Roosters triumph

DOMINANT: A six-goal first quarter set up a big win for Central Whyalla over Roopena, with Scott Collison posting a five goal haul.

DOMINANT: A six-goal first quarter set up a big win for Central Whyalla over Roopena, with Scott Collison posting a five goal haul.

Central Whyalla took charge in a dominant display in their round six clash with Roopena.

The Roosters got off to a strong start, hitting the board with six goals while the Roos scored four behinds.

The Roos were able to get four goals on the board in the second to the Roosters' two.

A solid second half saw the Roosters run away with the game, kicking five goals in the third and eight in the final quarter while the Roos kicked a behind in the third and kicked three in the fourth.

Scott Collison was best in front of the goals for the Roosters and booted five while Dwayne Colson topped their best players list.

For the Roos, Jordan Henderson-Ewings scored six while Samuel Sullivan was best.

WINNING REIGN CONTINUES

The Dragon machine again continues it winning reign in League football, this time proving too strong for Weeroona Bay.

The Tigers were kept scoreless in the opening quarter while West Whyalla added three goals to the board.

The Dragons chipped away at the scoreboard all day, adding another two in the second to the Tigers' one.

Nine goals were added in the second half by the dominant Dragons while the Tigers put five goals on the board.

Best for West Whyalla was Billy-Joe Russell while Shannon Winders lead the goal scorers and kicked six goals.

For Weeroona Bay, Xavier Cubillo topped the best players list and Bevan Doolan kicked two.

Magnificent Magpies

The North Whyalla faithful were treated to a spectacular display as the Magpies had a goal-fest over South Whyalla.

It was an even start, as both the Magpies and Demons had a 20-point first quarter.

The Magpies broke away from the second, piling on nine goals to the Demons' one.

The Magpies peppered through goals, adding another five in the third and 11 in the final quarter while the Demons had a scoreless second half.

The Magpies' 28 goals were spread across the board with Adam Nicol topping the list with eight. Sam Venning was best.

For South, Adrian Lawson kicked two while best player honours went to Patrick Triglau-Phillips.