All four games were played on Saturday afternoon with West Perth beating Perth 16.10 (106) to 8.16 (64) at Lathlain's Brownes Stadium, Subiaco holding on against East Fremantle 13.7 (85) to 10.19 (79) at East Fremantle Oval, Swan Districts hammering Peel at Bendigo Bank Stadium 27.15 (177) to 12.14 (86) and East Perth beating South Fremantle 16.21 (117) to 8.10 (58) at Fremantle Oval.
Claremont also recorded a thumping 15.11 (101) to 2.1 (13) Foxtel Cup quarter-final victory over Mt Gravatt on Saturday having kept its opponent scoreless in the opening half.
The weekend's results leave Swan Districts (9-2) on top of the ladder just ahead of East Perth (8-1-2). Claremont and East Fremantle are just behind on 7-4 with West Perth (5-1-5), Subiaco (5-6), South Fremantle (3-8), Perth (3-9) and Peel Thunder (2-9) outside the four.
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THE BIG WINNERS
All four winners on Saturday secured four crucial points for different reasons.
Both Swan Districts and East Perth won big over Peel and South Fremantle respectively to move clear atop the table. Swans are two points clear of the Royals with a further six points then back to third-placed Claremont and fourth-placed East Fremantle.
West Perth beat Perth by 42 points on Saturday, and Subiaco downed East Fremantle by six to ensure that the Falcons and Lions both still have a glimmer of hope of sneaking into the finals in the second half of the season.
THE BIG LOSERS
Any hopes that South Fremantle had of mounting some momentum to push for a finals berth in the second half of the season was all but ended with Saturday's 59-point loss at home to East Perth.
It was the first time South Fremantle has lost at Fremantle Oval to East Perth since Round 18, 2003, and the loss of key players coming into the clash already made it a daunting task against the in-form Royals.
Having lost the likes of Callum Wilson, Cory Dell'Olio, Theo Adams, Craig White and Chris Bossong coming into the season, South Fremantle has continued to lose key, experienced players throughout the year.
That was never more evident than on Saturday with Ashton Hams, Paul Duffield, Josh Head, Hayden North, Alex Grima and Toby Bairstow all out from the team that was competitive against Swan Districts the previous week.
The Bulldogs will have to increasingly rely on youngsters to try and get some wins on the board over the last nine games of the 2012 campaign.
THE SHINING LIGHTS
Swan Districts had a day out beating Peel by 91 points at Bendigo Bank Stadium with the forward-line on fire. Ash Hansen (pictured) booted 11 goals from 21 possessions and 14 marks, with Tim Geappen booting six from 22 disposals, 15 marks and nine inside-50 entries.
Ryan Davis, Tony Notte and Michael Walters also kicked two goals apiece for the black-and-whites.
Matt Riggio continued his outstanding form with 28 possessions and two goals. Jarrhan Jacky also picked up 23 possessions, Blain Boekhorst 21, Tom Roach 20, Marlon Motlop 20 and Graham Jetta 18.
It was a tough day for Peel but Kristin Thornton, Matt Battye, Brad Holmes and Matt Orzel kicked two goals apiece.
Captain Brendon Jones worked tirelessly to pick up 34 possessions and drive the ball inside-50 on 12 occasions. Pat Travers also had 30 disposals, Orzel 25, Jamason Daniels 22, Tom Sheridan 17, Mitch Keddell 17 and Liam McKenna 17.
Mitchell Lleyendekkers worked hard in the ruck to finish with 42 hit outs.
East Perth won at Fremantle Oval for the first time in almost a decade and once again Paul Johnson dominated in the ruck to finish with 22 possessions, 34 hit outs and six entries inside-50.
He had good support from Fremantle's Zac Clarke who had 26 disposals, eight marks, six tackles, 18 hit outs, six inside-50 entries and kicking 1.4.
Anthony Kyanga kicked three goals in his first game for East Perth and all came in a purple patch late in the first quarter. Adam Prior, Craig Wulff, Josh Smith and Jarrad Oakley-Nicholls all kicked two goals each.
