WYNYARD is almost assured of a top two NWJFL finals finish following Sunday’s 16-point victory over East Devonport.
With two rounds to play, Wynyard has the bye next week, and has a two-match break over third-placed East Devonport.
The Cats were held scoreless in the first quarter, but an eight-goal burst in the second gave them a nine-point lead at the long break.
Steadiness in front of goal after half-time kept the result in Wynyard’s favour.
Burnie Dockers have the ultimate control of where other finalists finish after their 27-point win over Latrobe.
The Dockers built up a handy 27-point lead at quarter-time after keeping Latrobe scoreless.
Alex Ridge with four goals was dominant up forward, while Oliver Fryett and Josh Swinden stood out.
Jakeb Taylor was Latrobe’s best player finishing with three goals.
Ulverstone’s strong first half was instrumental in defeating Smithton by 30 points.
Kicking with the aid of a strong wind, the Robins led by 16 points at the first change, which they increased to 28 points at half-time.
The Saints’ strong desire kept the margin steady in a low-scoring but entertaining second half.
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