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  • Bloods run rampant

    TERANG Mortlake proved too strong for Camperdown in last Saturday’s clash at Leura Oval.

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  • Eagles too strong for Bloods

    TERANG Mortlake faced off against North Warrnambool at Mortlake’s D.C. Farran Reserve in a battle between fifth and eighth.

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  • Consistency needed by Bloods

    TERANG Mortlake needs to find a consistent four quarter effort to match it with the top sides according to coach Michael Sargeant in the wake of his side’s 40-point loss to Cobden on the weekend.

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  • Bloods succumb to Saints

    A DEVASTATING hour of football saw Terang Mortlake destroyed by Koroit to the tune of 91 points on the weekend.

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  • Bloods collect road win

    TERANG Mortlake is back on the winners’ list and percentage outside the five after defeating Warrnambool by three goals at Reid Oval on Saturday.

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  • Bloods toppled by Hamilton

    TERANG Mortlake coach Michael Sargeant said there are no excuses for his side’s disappointing lapses in games, following the Bloods’ second half capitulation against Hamilton Kangaroos.

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  • Hampden league triumphs

    HAMPDEN Football Netball League is back in the top 10 Victorian leagues after a Jonathan Brown coached Bottle Greens outfit ran over the top of their opponents to win by 18 points on Saturday.

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  • Bloods upstage Port Fairy

    TERANG Mortlake is building a reputation as giant killers this season after slaying premiership favourites Port Fairy in a stunning eight-point win at home.

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  • Bloods fall to unbeaten South

    COSTLY turnovers and missed opportunities are the areas Terang Mortlake coach Michael Sargeant will be looking to address next week against Port Fairy after the Bloods went down to South Warrnambool by nine goals on the weekend.

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  • Rebels face the sting of Dandenong

    AN EFFICIENT first quarter by the Dandenong Stingrays forced Greater Western Victoria Rebels onto the back foot during the Rebels’ 20-point loss on the weekend.

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