Tigers destroy Devils

NOT ENOUGH: Wyatt Bacon kicked two goals for Jeparit-Rainbow at the weekend, but couldn't prevent his side going down to Woomelang-Lascelles. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

NOT ENOUGH: Wyatt Bacon kicked two goals for Jeparit-Rainbow at the weekend, but couldn't prevent his side going down to Woomelang-Lascelles. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

SEA Lake-Nandaly Tigers smashed Hopetoun by 139 points at Berriwillock on Saturday.

The Tigers were on a roll from the get-go, scoring 44 points in the first quarter.

They ran out winners 182-43.

Tigers star Cliff Ryan was instrumental in the Devils' defeat, booting 15 goals.

It topped his previous record for most goals kicked in a match this year, after he kicked seven against Hopetoun when they faced off in May.

With only six rounds left in the season, Ryan has already scored 48 goals for his team.

The win keeps the Tigers firmly locked in second spot on the ladder.

Top-ranked side Beulah was the victor in a tight battle with fourth-placed Ouyen.

Ouyen was leading by 10 points in the first quarter but lost ground in the second.

Beulah went into the main break up 54-43, but found itself trailing Ouyen by five points at the end of the third. Seven goals in the last secured victory for Beulah, with the final score 125-101.

The battle did not compromise either side's spot on the ladder.

Bottom-ranked Jeparit-Rainbow suffered a 47-point defeat on home turf against top-three side Woomelang-Lascelles.

The Cats took the victory 89-42.

Scores were close at the end of the first quarter, with the Cats up 28 to 23.

But Jeparit-Rainbow let the third-ranked side slip away in the second quarter, scoring only one point.

Catching up became difficult after the Cats hit their stride.

Corey Kelly was the Cats' top goal-scorer with five.

The Lakers' Wyatt Bacon contributed two goals for his side.

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