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1 Scarborough (A)Scarborough (A) 18 16 2 0 175.51 64
2 University (A)University (A) 18 13 5 0 161.98 52
3 Fremantle C.B.C. (A)Fremantle C.B.C. (A) 18 12 6 0 153.66 48
4 North Beach (A)North Beach (A) 18 12 6 0 135.28 48
5 North Fremantle (A)North Fremantle (A) 18 10 8 0 114.68 40
6 Kingsley (A)Kingsley (A) 18 8 10 0 81.2 32
7 Trinity Aquinas (A)Trinity Aquinas (A) 18 6 12 0 93.79 24
8 Kingsway (A)Kingsway (A) 18 6 12 0 84 24
9 Wembley (A)Wembley (A) 18 5 13 0 60.54 20
10 Wanneroo (A)Wanneroo (A) 18 2 16 0 35.08 8

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