ROUND SEVENTEEN THE PENULTIMATE ROUND SEES US AT THE LAVINGTON SPORTS GROUND FOR THE MATCH BETWEEN THE PANTHERS COMING OFF A WIN AND FOURTH ON THE LADDER AND THE MAGPIES ALSO OFF A WIN AND SITTING ON TOP..THE SCOREBOARD SPONSOR IS JONES PLUMBING PLUS LAVINGTON.
Broadcast match saw Yarrawonga record a 57 point win over
Lavington surprised a few tipsters with a 13 point win over Albury.
Wang Rovers got back on the winners list with a 3 Goal win at Corowa.
The Hawks regained their spot in the 5 thanks to Wodonga beating
Myrtleford by 29 points.
Wangaratta won comfortably by 98 points against Wodonga Raiders.
Broadcast game on Saturday from 1pm is from Lavington when Wang
Magpies make the trip to take on the In Form Panthers.
Ladder Wangaratta 60
Lavington 36 101.70%
Wang Rovers 36 101.52%
Wodonga 24 90.26%
Corowa Rutherglen 24 81.50%
Wodonga Raiders 4 48.93%
North Albury 4 41.98%
Ovens and King
King Valley caused arguably the upset of the season with a
6 point win over Milawa who slipped to 5th on the Ladder.
Whorouly finished with 4 wins in a row with a huge win (77pts)
Greta recorded a comfortable win by 69 points over Moyhu who
Finished with the Wooden Spoon.
Bright had a terrific win at Bonnie Doon by 9 Goals. This meant the
Mountain Men moved to 2nd spot and Doon finished 3rd.
Benalla All Blacks finished minor Premiers with a big win over
Goorombat who finished 6th.
Riley Moran from Benalla All Blacks won the Baker Medal.
Finals start on Saturday with Bonnie Doon playing Goorombat.
Sunday Final is between Greta and Milawa.