Nirranda goal-kicking machine Gary Robinson and his team have found winning-form just in time for finals.
Robinson kicked five goals as the Blues took a convincing 14.22 (106) to 0.1 (1) win over Timboon Demons.
The Blues face Merrivale in a qualifying final on Saturday.
Blues co-coach Shane Threlfall was full of praise for his full-forward.
"He was terrific, competed really well and hit the scoreboard," he said.
"He presented well and created space for other players."
It was Robinson's highest tally since returning to the senior side.
He kicked two majors in the loss to Merrivale last week and didn't kick any against Kolora-Noorat the week before.
Robinson wasn't the only Blue to find form at Nirranda Recreation Reserve.
Threlfall said midfielder Isaac Templeton, who returned for the first time since round three, provided valuable on-field leadership.
"He was fantastic, got a lot of football and he gets players in the right positions," he said.
The co-mentor said Templeton would be important in finals.
"He certainly will make a difference in the way we set-up and control our structures," he said.
The Blues, who were all over the Dees in the first-half, led by 40-points at the main break.
"We were certainly really pleased with the effort and intensity we played at," Threlfall said.
"We got our defensive pressure back on track."
Last week, Threlfall said his team's handballs in close had been poor.
But the Blues turned that around against the Dees.
"Our handball receives, statistically, were the best they been in quite a while," Threlfall said.
The Blues didn't sustain any injuries from the match.
Threlfall said they will get Will Paulin back for the qualifying final against Merrivale.
But they will sweat on the fitness of Jonathon Benallack and forwards Aaron Searle and Jack Primmer.
Threlfall believes defence will be key to his side's success in finals.
"It all starts with our defensive pressure and our set-ups and then all our attacking play comes from that," he said.
A Timboon Demons player sustained a suspected torn medial ligament during the match.
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