GNFLW Round 6: Chapman Valley and Railways a class above the rest in 2022

Lachlan AllenMidwest Times
Railways' Jasmine Johansen runs away from the pack.
Camera IconRailways' Jasmine Johansen runs away from the pack. Credit: Justine Rowe Around the Traps/RegionalHUB

Chapman Valley and Railways have widened the gap between themselves and the rest of the competition following convincing wins in round six of the GNFLW.

Chapman Valley defeated Brigades 14.13 (97) to 0.1 (1) on Saturday afternoon at GBSC Sports Park.

Georgia Keysers, Tayah Palmer, Shannon Kupke, Chloe Spence and Taylah Broadhurst were stand-outs in the 96-point win.

Keysers and Palmer each kicked four goals in a dominant performance.

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The result keeps them top of the ladder with a massive percentage of 824.

Brigades are still looking for their first win of the season and sit second-last on the ladder.

Meanwhile, second-placed Railways beat Rovers 7.11 (53) to 0.0 (0) at the Recreation Ground.

Jasmine Johansen, Jaimee Ahearn, Gabi Cable, Jessica Pearce and Samantha Boys impressed for the Blues.

They sit equal with Chapman Valley on points, with a percentage of 184.

Bottom of the ladder Rovers remain winless, having only kicked 15 goals for the season.

On Sunday afternoon, Northampton claimed a 25-point victory over Mullewa at Mullewa Town Oval.

Mikenna Schultz, Shannon Smith, Asha Poletti, Isabella Kruk, Tayte Pappin were best-on-ground for the Rams.

The 4.4 (28) to 0.3 (3) win keeps them in fourth place while Mullewa remain in fifth.

Towns had a bye for round six.

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