Brookton-Pingelly are undefeated in the Upper Great Southern Football League after Lloyd Padwick guided them to another win in round two on Sunday. He was the star last week, booting seven goals, and backed that up with a bag of eight. The Panthers set up the 44-point home win against Wickepin in the first half as they slammed home 10 goals. After kicking five unanswered goals in the first term to lead by 28 points, the Panthers added five more in the second quarter to stretch the margin to 48 points at the main change. The Warriors had more scoring shots than the Panthers in the second half but the home side skipped out by 50 points at the final change. In the last term the Warriors kicked the only goal, but the Panthers were comfortable 13.6 (84) to 5.10 (40) winners. Ethan Smart kicked two goals and he and Padwick were joined in the best by Jacob Sounness, Lachlan Cruttenden, Matthew Dean and Callan Eddy. Campbell Hunter slotted two goals for the Warriors while Samuel Fortini, Kyle Medcalf, Matthew Jukes, Fraser Wittwer and Ryan Melvin battled hard in their second-straight loss. Boddington won their first game of the season beating Wagin at Boddington on Saturday. After trailing by a point at the last change, the Eagles kicked 2.5 in the last term and the Bulldogs added 2.1 as the Eagles were three-point winners. The Eagles trailed at the first change by 12 points before kicking six goals in the second term to lead by 15 points at the main change but the Bulldogs hit back in the third term, kicking four goals to one to regain the advantage. Curtis Hansen kicked three goals in the 10.12 (72) to 10.9 (69) result, supported by Andrew Moody and Jimi Gillespie (two each). Dennis Colbung, Jacob Schorer, Jeremy Sierociak and Lewis Gillespie were named in the Eagles’ best. Brodie Bates kicked three Bulldogs’ goals and Kyle Hammersley two while Thomas Fleay, Daniel Roderick, Alex Michelon and James Flematti were among the best. Reigning premiers Williams are undefeated after a dominant 118-point victory over Narrogin Hawks in Williams on Sunday. After leading by 52 points at half-time, the Cats piled on 11 goals in the second half to win 20.16 (136) to 2.6 (18). Angus Longmire kicked five majors and Addison Dew added four in the win. They were joined in the best by Edward Aitken (two goals), Tom Carmichael (two), Matt Priddis and Simon Panizza. The Hawks were best served by Jack Walsh, Bradley Timms, Ryan Fleay, Jack Lambert, Jerrimiah Thorne and Jydan Lanciano. Katanning Wanderers had a 35-point win over Kukerin-Dumbleyung at Quartermaine Oval on Sunday. It was an even first half as the Wanderers led by only one goal but after the main break they kicked eight goals to four to win 14.11 (95) to 9.6 (60). With returning 2020 WAFL premiership player Kade Stewart winning a host of clearances and kicking three goals, there were plenty of opportunities for Wanderers forward Callum Collard, who kicked four goals and Tyrone Roe who chipped in with two. The Cougars could only find one sure avenue to goal, through full-forward Nathan Phillips who led strongly and kicked accurately to finish with six of their nine goals. The game was won by Wanderers as ruckmen Khallon Zilm and Caleb Keley provided Stewart, Roe, Reece Nicholson, Tyron Pinney and James Laurino with many opportunities to drive the ball into attack. Peter Joyce, Byron Blevin, Justin Joyce, Josh Harrison and Robert Forrest were among the Cougars best along with Phillips.