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IN THE MUD: Burnie’s Jobi Harper pushes the ball forward against Lauderdale on Saturday at West Park. Picture: Brodie WeedingIf for some reason you had to compare Burnie’s 25-pointState League win over Lauderdale on Saturday to a Disney movie, Beauty and the Beast would be the one you would choose.
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This is becausethe two halves were very muchdifferent in appearance.

The beast in this tale came after the long break, when the muddy conditions were more prominent than the skill.

But before that, there were moments of beauty, especially the first 30 minutes.

That is when the Dockers won this game, kicking 8.2 to 0.2 before going on to win 12.10 (82) to 8.9 (57).

The first quarter was a sight to behold.

The Dockers foundmultiple avenues to score with the aid of the wind, from both majestic long shots from beyond the 50 to big grabs within it.

Their defensive unit was also on a mission.

Throwing themselves into every contest, going back with the flight, spoilingand smothering, you name it they did it.

“It was one of the best quarters we have played,’’ coach Clint Proctor said post-game.

“They (his defenders) really set up well, in regards to their positioning and in their understanding of whose turn it was and it was unselfish football.

“They were calling their teammates in to make a contest and they were able to shift it out.”

Lauderdale took advantage of that breeze to kick 5.2 to 3.1 for the quarter, before things changed.

After half-time, to use Proctor’s words, it was‘’like kicking a brick”, which took robbed the contest of any fluency.

Scoring dried up, with Lauderdale kicking the only goal of the third quarter, then winning the last 2.4 to 1.2.

The challenge now was to be able to play that style, when conditions allow, over the whole game, as well as controlling their discipline at times.

The win is one Proctor rated highly against the fifth-placed Southern Bombers.

“Top three is important to get that second chance, and we won’t look any further than next week, but it ismy job to keep in check where we are going to finish on the ladder and make sure our run in is as good as it can possiblybe.”

Kyle Harman was outstanding with four goals, and was damaging against the wind in the second term.

Dylan Smith was outstanding in his 100thgame, while John Holland led a strong defence, with Darren Banham and Thomas Mundy very good early.

Nick Dodge kicked four goals for the visitorswithRobbie McManus and Phillip Bellchambers alsostrong contributors for the Southern Bombers.

Skipper Kade Munday is set to play game 300 against Launceston at Windsor Park next week.

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