Tasmania Devils' last Launceston NAB League game has ended in a 65-point defeat at the hands of Sandringham Dragons.
Matt McGuinness once again led the way for the Tasmanian side, showing off his potential draft credentials with 26-disposals in the 13.15 (93) to 4.4 (28) defeat.
Sam Collins and Oliver Davis were the next highest disposal-getters for the home side, picking up 21 and 19 respectively and fighting hard in the heavy defeat.
Scoring a major in each quarter, the Devils were overwhelmed by the Dragons' smooth ball movement throughout as Jackson Callow, Joseph Chaplin, Lachlan Gadomski and Oliver Sanders found the big sticks.
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Prior to older brother Ollie's UTAS Stadium appearance, Sandringham's Angus Hanrahan continued his impressive form for the second-placed Dragons, amassing 33 disposals and seven marks in the win.
The draft chance also led the side's goal-kicking fortunes, kicking three majors as team-mate Kyle Yorke snagged 2.5.
The Devils' campaign comes to an end next weekend at North Hobart Oval with a Geelong Falcons clash.
Sitting in thirteenth, the Falcons' 2019 season has featured a win and draw.
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