NAFA A GRADE... Eagle Corey Smith had tagger Nick Lang hanging off him for most of the day. NAFA A GRADE... Eagle Corey Smith had tagger Nick Lang hanging off him for most of the day.

NAFA... One-way traffic for Broughton-Mundoora

REPORTER: Dennis Green

It was one-way traffic at Jamestown’s Victoria Park oval as fourth-placed Broughton-Mun­doora Eagles unleashed a 104-point thrashing of bottom Northern Areas Football Assoc­iation side Jamestown-Peterbor­ough Magpies on Saturday.

Brilliant work from Eagles half-forward flanker James Cant had him bag the opening goal just minutes into the game.

The young Pies replied through Henry Moore, who brought the house down when he toe-poked the ball through heavy traffic in the goal square.

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