CMCFL round 6: Jurien Bay dominate Moora in 206-point win, Dandaragan hand Cervantes another 80-point loss

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It was a blowout between the two sides on in round 6.
Camera IconIt was a blowout between the two sides on in round 6. Credit: Images by Kel/Images by Kel

Reigning premiers Jurien Bay demolished Moora in a 34.19 (223) to 2.5 (17) blowout, with the Bulldogs running up their highest score in a game for more than a decade.

It was a bloodbath at Jurien Shire Oval on Saturday ­as the Bulldogs dominated the Mavericks through an onslaught of goals.

Jurien Bay kicked eight straight goals in the opening term while Moora managed just three behinds.

The match only became more lopsided it went on, with the Bulldogs holding a 107-point lead heading into half-time.

The biggest onslaught came in the final period, with Jurien Bay piling on 10 goals to seal the monster 206-point win over Moora.

Jurien Bay saw 14 of their 22 players hit the scoreboard, with Michael Wood kicking a bag of 10 goals in just his second game for the Bulldogs.

Joining Wood on the stat sheet was Austin Britza with four goals, along with Jordan and Zac Bestry each with three.

Over in Cervantes, the Tiger Sharks went down by more than 80 points for the second week in a row, as they fell 21.21 (147) to 9.1 (65) at the hands of the Saints.

It is an unusual sight for Cervantes, who are typically one of the more dominant clubs in the Central Midlands Coast Football League, winning five of the past eight premierships.

However, they see themselves sitting fourth on the ladder after consecutive big losses.

Dandaragan managed to limit Cervantes’ scoring while piling on goals on their own, with a five-goal third term and eight-goal final period.

The Tiger Sharks struggled to keep up, putting up just three goals in each of the final two quarters.

Jamie Paul slotted five goals in the win for Dandaragan and was assisted by three from Campbell Putland, who sits as the leading goal-kicker with 16 on the season.

Cervantes will be looking to get back in the winner’s column in round seven when they host Lancelin Ledge Point while over at Dandaragan, a grand final rematch has the Saints facing the Bulldogs with both teams coming off hot wins.

The Mavericks had a day to forget following the blowout and will enjoy the bye next week to regroup.

In the reserves, Cervantes got up 8.11 (59) to 4.6 (30) over Dandaragan, while Moora held on for a gutsy 8.9 (57) to 8.7 (55) win over Jurien Bay.

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