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CAUGHT: North’s Zachary Burt kicks while being tackled earlier this season.
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A POWERFUL three-quarter performance was enough forNorth Launceston to eclipse Clarence by 56-points.

The Roos held a 17-point advantage over the reigning premiers after 30 minutes at Bellerive Oval, however, following the first change is was North that dominated play.

Zane Littlejohn’s men kicked 13 goals to three in the second and third stanzas to help set up the 21.10 (136) to 11.14 (80) victory.

North defender Corey Nankervis was sensational in his 50th matchas was captain Taylor Whitford, ruckman Daniel Roozendaal and debutant Connor Pearton.

Zach Burt finished with a five-goal haul, while Stephen Witkowski and Mark Walsh snagged three each.

For Clarence, Mitchell Williamson kicked three as Rohan Bones, Jake Cox and Cooper Leek rated among their best.

“It’s always nice to get on the road and win –especially against an arch rival,” Littlejohn said.

“Full credit to Clarence, they came out with some real purpose and pressure and we just had to withstand that and make sure we limited the damage in that first quarter.”

Littlejohn said he was most impressed with the way the Northern Bombers responded and took the game on.

“Connor Pearton was our seventh first gamer for the year and to sit second on the ladder having done that is really pleasing,” he said.

“We had some really good contributors across the ground.”

Littlejohn said North would go into next Saturday’s clash with Tigers at Aurora Stadium expected winners.

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