TONNY’S TYLER SEC­ONDS BEST

Kyabram Free Press - - SPORT -

Ton­gala’s James Tyler was the co-win­ner of the re­serves best and fairest.

James Tyler, James Wat­son, Jay­den Vick Blues and cruised to a 48-point win after and Darcy Maloney bat­tled hard for the break­ing clear with a seven-goals-to-two Blues but it was one-way traf­fic against the sec­ond quar­ter. com­pe­ti­tion pacesetter. TON­GALA seniors also came up well short Michael Pryde, coach Jor­dan Souter and in a bid to fin­ish their sea­son on a win­ning Bryce Den­ham con­tin­ued their fine sea­sons note. for the Blues with sup­port from Lachy

With its place in the fi­nals at stake, Hip­well, Corey Nex­hip and Luke Woolan Echuca United was too com­mit­ted for the but United was clearly on a mis­sion.

Sam Cipri­ani col­lected the Un­der 17 league goal­kick­ing award

Macken­zie Cow­ley won the Un­der 17 league best and fairest.

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