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Bulldogs edge out Parrots

LOOKOUT: South Launceston’s Nick Denholm in the process of tackling Bridgenorth midfielder Jacob Bonney at Youngtown Oval. Picture: Paul Scambler.SOUTH LAUNCESTON recorded a nervytwo-point victory over Bridgenorth on Saturdayto level the2016 ledger at one win apiece.
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Bridgenorth held a two-goal half-time lead at Youngtown Oval, which the homeside reduced to just six-points with a term to play.

South kicked 2.4 to the Parotts’1.2 in the final stanzato win15.8 (98)to 15.6 (96).

Darren Crawford booted six majors for the victors as Luke Mccarty,Joel Mountney and Matthew Viney performed strongly.

Rohan Sergeant also finished with six goals, teaming up withZach Kilby (five goals) to give the Parrots hope.

Matthew Zanetto, Jacob Bonney and Luke Duncan were named the visitors’ best.

South sit in third spot with one game spare on those above, while Bridgenorth are locked in afight with Longford for fifth position.

SCOTTSDALE fended of a challenge from George Town at home –winning9.11 (65) to 8.9 (57).

The encounter was tight all day with the Saints keeping the Magpies honest.

Brady Gee (three goals) was Scottsdale’s only multiple goalscorer, whileNeil Oliver andElliotTyson did the hard yards around the ground.

For the Saints, coach Allan O’Sign kicked three majors to lead the charge up front withJoshua Knight andMatthew Mckinnon putting in strong performances.

BRACKNELL ended Longford’sfive-match unbeaten streak with a 28-point win over their fierce rivals.

Redlegs coach Gary Shipton and full-forward Josh Adams both snagged six majors in the19.9 (123) to 15.5 (95) win, which granted theman eight-point hold on second position.

The home side led for three quarter of the high-scoring affair, after the Tigers kicked sevenopening-quarter goals to Bracknell’s four.

Redlegs skipper Trent Page, Richard Howe and Jacob Gelston fought hard in victory, while Jake Murfett,Tyran Mansell andJake Sushames were Longford’s key contributors.

Baden Alexander converted six goals in a losing effort to take his season tally to 43 six-pointers

Adams is now joint competition leading goalkicker (54) with Rocherlea’s Josh Holton.

ROCHERLEA cruised to a nine-goal triumph against bottom-placedHillwood.

Ben Elmer (four) andHolton (three) combined for seven majors in the top-placed Tigers 11th win of 2016.

Jordan Cousens, Zane Brown and Luke Purdon starred in the18.11(119) to 9.9 (63) result, while Dan Withers,Jordan Grieves and Josh Moore produced the goods for the Sharks.

Jake King finished with three goals for the match.

DELORAINEhad the bye.

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