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Undeafted Redeyes’ roll continues

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May 22, 2017

Blighty's Jed Brain delivered a stand-out performance against Tocumwal, winning best on ground.

Blighty has continued on its merry way, smashing Tocumwal by 78 points to remain undefeated in the Picola District north-west.

The Redeyes made light work of the Bloods, with the game all but over at half-time, as they powered to a 18.15 (123) to 6.9 (45) win.

Jed Brain continued his sensational start to the season with another best-on-ground performance, booting six goals for Blighty.

He was helped by Brayden Hall, Samuel Singleton, Thomas Dowling, Matthew O’Connor and Jack Tyndall.

For Tocumwal, Sean Logie, Darren Atkinson, Brett Clarke, Scott Baldwin, Chris Patten and Matt Petersen impressed.

●Strathmerton made light work of Mathoura, smashing the Timbercutters by 93 points.

The Bulldogs had the game wrapped up by half-time and went on to win, 20.11 (131) to 5.8 (38), at Mathoura Recreation Reserve.

Strathmerton’s best were Lewis O’Sullivan, Brock Palmer, Isaac Bunge, Daniel Ellis (six goals), Matthew O’Kane (four) and Matt Shannon.

For Mathoura, Callum Harding-Davies, Dougal McKindlay, Jake Ellery, James Eddy, Scott Betson and Bailey Maconachie stood out.

●Berrigan scored a vital 49-point victory against Deniliquin Rovers, with the Saints going a game and percentage clear in fourth.

Berrigan had the ascendancy from the start and cruised to victory in the second half, 14.6 (90) to 6.5 (41).

Lochie Schifferle, Jye Adamson, Mark McQualter, Jacob Way and Jeremy Way led the way for the Saints in a consistent team performance.

Brody Lumber was the Rovers’ best with four goals, while Andrew May, James Kirby, Mark Lamborn, Allan Bond and Matthew Horne stood out.

●Jerilderie is on the board after knocking off Yarroweyah by 39 points on Saturday.

The Demons trailed at the first change, but stepped it up a gear in the second quarter with seven goals and ran out winners, 14.14 (98) to 8.11 (59).

James Gilligan, Shaun Bryce, Chris Marshall, Jordan Jeffrey, James McRae and Jordan Scanlon (five goals) dominated for Jerilderie.

Andrew Jones, Nathan Congram, Harley Constable, Toby Parish, Paul Massingham and Geoffrey Benson worked hard for the Grasshoppers.

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