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Efficient Dragons hold sway

CLEARING KICK: South Bendigo defender Jake Smythe gets boot to ball early in the third quarter of Saturday’s loss to Sandhurst at the QEO. Picture: LUKE WESTSANDHURST’S superior efficiency in front of goal helped the Dragons to a 55-point win over QEO co-tenant South Bendigo on Saturday.
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The Dragons only had five more scoring shots than the Bloods, but made much more of their opportunities inside 50 to win 17.6 (108) to 7.11 (53) and notch their fifth win in a row in the BFNL.

Sandhurst produced a steady four quarters, extending its advantage at every change.

Mitch Dole (four), Lee Coghlan (three), Nick Stagg (three), Tim Martin (two) and Seb Greene (two) were all multiple goalkickers for the Dragons.

Codie Price, Coghlan, Stagg and Greene were the best players for the Dragons, who kept their opposition to less than nine goals for the fifth game in a row.

South Bendigo will have an anxious wait on scans this week after skipper Aaron Connaughton was forced off the ground in the first term with a knee problem.

Ruckman Kieran Strachan continued his fine season to be the best player for the Bloods, who also had Nick Howe, Daniel Nalder and Daniel Frew battle hard in what was their seventh loss in a row against the Dragons.

“It’s disappointing to lose, but there was progression and positives to take out of the game,” Bloods coach Brady Childs said.

“They played well and hurt us on the rebound with their run from half-back and they obviously kicked a lot straighter than what we did.

“A lot of our key indicators across the ground were reasonably close, so we competed well, but they’ve got a lot of talent across every line and were just too good for us.”

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