Dragons in top form over South

DRAGONS DOMINATE: West Whyalla's Robert Brown tries to dispose of the ball in Saturday's clash with South.

DRAGONS DOMINATE: West Whyalla's Robert Brown tries to dispose of the ball in Saturday's clash with South.

West Whyalla delivered a crushing blow to South Whyalla, as the Dragons continue their stranglehold on top spot on the ladder.

The Dragons had a strong start to the round 13 clash with a five-goal opening quarter while the Demons were kept scoreless.

In the second quarter, the Dragons added another four goals to the board while the Demons were again goal-less but kicked two behinds. The Dragons held a 61-point lead at the long break.

A dominant second half saw the Dragons pile on eight goals in the third quarter whiles the Demons were kept scoreless. The final quarter saw the Dragons add another five goals to the board to the Demons' two behinds.

Shannon Winders topped the goal scorers list for West and booted four goals. Winder was also best for the Dragons. For South, Benjamin Longin topped their best players list.

Roosters red-hot

Central Whyalla was slow to burst out of the gates against Weeroona Bay.

The Tigers got off to the better start of the two, with a two-goal opening quarter while the Roosters managed three behinds.

The Tigers' momentum came crashing down from here on. The Roosters responded in the second quarter with six goals while the Tigers were kept scoreless.

The Roosters added another to the board in the third to the Roosters' one.

An eight-goal final quarter saw the Roosters run riot over the Tigers who were scoreless in the fourth.

Brendon Colson booted seven goals for Central while also picking up best player honours.

For Weeroona Bay, Lee Ringland kicked two and Bradley Yendall was best.

Magpies maul Roos

Continuing with the weekend's round of drubbings, North Whyalla had an emphatic 26-goal victory over Roopena.

The Magpies were in hot form from the very start with an eight-goal opening quarter to the Roos' one. Another eight goals were added by the Magpies in the second as the Roos kicked two.

A superb second half saw the Magpies almost double their score.

Daniel Collision booted seven goals for North while best was Josh Trezise.

For Roopena, best was Daniel Haak while Nathan Wright, Matthew Golding, John Zbierski, Luke Karssen kicked one each.