HORSHAM'S Matthew Lloyd made a victorious start to his football career in Western Australia at the weekend.
After trialing with Geelong ahead of a VFL season that was eventually cancelled, Lloyd ventured west this year to play with West Perth in the Western Australian Football League.
On Saturday, lining up against the likes of former AFL player Hayden Ballantyne, Lloyd reeled in 13 disposals and hit the scoreboard with a goal during a promising debut.
West Perth raced away to a 92-point victory in the contest against the Peel Thunder, moving to second on the ladder in the process.
Lloyd will be hoping to feature once again on Saturday for a local grudge match, when West Perth take on East Perth.
Meanwhile also out west, Minyip-Murtoa product and 2014 Toohey medallist Kieran Delahunty will look to continue his side's stellar start to the season, as Perth take on East Fremantle. Perth are currently undefeated.
Lachlan Delahunty will also be hoping to help Subiaco to its second win of the season against South Fremantle.
Every game is vital for clubs vying for a finals position, with just six rounds remaining in a shortened WAFL season.
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