Pinjarra have fought back from a 28-point half-time deficit to defeat South Mandurah on Sunday.
Four goals from Mitch Brown led the way for the Tigers who booted four goals to nothing in the final term to climb over the top of the opposition.
Brad Holmes booted five goals for the visitors and Rhys Price two but it wasn't enough in the 11.15.81 to 9.6.60 loss.
In other results, Baldivis defeated Mandurah by 42-points, Centrals finished in front of Centrals to the tune of 14-points and Rockingham had a 169-point win over the lowly Waroona.
PFL LADDER: Baldivis 24, Rockingham 16, Pinjarra 16, Halls Head 12, Centrals 12, South Mandurah 8, Mandurah 4, Waroona 4.
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