Wickepin remain undefeated in the 2020 Upper Great Southern Football League season after withstanding a strong challenge at home from reigning premiers Boddington in round four last Saturday. In a game of two halves, the Warriors sprang out of the blocks in the first half booting six goals before the Eagles kicked six of their own in the second half to almost pinch the win. Five goals were kicked in the last quarter, three going the way of the visitors but it was not enough to overrun the Warriors, as they hung on, 10.13 (73) to 8.12 (60). Ryan Melvin kicked three goals in the win while Dion Anthony (two goals), Sam McGillvray and Aidan Omodei were also solid. For the Eagles, Ryan McKinlay booted three majors with Beaux Venables, Nathan Introvinge and Matthew Giumelli in the best. Williams pushed their way into the top four after holding off a persistent Brookton-Pingelly by 15 points in Brookton on Sunday. The Cats led by nine points at half-time and after one goal apiece in the third term, the margin was reduced to seven points. The visitors booted the only major of the last term to record a 6.9 (45) 3.12 (30) victory. Tom Vellios and Glen Medlan bagged two goals each in the win while Riley Cunningham, Isaac Christoforou and Cameron Stedman were also important. For the Panthers, Lloyd Padwick finished with two goals, with Callan Eddy, Jacob Razario and Jorda Hughes strong contributors. Narrogin Hawks leapt to second spot as they recorded a 45-point win over Kukerin-Dumbleyung last Sunday. The Hawks set up the away win in the first half, booting seven goals to one to build a 38-point buffer. The visitors kicked the only two goals of the second half to record an impressive 9.5 (59) to 1.8 (14) win and ensure the Cougars remain winless. Kaden Elliot snagged three goals in the win, while Blake Heil, Nathan Deblecourt and Jack Walsh played key roles.