Netball The Redink Homes Mid West Tigers are yet to get a win this season despite putting in a huge effort in a double-header home fixture over the weekend. The Perth Lions who sit on second spot of the state league ladder looked prime to take two easy wins but a feisty Mid West Tigers side showed no signs of backing down. Despite not getting a win, there were two hard fought out matches. Saturday was a tight clash and the Lions managed a 37-31 win over the home side. Sunday's scoreline was bigger with the visitors taking a 50-37 win.
The Geraldton Buccaneers have come off two wins on Perth on the weekend and they currently sit in second spot on the SBL ladder. The Buccs took a 125-101 win over their third spot rivals, Joondalup Woolves, and a 118-97 win over the Cockburn Cougars. The Buccs will take on Mandurah Magic on Saturday at Activewest Stadium with tip-off at 7pm. Tickets are available at the door.
The women's Cardinals side has made history over the weekend - being the first women's team to win three Challenge Cup titles in a row. The side took an easy 4-1 win against Swans to regain the cup. In the men's game it was Murchison who were too good for Yacht Club winning 7-2.
Brigades annihilated Rovers on Saturday with a massive 170-32 win. Brigades are currently sitting in second spot on the GNFL league ladder with Towns ahead of them. In third spot is Mullewa and they managed to get another win on the board on the weekend in a tight match-up against Northampton with Mullewa taking the 8-point win. In the other match over the weekend Chapman Valley lost to Railways, 113-84. Despite some high profile recruits this season, Chapman Valley sit on the bottom of the ladder but it's only early days. Next weekend Towns will take on Rovers, Brigades will go head-to-head with Northampton on Saturday and Mullewa and Chapman Valley will have the only Sunday match.