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Mark Conway  July 12, 2011 12:30 PM

A FIVE-GOAL haul from Dallas Willsmore propelled Vic Country to a 38-point win over Western Australia in the NAB AFL Under-16 Championships at Blacktown International Sportspark on Tuesday.

The 190cm forward was among his team's best in round two of the champs in Sydney with Country midfielders James Tsitas and Paul Dreher also prominent.

For WA, Jack Martin kicked two goals to be his side's best with Beau Chatley and Laurence Grescos working hard all day.

In the corresponding fixture, South Australia claimed a 30-point win over Vic Metro.

South Australians Mitch Harvey and Callum Wilkie led the way with three goals apiece while Julian Soccio was best for Vic Metro.

The championships continue on Wednesday with Northern Territory to face Tasmania, NSW/ACT to clash with South Pacific and Queensland facing off against World.

Vic Country 15.8 (98) defeated Western Australia 9.6 (60)

Vic Country: Willsmore 5, Impey 2, Pearson 2, Bourke 2, Tsitas, Mangan, Taylor, McCartney
Western Australia: Martin 2, Acres 2, Dawson, Garstone, Loo, Abbott, Jones
Vic Country: Tsitas, Dreher, Willsmore, Leslie, Miller, Taylor
Western Australia: Martin, Chatley, Grescos, Kennedy, Sheed
South Australia 13.11 (89) defeated Vic Metro 9.5 (59)
South Australia: Harvey 3, Wilkie 3, Reynolds 3, Dunstan 2, Combe, Northeast
Vic Metro: Billings 2, Boyd 2, Christensen, Howes, McDonald, Lennon, Edwards
South Australia: Dunstan, Combe, Simister, Wilkie, Scharenburg, Wilson, Spina, Evans
Vic Metro: Soccio, Franetic, McDonald, Greiser, Kelly, Boyd