South West women’s football supporters witnessed “her-story” at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday, with the league’s first draw and the first player to kick 100 career goals in the same match. Busselton hosted South Bunbury where both teams looked to shore up their respective finals berths and Tigers skipper Bethany Bond looked to finally reach the 100 goal milestone. From the outset, both teams were quick to put the pressure on and shut each other down at any given opportunity. In the midst of the scramble and a minor score for the Magpies, Mia Dronow managed to break through the Tigers’ strong defences and kick the first goal of the match. Not willing to give up without a fight, South Bunbury skipper Bond had a chance to kick goal 99 but her kick veered to the side for a behind. The intense contest continued into the second term with the ball spending a lot of time in no man’s land until Jac Williamson extended Busselton’s lead with the team’s second goal of the afternoon. However, Bond managed to strike back with a goal, leaving her just one shy of 100 and the Tigers trailing at half-time. Following the main break, South Bunbury returned to the field more motivated to get their leader to 100 goals, rapidly driving the ball forward. Despite a near-miss early in the term and a determination from Busselton to shut down the opportunity, Bond booted her 100th career goal to the fanfare of her teammates and supporters. It seemed the milestone gave the Tigers a new motivation to take home the victory, with another minor score kicked to take the lead 2.6 (18) to 2.2 (14) at the final change. The contest kicked into a new gear during the final term as both teams fought hard to bring home the win, with a goal from Brooke Edwards extending South Bunbury’s lead. However, Busselton were determined to make a comeback, with two goals from Dronow taking the lead back by just one point. With everything to play for, both teams scrambled for the ball and the opportunity for victory. However, a late behind for South Bunbury saw the match end in a tie 4.2 (26) to 3.8 (26), the first in South West Football League Women’s history.