Darwin Football Association wrap | Yeoman continues unbeaten streak for 2021 season | Avocado

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Yeoman has emerged as the Darwin Football Association’s big improviser following his 44-point victory over South Burnie at Wivenhoe on Saturday. The Robins were winless in 2019, but so far they’ve hit every challenge this year to be undefeated and at the top of the ladder. Holding a 14-point lead in the final change, the Robins extended that lead into the final quarter to win 14.18 (102) to 9.4 (58) winners. Marcus Gee kicked four of Yeoman’s goals while Rohan Baldock kicked seven for the Hawks. Cuprona responded to last week’s beating with a fiery display against Yolla. The Dogs led in the first two breaks, but an excellent third quarter for the Demons finally put them in the lead with Yolla winning 10.15 (75) against 7.7 (49) for Cuprona. Korey Robinson kicked three of Yolla’s goals and Tim King three for the Bulldogs. Natone found the trip to Queenstown difficult, losing 22.19 (151) to 6.3 (39). Alex Dilger scored seven goals for the Crows and coach Toby Lutwyche four, while Jye Clayden was the Magpies’ only multiple goalscorer with two. Reigning Prime Minister Somerset bounced back from last week’s shock loss with a comfortable 82-point home win over Ridgley. The Roos’ goals were shared with Sam Poke, Jarrod Moore, Jordan Smith and Aaron Butler scoring three each, while Nathan Radford scoring three for the Saints. After three rounds Yeoman and Queenstown are undefeated, Somerset and Yolla are on two wins, Natone and South Burnie each have one win and Ridgley and Cuprona have yet to open their accounts.



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