The Eaton Boomers women’s team proudly belted out their club song for the first time in two years following Sunday’s 9.13 (67) to 0.0 (0) win over the Dunsborough Sharks at Glen Huon Reserve. Although the Boomers did win a game last season, it was courtesy of a forfeit from Carey Park, with no match having taken place. Coach Berend Kaaks was able to look on with pride inside the opening 30 seconds, when his Boomers produced arguably their best ever passage of play since joining the women’s competition. After confidently roving her own tap in the centre circle, Amelia Adams scorched through the corridor and delivered a towering kick into the arms of Jessica Ruland, whose slick pass instinctively hit Rebecca Clemons on the chest a few seconds later. Although Clemons was unable to convert, this early momentum served the Boomers well, as they quickly scooted out to a 14-point lead inside four minutes. At the 10-minute mark of this round four clash, the Sharks were able to snap their lengthy inside 50 drought much to the delight of their travelling supporters — which had lingered since the 11-minute mark of the third quarter back in round two at the Dunsborough Playing Fields against Bunbury. The Boomers were excellently served by Ruland and Kira Price, who both booted four goals. The offensive pressure from Sophie Oldfield and Trinity Brown also received plenty of praise from everyone wearing red and blue in the outer. Despite the final result, both sides played the game in positive spirits, although unbridled joy from all Boomers players rang around the ground at full-time.