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CLEARANCE: Old Collegians player Eli Barker tries to clear the ball from half-back in Saturday’s win over Allansford. Picture: Susie Giese
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OLD Collegians has had to work hard to keep its unbeaten record intact as it prepares to take on reigning premier Dennington, whileAllansford is counting the cost of more injuries after a gallant loss to the ladder leader.

After a blistering six-goals-to-one opening term against the Cats, the Warriors ground out their 13.9 (87) to 7.7 (49) win at Davidson Oval on Saturday.

With both teams’ defences standing tall, the ball was seemingly trapped between the arcs for much of the second and third quarters, with just two goals kicked in the second term.

Things opened up slightly in the third, with the Cats –led by Rory Neeson, who goaled twice for the term –putting through three goalsto the Warriors’ two.

Old Collegians coach Josh Reichman said he was pleased with how his players withstood the challenge laid down by Allansford.

The Cats got within 14 points in the final quarter following goals to Josh Brown and Mitch Bunworth, before the Warriors blew the margin out with some red-time goals.

“The ball was hot and they really put pressure on us going forward,” Reichmansaid.

“I was pretty happy with the way we responded when they get within two goals. I think our best footy comes when our backs are against the wall at times.”

The Warriors upped their pressure in the final term, raising their tackle count and increasing their work rate around stoppages.

The Cats will have to contemplate alengthening injury list, with four more players added to the wounded after Saturday’s match.

Theywere down sevenplayers heading into the game and lost Brett Membrey to a groin injury in the first term, while Ben Lenehan aggravated a hip complaint with a knock in the second half and Brad White (calf) and Bunworth (slightly dislocated shoulder) both went downin the final quarter.

“There was two goals in it and we just ran out of rotations and ran out of the bench in the end,” coach Jason Saunders said.

“I said to the lads after the game, ‘Don’t read too much into the scoreboard’.”

Saunders was happy with how his side foughtback after conceding a five-goal lead to the Warriors in the first quarter, praising their ability to dig in and get numbers behind the ball.

The Cats matched the league’s best defensive outfitin the middle terms, repelling the Warriors’ attacks.

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