South fine-tunes skills for upcoming finals

TOUGH CONTEST: East Gambier's Tully Balshaw contests a high ball against South Gambier's Bronson Saffin and Brad Bryant.  
Pictures: FRANK MONGER

TOUGH CONTEST: East Gambier's Tully Balshaw contests a high ball against South Gambier's Bronson Saffin and Brad Bryant. Pictures: FRANK MONGER

SOUTH Gambier has returned to the top of the Western Border football ladder in style after the completion of the split Round 14.

The Demons hosted East Gambier at Blue Lake Sports Park and inflicted a demoralising 77-point defeat on the hapless Bulldogs.

The victory saw the Demons regain their lead in the competition after North Gambier briefly claimed top position last week in the first game of the split round.

South now sits close to 34pc ahead of the Tigers, although it will have little impact on the make-up of the finals series.

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