EDENHOPE-APSLEY began a trend of round-11 floggings, demoralising Noradjuha-Quantong by 19 goals.

But Saints coach Brain Cassidy did not enjoy the game, saying it was ugly to watch.

He said the Bombers’ possession game took the life out of the contest.

“Whenever they got the ball they would just kick it backwards and force us to man up,” he said. “The Bombers were trying to stop us kicking 30 goals, but it meant the game wasn’t great to watch.”

Cassidy said the unsavoury tactics did have a silver lining.

“At least we have had practise combating the possession game before we head into finals,” he said. “It was a great learning curve for the boys.”

The Saints were a force all day, especially in the last quarter when they kicked eight goals, while the Bombers did not trouble the scoreboard in the second half.

Cassidy said his team had few passengers.

“It was great to have an even spread of eight goal-kickers. It’s what we pride ourselves on,” he said. “Dave McLeish and Mathew Cranage were outstanding on the ball and James Dixon had a great game with six goals.”

In other games, Rupanyup 142 had a cruisy win over Pimpinio 54, Swifts 157 demolished last year’s grand finalist Harrow-Balmoral 17, Laharum 168 taught Natimuk 46 a lesson, and Kalkee 144 dominated Taylors Lake 65.

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