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Drysdale’s Colts Division 3 sits on top of the ladder with 12 wins.
On Saturday the young Hawks demolished Queenscliff by 47 points with Niall Gee best afield. Jack Terry, Peter Kilpatrick and Jake LeMaistre (three goals) were also superb.
The Hawks completely obliterated Ocean Grove the week before to the tune of 102 points. Darcy Mullen was the star with seven goals.
Drysdale faces Bannockburn (fifth) this Sunday and finishes off the home-and-away season against Modewarre/Grovedale (fourth) and Geelong West Giants (eighth).

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