Rockingham have lost back to back matches the latest a 25-point loss to Pinjarra on Saturday night.
Former Essendon forward Leroy Jetta played his first full game for the Tigers booting five goals after stepping away from Peel Thunder for an indefinite period to decide his future.
South Mandurah won their second match in a row defeating Mandurah in the local derby 17.14.116 to 2.3.15 with full-forward Brad Holmes booting another four goals.
Meanwhile, Centrals also recorded consecutive wins this week a 168-point win over the lowly Waroona. Ryan Henley kicked 10-goals while Callum Collard scored seven majors after five last week.
In the other match Baldivis defeated Halls Head by 33-points. This weekend the PFL breaks for a one-week bye followed by a fortnight of matches before the Landmark Country Championships.
LADDER: Baldivis 36, Pinjarra 30, Rockingham 24, Centrals 20, South Mandurah 20, Halls Head 18, Waroona 8, Mandurah 4.
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