ONE quarter of dominant football was all that was needed for East Gambier to defeat Millicent in Round 13 of Western Border football at McLaughlin Park on Saturday.
Played in wet and windy conditions, the Bulldogs looked in danger of suffering a surprise defeat at the long break when they only led by two points, but they took full advantage of a strong wind in the third term to build up a match winning lead.
The young Saints struggled for three quarters, kicking all but two points of their total for the match in the second term when they had the wind.
At the end of the day they went down 9.17 to 4.4.
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