A SOMETIMES wasteful Warrack Eagles side did enough against Dimboola to come away with a comfortable 86-point win in Saturday’s final round.
Dimboola was able to put its highest score on the board for the season but it ultimately still fell well short of its finals-bound opponent in the 20.27 (147) to 9.7 (61) result.
After taking an 18-point lead into the first break the Warrack Eagles were able to keep Dimboola goalless during the second quarter.
The side had plenty of opportunities to open up large margin but managed only 4.8 at the other end to take a 47-point lead into half-time.
There was more missed opportunities for the home side in the third quarter but the scoreboard continued to tick over regularly.
The 71-point three-quarter time lead grew again in the final term despite Warrack Eagles kicking 4.10.
The winning side had 12 individual goal kickers with Nick Peters and Riley Morrow amongst the best players.