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FLYING THE FLAG: The Rock-Yerong Creek’s Dale Hugo (centre) is all smiles between North Wagga’s Nathan Dowdle (left) and Ben Alexander.A toddler cried inconsolably for much of the fourth quarter at McPherson Oval. And it was fair enough.
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There, in the stinking mud,North Wagga’s finals hopes were sinking against The Rock-Yerong Creek.

The defending premiers shut the Saints out of the game after quarter-time, kicking 11 of the last 12 goals, fora convincing 12.9 (81) to 4.9 (33) victory that virtually guarantees a top-three finish.

“We’ve got through the tough period,” co-coach Andy Carey said after theirthird straight win over a finals-hopeful.

“There’s still a couple of tough games to go but, yeah, happy with where we’re sitting at the moment.”

TRYC sing it loud after big win over the SaintsBut the 48-point loss meansNorth Wagga are under immense pressure towin atColeambally next week.

Again, the Saints started with plenty of intensityagainst a side well above them on the ladder.Despite Josh Meiselbach winning the taps out of the centre for TRYC,North Wagga kicked three goals to one inside 20 minutes.

They might have hadsix on the board a couple of minutes after quarter-time but for missed opportunities each side of the break.

Things were looking a little grim for the Pies when full-back Casey Hillary, copped a heavy but fair bump fromNathan Dowdle and left the field not long afterwards.

But at the same time, TRYC’sTodd Hannam swung momentumwith two crucial goals in three minutes. And his third midway through the quarter putthem in front.

Lachie Highfield was heavily involved for Saintswith 14 touches before half-time andtravelling partnerAlex Grozinger levelled the scores just after the break.

Mud Pies sour North Wagga’s finals hopes TRYC’s Daniel Steel under pressure from North Wagga’s Alex Grozinger.

McPherson Oval

Matt Thomas gets his handpass away despite Bryan Ball’s best effort

Nathan Dowdle and Dale Hugo collide

Nathan Dowdle tries to stop Luke Hillier getting boot to ball.

North Wagga’s Daniel Jordan in a marking contest with TRYC co-coach Andrew Clarke.

North Wagga coach Kirk Hamblin

Grozinger (left) and Steele.

Ball puts Thomas under pressure again

Mitch Stephenson tussles with a Saints opponent

Nathan Dowdle is restrained by the neck as he tries to hold Dale Hugo back in a confrontation with Ben Alexander.

A marking contest at a wet McPherson Oval

Daniel Jordan climbs above Casey Hillary

The Pies’ ageless midfielder Dave Pieper with Lane, who turns two this week, enjoying the win with TRYC co-coach Andy Carey.

The centre of McPherson Oval didn’t quite handle three games of football.

North Wagga trying to climb off the canvas at three-quarter-time.

Tom Yates had a huge game for TRYC.

Andy Carey instructs the troops at quarter-time after North Wagga had got the jump on them.

The sidelined Casey Hillary (head knock) gives Josh Meiselbach a laugh at the back of the three-quarter-time huddle. Also in the dressing gown, Dale Hugo missed most of the game with a leg injury but returned in the fourth quarter.

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