rather than solo efforts being the name of the game.
The run from defence was outstanding, with back flankers being ready for handball gives and receives (Kian Monaghan-Hall and Mitch Jolliffe stood out here) and Kai Flynn was also noticeable for his skills in reading the play and being in the right place at the right time.
There are some very good players in the Hawks Orange team, and the Bulls kids had to be on their mettle for the whole game.
Cavan Payne was a multiple goal kicker and took a strong pack mark in the last quarter and kicked straight.
Jack Zan had two last quarter goals and Mackenzie Weeks and Gilbert Fokkema also hit the scoreboard.
Coaches awards went to Cavan Payne, Kai Flynn and Gilbert Fokkema.
The Cowaramup Bulls Red 11s team played Hawks Navy at Nippers oval in Margaret River.
Coach Pete Mammone said the team had a massive effort with some super passage of play.
"I was stoked with the way the boys played as a team and helped each other out," he said.
Coaches awards went to Ethan Semenow, Lachlan Kirkham and Anaru Teddy.
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