Just how good are Melbourne United?

"Bloody good." That was Townsville coach Shawn Dennis' response after what he saw from United on Wednesday night. With his team being on the receiving end of a 31 point demolition at the hands of Melbourne, he knows what he is talking about. Melbourne came to play and Townsville simply had no answers. With the game over at half time, Melbourne had the luxury of allowing the second unit to play out large parts of the third quarter and almost all of the last. Hakim Warrick played less than 6 minutes, not due to injury or lack of form, but because the game was well and truly in hand.

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