NORWOOD Reserves bounced back on Friday night to defeat Centrals by 22-points at the Parade.
The Redlegs trailed by as much as 7-points midway through the final term before kicking the final four goals of the match to move up to second on the ladder.
Former Roo Brad McKenzie starred with 33 disposals, 11 marks and five tackles, while speedster Anthony Wilson also impressed gathering 15 touches and booting two goals.
Darcy Pisani also played well gathering 27 disposals while Zac Richards continues to mount a case for selection finishing the match with 23 disposals and five tackles.
Another player who is gaining some continuity in his footy is former Dog Caleb Edmead. Edmead got through the match unscathed kicking 2.3 in his second match back from a hamstring injury.
The Reserves for the majority of the match played really well without a recognised ruckman which was pleasing for Coach Gavin Hughes.
The Reserves now have a rest before facing Glenelg in Round 9 in two weeks’ time.
Norwood FC: 3.2 4.3 6.5 13.11 (89)
Centrals: 1.6 5.9 7.12 9.13 (67)
Goalkickers: K. Agius 2, H. Viney 2, A. Wilson 2, C. Edmead 2, C. Olsson, L. Wilson, I. Saywell, J. Beilby, L. Charlton
Best: N. Pedro, B. McKenzie, D. Pisani, R. Atkinson, A. Giannini, I. Saywell