The top teams Coorow and Three Springs dominated in round nine of the North Midlands football season, while Mingenew managed to nab second win of the season. Inaccurate kicking was not enough to stop the Coorow as they remain undefeated with a 14.15 (99) to 8.7 (55) win against the third-placed Carnamah Perenjori. While it was a seven point game after the first, the Magpies took over and never let the Roos back in the game as they were up by 33 at half-time. The win came off a three-goal effort from Serge Martin along with two goals from Erick Bashemule and Harry Pickett for the Pies. Kobi Sellar had three goals on the losing side. Three Springs took care of business at home against Morawa with a 14.7 (91) to 7.6 (48) win. Although the Bombers at a slow start to the game, they kept the Tigers scoreless in the third quarter to bring home their eighth win of the season. The Bombers had big scores with Gus Heberle scoring four goals. Clayton Bruce-Cherry and Kamalh Papertalk each had three. In a clash between one-win teams, it was Mingenew who came out on top against Dongara. While the Bulldogs had inconsistency on goal, their score of 14.10 (94) was enough to beat the Eagles 8.3 (51). Three goals from both Brendan Cockman and Sheldon McCagh gave the Bulldogs their comfortable win. Bob Shearer was the only multiple goal kicker for Dongara with two. In netball, Mingnew claimed their third win of the season with a 31-27 triumph over Dongara while Morawa brought an end to Three Springs’ unbeaten run with a 38-34 win. In the Gascoyne Football League, the Exmouth Eagles maintained their perfect record this season with another smashing of the Ramblers. The Eagles ran out 18.21 (129) to 5.5 (35) winners on the back of Bailey Fisher’s six goals while Chase Faxon kicked another bag of five goals to make it 33 goals in five games.