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Lions too good for Turvey Park

GANMAIN-Grong Grong-Matong did their finals chances no harm with a percentage-boosting victory over Turvey Park on Saturday.
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The Lions were never troubled as they accounted for the Bulldogs 20.14 (134) to 4.5 (29) at Maher Oval.

Turvey Park kicked just one goal to half-time as the Lions opened up a 54-point lead.

The Bulldogs showed a bit more in attack after the break but GGGM continued to control the contest.

GGGM coach Jayden Kotzur was happy to come away with a 105-point win.

“I wouldn’t say we played great footy, it was a pretty scrappy affair,” he said.

“We wanted to go there and get a good win and that’s what we did.”

The Bulldogs were down to 17 men in the third term due to a yellow card.

The Lions were without James Lawton and Sam Hatty but hope to regain them for the clash against Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes on Sunday at Ganmain.



4.6 9.8 15.9 20.14


0.2 1.2 2.3 4.5

Goals: (GGGM) M White 4, C Steele 4, J Johnson 3, J Evans 3, J Walsh, A Watt, T Noble, J Kotzur, J Wooden, N McPherson; (Turvey Park) J Ingram, M Hort, B Bryce, J Brooks.

Best: (GGGM) C Steele, B Walsh, N McPherson, J Evans, L Walsh, M White; (Turvey Park) L McRae, D Campbell, N Flanigan, J Fletcher, C Grintell, J Brooks.

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