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Hawks, Eagles soaring high

Prospect ended St Pats short-lived unbeaten streak in a thrilling eight-point win.
Nanjing Night Net

St Pats, who had won its first three games of the season, had six more scoring shots at half-time but only led by six points.

But the Hawks nailed a game-changing seven goals in thethird quarter to lead by 20 points at the last change.

The home side had came home with four goals in the last term, but Prospect held on 14.11 (95) to 12.15 (87).

Kaleb Thomas booted four goals to help set uphis side’ssecond win infour games.

St Pats’Mathew Williams snared four goals to take his season tally to 10 in three games.

Evandale had little trouble overcoming Perth during an emphatic 38-point victory.

Perth trailed by just eight points at the first change but was swept aside by the Eagles.

Evandale outscored their rivals 10 goals to four over the next two quarters to lead by 46 points.

The Eagles eventually won 15.12 (102) to 9.10 (64) at Morven Park.

TACKLE: Prospect sharpshooter Kaleb Thomas attempts to handpass off a tackle from St Pats opponent Luke Wheeldon in the Anzac Day game on Monday. Pictures: Phillip Biggs

PATS FOR ST PATS: Teammates Mathew Williams, Andrew Scolyer and Chris Hay share the credit during their NTCA division 2 game against Prospect.

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