Bungaree finishes over top of Clunes

There was just 12 points between Bungaree and Clunes at three quarter-time before the Demons stormed away in the final term.

Bungaree kicked 7.5 to just two goals to deliver a 47-point win and stay firmly in the mix of top four sides.

Coach Heath Pyke said the message at the last change was simple, continue to stick to what has worked for it in order to get the game on its terms.

“Stick to what we know works,” Pyke said.

“On any given day if you don’t turn up near your best football, irrelevant of ladder position, there can be a boilover.”

Stick to what we know works. On any given day if you don’t turn up near your best football, irrelevant of ladder position, there can be a boilover.

- Bungaree coach Heath Pyke

Bungaree is well-placed as it enters the bye, third on the ladder with seven wins from nine outings.

David Benson

David Benson