Roos demolished by high flying Pies
A THIRTY two goal performance has seen Port Macquarie put on a 204 point drubbing of North Coffs in its AFL North Coast clash at Coffs Coast Sport and Leisure Park.
The 32-22 (220) - 2.4 (16) win from the Magpies was as one sided as a match could be with the visitors delivering one of the biggest wins in its history.
A lethargic Kangaroos outfit conceded 48 points in the first quarter alone setting the scene for what would be a tough day at the office for Mick Young's men.
Magpie's captain-coach Scott Abercrombie spoke of his team's new focus and determination to make 2013 a big season.
"The boys are really committed this year," Abercrombie said.
"We set ourselves a standard and so far we have managed to maintain that."
"We have put in an extra effort and I think it showed today."
Abercrombie praised the efforts of star player Ben Hennessey who was easily best on ground for the Magpies.
"Ben is a class act and he excelled out there today," he said.
"We are happy to have him our side because he is a quality player who can turn a match."
A number of absentees made it difficult for North Coffs with a handful of players forced to back up following the reserve grade and Under-18 games.
It won't get any easier for the Roos as they next week take on Sawtell at Richardson Park.
NORTH COFFS 1.0 2.2 2.2 2.4 (16)
PORT MACQUARIE 6.7 15.10 22.13 33.22 (220)
Goals - North Coffs: B Norton 2. Magpies: B Hennessey 8 S Todd 7 G Dean 4 D Kemp 4 M Lill 4 J Schmidt 2 T Kelly S Abercrombie K Lynch.
At Coffs Coast Sport and Leisure Park, Coffs Harbour.