THERE was another round of some thrilling results and standout individual performances in the WAFL reserves and REDiMED Colts across the weekend.
Three of the reserves matches took place on Saturday with Perth defeating East Fremantle 19.6 (120) to 10.15 (75), South Fremantle winning with the last goal of the game 10.9 (69) to 9.14 (68) over West Perth and Subiaco defeating Peel Thunder 9.15 (69) to 9.13 (67).
Then on Sunday, Claremont downed East Perth 17.6 (108) to 5.0 (30).
And in the REDiMED Colts on Saturday, East Fremantle beat Perth 16.7 (103) to 7.6 (48), West Perth defeated South Fremantle 14.8 (92) to 8.7 (55) and Subiaco downed Peel Thunder 11.10 (76) to 10.6 (66).
On Sunday at Leederville Oval, Claremont also beat East Perth 9.12 (66) to 8.8 (56).
STANDOUT RESERVES PERFORMERS
The action on Saturday at Leederville Oval began with a thrilling reserves clash between Subiaco and Peel Thunder. The Thunder kicked the only four goals of the last quarter to storm home but ultimately fell two points short of the Lions.
Ryan Borchet kicked two goals for Subiaco while Matt Bogensperger racked up 39 possessions and Adam Cockie 34.
Dylan Clarke also gathered 20 disposals for the Lions, Daniel Leach 20 and Sheldon Cooper 16 while David Madut had 41 hit outs in the ruck.
Nick Merritt, Brett Milward and Cameron Hayden all kicked two goals each for Peel.
Michael Humble racked up 36 possessions for the Thunder, Haydn Matthews 22, James Kirby 20, Mitchel Curnow 20 and ruckman Jake Dowding 13 to go with five marks and 21 hit outs.
Perth's reserves put in an impressive performance at Lathlain Park to defeat East Fremantle by 45 points.
Marshall Jones was outstanding for the Demons finishing the game with 25 possessions, seven marks and five goals.
Blake Johnson also kicked three goals for Perth, Nelson Ansey two, Callum Papertalk two, Shaun Smith two and Kristian Cary two.
Cody Kickett finished with 24 disposals for the Demons, Lennon Marlin 23, Taran Etto 20 and ruckman Tim Sutherland 13 to go with 24 hit outs.
Zac McCarrey kicked three goals for East Fremantle with Jye Clements and Alex Howson booting two apiece.
Tom Omodei amassed 28 possessions for the Sharks, Tom Bennett 27, Peter Delaney 24, Ben Harding 23, Alex Moreno 23, James Harrold 23, Josh Cuneo 20 and Dion Anthony 20.
South Fremantle's reserves then scored a thrilling 10.9 (69) to 9.14 (68) victory over West Perth at Fremantle Community Bank Oval.
West Perth came from behind at three quarter-time to be on track for the win with a five-point lead heading into the dying stages, but then South Fremantle kicked the last goal of the contest through Caleb Datson for the one-point win.
Jacob Dragovich did his hopes of a league call up for the Bulldogs no harm with 30 possessions, seven marks and two goals. Mitch Dzelebdzic also kicked two goals for South Fremantle.
Jake Florenca racked up 26 possessions for the Bulldogs, Jarrod Parry 24, Chad Pearson 24, Josh Collard 21, Tom Vandeleur 19, Abel Brown 18, Daniel Burke 18 and Chris Ah Siu 18.
Jake Solomon responded well to his demotion with 16 disposals and 41 hit outs in the ruck.
Rudy Riddoch impressed again in his second appearance with West Perth with the former Swan Districts forward kicking three goals from 19 possessions.
Aidan Lynch worked hard for 36 disposals, seven marks, seven tackles, six inside 50s and a goal while Dean Munns picked up 24 touches for the Falcons, Brayden Antonio 22, Mitch Peirce 21, Angus Allen 21, Alexander Coe 20 and Shane Bonney 18.
Then on Sunday at Leederville Oval, Claremont's reserves scored a big 17.6 (108) to 5.0 (30) victory over East Perth.
Kaiden Gilbert booted four goals for the Tigers with Sam Bevan kicking three, Eddie Simpson three and Morgan Davies two to go with his 29 possessions.
Matthew Palfrey gathered 30 disposals for Claremont, Tom Shanahan 29, Jacob Sideris 24, Gerrick Weedon 23, Lachlan Martinis 23, John Williams 20 and Aden Wilkins 18.
Mitch Lague gathered 20 touches for East Perth, Alex Di Placido 20, Dwayn Bolton 19, Kane Hadden 18 and Dylan Burgess 16.
REDiMED COLTS SHINING LIGHTS
The REDiMED Colts action for Round 4 began on Saturday with East Fremantle making a winning start to the day beating Perth by 55 points at Lathlain Park.
Dillon O'Reilly kicked three goals for the Sharks with Drew Blurton, Ambrose Ryan, Trent Newton and Zachary Jackson all booting two apiece.
Tom Eastaugh racked up 31 possessions for East Fremantle, Jayden Quill 26, Gabriel Parfitt 21, Dylan Williams 21 and Jalmon Alone 19.
Chilton Yarran Jnr and Ian Hill kicked two goals each for Perth with the latter also finishing with 23 possessions.
Caelen Bennell gathered 21 disposals and eight tackles for the Demons and ruckman 13 touches and 14 hit outs.
West Perth's day at Fremantle Community Bank Oval started well on Saturday with the colts beating South Fremantle 14.8 (92) to 8.7 (55).
Daniel Rowe kicked four goals for West Perth from six kicks and five marks. Tyrese Miller also kicked three goals and Kurt Monaghan two.
Connor West gathered 23 possessions for the Falcons, Bailey Chalmers 21, Tom Medhat 17, Nathan Murray 15, Alec Johnson 15 and Oscar Allen 15.
Ben Sherry kicked two goals for the Bulldogs colts while Kyle Hamersley gathered 24 possessions to go with eight tackles and seven marks.
Tere Teio-Yarran also had 20 disposals for South Fremantle with Brodee Knight finishing with 19 touches, Regan Spooner 18 and Nic Giarrizzo 17.
Ruckman John Frampton was again terrific with another 22 possessions, seven marks and 21 hit outs.
Then at Leederville Oval on Saturday afternoon, Subiaco beat Peel by 10 points with Jordan Faraone kicking three goals, Duane Smith two and Che Wyatt two.
Brayden Ainsworth picked up 24 possessions for Subiaco, Kyron Hayden 23, Max Dennis 22, Nicholas Baroni 21, Thomas Edwards-Baldwin 18, Luke Foley 17 and Matthew Pannell 17.
Jarrad Fazioli kicked three goals for Peel while Lachlan Riley racked up 29 touches, Lachlan Mitchell 26, Brynn Osborne 18, Durak Tucker 17 and Jordan Boullineau 17.
The last game of the round in the colts was then on Sunday at Leederville Oval with Claremont beating East Perth by 10 points.
Addison Dew kicked three goals for Claremont and Nathan Pearce two.
Rylie Morgan also gathered 28 possessions for the Tigers, Callan England 26, Jack Blaauw 19, Declan McNamara 17, Jason Carter 16, Wil Powell 16 and Dew 16.
Ben McGuire kicked two goals for East Perth along with 17 possessions and five marks.
Christian Ameduri picked up 26 possessions for the Royals, Matthew Young 23, Jalen Hoffman 20, Mitchell Gupanis 19 and Jaxon Cahill 17.