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Cervantes get another big win while COVID strikes North Midlands

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Dylan Allan was best on ground in Cervantes big win
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Cervantes crushed Lancelin in round 12 of the Central Midlands Coastal Football League to continue to be the best of the rest behind the unbeaten Moora.

After booting 25 goals in his previous two matches, former West Coast star Mark LeCras had a quiet week by his standards with just three goals. James Venturi and Isaac Devitt-Boyd both kicked four as the Sharks were comfortable winners in less-than-ideal conditions.

Amid wind and rain they kicked 15.20 (110) as the Pirates managed just a single goal.

Dylan Allan was voted best afield as the win puts them just four points behind Moora but they have a game in hand at this stage

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Dandaragan had an easy win over Jurien Bay 8.11 (59) to 1.0 (6) to get their fourth win of the season.

Anton Scotney kicked three as Todd Kenny won the best-on-ground award. Jurien Bay remain on just one win for the season.

In the North Midlands Football League Morawa missed out on a win against Mingenew as they kicked 4.16 to lose to the Bulldogs by five points.

They had five more scoring shots but missed a golden opportunity to break away from the teams below them. Coorow Latham joined them on 20 points after easing past Dongara, Nicholas Sgambelluri won the MVP award for Mingenew.

The Magpies were dominant kicking 12.13 (85) to 7.3 (45) to jump the Eagles and put themselves in finals contention as Aiden D’Souza was awarded the game ball.

The game between league leader Carnamah Perenjori and winless Three Springs had to be cancelled because of COVID.

In the Gascoyne Football League the unbeaten Ramblers went up against the Warriors, however, the results were not available in time for print.

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