BILLABONG Crows have snapped a long-standing hoodoo against Jindera with an impressive 83-point victory over last year's grand finalists.
It was the resurgent Crows first victory over Jindera after 15 previous unsuccessful attempts.
The 15.17 (107) to 3.8 (26) win leaves the Crows second on the ladder with the highest percentage in the competition.
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Coach Al Austin, who resembled a mummy with his head heavily bandaged, said the Crows played some of their best footy of the season in the second-half.
"We were a bit sluggish in the opening-half but clicked into overdrive after that," Austin said.
"We moved the ball really well and were a lot smarter when going forward.
"It was pleasing to finally get a win against Jindera who we have struggled against for a long time.
"I got cut above my eyebrow and I've been copping a bit from the boys about the ridiculous tape job."
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