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FOUR quick, emphatic goals in succession effectively buried North Ballarat Roosters yesterday.
All it took was a lapse, less than eight minutes long, for the Essendon-listed Bendigo to take control and set up a 26-point win at Eureka Stadium.

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Reported by Melanie Whelan
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A FOCUSED North Ballarat claimed a pivotal seven-point win over Williamstown in the VFL at Burbank Oval yesterday.
This lifts the Selkirk Roosters above the Seagulls and into the top eight for the first time since the opening round.

It also gives North Ballarat five wins in its past six games after being one in six.

Roosters season lives on

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Reported by Melanie Whelan
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EFFECTIVELY, North Ballarat Roosters had to win. No alternative.
So much was at stake – primarily to keep the Roosters’ season alive, but also to bounce back from a shocker at Box Hill a fortnight ago, and to fittingly honour captain Marc Greig in his 200th senior Victorian Football League match.

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