ROUND 19 WAFL action saw Claremont, Swan Districts, East Perth and West Perth all record emphatic victories on Saturday afternoon.
Claremont thumped East Fremantle 19.10 (124) to 4.8 (32) at Claremont Oval, West Perth hammered Peel Thunder 25.9 (159) to 8.11 (59) at Bendigo Bank Stadium, Swan Districts overran Subiaco 17.14 (116) to 13.5 (83) at Medibank Stadium and East Perth was too good for Perth, winning 17.11 (113) to 10.16 (76) at Brownes Stadium.
Claremont's victory over the Sharks at Claremont Oval continued the Tigers remarkable form that has now seen them beat Swan Districts by 97 points, West Perth by 119 and East Fremantle by 92 in their last three games.
That has taken Claremont a game and percentage clear on top of the ladder with just four games of the home and away season remaining.
Against the Sharks, Tom Lee kicked five goals, Jack Bradshaw three and Brad Nisbett two with Jake Murphy racking up 35 possessions. Trinity Handley and Byron Schammer going off injured were the only sour notes for the rampant Tigers.
East Fremantle only kicked four goals on a disappointing afternoon but Rory O'Brien had 31 possessions and Bradd Dalziell 27. Koby Stevens, Max Duffy, Richard Hadley and Russell Gabriel all went off injured during the game.
West Perth hit back from last week's thumping from Claremont in the best possible way beating Peel by 100 points despite the absence of Dion Fleay, Dan Hunt, Michael Pettigrew and Matt Guadagnin.
Josh Mellington kicked four goals, Andrew Strijk three, Anthony Tsalikis three and debutant Brayden Antonio three with Shane Nelson outstanding with 34 possessions and two goals. Brendan Hancock and Brad Holmes kicked three goals each in another disappointing Thunder home performance.
Five goals to nil in the second quarter set up East Perth's 37-point win over Perth at Lathlain's Brownes Stadium with Josh Smith and Adam Prior kicking three goals each, and Freddie Clutterbuck racking up 34 possessions and Aaron Sweet 33.
Joel Leeson and Leon Davis kicked two goals apiece for Perth with Ross Young racking up 28 possessions.
Subiaco led Swan Districts by four goals at Medibank Stadium, but the black-and-whites got going after half-time with 12 goals to three to run out 33-point victors.
Ash Hansen was inaccurate early missing four of his first five shots on goals, but finished the afternoon with seven goals from his 12 attempts and 14 marks. Dayle Garlett also booted four goals and Shaun Hildebrandt had 30 possessions. West Coast's Andrew Embley had 16 possessions and seven marks.
Jack Anthony kicked five goals for Subiaco and Callum Sinclair three while Aidan Parker had 25 disposals and 10 marks.
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