Joondalup have continued their quest for a three-peat of the Boys’ Division One Pennant title with a 5-2 victory over Melville Glades on the weekend. Mt Lawley is also looming as a title challenger this year after their 4.5-2.5 victory over Gosnells. Both Mt Lawley and Joondalup remain undefeated through the first two rounds of the season.

This sets up what is sure to be an intriguing battle when the two teams face-off against each other out at The Vines this weekend.

Western Australia Golf Club sit one point clear on top of Boys’ Division Two table after a 5-1 victory over Lakelands on Sunday. Cottesloe and South West/Goldfields are hot on their heels after sharing the points 3-3 when they met at Mandurah Golf Club. Division Two looks set to be a tightly fought contest all season long.

Royal Fremantle enjoyed a 4.5-1.5 victory over Hartfield/Pinjarra on the weekend. This victory leaves them undefeated and on top of the Division Three Boys’ table after they shared the points in round one. The competition is extremely tight in Division Three with only two points separating all six teams. 

Gosnells and Royal Perth both remain undefeated atop the Division Four Boys’ ladder thanks to victories in their first two games. This adds extra interest to their upcoming match at Melville Glades this weekend as a victory to either side would see them pull clear from the rest of the competition.

On the Girls’ side of the competition, Gosnells have continued their impressive form by beating Lake Karrinyup 6-0. This victory leaves them tied for top spot with Royal Freo who used their home course knowledge to their advantage when they beat Mount Lawley Blue 5-1. Elsewhere, Mount Lawley Gold halved their match with Royal Perth meaning they now trail the leaders by one point.

Gosnells will face a stern test next week when they come up against Mount Lawley Gold who will have the advantage of playing on their home course. This could be a pivotal battle in the race for the 2019 Girls’ Division one Pennant title.

Gosnells/Melville are also performing well in Division Two Girls’ and sit alone at the top of the ladder thanks to a tightly fought 3-2 victory over Kwinana on Sunday. Four teams sit just one victory behind on two points and the competition looks set to be tight all season long.

Round Three of the competition will be held this Sunday, February 10. You can find all the fixtures and results here.