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East Devonport’s dreams of playing finals football in 2016 are well and truly alive after a convincing 32-point win over Wynyard at Girdlestone Park.
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Only bad kicking for goal prevented the margin being any greater, with the Swans continually giving their opposition a glimmer of hope as the match wore on.

But in the end it mattered little as the more dominant team wasrewarded with a 16.20 (110) to 12.6 (78) victory that propels them to equal points with fifth-placed Circular Head, who have a game in hand.

After the game, East Devonport coach Dale Perry was full of credit for the resolve of his team, who continued on their recent run of good form which nearly saw them topple third-placed Penguin last week.

“I thought we wasted our opportunities in front of goal and kept Wynyard in the game with poor ball use, but to ourcredit, we didn’t chuck it in and stepped up in the third quarter,” Perry said.

“The last four weeks we’ve come a long way and now we are back in the finals hunt.

While Nick Milbourne finished off most of the good work with a six-goal haul for the Swans, it was the game of Brodie Webb that caught the eye of most at the game.

Webb continually found himself without an opponent andracked upqualitypossessions in the midfield, beforecappingoff his good work with a goal in the last term.

Jack Triffett was also prominent, using his pace to elude would-be tacklers constantly, while Hayden Reid wasbusy offhalf-back.

The match was an entertaining affair from the start, with both teams using the wide-open expanses to move the ball quickly.

After giving the visitors a two-goal start, East regularly swept the ball forward, with Shaun Hamer and Milbourne the targets in the opening quarter.

They opened the second term with a three-goal blast, but missed shots on goal kept Wynyard in the hunt.

Inaccuracy struck the Swans again after the main break, and the Cats took full advantage, with goals to debutant Luke Pieremontand Jamieson House bringing the margin back to 12 points.

The two teams traded a further goal each before Milbourne goaled after the siren to establish a 21-point buffer at the final change.

A goal to Tyler Keene gave Wynyard hope again to start the last quarter, and the visitors had the chance to increase the pressure but James Allen’s relatively easy shot on goal went wide.

East capitalised with two goals in as many minutes to Josh Steven and Webb to all but seal the result.

The Cats were best served by defender Jordan Englund who provided plenty of rebound, along with veteran Daniel Franks and Sam Gleeson, but often paid the price for sloppy disposal.

The big men fly: Wynyard’s Darcy Brazendale and East Devonport’s Phil Davis go up in the ruck, while teammates wait down. Picture: Phillip Biggs.

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