A long list of injuries saw five players called up to take on Eaton Dardanup.
The signs looked good early for Geographe Football Club with Joe Chapple creating havoc down the right hand side with Jamie King to create a few good chances, but as it has been recently Geographe lost a bit of urgency and dominance that led to silly mistakes bringing Eaton back into the game.
With a couple of lads playing out of their normal positions it was a grind to break free from a spirited defensive unit.
Dylan McGregor and Juliano Ferminio finally found some rhythm in the middle of the park.
Riley Turner got more involved on the left and when finally pushed forward got behind the defence to set up a great chance for Euan Mcfadyen, but it took the persistent effort from
Ben Polkinghorne was the one to open the scoring and hopefully settle the frustration a little 1-0.
The backline of Chapple, Brodie Hansford, Dene Williams and ever youthful Sean Hall who didn't have much to do in the first 20 mins were now having to earn their keep as Eaton had a couple of good chances, but they prevailed and were very solid and became the start of most of our attacks going forward.
A nice turn and dribble from Mcfadyen gave himself enough room to hit a dipping shot that bounced just in front of the unaware keeper to score the second goal 2-0.
The introduction of Andrew "taco" Turcato to sure up the central mid position, Allan Augusto to left back helped balance the team for a bit and a father for son swap saw speedy Chris Turner come on to give some creativity up front.
More chances were created in the second half but it took a Polkinghorne freekick that found Jules who powdered his header into the corner to make it 3-0.
The attacks continued from then on for Geographe which resulted in a fine piece of work from Polkinghorne who found room to turn a volley home a superb finish for his second 4-0.
Great build up play down the left which started from Augusto, then some nice interplay play found Jules free to beat his defender and storm into the box to slot home very neat finish 5-0.
With literally the last kick of the game "Shelter Brewing Player of the day" Dene Williams found himself with a freekick 40 yards out, with his usual cheeky grin his only intention was to shoot and to the delight of the bench and all our players he chipped the keeper perfectly to steal the show 6-0.
A special mention goes to last weeks player of the day Cam Woodcoe-Bryant in goals who kept another clean sheet and is really starting to be a confident force in our defence.
Geographe have a well-earned weekend off to recover from injuries before Division 1 host Harvey at Bovell Oval Sunday August 1 at 1pm. Division 2 have a much anticipated away night game against Football Margaret River on Friday July 30 at 6:30pm. The draw for the Southwest Cup is out and Geographe Div 1 have drawn Eaton-Dardanup in the prelim and Div 2 have drawn straight through to the Semi final in the coming weeks.