NMFL Round 4 Wrap: Mingenew and Carnamah/Perenjori maintain unbeaten start to the season

Lachlan AllenMidwest Times
Sherrin football. Picture by Gerald Moscarda        The West Australian    16  October 2014.
Camera IconSherrin football. Picture by Gerald Moscarda The West Australian 16 October 2014. Credit: Gerald Moscarda/The West Australian

Round four of the North Midlands Football League bounced down on Saturday afternoon, as two sides kept their winning run going.

Dongara played hosted to Mingenew and suffered a 32-point loss, going down 9.19 (73) to 5.11 (41).

Mingenew have won their opening four matches and sit second on the ladder with a percentage of 188.

At Three Springs Oval, Morawa claimed their first win of the season with a 137-point victory over Three Springs, 25.20 (170) to 5.3 (33).

In the other game, top-of-the-ladder Carnamah/Perenjori had a percentage boosting win over Coorow/Latham at Carnamah Football Oval, 17.15 (117) to 6.6 (42).

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The result keeps them in first place, with a healthy percentage of 227.

It was the 24th consecutive year of belt-up round, a partnership between the Insurance Commission of Western Australia and the West Australian Country Football league, which aims to promote the message that you are far less likely to end up seriously injured or worse if you wear a seatbelt while in the car.

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