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SOLID GAME: Eaglehawk’s Brodie Collins was one of his side’s best players in Saturday’s 190-point belting of Maryborough. Picture: GLENN DANIELSIT started promising enough for Maryborough with a competitive opening quarter against Eaglehawk on Saturday.
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But it quickly disintegrated into what is becoming an all-too-familiar horror scoreline –this time a deficit of 190 points as the Hawks ran riot after quarter-time in winning 34.14 (218) to 4.4 (28) at Canterbury Park.

The Magpies produced a solid opening quarter in which they trailed by just nine points at the first change, 3.4 to 2.1.

However, as far as a contest goes, that’s where it ended as the Hawks slammed of 31 goals to two over the final three quarters to record their biggest win over Maryborough since the Magpies rejoined the Bendigo Football-Netball League in 1992.

Having beaten Kangaroo Flat the previous round, the Hawks have now strung together two wins in a row for the first time this season.

“We just wanted to carry on our form from the Kangaroo Flat game, which was the best we’d played for a couple of years,” Hawks coach Luke Monaghan said.

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“Maryborough’s pressure was really good in the first quarter and they won a lot of the 50-50 contests, but our focus from there was to play our style of footy, hit the scoreboard hard and have an enjoyable day of footy, which we did.”

The Hawks booted eight goals in both the second and third quarters, before their devastating 15-goal burst in the final term.

The best for the Hawks –who are now 5-6 –was centre half-forward Shaun Knott, who kicked five goals.

Jesse Collins (five goals), Brodie Collins and defender Brenton Conforti were also in the best, while teenage brothers Kyle Hommelhoff and Ged Hommelhoff (four goals) also impressed.

Matt Gretgrix finished with seven goals, with his first of the match his 600thcareer goal for the Hawks.

Gretgrix kicked four of his goals in the final term, with the Magpies’Hamish Watts having battled valiantly against a barrage of inside-50s to keep him in check for the first three quarters.

Watts was named the best for the Magpies, whose past three losses have now been by a combined 590 points.

“The boys are really disappointed because they enjoy those periods where we’re competitive like we were in the first quarter,” Magpies coach Shane Skontra said.

“But then it just seems to be a mental state we get ourselves in when we get a few goals kicked against us, which is something we need to rectify.”

The Magpies lost Matt Johnston to a knee problem, while in an effort to try to generate more leadership, Skontra will this week have his players take training.

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