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The Mundaring Roos did not let up against the Gidgegannup Bulldogs over the weekend.

Roos smash Bulldogs in round 2 knockout

By Brian Pallister

THE Roo’s jumped out of the blocks to have four goals on the board in the first ten minutes before Gidgegannup could convert.

The followers were on song giving the forwards plenty of feed.

Austin Thomas, Tyson Hamling and Michael Italiano were proving a handful.

Tye Kooiman battled in the ruck against Mathew O’Keefe and Kyle Tenardi.

The Roo’s went into the first break with a thirty eight point lead.

Mundaring continued after the break without losing any momentum.

As the Bulldogs kicked a goal the Roo’s replied with multiple.

Kyle Tenardi kicked a long range goal while on the move from wide on the boundary.

Daniel Thomas attacked the ball, when he couldn’t convert his marks he punched the ball forward either along the ground or in the air.

Dylan O’Loghlen continues to be a strength at fullback.

Sam Pedley-Mulcahy and Jarrad Young ran hard to the contests to help their Bulldogs team mates.

Dylan Cahill showed his value around the centre with some telling clearances.

Mundaring held a commanding sixty six point lead at the long break.

The Bulldogs made several positional changes.

Cam Hore went into the ruck with stints at centre half back, Declan Whife battled deep in defense while Jy Digney presented on the wing.

Gidgegannup tried hard right until the final siren, winning the last quarter, Tim Tanner snapped a goal from the wrong pocket for a left footer, then added another immediately after.

Final score, Mundaring 22-14-146, Gidgegannup 11-7-73.

In other results, Chidlow defeated Mt Helena 110 to 67,  Pickering Brook took the win against Warwick Greenwood 157 to 38 and Bullsbrook defeated Swan View 110 to 54.

In this weekend’s Anzac round, Gidgegannup plays Bullsbrook Saturday, Pickering Brook plays Chidlow on Sunday and Mt Helena plays Swan View also Sunday.

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