Robins had no answer to red-hot Dragons
Updated 11:21am Wednesday 11th December 2013 in Sport
West Dragons 9
Pennar Robins 1
WEST Dragons were too strong in every department for Pennar Robins, who slumped to their heaviest defeat of the season.
Dragons’ manager Byron Phillips said: “We really played well and poor old Robins had a bad day. The strikers will get the praise for scoring, but the whole team played well and that’s what pleased me.”
The Dragons led 4-0 at half time and they scored five further goals in the second half with Nathan Paterson scoring the visitors’ solitary goal.
Leading the goal rush for the Dragons was Bradley Barrett who scored four; Jonny Horgan claimed a hat-trick and Scott Crawford grabbed a brace to complete the scoring.
West Dragons: Andy Mathias, Ewan Cunningham, Ian Harries, Lee Palmer, Niall Kinsella, Gethin Roberts, Simon Ellis, Joe Brill, Jonny Horgan, Scott Crawford, Bradley Barrett. Subs: Scott Delaney, Bradley Hewitt, Kern Cunningham.
Pennar Robins: Michael Murray, Jimmy Walker, Dean Driscoll, Sam Southcott, Luke Phillips, Mikey Powell, Adam Cole, Adam John, Patrick McDonagh, Nathan Patterson, Phil Thompson. Subs: Liam Finnegan, Ben Pannell.
Referee: Angus Scourfield.
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