THE Rockingham Rams winning streak continued when they were able to hold off a gallant South Mandurah Falcons in wet and windy conditions on Saturday night.
Both teams were undefeated heading into the game but it was the Rams who proved too strong, winning 16.9 (105) to the Falcons 12.11 (83).
The Falcons were inaccurate in front of goal in the first term booting 3.4 (22) to trail the Rams 4.1 (25).
The Rams were in full control in the second, adding five goals compared to the Falcons one to lead by 30points at half time.
This was reversed in the third term with South Mandurah able to reduce the margin to just 10 heading into the last.
The Rams regained their composure in the last to run away 22-point winners.
South Mandurah full-forward Rod Tregenza was kept relatively quiet but still managed five goals to be the teams leading goal kicker.
Nick Groeneburg was the Rams best player with five goals while Steven Boyd was also influential through the middle.
The Rams are now the only undefeated team in the league.
In the other Saturday night game it was Pinjarra who were able to record their first win of the season, defeating Halls Head 14.8 (92) to 7.9 (51)
Pinjarra were able to extend their lead at every change to run away with the 42-point victory.
Anthony Senior was Pinjarra’s best while former Pinjarra player Adam Boone was Halls Heads’ most influential player.
Baldivis continued its promising start to the season accounting for the highly fancied Mundijong Centrals by 28 points, 19.12 (126) to 14.14 (98).
Baldivis led by just 11 at three quarter time but were able to kick away in the last.
Peter Agostino kicked five goals for Baldivis.
In the final clash of the round Waroona proved far too strong for Mandurah running out 124 point winners, 27.10 (172) to 7.6 (48).
Justin Giumeli and Benjamin Matthews-Herald both kicked five goals for the Demons.
Justin McKain was able to kick three of Mandurah’s seven goals despite limited opportunities.