Ainslie get one back on rivals Eastlake in 16 Scoreboard pressure proved to be too much for an Eastlake side that fell behind early in the first half, after allowing Ainslie to slot six goals in the opening quarter.
It wasn't until midway through the second period that Eastlake found its first goal, but the damage was already done with Ainslie coach Chris Rourke more than happy for his team to lead from the front. With the top four getting more competitive as each round passes, Rourke was thrilled by the result and said he would take every win he gets in "cold July". "I was really pleased with our first half," Rourke said. "For once we put on a bit of scoreboard pressure and kicked really well in the first quarter. "Over the last couple of weeks our entries have been good but we just haven't finished our work, and today was better." Eastlake managed to produce the form that had them touted as premiership contenders, holding the Tricolours to just one goal in the third quarter and competed until the final siren. "To Eastlake's credit they out played us in the second half," Rourke said. "They didn't stop competing, we just got away to a good start and let them try coach factory outlet online store and catch up." Reigning premiers Ainslie were clinical in the first quarter with their midfield moving the ball up field with ease into the hands of their tall forwards, who were able to finish off most chances on the day. Incomplete passes and some missed opportunities hurt Eastlake who rarely found themselves up Ainslie's end of the field in the first half. Ainslie forward Henry Delves was part of the reason behind Ainslie's success, securing four goals in the final quarter to seal the win for the Tricolours. "We really stuck it to them and it was good fun out there," Delves said. "Pressure was coach outlet locations university something lacking first time around but the boys led from the front and really found it though the middle and up the guts. "We are working on stringing consecutive games of high pressure footy together and that will be a pretty key indicator that we are playing good footy." While Eastlake faltered, another top four battle across town went down to the wire with Belconnen escaping with a gritty 13 point win over the Queanbeyan Tigers. The Magpies led at every change and picked up a 9.16 (70) to 8.9 (57) win that leaves them in top spot on the ladder. The Tuggeranong Hawks clinched their second victory of the season over winless Gungahlin in a comfortable 13.9 (87) to 6.9 (45) win. AT A GLANCE AFL Canberra First Grade EASTLAKE DEMONS 0.4 1.4 2.7 4.8 (32) AINSLIETRICOLOURS6.2 11.4 12.6 16.9 (105) Demons Goal Kickers: J. Johnson, M. Kendrick, H. Bryant, M. Peterson. Demons Best Players: K. Mahon, M. McCormack, J. Elwin, Z. Stibbard, S. Burge, D. Ryall BELCONNEN MAGPIES 3.2 4.7 6.10 9.16 (70) QUEANBEYAN TIGERS 2.3 4.5 5.7 8.9 (57) Magpies Goal Kickers: D. Bunyan cheap coach bags online 3, M. Kelly 2, R. Turnbull, C. York, N. Kelly, S. Coate. Magpies Best Players: D. Bunyan, J. Bennett, S. Coate, B. Walker, R. Turnbull, M. Kelly TigersGoal Kickers: M. Lawrence 2, J. Kirkwood coach outlet sale quest 2, T. Clowry, A. Page, S. Lancaster, B. Lagana. Tigers Best Players: J. Bryce, A. Lo Pilato, A. McCormick, J.
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