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SPEED: Perth’s Josh Streets runs through the middle of Invermay Park in the Magpies loss to Old Launcestonians on Saturday. Picture: Neil Richardson. PERENNIAL strugglers Old Launcestonians notched up their second consecutive victory at Invermay Park on Saturday.
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The Blues werebetter than Perth for the second time this season– winning 16.15 (111) to 11.11 (77) to lift them out of the dreaded 10thposition.

In a battle of the battlersAlistair Taylor finished with six goals for the victors, while Kevin Robottom chipped in with three.

Jeff Connelly andLochie Hanson were the match winners around the ground.

Gavin Love was the Magpies’most productive, whileHarley Thomas andKaleb McGillvery were among their best.

UNI-MOWBRAY virtually sewed up second spot with a 33-point win over nearest rival Lilydale.

Eagles forward Glenn Dawson booted a five-goal haul in the 13.13 (91) to 8.10 (58) victory over the third-placed Demons.

Competition leading goalscorer Shannon Mulvey also helped out with four majors, while Corey Bosworth, Joseph DaleandLewis Taylor worked tirelessly.

Mulvey’s 2016 total stands at 73 goals.Billy Tuckerman (three goals) was Lilydale’s best withJosh Hawes andWil Lockhart also playing their roles.

Uni now have an eight-point gap on the Demons.

ST PATS attacked Meander Valley with full force –piling on 100 points before half time at Westbury.

Saints vice-captain Nathan James was the star in the25.19 (169) to 11.8 (74) triumph, while coach Dayle O’Neillfinished with six goals to his name.

Bradley Pearton (fivegoals) and Jacob Knight (four) also had field days.

St Pats managed to create 25 more scoring chances than theiropponents.

Ross Tulich,Sam Archer andJames De Boerwere named the Suns best asDaniel Connell led their scoring with three majors.

EVANDALE taught Prospect a 98-point lesson at Prospect Park, thanks largely to Clinton Black and Tom Chugg five-goal hauls.

Brady Wagner,Timothy Walker andJustin Hutton also earnt their keep in the21.18 (144) to 7.4 (46) mauling.

For the injury-strickenHawks, Kaleb Thomas kicked three goals asDaniel Bluett andLuke Tepper did all they could.

Evandalesit fifth win a 9-5 win-loss record and four point behind St Pats in fourth.

OLD SCOTCH responded to its only loss of the season with a whooping 210-point thrashing of Tamar Cats at NTCA Ground.

The Thistles did not hold back in the 40.11 (251) to 6.5 (41) winand as a result boasted aplethora of high-tally goalkickers.

George Walker topped the charts with nine, while Michael Murfett (eight),Jacob Terry (six), Dan Ellis (five) and Joe Boyce (four) all joined in.

All up, the premiership favourites had 11 goalscorers and 51 scoring shots –40 more than Tamar.

Marc Davey was the Cats only multiple scorer, while midfielderLuke Waiss and Jacob Parker fought hard on a terribly tough day.

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