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Top-four Tigers flog cold Magpies

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WERRIBEE secured a top-four berth and the vital double chance after dismantling Collingwood in the final round of the VFL home-and-away season on Saturday.

The Tigers led at every change on their way to an 82-point victory, 20.16 (136) to 8.6 (54).

The win was highlighted by a blistering second half display, with Werribee piling on 11 goals to three.

The Tigers will meet minor premier Casey Scorpions in a qualifying final at Casey Fields on Sunday, with the winner earning a week's rest and ticket to the preliminary final. Werribee thumped the Scorpions by 78 points in Round 14.

Coach Scott West was pleased with the display against the Magpies after the last-quarter fadeout against Northern Blues the previous week.

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WERRIBEE'S bevy of tall forwards delayed Nathan Ablett's debut in the VFL team.

But on Saturday it was the Geelong premiership player who stood tallest, booting four goals in a best-afield display as the Tigers smashed top four co-tenant Casey Scorpions by 78 points Avalon Airport Oval.

Werribee Tigers tough it out

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WERRIBEE entered Saturday's VFL clash against Northern Blues with superior form and an experience edge.

By halftime, the Tigers held a five-goal advantage and most spectators at Avalon Airport Oval would have expected Scott West's side to claim a percentage-boosting victory.

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