Deanmill secured a 27-point win against the Manjimup Tigers on Sunday in a muddy home-turf scrap that left both sides battling the weather as much as each other during the second term. Currently fourth on the ladder, Deanmill made a swift and aggressive start in the bleak round 12 match, dominating the first quarter to gain a big lead of 5.2 (32) to 1.2 (8). It wasn’t completely over for the Tigers, however, and they came into the second quarter determined to take the lead, kicking four goals to narrow the margin, However, Deanmill were still in the lead by the end of the first half, albeit with a smaller margin, leading with 7.3 (45) to Tigers’ 5.4 (34). Despite the Tigers’ initial determination and attempts at catching up, Deanmill was no match for them, continuing to play strong and scoring goals, during the muddy and messy second half, eventually concluding the match as strong victors, winning by 12.6 (78) to 7.9 (53) Blake East was Deanmill’s top goal kicker, kicking four goals, while Kallum East and vice-captain Ben Farquhar also kicked multiple goals for Deanmill. Reece Edwards kicked three goals for Tigers, while Tyler Bennett and Liam Edwards were Tigers’ other goal-kickers, scoring two goals each. Joshua Reeve, Rohan Barber, Nicholas Gleeson, Samuel Tempra, Brent Nicol, Bryce Bell were noted as Deanmill’s best players. Corban Pinelli, Tyler Bennett, Conor Cole, Jozef Parkinson, Jed Edwards were noted for their excellence on the Tigers’ side. Deanmill sit at fourth on the ladder with 24 points, while Tigers sit at sixth place with eight points.