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Bulldogs bite proves too much for Pies

Cuprona has announced themselves as a genuine premiership contender after defeating top side Natone by 38 points at Heybridge and relegating the Magpies to second on the ladder.
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The Bulldogs have now won six of their last seven matches and are assured of a replay of last year’s elimination final against Queenstown, but unlike last year they won’t be just making up the numbers.

The floodgates opened midway through the third term and the Bulldogs piled on eight unanswered goals to open up a 48-point margin at the last changethrough the aid of Matthew Soden-Bennett and Brad Green, who nullifiedthe Natone forwards and Brett McCall’s five goals.

Jade Ford, Ben Suter and Brad Millhouse were the Magpies most impressive performers.

At Wivenhoe the Rohan Baldock juggernaut continued with another 19 goals in theHawks 322-point win overYolla which took them to top spot.

Kayden Bracken (7 goals), Kurt Lamprey (6 goals)and Luke Shackleton (5 goals) were also amongSouth’s best.

Contributor: Kayden Bracken was one of the best for South Burnie in its huge win over Yolla, kicking seven goals. Picture: Cordell Richardson.

Somerset clinched the double chance with a convincing 116-point win against Ridgley thanks toDamien Farrow(7 goals), Ben Lewtas and Matt Bowen showing good form.

Queenstown had a confidence-boosting win over Yeoman by 208 points as Toby Lutwyche booted 12 goals with Matt Newson (5 goals)and Johnathon Keogh also exceptional for the Crows.

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