Roosters fail to fly in the wet

DEER Park reigned supreme in the wet and showed its home fans why it is a premiership force after a 54-point drubbing of West Footscray in Western Region Football League Division Two action.
A four-goal second-term burst from the Lions was the catalyst for the win, while the home side had four goalkickers for the match.
While West Footscray was competitive for parts of the match, it failed to have a major impact after quarter-time, booting only two goals.
Rooster Lucas McGhie played one of his best games for season, kicking two valuable goals.
The story was a lot different at Heatherdale Oval as flag favourite Glenorden obliterated a goalless Brunswick Power.
It was the third time this season Glenorden kicked 30 goals or more in a match, a remarkable feat given the weekend’s slippery conditions.
Albanvale braved the elements and extended its latest winning streak to four matches with a comfortable win over North Footscray at Walker Oval.
North Footscray has now dropped to seventh on the Division Two ladder and will need to get back on the winners’ list against Sunshine Heights this week.
In other WRFL action, Sunshine Heights was far too good for Central Altona and North Sunshine fell short against Gladstone Park.
Meanwhile, Braybrook defeated Wyndhamvale Falcons and the Coburg Districts kept the Western Magpies goalless.

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