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   Jul 28

Stawell’s best still to come: Thomas

HAUL: Brenton Potter’s six majors were impressive. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER
Nanjing Night Net

STAWELL interim coach Brad Thomas believes the Warriors can get better, despite recording a resounding 94-point win over Warrack Eagles on Saturday.

The Warriors managed 14 goals in the first half while restricting the Eagles tojust two.

Thomassaid he was pleased with the early stages, but said his sideneeded to builda more consistent performance.

“Our first half was good, but we’re still not playing four quarters of football,” he said.

“We dropped away from our structures.

“But Dave Morris and Luke Hendy and Jesse Eckelwere fantastic.

“It was the best I’ve seen those guys play to date.”

Brenton Potter snagged a game-high six goals, as Jae McGrath and Scott Adams snared two-apiece for the Eagles.

Jarred Martin and Ben Spicer were the most highly rated Eagles, while Kyle George continued his season of good form.

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