Wagin recorded their fourth win of the Upper Great Southern Football League season, beating Narrogin by 13 points in a close finish on Saturday. Both sides have missed the finals but the Bulldogs were desperate to put another win on the board and prevailed, 7.10 (52) to 5.9 (39), over the Hawks in round 13 at Wagin. After trailing at quarter-time, the Bulldogs hit the front by half-time and had opened up a 28-point lead by the final change before the Hawks stormed home with three goals but it wasn’t enough. Alex Michelon booted three goals in the win and Sheldon Dias added two as the Bulldogs clung on. Mark Allington, Mitchell Adams, Brodie Bates were important in the win along with Kyle and Bryn Hamersley. The Hawks were best served by Ryan Gray, Ryan Fleay, Darryl Anderson and Perrin Quartermaine while Ross Daley kicked two goals. Boddington notched their third win of the season after a dominant 11-goal first half set up their 18-point triumph over Wickepin in Boddington on Saturday. The Warriors trailed by 41 points at the main break and kicked eight goals to five in the second half but lost 13.14 (92) to 16.14 (110). Blake Reynolds, Lewis Gillespie and Harry Ellis kicked three goals for the Eagles. Kukerin-Dumbleyung claimed a massive scalp as they knocked off Brookton-Pingelly by 55 points at home on Sunday. The Panthers slipped outside the top two as a result. The Cougars led by 18 points at the main break and added seven goals in the second half to run out 11.17 (83) to 3.10 (28) winners. Justin Joyce kicked three goals in the win while Eric Botha and Nathan Phillips added two as their side won a ninth game of the season.