Bouyant Bays will be far too good for the the struggling Dogs
By Jayden Hill

With a season filled with so much uncertainty and unpredictability, we are finally heading towards the halfway point of the minor round season. With round six consisting of competitive games and big blowouts, some coaches were on the winner’s list whilst others were left pulling their hair out. Glenelg’s Mark Stone is one coach breathing a sigh of relief after a good win against the Double Blues last Sunday. 

The Bays entered the round coming off a three-game losing streak, making a win against the Double Blues crucial if they were to remain in the finals hunt. The Bays started well, kicking three unanswered goals in the first quarter and recording ten marks to zero in the first nine minutes. Apart from being outscored by only five points 

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