The league debut of two exciting AFL draft prospects allowed Busselton to flex their muscles against Donnybrook and record a dominant 104-point win on Sunday. The Magpies hosted the Dons at Sir Stewart Bovell Park where they were quick to take control. Busselton earned themselves a huge percentage boost with their emphatic 18.17 (125) to 3.3 (21) victory. Despite a morning downpour producing a muddy playing surface, Busselton were quick to get on to the scoreboard with early goals from Liam Creighton, Kester Decke and Mitch Howlett. Although a few errors and wayward kicks cost them possession at times, the Dons managed a quick response to Busselton’s third major with a goal from Hamish Hutton. While Hutton’s goal lifted Donnybrook’s spirits and helped them put a little bit of pressure back on to Busselton, the Magpies still held on to a handy 22-point lead at quarter-time. After the break Busselton took control again with quick goals from Jed Kemp and Mitch Tenardi. However, Donnybrook’s defence was working hard and pressuring the Busselton forwards into missing gettable shots at goal. But at half-time Donnybrook had not added to their score and trailed by 43 points. After half-time Donnybrook scored an early goal through Dion Parker. The Magpies’ exciting AFL draft prospect Jye Amiss began to make his presence felt at full-forward in his league debut. His shot at goal was smothered, only for Jaxon East to provide back-up and extend the Magpies’ lead. What followed was a flurry of Busselton goals from Decke, East and Creighton; then Amiss and fellow East Perth colt and league debutant James Tunstill made their mark with goals of their own. Lee Lucev booted Donnybrook’s third major but his side were clearly outclassed and trailed by 68 points at the final change. Amiss continued to make his presence known during the final quarter with an early goal, adding to the Magpies’ domination. As the Magpies continued extending their lead, the Dons lost hope and faded quickly. Busselton were simply too dominant for Donnybrook to handle.