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Kicking accuracy proves costly

DANGEROUS: Callum Hobbs booted four goals for Harrow-Balmoral.
Nanjing Night Net

HARROW-BALMORAL wastoo strong for Natimuk United on Saturday and came away with a 41-point win.

A costly fourth quarter saw the Rams only boot two majors, compared with the Roos’ five.

The final score was 15.8 (98) to 7.15 (57).

Natimuk United coach Simon Brearley said it was not an attractive game from either side.

“We were super competitive though – the first time we played them, they beat us by 20 goals, this time around we were still in it at three-quarter time,” he said.

“We only had one less scoring shot than them, so if we didn’t waste opportunities in front of goals, it might have been closer.”

Brearley said there were 21 contributors to the side.

“Everyone played well,” he said.“Matt Lovel was sensational at centre half back -he has been great there all year.”

Callum Hobbs and Tyson Hogan performed well for the Roos.

Hobbs and Timothy Crick kicked four goals each.

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