Kinglake stayed in touch by a goal or less until Seville kicked three goals in the final term to win by 22 points.
In the first Seville kicked 2.7 from 18 inside 50s to Kinglake’s 3.2 from nine inside 50s but the Lakers went into the first change with a one-point advantage and were still five points ahead at the main break.
“From there to there is about 70 metres … just kick the ball out of the middle,is that clear? said Seville coach Kane Shorne
Weather conditions improved in the third as both teams’ accuracy improved whilst Seville continued dominating centre clearances their inaccuracy in front of the big sticks cost them dearly and the game was anyone’s until the final quarter.
Roles reversed in the final term with Kinglake’s inaccuracy costing them as Seville’s accuracy improved to see Seville home by 22, leaving Kinglake one game clear (eighth) of Thornton-Eildon at the bottom of the ladder.
KINGLAKE 3.2 (20) 5.5 (35) 8.7 (55) 8.11 (59)
GOALS: Josh Nixon 2, Aron Burns 2, Mason McAllister, Joel Whitehead, Linden Young, Brendan Howlett.
BEST: Mason McAllister, Jaedin Poecher, Jake Orchard, Ben White, Jayden Butterworth, Jack Hamilton.
SEVILLE 2.7 (19) 3.12 (30) 7.18 (60) 10.21 (81)
GOALS: Joshua Neal 4, Mark Cecere 2, Corey Suban, James Cecere, Jack Larkin, Gareth Fraser.
BEST: Paul Bailey, Aaron Wind, Daniel Groen, Gareth. Fraser, Jarrod Digiandomenico, Joshua Neal.
-More to come.