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Gormandale were once again on the receiving end of the biggest defeat of the round, this time at the hands of Cowwarr on Saturday, 20.17 (137) to 4.7 (31).

Shane Morgan reaped the rewards for the dominant Saints, finishing with a season-best 11 goals while Dale Murphy bagged four and singles went to five others.

The Tigers were held scoreless in the final term as Cowwarr added five goals and four behinds to pull the final margin beyond 100 points.

Gormandale, yet to come close to any premiership points this season, have lost all nine of their games by more than 100 points.

The win for Cowwarr puts them in seventh with three wins for the season, a game clear of Glengarry.

Latrobe Valley Express

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Traralgon-Tyers United led at every change against Heyfield at the weekend before the Roos ran rampant in the final term to snatch the points, 12.14 (86) to 12.8 (80).

It was slow going for both teams in the first term but it was the Bombers who found the edge on the scoreboard by five points at the first break.

Their lead was just two points at half-time after Heyfield won the quarter with three goals and five behinds.

The visitors appeared to gain the upper hand in the third term, piling on six goals to the Roos' three to earn a 20-point lead at three-quarter-time.

However, the home side saved their best for last, adding five clutch goals and five behinds to run out winners.

The victory puts Heyfield within a game of TTU on the North Gippsland senior ladder.

Jesse Jackway kicked three goals for the Roos while Joel Dinsdale and Charlie Driffield kicked two apiece.

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Rosedale moved into third spot on the ladder with a 90-point hammering of Glengarry at home.

The Blues won 19.17 (131) to 5.11 (41), with Kaleb Watson and Brandon McDonald kicking five goals each.

The Blues led by nine points at quarter-time before adding five goals to one to lead by 37 at half-time.

The match was put out of the Magpies' reach during the third term, when the Blues kicked four goals to one to lead by 55. Rosedale added six goals to one in the final quarter.

Brad Scott and Ben Jones led the way through the midfield for the Blues, while captain Adam Diamond led a strong defensive unit.

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Sale City ended a three-game losing run, and returned to the top five, after thumping Woodside at home.

Six unanswered goals in the first term set-up the Bulldogs' 91-point victory, 23.11 (149) to 8.10 (58).

The Bulldogs continued to pile on the goals to lead by 55 points at half-time and 79 at the final break. Nick Grainger kicked six goals for City, while best-on-ground Jacob Schuback and Kerrod Macgregor-Davies booted five each. Justin McLay and Tom Mann also stood-out for the Bulldogs.

Chris Witchell and Dale Hanratty were Woodside's best players.

David Braithwaite - Gippsland Times

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Cowwarr v Gormandale and Heyfield v TTU match reviews published by Latrobe Valley Express. To view original article in full online click here.
Rosedale v Glengarry and Sale City v Woodside match reviews written by David Braithwaite reporting for Gippsland Times. To view original article in full online click here.

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