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Demons fire as Jones bags 10

TEN goals from superstar Corey Jones turned Saturday’s North Central Football League top-of-the-ladder clash into a one-sided romp for Wycheproof-Narraport against Charlton.
Nanjing Night Net

Corey Jones

The Demons continued their unbeaten season and moved three games clear at the top of the ladder with their 22.11 (143) to 11.13 (79) hiding of the Navies.

Wycheproof-Narraport extended its lead at every break, with the Navies having no answer to the brilliance of Jones, who now has 50 goals from the eight games he has played this season.

As well as Jones, the Demons’ better players included Boe Bish, Ricky Allan (three goals) and Dane McLennan.

The loss was Charlton’s first defeat at home since round eight last season, while the 64-point margin was the first time in their past 66 games the Navies have been beaten by more than 10 goals.

Jye Sandiford, Kieran Sait and ruckman Tim Nicolson played well for the Navies, who had Luke Kyriakides kick four goals.

• The race for fourth spot has tightened after Birchip-Watchem flogged Boort by 55 points at home.

With 6.3 on the board, the Bulls had already scored more at quarter-time than the Magpies would for the match.

Birchip-Watchem won 12.12 (84) to 4.5 (29) and is now just percentage behind the fourth-placed Magpies, with both teams at 5-6.

Brendon George (five goals) was again influential for the Bulls as his purple patch of form continued. Jacob Noonan, Michael Monteith and ruckman Lochlan Sirett were also pivotal in the crucial win.

Jarrod Fitzpatrick, Jack Baker and Riley Lehmann were the best for the Magpies in their second loss in a row.

• Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers closed to within a game of the top four following its 31-point win over an inaccurate Wedderburn.

The Tigers made the Redbacks pay for their missed chances in winning 12.10 (82) to 6.15 (51).

Simon Weekley was outstanding for the Tigers in booting eight of their 12 goals to be their best player, while Brad Collins kicked three.

For the fourth time in the past six games stalwart Ben DeAraugo was Wedderburn’s best player.

• Eight goals from the classy Seamus Young steered Donald to a 19.10 (124) to 7.11 (53) victory over St Arnaud that moved the Royals back into second spot.

Down the other end Nick Coghlan kicked five of the Saints’ seven goals.

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