WARRNAMBOOL is celebrating its first win in five rounds after toppling Camperdown for the ninth consecutive time.
Blues coach John Cook said their goal kicking accuracy and evenness across the board were catalysts for the 16.10 (106) to 5.14 (44) victory at Reid Oval.
“One of our key goals was to make sure we kicked goals when we had a chance because we had opportunities against Koroit to be really strong at the end of the game and missed them,” he said.
“The other focus, as cliche as it is, was unless you everyone in the team contributes, you can’t win games.”
Cook praised defender Will Jacobs for negating Camperdown forward Jordan Bain, who kicked three goals.
“Will had the biggest job on the ground on Bain, who had kicked 16 or 17 goals in the last two games,” Cook said. “We emphasised the fact if he got easy ball and delivery it would make it near-impossible for Will.”