Kyby, usually doing the bullying, were being bullied and didn't appear to settle.Luke Crossling
Kyby headed to Casterton on Sunday where they took on the home team in front of a large crowd for the last game of round six.
In a tight, hard-fought game, with the end score not being a true reflection of the contest, it was the Tigers that came out victors by 30 points.
Right from the very first bounce, Casterton set the tone for the way the match would be played.
There were a couple of big, solid clashes at the ball and within a few minutes had their first score on the board.
The Tigers appeared taken aback and unsettled in the first quarter, as Casterton continued to dish out a hard brand of footy.
Mykaela Walker held her head for Kyby and slotted to goals with the Tigers going into the first break with a six point lead.
For the remainder of the game, Casterton continued to be physical at the ball.
They played great football, remained calm and shared the ball around teammates with good skills.
Kyby, usually doing the bullying, were being bullied and didn't appear to settle to gain their usual full control of the game.
The Kyby backs were doing a tremendous job holding out wave after wave of attacks.
And for all Casterton's hard work they could not get through to score.
Kyby were able to slingshot a few plays and continue scoring, but being made to earn every possession with nothing coming easy.
The Casterton army were in full voice behind the home side in an entertaining game.
And at the final siren after a tough match Kyby 7 - 3 - 45 defeated Casterton 2-3-15
Kyby was best served by T. Atkinson, M. Walker, S. Maber, E.Longbottom, H. Smart and E. Jones.
Goal Kickers for the tigers being, Mykaela Walker 4 and Sophie Hensckhe 3.
Kyby remains on top of the ladder, only slightly on percentage from South Gambier, who are also undefeated.
Round seven of the Limestone Womens Football League will be hosted at Blue Lakes Sports Park.
It is here that the Kyby Tigers will take on Kongorong at 1pm, Sunday, February 23.
Last week's games also saw Kalangadoo defeat Kongorong by 27 points.
South Gambier defeated Millicent by 89 points, Mundulla defeated Glencoe by 30 points, and Penola defeated North Gambier by four points.
Kyb's Della Hannaford is sitting on top of the competition with the most goals scored for the season.
Her high scoring is on par with South Gambier's Neave Delaney who has also scored 14 goals, followed by Simone Macdonald on 13 goals, Holly Hannaford on 12 goals, and Kendell Saffin on 12 goals.