World News – UA – Eagles fly high to win 2020 State Super League Championship – SANFL


A sensational second quarter blitz propelled Woodville-West Torrens to a 39-point win over North Adelaide in the 2020 Statewide Super League Grand Final at Adelaide Oval

Despite trailing 15 points over the Roosters in the quarter, the Eagles produced a flurry of nine scoring goals to create a 50 point turnaround en route to a 35 point lead in the main change

With medalist Jack Oatey Jordan Foote scoring three of his four goals in the second stanza, the Eagles stacked up on 92 north of 10 to boost West Adelaide’s Grand Final record of 10 majors. in the second term of the 1983 championship

Overcoming an awkward start, Jade Sheedy’s men were simply irresistible during the match-definition period as they also won 15-5 clearances and, tellingly, 50s 23-2 in the establishment of the club’s fourth post of prime minister

Veteran Eagle Matt Goldsworthy shakes things up after the first change with a nice finish on the 45m race before Foote started his second after scoring a snap from teammate Sam Rowland

North’s lead fell to nine points when Kym Lebois hit his shot from the 25m after taking a chest mark from Keenan Ramsey’s beautiful pass at 50m

But then, two goals in as many minutes by fiery Eagle Angus Poole pushed his side ahead for the first time with 13 minutes into the second quarter

This sparked the start of an unanswered seven-goal streak at Woodville-West Torrens until North Adelaide’s Alex Barns converted his overhead mark eight minutes into the third quarter

There was much to celebrate for hardened Eagles fans, including an eye-catching solo run from impressive first-year midfielder Lachie McNeil, who picked up two rebounds before really finishing while Foote in. threw two more to get his four at the Pause major

And it’s fair to say the cut seemed headed for Oval Avenue when medalist Ken Farmer James Rowe put his hands up in celebration as soon as his snap left his boot 30 minutes after the long second quarter – time

The Eagles continued to dictate conditions after half-time, cleverly soaking up precious minutes while retaining possession that ended up going in their favor with 83 important assignments in the final siren

Last year’s Eagles Club champion Foote had plenty of help in the midfield after the quarter as Jimmy Toumpas (30 assignments, 10 marks and three clearances) ran hard while McNeil collected 23 assignments and nine marks to go with his impressive second term major

Defender Sam Rowland did a tremendous job keeping Northern Dangerman Lewis Hender under wraps while collecting 22 assignments while brothers Hayes and Joseph Sinor were also determined to play their first Premier League post with strong performance

Young defensive trio Lachie Jones, Jacob Wehr and Rhyan Mansell stood tall while throwing the ball well as captain Luke Thompson and former co-skipper Pat Giuffreda were also regular appearances in the back half

North’s Harrison Wigg started the game very strong in the first quarter before finishing with 29 assignments and eight tackles, while Billy Hartung also started the game brilliantly before scoring 23 assignments and six points

Vice-captain Andrew Moore fought hard in the center square to get 25 assignments, six tackles and six clearances, but there wasn’t much else positive for the Roosters, who were are seen refused their 15th SANFL Prime Minister post

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World News – UA – Eagles fly high to win 2020 State Super League Championship – SANFL


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