There is no greater sign of the depth of Augusta-Margaret River than the current SWFL reserves ladder. The Hawks are currently undefeated and on top of the ladder in the reserves competition, win and almighty percentage of almost 350 to go with there seven wins. Reigning premiers Bunbury are also having a dominant season, winning six from six to sit in second on the ladder. South Bunbury are in third on the ladder on five wins, with the Harvey Bulls on four wins in fourth and the Eaton Boomers in fifth on three wins. In the colts competition, reigning premiers Carey Park have put together a strong start to their flag defence and sit on top of the ladder. The Panthers went down Bunbury by just four points in round one, but have no faltered since, winning their last five games to lead the competition, ahead of Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault. The Lions have recorded the same number of wins as the Carey Park side, have played one more game, with losses to Busselton and Augusta-Margaret River being there only for the season. Bunbury, AMR and Dunsborough round out the top five on 16 points, with Busselton hot on their heals in sixth and on the same number of points.