WARNERS Bay player-coach Jimmy Newburn celebrated his 200th game for the Bulldogs in the Black Diamond AFL with an emphatic 102-point win over Lake Macquarie at Feighan Oval on Saturday.
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BLACK DIAMOND: Cardiff v Terrigal Avoca. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

BLACK DIAMOND: Cardiff v Terrigal Avoca. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

BLACK DIAMOND: Cardiff v Terrigal Avoca. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

BLACK DIAMOND: Cardiff v Terrigal Avoca. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

BLACK DIAMOND: Cardiff v Terrigal Avoca. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

BLACK DIAMOND: Cardiff v Terrigal Avoca. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

BLACK DIAMOND: Cardiff v Terrigal Avoca. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

Jake Hayes, with six goals, and Jake Roach (five) were the stars for the Bulldogs who gained revenge for their shock defeat to the Dockers last month winning 25.13- 163 to 9.7-61.

‘‘It was a nice way to celebrate the 200,’’ Newburn said.

‘‘It doesn’t seem like 10 years since I came across from league.

‘‘Jake Hayes was strong and Jake Roach also had a good game at full forward. The other one was Mick Prendegrast. It was his first grade debut and only fifth game of AFL and he was outstanding.

‘‘We controlled the game from the outset and brought it home with nine goals in the final quarter.’’

Elsewhere, Premiers Terrigal-Avoca flexed their muscles in a seven-goal second quarter to set up a resounding 79-point win over Cardiff at No.1 Sportsground.

Cardiff trailed by just eight points, down 27-19, at the first break.

But they were no match for the visitors, who kicked 7.3 to just the solitary goal to go to the main break in command 11.6-72 to 4.1-25.

Josh Polglase led the way with five goals for the Panthers. Peter van Dam and Brendan Harper kicked four each.

Michael Ryan and Brendan Wold kicked three majors each for the Hawks.

At Adelaide St Oval, Hugh Wells kicked six goals to steer Killarney Vale to an emphatic win over Singleton 18.11-119 to 6.10-46.