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Eagles premiership contenders

UNITED Yeelanna walked away with a hard fought 34-point win over Ramblers who could not find a clean path to goal all day.
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A lush Karkoo Oval greeted the sides on a near perfect day for football.

United Yeelanna were without stars Zac Glover, Casey Carr and Bryce Breed, all having injury concerns, and Ramblers were without Shawn Fitzgerald and Mitch Dennis, and Shannon Minhard was given a run in the Reserves.

Eagles had the perfect start and totally dominated the first quarter.

They were all over Ramblers andwithin four minuteshad a goal to veteran Kade Dufek who kicked a trade mark classy rover’s goal.

Adam Murnane found space inside 50 and banged another goal and Ramblers were all at sea.

Eagles’ midfield dominance was unreal with Michael Crettenden, Jaxen Norton and Xavier Watson combining well.

For Ramblers,George Pedler kicked a goal after a free kick, then it was a blitz of goals for the Eagles.

They went on and kicked another six goals through Matt Dyer, Michael Crettenden, Aaron Watson, Jarred Manners and a long captain’s goal to super star Xavier Watson.

Eagles 7-1 to Ramblers 1-3

The Eagles dominated possession for more than 20minutes in this quarter but Ramblers withstood the barrage and went on a late scoring spree kicking four goals in five minutes.

The elusive Wes Bilney kicked a long bomb and when he goaled again the game momentum had swung back to Ramblers.

After Kit Williams scored and they managed to hold United Yeelanna to just four points we had the makings of a great game.

Eagles 7-5 to Ramblers 5-6

The game was played at a fierce pace with young, son of a gun, Jessie Rule dominating his wing along with fellow winger Harry Ford. They took it up to the Eagles.

Ramblers’ and Eagles’ tackling was not for the faint hearted as every ball was contested but the cream rises to the top and when Eagles’ Michael Crettenden and his brother Stephen Crettenden both goaled it gave the Eagles breathing space.

Eagles 9-8 to Ramblers 6-6

Eagles once again dominated the centre square with Jaxen Norton and Michael Crettenden unstoppable.

The only resistance come from Ramblers’ veterans Jock Blacker and his trusty side kick George Pedler, who both continued to hit in hard.

Wade Starke continued to mop up down back along with Jarred Daish, Rob Shirley and Michael Franklin -the only Ramblers to show any real pluck.

In a prelude to the second semi-final, this was an very entertaining game with both sides resting keys players and both sides playing players out of position at times.

Eagles fought out a 34-point win.

Best: Eagles: Michael Crettenden, Jaxen Norton,Kade Dufek,Ricky Skinner, Xavier Watson, Tim Kidney and Matthew Watson;Ramblers: Jarrad Daish, Michael Franklin,George Pedler, Rob Shirley, Tysan Mickan and Wade Starke.

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