Donnybrook claims wins in rounds 11, 12, and 13

On the field: Donnybrook cruised to a 11.5 (71) to 1.10 (16) win over Busselton in Round 11, at Bovell Park. Photos: Thomas Munday.

On the field: Donnybrook cruised to a 11.5 (71) to 1.10 (16) win over Busselton in Round 11, at Bovell Park. Photos: Thomas Munday.

After 13 rounds, Donnybrook still stands a chance of claiming back-to-back South West Football League premiership titles.

Coming off a 32-point victory over Carey Park in Round 10, the Dons cruised to a 55-point win over Busselton at Bovell Park.

The reigning premiers controlled the contest and booted five unanswered goals in the first half.

Unfazed by the opposition, the Dons went on to score a decisive 11.5 (71) to 1.10 (16) result.

Harry Curtin's snap kick, from 20 metres out, led to the Magpies' only goal.

Donnybrook's Hamish Hutton (two goals), Lee Lucev (two) Samual Lowrie (two), Nicholas Martin (one), Jace Cormack (one), Fraser Healey (one), Kieran Hug (one), and Chris Atthowe (one) all hit the scoreboard.

The side then secured a 12.5 (77) to 5.11 (41) win over Bunbury in their explosive Grand Final rematch at VC Mitchell Park.

The Dons leapt off the blocks before posting five unanswered goals in the opening quarter.

Bunbury reduced the deficit in the second term, before the home side kicked four goals to one in the third.

Lucev (four) and Hug (three) shined in the Dons' 36-point win. Cormack, Dion Parker, Tyler Patterson, Sean Lynch, and Luke Dale did enough to kick one goal each.

The result saw Donnybrook move up to fourth on the ladder with seven wins and five losses.

Cormack was named Player of the Carnival for his efforts in the 2019 Landmark Regional Football Championships in Perth.

Travelling down to Margaret River, Donnybrook played out a tough clash with the Hawks in Round 13.

Conceding just two points in the first half, the visitors clinched a 22-point buffer at the main break.

Augusta-Margaret River kicked two unanswered goals in the third term, and closed the gap to 11 at the final change.

Donnybrook stormed home to win 5.11 (41) to 5.6 (36) on Saturday.

With plenty of momentum, the Dons will fare well against bottom-placed Harvey Bulls this weekend.

Teams have just five games to make an impression, ahead of this year's finals series.