It's not often Nirranda is coming off a loss.
But the ladder-leading Blues shook off the previous round's defeat to Panmure in style, knocking off an injury-riddled Dennington by 93 points, 14.22 (106) to 2.1 (13).
The Blues pulled away after quarter time, booting 13 goals to two in the remaining three quarters.
"We probably were a little bit flat in the first term to be honest, but the boys managed to get the game going our way in the end," Blues coach Brayden Harkness said.
"But I thought we played some pretty good footy across the afternoon."
With a swag of changes to the side from the defeat against Panmure and the coach himself still nursing a minor injury, Harkness said he was pleased to see his group step up and get the job done with the likes of Dylan Philp, Max Primmer and Dylan Willsher all vital.
Ethan Harvey-Cleary's impressive season continued with two majors.
Harkness confirmed there was likely to be a host of senior players available for next week's highly-anticipated clash against Kolora-Noorat.
For the Dogs, skipper Tom Fitzgerald battled hard in game 100, emerging gun Tom Lee stood tall and Tom Noonan also played a strong game.
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