Marcus White picked up 25 possessions, Wulff 24, Jayden Pitt (pictured) 22, Freddie Clutterbuck 22, Garry Moss 21, Ryan Maldenis 21 and Oakley-Nicholls 20. Luke Sampey and Danny Chartres were among the defenders to put in strong performances shutting down South Fremantle's forwards.
Ben Saunders kicked two goals for South Fremantle with Kris Miller outstanding with 28 possessions. Matthew Olivieri picked up 26 disposals, Shaun Bewick 25, Ryan Cook 25, Haiden Schloithe 22, Shannon Burnett 19 and Toby McGrath 18.
Sean Tighe battled hard in the ruck up against Johnson and Clarke. Tighe finished with 22 possessions, five marks and 18 hit outs.
West Perth kept its finals hopes alive with a 42-point win over Perth. Chris Keunen, Anthony Tsalikis, Steven Browne and Andrew Strijk all kicked two goals each.
Youngster Shane Nelson (pictured) was outstanding with 32 possessions. Jordan Jones raked in 25 possessions, Mark Hutchings 25 and Ray Bartholomew 25 as well to go with 20 from Dan Hunt, 19 from Dion Fleay and 18 from Aaron Black.
Kepler Bradley had a good game with 18 disposals, five marks, 10 hit outs and a goal.
Perth captain Ross Young was terrific with 33 possessions, six marks, seven inside-50 entries and a goal. Alistair Smith had 29 disposals and 10 inside 50s, Matthew Rogers 22 touches, Matt Tedesco 22, Joel Leeson 21 and Nick Lower 19.
Simon Donovan and Leeson kicked two goals each.
Subiaco continued its dominance over East Fremantle with a six-point win at East Fremantle Oval on Saturday.
Rhys Waters (pictured) was outstanding for the Lions with 25 possessions, eight marks, five inside-50 entries and four goals. Des Headland and Brant Chambers added two goals each.
Jason Bristow returned to pick up 25 possessions with Rob Forrest also gathering 25, George Hampson 24, Aidan Parker 23, Conor Davidson 22, Reece Blechynden 20 and Scott Worthington 19. Fremantle pair Antoni Grover and Jack Anthony had strong games in defence as well.
Rob Young kicked three goals for East Fremantle and Brock O'Brien two. Rory O'Brien gathered 29 possessions, Mark McGough 27, Koby Stevens 21, Mitch Boyle 20, Richard Hadley 19, Andrew Stephen 19 and Kieran King 19.
PUSHING FOR A SPOT
Swan Districts' reserves beat Peel Thunder by 31 points with Will Shea kicking five goals, Braden Smith three and Adam McKinlay two. Steve Potente was outstanding with 39 disposals and Ray Daniels had 30.
Alex Devitt and Mason Hill kicked two goals for Peel with Rhett Mason gathering 28 disposals, Brad Triplett 27 and Brennan Gillam 23.
South Fremantle's reserves had a 24-point win over East Perth with Alex Grima responding to being dropped with 19 possessions and four goals. James Laurino and Kingsley Smith kicked two goals with Joel Palumbo gathering 32 disposals, Mitchell Thompson 28, Brendan Verrier 25 and Dylan Ross 25.
Matthew Kelly and Arthur Bennell kicked two goals for East Perth with Joe Boys picking up 22 possessions to go with seven marks and 31 hit outs.
East Fremantle's reserves had a big 64-point victory over Subiaco with Leith Teakle, Brad Dick, Adrian Ricciardello, Tom Hooker, Miles Bradley and Godfrey Curley all kicking two goals each. Jayden Schofield picked up 25 possessions, Hooker 22 and Brad Cooper 22.
Marc Re kicked two goals for Subiaco with Justin Joyce gathering 19 possessions and Michael Genovese 19 to go with a goal.
Perth's reserves recorded a big 87-point victory over West Perth on the back of five goals from Joel Houghton, and two each to Aaron Zucconi, Cameron Manuel, Brad Fry and Gavin Roberts. Reese Richardson picked up 27 possessions, Daniel O'Sullivan 24 and Drew Robinson 21.
James Batterham kicked two goals for West Perth with Stephen Healy picking up 22 disposals.
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