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WEST rairfe HUGE SCORE.
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Playing' flawless footballs durinir 'the greater part of the game West Perth over whelmed ;. Claremont-Cottesloe at Leeder ville-Oyal on Saturday. Althouirh.if. HiH
hoc encounter any considerable opposition,' the winner displayed form Burpassmit thai shown in any game this season.. Its Idgh marking was as sure as it was spectacular and its foot-passing and handball was with out blemish;-The- kicking -.of ?Tyson;'; who ficored 15 soils, served to round off a bril liant exhibition of the game. West Perth took the field without Marinko and Rai noldi. The teams .were:— ; ;, , . * : ; - v WEST PEBTH.^-Backi: -B;-Dalriell,: Benton, McGucken. HaU-backs: Tetley, p. .WaUh, Ofieefe. Centres: Drew, Morgan, Booth.' Hall, forwards: Green, FTemminjr, Anaerson. For \?T£3: ^T6^ iS5?011' K«nna. -Bucks: McGarry, McDjarnnd. -i. Walsh (rover). 19th man: E. Dalziell (replied Booth i» last quarter.) ? '- OIiABEMOST-COTTESLOE.— Backs: Oliver; Batt,. Began. Half-backs: Sheridan^ Clarke. Hough. CJcntres: '.Morris, Lovegrove, Edmeades! HaU-forwards: Farrant, Garside, O'Beilly For* ?wards:. Hilton, Boys, Steward. Bucks: Skinner' Growoott, Barham (rover). 19th man: S lloloney (replaced Growcott in last. hall). Umpire: T, A. Oliver. West Perth found top form immediately and Quickly scored two goals, Tyson kick in« truly., on each occasion. ClaremontCot tesloe fought hard without- system or suc cess, its play appearing clumsy, against the accurate foot-passingj_and ^skilful handball of its opponents. . West Perth made an obvious effort to get the ball to Tyson as much as possible.but, although, he scored four goals during the quarter Batt beat bini in manrtb:man duels. Claremont-Cottesloe was outclassed. With its ruck arid- centre- line aa : the.: driving forces West 'Perth brooked no opposition. When Claremont went forward Benton turned it aside. The, quarter... ended with the scores at:— West Perth, 5.1; .Claremont-Cottesloe, 15. ? -? ? Gaming greater ,pace, ClaremontrCottea Ioe did mlich -better at the'vopening of the secondT. term,. Boys. and O'Reilly .goaling. West Perthlost'.a good deal of its accuracy ; of thefirst term and it lost several chances through absurd- attempts to feed Tyson when, a kick at: goal should have been ' take^ AJnbtable|feature of the play was the. phenomenal. .'marking ;of ?Flemming who frequently-rbse feet above' a crowd ot play ^?. For the. greater part tof, the quarter the ball, swung from goal .to goal and Clareinorit-Cottesloe had an- equal ishare of play.J.The'-West rPerth;; ruck - and 'centre- line deteriorated and it' lost its accuracy at_half-forward.iIt,held-' the lead without difficulty, .'however^ and;-was ? content to pxirsiie a policy of kicking the ball to Tyson, no matter -where he- was or how.he was Bituated. ^ The ; West* Perth forward ^in creased his total for the day to seven goals before the bell which ranjf with the score's at:-^-W.est Perthj .9.4; ClaremonVCottesloe.; 4.4. ?.? ? -' * ?i.' ? ,.~' . . ... - i ?'? ReturniriK .to' its. brilliant play of the first quarter West Perth soon ran to a 10-gdal lead in the vthirJd,term:'-Earlyilrn' the 1 quarter ;Tys6n' scored .his eighth goal, but soon .afterwards he -.was rmoved into a pocket to avoid. the attentions of Batt'. He resumed his normal .^position later» Clare . montiCottesloe cbVldimake little headway although-.it 'broKe througt'once and pliyer goaled; From a penalty a few yards Iron* the Koal Tyson kicked his .hundredth gbaJ for theseason. tind-jBive his team a leaaof 75 points. ^The Vscores at- the end of the quarter were £-West'-- Per th,: 19.17; Clarc ? mnnt-Gottesloe. . S.iP^' . ? ? ? ? ? ' .? _ There was little spirit in the play in th- last quarter -when West Perth was oln viously in an unassailable position. Tyson continued' to'1 increase' his ''poal- total. 'iscor- in)r his 13tKpff the-ground and: the next from ?« ?difficult ahgle.'^He, kicked. four' goals' in thrfeomiriutesr hislsnap-shootinjr beins remarkable. He excelled himself,' but three attempts , to send the ball to him failcil m thfei closing' stage of play. Four inmates! from time Tjrsbn' scored /his- loth goal and the ;beir rang^ with the\'scofes at:— WEST PERTH V*\ ^f' 27.10 (172 pts.) CLAREMqNT-CQTT. . .. 6.9 (51 pts. Goalkickers.-^West Perth: i- Tyson ^(15^ Kenntf (4), Gregg (2); McGarry (2); Green* Anderson j .Flemihing; .and Drew; Clarc mont-Cottesloe'. O.'Reillyr(3)/Boy8 (2), and , . OliverV. /^-; -?' '';'?-?': .; ? ? ? Eve^y .'man'-in' the' winning team- con tributedrhis share to the victory, but Flem ming,)|whoVmarked in astonishing- fashion all daj;, took pride oLplace. By-Jus Jrecord1 ' breaking feat Tyson earned a- high place and Bentpniwas -brilliant -in goal. In the centre Morgan gave the team a marked ad vantage bbt his kicking was indifferent at times. McDiarmid and McGarry dominatec : ?. .. . ';.-(--;?. ?-??' ?-.?????-'-.??-????:— ^; ?^???'.?- '? r.. '
the ruck. Other* who stood out were ?Kenna, the Walsh brothers and Anderson. Hough, Clarke and Batt were again'' called upon to bear the brunt of the work for Claremoht-Cottesloe and the first-named was the best player in the. 'side. Clarkp ought hard and, although overshadowed by Tflemriiing 'played a satisfactory ? game Batt was brilliant in spasms, but Tyson'? goal-getting detracted from the.Claremont goalkeeper's display. In the first quarter jovegrove played well and O'Reilly was fairly good at half-forward. ?