After starting their season with nine wins and zero losses, Coorow Latham have suffered their third defeat in just four weeks. Coming off a shock loss to Mingenew last week in the North Midlands Football League, the Magpies would have hoped to bounce back but Morawa had other plans. While the Tigers lacked defensive presence the last time the two teams met, allowing the Magpies to score 141 on them, they managed to limit their scoring as Coorow struggled without leading scorer Gerard O’Sullivan. A fast start from Morawa gave them a 15-point lead at the end of the first, but after scoring only 12 points in the second quarter, the Magpies looked a chance to get back in the game. In the third quarter Morawa applied the pressure they had previously lacked, keeping Coorow goalless and helping secure the 12.13 (85) to 7.10 (52) victory. The Tigers upset win was helped by scoring efforts from Adam Thornton with three goals, and two goals from both Gary Dongara and Brad Porter. Atem Deng was the only multiple scorer for the Magpies with two. Even though the top team in Three Springs have been dominating against most in the league, Mingenew have managed to keep the games close in their previous outings. However, the Bombers put the hammer down this time. The league-leading goal kicker Clayton Bruce-Cherry slotted seven in the game for Three Springs while his team mate Gus Heberle booted six in the 24.8 (152) to 6.12 (48) win against the Bulldogs. In Dongara, the home team failed to try and get another win on the board as Carnamah Perenjori cleaned up with the 22.16 (148) to 5.7 (37) victory. While the game was never close, 53 points in the fourth quarter from the Roos was what put the nail in the coffin.