Bambill’s Aaron Hughes gets a handpass away against Werrimull. Pictures: Carmel ZacconeTHE Cardross Lions met the Gol Gol Hawks at the Gol Gol Football Oval this week in what turned out to be a fizzer for the Lions, who went down by 160 points.
The day did not go as well as new coach Robert Provan would have liked; the Lions would not have been expecting to win this week, even after coming down from the high of winning their first game for the season last round against the Roos.
While Provan’s expectations would have been moderate, he will be disappointed to see again the kind of scoreline gap that has haunted the Lions for the season, after presenting better things in 2015.
Nangiloc v MeringurTHE Nangiloc Demons took on the Meringur Roos at the Nangiloc Football Ground this week.
In an important match for both sides,Saturday was a past players and life members for the Demons, as it had been for the Roos the previous week.
The Roos were looking to reclaim some dignity after losing spectacularly to Cardross.
The Demons eventually took the day, but it was a match they had to earn against an in-form, wound-licking Roos side who had something to prove.
Bambill v WerrimullTHE Bambill Saints met the WerrimullMagpies at the home ground of the Saints this weekend.
And although things didn’t go to plan for the Magpies, the match ending in a disappointing 97-point loss, this was not a game from which the Magpies could take nothing.
There was a strong wind at Mildura Senior College, and the Magpies took the chance to kick with the wind from the first.
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