Seal’s six seal Demon win

by admin on July 13th, 2018

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WAYBACKrecorded an 83-point win over Tasman after two contrasting halves of football at Centenary Oval on Saturday.
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The first half was aneven contest with the young Roosters taking the game up to their more experienced opponents.

The second half was all the Demons as they kept Tasmans to a solitary behind for the half and were able to run outcomfortable victors.

Early goals to Sampson and Rory Hunt had the Demonson top early.

Tasmanwere then able to produce some of their best football for the season.

Theykicked three goals to close out the quarter and took a one goal lead into quarter time.

Semmler was getting his hands to the ball in the middle, Collins was providing run through the lines, Tansell was dangerous up forward and Andrews was doing a great job at centre half back.

Simon Hunt kicked two second quarter goals for the Demons which gavethema 16-point lead into the main break.

The third quarter was the Jonty Seal show.He kicked six goals for the quarter and set up the other.His fast leading, strong marking and accurate kicking was a feature.

The dominant display broke the game open and snuffed out any Tasman hope.

The Demons kicked a further three goals in the last to run out 16.14.110 to 4.3.27 victors.

Best for the Demons was Jonty Seal with his six third quarter goals, Matt Keatley continued his outstanding season and finished with three goals.

Thamm, McKenzie and Flint provided run and rebound from defence and Rawson and Perkins were in everything through the mid-field.

Best for the Roosters was young Tyson Collins through the mid-field, Max Buckland had a great game in ruck after an early injury to Rhys Kelsh.

Young defenders in Andrews and Charlie Muecke did well in challenging positions and the experience of Semmler and Frost was invaluable.

This week Wayback will hostMarble Range at Centenary Oval while Tasmanhave the unenviable task of Mallee Park at Pecker Park.

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