Wickepin marched to a fourth straight win to start the 2022 Upper Great Southern Football League season as they shook off a challenge from Kukerin-Dumbleyung after half-time on Sunday. The Warriors finished fifth last season with four wins and nine losses but have already matched that after a superb start to the new campaign. Playing at home in round four, the Warriors led at every change and ran out 54-point winners 12.15 (87) to 4.9 (33) to remain one game clear on top of the ladder. Led by star recruit Jack O’Sullivan, the home side skipped clear after half-time, kicking seven goals to one to hand the Cougars their second loss of the season. O’Sullivan was prolific in the victory while Kyle Angwin and ball magnet Callum Garcia were also vital contributors. The Warriors led by only five points at quarter-time and extended that to 15 by the main break. Two majors in the third helped the home side take a 26-point buffer into the final change and despite the Cougars adding their fourth goal of the game in the final stanza, it was the Warriors who walked away with the four points. Five goals in the fourth term helped seal the deal as Jaxon White and Jaxon Ramsay also impressed for the home side. Garcia, Kyle Medcalf and Luke Crouch all kicked two goals for the Warriors. The Cougars were best served by Byron Blevin, Damon Joyce and Ryan Taylor while Kent Patterson was their only major goal-kicker with two. Narrogin are one of four teams with two wins to their name after an impressive performance against Brookton-Pingelly on Sunday. The Hawks were on the road but a five-goal second quarter set up the 34-point victory, which coincided with the return of star playmaker Kaine Riley. Riley played his first game of the season in Hawks colours, booting two goals, while Travis Nicholas was the star for the visitors with five majors. Ryan Gray, Dean Hart, Jason Tincknell and William Graham were among the Hawks best players as they won easily, 14.7 (91) to 8.9 (57). Panthers spearhead Lloyd Padwick took his season tally to 16 goals after snagging four majors in the losing affair and he was well supported by Damon Penny, Joshua Hughes and Liam Free. In a low-scoring affair, Boddington handed defending premiers Katanning their second straight loss on Sunday. Only four goals were kicked in the first half at Boddington and the Tigers failed to kick a major after the long break on their way to a 26-point defeat. Former West Coast Eagles forward Jarrod Cameron was terrific for Boddington, helping them secure a third win of the season. Cameron and West Coast parted ways at the end of last season and the younger brother of Brisbane star Charlie was expected to play for Swan Districts in the WAFL. He has played in all four games for Boddington so far this season. Sam Graham, Harrison Ellis, Mitchell Salmeri and Ricky Henry (two goals) were important in the Eagles 5.10 (40) to 2.2 (14) win. In the other round four fixture, Williams notched a second win of the season, thumping Wagin by 98 points at Darkan. Gerald Medlan (five goals) and Addison Dew (three) were the main destroyers in the Cats’ emphatic performance.