Southern Flinders v BMW
A determined Southern Flinders mauled BMW in Saturday’s one-sided affair at Wilmington.
The Tigers opened the game with a 26-point quarter while the Lions were kept scoreless.
The scoreboard continued to grow for the Tigers and they went into the long break with a 43-point lead.
They added another four goals in the third quarter while the Lions managed just two points.
Another four goals in the final quarter rounded out the thrashing while the Lions kicked one goal.
The Tigers walked away with an 87-point victory.
Brett Ballantyne and Scott McIntyre were best in front of the goals for Southern Flinders and kicked six each. Ballantyne also topped the best players list.
For the Lions, Bradley Taylor kicked two while best player honours went to Nicholas McCallum.
Crystal Brook v Orroroo
Crystal Brook ventured north to take on Orroroo as the Roosters sought redemption from the previous weekend’s loss to Broughton-Mundoora.
The Roosters dominated the first half of the game at Roo Park. They opened the clash with a 21-point quarter while the Roos managed seven points.
In the second quarter, the Roosters added another five goals while the Roos added just one. Crystal Brook went into the long break with a 41-point lead.
The Roos attempted their comeback from the third quarter, adding four goals in the third while the Roosters added just one to the scoreboard.
Both sides kicked two each in the final quarter with the Roosters having a 22-point win.
Jason Eagle was best in front of goals for the Roosters and booted six while best player honours went to Shayne Richards.
For the Roos, Denis Redden and John Nicholas each kicked two and Andrew Catford topped their best players list.
Broughton-Mundoora v Jamestown-Peterborough
Fresh from their victory over the Roosters, Broughton-Mundoora hosted Jamestown-Peterborough. The Magpies surprised as they opened the game with a lead over the Eagles and just a five-point deficit at the long break.
By the third, the Magpies trailed by just 12-points and the game could’ve gone either way. The Eagles regrouped in the final quarter to add six points to the board while the Magpies managed just two.
Best for the Eagles was James Cant and James Smith kicked five. For the Magpies, Kyle Wildman kicked four and Benjamin Woodall was the best.