Dominant Tatyoon runs rampant in triumphant victory

AN EIGHT-goal haul to former Collingwood and Gold Coast star Josh Fraser has lifted Tatyoon to an elusive premiership.

The Hawks, who went down to Lismore-Derrinallum in last season’s Mininera and District decider, flexed their muscle to run out 19.7 (121) to 4.7 (31) winners over Wickliffe-Lake Bolac.

WITHIN REACH: Penshurst's Cameron Templeton stretches for a strong pack mark in the Bombers' hard fought victory over Hawkesdale-Macarthur.

WITHIN REACH: Penshurst's Cameron Templeton stretches for a strong pack mark in the Bombers' hard fought victory over Hawkesdale-Macarthur.

SEE THE BOMBERS FLY UP: Penshurst's reserves cashed in a strong performance to down Hawkesdale-Macarthur by 13 points.

SEE THE BOMBERS FLY UP: Penshurst's reserves cashed in a strong performance to down Hawkesdale-Macarthur by 13 points.

The 90-point thumping followed Tatyoon’s 70-point victory over the Magpies in the second semi-final.

FLYING HIGH: Tatyoon's senior side celebrate a rousing premiership victory over Wickliffe Lake Bolac. Pictures: Tracey Kruger

FLYING HIGH: Tatyoon's senior side celebrate a rousing premiership victory over Wickliffe Lake Bolac. Pictures: Tracey Kruger

Fraser, who is the head coach for Carlton affiliate Northern Blues, was aided by a strong showing from onballer Sean McDougall, who was best-on-ground with a host of disposals and a goal.

GRAB OF THE DAY: Glenthompson-Dunkeld's Matt Fry launches to take a stunning mark over the top of Penshurst players.

GRAB OF THE DAY: Glenthompson-Dunkeld's Matt Fry launches to take a stunning mark over the top of Penshurst players.

He was most potent in the second term, in which the Hawks piled on seven goals from eight scoring shots while Wickliffe-Lake Bolac managed just two.

Former Northern Blues high performance manager Matthew Pell also featured in the triumph, booting two goals and earning a nomination in the Hawks’ best players. Tatyoon’s dominance continued in the second half, with a further seven goals to two securing the win.

CHARGING TO VICTORY: Glenthompson-Dunkeld's under 16.5 side was determined to defeat Penshurst after the sides met in the second semi-final.

CHARGING TO VICTORY: Glenthompson-Dunkeld's under 16.5 side was determined to defeat Penshurst after the sides met in the second semi-final.

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