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The second quarter was much of the same story, however Central was able to compete a bit harder at the stoppages, giving key forward Scott Collison some time and space to kick its first goal.
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quarter by the Tigers.
Jarrad Dunbar offered a target up front to finish with three goals in his best A grade performance for the Tigers and John Davis was terrific across half back.
Edey was everywhere for the Bays, gaining numerous possessions in the midfield, then pushing forward to kick two goals and set up numerous team mates.
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For Central, Aaron Byles worked tirelessly all day and kicked two goals, youngster Hamish Quirk showed great spirit, along with Mark Turner and Marshall.
The Bays jumped out of the blocks in the first 10 minutes of the game, with the engine room of Adam Nicol, James Gruitt and Cameron Edey dominating the centre clearances.
Central captain Daniel Marshall was under siege in the backline, but showed his composure to propel the Roosters into attack as it kicked four goals heading into the main break.
Gruitt, Edey, Nicol, Josh Parker, who is returning to stellar form, Rowan Mitchell and Owen Yendall all dominated the centre square and clearances around the ground.
A 22 goal effort was the best game for Weeroona Bay all season and it seems to be playing its best football at the right time of the year.
Stuart Beaton flies high over Central Whyalla's Mark Turner to take a spectacular mark.
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The bigger bodied midfield of Weeroona Bay was just too much to handle for Central and it wasn't until the second half when Central moved Marshall into the midfield to stop the carnage, but Converse Mint Green High Tops the damage was already done.
An unrelenting display by Weeroona Bay saw it smash Central Whyalla by 89 points at Memorial Oval on Saturday afternoon.
Parker is back to his near best form and slotted five goals.
Gruitt's work rate was exceptional early on as he pushed forward to kick two first quarter goals.
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