Nirranda co-coach Shane Threlfall believes the Blues' recruits have made a great start to the Warrnambool and District league season.
Will Templeton switched to the Blues from Hampden league club Koroit and Jonathon Benallack made the move from Apollo Bay in the Colac and District league.
'We're really pleased with both our recruits," he said.
Nirranda, who kicked 22 goals to zero, enjoyed a 149-point win over Dennington on Saturday.
Threlfall said Benallack played well in the midfield and that Templeton was good off half-back.
Both players featured in the Blues' best players.
The Blues mentor said Daniel Craven was another player in good form.
"He's been really strong at the contest and is getting his hands on the footy in the midfield," he said.
Craven also managed to snag three goals in Nirranda's emphatic victory at Dennington Recreation Reserve.
But Craven was just one of 10 goal-kickers.
"We had a good spread hit the scoreboard," Threlfall said.
The co-coach also praised his back line who kept the Dogs scoreless.
"Our back six was sensational," he said.
He added that he was impressed by his side's defensive pressure around the ground.
Nirranda will host South Rovers in round three.
Threlfall said his side was focused on building up its fitness at training.
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