A remarkable five-goal performance from Steele Viti propelled the South Hedland Swans to a 16.19 (115) to 8.7 (55) victory over the Karratha Falcons at Kevin Scott Oval on Saturday. The reigning premiers notched their second win of the season and are no longer bottom of the ladder. This was the Hedland side’s first 100-point score for 2021 and the most potent attacking display they had showed for the year. The Swans came out of the blocks hot, kicking five goals in the opening term to head into quarter-time with a 22-point lead. The home side continued their blistering attack in the second quarter and were defensively sound down back, allowing only three goals for the Falcons in the first half. The 9.8 (62) to 3.4 (22) margin at the major break was undoubtedly the Swans’ most convincing performance this season. The Hedland team created numerous chances in front of goal, and if not for inaccuracy, the margin may have been even more lopsided. After playing two games in the reserves this season, Viti was called back into the senior ranks and made the most of his league return. Clifford Brough, Michael Formanczyk and Rhys Biebrick all booted two goals for the Falcons. Brough has been the most lethal forward option for the Karratha side this season, with 14 majors at an average of two goals a game. Jermarl Daly, Rowan Whitby and Calogero Eaton added two goals each to the Swans tally. It was an even spread in attack from the reigning premiers with nine individual goal kickers for the match. At reserve level The Swans got over the Falcons 12.11 (83) to 6.4 (40) in another high-scoring outing by the home side. It was a family outing in front of goal for Swans’ Tyrone Binsaad and Zarack Binsaad who combined for four majors.