Seagulls fall to clinical Tigers
Williamstown has suffered its second defeat of the season with a 51-point loss to Richmond on Sunday afternoon.
Facing a side full of AFL listed names the Seagulls couldn't stop a strong Tiger line-up.
The Seagull defense did all they could to stop the Tigers continual forays forward with Joel Tippett, Jack Charleston and Nick Sing doing a commendable job down back.
Brayden Monk continued a fantastic start to the season with his trademark run and carry a real highlight on a average day for the Gulls.
Mitch Hibberd continued to impress at his new club with 27 disposals and 6 tackles in a best afield performance.
The Tigers were able to use the wind to their advantage in the first term before Adam Marcon kicked the Seagulls first goal of the game early in the second quarter.
In the third, the Tigers took control of the game with clincal ball movement and control, Williamstown kicked three of the last four goals of the game but it was all too late.
Williamstown will now have the week off before taking on Coburg at Piranha Park on May 19.
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