Dennington’s wicketkeeper Stui Brown has had one of the best views to watch his team’s bowling attack in full-flight the past month.
The Dogs are on a three-match winning streak following Saturday’s victory against Port Fairy which comes after wins against West Warrnambool and Wesley-CBC.
Brown praised Dennington’s bowlers for the success which he said had been great to watch.
"That is sort of the beauty of it is that we have so many blokes we can throw the ball to, there are probably seven or eight blokes who can bowl for us," he said.
"And that depth is probably what has helped us get on this winning run.”
The keeper-batsman credited the whole bowling attack, but singled out a trio that he believed had impressed him the most.
Dustin Drew (nine) and English import Chris Cheslin (eight) had been the big wicket takers in the last three matches claiming a total of 17 scalps between them.
Brown said it was “the pom Cheslin” that he loved keeping to at the moment.
"Synthetic wasn't really his go, it (the ball) wasn't really hitting the gloves hard, but as soon as we got onto the turf he has just come into his element,” he said.
"He is really hitting the gloves hard and is bowling well.
"And Xavier Beks if you get him out on a turf wicket he just starts doing anything with it and it starts jagging left, right and centre and batsman don't really have any idea.
"Then you've got Drewy who just does the same thing week in and week out."
Brown said he also wanted to take his own game to a new level.
The Dogs’ gloveman revealed he had done additional work with the club’s former keeper Ryan O’Keefe in a bid to become the best he could.
"I have focused on trying to be a bit better up to the stumps and keeping my head over the ball," he said.
"And the other main focus was just having no byes, and I think we have managed that this year to not have a bye.
"It is just a case of keep watching it into the gloves and keeping the voice up behind there as well."