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Coach gives Bulldogs chance

KEY: Scott Bartlem was one of Warners Bay’s best in a resounding win over Terrigal-Avoca on Saturday. Picture: Jonathan CarrollWARNERS BAY coach Marty Reiman hopes his side have shown this year’s Black Diamond AFL premiership is not another two-horse race after they suffocated reigning premiers Terrigal-Avoca at Feighan Park on Saturday.
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The Panthers and leaders City were threatening to run away with the competition for another year, but the Bulldogs beat Terrigal-Avoca for the second time this season to show they can beat the top two on their day.

Jack Hardman kicked four goals and Scott Bartlem two as the home side won 11.12 (78) to6.10 (46) after leading by four goals at half-time and restricting the lethalPanthers forward line to a single behind in the third term.

“I rate it up there with one of the best of the year,” Reiman said. “I think it places us in a good spot to make finals and, without looking too far ahead, if we play that consistent football, I can’t see why we can’t match it with other sides.It was just a very disciplined performance.

“The guys went out with the mindset to play hard, man-on-man football.We matched them really well. I don’t think Terrigal were off.”

The win moved the Bulldogsinto fourth with four rounds to play,four pointsclear of Nelson Bay, who lost by 64points to City.Kevin McDonald kicked seven majors as the Blues cruised to a19.9 (123) to9.5 (59) triumph at No.1 Sportsground.

Cardiff completed a weekend clean sweep by Newcastle sides, thrashing Killarney Vale by 100 points at Adelaide Street Oval.

Aaron Wivell led the way with six majorsand Josh Murphy and Jackson McMahon kicked four each in the22.17 (149) to7.7 (49) victory.

 

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