Bulldogs bounce back to make it three in a row

The victorious Wodonga under-14 squad.WODONGA avenged its shock second semi-final loss with a devastating 59-point hiding of rivals Wodonga Raiders in a one-sided under-14 division one grand final at Bunton Park yesterday.
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The Bulldogs bounced back brilliantly from their only defeat of the season by holding their opponents goalless until the third quarter on the way to winning 10.8 (68) to 1.2 (8).

It was the club’s third successive premiership in the age division.

Ruck-rover Nick McCormack led the onslaught by picking up a swag of possessions with Jed Glass and Harry Jones also doing plenty of damage through the middle.

Jase Brown patrolled the defensive zone well while Mitch White provided a focal point in attack.

Coach Matt Lewin said Wodonga was determined to finish the season on a high note.

“They boys were good,” Lewin said.

“They just came switched on to play and put in their best performance of the year.

“There was only two scoring shots the difference during the year when the teams played and Wodonga Raiders took their chances against us in the semi-final so there wasn’t much in it all season.

“I was just really happy with the way they all went about it today.

“We didn’t have a passenger.”

Wodonga set up the win with four unanswered goals in the opening quarter with Jarrod Lewin snaring the opening two to put the Bulldogs on the road to victory.

Although the Raiders lacked spark around the centre, defender Riley Kennett was one of several players to turn in a good performance opposed to promising Wodonga forward Hudson Garoni.

Cameron Fowler and Floyd Bollinghaus also served the Raiders well.

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