A 7-goal second term to Brookton-Pingelly guided them to an upset win over last year’s grand finalist Narrogin Hawks in round one of the Upper Great Southern Football League that resumed on the weekend. The Panthers lost their semi-final clash to the Hawks by a whopping 51-points last year but came out firing in season 2020 recording a 25-point win to get revenge despite having the same amount of scoring shots. Have to travel for their round one clash did not phase the Panthers as they kicked four goals to two in the opening term. The second stanza would prove the match winning moment for the Panthers as they slammed on seven majors to open up a 42-point lead at the main change. Despite the scoring drying up in the third term the away side managed to win the quarter with three goals to one and help them take a vital 50-point lead heading into the last quarter. The home side came home full of running piling on six goals to two but it was too little too late as the Panthers secured the first win of the UGSFL season with a resounding 16.8 (104) to 11.13 (79) win. Kaine Ah-Chee and Tyson Kirk both booted four majors while Jacob Rozario, Dylan Kirk and Jarrod Bowman were also solid in the win. For the Hawks big bad bustling Mason Hill slotted four majors while Tom Bomford added three but their side would be disappointed with their day in front of the big sticks under new player-coach Steve Boughton. James Kennedy, Ryan Fleay and Jack Lambert were in the best for the home side.