Turvey Park enjoyed their first win in six weeks on Saturday.
The Bulldogs finished full of running to defeat Narrandera by 42 points, 15.11 (101) to 8.11 (59) at Narrandera Sportsground.
After taking on the top four teams over the past month, it was a morale-boosting win for a young Turvey Park team.
“It’s good to have a win,” Turvey Park coach Truman Carroll said.
“We just started to get into the rhythm really. The boys have been looking for four-quarter efforts all year and we were able to put that on the board today, which was fantastic.”
Narrandera led narrowly at quarter time but the Bulldogs kicked four goals to one in the second term to lead by 11 points at half-time.
They won the third quarter narrowly and then finished with a six-goal final term.
Matt Bailey, Jeremy Sykes and Carroll all led from the front for Turvey Park, while young Matt Howe had a good game.
Clint Shields kicked four goals for the Bulldogs.
Jack Grintell, Matt Dillon and Joe Grinter were the pick of Narrandera’s players.
Turvey Park will now play a crucial role in the final round, where they can potentially help Coolamon into fifth if they beat Leeton-Whitton.
Carroll was simply pleased to see the Bulldogs play well again.
“We were disappointed with last week against Mango,” he said.
“The three weeks before that, playing the top three teams, even though we weren’t winning I was happy with how we were playing.
“That’s why we were disappointed last week, with our effort and endeavour, so we really wanted to come out and put four quarters on the board and play to our capabilities.”